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The America's Cup boys may add quality to the fleet, but the hand to hand fight between reigning champion Leigh McMillan and the man he pipped in 2013, Morgan Larson, was resumed at the top of the Extreme Sailing Series on the opening afternoon of
Jennifer Philp-Parsons, 46, seduced two 16-year-old pupils, inviting them to alcohol-fuelled parties at her home in Exmouth, Devon. On one occasion, she had sex with one of the boys while her husband Jake, 45, slept upstairs, jurors were told. On
Driver released on police bail All 50 passengers on board were over the age of 50 A 57-year-old driver arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving when a coach crashed in Cornwall has been released on police bail.
Range National Park in the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area of Western Australia has been closed after heavy rainfall caused flooding, forcing campers to move to higher ground. The Department of Parks and Wildlife said the park would remain closed
Town in north-west Western Australia cut off by floods Updated April 26, 2014 23:58:58 The town of Exmouth in Western Australia's north-west has been cut off by flooding after a deluge of rain over the long weekend. The airport has been closed and
They join Carole Cross, a woman whose case was highlighted two years ago, and the three deaths have spread anxiety through the towns and villages of the area. All three came into contact with the poisoned Camelford water and all were found to have
View comments A mother who ballooned to 20 stone was shamed into shedding the pounds after she derailed a miniature train because she was so fat. Kerry Hill, 30, gorged on pizza and greasy takeaways which saw her pile on the pounds as a teenager.
The eight-metre LeisureCat vessel, valued at $200,000, was moored at an island 40 nautical miles north of Exmouth last May when it was hit by a king wave and capsized. Trade winds pushed the boat up the coast of Africa before it smashed into rocks on
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says a tropical low north of WA is expected to develop into a tropical cyclone by Saturday night as it moves southwest. The low is 340 kilometres north-northwest of Broome, moving at nine kilometres an hour. The Port
25 December 2013 6 shares 0 View comments Thousands of Christmas Day revellers lined a rainy seafront as people in fancy dress took the plunge for a freezing dip in the sea. The brave participants launched themselves into the sea in Exmouth, Devon