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Pictured: 'Troubled' neighbour who 'shot children's book-writing parish councillor'

Parish councillor James Nash, 42 (left), was in hospital last night with serious injuries following the attack (top right) in the pretty Hampshire hamlet of Upper Enham (bottom right), near Andover. Officers gave chase in a patrol car after the gunman fled on a motorcycle, but he later crashed. Police yesterday confirmed that the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. He was named locally last night as Alex Sartain (centre), 34. A villager said: 'We don't know what caused the younger man to target James – there must have been a dispute of some sort. But I know that the shooter was a troubled soul who had had issues with drink or drugs.' The villager said he had heard that Mr Nash was fired at with a 'homemade shotgun'. The parish councillor is married to Sarah (inset), a senior space scientist, and was described as a man committed to his community who last year took on the role of Father Christmas in a local village hall. 

'Furious' Priti Patel backs sending the Royal Navy to tackle the migrant crisis

Officials have been ordered by Home Secretary Priti Patel (inset) to draw up plans in which, for the first time, the Navy could turn back boats. Up to 250 migrants crossed the channel on Thursday, the highest total since the crisis began, surpassing the previous record of 202 set on Thursday last week. Right: A group of around 16 migrants including 10 kids and an eight-month pregnant woman landed on Dungeness beach, Kent, on Thursday. Bottom left: The group of 16 sit on the beach in Kent. Top left: The Border Force intercept migrants making the crossing today.

Health experts say obese adults have chronic mild inflammation, which may lead to an impaired T-cell response to a vaccine, and that could leave one of the most at-risk populations vulnerable.

BBC journalist Fiona Lamdin, left, used a racially offensive slur during a news broadcast on July 29 when interviewing the victim of a racist hit and run attack in Bristol.

A cleaner caught with £300,000 earrings stolen after a raid on Tamara Ecclestone's home says she has no idea who two of her co-defendants are. Maria Mester, 47, denies charges

England's exams regulator has said schools and colleges can appeal if they can prove that historical data used to standardise grades is not a reliable indicator of this year's results.

Beirust explosion: Politician blames Hezbollah and government

Bahaa Hariri (inset), 54, said last night that everyone in the city knew Hezbollah controlled Beirut's port and airport and it was inconceivable that authorities did not know the deadly ammonium nitrate was stored in a warehouse. The explosion on Tuesday night, which was reportedly the size of a small nuke, has left at least 137 people dead and a further 5,000 wounded. There are now thought to be 300,000 left homeless and wide-spread damage estimated at up to $5billion - including a 120-metre long cruise ship which capsized as a result of the blast (left). The explosion has threatened to reignite anti-government protests in Lebanon that have been ongoing since last year amid allegations of entrenched incompetence and corruption. Emmanuel Macron offered France's support for the Lebanese people as he visited Beirut on Thursday, but warned the country would 'continue to sink' unless its leaders carry out reforms.

Tashan Daniel, a talented 200 metre sprinter, was on his way to see Arsenal play Nottingham Forest when he was stabbed in the chest by Alex Lanning, 23, at Hillingdon tube station.

Daisy Edgar-Jones, pictured, has been announced by Vogue as one of the 25 most influential woman in Britain, along with Queen Elizabeth II and Emily Maitlis.

Mother of tragic Charlie Gard feels 'surge of pure love' as she holds her newborn son

This was the moment of pure joy the mother of tragic Charlie Gard could scarcely believe. She locked her eyes on Charlie's 'miracle' baby brother for the first time as, following a successful caesarean, he was handed to her wrapped in a towel (left). Miss Yates said she 'felt a surge of pure love' as the newborn snuggled in her arms. She and proud father Chris Gard (right) wept with joy as they said he was the 'spitting image' of Charlie. (Inset right is Charlie aged one day old and inset left is his baby brother).

Saudi Crown Prince 'sent hit men to Canada to assassinate top "spy" and arrested his

Saad Aljabri (left), a former high-level intelligence official for the Saudi government, has filed a lawsuit in US federal court alleging that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (bottom right) dispatched a team of hit men to his place of exile in Canada in an attempt to have him assassinated. Aljabri is a former top aide to then-Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who was deposed by MBS in a brutal palace coup in 2017. Aljabri alleges that MBS ordered the arrest of two of his children, son Omar (top left inset), 21, and daughter Sarah (top right inset), 20, in an attempt to 'lure' him back to Saudi Arabia. The alleged plot to kill Aljabri was thwarted less than two weeks after the October 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi (bottom left inset), who was said to have been dismembered and tortured inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The CIA says MBS ordered the Khashoggi killing.

