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Fomo festival death: teenager's family beg Berejiklian to introduce pill-testing

Fomo festival death: teenager's family beg Berejiklian to introduce pill-testing

Central coast teenager Alex Ross-King was rushed to Westmead hospital, where she subsequently diedRelatives of a New South Wales teenager who died of a suspected overdose after taking drugs at a music
Labour set to call vote to topple Theresa May’s government

Labour set to call vote to topple Theresa May’s government

MPs told to get ready for a no-confidence vote as Tories say PM’s Brexit deal has no hopeLabour MPs have been told to prepare for Jeremy Corbyn to table a dramatic and immediate vote of no confidence
Jayme Closs: authorities search for motive in 'tragic' kidnapping case

Jayme Closs: authorities search for motive in 'tragic' kidnapping case

Wisconsin town shares relief after 13-year-old found alive Suspect, 21, in jail on suspicion of kidnapping and homicide As authorities tried to find out what motivated a Wisconsin man to allegedly
'Ridiculous': report Ivanka Trump could lead World Bank meets scorn

'Ridiculous': report Ivanka Trump could lead World Bank meets scorn

First daughter’s name said to be ‘floating around Washington’ but it wouldn’t be her first unconventional roleThe Financial Times reported on Friday that the name of Ivanka Trump is “floating around
Trump vents fury over Russia stories and again threatens national emergency

Trump vents fury over Russia stories and again threatens national emergency

Report: FBI looked at whether president worked for RussiaTrump remains at White House as shutdown grinds onDonald Trump has strongly denied the stunning claim that he was secretly working on behalf of
New Victorian windfarm could provide 10% of state's energy

New Victorian windfarm could provide 10% of state's energy

Golden Plains approved by Andrews government and awaits federal consent to proceedThe managing director of a company that plans to construct Victoria’s largest windfarm says the project will supply
Men armed with knives rob child’s birthday party in Norfolk

Men armed with knives rob child’s birthday party in Norfolk

Children were eating cake when masked men broke into house, demanding money and drugsPolice are appealing for information after masked robbers armed with knives burst into a children’s birthday party
Into the Brexit abyss – cartoon

Into the Brexit abyss – cartoon

Led by the DUP and the Tory right, Theresa May and her deal plunge to their doom Continue reading...
Man accused of shooting down UN chief: ‘Sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to…’

Man accused of shooting down UN chief: ‘Sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to…’

Exclusive research reveals that a British-trained Belgian mercenary admitted the killing of Dag Hammarskjöld in 1961RAF veteran ‘admitted 1961 killing of UN secretary general’Jan van Risseghem was
RAF veteran ‘admitted 1961 killing of UN secretary general’

RAF veteran ‘admitted 1961 killing of UN secretary general’

Exclusive: Cold case documentary casts new light on mystery of Dag Hammarskjöld’s plane crash‘Sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to…’New evidence has emerged linking an RAF veteran to the
London Borough of Culture team defends celebrations in week of local boy’s murder

London Borough of Culture team defends celebrations in week of local boy’s murder

Creators of Waltham Forest video say their work reflects wider context of knife crime after ex-police boss queries cost and timing of festivitiesThe creators of a celebratory video installation,
‘I’ve got four kids and a job - if I can race solo to the south pole, any woman can’

‘I’ve got four kids and a job - if I can race solo to the south pole, any woman can’

Wendy Searle managed Louis Rudd’s Antarctic triumph. Now she is planning her own epic 700-mile race across the frozen wastesWhen Louis Rudd crossed the finishing line of his 925-mile solo trek across
'Judge me by my enemies': Comey and Trump find common ground in FDR line

'Judge me by my enemies': Comey and Trump find common ground in FDR line

Former FBI director issues veiled tweet in wake of bombshell report – but president appears fond of the quote himself On Friday, the New York Times released a bombshell report which said the FBI
Ninth weekend of gilets jaunes protests sees police use water cannon in Paris – video

Ninth weekend of gilets jaunes protests sees police use water cannon in Paris – video

Police in Paris fired water cannon and teargas at gilet jaunes (yellow vest) protesters on the ninth consecutive weekend of demonstrations. The protests began as a protest against a new eco-tax on
Rahaf al-Qunun lands in Toronto after long journey to safety

Rahaf al-Qunun lands in Toronto after long journey to safety

Saudi teen was granted asylum by Canada after flying to Thailand to escape her familyThe Saudi woman who barricaded herself in a Thai hotel room in a desperate attempt to flee abuse landed in Canada
Police use water cannon and teargas on Paris protesters

Police use water cannon and teargas on Paris protesters

Marches across France take place on the ninth weekend of gilets jaunes demonstrations Gilets jaunes protesters engaged in a ninth weekend of protests all over France on Saturday as the president,
Poland calls for 'joint' EU-Nato stance on Huawei after spying arrest

Poland calls for 'joint' EU-Nato stance on Huawei after spying arrest

Country’s foreign minister says both entities need to decide whether to exclude telecom giant from their markets Poland’s internal affairs minister has called for the EU and Nato to take a “joint
Footage shows moments after Paris bakery explosion – video

Footage shows moments after Paris bakery explosion – video

Two firefighters have died and 47 people have been injured after an explosion at a bakery in Paris. Ten of them are in a critical condition. Authorities said the cause of the blast and fire in the 9th
Police arrest James Goddard on suspicion of public order offences

Police arrest James Goddard on suspicion of public order offences

Pro-Brexit ‘yellow vest’ activist detained outside tube station over Westminster incidents James Goddard, the “yellow vest” activist at the centre of controversy over the harassment of MPs and
US government shutdown becomes longest in history

US government shutdown becomes longest in history

Trump backs away from national emergency threat How the federal government closure is impacting millionsThe US government shutdown is now the longest such closure in history. On Saturday, day 22,