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Rhino Poacher Trampled By An Elephant And Then Eaten By Lions  LADbible

A poacher who broke into a national park in South Africa has died after being trampled to death by elephants. The poacher's body was unable to be rescued and ...

Analysis | The Energy 202: Republicans vote against bill containing their key climate priority: researching energy innovation  The Washington Post

THE LIGHTBULB. The Department of Energy building in Washington. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta). In recent months, several Republicans have rallied ...

10 Selected Architecture Job Opportunities for Experienced Project Managers  Archinect

Every successful design project needs a project manager. From overseeing the design and construction process to site preparation, an architectural project ...

Gove calls for world to save wildlife like it came together on climate change  ITV News

The world needs to show the same ambition as it has on climate change to protect global wildlife, Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said. Speaking ...

Rare One-Horned Indian Rhino Born at Zoo Miami  Smithsonian.com

Last week, Zoo Miami welcomed a baby greater one-horned Indian rhinoceros, born to a seven-year-old female named Akuti. The birth marked a big win in the ...

Rhino Resource Partners Sells Its Elk Horn Coal Leasing Business  Seeking Alpha

Rhino Resource Partners is selling its Elk Horn coal leasing royalty business for $12.5 million. This is a fraction of the price it paid five years ago, due to.

Rhino Resource Partners - Expiring Coal Contracts Are A Concern  Seeking Alpha

Rhino Resource Partners has reduced its credit facility debt to around $43.6 million and has relatively low cash interest costs of $3 million per year. However, a ...

Banks sign up to William's mission to disrupt illegal wildlife trade  ITV News

Barclays, HSBC and the Royal Bank of Scotland are among financial institutions backing a move led by the Duke of Cambridge to tackle the illegal wildlife trade.

China Reverses Its Ban on the Use of Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine  Smithsonian.com

In a controversial and surprising move, China announced on Monday that it will reverse a decades-old ban on the use of rhinoceros horns and tiger bones in ...

Tourist Arrested After Officials Discover Drugged Orangutan In Case  LADbible

A man has been arrested at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali after quarantine officers discovered an orangutan asleep inside his suitcase. Conservation ...

Luxury lodges and a conservation success story make Namibia the hottest safari destination right now - Lifestyle from Xposť - Virgin Media Television  virginmediatelevision.ie

Best known for its dramatic landscapes, the southern African country is now attracting visitors with its wildlife, says Sarah Marshall.

Prisons minister accused of diverting resources from struggling jails in bid to keep his job  The Independent

Prisons minister Rory Stewart is accused of diverting resources from struggling jails into a select few, to deliver on his pledge to improve conditions in 10 prisons ...

Rhino Resource Partners: How It Can Be Worth $2 Again  Seeking Alpha

Rhino has had challenges with elevated production costs, especially at its Pennyrile mine in the Illinois Basin. If costs go down to $35 per ton (versus an orig.

Duke of Cambridge to speak at meeting to combat illegal wildlife trade  ITV News

The Duke of Cambridge will speak at the first meeting of the United for Wildlife joint taskforce designed to combat the illegal trade in animals. The programme ...

Primary school launches £20k fundraising campaign to provide necessary teaching and resources for pupils  The Independent

A school in Worcestershire has launched a fundraising campaign to raise £20000 amid squeezed budgets. The cash would allow the rural primary school to still ...

Four in five teachers pay for school resources amid funding pressures, headteachers say  The Independent

Four in five teachers are using their own money to support schoolchildren amid funding pressures, headteachers have said in a survey. Almost three in four ...

Teachers forced to forage in skips for woodwork materials as cuts leave schools bereft of resources, MPs told  The Independent

Teachers have been forced to forage in skips to find wood for pupils to work on in design and technology classes as savage funding cuts leave schools bereft of ...

Bonus bonanza at university campus in strip-club scandal  The Guardian

Senior managers at a university that recently hit the headlines after staff spent thousands of pounds at a lapdancing club have received more than £600,000 in ...

San Diego's Frozen Zoo Offers Hope for Endangered Species Around the World  Smithsonian

The largest animal cryobank in the world is a rich source of genetic knowledge that may one day be used to bring endangered species back from the brink.

Alien invasion: How growth of weeds from outside India is wrecking Assam?s rhino habitats  Scroll.in

Parthenium, native to the Americas, alone has a history of damaging local ecosystems in more than 20 countries.

