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A PENRITH man has pleaded guilty to an arson offence which involved him being “reckless” of whether life would be endangered.
10km control zone enforced to prevent movement of any susceptible animal out of the area
America's Supreme Court has struck down its landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling granting women a constitutional right to an abortion.
I planted a giant sequoia to offset the carbon footprint of my life
Boris Johnson said he would defend the policy to the heir to the throne during their scheduled meeting over a cup of tea on Friday.
Roe v Wade reversed | The US Supreme Court today overturned the landmark ruling that enshrined the right to abortion half a century ago. Almost instantly, abortion will be banned in 13 US states that have already introduced "trigger" laws designed to come into effect upon the throwing out of Roe v Wade. US editor Nick Allen explains what is likely to happen next. Daniel Capurro outlines six things we learned from the ruling. And US correspondent Jamie Johnson has the latest reaction.
Embodme, a French deep-tech company, put on a mini concert at their booth at this year’s Vivatech, displaying their next generation music tech that has already been used by the likes of Coldplay, Flume and Jean-Michel Jarre.
The RMT union says Transport Secretary Grant Shapps should "get in the (negotiation) room or get out the way" following a second day of walkouts this week by tens of thousands of rail staff, as a row over pay, jobs and conditions continued. Major railway stations, including Edinburgh Waverley, London Euston, London Paddington and Liverpool Lime Street, were far quieter than usual, with many people opting to work from home instead. Further talks between Railway, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union and Network Rail aimed at ending the dispute were held on Thursday but no resolution was reached.
Love Island’s contestants are facing another recoupling drama with the boys getting to choose.
RMT boss Mick Lynch said strikes could continue after planned 24-hour industrial action this week if a settlement is not reached.
FIREFIGHTERS are dealing with a blaze at a block of flats in Glasgow's East End.
The hearse carrying the body of Northern Ireland biker Jack Oliver was escorted by dozens of motorbikes from Navan, Co Meath on Thursday.
Volodymyr Zelensky has described Glastonbury as the "greatest concertation of freedom" as he addressed the festival calling for the world to "spread the truth" about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The Ukrainian president spoke via a video message played ahead of The Libertines stage-opening set on the big screens at the Other Stage on Friday.
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UK Health Security Agency ‘urgently’ investigating outbreak in northeast London, with officials racing to determine whether community transmission is occurring in the capital
Eurovision winners Kalush hope Ukraine can host in 2023 despite organisers’ decision
Edinburgh Waverley, London Euston, London Paddington and Liverpool Lime Street were among the stations seeing fewer passengers than a typical weekday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend events to celebrate 25 years since Hong Kong's handover to China, state media reported Saturday, with the Communist Party looking to showcase its control over the city after crushing a democracy movement.
Trial could potentially be first of what amounts to dozens of equivalent cases
Editorial: Boris Johnson should resign and take responsibility for failing his party – and the country