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Sydney stabbing: One woman is killed as knifeman goes on rampage 13 Aug 11:28pm Updated Sydney stabbing: One woman is killed as knifeman goes on rampage
A 21-year-old Sydney man with a history of mental illness is believed to have killed a woman of around the same age in a residential unit before going on the rampage across the city centre.
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Tech giants urged to hand over data on how children use the internet to help research 13 Aug 10:29pm Updated Tech giants urged to hand over data on how children use the internet to help research
British research looking at links between internet use and mental health is held back by a lack of accurate data showing which websites children use and how long they spend online (stock image).
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Nora Quoirin was found near a waterfall on SECOND search of area 13 Aug 9:54pm Nora Quoirin was found near a waterfall on SECOND search of area
The unsuccessful first search for Nora Quoirin (pictured) will inevitably raise questions about why the British teen's naked body was not found sooner.
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£2MILLION paid to motorists who cars were damaged by potholes last year 13 Aug 9:00pm £2MILLION paid to motorists who cars were damaged by potholes last year
Almost 700,000 potholes were reported by motorists for repair on England's crumbling roads last year. Figures show complaints to local authorities jumped by 13 per cent on the year before.
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Heatwave boosted visits to art galleries and museums in 2018 13 Aug 8:49pm Heatwave boosted visits to art galleries and museums in 2018
Galleries and museums saw a 6% increase in visitors on 2017. The Tate Modern in London displaced the British Museum as top attraction for the first time in a decade.
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Labour would make students apply for university after A-level results are announced 13 Aug 8:40pm Labour would make students apply for university after A-level results are announced
Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner said the proposed change would be fairer to Britain's poorer students, who were more likely to get under-ambitious predicted grades.
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Neighbours of Arsenal star Mesut Özil employ ex-Gurkhas to protect them from violent crime 13 Aug 8:28pm Neighbours of Arsenal star Mesut Özil employ ex-Gurkhas to protect them from violent crime
Özil's neighbours near Hampstead Heath, North London pay thousands each year for the services of LCS Security. But Özil uses rival security firm So Solid Security Services (pictured, the boss).
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Archbishop of Canterbury may testify at inquiry into claims of abuse at Christian holiday camps  13 Aug 8:24pm Archbishop of Canterbury may testify at inquiry into claims of abuse at Christian holiday camps 
The Church of England launched an inquiry into claims of sadistic abuse at Christian holiday camps where the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby once worked.
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Volunteer ambulance service driver gets parking fine for picking up a patient at an NHS hospital 13 Aug 8:05pm Volunteer ambulance service driver gets parking fine for picking up a patient at an NHS hospital
Julie Hyde, 62, from Allenby in West Cumbria, parked her Volkswagen Tiguan in a reserved bay at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle after checking with reception staff she was allowed to do so.
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Academic underachievers lured to degrees in football, make-up and golf management  13 Aug 6:42pm Academic underachievers lured to degrees in football, make-up and golf management 
Universities have been criticised for offering dozens of 'Mickey Mouse' degrees to pupils who under-achieve in their A-levels this week. Students can now opt to study children's books.
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Defence Secretary Ben Wallace: Veterans who served in the Troubles should face no further inquiries 13 Aug 5:55pm Defence Secretary Ben Wallace: Veterans who served in the Troubles should face no further inquiries
Former Scots Guard Ben Wallace (pictured), who served in Northern Ireland, said ex-soldiers should be enjoying their retirement - not suffering the 'trauma' of investigators knocking on the door.
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Led Zeppelin star Jimmy Page loses another planning battle over garden trellis 13 Aug 5:01pm Led Zeppelin star Jimmy Page loses another planning battle over garden trellis
Page formally objected to plans submitted by Sir Harvey McGrath to build the low structure in the back garden of his £13million mansion in Holland Park, London.
