Resident Evil ‘feels very heavy-handed’
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Resident Evil ‘feels very heavy-handed’
There is something indisputably dark and even seedy about what’s happening across our media landscape
The police have said the author has suffered an apparent stab wound to the neck.
Harry Caray hologram sings “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” at Field of Dreams.Source: FOX Sports: MLB
The heartwarming scenes were hard-earned.
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An Australian fishing boat sailing in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Territory, spotted a large container of unknown origin floating in the water on August 4.In footage recorded by Bruce Davey, the container can be seen bobbing up and down in the water. “Holy shiver me timbers,” he can be heard saying at one point, as the crew grabs a closer look.Northern Territory Infrastructure, Planning, and Logistics issued a marine navigation warning on Facebook on August 5, urging nearby vessels to “proceed with caution” around the “large floating container”.The area is a “hotspot for debris,” according to a spokesperson for the Australian Marine Conservation Society.Davey and the crew of his ship, named Wildcard, spotted the object as they were fishing for mackerel off Groote Eylandt, in the Northern Territory. A member dived into the water for a closer inspection. However, Davey said they were unable to open a hatch on the object.In the video, a female member of the crew can be heard saying that they were lucky “it wasn’t nighttime, we would have smashed into it.”The container, estimated to be of “about five meters by three meters by four meters” by Davey, was too large for the fishing boat to tow to safety.A Northern Territory Marine Safety statement noted though that the Wildcard crew had placed a marker buoy on the container to improve visibility for mariners.Storyful contacted Northern Territory Marine Safety for an update on the container, but no further comment was available at the time of writing. Credit: Bruce Davey via Storyful
NFU deputy president Tom Bradshaw said the situation was ‘hugely challenging’ for farmers.
In a remote working world, emails have become the norm. However, some common email sign-offs and greetings can come across as passive aggressive. Euronews spoke to an expert and looked into some of the phrases that can cause upset and discovered some neutral alternatives.
Police in England have warned residents not to leave dogs in hot cars after an officer had to smash a car window to get to a shih tzu in distress in Nottingham on Monday, August 8.Body camera footage shows police coming to the dog’s aid on the 81-degree day, and rushing the animal to the vet.“The small black shih tzu was barking and panting inside a locked car,” Nottinghamshire Police said in a statement. "The windows were left slightly open but it was not enough to prevent the dog collapsing.“Thankfully, police arrived just in time to save his life,” the department said. “They smashed the car’s window, gave him water and rushed him to a local vet in the back of a police car.”The dog’s body temperature reached 102.4 degrees Fahrenheit (39.1 Celsius) but the canine was “making a good recovery,” police said.A heat-health alert due to high temperatures was extended for another week on Friday. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police via Storyful
Major Arthur Hogben, who has died aged 92, was awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal in 1974 for neutralising a large Second World War bomb in east London.
Enough is Enough announced that it will kick off a series of 50 rallies across Britain.
England’s Abby Dow enjoyed a watching brief as Twickenham threw open its doors to the public for a Red Roses open training session.
Finlay MacDonald, 39, appeared in court on Friday over a series of incidents in north-west Scotland earlier in the week.
Energy prices and the warm weather feature among the stories on the front pages.
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak went head to head on Thursday night at a members' hustings in Cheltenham, hosted by The Telegraph's Camilla Tominey.
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The Tory leadership contender also insisted he is not out of the race, as many members are yet to make up their minds.
Tyson Fury has announced his second retirement from boxing after failing to entice Derek Chisora into a trilogy fight. The 34-year-old revealed he would step back into the ring and had publicly revealed he was keen to face Chisora, who he has twice beaten before. Fury turned 34 on Friday and posted a message on social media saying: "Massive thanks to everyone who had an input in my career over the years & after long hard conversations (I’ve finally) decided to walk away & on my 34th birthday I say Bon voyage."
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