Three migrants were spotted by builder Justin Legge, 49, from Bridge near Canterbury, Kent, in a sinking inflatable kayak worth £299.99 10 miles away from Dover at around 3.30pm.

Researchers at the universities of Manchester and Salford studied rice consumption in England and Wales and prevalence of cardiovascular diseases caused by arsenic exposure.

Fears for holidays as travel experts warn France 'is highly likely' to be added to

Travellers from France could soon face a 14 days of self-isolation on their return to the UK following a dramatic rise in coronavirus cases amid speculation it will be added to the Foreign Office's quarantine list. France yesterday recorded 1,695 new infections with the country seemingly being hit by a second wave of Covid-19. It is thought that if the decision is made to add France to the list, thousands of British holidaymakers may cancel their trips in order to avoid the two-week quarantine. Pictured: Tourists wearing face masks in Brittany (left), Beach-goers in Saint Jean de Luz (top right) and a graphic showing the nation's growing number of daily coronavirus cases (bottom right).

The Bank of England said it expected the downturn and jobs crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic will not be as bad as it previously feared.

NEW Jigsaw, owned by Carphone Warehouse tycoon David Ross, has been a fixture in the wardrobes of middle-class British women for 50 years.

Pimlico Plumbers entrepreneur Charlie Mullins has been criticised after saying those working from home are 'selfish' and 'don't care about the economy' from a Marbella Villa on This Morning.

The Location, Location, Location presenter sparked a social media row after warning employers could replace Brits working from home with cheaper staff from overseas.

Janet Street-Porter says pubs must shut if people can't behave

JANET STREET-PORTER: Last week's lockdown in Manchester brought absolutely no difference to the numbers swanning about on Friday night, hoping to get hammered. Now, we're seeing the results. In Scotland, there's been a huge spike in new Covid cases - 64 and rising - the vast majority linked to patrons of 28 bars in the city of Aberdeen. Nicola Sturgeon swiftly imposed a local lockdown from 5pm last Wednesday, closing all bars, cafes, pub and restaurants in the city and told people not to travel there. The same story has been happening in Melbourne and in the USA. So is this a pattern that will be repeated? Is Nicola Sturgeon guilty of over-reacting, given that Scotland has now gone 20 days without anyone dying who had tested positive? Inset, Matt Hancock. Inset, Janet Street-Porter. Main, revellers drinking in the street in Soho, London.

A nationwide survey commissioned by blood testing company Medichecks found one in five people in July believed they had already had Covid-19 despite not having tested positive.

The founder of the Long Covid Support Group, Claire Hastie, said, 'Many people in our group to this day are being told by their GPs that it's caused by anxiety and it's all in their heads.'

Department of Health statistics show 835 Britons are now getting diagnosed each day - with the rolling seven-day average having consistently risen since it dropped to a four-month low on July 8 (546).

Caroline Flack and Lewis Burton 'assault' accounts conflicted

Police attended Flack's home in December after Mr Burton, said to be bleeding profusely from a cut to his head, phoned emergency services saying she was trying to kill him. A section from the police incident report described how Flack made admissions to officers called to the scene. It said: 'He [Mr Burton] made an allegation he had been asleep in bed with Ms Flack, and he had been suddenly woken by her hitting him on the head with some force. Flack made a number of admissions in the presence of police officers, statements such as: 'I hit him, he was cheating on me'.'

JAN MOIR The inquest into the death of Caroline Flack took place this week, with the coroner ruling that the television star took her own life by suicide.

Matthew Rollason, 38, who served with Gloucestershire Police, was on duty and in uniform when he was given the wallet with wads of cash inside by a member of the public at the races

Alarm over radical planning reforms that will place building burden on rich areas 

NEW Affluent areas will be forced to build more new homes in a radical shake-up of the planning system that will see computers decide on applications. Boris Johnson (right) last night admitted the controversial reforms will be seen by some as 'too much change too fast' and 'too much of a break from what has gone before'. But the Prime Minister insisted it was important to 'take big, bold steps' so the country can 'finally build the homes we all need'. Local residents and councillors will get to have their say on which bits of land in their area should be designated. But once this is done, they will no longer get to decide on individual applications.

