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Man charged over toddler's disappearance in Australia 50 years ago


A man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of a British toddler from a beach in Australia in 1970.

Virgin plane struck by lightning after Gatwick takeoff


A Virgin Atlantic plane was struck by lightning just after taking off from Gatwick Airport. The plane was forced to turn back to Gatwick after the incident at 11.45am on Wednesday morning.

Good looking people don't get paid more


The office is a competitive place. Whether it's the work you do, the clothes you wear, or even the people you go out to lunch with.

Avalanche blankets homes in Norway


Fifteen homes have been evacuated after an avalanche in the south of Norway. See also: Snowboarder gets caught in avalanche See also: Bombs used to trigger avalanche in Colorado Snow buildup...

Fisherman in close call with great white shark


A fisherman had a close encounter with a great white shark while fishing near Whangaparaoa, New Zealand.

Cockroaches and dead pigeon found in Swansea restaurant kitchen


Inspectors were disgusted to discover an infestation of cockroaches and a dead pigeon decomposing in the kitchen of an all-you-can-eat buffet.

Charles Dickens' holiday home on the market for £5.2 million


Charles Dickens' holiday home is for sale - with a £5.2 million price tag. The owners of Bleak House, a seven-bedroom Grade II Listed building complete with staff quarters, bought...

Revealed: Britain's most adulterous town


If you are married and live in the affluent town of Royal Tunbridge Wells this may not make for easy reading.

Roger Federer poses on Miami beach with fan whose bum is on show


Roger Federer unwittingly posed with a female fan whose bare fum was on full display this week. The tennis star, 35, was relaxing on Miami beach when the blonde asked him for a snap.

Pilots choose their most spectacular airports to land in


Pilots at British Airways are trained to fly to a wide range of airports – each with their own unique aspects and challenges – across its global network of almost 300...

Car curling match held on Russian skating rink


Russia's first ever car curling tournament was held on an ice rink in the city of Yekaterinburg. The new sport sees cars sliding across the ice instead of stones.

UK flight ban on laptops will be introduced 'in days'


A laptop ban affecting airline passengers travelling to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and north America is to be introduced "in the coming days", Downing Street...

Brits to be banned from taking laptops on Middle Eastern flights


Britain is set to follow in the footsteps of the US and ban laptops and some other electronic devices on flights to the UK from some Middle Eastern countries, sources claim.

Norway named happiest country in the world


Norway has been revealed as the happiest country in the world. The Scandinavian country has jumped from fourth place in the 2016 United Nations rankings to first place this year.

Five weird laws to look out for when you're in Asia


Asia offers a spectacular range of culture, food and architecture, making it a haven for travellers. But there are some pretty weird terms and conditions...

Britain's wettest cities revealed


Cardiff has been revealed as the wettest city in Britain, with a soaking 1152 mm of rainfall annually.

Terrified child screams when hungry llama sticks head into car


A greedy llama left a child screaming when it stuck its head into a family's car to get some food from a bucket.

Government's 'intelligent trains' plan threatens jobs and safety


The biggest rail workers' union has accused the Government of co-ordinating plans to axe thousands of jobs, including drivers, from Britain's trains.

US bans electronics on flights from 13 countries


American authorities have secretly called for airlines that fly from 13 countries in the Middle East and Africa to the US to forbid passengers from carrying any electronic device larger than a...

Win! A family break at Alton Towers Resort


Get away for a short break like no other with an overnight stay at the fantastical Alton Towers Resort.


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