- The Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) asked the public to buy Tommy figurines and stickers and put them in windows for the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
- An officer punched her camera in the middle of her live cross to the Sunrise studio, sending the operator to the ground as the journalist, Amelia Brace, tried to explain she was with the media.
- Robert Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET) says the government should pay trillions of dollars for reparations to black people.
- Nathan Turner, 30, was found dead on May 26 at his home in the mining town of Blackwater, with Queensland officials later announcing he died from COVID-19.
- Melbourne recorded the coldest start to winter since 1943, reaching a maximum temperature of just 11.2C on Monday. Most of the country has endured a chilly start to the week.
- The former Dally M player of the year was sacked by the Cowboys and banned from the NRL in February 2019 after an investigation revealed he had been involved in a physical altercation with his partner.
- Shu Jian Lim's body was found by university students in the creek at Cobbledicks Ford Reserve in Mt Cottrell, Victoria, in September 2015.
- The book, which presents animals in the British countryside as refugees fleeing destruction wrought by man, was written by civil servant Richard Adams and released in 1972.
- TV personality and journalist Anne Robinson, takes our health quiz on coping during the pandemic, dieting and plastic surgery...
- A slight majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump is a racist, a new survey found.
- Patrick Carroll, 69, was trapped inside the first floor of Ebbtide Mallin The Entrance on the NSW Central Coast when the building was engulfed in flames on October 20.
- Jamie Foxx, 52, spoke before a crowd of over 1,000 peaceful protesters at a kneel-in demonstration on the steps of City Hall in San Francisco on Monday.
- Dr Alessandro Giardini, a paediatrician at Great Ormond Street Hospital, is one of more than 2,000 Britons who have recovered from Covid-19 and donated plasma as atreatment for the virus.
- Interstate travel is slated to begin again on July 10 as part of the federal government's three-stage timeline, but Queensland's premier has warned state border closure could be in place until September.
- The prime minister had wanted to reduce the five-stage alert levelafter announcing the partial easing of lockdown restrictions, which came into force yesterday.
- The victim, said to be in his late teens, is fighting for his life in hospital following the attack in Weald Lane, Harrow, northwest London, on Monday night.
- via mirror.co.ukProfessor Alberto Zangrillo, head of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, has said that the 'virus clinically no longer exists in Italy' and is weaker than it once was
- What would you need to hear to pre-order it? (pic: Sony)The Tuesday Inbox worries that next gen games will all take too long to make, as one reader has a positive Stadia experience.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
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I’ve never really understand why some people are so obsessed by what a console looks like. So they’re all just black boxes, so what? I can’t remember the last time I even glanced at mine since going all-digital and a
- A teenage girl fell so ill after heading back to a tradesman's room for sex that she was 'twitching with her eyes rolling back into her head', it has been claimed in court.
- President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and their son, Barron, spent an hour in the subterranean Presidential Emergency Operations Center below the East Wing of the White House on Friday.
- Donald Trump threatened to deploy the US military across the country to quell violence seen in the George Floyd protests. (Picture: AP)
AP – GettyDonald Trump threatened to deploy the military across the country to quell the George Floyd riots and ‘dominate’ the streets.The president made the announcement Monday evening at the White House Rose Garden as explosions from tear gas canisters and helicopters could be heard in the background due to protests at the nation’s capi
- Today teenagers 'Aima' and 'Tash' were named as posting a series of hard hitting social media messages slamming Britain for being a 'racist country'.
- President Donald Trump declared himself the 'law and order president' as law enforcement officials used rubber bullets, tear gas and officers on horse back to clear out street for Trumpphoto op.
- The woman in charge of Queensland's COVID-19 response admitted she has gone from being terrified of the virus to being confident its reign of terror is nearly over.
Riverdale star Cole Sprouse arrested at George Floyd protest and calls on celebs to ‘stand as an ally’Cole Sprouse detailed his experience at a George Floyd protest (Picture: Getty Images)Cole Sprouse was arrested while ‘peacefully’ protesting George Floyd’s tragic death.The star took part in the marches over the weekend in Santa Monica, California, and told fans he and other protesters were told to leave but were arrested anyway.He took to Instagram to share an image reading ‘Black Lives Matter’ before explaining what had occurred.‘A group of peaceful protest
- Now is not the time (pic: Sony)Sony has announced there will be no PlayStation 5 reveal event this week, with no indication of when it will be rescheduled.It had begun to seem inevitable, but Sony has now confirmed that there will be no PlayStation 5 reveal event on Thursday, as originally planned.In a short post on Twitter they alluded to the ongoing protests in America over racial inequality and the death of George Floyd, stating that, ‘we do not feel that right now is a time for celebra
- There’s a great selection of movies on Netflix this monthNetflixis thankfully serving us up some piping hot entertainment for June.Netflix UK and Ireland has announced the new slate of films coming to the streaming service this month.There’s something there for everyone, from action and adventure, musicals and gripping crime dramas, to…whatever Being John Malkovich comes under.And with many of us still staying in lockdown, it’s good to know Netflix have got us covered fo
- Travel companies are offering up to 65 per cent off summer holidays - but tourism experts are warning Britons the trips may not end up going ahead.
- via mirror.co.ukYounger people share their perspective on the coronavirus crisis and explore how the pandemic will affect us.
- Using figures from the Covid Symptom Study, Kings College London researchers were able to estimate infection rates in different regions across the country.
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