Natasha Culzac

Natasha Culzac writes for http://independent.co.uk

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A teenager in Queensland, Australia, is being tested for Ebola after developing a fever

Ebola outbreak: Teenager in Australia being tested for disease after developing fever

An 18-year-old, who is understood to have moved to Queensland 11 days ago from Guinea, West Africa, is being tested for the virulent disease

Miranda Hart has called time on her award-winning BBC sitcom, Miranda

Miranda Hart confirms eponymous sitcom has come to an end as she bows out on a 'high'

Ms Hart has won accolades from the Royal Television Society and the British Comedy Awards, among others, for her role as hapless Miranda

CCTV footage and more information relating to Ottawa shooting suspect Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been released by police

Ottawa shooting: CCTV footage released of suspect Michael Zehaf-Bibeau as police say he planned to go to Syria

Officials also confirmed that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was not being monitored as a "high risk traveller", as previously thought, and had not had his passport revoked

The Zinger Double Down King, which is a bun-less burger released in Korea

KFC unveils breadless meat beast burger with fried chicken acting as buns - but only in Korea

The 'Zinger Double Down King' is a play on KFC's successful 'Double Down' burger released in 2010

A police officer has been suspended from duty and arrested after ammunition was found in his personal locker on the grounds of Buckingham Palace

Police officer arrested after ammunition found in a personal locker on Buckingham Palace grounds

The unnamed policeman will also be suspended from duty, the Met said, following an investigation into bad practices and "poor behaviour"

David Cameron says M15 and police will re-examine security of London landmarks after the Ottawa shooting

Ottawa shooting: MI5 and Met Police reviewing security of London landmarks, PM says

David Cameron wants "all angles covered" when it comes to the security of London institutions and landmarks

Poppi Worthington, 13 months, died in December 2012 yet her death is still shrouded in secrecy - an inquest into her death found that the cause could not be ascertained

Poppi Worthington: Death of baby shrouded in secrecy as coroner rules cause 'unexplained'

On Tuesday a seven-minute hearing at Cumbria Coroner's Court (not pictured) found that Poppi's cause of death could not be ascertained

The soldier shot dead as he stood guard at Ottawa's National War Memorial has been named as Corporal Nathan Cirillo

Ottawa shooting: Nathan Cirillo named as dead soldier while suspect identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, was shot in the chest by a masked gunman, who then rode off in a car

Jean-Claude Juncker, the President-elect of the European Commission, says freedom of movement within the EU is non-negotiable

Juncker in warning to Cameron: Freedom of movement within the EU is non-negotiable

The European Commission's President-elect, Jean-Claude Juncker, said they will not change EU rules

Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers is understood to have shot the gunman in Parliament

Ottawa shooting: Kevin Vickers labelled 'hero' after taking down gunman in Canadian Parliament

The sergeant-at-arms is believed to have been the person to shoot the gunman, who had entered Parliament before engaging in gunfire

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