September 1, 2018

Secret asbestos in our schools ‘killing 400 victims a year’

ALMOST four hundred former school pupils will die of lung cancer every year after being exposed to asbestos while at school, research shows. It means Britain will have the highest number of ex-pupils and teachers in the world to die after exposure to t...
September 1, 2018

Salmond furore highlights issue of drink in politics

SCOTTISH politicians have been urged to "look again at their relationship with alcohol" in light of the sexual harassment allegations against Alex Salmond. Although the former first minister fiercely denies any wrongdoing, he did not deny that he drank...
September 1, 2018

Brave Emily gets her skates on to reach British Championships – after BREAKING her neck

A TALENTED young figure skater has defied doctors by qualifying for the British championships despite breaking her neck in a car crash. Schoolgirl Emily Dale, 15, was on her way to a British development squad training camp when she suffered a “hangman’...
September 1, 2018

My mission to hunt down the vile sex predators targeting children on the web

Each morning, before she has breakfast with her family, Lucy logs on to her laptop to check the messages waiting for her. Many are from men posting naked photos of themselves, others ask for explicit images.
September 1, 2018

The Goss: Karl Stefanovic’s fiance’s attempts to dupe paps in vain

Jasmine Yarbrough said she was NYFW-bound. Instead she headed to Mexico to finalise her December wedding to the Channel Nine Today host.
September 1, 2018

Next generation of wizards: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child cast revealed

A who's who and who's new of Australian stage and screen have won the most coveted roles in the country.
September 1, 2018

Addict freed on bail killed artist friend in drug rage

A MURDERER who had just been released on bail battered and stabbed his victim so severely that the man could only be identified through his DNA, a court heard yesterday.
September 1, 2018

Our ‘crazy’ Ben Nevis bid begins on bed of loch

FROM flip-flops to stilettos, the slopes of Britain’s highest peak have seen it all when it comes to unusual mountaineering attire. But a new challenge, to scale 4,411ft Ben Nevis in lead-weighted boots and a 1930s diving suit, is sure to turn heads li...
September 1, 2018

Sturgeon’s warning to Salmond camp as legal fight begins

NICOLA Sturgeon sent a clear warning to Alex Salmond’s supporters yesterday as she battled to stop the bitter row over sexual misconduct claims splitting the SNP.
September 1, 2018

FAI sheriff: Lifejackets at sea should be compulsory

A FISHERMAN who died when his boat sank off the west coast of Scotland could have survived if he had worn a lifejacket, a sheriff has ruled. Scott MacAlister, 40, was killed when his vessel, the Speedwell, sank near Easdale Island, Argyll, in April 2013.
September 1, 2018

‘I know my value’: Bachelor intruder not interested in being a mean girl

Jamie-Lee Dayz, from Bondi, says she's all about empowering women.
September 1, 2018

Stephen King’s Mr Mercedes gets a winning treatment

Mr Mercedes brings together Stephen King and David E. Kelley – and the synergy between these two great storytellers really pays off