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Prince Andrew boards private jet at Aberdeen airport as he cuts Balmoral stay short 13 Aug 3:12pm Updated Prince Andrew boards private jet at Aberdeen airport as he cuts Balmoral stay short
The Duke of York was due to spend the whole week at the Queen's Scottish estate, but was pictured boarding the private jet this afternoon.
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Nora Quoirin: Body found in hunt for missing British teen in Malaysia 13 Aug 1:14pm Updated Nora Quoirin: Body found in hunt for missing British teen in Malaysia
The discovery was made by a member of the public on the tenth day of an intensive search of the area surrounding the eco-resort where she was on holiday.
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Travel experts flew on a private Hahn Air jet for LESS than the cost of a trip with RYANAIR 13 Aug 12:42pm Updated Travel experts flew on a private Hahn Air jet for LESS than the cost of a trip with RYANAIR
Michele Robson and Paul Khosla from flight tips site Turning Left For Less snagged a trip on a private jet from Luxembourg for just £250 each - exclaiming that they 'felt like celebrities'.
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Extinction Rebellion mob throw red paint and daub messages on Brazilian embassy 13 Aug 12:11pm Updated Extinction Rebellion mob throw red paint and daub messages on Brazilian embassy
The protests by 'the Snowflakes' - a group associated with the eco-anarchists - blockaded the embassy, spray-painting messages and dousing the building in paint (pictured).
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Ben Goldsmith reveals trolls are targeting him over death of his daughter 13 Aug 12:10pm Updated Ben Goldsmith reveals trolls are targeting him over death of his daughter
The millionaire financier (pictured with his daughter) discovered 'countless, appallingly upsetting tweets' involving Iris, who died in a quad bike accident at his farm in Somerset.
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Generation X now in their 40s and 50s are most likely to die from suicide 13 Aug 11:36am Updated Generation X now in their 40s and 50s are most likely to die from suicide
The research shows the age at which people are likeliest to die from drugs is 44. Analysts believe continued hard drug use into middle age is partly responsible for the shift in the age of those dying.
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Boris Johnson becomes first Prime Minister to visit a prison in seven years as he tours HMP Leeds 13 Aug 11:03am Updated Boris Johnson becomes first Prime Minister to visit a prison in seven years as he tours HMP Leeds
During a demonstration of an £80,000 torso scanner he was shown a body image showing a Kinder Egg secreted inside a prisoner, which had been later found to contain tobacco.
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Missing Vietnamese schoolgirl Linh Thi Dieu Le is found safe and well 13 Aug 10:54am Updated Missing Vietnamese schoolgirl Linh Thi Dieu Le is found safe and well
Missing Vietnamese schoolgirl Linh Thi Dieu Le, 15 (pictured), has been found at a nail bar called I Nails UK in Staffordshire after she vanished on a day trip to the North Yorkshire city last week.
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Isabel dos Santos is revealed as owner of £13m Kensington home at centre of neighbour fury 13 Aug 10:53am Isabel dos Santos is revealed as owner of £13m Kensington home at centre of neighbour fury
Isabel dos Santos (pictured with Harvey Weinstein), the eldest child of Angola's former president, plans to demolish the London house and rebuild it as an 'iceberg' mansion.
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Retired policeman, 64, appears in court charged with raping a woman multiple times 13 Aug 10:52am Retired policeman, 64, appears in court charged with raping a woman multiple times
Former Sergeant Derek Seeking, from Farnborough, stands accused of raping the same woman seven times between 1994 and 2000 including on one occasion while he was on duty.
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Scientist jumps off Itchen Bridge after splitting from fiancee 13 Aug 10:50am Scientist jumps off Itchen Bridge after splitting from fiancee
Brendan Neville drove his motorbike to the Itchen Bridge - which connects Itchen to Southampton - at around 6am on February 6 before hurdling the railings and throwing himself over the edge.
