The Guardian - Environment
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A 47-year-old man was taken after trying to wade across the East Alligator river, Northern Territory police say A man has been killed by a crocodile at Cahill’s Crossing in Kakadu national park. Northern Territory police said the 47-year-old man was attempting to wade across the East Alligator river with two women about 4pm on Thursday when he was taken by a 3.5-metre saltwater crocodile. The two women, who made it across the river, did not witness the attack but raised the alarm when they saw he was gone. Continue reading...
BBC Parliament
2 minutes
The point I have got to bear that in mind. The point I am trying to make, a Lord of discriminatory legislation isn't often just about discriminatory legislation isn't often just about discriminating against minorities, it's often used as a pretext and excuse to against minorities, it's often used as a pretext and excuse to indulge in other forms of 16th century, very few people other than monks and abbots were very few people other than monks and abbots were condemned under the buggery act.
BBC News 24
3 minutes
The US Federal Trade Commission said Uber offered false promises about how much drivers would earn and how much they would have to pay to finance a car. The agreement covers statements Uber made from late 2013 until 2015 while trying to recruit more drivers to expand its service and remain ahead of its main rival, Lyft. A quick look at the market some of that is slightly down.
Sky News
6 minutes
It happened at the weekend. He said he was walking up the street, minding his own business with his dog, trying to get into his house and he was approached by two police officers. We understand it was a case of mistaken identity and they got he was a man they were looking for, a wanted man, as they approached him. We have obtained footage of the incident. We can show you a bit of that now.
BBC News 24
8 minutes
He has just arrived at a pre-inauguration church service with his wife. Two days after the avalanche eight people, including two children, have been found alive buried in the snow. Rescuers are trying to dig them out. An inquiry finds widespread abuse at children's homes run by the church, state and charities in Northern Ireland dating back to the 1920s.
Voice Of America
13 minutes
The Chinese Communist Party’s state-run People’s Daily took aim at Hong Kong pro-democracy and independence advocates, saying that what the movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan have in common is a plan on destroying the country. But is there enough of an independence movement in Hong Kong to challenge Beijing, or is merely the idea that one exists prompting Beijing’s response? Scott Harold, the associate director at the Center for Asia Pacific Policy at the RAND Corporation, says that while there is a small number in Hong Kong who have talked about independence, “Beijing has sought in this area to try to undermine, undercut and [delegitimize] Hong Kong's umbrella movement and its Occupy Central with Peace and Love movement by trying to tether them to the notion that these are a bunch of radical separatists who want some pie in the sky independent Hong Kong that can never happen.
ITV
14 minutes
People wanting to go back, about reproductive rights. People wanting to go back. I am concerned about health care, the environment, and Trump and his Republican party are trying to change those things.
Sky News
15 minutes
Many of them have sat down on the floor. Can you tell me what you are protesting for today? I don't feel he was elected in a fair way. I think he's a sexist pig. We are just trying to.
BBC One West
18 minutes
Charlie, we 've already seen a little bit of you with your spell at Bristol Rovers. What an outrageous bit of skill. Do you know the one I'm thinking of? Yeah. That is part of my game. I get it out here than there. It is definitely exciting for the fans to see. I think that is what a loan is all about, you're trying to make your own noise and just take every experience and every lesson you can along with you.
NewsMax
19 minutes
Mark Gastineau is trying to help sack safety issues in football.And the former New York Jets sack-dancing star wants to use himself as an example of the dangers of playing the game.
BBC One South East
19 minutes
Such an amazing feeling. But now she may be forced to drop out of her latest competition, after her main sponsors delayed their plans. Instead, she's trying to raise the money herself by putting her winning trophy up for sale. When I first listed it on eBay, to be honest, all that day I sick. It just didn't feel right, but then after a couple of days I, you know, got used to the idea, and I just thought, well, I'd rather let the trophy go than let the whole season go.
