Bournemouth Daily Echo
20 hours
A MAN will face a trial after pleading not guilty to two counts of sexual assault.
The Sun Daily
2 days
Both the videos were made accessible on http://www.kinitv.com/video/3670308 and http://www.kinitv.com/video/36708074 at 1.14pm and 1.34 pm, on July 27, 2016 and were viewed by the Attorney General's Chambers, Putrajaya, at 10am, Aug 2, 2016. Gan, who was then KiniTV director was charged with similar offences and claimed trial. He also represented KiniTV in pleading not guilty to the charges against it. The charges were framed under Section 233(1)(a) and Section 244(1) of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 which respectively carries a maximum RM50,000 fine or up to one year imprisonment on conviction. — Bernama
Cotswold Journal
2 days
A REDDITCH man has been jailed after pleading guilty to sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl.
Global News
2 days
ABC News - International
2 days
Nottingham Evening Post
2 days
A worried dad grabbed a vacuum cleaner pipe to scare youths who had stolen his son's mobile phone. After Earl Haye waved it in the street, the group left St Ann's but he was later seen arguing with the brother of the thief, magistrates in Nottingham heard.And he threw the pipe at a passing car on hearing an occupant shout: You're not getting your phone back, said Bill Soughton, mitigating.It left Haye pleading guilty to having an offensive weapon - a metal pipe - on Woodborough Road...
Leicester Mercury
2 days
A home help who took over £14,000 from an elderly woman to fund her gambling addiction has been given a suspended sentence.Gail Barrs (65), of Beal Street, Highfields, Leicester, siphoned off a total of £14,310 from the account of her 93-year-old victim, who she was being paid to care for, between September 2014 and September 2015.After pleading guilty to fraud at an earlier hearing, she was sentenced to a 12-month jail term, suspended for two years, at Leicester Crown Court...
Leicester Mercury
2 days
A home help who took over £14,000 from an elderly woman to fund her gambling addiction has been given a suspended sentence.Gail Barrs (65), of Beal Street, Highfields, Leicester, siphoned off a total of £14,310 from the account of her 93-year-old victim, who she was being paid to care for, between September 2014 and September 2015.After pleading guilty to fraud at an earlier hearing, she was sentenced to a 12-month jail term, suspended for two years, at Leicester Crown Court...
SABC Digital News
2 days
As if the devastating effects of the persistent drought were not enough, the plight of farmers in the North West has been worsened by the escalating problem of stock theft. The region's farming community is struggling to curb the scourge, due to limited security measures. With only seven stock theft units serving the entire province, farmers are now pleading with the police to increase manpower to address the surge. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Politico
3 days
Walden said he spent 281 nights on the road in 40 states campaigning or raising money for Republicans over the last four years. Living on the road, he said, alerted him to the perils of being the party responsible for writing the country’s health care laws. “I know the races pretty well, and I know the messaging pretty well. Obamacare was pretty unpopular,” he said. “I also know people really want to make sure they and their loved ones have access to health care when they need it … that’s the principle for me, my takeaway. That’s what really motivates me.” The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in recent days has blasted out stories and videos of Republicans being heckled at town hall meetings by activists pleading to protect health care gains they made under Obamacare. Rather than frame the law’s impact in heated and partisan terms, Walden describes his mission as a narrow effort to save an ailing individual insurance market from collapse.
Ashford Herald
3 days
Daily Mail - Home
3 days
Michael Fine, 59, of Ohio, was jailed for 12 years last November after pleading guilty to charges relating to the sexual abuse of six women he had hypnotized.
Daily Mail - USA
3 days
Daily Mail - Australia
3 days
Michael Fine, 59, of Ohio, was jailed for 12 years last November after pleading guilty to charges relating to the sexual abuse of six women he had hypnotized.
Global News
3 days
A 33-year-old Hamilton woman who faked having cancer has been sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding a provincial program.
Dover Express
3 days
A heartless handyman who stole from a 101-year-old woman in Chatham has been jailed.Michael Ward, 66, of Defiant Close, Chatham, was sentenced on Tuesday (January 17) after pleading guilty to four counts of theft and one charge of burglary.He was sentenced to 10 months in prison after the court heard how between Saturday January 26 2013 and Thursday August 20 2015 Ward stole jewellery worth around £2,000 from the victim in Chatham.Ward, who was the woman's handyman, gradually stole the...
Coventry Telegraph
3 days
The Sun Daily
4 days
KUALA TERENGGANU: A fisherman was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment and 10 strokes of the cane by the High Court here today after pleading guilty to an alternative drug charge. Mohamad Zaharudin Jusoh, 30, was initially charged with trafficking in 1.01 kg of cannabis, under Section 39B(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, punishable under 39B(2) of the same Act, which carries the death sentence. He was accused of committing the offence around 10am in front of Kampung Raja police station in Besut on July 23, 2015. However, the prosecution subsequently offered him an alternative charge of possession of 1.01 kg of cannabis at the same place, time and date. The charge under Section 6 of the DDA 1952, punishable under the same Act, carries life imprisonment or not less than five years and whipping of not less than 10 strokes, on conviction. Earlier before meting out the sentence, justice Datuk Zainal Azman Ab Aziz said Mohamad Zaharudin should be grateful and repent for his act after being given a second chance in life.
Voice Of America
4 days
5 million people have been deported under President Barack Obama. Sanctuaries serve as safe spaces to stay for people with pending deportation orders. Currently, five people are staying in sanctuary in coalition churches as they fight to stop Obama administration deportation orders in Denver, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Chicago, which has two cases. Ingrid Encalade Latorre came to the U.S. from Peru in 2000 and for seven weeks has been staying with a sanctuary congregation in Denver, Colorado. She is undocumented and since 2010, she has been facing deportation after pleading guilty to working with someone else's papers. "I feel grateful and thankful to be able to be here and to continue to be here with my family while I fight my deportation order," Latorre said in the press call, translated from Spanish. Concern for immigrant neighbors Not knowing what Trump is going to do may have led some churches to fear the worst.
Ashford Herald
5 days
ABC News - Virginia
5 days
Beijing Bulletin
5 days
Beijing Bulletin
5 days
SABC Digital News
5 days
Polluted with sewage, the quality of drinking water in the small town of Groot Marico in North West is in a terrible state. Residents are pleading with the municipality to address the problem. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news