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Chinese President Xi Jinping touched down in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday for a visit that is likely to focus on energy ties but also follows months of tensions with the United States.
Pesutto will now seek to rebuild Coalition fortunes after three straight election losses to Daniel Andrews’ Labor government
Rishi Sunak has refused to rule out banning emergency services from going on strike, saying he will "do what I need to do in order to keep people safe". A raft of public sector workers are set to take industrial action in the coming days and weeks, including nurses, ambulance workers and fire services, as they argue for better pay and working conditions amid the cost of living crisis and soaring inflation. Asked in an interview with the BBC on Wednesday whether he would consider banning strikes by emergency services, Mr Sunak said: "My priority is making sure that I keep people safe and that I minimise the disruption on their lives, and I will do what is required to do that."
A 28-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence after an egg was allegedly thrown at the King during a walkabout.
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‘Significant’ delays expected at Heathrow and elsewhere as Border Force staff walk out from 23 December
An average of almost 700,000 passports have been processes each month of 2022
Forest Edge is a residential care home providing accommodation and personal care to up to 32 people.
A man has been taken to hospital following reports he was stabbed in The Gossamers, Watford.
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Episodes are very severe with vomiting volume as large as six litres, scientists say
Volunteers have been hard at work tagging Christmas trees in a project designed to raise much-needed money for a hospice and ensure that yuletide remains green.
The pencil and ink drawing by Ernest Howard Shepard was created around 1931 to illustrate the children’s novel by Kenneth Grahame.
Interview with Harry Dunn's mother, Charlotte Charles, ahead of the sentencing of US citizen Anne Sacoolas, who admitted causing his death by careless driving when the 19-year-old was knocked off his motorbike in 2019.
The blood test looks for amyloid beta proteins that lead to Alzheimer's
An entrepreneur has been awarded a grant to develop a trial which uses Swaledale sheep fleeces to protect ancient upland peat bogs.
Nicola Sturgeon’s authority in the SNP has suffered a huge blow after an MP who has promised to stand up to her more was chosen by his colleagues as the party’s new Westminster leader.
Match-winning seamer finds hard work has paid off as England’s style leaves Pakistan scrambling for a response
The Swiss parliament elected an entrepreneur and a former social worker to the seven-member cabinet on Wednesday ahead of a reshuffle sparked by the resignations of two ministers, although which posts the two new members take has yet to be decided. Albert Roesti, 55, a businessman and member of parliament from Bern who led the right-wing Swiss People's Party (SVP) from 2016 to 2020, was elected to succeed fellow SVP member Ueli Maurer, who was finance minister and a fiscal hawk who said he would retire at end of the year.
A rare moment occurs in the night sky when Mars goes behind the December Full Moon, also known as the Cold Moon, on December 8, as seen from London.