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Heartwarming moment dog is found alive in rubble after wildfire

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video This is the heartwarming moment a family dog came bounding out from a home completely destroyed by wildfire in California. Jack Weaver, 37, hiked three miles up to his parents’ vineyard days after the devastation to assess the damage and search for ...

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We need to be clear what sexual assault actually is

Around six or seven years ago, I was sexually assaulted on the way home from a night out. Except I didn’t realise I had been. I used to co-run one of East London’s worst club nights (true story, sorry to all who came) and our takings were always in cash. Taking a taxi home wasn’t an option as I was ...

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Woman dies after tree falls on her car as ex-Hurricane Ophelia batters Ireland

The woman was in Waterford, in southeastern Ireland, when the tree fell on her car (Picture: AFP/Getty Images) A woman has become the first fatality of ex-Hurricane Ophelia after a tree fell on her car in Waterford this morning. The driver, who was the car’s sole occupant, was pronounced dead at the scene as the storm began to batter Ireland’s southeastern coast. ...

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EastEnders Ian Beale star Adam Woodyatt is selling his own gin

(Picture: BBC) Time to get Bealed, lads – EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt is launching his own gin for sale and the tipple, under Adam’s new brand Neat Gin, will soon be ready for consumer consumption. Adam, who has played chip shop king Ian Beale for over 30 years, is setting out to prove that he can be every bit as ...

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Dog owner shares harrowing pictures of sick husky in warning over deadly mushrooms

Jess Allen and partner Chris Devern with husky puppy Reka after her miraculous recovery (Picture: Mercury) A dog owner has revealed harrowing images of her young husky’s brush with death after it miraculously survived eating deadly mushrooms. Jess Allen’s 18-month-old dog Reka became violently ill after arriving home from a walk. Rescue of 80,000 stranded Monarch airlines passengers could cost ...

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The Beatles still make £67,000 a day from an old company that shut down half a century ago

The Beatles, who are quite rich at this point (Picture: FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) While you rummage at the bottom of your bag to find enough change for a coffee, The Beatles are still making £67,000-a-day from a company that shut down 50 years ago. So that’s nice for them. Liam Gallagher admits that Oasis splitting up is the ‘biggest disappointment’ ...

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Joan Collins says Marilyn Munroe warned her about ‘Hollywood wolves’ and lost Cleopatra role because of predators

Dame Joan says she missed out on a role in Cleopatra (Picture: ITV) Dame Joan Collins has opened up about her personal experiences of sexual harassment as she exposed details of Hollywood’s shocking casting couch secrets in the wake of the shocking allegations against Harvey Weinstein.  The veteran actress also revealed on This Morning that she  warned by Marilyn Monroe to ...

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How Rafael Nadal needs to get nasty to end Roger Federer woes & other big questions from latest Fedal clash

Nadal was left in Federer’s shadow again (Picture: AFP/Getty) You have to feel for Rafael Nadal. In a season where he’s returned to world No. 1, won two of the four Grand Slams – including a 10th Roland Garros crown – and won two Masters 1000 titles, he’s still been unable to shake the nagging feeling of being in Roger ...

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Dodie Clark forced to cancel Dublin gig last minute due to Hurricane Ophelia warnings – but don’t throw away your ticket

Dodie’s rescheduled her Dublin show due to hurricane safety fears (Picture: Dodie Clark) Chuck your yellow jumper back in the wardrobe and leave the ukulele at home, because singer/songwriter and vlogging star Dodie Clark has been forced to pull the plug on her Dublin gig, scheduled for Monday night. The Beatles still make £67,000 a day from an old company ...

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There’s a taboo around loneliness that we need to break

‘The only way to confront loneliness is by breaking the taboo around it’ (Illustration: Erin Aniker for Metro.co.uk) On the surface, you’d never know I struggle with loneliness. Every day I’m busy; busy with work, busy with passion projects, busy attending events and talks, and meeting new people. Lonely in London – how to fight feeling alone when you’re around ...

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