'God help these people:' Anger, grief after London fire

'God help these people:' Anger, grief after London fire

Their pictures are everywhere, taped to walls or clothes, each with a name and a desperate plea for information. Children, their parents, young people, old people, different ethnicities — the posters reflect the diverse community that calls this part of west London home. But as they smile from their photos, the other people gathering at the Latymer Christian Centre to see the makeshift memorials have tissues in their hands, their swollen eyes hidden behind large dark sunglasses. Here, flowers and candles line the foot of the walls. Well-wishers from the…

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NSW Premier announces funding boost for one of state's busiest hospitals

NSW Premier announces funding boost for one of state's busiest hospitals

Updated June 17, 2017 20:11:36 Photo: The extra money will go to the emergency department, mental health facilities and paediatric services. (ABC News: Lucy McNally) Related Story: Patients, staff worried by state of Sydney hospital Related Story: Hospital and new motorway plans revealed in NSW budget countdown The NSW Premier has promised this week’s budget will contain more than $600 million for one of the state’s busiest hospitals. Campbelltown Hospital is set to receive $632 million dollars in Tuesday’s budget for an upgrade that will focus on extra space for…

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Wil Anderson arrested after 'misunderstanding' on aeroplane

Wil Anderson arrested after 'misunderstanding' on aeroplane

Updated June 18, 2017 00:33:57 Photo: Wil Anderson was taken to Wagga Wagga police station for questioning. (Supplied: Brisbane Powerhouse) Comedian Wil Anderson was arrested after an incident on a flight from Sydney to Wagga Wagga in New South Wales on Saturday. Police went to Wagga Wagga Airport just before 4:00pm after reports of a disruptive passenger on an incoming flight from Sydney. The 43-year-old was arrested as he left the plane. He was taken to Wagga Wagga police station for questioning and later released. Mr Anderson told Channel Nine…

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Cosby's alleged victims 'not ruined but damaged'

Cosby's alleged victims 'not ruined but damaged'

Updated June 18, 2017 07:31:21 Photo: Bill Cosby was usually accompanied to court by spokesman Andrew Wyatt. (AP: Matt Rourke) Bill Cosby’s trial has ended in a mistrial due to a hopelessly deadlocked jury but the circus that was his court case will be repeated, with prosecutors immediately announcing they will retry him. It was a carefully stage-managed affair, with a battle for the minds of the jurors inside the court and a public relations duel for the hearts of the public outside. Every morning Bill Cosby would arrive in…

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