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Prince George Goes Walkabout With Bilbies

Prince George Goes Walkabout With Bilbies

Prince George made his first walkabout on the Australian leg of the royal tour when he met some indigenous animals at a zoo.

Ukraine: 'Five Killed At Separatist Checkpoint'

Ukraine: 'Five Killed At Separatist Checkpoint'

Russian state TV has reported that five people were killed at a checkpoint manned by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine PM: 'Putin Has Soviet Union Dream'

Ukraine PM: 'Putin Has Soviet Union Dream'

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk has said he is concerned as to how far Russian President Vladimir Putin will go in what …

'Faster Than Farah' Runner Denies Cheating

'Faster Than Farah' Runner Denies Cheating

A man accused of jumping over a barrier during the London Marathon to finish the race in an impressive time has denied allegations…

Welby's Easter Sermon To Highlight Hardship

Welby's Easter Sermon To Highlight Hardship

The Archbishop of Canterbury will highlight the suffering of people facing conflict around the world during his Easter sermon at C…

Teachers Warn Of 'Constant' CCTV Surveillance

Teachers Warn Of 'Constant' CCTV Surveillance

Teachers say they are being subjected to constant surveillance by CCTV schools supposed to keep pupils safe.

Teen Thrown Around Ride Like A 'Rag Doll'

Teen Thrown Around Ride Like A 'Rag Doll'

A teenager is recovering in hospital after falling 15ft from a fairground ride in Worthing, Sussex.

South Korean Ferry Families Clash With Police

South Korean Ferry Families Clash With Police

Distraught relatives of hundreds of missing passengers on board the sunken South Korean ferry have clashed with police as the offi…

Fog Screens Could Herald Gadget Revolution

Fog Screens Could Herald Gadget Revolution

Developers at Bristol University have invented what could be the future of interactive computing, involving fog screens.

Cameron-Appointed Quango Chief Resigns

Cameron-Appointed Quango Chief Resigns

A businessman appointed by David Cameron to head a £60bn quango has resigned after it was revealed he was declared bankrupt.

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

The former head of a £60bn government quango, desperate Syrian residents and a killer whale all feature on the front pages of Sun…

Easter Weather: Millions Face Heavy Downpours

Easter Weather: Millions Face Heavy Downpours

Easter Sunday and Monday are predicted to be wet for millions of Britons after a dry start to the Bank Holiday weekend.

Teen Punished For Asking Miss America To Prom

Teen Punished For Asking Miss America To Prom

A Pennsylvania high school student has been suspended for asking reigning Miss America Nina Davuluri to a prom during her visit to…

Tsunami Warning After Papua New Guinea Quake

Tsunami Warning After Papua New Guinea Quake

A tsunami warning has been issued after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck off Papua New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean.

Man Held For 'Drink Driving' After Cop Car Crash

Man Held For 'Drink Driving' After Cop Car Crash

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a car crashed into a police patrol vehicle in Dudley in the West Midla…

Car Fire In Lion Enclosure: Family's Terror

Car Fire In Lion Enclosure: Family's Terror

A woman has told Sky News of the terrifying dilemma she faced when her car caught fire in the middle of the lion enclosure at a sa…

Marathon Runner's Second Half 'Faster Than Mo's'

Marathon Runner's Second Half 'Faster Than Mo's'

Organisers of the London Marathon are looking into how one of the competitors ran the second half of his race faster than Mo Farah…

'Church Has Harmed Gay People' Says Welby

'Church Has Harmed Gay People' Says Welby

The Anglican Church has caused "great harm" to homosexuals and is wrestling with the issue of gay marriage, according to the Archb…

Aberdeen: Boy Found On Fire After 'Petrol Game'

Aberdeen: Boy Found On Fire After 'Petrol Game'

A seven-year-old boy who suffered serious burns while playing in an Aberdeen street may have been set on fire in a game that went …

Twin Boys Fight Off Carjacker With Toy Snake

Twin Boys Fight Off Carjacker With Toy Snake

A thief who stole a car with three children in the back was forced to pull over when one of the youngsters began whipping him with…

Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet

Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet

The Duchess of Cambridge turned down a chivalrous offer from her husband as the Royal couple continue their tour of Australia.

Man Held Over Killing Of Continuity IRA Leader

Man Held Over Killing Of Continuity IRA Leader

A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of former dissident republican leader Tommy Crossan.

Missing Plane Search 'Could Take 5 to 7 Days'

Missing Plane Search 'Could Take 5 to 7 Days'

Australian officials supervising the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have said that an underwater search for the b…

Frilly Socks 'Too Dangerous For Schoolgirls'

Frilly Socks 'Too Dangerous For Schoolgirls'

A ban on girls wearing frilly socks and refusal to clear up dog mess in a playground are among a list of health and safety excuses…

South Korea Ferry Disaster Captain's Apology

South Korea Ferry Disaster Captain's Apology

The captain of a ferry that capsized off the coast of South Korea leaving more than 200 children dead or missing has apologised to…

British Gas Bonus Claims To Be Investigated

British Gas Bonus Claims To Be Investigated

Claims that British Gas workers have been paid large bonuses to inflate customer bills are to be investigated by the energy regula…

Justin Bieber Petition: White House Responds

Justin Bieber Petition: White House Responds

The White House has responded to the call to deport Justin Bieber from the US by saying: "We won't be commenting".

Big Increase In 'Stranger' Kidney Donations

Big Increase In 'Stranger' Kidney Donations

The number of people donating their kidneys to strangers has risen dramatically in the last seven years.

Teachers' Strike Possible If Talks Break Down

Teachers' Strike Possible If Talks Break Down

Teachers are considering a fresh walkout just weeks after strike action forced schools across England and Wales to close.

Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Privacy, pensions, gay marriage and gas bills feature on the front pages of Saturday's newspapers.

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