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June 18, 2018 6:08 AM Baby elephant takes first steps in NSW zoo

An Asian elephant has taken her first steps after being born at a NSW zoo. The female calf was born to dotting mother Porntip at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo late last week and took her first steps an hour after entering the world. "The calf is very, very strong and she is doing very well," elephant keeper Bradd Johnston said on Monday 4

June 18, 2018 12:58 AM Wallaby Coleman still a chance for Sydney

Robust Wallabies lock Adam Coleman remains in contention to play in the deciding rugby Test against Ireland on Saturday, despite copping a head knock in Saturday's loss in Melbourne. Coleman has posted a picture on his Instagram account that showed the swelling on his cheekbone has reduced significantly, but he may need to go through HIA protocols this week before

June 17, 2018 5:21 PM Angelina Jolie visits children and families in Iraqi camp for 33,000 refugees fleeing war in Syria

A day after walking bombed out streets of war-torn Mosul, Angelina Jolie toured a refugee camp holding 33,000 refugees as a result of seven-year conflict in Syria. The Hollywood star called the scene of destruction in Iraq as 'the worst' she's ever seen during her 17-year humanitarian work with United Nations. 'This is the worst devastation I have seen in all my years

June 17, 2018 1:42 PM Male cyclist remains in serious condition after being hit by car outside Sainsbury's

A cyclist remains in a serious condition in hospital - one week after being hit by a car outside a retail park. Police launched an appeal for dashcam footage following the collision between the red and silver Apollo bicycle and black Audi in Ashford last Sunday. The incident happened just before 5pm near the Sainsbury's Bybrook store at the junction 7

June 17, 2018 1:22 PM Police search for men after noxious substance attack in east London

Officers want to speak to William Deo, 20, and Gavin Okwu-Brewis, 29, and warn members of the public not to approach them. Police are now searching for two men in connection with the attack, which took place on Wednesday at 10pm in the Ilford area. In a statement, officers said they wanted to speak to William Deo, 20, and Gavin Okwu-Brewis, 29, and have warned 7

June 16, 2018 4:05 PM Sinn Fein members back liberalising abortion law in change to party's policy

Delegates at a party conference said the procedure should be provided through a GP-led service for a "limited gestational period". Delegates at an annual party conference in Belfast said the procedure should be provided through a GP-led service for a "limited gestational period". They also decided abortion should be available where a woman's life, health 8

June 15, 2018 11:17 AM Charlotte Crosby Removes The Last Remains Of Stephen Bear Relationship: "Time To Die Fishy!"

Charlotte Crosby got the ‘fishy’ tattoo on her MTV show ‘Just Tattoo Of Us’ when she was in a relationship with Stephen Bear and he co-hosted. Since their break-up and Bear leaving the show, Charlotte has been getting both tattoos that Bear picked out for her lasered off. Watch Charlotte Crosby get her 'fishy' Stephen Bear tattoo removed >>> One being 9

June 15, 2018 12:59 AM Orphan, 10, who has lived most of his life in Glasgow faces deportation to Georgia after his mother died before her asylum claim was processed

A schoolboy who has lived most of his life in Glasgow is facing deportation after his mother died before her asylum claim was processed. Church of Scotland minister Reverend Brian Casey launched a petition to help keep Giorgi Kakava in Scotland on Thursday, with more than 50,000 people having signed it in the last three days. The youngster was just three

June 9, 2018 10:21 AM Maidstone: A20 Ashford Road reopens after lorry sheds load of carcasses

A spillage of animal carcasses forced the closure of a main route in both directions. Police were called to the A20 Ashford Road, near Bearsted, shortly before 9.30am after a lorry shed part of its load, believed to be animal remains. The Maidstone-bound carriageway has now reopened between Eyhorne Street, near the Great Danes Hotel, and a roundabout 12

June 8, 2018 7:01 AM Special event will honour fire victims a year on since the disaster of Grenfell Tower

ONE of the worst fires this country has witnessed will be commemorated next week as aA vigil will take place in Swindon next week to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire. The event will be held at 6pm on Thursday at the Cenotaph in Regent Circus to remember the 71 people who died in the fire in London. Organised by the Swindon People’s 5