Half a million people paying ?unnecessary? tax on state pension, study finds  The Independent

Around half a million older workers may be paying ?unnecessary? tax on their state pension, analysis from a mutual insurer has found. Large numbers of people ...

Women?s lives at risk as tampax tax money not going to charities as promised, campaigners warn  The Independent

The government has been accused of putting women's lives at risk by failing to give money raised from its Tampon Tax Fund to specialist organisations ...

A comment section of a photo of a rhinoceros breastfeeding hilariously calls out human mom shamers  Yahoo Sports

This mother rhino is "just trying to seduce the other rhinos' husbands," according to one comment.

Four-year-olds to learn how to avoid online paedophiles through animated series  The Independent

A series of animations has been launched to teach children as young as four about the dangers of online grooming. The National Crime Agency (NCA) has ...

Brexit is a tragic diversion of resources from the nation?s real priorities  The Independent

Even those who still want to leave the European Union must recognise that the attempt to do so has been and is a huge diversion of time, energy and resources ...

With Hybrid Embryo, Scientists Are One Step Closer to Saving the Northern White Rhino  Smithsonian.com

Hybrid embryos were created using northern rhinos' frozen sperm, southern rhinos' eggs.

William calls for jail sentences for animal traffickers and poachers  Yahoo News

The Duke of Cambridge has called for people involved in the ?evil? illegal trade of animals to be jailed. William said the trade ?remains deeply worrying? as he ...

UK businesses could boost output by billions if they invest in training and treating staff better, says CBI  The Independent

Billions of pounds could be added to the economy if people management practices are improved, a new study suggests. The Confederation of British Industry ...

Sajid Javid directly contradicts Theresa May over knife crime after admitting crisis is linked to police resources  The Independent

Sajid Javid has directly contradicted Theresa May over knife crime, saying police resources are ?very important? to quelling rising violence. The home secretary ...

The best science images of the year: 2018 in pictures  Nature.com

2018 will go down in history as a scorcher: deadly wildfires and droughts raged from California to Cape Town. The year also brought advances in cloning and ...

Families of people who die in prison custody face 'uneven playing field' in inquests, figures suggest  The Independent

The prison *service* receives 43 times more funding for inquests into deaths in custody than the families of those who have died, new figures suggest, prompting ...

?I am getting out before it kills me?: Two in five teachers plan to quit within five years, union warns  The Independent

Schools are ?haemorrhaging? staff with two in five teachers planning to quit the profession within the next five years because of their unbearable workloads, ...

Police could suspend 101 non-emergency number amid rising 999 calls and budget cuts  The Independent

Police forces across the country could start suspending the non-emergency 101 *service* to cope with an influx of calls, it has been warned. Bedfordshire Police ...

Nearly half of academy chains under spotlight for six-figure salaries have offered more pay rises  The Independent

Nearly half of the academy chains which have been ordered by ministers twice to justify awarding excessive salaries to their heads or chief executives have ...

Domestic abuse bill: New legislation does not go far enough to tackle problem, campaigners say  The Independent

Campaigners have said the government's new domestic abuse bill does not go far enough to protect victims or tackle the problem. The government's landmark ...

Man jailed for helping American friend dump father in UK car park so he could get free treatment on NHS  The Independent

A ?fantasist? who claimed to be in the elite military unit has been jailed for two and a half years for his part in a plot to abandon a dementia-suffering Californian ...

GCSE textbook claiming Caribbean men are ?largely absent? from families is withdrawn after outrage  The Independent

A GCSE sociology textbook which claims fathers and husbands are ?largely absent? from Caribbean families has been withdrawn following outrage on social ...

Government plans to introduce voter ID 'falling apart' as councils pull out of scheme  The Independent

Ministers' plans to introduce voter ID nationwide in elections are "falling apart" as three councils set to be involved in a major pilot have pulled out of the scheme, ...

Hundreds of councillors urge government to pump billions of pounds into cash-strapped schools  The Independent

Hundreds of local councillors are calling on the education secretary to urge the government to pump billions of pounds into funding schools. In a letter to Damian ...

Knife crime prevention being ?seriously hampered? as councils left in dark about youth offending funding  The Independent

Efforts to tackle soaring levels of knife crime and county lines activity are being ?seriously hampered? because funding for doing so has not yet been announced ...

