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Bunny Girl And Teen Murders: Appeal 40 Years On
Investigators urge anyone who knows who killed the pair, not to keep their secret a day longer and come forward.
NBN cable rules spark electricity network push-back
Government kicked for seeking free ride on power poles Stop us if you've heard this one before: the federal government has managed to alienate important
Labour Leadership Battle: The Final Debate
The special live programme on Sky News is the last TV debate between the contenders before voting ends in the closely fought race.
'Evil' Ex-Boyfriend Guilty Over Acid Attack
Adele Bellis was at a bus stop when a man threw sulphuric acid over her, leaving her without an ear and with life-changing scars.
Walkie-Talkie Crowned UK's Ugliest Building
Towering over the City with its 37 storeys, bulbous curves and an ability to melt traffic, the Walkie-Talkie wins a prize.
Brooks Back At News UK As Sun Gets New Editor
Rebekah Brooks returns to run Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper business, where there will be a new man at the helm of the tabloid.
Police Shoot Man Suspected Of Carrying Guns
The IPCC are investigating after armed officers were sent to Dunmow in Essex where two firearms were recovered from the scene.
Zero-Hours Contracts Jump 19% In A Year
A debate is raging again on the merits of "pay as you go" employment contracts as official figures suggest they are still rising.
Emma Thompson's Arctic Drilling Protest Poem
The Oscar-winner reads a poem to Sky News she has written to express her anger at Shell's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic.
Backpacker Murder Suspect Tells Of 'Torture'
Burmese migrant Zaw Lin says he had a plastic bag put over his head as police tortured him to confess to killing two Britons.