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Major changes to Queen Elizabeth’s schedule amid mobility concerns



Queen Elizabeth II will not attend events under a new royal plan, amid mobility concerns

The Queen of England is stepping back from public life, under a new royal plan, that will see the Queen not attend future events until confirmed by the Palace on the day.

The new rule likely means we’ll see even less of the Queen, with her Majesty’s presence at public engagements not being guaranteed.

The public should assume she will not be attending unless stated otherwise.

If the Queen does attend, she will be accompanied by a member of the Royal family.

Despite usually making an appearance, the Queen missed the Easter Sunday Service in Windsor.

Senior British royals including Prince William and Duchess Kate attended an Easter Sunday church service at Windsor Castle.

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Health scares

This follows several health scares, including covid in March this year. The 95-year-old Monarch has also pulled out of several recent engagements at the last minute due to ongoing mobility issues.

Aides of the Royal are hopeful she will be able to attend some of the important events to mark her Platinum Jubilee year.

Visit from Harry and Meghan

The changes to the Monarch’s schedule come as Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle popped in for a visit to the 95-year-old. 

The couple has only visited the United Kingdom a few times since the covid-pandemic began, once for the funeral of Prince Philip. 

New reports suggest Harry and Meghan have promised the Queen she will meet her great-grandchildren Archie and Lilibet ‘in the near future’.

The duo paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth on their way to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games. 

Harry started the iconic Invictus Games back in 2014 and has carried through the tradition. 

The Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women.


Over 20 young people mysteriously die at nightclub



Authorities in South Africa are investigating the deaths of 22 people, who were mysteriously found in a nightclub

Victims were found spread across the tables and floors in a coastal town.

They have been taken for testing, as authorities scramble to find a cause of death.

South Africa’s President is sending his “deepest condolences” to families of the victims, most of whom are teenagers.

The tragedy has taken place during Youth Month, where South Africa pushes for more opportunities to help young people from poor socio-economic backgrounds.

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Deadly stadium collapse at bullfighting event in Columbia



At least four people have died, and 500 injured at a bullfighting stadium in Columbia

Videos show a stand collapsing during the event, as emergency workers race to help.

Local media reports that hospitals have begun helping those who were injured.

The nation’s newly-elected President is calling for an end to bullfighting, tweeting that tragedies like this have already happened in the past.

He is urging local authorities to not allow more shows that involve the death of people or animals.

Investigations continue into the cause of the collapse.

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Climate Change

Major disruption in Sydney as climate protesters take to the streets



There’s been major disruption across Sydney, as climate protesters take to the streets and block CBD roads

NSW Police officers chased dozens of climate protesters who were seen throwing milk crates, and barricades.

One demonstrator blocked the entry to one of the busiest thoroughfares in the city.

Members from Blockade Australia kicked off the rally by attempting to stop flowing traffic by dragging rubbish bins, construction barriers and building material into the middle of the road.

The Sydney Harbour Tunnel has now reopened but the organisation says it will hold more protests this week.

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