Children ?threatening to stab and kick pregnant teachers? as pupil violence increases amid funding cuts  The Independent

Schools must deal with ?Teflon kids? amid reports of violent threats against pregnant staff, teachers have said. A motion calling for teachers to be defended when ...

Headteachers could take industrial action or refuse to cut staff in fight over school funding  The Independent

Headteachers could refuse to make staff redundant or strike over funding cuts. School leaders at the annual National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) ...

Councils to guarantee domestic abuse victims secure accommodation under new legal duty  The Independent

Domestic abuse victims must be guaranteed secure accommodation by local councils under a new legal duty aiming to end a ?postcode lottery? for people in ...

Hundreds of parents to protest in Westminster against shorter school weeks forced by funding cuts  The Independent

Hundreds of parents from across the country are set to march on Westminster to demonstrate against funding cuts that have forced schools to close at lunchtime ...

Firefighters tackle fire involving '100 scrap vehicles' | Wales - ITV News  ITV News

Read the latest Wales stories, Firefighters tackle fire involving '100 scrap vehicles' on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Wales news.

More than 144,000 accessing child sex abuse images through dark web in Britain  The Independent

Tens of thousands of individuals accessing the most harmful categories of child abuse images through the dark web are in part fuelling the ?truly staggering? ...

Rory Stewart ?given get out of jail free card? on prison pledge, say campaigners  The Independent

Rory Stewart's removal from his role as prisons minister has ?given him a get out of jail free card? on his pledge to improve the prison system, justice ...

Children with special needs forced out of school for years as funding fails to meet demand  The Independent

Hundreds of shocking cases of children with special needs being forced out of school have emerged as figures reveal a £1.2bn drop in real-terms funding over ...

Schools to be held accountable for exam results of excluded pupils, new report says  The Independent

Headteachers will be accountable for the exam results of students they exclude under a government shakeup aimed at reducing school expulsions. Damian ...

Yes, drug use is a class issue ? and its the middle class who have the most to answer for  The Independent

If you're male, skint, unemployed and living precariously your drug use is more visible. Consequently most of what we know and see in the media in relation to ...

Lady Chatterley's Lover hailed as 'sacred text' in attempt to prevent rare copy leaving UK  The Independent

Lady Chatterley's Lover has been hailed as a ?sacred text? for British democracy by a campaign launched to keep a rare copy in the UK. The sexually explicit ...

Academy chains ordered to justify paying bosses more than £100k  The Independent

Nearly 30 academy chains have been ordered to justify paying their chief executives or headteachers more than £100000 as part a government drive to curb ...

Children miss out on making friends amid shorter school break times, study finds  The Independent

Children are missing out on opportunities to make friends, socialise and exercise after school break times have been cut by as much as an hour over the past ...

Calls for tougher sentences against fly-tippers after cases soar by 40% in five years  The Independent

Fly-tipping incidents have risen almost 40 per cent in five years, councils have warned as they called for tougher sentences for people who illegally dump waste.

Bedford prison: Specialist riot unit sent to quell six-hour disturbance at ?dungeon? jail  The Independent

A specialist riot unit was sent to quash a six-hour disturbance at prison which has been condemned as "dirty and vermin infested". The Ministry of Justice's ...

Vulnerable children being locked up in B&Bs and caravans, report finds  The Independent

Vulnerable children are being locked up in B&Bs and caravans as swingeing funding cuts mean local councils are unable to place them in formal care settings, ...

May sacked Gavin Williamson after 'deciding he is not the Lionel Messi of the cabinet' says former top civil servant  The Independent

Theresa May sacked Gavin Williamson over the Huawei leak inquiry after deciding he was not the "Lionel Messi of the cabinet" and could do without him, the ...

Rape victims must hand phones to police or face investigations being dropped under new scheme  The Independent

Rape and domestic violence victims will be forced to give police access to their phones and social media accounts or face their cases being dropped. New forms ...

Sainsbury's £12bn merger with Asda blocked by regulator because it would raise prices for consumers  The Independent

The proposed £12bn merger between Sainsbury's and Asda has been blocked by the UK's competition watchdog over fears it would lead to raised prices for ...

Schools told to teach pupils about cutting back on sugar in maths and English lessons  The Independent

Schools are being encouraged to teach pupils about reducing their sugar intake in maths and English lessons. A government department is offering dedicated ...

