UKAD to launch probe into Conor Benn's positive drugs test with potential for a four year ban

Today's News

Today's top headlines include a victim of Hep A from imported frozen berries describing their ordeal, a penalty from Georgia Stanway giving England a victory over the USA, Google joining the smart watch market, and three people killed in an explosion at a service station in Ireland.


  • A victim of Hep A describes their ordeal after contracting the disease from imported frozen berries.
  • Georgia Stanway scores a penalty to give England a victory over world champions USA.
  • Maternal depression is a serious issue in Thailand, and the COVID-19 pandemic has made it worse.
  • Google is joining the smart watch market, and Elon Musk's Twitter deal is back on.
  • Three people are killed in an explosion at a service station in Ireland.
  • Keanu Reeves has left Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio's upcoming film 'Devil in the White City'.
  • UKAD is launching a probe into Conor Benn's positive drugs test, which could lead to a four year ban.
  • Final Fantasy 14 is under attack by hackers, according to Square Enix.
  • Experts say a study on ivermectin and Covid-19 death risk is flawed.
  • Weegar's Flames extension brings Treliving's stroke-of-genius trade full circle.
  • Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the Japan Open in a 'heartbreaking' decision.
  • A woman has died after a car slammed into a western Sydney home.
  • 'Danger day' looms for Sydney and inland NSW as heavy rain and storms exacerbate flooding fears across multiple states.
  • Zelenskyy says Ukraine has retaken nearly 2,500 square kilometres in a new counteroffensive.
  • ASU research provides new insights into Belizean coral reef conservation.
  • NYC Mayor Adams declares state of emergency over migrant crisis.
  • World Cup a ‘moment of becoming’ for women’s rugby – and for New Zealand.
  • A teenager has been charged after a boy, 12, died in a Wollongong crash potentially linked to a TikTok trend.
  • National Gallery confirms one of its Vermeers is actually not a Vermeer.
  • A new study suggests that ocean spray may have created conditions for life to form on Earth.