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England’s Abby Dow enjoyed a watching brief as Twickenham threw open its doors to the public for a Red Roses open training session.
Ten people, including two children, were killed when a man went on a shooting rampage through the quiet streets of the western Montenegro city of Cetinje. The gunman used a hunting rifle to first shoot the two children, aged eight and 11, and their mother, who lived as tenants in his house. Montenegrin police chief Zoran Brdjanin said the attacker was a 34-year-old man identified only by his initials, VB.
HOW should the Isle of Wight Council recruit its new £138,000 top boss?
Anshu Jain, a fomer co-CEO of Deutsche Bank, has died, according to a statement by his family on Saturday
Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
‘Small number’ of cases hospitalised in East Lothian
Residents of Heimaey, an island off the coast of Iceland, form puffin patrols to rescue chicks
Storms are now expected to hit across Scotland from 9am on Sunday, with the heavy rain continuing into Monday, the Met Office forecasts.
The number of people suspected of having dementia who are undergoing assessments in order to get a diagnosis has halved since the pandemic, official figures show.
Four drivers and car owners are facing large bills after they failed to respond to court summons and were convicted in their absence.
The C5 X is a segment-crossing new model from Citroen, designed to top the firm's range of cars. Jack Evans finds out what it's like.
A giant part of a £45m furnace is moved on the M53 which was closed between junction 5 at Hooton and junction 10 for Cheshire Oaks, to accommodate the abnormal load heading to Essar's Stanlow refinery. The structure is 26.5 metres long and five times higher than a double decker bus and will become part of the UK's first furnace capable of running on 100% hydrogen. The motorway was closed for three miles, as the load was moved very slowly and carefully towards the port with help from National Highways.
Sam Vestey, 20, who has a chromosomal condition, said he is often challenged by people over how disabled he is.
Unusual variations on a classic combination
The author was stabbed as he was about to give a lecture.
Cost-of-living concerns mix with the ghost of George Best in the Sunday splashes.
Finlay MacDonald, 39, appeared in court on Friday over a series of incidents in north-west Scotland earlier in the week.
(Reuters) -Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie remained hospitalized on Saturday with serious injuries a day after he was repeatedly stabbed at a public appearance in New York state, while police sought to determine the motive behind an attack that drew international condemnation. The accused attacker, 24-year-old Hadi Matar of Fairview, New Jersey, pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and assault at a court appearance on Saturday, his court-appointed lawyer, Nathaniel Barone, told Reuters. Rushdie, 75, was set to deliver a lecture on artistic freedom at Chautauqua Institution in western New York when police say Matar rushed the stage and stabbed the Indian-born writer, who has lived with a bounty on his head since his 1988 novel "The Satanic Verses" prompted Iran to urge Muslims to kill him.
It comes as the southern half of the UK has been beset by drought conditions this weekend, while the northern half braces for thunderstorms on Sunday.
It comes amid a 24-hour strike across the UK, which saw train drivers walk out over jobs, pay and conditions.