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A family court allowed teenager Craig Mulligan to return to the care of his step-father five days before Logan was murdered by his family.
A TORY MP accused of drunkenly groping two men has had the whip suspended from him after resigning from his position in the UK Government.
Streaming service Disney+ said it had carried out an investigation.
Chris Pincher said he had ’embarrassed myself and other people’ after having had ‘far too much’ to drink.
The singer opened up at a Pride event.
A STRING of top names have joined the line-up of a major Scottish spirits festival spanning ten days.
A doctor whose work involves spotting signs of stress in babies being treated in intensive care has been honoured with a special award.
Some spectators loved the drama, whereas others compared it to football and thought it was ’embarrassing’.
THE city of Southend will be filled with "life and colour" when a new street art event arrives later this year.
Imagine minding your business as you walk down your local high street, only to spot an international recording artist and her superstar rapper partner through a shop window. The power couple were mobbed by fans during what is thought to be their first public appearance since the birth of their baby in May, with videos showing Rihanna filming fan reactions from inside, while her partner got himself a haircut. One of those outside the shop in Crystal Palace said the couple have been driving up Anerley Hill in the area, before stopping the car outside the shop where music was being played.
Meet new Love Island girl Mollie Salmon ahead of Casa Amor.
A passenger on the Norwegian Sun cruise captured the moment the ship hit an iceberg off the coasts of Alaska. Source: AP
Virus remains most prevalent in Scotland, where one in 18 people were estimated to have been infected last week
A TESLA driver has been fined and given points on his licence for speeding.
ABC News reports Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has seemingly succeeded in his efforts to quell race education in the state.
A man has been found guilty of drugging two men and sexually assaulting them at a house in Oxfordshire. Luiz Inacio Da Silva Neto, 36, of Wandsworth, south London, spiked the drinks of his victims with an unknown stupefying drug and then sexually assaulted them, knowing they were in no position to consent, Oxford Crown Court heard. Claire Beards, of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), said Da Silva Neto had “opportunistically targeted” his victims in November and December 2021.
Woodside’s North West Shelf gas development would release more than eight times Australia’s annual emissions if it continues to operate until 2070
Boris Johnson argued for the restitution of the Elgin Marbles in a letter to a senior Greek government minister while studying at Oxford, it has emerged.
Fabio Jakobsen avoided the pitfalls of a chaotic finish to stage two of the Tour de France to deliver an emotional victory in Nyborg, Denmark. Jakobsen, making his Tour debut less than two years after suffering life-threatening injuries in a crash at the Tour of Poland, stayed clear of late spills at the end of the 202.5km stage from Roskilde to come around Mads Pedersen and beat Wout van Aert - who consoled himself by taking the yellow jersey. The day had been designed to build up to fireworks on the 18km-long Great Belt Bridge in the finale, but it was after the peloton returned to dry land that the key incidents occurred as a crash blocked the road inside the final three kilometres, leaving a select group of sprinters to contest the honours.
Britain’s ambassador to Russia has been summoned to the Kremlin over what its foreign ministry said was the UK’s “offensive rhetoric” over Ukraine. It said a strong protest was expressed to Ambassador Deborah Bronnert over “the frankly boorish statements of the British leadership regarding Russia, its leader and official representatives of the authorities, as well as the Russian people”. The ministry said Russia had told her it objected to British statements containing “deliberately false information, in particular about alleged Russian ‘threats to use nuclear weapons’”.