Britons do work the longest hours but a four-day week is not the answer ? this is what we should do instead  The Independent

The UK has been building a bit of a reputation for itself, and I'm not talking about its ability to push back a Brexit deadline. While politicians have been ...

Change regulations to allow TV broadcasters to take on Netflix, BBC chairman urges  The Independent

Public *service* broadcasters are being prevented from competing with streaming giants such as Netflix, according to the chairman of the BBC. Sir David Clementi ...

Gatwick Airport delays: Pair arrested after thousands more passengers left stranded during third day of drone chaos  The Independent

Two people have been arrested in connection with the "criminal use of drones" which has caused widespread disruption to flights at Gatwick Airport. Sussex ...

Prince William at Tusk Conservation Awards: Duke of Cambridge warns environment is at ?dangerous tipping point' for the world  Evening Standard

Prince William warned of the huge impact humans having on the environment saying we are ?ticking towards a tipping point which will become dangerously ...

Four in five teachers bullied in school with some turning to drugs and alcohol to cope  The Independent

Teachers are turning to alcohol and prescribed drugs to cope with workplace bullying, according to a new survey, Four in five teachers have been victims of ...

Criminal barristers threaten strike action over below-minimum wage pay  The Independent

Criminal barristers have threatened to begin walking out of trials or refusing to take on new work because of a pay row with the Crown Prosecution *Service* ...

Poorest families half as likely to get top choice of school through appeals system, study finds  The Independent

Children from the poorest families are half as likely to get into their top choice of secondary school through the appeals system, as the requirement for written ...

Lords? call for cycling licences branded ?woefully out of touch?  The Independent

Cycling campaigners have derided a Labour peer's call for cyclists to be forced to register for licences as ?woefully out of touch?, amid a warning the move would ...

94-year-old peaceful protester wins eight-year legal battle to be removed from police ?extremism database?  The Independent

A 94-year-old peaceful protester and war veteran has won an eight-year legal battle to have his details removed from a police ?extremism? database. John Catt ...

British public left at risk of fraud because it is 'not police priority', watchdog finds  The Independent

The British public are being left at risk of fraud and victims are being failed because many forces do not consider it a priority, the police watchdog has found in a ...

Teacher sacked after calling pupil ?paedophile? while holding pedometer and making beeping sounds  The Independent

A teacher has been sacked for a string of inappropriate classroom incidents, including one where he made beeping noises while holding a pedometer near a ...

Over half new teachers do not plan to stay in classroom long term amid mental health problems, figures show  The Independent

Nearly three in five teachers in only their first year in the profession are already not convinced that they will stay in teaching ? and rising mental health problems ...

Almost one in three council-run secondary schools in deficit, study finds  The Independent

Almost one in three council-run secondary schools are now in deficit, a study has found. The number of local authority secondary schools running at a loss has ...

One third of Welsh bird species in 'significant' decline  ITV News

A new report has found that a third of Welsh bird species are declining significantly. Breeding birds of upland farmed habitats, such as curlew, golden plover, ...

Feltham youth jail violence: 20 prison officers injured after 'completely unacceptable series of assaults'  The Independent

More than a dozen prison officers were taken to hospital after an outbreak of violence at a youth jail in London. Some 20 staff at Feltham Young Offenders ...

Charlotte Brown: Home secretary 'determined' to catch fugitive after speedboat crash victim's parents demand action  The Independent

The home secretary has said he is ?determined? to see a fugitive who caused a woman's death in a speedboat crash face justice. Sajid Javid called for Jack ...

Yes, I'm deaf. But that doesn't always mean I can't hear what you're saying about me  The Independent

Ironically, I've heard all the same deaf jokes before. Sorry? What? Pardon? Whenever I tell someone I wear hearing aids and have a mild hearing loss, the odd ...

Misogyny should not be treated as hate crime, police chief says  The Independent

One of the UK's most senior police officers has said she does not want to see misogyny and misandry classed as hate crimes as ?stretched? forces struggle to ...

Councils struggle to cope with rising homelessness as ministers ?shirk responsibility?  The Independent

Councils warn they are struggling to cope with Britain's growing homelessness crisis because ministers are denying them the funds to tackle the problem.

GCSE system ?insists on rubbing noses? of thousands of pupils in disappointment, heads? union says  The Independent

The current GCSE system ?rubs the noses? of thousands of pupils in disappointment and then forces them to resit tests again and again, the head of a school ...

