Woman, 24, arrested on suspicion of murder after 13-week-old baby girl dies at Gosport home – The Sun

A MURDER probe has been launched after a 13-week-old baby girl was found dead at a home in Gosport.

A 24-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of murder after the horror but has since been released under investigation.

Police were scrambled to the home in Hampshire where they discovered the tot seriously unwell.

Paramedics desperately tried to save the girl but she tragically died before being taken to hospital.

The death took place on March 10 but has only just come to light.

A Hampshire Police spokesperson said: "Enquiries into the exact circumstances and the cause of death are ongoing.

"A 24-year-old woman from Gosport was arrested on suspicion of murder.

"She has been released under investigation."

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Woman shows how to heat up your freezing cold paddling pool in 45 mins using nothing but black bin bags

A WOMAN has come up with the ultimate hack to heating up the water in her chilly paddling pool – and it just requires a bin bag. 

Lainey Thomson, 36 from north Yorkshire, revealed her easy method takes just 45 minutes to work, and lasts all day. 

She told Tyla how she was fed up of going back and forth with kettles to keep the water warm outside. 

Lainey decided to instead place a bin bag on the top to attract the heat from the sun. 

She revealed: "I did this because I only have a cold outside tap and I was using buckets and the kettle to warm up the pool.

"By putting black bin bags on top it attracts the sun and it warms it up very quickly. Within about 45 minutes the water is warm and stays warm all day in the sun."

The idea was first floated on the Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It Facebook group, when one woman asked for advice to heat her 8ft freezing cold paddling pool.

One person advised: "Fill with cold from outside tap then cover with black bin bags. Leave for an hour!"

“The sun is drawn to the black bags and heats it up. Works a treat every time," one person commented.


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Another added: "If it's in direct sunlight, put some black bin liners on the top of the water. 

“The sun heats the bags up which heats the water. We did it the other day and it worked."

The bags can be dried on the washing line after use, and reused as normal, or kept as a permanent DIY pool heater. 

We shared how a mum with ‘ugliest house on the street’ revealed amazing transformation & people think she built a new one.

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'Tinder user met woman for a date – then murdered her'

An man used Tinder to arrange a date with a woman – then killed her, police said.

Ethan Hunsaker, 24, was arrested and charged with the murder of a 25-year-old woman in Layton, Utah over the weekend.

Police say Hunsaker used the dating app to meet the woman, who has not been named, just hours before he allegedly killed her.

After the murder, Hunsaker reportedly called police and told them he had a person inside his house on North Reid Avenue. Officers responded to the call and found the woman on the floor of Hunsaker’s home with multiple stab wounds. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

‘The motive behind this homicide is under further investigation, however, the attack appears to have been unprovoked,’ the Layton Police Department said in a press release.

Hunsaker is set to be booked into Davis County Jail on one count of first-degree felony murder, according to ABC 4.

Police are still investigating the incident and are asking anyone with additional information to come forward.

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Woman busted pinning ‘racist’ letters on homes telling foreign residents to ‘go home’ – The Sun

A WOMAN has been arrested for allegedly pinning a racist letter ordering residents of a San Francisco Bay Area town to move out of their homes so "a white person can move in".

Nancy Arechiga, a 52-year-old resident of San Leandro, is alleged to have left the notes at five different homes in the Heron Bay section of the Oakland suburb on Friday.

The woman, who appears to be in her 50s, was photographed leaving the note by a Ring security camera at one home and images of the woman and the letter circulated on social media and went viral.

The letter, which was dated May 22, read: "We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, inspire domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

"If you are a woman or man and was born in another country, return, go back to your land immediately, fast, with urgency.

"If you are a woman who was born in another Country takes your children with you, under 21 years old. Consider a Bless of God."

There is no room for this hateful and despicable behavior in this society

In conclusion, the note reads that residents of the home should move out so a white person could move in.

The letter reads: "Do ordain to you to leave this house.

"One American, white, brace, that serves the Nation of USA is going to live here."

The San Leandro Police Department alleged they arrested Arechiga while she was carrying a backpack containing copies of the offending note.

Investigators said they found a similar note on Thursday attached to a local information board.

That note read "no Asians allowed, leave immediately".

San Leandro Police Lieutenant Isaac Benabou said: "San Leandro is a community of beautifully diverse people, who share a common desire to live in harmony, and free from intimidation. 

"We welcome people's rights to express themselves, but not in a manner that infringes upon a community's sense of security and wellbeing."

Arechiga was booked into Alameda County's Santa Rita Jail in Dublin and released on bail.

