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Woman stabbed to deathSearch for man who fled the scene  A woman has been stabbed to death while an urgent search has been launched for a man seen fleeing from the scene.Emergency services were called to a home along the Great Western Highway at Kingswood, western Sydney, at 1.40pm on Monday.A woman, aged in her 20s, was found with two stab wounds to her chest. NSW Ambulance paramedics treated the woman at the scene before she died.A 22-year-old man was seen running from the area. The woman is yet to be formally identified.A report will be prepared for the coroner. A crime scene…

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US President Donald Trump is set to “use Nigel Farage as his UK link” following Prime Minister Sir Keir Starmer’s landslide election victory, it has been claimed.Rishi Sunak and the Conservatives were wiped out in last week’s General Election as Starmer secured over 400 seats, ending 14 years of Tory rule.Nigel Farage also made in-roads for right-wing politics at this year’s election, raking in over four million votes despite being on the campaign trail just weeks before election day.Speaking to GB News about the new Labour Government, political commentator Theo Usherwood claimed that Foreign Secretary David Lammy will find it…

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Princess Beatrice is no longer dreading the release of an upcoming television drama based on the Prince Andrew’s disastrous interview regarding his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, according to an insider.A source claims that the Princess of York had initial “worries” about the Netflix production “Scoop”, which features the royal participating in a meeting with the BBC Newsnight team as she actively engages in discussions preceding Prince Andrew’s interview.It is believed that the princess had concerns about the “backlash” the programme would receive.But following the reaction to Scoop, she is said to be much less concerned with the release of the…

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Robinsons squash maker Britvic has agreed a £3.3billion takeover by Danish company Carlsberg, the British soft drinks firm has announced.Carlsberg will pay 1,315p for each Britvic share under the deal, which is higher than its previous 1,250p approach last month, which was rejected for being too low.Including debts, the deal values Britvic at around £4.1billion, the firms said.Ian Durant, non-executive chairman of Britvic, said: “The proposed transaction creates an enlarged international group that is well-placed to capture the growth opportunities in multiple drinks sectors.“The board of directors believe that the strategic merits of this offer are compelling, and the offer…

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TV doctor Michael Mosley’s legacy will be honoured across the BBC’s TV and radio outlets with a day dedicated to the late medical expert.Friday, July 12 will see presenters and audiences encouraged to do “just one thing” to improve their wellbeing, a concept named after Mosley’s popular BBC Radio 4 podcast.The broadcaster and columnist died of natural causes last month aged 67 after he went missing on the Greek island of Symi.In his memory, the broadcaster will host the Just One Thing Day in honour of the late broadcaster’s podcast, which saw him sharing tips listeners can incorporate into their…

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Collagen loss is one of the inevitable consequences of ageing, prompting many physical changes in the skin. Environmental stressors and genetic makeup are mostly to blame for wrinkling and sagging of the epidermis (skin). Foods also carry influence over the appearance of skin. Georgi Grogan, Nutritional Health Coach & Founder of Sixways, spoke to GB News about which foods carry the greatest influence over collagen.According to the expert, fish, seeds and nuts are the top nutritional sources for preserving collagen in the skin, while other processed foods have the opposite effect.Beauty enthusiasts can counter collagen loss by tweaking their dietGETTYThe…

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56 minutes agoBy Matt Precey,  News, NorthamptonshireJUSTICEFORHARRY19The Northamptonshire coroner issued a number of Prevention of Future Death reports following Harry Dunn’s inquestA coroner has called for improved driver training for US government staff in the UK following the death of Harry Dunn. The motorcyclist was killed in a collision with a car driven by American Anne Sacoolas outside RAF Croughton near Brackley in August 2019.The Northamptonshire coroner, Anne Pember, has also written to the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) over ambulance delays.The US embassy said it was committed to ensuring all personnel posted to the UK drove in a…

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PA MediaRuth Breen continues to deliver babies despite winning £1m in 2014A midwife who won the lottery a decade ago has said she continued to work to be an example for her daughter.Ruth Breen, 45, found out she had won £1m on the EuroMillions while checking her emails during her lunch break at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan in 2014.She is marking the 10th anniversary of her win by supporting the town’s The Baby Room initiative for those in need of essential items.Ms Breen said: “We all know there’s a cost-of-living crisis that’s been going on for quite…

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Hikers looking to get away from the crowds should skip Yellowstone and visit a national park in Michigan instead, according to a new report. All 63 US national parks were officially ranked based on key factors including: crowd size, the quantity and quality of hiking routes, campsite availability, access to activities, mountain biking, and fishing.Some 50 percent of the total score was based on its crowd sizes, while the remaining statistics were evenly factored in the report compiled by the Wall Street Journal.Isle Royale National Park in Michigan hit the top spot, achieving a score of 81.01 while North Cascades came in second.   The…

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