• Fire Breaks Out at North Brisbane Building
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    Fire Breaks Out at North Brisbane Building

    Firefighters responded to a large fire at a building in central Brisbane, Queensland, shortly before midnight on July 19, police said . Authorities closed several nearby streets as crews battled the fire on Tate Street, in Albion. Local media reported that dozens of residents had been evacuated from

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    More Than Half of Men Ashamed of Their Body Hair

    Over half of men admit to feeling "embarrassed" about their body hair, new research has found. The fascinating statistic emerged in a survey of 2,000 men which found that 55 percent of all respondents said they felt ashamed of their body hair, with one in five saying they feel this way "

  • Ellie Goulding takes a swipe at Trump when receiving honorary degree
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    Ellie Goulding takes a swipe at Trump when receiving honorary degree

    Ellie Goulding says she hopes some certain world leaders will not be in power for long as she recognises issues of climate change when receiving an honorary degree from the University of Kent, in Canterbury Cathedral.The singer, who is a Drama and Theatre Studies alumnus of the university, was selected

  • Beachgoers try to rescue stranded pilot whales
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    Beachgoers try to rescue stranded pilot whales

    After a pod of whales washed up on the shores of a Georgia beach, dozens of beachgoers helped push them back to deeper waters.Up to 50 pilot whales swam into the shallow waters surrounding St Simons Island, with six getting caught in the surf.The group were first spotted on Tuesday evening and soon officials

  • Restoration work continues on Notre Dame cathedral after fire
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    Restoration work continues on Notre Dame cathedral after fire

    Work to restore Notre Dame cathedral after a devastating fire destroyed the roof and the famous spire. New footage from inside the Paris landmark shows the extent of the damage three months after the fire.

  • Justin Rose looks to draw inspiration from England cricketers
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    Justin Rose looks to draw inspiration from England cricketers

    Justin Rose explains how he will look to draw inspiration from England's World Cup-winning cricketers during The Open at Royal Portrush.

  • OBR warns of no deal Brexit crash to economy
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    OBR warns of no deal Brexit crash to economy

    Robert Chote, the chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility, has warned that Britain's economy could be pushed into a recession in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

  • MPs vote to stop proroguing parliament
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    MPs vote to stop proroguing parliament

    MPs have voted in support of an amendment from Labour's Hilary Benn which seeks to strengthen measures designed to try and stop Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit.

  • Irish Scientists Encounter Dolphin That Suffered Severe Sunburn Off Kerry Coast
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    Irish Scientists Encounter Dolphin That Suffered Severe Sunburn Off Kerry Coast

    A bottlenose dolphin that survived being severely sunburned in 2016 was spotted by scientists on July 12 in Tralee Bay in County Kerry, Ireland. Spirtle, the name given to the Scottish female dolphin, was stranded out of water on mudflats for 24 hours in the Moray Firth in May 2016, RTE reported . Scientists

  • Woman Stops Bear's Attempt to Eat From Bird Feeder
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    Woman Stops Bear's Attempt to Eat From Bird Feeder

    A brazen bear’s attempt to eat from a bird feeder was thwarted by a courageous woman in Bethel, Maine, on July 17. Zach Louison recorded the video. He told Storyful the woman is his mother-in-law, and she was at her father’s house at the time. Louison added, “The young bears are hungry this time of year

  • Young Cyclist Smashes the #BottleCapChallenge With a Frisbee
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    Young Cyclist Smashes the #BottleCapChallenge With a Frisbee

    Cycling star Ruby Isaac smashed the #BottleCapChallenge from her bike saddle in Kettering, deftly knocking the cap off with a frisbee. After completing the challenge, she maneuvered her bike from her stationer roller trainer, and cycled towards the camera to give a jubilant thumbs-up. Isaac is just 11

  • MPs vote to stop proroguing parliament
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    MPs vote to stop proroguing parliament

    MPs have voted in support of an amendment from Labour's Hilary Benn which seeks to strengthen measures designed to try and stop Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit.

  • Sainsbury's teaches supermarket staff to use sign language
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    Sainsbury's teaches supermarket staff to use sign language

    Oscar winner Rachel Shenton, who signed her acceptance speech for The Silent Child, has helped with an initiative to teach supermarket staff how to use sign language.The Sainsbury’s store has been renamed “Signsbury’s” to highlight the initiative.

