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This August marks five years of the Rohingya exodus from Myanmar
HARD-PRESSED care staff at a North Yorkshire care provider are getting a helping hand to cope with the ongoing cost-of-living crisis.
Kyra Hill, who would have turned 12 on Thursday, died after going missing at Liquid Leisure, near Windsor, on August 6.
North Yorkshire has seen a rise of fuel thefts this year amid cost of living crisis.
This is the bizarre moment a repairman's leg crashed through the ceiling of a shop in front of shocked staff in Jiangsu, China on August 9.
Conservative leadership candidate Liz Truss is asked if she still believes British workers need "more graft" after a leaked audio recording revealed the foreign secretary say that British workers lacked the "skill and application" of foreign rivals.Source: Sky News
Rail workers, waste collectors, NHS staff and postal workers are all expected to walk out over pay and conditions.
Eric Trump has claimed on air that his dad was the 'first president in history that didn't start a war'.Source: NewsMax
Former president’s long-time financial chief pleads guilty following years-long tax probe
AFTER months of delays for Island families, it's good news as move in day looms closer at Branstone Farm.
The Halliday Foundation said it was providing the services to help struggling families amid the cost-of-living crisis.
Liz Truss rejected a plea to restore the abortion ban in Northern Ireland while Rishi Sunak vowed to be "much tougher" on the benefits system in the latest Conservative Party hustings in Belfast. Meanwhile, Mr Sunak promised to "get people off benefits and into work", telling the audience: "If there are hours to do, if there is a job going, people should have to take the job as opposed to just being able to stay on benefits."
Although A-level grades received by UK students are down on the past two years, they remain higher than pre-pandemic levels. Hundreds of thousands of pupils across England, Wales and Northern Ireland got results on Thursday, having sat exams for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak.
This correspondent has an amusing take on the Six Wonders of the Isle of Wight, which adorn souvenirs so popular with visitors.
'Strictly Come Dancing' winner Rose Ayling-Ellis has quit 'EastEnders' to embrace "new challenges" as she looks to move on after two years in Albert Square.
Greek authorities say two sailboats carrying dozens of migrants have arrived on a southern Greek island early, with the first running aground on rocks
Rail passengers face travel misery on Thursday as thousands of workers stage strikes in long-running disputes over pay, jobs and conditions.
The drills come amid fears of a nuclear disaster at the Zaporizhzhia plant
High-achieving students from Tauheedul Islam Girls’ High School and Sixth Form College are celebrating A-Level success.