- The 34-year-old was part of a brutal head clash with St George Illawarra star Blake Lawrie in July, leaving him with seven facial fractures that needed 20 screws to fix.
- A Victorian man is furious after being fined $1,677 for eating a McDonald's takeaway meal in his car by a river.
- A military aircraft has crashed in Imperial County in southwestern California. The aircraft which has all but disintegrated is thought to have came from nearby Naval Air Facility El Centro.
- Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said it is 'only a matter of time' before comprehensive lockdown measures are introduced in the north-west city.
- Leaders in both Australia and New Zealand have been working hard to carve out a plan to allow residents to travel between both nations without having to quarantine.
- The public inquiry into the Post Office IT scandal, which saw staff wrongly sacked, forced to repay money or wrongfully convicted, was plunged into chaos yesterday.
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- Eric Trump made the slip during a Fox & Friends appearance on Tuesday while talking about a lesbian New Yorker who supports his father's re-election campaign.
- Joe Biden mocked President Donald Trump campaign's claims that the Democrat will use an earpiece and performance enhancing drugs at Tuesday night's debate.
- Under an extraordinary scheme, the Home Office would ship migrants 4,000 miles from the UK to Ascension Island, a British overseas protectorate.
- Body language expert Judi James has given her interpretation of the subtle signals Meghan Markle displayed during her Most Powerful Women Summit interview with Fortune editor Ellen McGirt
- Paul Neary, 47, was convicted in 2016 of possessing indecent images of children (Picture: Liverpool Echo)Police are trying to stop a convicted paedophile from working as an ice cream man, stating that it is ‘not an appropriate job for a registered sex offender’.Paul Neary, 47, was given a suspended jail sentence in 2016 for possessing indecent images of children, and was made to sign the Sex Offenders Register and cooperate with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO).Officers then dis
- Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's undaunted by campaigning for tax hikes as the opposition pledges tax cuts as voting begins in New Zealand's election.
- Rudiger is yet to feature this season (Picture: Getty Images)Frank Lampard will be losing his ‘best defender’ if the Chelsea boss lets Antonio Rudiger leave the club in this transfer window, warns Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkThe centre-back was absent from the Blues squad for a third successive game as Lampard’s side crashed out of the Carabao Cup on penalties against Spurs on Tuesday night.The 27-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and after the arrival of
- The girl was riding her bike along Weeks Avenue, Harkness, outer-west Melbourne, at 9.20am on Tuesday.
- Late Australian cricket lengend Dean Jones was about to risk it all in 1999, by putting up $10million to bring David Beckham and Manchester United to Australia, but Elton John saved him from ruin.
- The projection pens, which were sold at Typo, were recalled by Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on Wednesday.
- The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said the advert claiming a Quorn rice pot helped cut a consumer's carbon footprint was likely to mislead customers.
- Alleged gunman Louis De Zoysa, 23, remains in a critical condition after apparently blasting himself during a tussle with officers after Sgt Ratana was hit in the heart in the Croydon police station.
- Victoria Police detectives have released footage of the bizarre crime captured on CCTV in inner-city Melbourne last month in the hope of tracking down the thief and his accomplice.
- Grant Shapps hopes hydrogen trains will start taking paying passengers in 2023. The trains do not emit harmful gases, instead relying on hydrogen and oxygen.
- The prime minister defended her hard-line lockdown because it ensured her population was kept 'safe' during the health crisis.
- Royal Mail said the boxes in London, Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast have been transformed as part of Black History Month in October.
- Breast Cancer Now warns that 1million women have missed vital breast cancer screenings during lockdown and with 8,600 living with the illness undetected, experts fear a huge death toll
- The NSPCC has set six tests that the Online Harms Bill, expected in the coming weeks, needs to pass to create a 'world-leading' system to protect children
- Research is warning 700,000 people will plunge into poverty if the £20-a-week rise ends as planned in April next year
- Victoria has recorded 13 new cases of coronavirus and four deaths amid growing pressure for Premier Daniel Andrews to end lockdown.
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