Meghan Markle’s future sister-in-law Darlene Blount arrested for assaulting Meghan’s brother Thomas Markle Jr

Meghan Markle’s future sister-in-law Darlene Blount arrested for assaulting Meghan’s brother Thomas Markle Jr

MEGHAN Markle’s future sister-in-law stares teary-eyed in a mugshot — after being suspected of hitting her fiance in a boozy fight. The Sun reports that Darlene Blount, 37, was arrested at the home she shares with Markle’s half-brother Tom Markle Jnr, who allegedly held a gun to her head in a separate drink-fuelled row. Camera IconMeghan Markle’s half brother, Thomas Markle Jr, was arrested in January 2017 for pointing a gun at Darlene Blount. Picture: SplashPicture: SuppliedCamera IconDarlene Blount, 37, was arrested for assaulting Meghan Markle’s brother, her fiance Thomas…

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Two drown in Victorian waters, toddler critical after incident in pool

Two drown in Victorian waters, toddler critical after incident in pool

Updated January 06, 2018 20:32:01 Two men have drowned in separate incidents in Victoria’s south-west, while a toddler is in a critical condition after a near-drowning at a Melbourne pool. Police said a man drowned in waters at Williamstown Beach this afternoon after earlier a man in his 20s drowned at Seaholme near the Altona boat ramp. Ambulance Victoria said they tried to revive the man after he and two other men got into trouble near the boat ramp at about 4:30pm, but he could not be saved. He died…

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When chasing waterfalls, don't stick to the rivers you're used to

When chasing waterfalls, don't stick to the rivers you're used to

Posted January 06, 2018 09:00:01 Photo: Craig Doumouras has visited about 140 waterfalls in Tasmania and is still hunting for more. (Supplied: Craig Doumouras) Related Story: Kid-friendly bushwalks around Hobart Chasing waterfalls changed Craig Doumouras’s life for the better, and now he’s sharing his experiences online with other likeminded nature lovers. “It’s a growing community,” he said. “There’s a lot of people just like me who run around photographing waterfalls and just like to be a part of the journey.” Photo: Grail Falls in the Walls of Jerusalem National Park…

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Florida iguanas falling from trees

Florida iguanas falling from trees

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Malaysia approves 'no cure, no fee' bid to find MH370

Malaysia approves 'no cure, no fee' bid to find MH370

Posted January 06, 2018 20:58:13 The Malaysian Government has approved a new attempt to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the Indian Ocean. US-based company Ocean Infinity early this week dispatched the search vessel Seabed Constructor to look for debris in the southern Indian Ocean, three and a half years after the Boeing 777 disappeared on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew. The governments of Malaysia, China and Australia called off the 1,046-day official search almost a year ago without…

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