Scotland's big summer music event, TRNSMT, has kicked off in Glasgow, with around 40,000 revellers enjoying their favourite acts in soaring temperatures. The Stereophonics are headlining the first day of the festival, which saw earlier performances by Jessie J and Kodaline. James Bay, The Script and Tom Walker are also on the line-up.
Vietnam's largest real estate company Vingroup is expanding into the car industry. The company is investing as much as $3.5 billion to create a line of vehicles for Vietnamese consumers. Vingroup Vice Chairwoman Le Thu Thuy Thi told Bloomberg News' Hanoi bureau chief John Boudreau that Vietnam's growing income drove her to get behind the wheel.
Shepparton Villages resident Steve Szmola appeared on the front page of the Shepparton News last week in search of a chess opponent. Despite the age gap, 10-year-old Zaryhe Briggs was willing to take on the challenge of coming up against Mr Szmola.
There has been huge news in the Murray Football League this week. The panel discusses it all and more, while Tyler chats to Tungamah football and netball coaches Jeremy O'Brien and Danielle O'Shea.
We are getting towards the business end of the Picola and District Football League season and the contenders are making their moves - we discuss all that and more on this week's Footy Show.
Ahead of one of the biggest Saturdays of the Picola District Football Netball League season, the boys have a full preview and plenty of news to get you ready for the massive round 13.
The panel discusses another big weekend of Murray football and netball. The boys will be out at Echuca South Recreation Reserve to bring you yet another live stream from the game between the Eagles and Barooga.
Get around this week's Picola and District Football Netball League Footy Show - we've got previews of what is going to be massive day between Waaia and Blighty with both the football and netball clashes set to be wild.
In today's episode of The Lead with Kimberley Price, brought to you by Echuca KIA. see how Echuca College celebrated its Wellbeing Focus Day, meet the cat of the week and hear the Border Raiders division two's reaction after a win.
Today on The Lead we meet a remarkable eight-year-old battling an incredibly cruel birth defect and his brave parents who are determined to see him make every post a winner.
Today we launch The Lead with Kimberley Price, brought to you by Kia Echuca. Kim will present stories about local people in the news every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
As well as updating people on their health and sending thanks, the boys had something else on their mind.
Scientists declassify films showing atmospheric nuclear tests conducted during the Cold War.
President Trump has fiercely criticised the prime minister's Brexit plan in a newspaper interview.
More than 50 artists came together to paint 400 houses in the tiny fishing village of Khar Danda.
Republican Louie Gohmert asks FBI agent Peter Strzok how many times he lied to his wife.
Dorjee Sun, a young Australian Entrepreneur, believes there's money to be made from protecting rainforests in Indonesia, saving the orangutan from extinction and making a real impact on climate change. Armed with a laptop and a backpack, he sets out across the globe to find investors in his carbon trading scheme. It is a battle against time. Achmadi, the palm oil farmer is ready to set fire to his land to plant more palm oil, and Lone's orangutan centre has reached crisis point with over 600 orangutans rescued from the fires. The Burning Season is an eco-thriller about a young man not afraid to confront the biggest challenge of our time.
Dr. Antonio Busalacchi, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research president, discusses the science of geoengineering and how it can be used to combat climate change. He speaks with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg Technology."
"Fear has been ruling the environmental debate... global warming is real, it is man-made and it is an important problem, but it is not the end of the world." Cool It is a bold and refreshing look at the bigger picture. Investigating the 'hot topic' du jour - elucidating current environmental circumstances and the impact of global warming, Cool It presents an engaging argument against widespread alarmist theory, questioning whether the world is in fact doomed to environmental catastrophe.
2016 was the hottest year on record, and with U.S. commitment to the Paris Agreement in doubt, the rest of the world may have to go it alone in the fight against global warming. Bloomberg QuickTake delves into the current state of climate change.
Liberal MP John McKay says Doug Ford's Conservative election victory puts the Trudeau government at odds with Ontario over climate change. Ford pledged to scrap Ontario's cap-and-trade carbon pricing system.. .
It's a devastating milestone. The death toll from Japan's shock flooding has now passed 200. It's the biggest death toll from an extreme weather even in Japan in more than three decades. But that's not all. Intense summer heat and water shortages are driving fears of disease outbreaks among survivors. More than 200,000 households are currently without water in western Japan. Limited water supplies mean many people are not getting enough fluids and are in danger of suffering heatstroke in the sweltering conditions. Officials also worry that with limited fresh water, people are avoiding simple things like washing their hands. That could easily lead to an epidemic. It's the result of torrential rain that struck nearly a week ago. That set off floods and landslides in some communities built near rivers and on steep hillsides. People who fled the devastation are currently taking shelter in temporary evacuation centers set up in school gymnasiums. But that's no escape from the heat either. More than 70 thousand military, police and firefighters are scouring the debris in a grim search for people who are still missing. It's backbreaking work, as the mud from landslides has now hardened in the heat. Disasters caused by torrential rains have become more common in Japan, and experts say it could be due to global warming. Last summer dozens died in floods after similar storms. It's got Japanese authorities asking what the country's government can do to stop extreme weather causing a disaster like this again.
Climate change risks destroying humanity - that was Pope Francis' stark warning to the world's top oil executives during a two-day conference at the Vatican. He called on top oil executives from Exxon Mobil, BP and the Norwegian firm Equinor to help the world convert to clean fuels to avoid catastrophe. He told the energy leaders and investors, quote: "The world needs a new energy mix that combats pollution, eliminates poverty and promotes social justice." It was a closed door event, only open to cameras for a few of his words. Pope Francis has long backed scientific consensus that climate change is caused by human activity. In 2015 he wrote a major document on global warming and described it as "worrying" that the search for new fossil fuel reserves is still ongoing. Investors and world powers have called on the energy industry to play a bigger role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and meet the goals set out in the 2015 climate agreement signed in Paris.
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Kylie Jenner decided to ditch lip fillers for the sake of her baby daughter Stormi.
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Tom Cruise recounts the story of how he carried a stunt on after breaking his ankle, The veteran action actor hurt himself while jumping from one building to another during the filming of Mission Impossible Fallout.
Paloma Faith's record label want her to be less political and write more about "heartbreak" but she won't.
Samira Mighty decided to leave 'Love Island' in tonight's episode to be reunited with her man Frankie Foster - even though they only knew each other for a week.
Bloomberg Businessweek's Tom Randall and Bloomberg's Josh Eidelson discuss Tesla's Model 3 production odyssey. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Cryptocurrencies are still considered a risky investment for the more traditional investors, and only riskier as thefts on crypto exchanges continue to rise. According to security firm CipherTrace, more than $760 million dollars in cryptocurrency was stolen from exchanges so far this year, easily outpacing 2017. CipherTrace CEO Dave Jevans explains on "Bloomberg Technology."