A video said to show one man's "close call" with a Great White Shark in Sydney Harbour has caused an online debate - is it real or fake?
A 63-year-old woman died in a shark attack as she swam off a popular beach on the east coast of Australia.
National Marine Aquarium managing director David Gibson writes for ITV News that there is nothing stopping a Great White visiting the UK.
Two fisherman have caught the biggest shark ever reeled in off the coast of Britain.
It took two hours for Wayne Comben and Graeme Pullen to capture the 14 foot thresher shark, which was roughly the same size as their boat.
A fisherman had a "lucky" escape after a shark clamped its jaws around his foot and bit a hole in his boat.
The 7ft porbeagle - which is a member of the Great White family - took hold of Hamish Currie's steel toe-capped boot after his crew caught it and hauled it on to the deck of their vessel last week. Mr Currie, 53, eventually freed himself with the help of one of his crew.
The boat's skipper targeted the shark after hearing reports of it attacking seals off Islay in the Inner Hebrides.
Mr Currie said: "This one was a bad, bad fish. He was nasty and got me by the foot. Luckily I was wearing steel toe-capped boots. I just couldn't shake him off, but eventually one of my crew managed to help me free. It was quite terrifying."
He added: "I was very lucky this time. It has definitely made me a little bit more wary of them."
Two Hampshire fishermen have reeled in the biggest shark ever caught in British waters.
The 10ft long porbeagle, a member of the man-eating Great White family, was caught by chance in Cornwall. To watch the video of the catch visit ITV Meridian.