  • Cops Embrace Stereotype as They Practice for Donut-Eating Contest
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    Cops Embrace Stereotype as They Practice for Donut-Eating Contest

    Police officers in California embraced a certain stereotype associated with their profession as they trained for a donut-eating contest, scheduled for July 20. Footage from the Vacaville Police Department shows a number of officers attempting to gobble up donuts (without using their hands) at record

  • 9,000-Year-Old City Discovered Near Jerusalem
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    9,000-Year-Old City Discovered Near Jerusalem

    The Israel Antiquities Authority ( IAA ) said on Tuesday, July 16, that a 9,000-year-old neolithic settlement had been uncovered just outside Jerusalem. Excavations were carried out at the site after it was discovered during the construction of a new highway. The excavations “exposed large buildings,

  • Amber Rudd: Prorogation would be 'wrong move'
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    Amber Rudd: Prorogation would be 'wrong move'

    Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd says she has made it clear to both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt that proroguing parliament would be a 'wrong move', as she remains hopeful the new prime minister will be able to get a new deal from the EU in the way that Theresa May could not.

  • Mountain karting opens in Welsh quarry
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    Mountain karting opens in Welsh quarry

    The company behind the fastest zip line in the world and underground bouncy nets has just launched its latest attraction in time for summer 2019, the UK’s only mountain kart experience.The new attraction, Quarry Karts, is situated on the edge of the historic Penrhyn slate quarry and will allow visitors

  • Man jailed for stamping on 70-year-old woman and stealing her car
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    Man jailed for stamping on 70-year-old woman and stealing her car

    An aggressive thug who violently dragged a 70-year-old woman from her car, stamped on her legs and then drove off in her Mini Cooper in broad daylight has today been sentenced to four years imprisonment.Jason Rae, 49, and of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to robbery on 3rd May at Manchester Crown Court

  • The future classics you need to buy now
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    The future classics you need to buy now

    There are plenty of new cars available on the market today which are a must-have for collectors and enthusiasts in the future, and we’ve picked out some of the best that we’d try and grab before they disappear from the forecourt.

  • Iran and UK talk over solutions for tanker row
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    Iran and UK talk over solutions for tanker row

    Royal Gibraltar Police arrested the captain and his deputy on Thursday, while two second officers of the Grace 1 tanker were held on Friday.

  • Whales Put On Display for Watchers Off the Gold Coast
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    Whales Put On Display for Watchers Off the Gold Coast

    Whale watchers were treated to a spectacle off the Gold Coast on July 17, as one whale slapped its tail on the water and the other breached dramatically. David Jaeger, of Tweed Gold Coast Dive Charters , captured this video of the whales and posted it to Facebook with the caption: “People always ask

  • David Gauke concerned over proroguing parliament
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    David Gauke concerned over proroguing parliament

    David Gauke expressed concern over suggestions the next prime minister could prorogue parliament and force through a no deal Brexit, but avoided questions over whether he will take part in moves block it. The Justice Secretary said he would like to leave government in a 'smooth and orderly manner

  • Animation Studio Fire in Kyoto Leaves More Than 20 Dead
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    Animation Studio Fire in Kyoto Leaves More Than 20 Dead

    A massive fire tore through an animation studio in Kyoto, Japan, on July 18, killing more than 20 people and injuring around 40 more, the Japan Times reported . Local media said that emergency services were called to Kyoto Animation on Thursday morning. Police were quoted as saying a man had broken in

  • Policing minister reacts to record knife crime figures
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    Policing minister reacts to record knife crime figures

    Policing Minister Nick Hurd reacts to the latest crime figures, showing knife crime at a record high, up 8% from last year.

  • Ebola Outbreak in DRC Declared 'Public Health Emergency of International Concern'
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    Ebola Outbreak in DRC Declared 'Public Health Emergency of International Concern'

    The World Health Organization on July 17 declared the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo a public health emergency of international concern . It also said that delays in funding had hampered its ability to respond. At a high-level meeting in Geneva on July 15 to discuss the crisis