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UN Security council votes for new North Korea sanctions

The United Nations Security Council has implemented sanctions against North Korea after the country’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test. Imports of cru... read more

How Ollie and Harry spend their free time storming castles

Good weekend? Do anything nice with the children? These are questions you don’t really ask MacNeill and Vicki Ferguson unless you have plenty of time to liste... read more

Labour FAILS to defeat government’s EU repeal bill

Theresa May hailed an ‘historic’ moment tonight as Labour failed to defeat the government in the first vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill. The crucial l... read more

Who’s telling the truth? JAN MOIR’s view of ITV’s Liar

At first they seem like a dream couple, perhaps even made for each other. Teacher Laura has broken up with her childhood sweetheart and seems happy at the prosp... read more

‘No proof’ that the odd glass of wine harms your baby

There is little evidence having the occasional drink while pregnant does any harm to a baby, a review has concluded. Only last year, official government advice ... read more

Sordid texts NRL star send to his Penthouse Pet lover

An NRL star sent a series of sordid messages to his Penthouse Pet lover asking for group sex sessions with his teammates. Lingerie model and former X-rated stri... read more

Kmart changes plus-size label to ‘Fabulously Sized’

Kmart is banning the plus-size label from its stores and replacing it with ‘Fabulously Sized’ — but not everyone is pleased with the updated termi... read more

Shark, ‘Fluffy’, set for release from Sydney’s Manly Beach

A juvenile great white shark which forced swimmers to flee the water at a popular Sydney beach is set to be returned to the wild. The two-metre shark, nicknamed... read more

Electricians are earning £156,000 a year

Electricians are earning as much as £3,000 a week as they cash in on a chronic shortage of skilled workers across the country. That amounts to £156,000 a year... read more

Corbyn’s deputy John McDonnell wants violent uprising

John McDonnell’s campaign to seize power through ‘insurrection’ is exposed by the Daily Mail today. Labour’s Shadow Chancellor has spent... read more

Who’s who in the complicated family of William Tyrrell

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin says there is still a $1 million reward for information leading to William’s whereabouts The police officer spearhe... read more

Channel 4 News is rapped for its lack of accuracy

Broadcast incorrectly referred to the same person throughout the show Programme misidentified Abu Izzadeen as person responsible for attack Izzadeen was in pris... read more

Chelsea Clinton takes Charlotte to first day of preschool 

Chelsea Clinton was on mommy duty Monday morning, as she and one of her nannies headed out to take daughter Charlotte to her first day of the school. The three ... read more

NSW police renew appeal for William Tyrrell three years on

Police have not given up on the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell, as his family and foster family mark three years since he vanished. The... read more

Guardsman is arrested for threatening to kill ViP Pence

William Robert Dunbar of Berlin, New Jersey was charged with disorderly conducts and making terroristic towards Vice President Mike Pence  The 22-year-old Nati... read more

Brie Larson dons colorful ensembles at the TIFF

There was no missing Brie Larson at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday. The 27-year-old Oscar-winning actress stepped out in a variety of colorfu... read more

Jeff Sessions wants to give lie detector tests to aides

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has floated the idea of giving a polygraph test to every member of President Donald Trump’s national security staff in a le... read more

Richard Branson’s daughter bids a goodbye to her brother

Holly Branson wrote of the ‘unimaginable devastation’ on the British Virgin Islands as her brother, Sam, left to help the relief effort there Rich... read more

The metal springs that can give failing hearts a boost

Beat it: Innovative, new design could revive heart function, increasing cardio health A tiny metal spring that is implanted into the heart could revolutionise t... read more

Who says cake can’t be healthy?

We don’t eat cake to make us healthy, but most people want a birthday or special occasion to be marked with something indulgent. With the Great British Bake O... read more

Former coach Mike Ditka lashes out at 9/11 anthem protests

The first Sunday of the NFL season was marked by several anthem protests around the league, but it’s not yet known if Monday night’s Minnesota Vikin... read more

Two dead in Georgia as Hurricane Irma heads north

Two people have died in Georgia and the first person has been killed in South Carolina as a result of Hurricane Irma after the powerful storm hammered Florida. ... read more

‘Proof’ of Rohingya-set fires in Myanmar fails inspection

Myanmar’s government has found itself at the centre of an alleged fake news scandal surrounding its claims that Muslims are burning their own villages. Ea... read more

Harrison Ford jumps out his limo to clear a traffic jam

It seems his years playing action hero Indiana Jones have rubbed off on Harrison Ford. When faced with a long wait in a New York traffic jam, the veteran star l... read more