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A MAN who was reported missing from Barrhead has been found "safe and well".
Karmila Purba, 23, is among a handful of women that perform the gravity-defying stunt on the "Wall of Death" in Indonesia. Her fearless performance on a motorbike revving inside the wooden cylinder called Satan's Barrel has drawn gasps from spectators at the night carnival. The gravity-defying daredevil is among a handful of women that perform the stunt in Indonesia, zipping around a structure more commonly known as the "Wall of Death". Women becoming "Wall of Death" riders is "extremely rare", the 23-year-old told AFP before the show. "When I started there was no one else... so I wanted to be something different, doing something that no one else was doing."
Higher education leaders say ministers think departments are full of ‘Marxists’, as top universities fail accreditation process
EAST Lancashire resident considering visiting the returning Clitheroe Food festival have been advised they will be helping combat climate change.
Boris Johnson said the country faces a ‘bumpy’ time but should emerge in a ‘much, much stronger position’ as global price pressures abate.
Ted Cruz on Friday claimed that “far more children would be murdered” and “many more” women would be assaulted if the US banned guns. The Republican senator made his comments during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston, less than 300 miles from where 19 children and two adults were killed in a school shooting on Tuesday. “Let me tell you what would happen if they succeeded in confiscating guns, many more people would lose their lives,” Cruz said.
Following six weeks of testimony, the jury has now been sent out to consider its verdict
The shooting massacre at a Texas elementary has spurred renewed calls, especially from Republicans, for more investment in school security
The acting’s better than the prequels (although it was a low bar), the Daiyu mission’s a Blade Runner-channelling joy and Disney have nailed the Inquisitors. We’re lapping up this spin-off so far
The corporation needs to save an additional £285 million after the Culture Secretary announced the licence fee will be frozen for the next two years.
Banning sports stars and musicians perfectly fits the Kremlin’s narrative that the war in Ukraine is one of national survival, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
Average petrol prices have reached a new record high of 171.1p a litre, new figures show. "It seems very unfair that the Treasury should benefit so significantly at the expense of hard-pressed motorists who are struggling to make ends meet because of sky-high pump prices."
Some €3 million out of the €5m needed have been raised in just three days largely in small amounts, the Lithuanian internet broadcaster that launched the drive stated.
Evidence appears to show illicit payments taken from workers harvesting produce for M&S, Tesco and Waitrose
Bridgerton star Ruby Barker addresses mental health from hospital
An Algerian military officer-turned-democracy activist has been deported from Spain and charged in Algeria in a case that human rights groups see as another sign of an ever-expanding crackdown on dissent
The show launched on Thursday night in London.
FLOWERS and pictures have reportedly been removed from a memorial of a man killed after he was hit by a police car.
Japanese man spends £12,480 to look like a dog