Two brothers, Ben and Andrew Donegan, and their friend Joel Ryan had a chance encounter with a rogue great white shark off the coast of Portland, Australia, on January 27. The friends were out on a routine fishing trip when the 5-meter shark began to circle their boat. As the shark circled the men decided to try and pet it. The animal suddenly became aggressive and tried to take a bite out of the boat, according to news reports. Credit: YouTube/Joel Ryan
Rugby being the national sport of New Zealand, it’s not surprising that even some of the schools rugby is played at an incredibly intense level. This video gives an example of that intensity with a massive hit by Wanganui Collegiate player Ruslan Casey on Kip Fawcett from St. Pauls Collegiate. The hit is so hard it is met with gasps from the crowd. Credit: YouTube/BenSutherland.
MSN’s Lucy Mapstone chats to Nick Grimshaw ahead of his new job as the host of the BBC Radio 1 breakfast show. He starts the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show on Monday 24 September, 6.30-10am. Follow the show @R1Breakfast and facebook.co.uk/R1Breakfast.
Magic Breakfast delivers free healthy breakfast foods to 200 primary schools across the U.K, feeding up to 6,000 children each morning, all for just 22p a day This gives children who go to school hungry the fuel they need to start their day in the right way, improving attendance, punctuality, concentration and behaviour.
They have formed partnerships with schools, with a shared commitment to ending the negative impact of child poverty.
As well as ensuring no child misses out to a nutritious start to the day, the breakfast club provides a safe happy environment, where children connect with other pupils and staff and prepare for the day ahead.