- via metro.co.ukParis Fury opened up about Tyson Fury’s mental health journey (Picture: REX)Paris Fury says husband Tyson Fury’s mental health struggles have pushed them both ‘to breaking point’.She has stood by the boxer on his mental health journey, which she says has helped her learn about depression.But it wasn’t easy for her having to ‘pick up the pieces’ on her own while also raising their children.Speaking on Tuesday’s Loose Women, Paris, 30, said: ‘I
- New South Wales has recorded its fourth day with zero community transmission.
- Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has said people who become infected while breaking COVID restrictions can avoid being fined by helping contact tracers.
- The worker, in his 70s, was squashed at a site on Wonbobbie Rd in Tenandra, central west New South Wales at about 5.30pm on Monday.
- An Australian deportee has been caught trying to escape hotel quarantine after using bed sheets as a rope to climb out the window.
- Leaving students at Merewether High School in Newcastle, north of Sydney, were challenged to send the girl - who was abused from the age of four to 10 - a message 'defending paedophiles'.
- Department of Premier and Cabinet secretary Chris Eccles, Department of Health and Human Services secretary Kym Peake and Department of Jobs secretary Simon Phemister were mentioned
- Manchester magistrates court heard that border officials who stopped Ismail Abedi entering the UK in 2015 found a phone with extremist images on it.
- The trio were one of ten division one prize winners in Saturday's TattsLotto draw. One of the brothers - from Richmond, Victoria - revealed the group played the same numbers every week.
- Thunderstorms are brewing across most of the country with a low pressure trough triggering windy weather and showers throughout Australia's east coast.
- via mirror.co.ukSergeant Matiu Ratana was shot when preparing to search a suspect in a police station in Croydon on Friday. Louis De Zoysa, 23, is understood to have shot himself in the incident
- 'Could be worse, Fingers... we could be university freshers'
- Pubs and clubs in NSW are hoping to be allowed to have one patron per two square metres instead of four square metres.
- The rapid coronavirus tests, which will be read by a health worker, will look like a pregnancy test, with two blue lines displayed for positive.
- Beth Cooper-Wares, from northern NSW, was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type III - a form of brittle bone disease which means simple tasks like walking can leave her with broken bones.
- Insiders claim that the Queen is 'furious' that a revolt by backroom staff at Sandringham could be forced to spend holidays at Windsor for first time in 33 years.
- The meeting will be held at 5.00 pm (2100 GMT), diplomats said. Belgium formally requested the session, after France and Germany had led a push for it to be placed on the agenda.
- via metro.co.ukHelen played Ross’s doomed second wife Emily (Picture: Rex)In Friends, Ross Geller’s doomed second wedding to British Emily has become one of the most gag-worthy moments in sitcom history.
Emily (played by Helen Baxendale) was cemented as the scorned bride back in 1998 when Ross (David Schwimmer) said the wrong name at the altar – calling her Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) in front of all friends and family.
It was an absolutely gutpunching moment, and naturally marked the beginning
- via mirror.co.ukBritain currently sits in fifth place worldwide for the most coronavirus deaths, with 42,090, as of Monday, though the US has around one fifth of the overall fatalities
- It found those using proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) at least twice a week are 24 per cent more likely to get the condition, rising to 26 per cent for those taking them for more than two years.
- Terrifying footage shared by Dashcam Owners Australia showed the moment the accident unfolded on the Pacific Highway near Queensland's Gold Coast on September 3.
- Dewi the dog was out walking with owners in Aberystwyth, Wales, when a strong gust of wind turned the pooch into a famous pachyderm.
- Private firm Annington Homes (pictured, file photo) owns the freehold for the affected 350 properties across 14 former barracks in England and Wales.
- Bottle collectors have flocked to the quiet residential streets of Southport, in the Gold Coast, tipping over bins and leaving a mess.
- Law enforcement agencies across the country reported outages of their 911 systems Monday night, with the cause currently unclear.
- Thousands of Australians have been locked out of their work email accounts due to a major Microsoft outage.
- Australia's tourism sector is in for a boost as top secret plans show travellers from New Zealand could start flying into the country by November.
Man who 'murdered two teenage girls' arrested when 'plumbers found their human remains in his pipes'The trial of a man accused of murdering and dismembering two women got underway Monday in Oshawa, Ontario. Adam Strong, 47, is accused of killing Rori Hache, 18, and Kandis Fitzpatrick, 19.
- High street pharmacies Boots and Lloyds have decided to suspend bookings for those aged 65 and over at branches across the UK.
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said the notes coming due for President Donald Trump valued at hundreds of millions pose a 'national security risk' for the nation.
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