Fears Bali volcano could erupt 

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<p>Australia has issued a new travel advisory for Bali as experts warn the island's enormous volcano, Mt Agung, could erupt soon.</p>... read more
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ASX lifted by banks 

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Australian stocks closed higher to gain back some of yesterday's losses, but still finished the week down 0.2%. Today's scoreboard. ASX 200. 5,682.10 +26.68 (+0.47%)... read more
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Emma Stone began therapy aged seven 

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La La Land actress Emma Stone has revealed she underwent therapy at the age of seven for severe anxiety and panic attacks.... read more
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Joyce says North Korea bomb would be 'crazy' 

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Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says he is worried for the region after North Korea threatened to test launch a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean.... read more
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Motorist 'let child on lap steer while drink-driving' 

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A man has been charged with multiple driving offences and resisting arrest after allegedly being caught allowing a child on his lap to steer in busy traffic.... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:43:53 Categories: 9News.com.au logo

Blood cancer: The symptoms you need to be aware of 

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#MakeBloodCancerVisible... read more
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Amal Clooney returns to work three months after welcoming twins 

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The human rights attorney returned work at the United Nations on September 21, three months after she and George Clooney welcomed their twins.... read more
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Amir Khan REJECTS Faryal Makhdoom's pleas to save relationship and confirms they WILL divorce 

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Amir has poured water on her hopes of a fresh start... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:28:34 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Liverpool transfer rumours - Naby Keita's team-mate may come with HUGE release clause 

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A round-up of the latest Liverpool transfer gossip... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:28:32 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Top stories from Britain and around the world - What will be in Theresa May's big Brexit speech? 

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Top stories from Britain and around the world... read more
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Halloween stunt showing 'decapitated man' triggers 911 calls 

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A scarily realistic Halloween display of a decapitated man crushed by a garage door sparked panic in the US. Tennessee police officers urged people to stop calling 911 after finding the blood-splattered puppet stuffed with straw. Greene County police department said it had received calls about a "suspicious person lying in a driveway with bloody handprints on the garage". The department said terrified neighbours should congratulate the homeowner "on a great display" instead of calling the police. It wrote on Facebook: "ATTENTION EVERYONE!!! For those of you driving on Chuckey Pike in Greene County: THIS IS A HALLOWEEN DECORATION! "Do NOT call 911 reporting a dead body. Instead, congratulate the homeowner on a great display." The post, which carries an image of the realistic display, has been shared more than 6,000 times. One user commented: "Literally congratulations to these people making something look so real!" Read more Woman takes bags of Halloween leftover sweets meant for children And another said: "[This is] how you know your Halloween decorations are good." But not everyone was impressed by the display. One Facebook user wrote: "What kind of picture does this paint for young children?" Other users questioned why such decorations were appearing in September, with one commenter adding: "A little early for Halloween decor ain't it?"... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:28:27 Categories: Evening Standard logo

The EU suppressed a 300-page piracy study 

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The European Commission paid ?360,000 ($541,980) for a study on how piracy impacts the sales of copyrighted music, books, video games and movies.&nbsp;... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:15:14 Categories: Gizmodo Australia logo

Pat Cummins to return home after India ODI series 

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Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins will miss the three-match Twenty20 series against India to keep him fresh for the Ashes against England later this year, Cricket Australia said on Friday.... read more
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Thurston answers grand final comeback rumours 

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First Matt Scott got some happy news, now JT is smiling.... read more
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Kim calls Trump a 'dotard.' What does that mean? 

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump a "dotard" in response to Trump's speech on Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly.&nbsp;... read more
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Paralympian pleads with thieves to return stolen bike 

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Australian wheelchair basketball Paralympian Shelley Chaplin wants thieves who stole her custom-made handcycle to return it, saying it's of no value to anyone else.... read more
22. syyskuuta 2017 12:15:04 Categories: ABC News logo

Top 5 things Brummies would love about New York 

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From May 2018, a Primera Air flight to New York will depart from Birmingham daily... read more
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Marko Grujic ready to show Klopp he's ready for the biggest Liverpool games 

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Serbian midfielder believes he can make the step up to more regular first team football at Anfield... read more
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A Certain Ratio have turned their albums into an army of beautiful butterflies 

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The Manchester band are releasing a signed limited edition run of special prints marking every album release... read more
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One hundred days on from the Grenfell Tower disaster, a look back at key events since the fire 

