Ex-MP to be sued over alleged trust fund laundering 

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The solicitor nephew of Chris Hartcher is suing him for deceit.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:19 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald logo

Wildlife Photographer of the Year returns to Natural History Museum 

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The ever-popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition returns to the Natural History Museum next month ahead of a nationwide tour. Showcasing the world's best nature photography and photojournalism, this year's exhibition was revealed on Tuesday and shows underwater worlds, playful seals, nuzzling bears and sightings of a lynx and a bald eagle. The exhibition will open on October 20 and run until spring, and has been whittled down from almost 50,000 entries from across 92 countries. From this shortlist, the overall winners will be picked and announced at a ceremony at the museum just a few days earlier on October 17.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:18 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Apple to launch new smartphone TODAY - all you need to know about iPhone X 

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The apparent leak to two Apple-focused websites claimed to confirm the existence of the iPhone X... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:16 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

'Leeds United have got Elland Road on toast' - Birmingham City have their work cut out tonight 

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The Yorkshire Evening Post's Phil Hay provides an insight into what BCFC will encounter at Elland Road tonight... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:15 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

When are the storms going to hit Manchester? Here's what you need to know about tonight's weather forecast... 

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There could be powercuts, uprooted trees and travel disruption due to the weather... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:13 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Florida Governor Rick Scott: 'I just hope everyone survived' Hurricane Irma - as damage bill is expected to be in the billions 

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Florida woke up today to begin picking up the pieces after the monster Hurricane Irma left devastation across America's sunshine state. At least 10 people were killed in the storm that crashed onshore on the Florida Keys on Sunday morning as a Category 4 hurricane with 130 mph winds and gradually wore itself out as it wrought destruction along the state"s entire 400-mile coastline. "I just hope everyone survived," said Florida Governor Rick Scott, who claimed it was too early to put a cost on the damage that will certainly run into billions of pounds. Boats were cast ashore, and water, sewers and electricity were knocked out. "I don't think I saw one trailer park where almost everything wasn't overturned," he added. Overturned trailer homes are shown in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma (AP) "It"s horrible, what we saw," the governor said. "I know for our entire state, especially the Keys, it's going to be a long road." The authorities fear more people may have perished in the 24-hour nightmare. An aircraft carrier and several other Navy ships were sent to help the search-and-rescue operation last night. Blocked, waterlogged roads, enormous power outages and cut-off communications meant the full scale of the damage was still unclear early today. Six deaths in Florida have been blamed on Irma, along with three in Georgia and one in South Carolina. At least 35 people were killed in the Caribbean. Statewide, an estimated 13 million people, or two-thirds of Florida's population, remained without power. That's more than the population of New York and Los Angeles combined. Officials warned it could take weeks for electricity to be restored to everyone. While some residents returned nervously to see what became of their homes, more than 180,000 people still huddled in shelters. Irma weakened to a tropical storm and caused chaos in Georgia and South Carolina as it moved inland with winds still at about 50 mph. In a parting shot, it triggered severe flooding around Jacksonville in the state"s northeastern corner close to the Georgia line. The storm surge brought some of the worst flooding ever seen there, with at least 46 people pulled from swamped homes. Around the Tampa-St. Petersburg area, damage appeared relatively modest. Residents had braced for the first direct hit from a major hurricane since 1921. But by the time Irma arrived in the middle of the night yesterday, its winds were down to 100 mph or less. "When that sun came out this morning and the damage was minimal, it became a good day," said Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn. "What we thought was going to be a punch in the face was a glancing blow."... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:12 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Tokyo is now home to a karaoke-themed ferris wheel 

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Visitors who ride on Tokyo Dome City's Big-O can now quite literally take their singing to new heights.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:10 Categories: Mental Floss logo

A tour guide was fined US$1,530 for scaring polar bear 

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You might think a human would have more cause for being afraid of a bear than the other way round, but a tour guide in Norway has been fined £1,160 for scaring a polar bear in its natural habitat.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:09 Categories: The Independent logo

84-year-old man is world's oldest bodybuilder 

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He has been bodybuilding for 70 years.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:07 Categories: Inside Edition logo

This cafe lets you have coffee with Ryan Gosling every day 

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A cafe in West Hollywood is giving people a taste of what it's like to have coffee face to face with Ryan Gosling.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:05 Categories: HuffPost logo

Want to stay where Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Book? 

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Literary aficionados will be hard-pushed to find a London hotel room with more cultural cachet than this.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:04 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Advice to cut all drinking during pregnancy based on 'generally weak' evidence 

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Researchers found very little evidence that light drinking in pregnancy causes harm to babies.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:02 Categories: Press Association logo

'Hypnobirthing helped me stay positive, even when my labour went wrong' 

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On a cold, cloudy Saturday morning last December, my daughter was born. All things considered, it wasn't the most fun of evenings - ending, as dawn broke after three days in hospital, in an emergency Caesarean section.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:53:01 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Regular bleach use is being linked to increased risk of this disease 

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People who regularly use bleach when cleaning could be increasing their risk of developing a potentially fatal lung disease, according to a new study.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:58 Categories: Huffington Post UK logo

Denise Welch, 59, is the picture of body confidence in a red bikini 

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The former Loose Women star has spoken extensively about her belief in promoting body positivity... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:57 Categories: Mirror logo

Cristiano Ronaldo's mum shares the cutest photo of the footballer's twins 

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Cristiano Ronaldo's mum Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro has shared the cutest Instagram photo of the footballer's newborn twins Eva and Mateo... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:55 Categories: Hello! logo

Palace sack manager de Boer after just four Premier League games 

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Crystal Palace have sacked manager Frank de Boer after just five games in charge following the south London side's latest Premier League defeat . De Boer arrived at Selhurst Park in the summer after signing a three-year contract when he took over from Sam Allardyce. The Dutchman came under increasing pressure after his short-lived reign ended with a fourth straight Premier League defeat away to Burnley on Sunday before the club lost faith in the ...... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:54 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Popular Emmerdale star set to make a return to the show 

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A popular Emmerdale actress is set to return to the show in the near future following her exit from the ITV soap earlier in the year after Strictly Come Dancing.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:52 Categories: Hello! logo

Briton 'almost killed' by washing machine as Irma hit British Virgin Islands 

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A British mother has said she narrowly avoided being killed by a washing machine as her home was battered by Hurricane Irma.... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:50 Categories: Sky News logo

MoD paid £750k on legal fees denying responsibility for soldier deaths 

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Freedom of information request reveals cost incurred contesting bereaved families' claims MoD had a duty of care to those killed in Snatch Land Rovers... read more
12. syyskuuta 2017 11:52:48 Categories: The Guardian logo
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