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The annual competition run by the Woodland Trust is highlighting ancient and veteran trees this year.
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Campaigners have demanded a 25p cut in fuel prices to help reduce the cost of living. FairFuelUK said fuel duty should be cut by 20 to 25p per litre in a similar manner to cuts seen in Europe. The campaign organisation said the price of a barrel of Brent oil was now below £80 a barrel and should signal a "considerable" reduction in filling up at the pumps.
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Labour’s deputy leader appeared at an event during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on Monday.
The Cuban President’s Office said a second explosion occurred at an oil depot in Matanzas, Cuba, in the early hours of Monday, August 8, days after a tanker at the facility caught fire due to a lightning strike.Footage recorded by Miriel Santana shows the large flames rising from the depot. Further footage shows a timelapse of the growing flames from the site of the explosion.The Cuban President’s Office said the explosion was larger than the initial fire on August 6. The fire from the second explosion had removed all fuel from a second tanker, they said.Three people were receiving treatment for minor injuries, the President’s Office said. Credit: Miriel Santana via Storyful
KYIV (Reuters) -Kyiv and Moscow traded blame on Monday for the weekend shelling of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex amid international alarm that their battle for control of the plant could trigger catastrophe. Calling any attack on a nuclear plant "suicidal", United Nations chief Antonio Guterres demanded U.N. nuclear inspectors be given access to Zaporizhzhia, the largest complex of its kind in Europe. Russia's invading forces seized the southern Ukrainian region containing Zaporizhzhia in March, when the site was struck without damage to its reactors.
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Israeli strikes and militant rockets continued in Gaza on Sunday, 7 August, before a ceasefire came into place between Israel and Palestinian militants to end nearly three days of violence. At least 44 Palestinians, including 15 children, have died in the fighting according to Gaza’s health ministry. “I welcome the announcement tonight of a ceasefire between Israel and Gaza-based militants after three days of hostilities... Israelis and Palestinians both deserve to live safely,” US President Joe Biden said.
Bodycam footage shows Salt Lake City police failing to give first aid to black stabbing victim, whilst he bleeds out. Source: Fox13, Salt Lake City Police Department
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Detectives investigating the disappearance of student nurse Owami Davies a month ago are continuing to question a man over her alleged kidnap. Owami, 24, left her family home in Chafford Hundred, Grays and was last seen on a shop’s CCTV just after midnight in Derby Road, West Croydon on July 7. Officers have arrested five people – two on suspicion of murder and three on suspicion of kidnap.
Energy bills are expected to rise even further this winter than previously thought, according to the latest forecast from energy consultancy Cornwall Insight. From January, the amount is expected to hit £4,266 before continuing to rise in April to £4,427 - the previous forecast was for £3,729 in April. This October's price cap will be announced by energy regulator Ofgem on 26 August.
A variety of emergency service teams collaborated on a call out to a paddleboarder who became separated from his board and was nowhere to be seen.
Nadhim Zahawi will visit Belfast on Wednesday where he is set to take part in a number of meetings.
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BEN Brown scored North Leigh’s first goal as a step-three club in their 2-1 opening-day defeat at Dorchester Town.
The new milestone was reached just days after the busiest day for Channel crossings in 2022 so far.
As school pupils across Scotland received their results this morning the Glasgow Caledonian University clearing hotline centre was a flurry of activity.