On Facebook, a targeted resident, Trinny Wynn wrote: "This happened today, a white woman wearing a USA beanie targeted People of color homes with this letter at their front doors. 

"This occurred in a quiet and well diverse middle-class community in San Leandro.

"My family's house was also targeted… We were able to capture all this on camera.

"There is no room for this hateful and despicable behavior in this society. 

"If you recognize this woman, please report it to the police."

San Leandro's mayor, Pauline Cutter, released a statement reading: "The City of San Leandro is committed to being a welcoming place for everyone. 

"There is no place for hate in our community."

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Woman transforms her table ruined by candle wax with vinyl stickers from eBay and it looks brand new in seconds

A WOMAN transformed her side table which was covered in candle wax by using some vinyl stickers from eBay – and it only took minutes. 

Natalie Beech said she adored her grey side table, but it had got damaged after she burned some candles on it. 

Rather than chucking it out, Natalie decided to cover up the stains with some stickers – and it worked a treat.

She picked up a pack of grey mosaic tile stickers from eBay, which starts at £7.99 for a pack of 16.

Natalie transformed the table in a matter of minutes, giving it a new lease of life.

She shared her transformation to Facebook group DIY On A Budget UK, where her mini-makeover has been liked more than 700 times. 

Natalie wrote: “Loved this tray table but sadly it got stained with speckles of candle wax. . . 

“So I thought I would have a go at covering it. 

“I ordered mosaic vinyl stickers from eBay and here's the end result.”

People are seriously impressed with her quick fix, and are eyeing up the tiles to cover stains in their own home. 

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Commenting online, one person said: “I have this table and mine's stained.

"Love it as well. Yours looks amazing. What stickers did you use please?”

Another wrote: “Wow! Great transformation!”

A third thought: “I’ve got this tray it’s stained too. I might copy your idea.”

Someone else wrote: “Looks fab.”

While someone else added: "Love it, looks so good!"

Meanwhile this mum makes her old dining table look brand new with just a lick of paint and saves herself hundreds.

In other news, we shared how one mum turns a shabby Wendy house into an amazing outdoor café for her kids for just £14.

Plus we shared how one bloke transforms an old cabinet into an epic mini bar for less than £20 with a splash of paint and LED lights.

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Woman wears inflatable hippo suit to safely hug mother in nursing home

Another casualty of the coronavirus: hugs.

With abundant fear about coming into close contact with elderly loved ones, hugging has run afoul of proper social-distancing and common-sense precautions — especially at coronavirus-stricken nursing homes. But that’s not stopping some relatives from concocting creative ways to hug Nana safely.

A daughter found a heartwarming way to safely hug her mom, a resident at Fox Trails Senior Living Home in Stephens City, Virginia — by wearing an inflatable hippo costume, complete with a pink tutu.

Footage posted to Twitter May 13 shows the grandma at the entrance of the facility, receiving a hug from her daughter in the hippo costume.

“This is wonderful!” the elder woman exclaims. The video’s narrator gushes, “My mother-in-law hugging my grandmother in an inflatable hippo suit wearing a tutu is the content you needed today. Her nursing home is letting family members hug each other in these sterilized suits.”

Twitter swooned over the adorable get up — and tender moment between mother and daughter separated — at least physically — over COVID-19.

“This is pretty great. And also something we will look at in ten years and be like ‘was this real life??’ ”

“Very sweet,” wrote @replikate, while @bellastef gushed, “I love this …. bringing a little tear. How amazing is this nursing home to get creative! Thanks for sharing.”

It’s far from the only creative alternative to skin-on-skin contact with a vulnerable loved one. UK grandson-of-the-year Antony Cauvin, 29 circumvented safety concerns for his beloved grandmother by fashioning a “cuddle curtain,” which allowed the two to embrace safely.

“When you’ve known someone all your life, to be able to hug that person again … it brought a tear to everybody’s eye,” he said. Other families have taken to calling their protective barrier iterations “hug shields.”

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Russian woman plunges to her death from cliff in UAE

Russian woman plunges to her death while posing for holiday pictures on a cliff top in Dubai

  • Julia Khabibulina, 34, from Ufa in Russia, slipped after posing on a cliff edge 
  • Russian media reported she squatted at the edge and plunged 32ft into the sea  
  • Friends said Julia left Russia before the coronavirus outbreak and hadn’t planned to stay in Dubai for long
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A Russian woman has died after plunging to her death while posing for holiday pictures on a cliff top in Dubai.  

Julia Khabibulina, 34, from the city of Ufa in the western Russian republic of Bashkortostan, moved to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in October 2019 hoping to develop her photography career. 

