Storm Dennis: Further flooding as storm damage continues
Fresh "danger to life" flood warnings are issued as the UK reels from damage caused by Storm Denni
Andrew Sabisky: No 10 adviser resigns over alleged race comments
Andrew Sabisky said that he wanted to help the government, "not be a distraction
Caroline Flack: ITV team 'devastated' by death of ex-Love Island host
Kevin Lygo said her "passion, dedication and boundless energy contributed to the show's success
'Cancer does not wait': Children's medicine shortage stokes anger in Mexico
Hermes Soto, who turned 5 on Monday, will not be celebrating his birthday with friends. Instead, he is bracing for his 15th chemotherapy session to tackle a rare but aggressive form of cancer that threatens to kill him
Euro zone ministers discuss fiscal boost options as virus worries weigh
Euro zone finance ministers discussed ways to pursue a more growth-friendly fiscal policy mix on Monday, in a potential nudge to Germany and the Netherlands to spend more as fears of a downturn grow in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic
Health minister, Vancouver mayor counter 'rampant' spread of coronavirus misinformation as businesses suffer
Committed, strong and wronged: RFS needs to show more love to Nelligan's knockabout hero

Circumstance has made Parker the face of the volunteer fire-fighter, but confusion reigns over his fate
Target and superquiz, Tuesday, February 18

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General Motors ultimately ‘doesn’t care about Australian jobs’
Sky News contributor Adam Creighton says the axing of Australian automotive icon Holden "is General Motors' fault" in its failure to manage the brand effectively, but said it ultimately had to "make decisions in its own interests" as a foreign entity. Mr Creighton echoed the sentiments of Prime Minister Scott Morrison in declaring the move was "sad but not surprising". "[GM] doesn't care about Australian jobs," Mr Creighton said. Image: Get