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Luke Robertson was at Cahills Crossing in the Northern Territory - a notorious crocodile-infested waterway - when he decided to go for a fish.
Mother-of-four Mel Watts, from the Central Coast in New South Wales, has shared a candid photograph of her body just months after giving birth to her fourth child.
Richard Howson, 49, has still not apologised after the collapse of the firm leaves taxpayers facing a huge £600million bill and it has now emerged he owns a stunning six-bedroom chalet in the French Alps.
Severe weather warnings were upgraded across the UK last night, with much of Scotland and Northern Ireland blanketed in snow and ice and members of the public told to 'be prepared'.
After a chaotic 12 months in which it attracted widespread criticism for its gay rights season, it seems the National Trust has failed to learn anything.
Pressure on North Korea must be kept up despite the tentative truce with Seoul, Boris Johnson insisted at a two-day summit with his counterparts in Vancouver, Canada.
Keira Knightley, 32, says she finds the way women are portrayed in modern-day films 'distasteful' and finds characters offered to her in historical pieces much more inspiring to play.
Researchers at University of Sheffield and Boston's Children Hospital, Harvard Medical School, have developed a revolutionary prototype robotic implant which encourages tissue growth in babies.
Chairman Nick Hardwick (pictured) said releasing rapist John Worboys, 60, could threaten the independence of the justice system.
Boris Johnson wants Theresa May to counter the threat of Jeremy Corbyn by pledging to give the NHS an extra £100million a week. Pictured: Boris speaking in Canada yesterday.
Han, a Chinese Tumblr user, described how his father laid out a pen, a dollar, and a toy in front of him as a little boy to see which one he would choose.
Senior party figures demanded cost-cutting to keep Ukip afloat, including ditching all mailouts to members. Ukip’s most recent accounts show it was £380,630 in debt before last year's election.
The Big Six energy companies have all ranked in the bottom 10 of a Which? annual customer satisfaction survey of 9,000 people as consumers turn to medium and small suppliers.
Catherine, who has been married to Michael for 17 years, admitted she found the claims 'very, very upsetting' and was glad he 'put the story straight' when he denied the accusations last week.
Mishal Husain, Victoria Derbyshire (pictured) and Jane Garvey have written to director general Lord Hall distancing themselves from the findings of a review being carried out by management consultants.
Researchers said the cost of independent schooling has risen inexorably over the last four decades as a proportion of household budgets.
In all its lawlessness, chaos and spirit of entitlement, the Jungle camp at Calais shows the political class in France lacks any real determination to sort out the problem.
The vociferous Brexit supporter stood unopposed to become chairman of the Elected Research Group (ERG), which comprises more than 60 backbenchers in Westminster.
Home and Away actress Jessica Falkholt (pictured) has tragically died more than three weeks after a horror car crash which claimed the lives of her parents and younger sister.
The University of Bath's Court has passed a motion calling for the immediate departure of its vice-chancellor following a row about her pay.