Rightmove said it is seeing an uplift in UK city dwellers considering moving to the countryside - and this is outperforming an increase it is also seeing in home hunters looking to move from a city to a town.

Ellen DeGeneres bullied 11-year-old boy by calling him 'fat' and 'stupid'

Ben Gravolet, 52, told DailyMailTV in an exclusive interview that 'vile' Ellen DeGeneres bullied him as an 11-year-old boy, calling him 'fat' and 'stupid'. Gravolet, of Belle Chasse, Louisiana, said Ellen, now 62, worked for his mother's recruitment agency in the 1970s. He claimed Ellen - then aged about 20 - would regularly subject him to biting, mean insults. Gravolet said: 'She would criticize my weight. I would try to do homework in the office, she'd call me stupid, she'd call me fat. She would criticize my clothes. 'I was just a boy and this was a grown woman who took pleasure in seeing me become visibly upset,' he added. He said: 'It has an effect if somebody in a superior position to you, who's much older, goes ''You're fat. You might want to lose some of that weight chunky boy''. Calling Ellen 'vile', the father-of-three said the multi-millionaire comedian 'was just the meanest, nastiest, most horrible person'. His allegations follow claims from dozens of staff on The Ellen DeGeneres Show who have said that racism, bullying and sexual harassment was rife at the show.

Dominic Chappell, 52, is living in a hotel after his 37-year-old wife, Rebecca Chappell, threw him out of their Tudor manor house in Dorset. Mrs Chappell is understood to be filing for divorce.

Demelza Jefferis, 42, from Plymouth, Devon, had been getting out of the shower when she accidentally dropped her towel and noticed a strange mark on her breast.

Duchess of York's sons-in-law quit Fergie's fledgling firm

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: She has welcomed both her sons-in-law in gushing style, declaring 'never has a mother been more proud' than when Edo Mapelli Mozzi married Princess Beatrice last month (right). And she observed of Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank (left, with the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson) that they 'float with laughter and love'. But these effusions have not, alas, dissuaded both men from cutting themselves adrift from the Duchess of York - in a commercial sense, that is.

Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince in 2018, appeared on ITV's Royal Rota and revealed that the Duke of Sussex, 35, had 'changed enormously' since their first meeting.

Makeup artist Lisa Little told FEMAIL the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, has been 'rocking' the mask makeup look as she donned face coverings for royal visits for the first time this week.

Sixteen Port of Beirut employees are arrested over cause of devastating explosion - as tragic photo shows the moment firefighters tried to enter Warehouse 12 before store of ammonium nitrate ignited killing at least 145 people 

A tragic last photo has emerged showing firefighters sent to tackle a blaze in Beirut's port prying open a door at Warehouse 12 (left) - where, unbeknownst to them, 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate was being stored (right) that would explode moments later with the force of a small nuke (inset). The photographer has been confirmed as killed in the blast, while nine firefighters are missing (several of them pictured, bottomleft ) - presumed dead - after being sent to tackle an initial blaze which sparked the much-larger explosion. A tenth firefighter, 25-year-old Sahar Fares (bottom right) has been confirmed dead. The blast has killed at least 137 people though that total is expected to keep rising, with an additional 5,000 people wounded and 300,000 left homeless.

Port of Beirut worker Amin al-Zahed, whose photo was posted on an Instagram page dedicated to locating missing residents, was found in the Mediterannean sea, 30 hours after the blast.

'Oh my God, oh my God, come inside and close the window!': Harrowing moment couple film blaze at Beirut port only to capture moment blast devastates city sending them and the camera flying

A couple who were near to the warehouse when the fire broke out captured the billowing clouds of smoke from their balcony before an initial explosion went off, moments before the final, main blast. The blast, which killed more than 130 people, wounded thousands and left tens of thousands homeless, is believed to have been caused when a fire touched off a stockpile of 2,750 tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate that authorities left sitting in a warehouse for years.

Charity workers have been scouring the ruins of Beirut for pets that got lost during the explosion which rocked the city two days ago, as heartwarming video shows them being reunited with their owners.

