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Channel 4 goes off-air after outage caused by technical problemSeveral TV channels including Channel 5, Film 4 and More 4, lost output Channel 4 and its sister stations were affected along with Channel 5. Photograph: C4
An out-of-control vehicle crashed into a business premises in Darwin, Australia, after narrowly avoiding several lines of traffic at in intersection on September 23.Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services released this footage showing the Toyota Hilux speed through six lanes on Bagot Road after failing to negotiate a turn.The female driver and a young child were hospitalized, with ntindependent reporting the two-year-old suffered “serious head injuries”.NT Independent quoted Superintendent Daniel Shean as saying, “It is incredibly lucky no-one else was injured in this incident. Drivers are reminded to always drive with due care and attention.” Credit: Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services via Storyful
Labour must use this conference to go further in rooting out antisemitismMany Jews who felt unwelcome at past party gatherings look to the new leadership to turn the page on a painful period Labour party leader Keir Starmer and deputy leader Angela Rayner clap during the party’s annual conference, in Brighton on 25 September. Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters
Some petrol stations have temporarily closed due to a fuel shortage – but that is not the full picture.
A man sought by police investigating the murder of Sabina Nessa was believed to be holding a mystery shiny item on the night of her death. Officers say they are keeping “an open mind as to whether this was used in the attack on Sabina” in Kidbrooke, south east London. CCTV footage appears to show the man holding a reflective red item on Pegler Square on September 17, it is believed.
The Queen came up with ideas for the London 2012 Olympics James Bond skit herself, Daniel Craig has revealed.
A bison was filmed snarling traffic as it walked on a road in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, footage shared on September 23 shows.Renee Passey Sanger says she recorded this video near Yellowstone’s Grand Prismatic Spring on Labor Day.According to the National Park Service, Yellowstone’s bison are “so accustomed to cars and asphalt roads that they seem to know the right-of-way.”“Driving slowly behind a group of bison plodding along a two-lane road, you can certainly maneuver around them whenever it’s safe.” the NPS wrote, adding, “Be patient for bison to make their way off the road, or just simply go around them, but please save the honking for the city.” Credit: Renee Passey Sanger via Storyful
Powerful owls are gentle giants stalking our suburbs, but they are also on the edge. These are massive, charismatic birds with an exhibitionistic streak who have increasingly moved to the city with their natural habitat under pressure . The Guardian/ BirdLife Australia 2021 bird of the year poll begins on Monday
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells the United Nations that no country should exploit the turmoil in Afghanistan for its own advantage after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appealed for nations to work with the Taliban.
In a letter to a parliamentary committee that issued a report in July related to Greensill's collapse, released on Friday by the same committee, Sunak said he had accepted its call for reform of the mechanism used by Greensill, known as the "appointed representatives regime". Sunak said in the letter, first reported by the Financial Times, that the Treasury had already started to review the regime, including legislative reforms to strengthen the oversight of appointed representatives to prevent opportunities for abuse of the system.
Police are still searching for a third man in connection with the murder of Sabina Nessa a week after her body was found in Cator Park, Kidbrooke.
The campaign group behind the advertising boycott of GB News is being summoned to see a government regulator and will be "monitored" following claims that it breached company laws by engaging in "political activity".
It’s very different to anything she’s done before, but Lauren Groff’s fourth novel is profound and transcendental, writes Madeleine Feeny
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
Down in the polls and clambering for momentum as she makes a third bid for France's presidency, far-right leader Marine Le Pen suddenly finds herself on unfamiliar terrain: sharing the right-wing limelight with a pundit out for glory of his own. For months, Marine Le Pen has managed to keep pace with President Emmanuel Macron in poll after poll ahead of next April's presidential election. Whether France liked it or not, the pair appeared destined for a slow march towards a rematch of their 2017
BBC sends journalist called Phil McCann to report on petrol crisis
Ministers are under pressure to ease immigration rules to attract HGV drivers from overseas amid warnings 100,000 are needed
The former Minneapolis police officer has claimed there were issues with the jury and judge throughout his trial
Sir Keir Starmer has been forced to water down his planned overhaul of Labour rules at the opening of the party's conference in Brighton, as he was accused of an "almost pathological fear of democracy" in pushing for change.
The Royal Navy could expand into the Canadian Arctic in a bid to contain strategic rivals Russia and China.