BBC One Scotland
21 minutes
The Huffington Post
21 minutes
As Messrs. Putin and Trump contemplate doing just that, much skepticism will remain on both sides of the Atlantic, and rightfully so, based on history. But lately, history has not proven to be a particularly good guide for current events, or a reliable path into the future. A lot of people in the U.S. and Russia will be upset by this proposed radical upending of the proverbial apple cart, and the manner in which it will apparently be done - a combination of strong man bravado and the demolition of conventional wisdom. Many will be asking whether the objective of what Putin and Trump are trying to achieve is similar to what previous U.S. presidents have attempted with Putin over the past 15 years. That, of course, remains to be seen, but it is clear that some businesses and political camps will benefit from a reset, while others will not. Much as was the case when the Soviet Union disintegrated, the West got used to the idea of doing business with Eastern European and Central Asian countries (and vice versa), and it wasn't long before doing so became the new normal.
BBC One Wales
23 minutes
They forgot about a lot of us. On the campaign, I called it, "the forgotten man and the forgotten woman." Well, you're not forgotten any more. trying to pull out seven other survivors including two children, after two days I read in the wreckage after the earthquake in Italy.
BBC One East
23 minutes
And since we have been on air, a woman has been pulled out alive and rescuers are trying to pull out seven other survivors including two children, after two days I read in the wreckage after the earthquake in Italy.
BBC One West Midlands
23 minutes
There is Hello and welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines this lunchtime. Protesters take to Shropshire's infamous Ironbridge as part of an international anti-Trump crusade. We don't really know what's going to person trying to cross the road in Coventry.
BBC Two England
23 minutes
This blue will put the points all square. So, they are all square. They might stay that way. Nothing easy here. He is trying to get a half ball kiss on the red, try to bring it into play. It is still be on the other red, the right centre. This is a difficult pot. He played it nicely. He has got an angle on the green.
The Economic Times
24 minutes
DARJEELING: The Centre is mulling linking neighbouring countries like Bhutan, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal through the railways. This was announced here today by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu at a programme where an agreement was signed between the Indian Railways and UNESCO. "We have neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepal. We have a very cordial relationship with them. We want to increase railway connectivity with these countries. We are trying to develop it," Prabhu told reporters. "If a circuit can be made connecting these neighbouring countries, it will increase interaction, tourism, trade, employment and connectivity," he added. Prabhu said work was on to connect all the eight state capitals of the north-east, so that the tourism potential of the region gets a boost. Horticulture, floriculture, handicraft of the region would get a bigger market after the state capitals are connected with the rest of the country, the railway minister said, adding that he would visit Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh in the next two days.
BBC Two England
26 minutes
It just hit the near jaw. I did not expect the cue ball to go that far. He was trying to cover this red. The thing is he was so close to the condition, he just concentrated fully on the pot, he knew he would run into other balls, but to go in and having had the pink and the red, you have got to say it was unlucky.
BBC Parliament
27 minutes
So he does understand the amount of work that goes in behind-the-scenes and as someone who is also trying to get a second Private Members' Bill through this place, during this Parliament, perhaps we are in a little bit of competition but fear not! I will be doing all I can to make sure his bill has a safe passage through this place.
Sky News
30 minutes
We saw the shift change from the emergency services, the mood was downbeat this morning. They know from past experience that the first few hours are vital. Not seeming to have a huge amount of Hope this morning. They were hiking up the mountain. Trying to get close to the hotel. And at half past ten, we noticed a lot of activity. Helicopters, emergency ambulances with snow chains, and we got the news that they had made a breakthrough.
Radar Online
30 minutes
“I could tell he was already pretty drunk, and immediately started sticking his hands down the back of my pants as soon I as sat down,” she recalled about their meeting in a nightclub. “It was honestly so gross, so I just kept moving around trying to keep his hands off me.” The women joined Cuba in the penthouse suite of his hotel later that night. “When we got up to Cuba’s suite he immediately stripped down to his boxers. It was the weirdest thing, but he was clearly trying to show off. There were probably about eight of us in the suite and Cuba made no secret of getting high on cocaine.” In late 2016 Cuba was busted again at the Six Chow House bar in Calabasas kissing three female customers and flirting with a fourth, according to onlookers. Cuba loves to have a good time, and loves the ladies! a source told Radar of his big night out.
BBC Two England
30 minutes
He will play the easier safety shot. That red closest to the baulk cushion is the problem red here. Could be a little while rolling into reds and trying to get the cue ball back on the cushion.
Sky News
37 minutes