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Authorities in Norway said this Sunday (14 July) they have euthanised a walrus, named Freya, that had drawn crowds of spectators in the Oslo Fjord after concluding that it posed a risk to humans.Source: TV2 Norway/AP
An Iranian government official has denied that Tehran was involved in the assault on Salman Rushdie, preferring to blame the attack on the author himself and his supporters.
Revelations that Australia's ex-prime minister secretly appointed himself to several ministerial posts during the pandemic sparked a political firestorm Monday, with his successor promising a rapid investigation.
Nicholas Brian Oakland hurtled at 122mph along a major road through weekday afternoon traffic, York Crown Court heard.
Investigators say unsealing the evidence presented to obtain a search warrant for Mar-a-Lago could reveal names of sources or witnesses they've interviewed in their case against the former US president.
Boris Johnson is not expected to take part in any engagements this week as he enjoys his second foreign summer holiday in less than a month, Downing Street has confirmed. Over the weekend, Mr Johnson was spotted in Greece as UK households grapple with the deepening impact of the cost of living crisis. The prime minister took a holiday earlier this month despite warnings of further inflation and the threat of a recession later this year.
A PERSON has been treated by paramedics after a crash in Bexley.
Mairi O’Brien thought her battle was over after getting the all clear from breast cancer until Glasgow Royal Infirmary scans revealed devastating lesions.
A freeze on rail fares and the energy price cap is the latest proposal revealed by the Liberal Democrats to tackle the soaring cost of living.
A popular company selling drinks will move to St Enoch centre in Glasgow.
Sergey Lipinets will step in for the American to face Figueroa Jr in Florida on Saturday
Monday’s papers focus on Labour’s promise to ‘freeze cruel bills now’ with a ‘fully-funded’ plan to combat the ‘national economic emergency’.
A former Paralympian has been fitted with a bionic hand that can be updated with new movements and gestures from anywhere in the world. Australian swimmer Jessica Smith said the device is "amazing" and that she chose to have it despite a traumatic experience with a prosthetic when she was a child. Like other bionic hands, it converts electrical impulses from the upper arm muscles into movements powered by the device's motors.
Most couples with young children dream of upsizing to give their growing brood more space to spread their wings.
Ryan Giggs arrives at Manchester Crown Court to face charges of coercion and assault. His ex-partner's sister Emma Greville is due to give evidence on Monday. Giggs denies the charges.
The Met Office has warned of torrential downpours and possible flooding over the next few days
Virtual trips to museums found to foster social inclusion and improve physical and mental wellbeing
POLICE have issued a statement after four houses were left damaged by a fire in Crayford.
The UK’s medicines regulator has approved the first-ever “bivalent” Covid-19 booster vaccination that targets two different coronavirus variants. After it was found to meet the required safety standards, the shot was approved for adults by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). UK is the first nation to approve the new booster dose.
Industry bosses have written to Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, calling for a more enlightened approach to immigration to assist businesses.