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A four-year-old New Zealand boy who dialed the emergency number to ask police to come and see his toys was surprised with a special visit from an officer following the adorable call.In audio released on October 15 by the Southern Police District, which said it was “too cute not to share,” the boy from South Island is heard telling the dispatcher about his toys.“Police lady,” he says in the recording. “Can I tell you something? I’ve got some toys for you. Come over and see them.”A man is then heard on the line explaining to the operator that the boy, who he said was helping out while his mother was sick, had “snuck out” to make the call. Police dispatch then put out a call for any available units to visit the home.An officer, identified as Constable Kurt, arrived at the house where police said he was shown an “array of toys” and in turn showed the boy the patrol car with the lights on – and gave the child and his parents an “educational chat” about using 111 for emergencies only. Credit: Southern Police District via Storyful
Councils face call to prioritise gang victims for rehousing. FoI research finds threats or links to crime put 26,500 people at risk of homelessness in England and Wales
Households are being offered £5,000 grants to replace gas boilers with environmentally friendly heat pumps.
The Sinn Fein vice president said there has been ‘little progress on commitments from the governments to a process of intense engagement’.
Mary Berry was made a Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales for a lifetime of cooking, writing and baking. The leading cookery writer and broadcaster has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and will be honoured during a Windsor Castle investiture ceremony.
Children aged five to 11 in the US will soon be able to get a COVID-19 jab, the White House has announced. Officials say the expected authorisation of the Pfizer vaccine for younger children in a matter of weeks will allow them to receive the shot at their paediatrician's office, local pharmacy and potentially even their school. Federal regulators will meet in the next two weeks to assess the benefits of giving COVID jabs to people in that age group, after lengthy studies intended to ensure the safety of the vaccines.
Mounted camera footage shows the moment a cyclist was struck by a deer three miles into a 26-mile charity cycle ride in Lumberton, New Jersey, on September 12.Newark resident Keith Bratcher Jr was taking part in the Wise Choice Cycling Club’s Auto Immune Disease Awareness Ride when his camera captured video showing an unfortunate incident involving a deer.Bratcher Jr’s footage shows the moment the deer jumps onto the road and directly into the group of riders, knocking one cyclist to the ground. Meanwhile, the deer flips as it flies through the air before it lands into a field on the other side of the road.Bratcher Jr said the rider was uninjured during incident and was able to complete the cycle. Credit: Keith Bratcher Jr via Storyful
Mount Aso volcano spews a giant column of ash thousands of metres into the sky, after the late-morning eruption in southwest Japan. The active volcano ejected hot gas and ash as high as 3,500 metres (11,500 feet), and sent stones tumbling down its grassy slopes.
Law enforcement were joined by other mourners on October 18 as Houston police officer John Wilbanks was given final honors outside a church in the city, less than one week after he died from complications of COVID-19.Wilbanks is the second Houston Police Department officer to die from the coronavirus, according to local reports. Officers previously escorted Wilbanks’ remains as they were brought to a local funeral home following his death on October 13. The officer was 53 years old at the time of his death.This footage, taken from a livestream recorded outside Grace Church Houston, shows final police honors being offered to Wilbanks. Credit: Houston Police Department via Storyful
LONDON (Reuters) -The UK aviation regulator said Britain's biggest airport Heathrow will not be permitted to raise passenger charges by as much as it had wanted, but airlines opposed the scale of the hike as the hub and carriers battle to recover pandemic-linked losses. COVID-19 has restricted flying for more than 18 months, placing huge financial strains on Heathrow and airlines like its biggest user, British Airways, and putting airport charges at the centre of a bitter row. Airlines on Tuesday criticised the UK's Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) initial proposals for Heathrow to be allowed to charge as much as 50% more per passenger over the 2022-2027 period.
North Korea fired a suspected submarine-launched ballistic missile into the sea on Tuesday, the South's military said, in Pyongyang’s latest advance in weapons technology and one that could give it a second-strike capability.
In Hollywood, nothing gets resurrected more often than Mel Gibson. He’s been accused of antisemitism, domestic violence and sexism – but somehow this guy always gets another chance
Army veteran Dennis Hutchings died in Belfast on Monday after contracting Covid-19 while he was on trial over a 1974 Troubles shooting.
Progressive prosecutors around the country are increasingly declaring they just won’t enforce some GOP-backed state laws
Figures showed the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 90% effective and the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine 91% effective in preventing deaths.
David Henderson, 67, is on trial at Cardiff Crown Court over the plane crash in January 2019.
Covid passes and face masks are expected to remain in place until February next year.
The latest batch of police recruits in an Alabama beach town faced an interview board that included law enforcement executives and a civilian who was recognizable by his voice if not by his face: Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman
But more than a third of those surveyed still plan to holiday within the UK next year
‘I would love to just ask, ‘Why are you doing this? Just tell me the truth’,’ says Gabby’s mother