Schizophrenic who knifed a young mother seven times had been out of jail less than a WEEK before the random attack

Mark Brazant, 44, (inset) has admitted trying to kill young mother Josephine Conlon (pictured left with her husband), after he stabbed in the face and neck in Streatham last December. Footage has shown the momment Brazant walked past his victim in the street and then started following her during the attack on December 30 (right). Brazant had been released from HMP Thameside on Christmas Eve after serving time for three offences of battery and one of common assault - all against lone women. At his trial, Brazant had denied meaning to seriously injure Mrs Conlon and a jury was discharged after failing to reach a verdict despite more than 40 hours of deliberations. But on Thursday, he admitted attempted murder after the prosecution called for a retrial.

ULRIKA JONSSON says it's only the British who are so hung up on baring all in a heatwave

ULRIKA JONSSON: I have no problem being naked. I'll happily walk through the house without a stitch on, and wouldn't feel uncomfortable being seen naked by family or friends if, for example, they walked in on me changing. And I'm far from the only woman in the public eye to share an au naturel snap on social media. Ulrika Jonsson's snap is seen top left, while curvy model Kelly Brook is pictured top right. Singer Rita Ora is pictured bottom left, while Lily Allen is seen second left. Heidi Klum is seen staring into the lens for a saucy snap second from right, while Liz Hurley, bottom right, is more than happy to share a skinny-dipping selfie.

'A cyclist killing zone': Britain gets its first Dutch-style roundabout that gives priority to bicycles- but motorists condemn 'confusing' £2.3million project they fear will cause 'more accidents' 

Cyclists have an outer ring on the Cambridge roundabout, with cycle crossings over each of the four approach roads in a contrasting red surface. There are also zebra crossings over each approach road for pedestrians. Motorists must give way to pedestrians and cyclists when joining and leaving the roundabout. Reduced lane widths on the roundabout and at exit and entry points are designed to encourage drivers to slow down.

Experts at the University of Sydney, who carried out the review, described the pace of increase as 'astonishing'. Evidence is beginning to show the condition is driven by genetics.

Smoking and inhaling cannabis has been linked with a slew of damaging heart problems, according to The American Heart Association, who reviewed the available evidence.

Gary Lineker's brother Wayne, 58, sparks outrage as he's filmed picking his next date from girls who work at his Ibiza club and pushing the rejects into the pool by shoving their chests

The O Beach club owner shared the video of him picking his next date at his resort in Ibiza. People on Twitter have branded him 'creepy' (inset) after he was seen pushing women in the pool by touching their chests (right). In the video Wayne speaks to the camera (left) before he rubs sanitizer on his hands and shoves the girls in the pool by their chests. He shared the video on Instagram last week and it reemerged on Twitter as people expressed their disgust at his actions. One of the many people who took to social media about the video was pro-boxer Stacey Copeland, who called Wayne's Facebook page 'absolutely gross'. Others drew comparisons between Wayne and the founder of Playboy magazine Hugh Hefner. His business partner and former Love Island contestant Katie Salmon was quick to jump to Wayne's defence, describing the video as 'banter'. She and Wayne run the Dreamdolls tour which sees six women with a range of talents including twerking, contortion and aerial hoop, performing to crowds across Ibiza.

Chanel's iconic 'Number Five', a scent described as 'a holiday in a bottle' and a fragrance that took three years to create are among the most popular perfumes of all time, according to Glamour magazine.

Coronavirus US: 300k deaths predicted before the end of 2020

A new forecast is predicting the coronavirus death toll in the United States will almost double by the end of the year but 70,000 lives could be saved if everyone wears a mask - as grim new figures reveal one person has died every 80 seconds in the last week.  The University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics revised its death toll forecast on Thursday to predict nearly 300,000 deaths by December 1. Researchers say that 70,000 lives could be saved if 95 percent of Americans wear masks from today when they leave their homes.  Currently, the US death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 158,000. It comes as grim figures revealed that one American has died every 80 seconds in the past week from coronavirus.

Stuart Ritchie who is a lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College, London, explores the flaws surrounding scientific research in a new book.

Rapid temperature detection devices measure heat in the skin, which can become warm during a 'hot flush'. British doctors said menopausal women may be mistaken for having a fever.

Around 50 million FFP2 masks (pictured) supplied by Ayanda Capital had ear straps rather than head straps, which raised 'concern' they may not provide an 'adequate fixing' around the face.

Researchers in California and Brazil say that COVID-19 patients with high levels of interleukin-6 (IL-6), that suggests someone has. gum disease were far more likely to need ventilators to stay alive.

Aviptadil, marketed as Invicorp in the UK, has been fast-tracked into clinical trials in the US after promising signs in a small number of patients in the US.