Russian media reported that Julia plunged 32ft to her death after squatting at the cliff’s edge and losing her balance on Friday 15 May. 

The injuries sustained when the 34-year-old hit the water were fatal and her body is now at a UAE hospital waiting to be repatriated. 

Pictured: Russian photographer Julia Khabibulina, 34, fell to her death after posing for a photograph on a cliff edge on Friday in Dubai 

Pictured: Julia stands in front of the water at Dubai Creek, backed by the city’s skyscrapers, at the end of last year 

Pictured: Julia sits on steps in an unspecified Spanish city in this image from March last year 

Friends said that Julia – who had a solid photography portfolio with tens of thousands of shots – left Russia for Dubai before the coronavirus crisis began and hadn’t planned on staying very long. 

They said she was trapped when borders were shuttered due to the ongoing pandemic. 

Russian media reported that she had planned to return home to Ufa but had to delay her flights due to rising ticket prices. 

Pictured: Julia sits with her dog at a coffee shop in her hometown of Ufa, in Russia in 2018

Pictured: Julia poses in a photograph in front of the Seville Cathedral in Spain in February last year 

The 34-year-old specialised in extreme sports photography, namely kite and windsurfing.  

The day before her death, she wrote about how she was enjoying lockdown being partially lifted in Dubai due to Ramadan. 

‘Thanks to Ramadan for quitting total quarantine! On the first day of the Holy month, we were allowed to go out without a pass and opened cafes, ‘Julia wrote. 

‘People during quarantine were hanging out at hotels. This is the whole of Dubai! If you die, then with music.’   

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Body of woman found on popular beach in Dorset – The Sun

THE body of a woman has been found on a beach at a popular seaside resort.

Emergency crews were scrambled to Avon Beach in Christchurch, Dorset, yesterday after the grim discovery was made.

Police said her death is not being treated as suspicious.

The beach was closed off and a white forensic tent erected on the sand as police investigated yesterday.

Dorset Police said: "Dorset Police received a report at 5.27am on Monday, May 18, that the body of a woman had been found at Avon Beach near Christchurch.

"Officers attended along with the ambulance service and sadly it was confirmed the woman had died.

“Enquiries are ongoing to confirm the woman’s identity and inform her next of kin.

“The death is not being treated as suspicious.”

It comes after the bodies of two women were found at the bottom of a cliff in Peacehaven, East Sussex yesterday.

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Blackburn shooting – Woman, 19, shot dead near Lidl in ‘senseless’ broad daylight killing as cops hunt gunman – The Sun

A 19-YEAR-OLD woman was shot dead near Lidl in Blackburn yesterday afternoon.

Cops are hunting the gunman after the suspected drive-by shooting in broad daylight shortly after 3pm.

Armed cops were called to reports of gunshots in the Kings Street area of the Lancashire town.

The teen was rushed to hospital with serious injuries but was pronounced dead shortly after.

Police have launched a manhunt for the attacker who fled the scene in a light, possibly green-coloured, Toyota Avensis.

A car matching the description was later found around a mile away on Wellington Road and police are appealing for anyone who may have seen the car to contact them.

A post-mortem examination is yet to take place but detectives believe she died of a gunshot wound.

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Manhunt launched after woman, 67, found murdered at her home in Manchester – The Sun

A MANHUNT has been launched after a pensioner was found murdered at her home in Manchester.

Emergency crews were scrambled to the home at around 8.30pm yesterday after being called to reports of a concern for welfare.

They found the 67-year-old victim dead at the scene and have now launched a murder probe.

There have been no arrests and it is not clear how the woman died.

Cops are currently searching for Leroy Panton, 41, who is believed to have lived at the same address as the victim.

They are urging anyone to come forward with any information that will help officers to get in contact with him.

Officers have asked the public not to approach him and say they are "increasingly concerned" for his welfare.

Detective Inspector Benjamin Cottam, of GMP’s Major Incident Team, said: “This is a tragic incident in which a woman has sadly lost her life and I want to extend my sincere condolences to her family and friends. Our specialist officers are currently supporting the woman’s family at this incredibly difficult time.

“I would like to reassure the public that this is being treated as an isolated incident, and we have an increased police presence in the Manchester area while we gain a fuller understanding of exactly what has taken place.

“Our dedicated team of detectives are working tirelessly to establish the full circumstances surrounding this tragic death.

“If you have any information at all, no matter how insignificant you feel it may be, please contact police immediately. Even the smallest piece of information could be vital in helping officers to complete their enquiries.”

Anyone with information has been asked to call police on 0161 856 5018, quoting incident number 2855 of 7/5/2020, or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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