The 10-year-old was seriously hurt in the incident on a pedestrian crossing in the Drylaw area of Edinburgh.
Rahul’s areas of expertise included 19th Century artists and Edward Jenner’s medical innovation.
Daniel Andrews and Bill Shorten address rally in Melbourne telling people there should not be a postal survey on same-sex marriage, but to vote yes
The Victorian premier has accused Malcolm Turnbull of giving in to “extreme elements within his government” by holding a postal survey on marriage equality.
“There’s no need for us to be having this postal plebiscite, this postal survey, but the prime minister in his weakness has given into some extreme elements within his government,” Daniel Andrews said on Sunday.
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor’s health has taken a “defining turn”, the church says.
Australian authorities will make it much harder to keep up with the latest on Game of Thrones. They're expected to crack down hard on dozens of pirate websites that serve unauthorized movies and TV shows within the next couple of weeks. That's becaus…
- Crawford furthers case as boxing’s pound-for-pound best with knockout
- Omaha native now holds all four major title belts at junior welterweight
- Bob Arum wants Crawford to fight winner of Horn v Pacquiao rematch
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Terence Crawford took all the drama out of his fight against Julius Indongo, and he did it fast at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Now Crawford is the only undisputed world champion in professional boxing.
Cabinet Minister Arthur Sinodinos says Australia and New Zealand still have a “rock solid relationship” despite the recent citizenship issues between the two countries.
The man who famously coached Anna Meares to Olympic gold in 2012, Gary West, has died at the age of 57 after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND).
Everyone in Judge Craig Hannah’s opiate-specific court is offered a deal: complete addiction treatment and the charges against them may be reduced
“You have to want to get help, and you have to want to help yourself,” counsels Judge Craig Hannah from his bench in Buffalo city court 11. “You can’t just keep running away from the treatment bus.”
Hannah, a pioneering jurist who oversees the nation’s first Opiate Crisis Intervention Court in northern New York, is speaking to a man who has flunked out of rehab a second time. A bed in a third facility may not be so easy to find. The addict – a “participant” in the parlance of the court – looks doubtful, and Hannah continues his pitch: “If you get on the bus, I’m going to take off my robe and come down there and shake you by the hand.
Gregory used his humour to break racial barriers in the 1960s and even ran for president in 1968
Dick Gregory, who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used humour to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died. He was 84.