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Flames ripped through Grenfell Tower on June 14 leaving around 80 people dead in a tragedy that rocked the capital. 153 survivors are still living in hotels and 330 organisations face criminal charges over the blaze. The Evening Standard looks back at 100 days since the fire: June 14 12.54am London Fire Brigade responds to calls of a huge inferno at Grenfell Tower in west London. Crews race to the site within six minutes and battle to reach trapped residents as flames rip through the 24-storey building. Horrified witnesses reported seeing some people jump from the high-rise and others "disappear" as huge flames reached their windows. Flames tore through the 24-storey tower (Jeremy Selwyn) 8am LFB confirmed 50 people had been taken to hospital following the blaze and said there were "a number of fatalities". London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton described the blaze as "unprecedented", with more than 250 firefighters and 40 fire engines attending the scene. Support: Mourners hug in the shadow of the burnt-out tower block (Getty Images) 9.45am Firefighters desperately battled to reach the 21st floor. as rumours emerged residents had been told to stay in their flats. Sadiq Khan called for "questions to be answered" amid rumours residents had been told to stay in their flats. Temporary shelters were opened for the homeless as volunteers handed out food and water to those affected. Names of the dead and missing began to emerge in a desperate hunt for loved ones. 12 noon The Prime Minister makes a statement expressing her sadness at the "tragic loss of life" and orders a cross-Whitehall meeting to deal with the disaster. 4pm Kensington and Chelsea Tenant management Organisation admit knowledge of residents' concerns over the safety of the building. 5pm Firefighters finally reach the top floor of Grenfell Tower after battling broken gas pipes. Some have been working for almost 24 hours and are applauded as they pass through the cordon. 12 people are confirmed dead and the death toll is expected to rise. 9pm vigil for the victims is held at Notting Hill Methodist Church in west London, in the shadow burning tower. Survivors spend the night in shelters while Adele is spotted visiting the scene. June 15 Video not available for syndication Prime Minister Theresa May on 'very good' Grenfell meeting Theresa May orders a full public enquiry into the blaze. Volunteers flock to the scene with food, clothes and blankets for survivors. June 19 A minute's silence is held across the UK and emergency crews work to establish a death toll which stands at around 79. June 22 Video not available for syndication Council leader quits over Grenfell Tower disaster Kensington and Chelsea Council chief Nicholas Holgate quits over the fire after communities and local government secretary, had "required the leader of the council to seek my resignation". He said: "Serving the families so desperately affected by the heartbreaking tragedy at Grenfell Tower remains the highest priority of the council. "Despite my wish to have continued, in very challenging circumstances, to lead on the executive responsibilities of the council, I have decided that it is better to step down from my role, once an appropriate successor has been appointed." June 23 Police confirm the fire started in a faulty fridge as it emerges cladding and insulation fails safety tests. July 2 Tenants illegally sub-letting in the tower are made exempt from prosecution while mourners and families of the missing gather and lay tributes daily at the scene. July 5 A taskforce is launched to run the Kensington and Chelsea Council. July 8 The Fire Brigade announce the minimum number of crews sent to high rise towers will be increased. July 10 Police confirm 255 of 300 people believed to have been in the tower escaped. Scotland Yard said they still believed that around 80 people were dead or missing, despite suggestions from some independent experts that the death toll could be over 100. "Stay Put" advice given to those trapped in the block would be examined by the criminal investigation into the fire, along with the cladding and fire exits, detectives said. June 14 Hundreds of people join a silent march a month on from the blaze. July 19 Video not available for syndication Grenfell Tower council boss heckled at meeting 1,500 sign a petition calling for the elected leadership of Kensington and Chelsea council to resign before the first full cabinet meeting after the blaze. Leader of Kensington & Chelsea Council Elizabeth Campbell (Victoria Jones/PA) Elizabeth Campbell is elected as new leader of the council and is immediately heckled by protesters who stormed the town hall. Addressing survivors in the chamber during the meeting, Cllr Campbell said: "I am deeply sorry for the grief and trauma that you are suffering. "I am truly sorry that we did not do more to help you when you needed it the most." July 27 Video not available for syndication Reasonable grounds to suspect corporate manslaughter, say Grenfell Tower police The Scotland Yard investigation into the fire said there was "reasonable grounds" to suspect the council and the Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation that managed the tower block of corporate manslaughter. August 1 Elaine Elkington is named as new leader of Kensington & Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO). She is immediately branded "crass" for failing to mention the tragedy in her first public statement. August 23 Council chiefs are stripped of the responsibility of 10,000 homes on the Lancaster Estate. August 24 Kensington and Chelsea Council pledges £76.5m on rehoming survivors, 13 of which had been placed in temporary accommodation. August 25 A total of 228 high-rise buildings are found to have failed government tests over fire safety. New measures were introduced on the worst performing buildings to prevent another disaster. Carnival-goers observe a minute's silence. (PA) August 28 Doves are released at the opening of Notting Hill Carnival in tribute to the victims as the parade takes place in the shadow of the charred block. Video not available for syndication Doves released to honour Grenfell victims as Notting Hill Carnival begins September 2 Stars including Mo Farah and Damien Lewis descend on Queen's Park for a charity football match dubbed Game 4 Grenfell. Four former residents took to the pitch after 80 minutes to a standing ovation. Hundreds more victims and those affected locally who were given free tickets to the match. Team Les Ferdinand beat Team Alan Shearer 5 -3. Funds raised from the game - expected to be well over £200,000 - were planned to be distributed to survivors through the London Community Foundation and the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, and towards community projects. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has promised to double the amount raised. September 14 Video not available for syndication Heckles as Grenfell Tower inquiry chairman concludes opening statement An inquiry into the disaster is opened by Sir Martin Moore-Bick. The former Court of Appeal judge promised not to "shrink" from making any damning findings or recommendations which could lead to criminal charges against individuals or organisations. He also announced that assessors will be appointed to advise him but ruled out survivors appearing on the panel. A minute's silence was held for the victims. Video not available for syndication Grenfell disaster inquiry chairman vows probe 'can and will provide answers' September 19 Police confirm 330 organisations are being investigated as part of a criminal probe into the blaze. Senior officers said that each organisation had been involved in either the construction, refurbishment or management of the building. Eight people are also b... read more
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