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February 3, 2018 11:13 PM Sheriff's deputy is suspended without pay after he 'removed a Nazi flag from private property of a white supremacist group'

A Pennsylvania sheriff's deputy has been suspended for removing a flag with a swastika on it that was flying on private property. Daniel Burnside, the director of the National Socialist Movement, told police that around 4pm a neighbor witnessed a deputy get out of a McKean County Sheriff's Department car and enter Burnside's property. The incident, which 31

January 29, 2018 7:27 AM Revealed: Abbott Government 'planned to cut Centrelink benefits for all people under 30'

Sensitive documents have revealed a proposal by former prime minister Tony Abbott to cut off anyone under the age of 30 from Centrelink. In 2014, the expenditure review committee approached then-social services minister Kevin Andrews with the idea of banning 'job snobs', according to cabinet papers obtained by the ABC. The committee was made up Mr Abbott 30

January 24, 2018 7:32 AM Uber driver smiles outside court as he pleads NOT guilty to negligent driving after a 30-year-old man was hit and killed by a bus when he 'fell out of hire car when it accelerated'

An Uber driver has smiled at reporters as he left court after pleading not guilty to negligent driving. Nazrul Islam, 31, was charged with negligent driving occasioning death after his passenger, a 30-year-old man, was killed in Sydney's centre in June 2017. Islam's lawyer Ali Cheema entered a plea of not guilty in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court 37

January 24, 2018 4:59 AM Newspapers threaten legal action for Worboys parole report

Two newspapers have threatened legal action if the Parole Board does not publish its reasons for agreeing to release convicted rapist John Worboys. If they do not release it within seven days, the papers have said they will apply for a judicial review. Both the board and Ministry of Justice said they are legally prohibited from disclosing Parole Board 44

January 15, 2018 11:55 AM Poor Ant and lucky Lisa: tabloids and PRs control Ant McPartlin’s divorce story

How do we feel about Ant McPartlin, the taller half of Ant ‘n’ Dec? The papers want us to sympathise with Ant, who’s filed for divorce from Lisa Armstrong after 11 years of marriage. The Mirror and Express lead with poor Ant: “Ant’s agony” (Express) and the “agony of Any” (Mirror). The Mirror says the “star looked exhausted and had a bandaged hand during 34

December 28, 2017 12:28 PM Zimbabwean family have been stuck in Bangkok airport for TWO MONTHS with fellow travellers giving their children Christmas presents in echo of film The Terminal

A Zimbabwean family has been marooned at Bangkok's main airport for two months drawing comparisons with the Tom Hanks film, The Terminal. The family of four adults and four children - who are aged between two and 11-years-old - have been trying to leave Thailand since late October. But they lack visas for onward travel, refuse to return to Zimbabwe and are denied 40

December 28, 2017 7:27 AM Myanmar releases journalists, staff arrested over drone

BANGKOK (AP) - Two journalists and their two local staff were released from a Myanmar prison Friday, two months after their arrest for allegedly flying a drone over the parliament. Singaporean Lau Hon Meng and Malaysian Mok Choy Lin were working for the Turkish state broadcaster TRT when they were arrested Oct. 27 in the capital, Naypitaw. A court on Thursday 27

December 27, 2017 12:41 PM Putin submits endorsement papers to election authorities in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has submitted his endorsement papers to election authorities. Mr Putin is running for his fourth term in office as an independent candidate. The law requires all independents to secure an endorsement from at least 500 people. If given the green light, the candidate will then be allowed to collect signatures necessary 27

December 17, 2017 9:24 AM Toff will have to pay ITV hundreds of thousands of pounds over next 45 days

The Devon star was crowned Queen of the Jungle after winning I'm A Celebrity Devon star Georgia Toffolo will have to pay ITV hundreds of thousands of pounds after she won I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here. According to The Mail On Sunday, a clause in the star's contract for appearing on the show gives ITV the right to claim 30 per cent of everything 35

December 16, 2017 5:01 PM Terrorist who mowed down and killed 14 people in Barcelona van attack is secretly buried in an unmarked grave in Morocco

The terrorist who mowed down and killed 14 people in Barcelona’s famous Las Ramblas in August has been secretly buried in an unmarked grave in Morocco. Younes Abouyaaqoub, 22, was buried with his terrorist brother Houssaine in their native city of Mrirt at the request of their family. Officials in Morocco are said to have approved the request but insisted 43