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EasyJet resumes flying with COVID-19 measures in place

EasyJet took to the skies again today for the first time since its planes were grounded on March 30 – with passengers facing a raft of new coronavirus safety measures including mandatory face masks and an alcohol ban.  The first flight, from London Gatwick to Glasgow, left at 6.53am for a scheduled arrival in Scotland […]

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Donald Trump’s niece has written ‘harrowing and salacious book’ confirming she leaked his tax return

Donald Trump‘s niece has reportedly written a ‘harrowing and salacious’ book about her uncle in which she details how and why she leaked family tax information to the New York Times – and delves into family feuds. Mary Trump, 55, who has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, is due to publish Too Much And Never Enough […]

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AFL star Adam Goodes opens up on why he reacted to racial slur

AFL legend Adam Goodes has opened up about the impact of being racially vilified since childhood and revealed why he reacted so strongly when a 13-year-old girl called him an ape in the middle of a footy match.  The former Sydney Swans star became a symbol for Indigenous rights after standing up to relentless crowd […]

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Donald Trump’s niece writing a ‘harrowing and salacious book’ confirming she leaked his tax returns

Donald Trump‘s niece is writing a ‘harrowing and salacious’ book about her uncle in which she will detail how and why she leaked family tax information to the New York Times and delve into family feuds. Mary Trump, 55, who has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, is due to publish Too Much And Never Enough in […]

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Stores across most of Britain reopen for the first time in three months today

The majority of shops in England are reopening today after three months with socially distanced queues already forming before 7am.  Stores including Zara, John Lewis and Debenhams have slashed prices by as much as 70 per cent in a bid to lure shoppers back.  Desperate fashion chains are sitting on as much as £15billion of […]

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Police seek masked woman suspected of burning Wendy’s in Atlanta amid Rayshard Brooks protests

Video footage appears to show a masked white woman setting fire to a Wendy’s restaurant near where a black man was shot dead by police, as authorities offer a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of arsonists.  The fast-food outlet was torched late on Saturday during demonstrations that erupted over the killing of 27-year-old […]

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Melania Trump fails to publicly wish Donald a happy birthday and isn’t pictured celebrating with him

Melania Trump on Sunday failed to publicly wish her husband Donald a happy birthday and was not seen to be part of any celebrations.   The president landed back in Washington DC after spending his 74th birthday at his New Jersey golf course alongside daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner.  But the First Lady was nowhere […]

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Thousands of Tube, bus and train passengers in England MUST wear a face-covering from today

Passengers on public transport across England must wear a face-covering from today or risk being turned away, or being slapped with a £100 fine. Strict new laws regarding face coverings on public transport come into play today – with 3,000 extra staff, including police officer, being brought in to enforce the rules. They apply to […]

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Liberal senator compares border closure to death of George Floyd

A Liberal Party senator has caused outrage by apparently comparing Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to the American cop accused of murdering George Floyd. In an interview on Sky News last week, Senator Amanda Stoker said Queensland’s state border should be removed immediately to rescue tourism businesses. But her choice of words sparked controversy after she […]

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Sydney parking rangers being driven to breaking point over ‘quota’ 

Sydney parking rangers claim they are forced to hand out at least 17 fines per shift or risk disciplinary action and no lose out on pay rises.  Under City of Sydney council rules, rangers must issue an average of 17 to 21 infringement notices in a day, even if there aren’t any cars parked illegally. […]