MANDY APPLEYARD: 'How my mother's cruel stroke changed me for the better'

MANDY APPLEYARD: For my first night of freedom in eight months, I was looking forward to a relaxed summer's evening alone at home (left), playing Bruce Springsteen at a disgraceful volume, eating an Italian takeaway, then lying for far too long in a bubble bath, sipping white Rioja. That was the plan. Since November last year, I have been working as my 83-year-old mother's day and night-time carer (pictured right together before life changed), after she suffered a catastrophic stroke six months earlier. Now she had left. I walked into my house, aware of the smell of my mother (rose talc, Prada Amber perfume) and of how empty the house looked now all her stuff - wheelchair, commode, turner, clothes, photographs, medication - was gone. (Pictured inset, Mandy is left of her mother and sister)

June Titterton-Fox, 61, wants to create the single-storey home in one of the two fields she owns in the Rutland village of Whitwell - and she has said it would be one of Britain's most energy-efficient properties.

A former model and one of the alleged victims of Jeffery Epstein has recalled how she was assaulted by him in 2004 when she was just 19 years old, struggling for rent in New York City.

Prince Charles, 71, had 69 commitments including phone calls, video conferences and in-person engagements from March 23 until July 31, according to the analysis by online firm Resume.io.

Ontario grandmother, 50, praised after body transformation

Charlene Farnsworth, from Grassie, Ontario, had always been slim, but when she turned 40, she began indulging in unhealthy foods and piled on the pounds. She faced a terrifying throat cancer scare in 2011, which thankfully turned out to be autoimmune disease Hashimoto's. The incident made her want to live her life more freely, and worry less about what she was eating. However when she reached the age of 48, she had reached her heaviest weight of 169lbs, and decided that something needed to change. Charlene, a grandmother-of-one, began a strict 80:20 diet, and started working out, doing a wide variety of exercises, including bodybuilding. The mom-of-two transformed her figure and now looks better than she ever has, even carving out a career as a model - while earning a legion of male admirers online.

With less than 200 days until December 25th, some eager British mothers have showcased their bargain buys from Argos, Asda and Entertainer sales that they plan to keep as presents.

Amazon has announced plans to increase its referral fees, fulfilment by Amazon fees, monthly FBA Storage fees and multichannel fulfilment fees by two per cent for its UK customers.

Noel Gallagher spent £1,000 so woman could hit sales targets

Audrey Indome, from London, revealed on Twitter that Noel Gallagher once bought 10 pairs of black Levi's 501s so she could reach her sales target while working at Selfridges. The story promoted another user, Nicole Krystal Crentsil, from London, to share a similar experience she'd had with rapper Professor Green, 36, whose real name is Stephen Paul Manderson. The musican also purchased a jacket from French luxury fashion house Maison Margiela in order to help her reach her target.

A BMW was left a mangled wreck when it was crushed between two trucks near junction 24 for Loughborough yesterday, but remarkable the driver wasn't badly hurt in the smash.

Eleven-year-old Nikita had been 'showing off' his 'bravery' in front of two girls at the Russian resort at Sochi and aimed to pose for a photo up close to the wild brown bears.

The UK College of Policing guidance, which was published today, controversially tells detectives investigating claims of child abuse that 'the intention is that victims are believed'.

Sharp exit! Supercar swerves across traffic and speeds down slip road off dual carriageway seconds before police car appears with lights flashing 

Dramatic dashcam footage shows the moment an orange car speeds across two lanes of cars to take an exit at the last second. The incident happened on the A3 heading towards Portsmouth in Hampshire. Seconds later, a police car with flashing lights comes into view. The dashcam footage captured the reckless driving on camera on August 1.

Jonathan C. Slaght has penned a book about his quest to track down and protect the biggest owls on earth. Blakiston's fish owl are mostly found in the remote East Russian province of Primorye.

David Kynaston, one of the most prolific and admired historians of the modern age, recalls the 2016-17 season, as Aldershot Town F.C. were pushing for promotion back into the Football League.

Dozens of examples of 'fluting' have been found in Yemen and Oman which date back 8,000 years. This technique had never been seen before outside of America.

Researchers from the US have determined that around three per cent of the Neanderthal genome came from breeding with another ancient human group.