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Camden stabbing: Hunt for knifeman after fatal attack in north London estate 13 Aug 9:58am Updated Camden stabbing: Hunt for knifeman after fatal attack in north London estate
The teenager died on an estate in Camden after he was stabbed to death in the street in north London and police this morning launched a murder investigation.
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Driver is jailed for 24 weeks after running over and killing great-grandfather, 73 13 Aug 9:39am Driver is jailed for 24 weeks after running over and killing great-grandfather, 73
Zac Baker, 23, had gone home from work for lunch when he knocked over Steve Phillips (left), 73, as the 'beloved grampy' stood next to his car on a street in Swansea.
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High-fat food turns off a signal in the brain that tells you when you are full  13 Aug 9:27am High-fat food turns off a signal in the brain that tells you when you are full 
The study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation suggests a previously unknown gut-brain connection that helps explain how extra servings lead to weight gain.
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Stephen Carl Smith jailed for shaking baby so violently he gave her brain damage 13 Aug 9:18am Updated Stephen Carl Smith jailed for shaking baby so violently he gave her brain damage
Sophie Reed and Luke Taylor of Pembrokeshire left Bayleigh-Lee (pictured here aged three) with Stephen Smith, 28, who shook the five-month-old so badly she was left with catastrophic brain damage.
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Nigel Farage criticises Prince Charles again and refuses to back down in royal row 13 Aug 8:34am Updated Nigel Farage criticises Prince Charles again and refuses to back down in royal row
The Brexit Party leader has doubled down and mocked the Prince of Wales, who he calls 'Charlie boy', for telling a 2008 EU summit that the North Polar ice cap could disappear by 2015.
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Jealous boyfriend beat mother with metal gym weight for two hours after Facebook row 13 Aug 7:16am Updated Jealous boyfriend beat mother with metal gym weight for two hours after Facebook row
Richard Wilson, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, flew into a rage in May after noticing girlfriend Jenna Goddard had deleted four friends from her social media account.
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UK weather: Warnings of heavy rain and gales set to wash out this weekend 13 Aug 6:01am UK weather: Warnings of heavy rain and gales set to wash out this weekend
The Met Office expects this week to remain 'unsettled and changeable', with low pressure coming in from the Atlantic set to leave this weekend wet and miserable.
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Poundland to sell items for 50p and 75p while charging up to £4 for others in trial 13 Aug 5:42am Poundland to sell items for 50p and 75p while charging up to £4 for others in trial
The budget store, which has 300 UK shops and employs 2,000 people, is trying to shed its reputation as a 'single price retailer' - although three out of four products will still be sold for £1.
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Green MP apologises after naming all-female Cabinet and choosing only white colleagues 13 Aug 5:14am Updated Green MP apologises after naming all-female Cabinet and choosing only white colleagues
The Brighton MP was given a somewhat painful lesson in political correctness yesterday when forced to apologise for her list of women after it was pointed out that everyone on it was white.
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Labour gets roasting from countryside groups after declaring war on grouse shooting 13 Aug 4:46am Updated Labour gets roasting from countryside groups after declaring war on grouse shooting
The Labour Party has claimed the financial benefits of hunting grouse in rural parts of the UK are outweighed by the environmental cost.
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Hunt for teenage yobs after thug kicks a dog hard in the ribs 13 Aug 3:05am Updated Hunt for teenage yobs after thug kicks a dog hard in the ribs
The footage shows two teenage thugs tease the dog with a ball before one of them kicks the animal in the ribs in an unprovoked attack in Inchyra Park, Grangemouth, Falkirk, Scotland on July 25.
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Ban hands-free calls in the car: MPs call for prosecution of drivers who use kits to chat at wheel 13 Aug 2:26am Updated Ban hands-free calls in the car: MPs call for prosecution of drivers who use kits to chat at wheel
The Commons transport committee warns that current laws give the 'misleading impression' that hands-free use is safe. MPs demand that ministers look at extending the current legislation.
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