'Significant strain' on police budgets has made crime response worse, Home Office official admits  The Independent

Significant strain? on police budgets is causing the *service* given to the public to worsen, a Home Office official has admitted after senior officers condemned the ...

Natural England has 'lost independence' due to repeated government cuts, chairman warns MPs  The Independent

Britain's nature watchdog has lost ?a lot of independence? because budget cuts have left it without leaders of its own in a string of key posts, its outgoing ...

Labour stalwart Tony Benn was convinced his phone was tapped, newly-unearthed recordings reveal  The Independent

Labour stalwart Tony Benn was convinced his telephone was being tapped during the Wilson government years, newly-unearthed recordings reveal. The late ...

DWP plans to obtain people?s medical data will deter benefit claimants accessing healthcare, doctors warn  The Independent

Doctors have warned that benefit claimants could be deterred from accessing healthcare after it emerged that the government is to start accessing medical ...

Council tax bills to rise by an average of 4.5 per cent  The Independent

The average household in England faces a £75.60 rise in council tax from April, according to a survey of local authorities. The Chartered Institute of Public ...

This Easter, I?m all for giving to charitable causes. Unless I?m guilt-tripped into it on my own doorstep  The Independent

The woman who came to the door flogging a charity lottery was young, personable and pretty clueless about the organisation she was representing.

Police officers wasting time investigating wolf whistling instead of ?genuine crimes?, says federation chief  The Independent

Police are wasting time investigating wolf whistling instead of solving ?genuine crime?, a senior force chief has suggested. Sergeant Richard Cooke, chairman of ...

Ipswich stabbing: Teenager called 999 for his own ambulance  The Independent

A teenager dialled 999 asking for an ambulance after being stabbed in Ipswich. Police were called around 6.30pm on Monday by the ambulance *service* ...

Chelmsford stabbing: Man knifed in back near Essex playground  The Independent

A man has been stabbed in a ?targeted attack? near a children's playground in Essex. The attack took place near the Marconi Nature Reserve in Chelmsford at ...

Justice system in 'crisis' as only 8% of crimes prosecuted in England and Wales  The Independent

Tens of thousands more crimes are not being prosecuted amid warnings of a worsening ?crisis? in Britain's criminal justice system. Almost 92 per cent of offences ...

More schools could be forced to close early as funding crisis worsens, union warns  The Independent

More schools could be forced to close early as the funding ?crisis? continues to worsen, a headteachers' union has warned. The intervention comes as 7000 ...

Mile-long mountain fire breaks out near Betws-y-Coed in North Wales  The Independent

Residents have been evacuated after a mile-long mountain fire broke out and spread into forestry in North Wales. A family living in a house in Betws-y-Coed, ...

LGBT+ group have tried to build bridges with protesting parents who helped shut down same-sex relationship classes  The Independent

An LGBT+ group with hundreds of members is attempting to build bridges with protesting parents who have helped to shut down lessons on same-sex ...

Kegworth air disaster: What happened and how did the plane crash change airline safety?  The Independent

Thirty years ago, 47 people were killed and 74 injured when a British Midland Boeing 737-400 came down and crashed into an embankment of the M1 - a crash ...

Training Clarks employees in kids speech is a non-solution to the literacy crisis ? and the government knows it  The Independent

Oh to be a continental newspaper journalist with an eye on Britain in 2019. You only need to squint across the Channel and focus on this sorry island nation, run ...

Cuts to children?s services are pushing young people into violence and exploitation, experts warn  The Independent

Funding for children's services has been slashed by a third since 2010, research shows, as experts warn more young people are being pushed into violence ...

English councils brace for biggest government cuts since 2010 despite 'unprecedented' budget pressures  The Independent

Councils are facing the biggest cuts to government funding since 2010 despite unprecedented pressure and demand, which could risk ?tipping many over the ...

Will Philip Hammond's spring statement end the Tories' shameless mafia tactics on public spending?  The Independent

The government's attempts to get MPs to vote for Theresa May's now-terminal Brexit deal have resembled a mob boss trying to get the city to approve his new ...

Anjem Choudary's assets frozen days before prison release for supporting Isis  The Independent

Anjem Choudary has had his assets frozen as part of UN sanctions days before he is expected to be released from prison. Officials told The Independent that the ...

Government could force utility companies to pay for potholes repairs five years after roadworks  The Independent

Utility companies could face tougher rules over roadworks which cause potholes in England. The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a consultation ...

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