Shopaholic, fast food-loving mum who spends £160 a month on internet diet pills ditches 'dangerous' habit for healthy eating and drops a STONE in eight weeks while saving £560

Sergio and Fatima Paiva live with their daughters Helena, 16, and Victoria, four, in Southport, and appear on ITV's Eat, Shop, Save tonight, completing a two month challenge to become healthier and more sensible with their money. The family live on fish and chips, chicken nuggets, and pasta, along with lashings of mayonnaise and pasta, with Fatima spending £160 every six weeks on diet pills she buys online - despite not knowing what they contain. After discovering they have spent £3,502 on impulse buys (inset) such as gym equipment and a fancy camera they have never used, she starts writing down any urges she has to shop - saving £400 in eight weeks. Along with their new healthy diet and ditching the diet pills, she saves £560 and drops a stone in two months.

Prince Charles, 71, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 73, kicked off their break at their Scottish residence of Birkhall this week after he paid a visit to Caithness General Hospital in Wick on Friday, Hello! reported.

A bomb squad is currently at BRED bank in Boulevard de Strasbourge, a senior official said, following news that there was a bag possibly containing explosives at the scene.

Backpacker had no idea nine months pregnant travel sickness LABOUR gave birth baby boy qld

Abi was on a bus from Brisbane to Fraser Island when she stopped to get painkillers for what she thought was period pain in Noosa. Paramedics realised she was about to give birth, despite showing no signs of pregnancy. The 1.7 kg baby boy was delivered in the back of an ambulance

University of Copenhagen and Indiana University scientists created the new materials that has a brilliant glow from positively charged fluorescent dyes.

Researchers found much more families than expected kept having children until they have at least one boy and one girl, just like the Beckhams and the Kardashian family.

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Awkward! Father-of-six who fell in love with a FELON he met online admits he's been LYING to her about a family secret - just as she gushes about him having no bad qualities

Shawn, 45, from Las Vegas, Nevada, fell for his new love Destinie online and saw her in person for the first time when he picked her up from jail. In a preview clip for Friday's episode of Love After Lockup, the dad admits he is keeping a shocking secret from Destinie, though he won't say what it is. Shawn vaguely says he hasn't told her a 'few things' about his life, and it seems likely that he never mentioned that he has six children with his ex. It's also possible his parents don't know he is in a relationship with a felon, as she brings up meeting his family while they're on the way to see her mom and sister.

Chilean explorer and photographer Cristian Donoso has dedicated the last 24 years of his life to exposing the impact of climate change in more than 50 expeditions.

Lura Lauer, 28, and her fiancé Ricky Garcia, 39, from Charlotte, North Carolina, welcomed twins Lyric Elaine and Cali Rose on July 15, four months before her November 16 due date.

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Life in the fast lane: Chinese city builds a motorway bridge around a tiny house after its stubborn owner refused to move for 10 years

Footage shows the one-storey property tightly wedged between two wings of the newly opened Haizhuyong Bridge in the metropolis of Guangzhou in Guangdong province. The one-storey house contains a 40-square-metre (430-square-foot) flat and is situated in a pit in the middle of the four-lane traffic link. The owner said she had not agreed to move because the government had failed to offer her a replacement property in an ideal location.


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Don't move a muscle! Dog stands stock-still in hilarious stand-off with a frog - but still misses when he pounces

Denver, a four-year-old Vizsla from New Hampshire, spotted a frog in a pond and stood in waiting, motionless.The Hungarian breed is a natural hunting dog with a great sense of smell. Denver's owner Angie Miller captured the funny interaction on July 29.

Personal trainer shares images of her body to show why 'transformation' pictures AREN'T

An Australian personal trainer has shunned thin people trying 'normalise' body rolls and cellulite in photos by sharing a series of images she took seconds apart, saying that it's not fair on those who carry more weight. An Australian personal trainer has shunned thin people trying 'normalise' body rolls and cellulite in photos by sharing a series of images she took seconds apart, saying that it's not fair on those who carry more weight. Madalin Giorgetta (pictured), who lives in Perth, Western Australia, gained 865,000 Instagram followers by posting her own 'transformation' images to social media, but now recognises this is not a show of 'empowerment'. 'I've been seeing these types of photos everywhere recently and I always engage with them. It's addictive to see what most people try to hide,' the 31-year-old captioned her photo. 'What effect does this have on our body image? Am I learning to accept my body through these images or am I merely being entertained? I don't feel worse or better about my body after viewing this type of content.'