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March 1, 2018 7:04 AM Is your address right for your lifestyle? Australians rank the top suburbs for families, singles and 'vibrancy'

When looking for a new home, understanding and researching the lifestyle typical to those living in a particular suburb is crucial. If this step isn't taken, many people move into their dream house only to discover the suburb they're in clashes with their way of living. So to help people avoid this, Rent.com.au gathered review data from more than 50,000 residents 35

March 1, 2018 7:01 AM Driver freed after two cars crash on A19 south of York

A DRIVER had to be freed from a car after two vehicles crashed on the A19 south of York this morning. The collision, involving a Ford Focus and a Ford Fiesta, happened between Crockey Hill and Deighton. North Yorkshire Police said it received a report about the crash at about 5.40am. A spokeswoman for the force added: "One driver trapped and freed from vehicle 29

March 1, 2018 3:47 AM Action replay! Sports Illustrated shares new video angle of Ashley Graham twerking in thong bikini after fellow plus-size model scorns her moves

Just like in football, a video replay from a new angle was required to settle a foul call. Sports Illustrated shared a second video from a new angle on Ashley Graham twerking in a thing bikini, after her moves were scorned by fellow plus size model Toccara Jones. TMZ had asked the so-called 'Queen of Thickness' what she thought of Ashley's original efforts 22

March 1, 2018 3:03 AM Do you need to throw away your rockmelon? The simple checks to make sure your fruit is safe to eat

Australians have been urged to throw out their rockmelons after a listeria outbreak linked to the fruit left two people dead in New South Wales. Eight other elderly people across NSW, Victoria and Queensland have also been diagnosed after eating the fruit bought between January 17 and February 9. The outbreak has led to authorities urging people not to eat the melon 29

February 28, 2018 3:11 PM 7 suspected illegal immigrants arrested at South Marston DHL depot

MORE than half a dozen suspected illegal immigrants have been taken into custody - after a police operation at a South Marston depot. Officers were sent to the DHL depot on the South Marston Industrial Estate just after 8am this morning. Police arrested seven people on suspicion of entering the UK illegally. Another man was arrested on suspicion of aiding 21

February 28, 2018 12:11 PM All outpatient appointments at Southend Hospital have been cancelled this afternoon

All outpatient appointments planned for this afternoon at Southend University have been cancelled. Clinicians have taken this decision to reduce the risk to patients who would have to travel in potentially unsafe conditions. If patients are already on their way to the hospital for appointments they will be seen. Planned surgery for this afternoon is unaffected 26

February 28, 2018 9:10 AM Chelsea and Thibaut Courtois put contract talks on hold as Real Madrid eye bid for Belgian goalkeeper

Chelsea will delay their contract talks with Thibaut Courtois until after their games against Barcelona and Leicester. The Belgian goalkeeper was expected to hold talks with the Blues during February amid interest in him from Real Madrid, but no discussions have taken place with just one day of the month left. Courtois' contract runs out in the summer 67

February 27, 2018 1:45 PM Snow shuts Sandwich Technology and Sir Roger Manwoods Schools

Secondary schools in Sandwich will close early today to ensure students can get home safely. Sandwich Technology School and Sir Roger Manwood's Grammar School have taken the joint decision to end lessons by 2pm. It comes after heavy snowfall is expected to fall in both the Dover and Thanet areas after 3pm which could hinder people's chances of getting 35

February 27, 2018 12:20 PM 4G, 3G connection problems now resolved, say EE

EE Network issues should have now been resolved according to a new statement from EE. “We’ve fixed a technical issue that affected mobile internet services for some of our customers this morning. "All services are now being restored for our customers and should be back to normal soon. "We’d like to thank our customers for their patience while we fixed 156

February 27, 2018 11:15 AM UK politicians hatch plans to bring equal marriage to Northern Ireland

Lawmakers in the UK Parliament are working on two legislative plans to bring equal marriage to Northern Ireland. Following the collapse of Northern Ireland’s devolved power-sharing government, campaigners on the region have said that responsibility for bringing about equal marriage now lies with the UK Parliament. Lawmakers are currently drawing up two separate 40