- More of those aged 55 to 74 are now drinking at levels 'indicative of probable alcohol dependence', researchers from King's College London found.
- Spencer Benbolt Junior died early on Tuesday after the dumpster he was sleeping in was emptied into a garbage truck about 5.20am in the unassuming town of Port Lincoln.
- The 70-year-old Brexit negotiator, who is tipped to run against Macron in next year's election, said the 'moratorium' would allow France to 'evaluate' its long-term immigration policy.
- EXCLUSIVE: Pubs, restaurants, theatres, cinemas and museums across England are preparing to welcome back customers time after Boris Johnson confirmed the return of indoor hospitality,
- Pest control specialist Scott Liddle climbed onto the roof of the house after being called by the owner of the house in Ontario, Canada who reported the raccoon stuck in a hole.
- London's Imperial College Covid-19 Response Team originally warned dozens of thousands more people would die by June 2022 but better-than-expected vaccines have led them to downgrade the warning.
- Boris Johnson firmed up his commitment to an early probe into the crisis as he was grilled by MPs about the Queen's Speech plans.
- A blue plaque on the side of Wickham Court in Bristol records the fateful meeting between Cromwell and his right-hand man General Sir Thomas Fairfax on the evening of September 10.
- Getting a PCR test to travel can be pricey (Picture: Getty)The news many Brits were waiting for landed last week when 12 countries were added to the green list – a list of places Brits can travel to without facing quarantine on return.Reviews of the green list are expected to take place every three weeks, whereby countries will have a chance to make it onto the safe list.With the promising news that international holidays can resume from May 17, the demand for PCR tests might be the last o
- The Airborne Folding Paratrooper Bicycle, which was intended to help airborne British troops cover the ground quickly after landing in occupied France, is going on sale in Ashford, Kent, on May 26.
- Gareth Wyn Jones, 54, recieved a huge backlash after questioning why Caffi Clywedog in Powys, Mid Wales did not use 'natural' cow's milk, not realising that the venue is entirely vegan.
- A four-bedroom Victorian home build in 1882 called 'Summer House', locatedjust minutes away from Lake Michigan, and that comes with it's own blueberry farm is on the market for $595,000
- Emily Blunt is taking the lead and headin’ out west with Chaske Spencer for The English (Picture: Rex Features/Getty Images)Emily Blunt is set to lead a starry cast from this side of the pond in a new Western period TV drama for the BBC. The English, described by its creator Hugo Blick as a ‘horse-opera’ (naturally), is set in 1890 and follows Emily’s character Cornelia Locke, an Englishwoman who arrives in the new and wil
- Ana Uglow, 17, had felt unwell for a week before she collapsed in her hotel room during an American history trip in New York but told her family her concerns were not being taken seriously enough
- Five men pray after applying cow dung to their bodies in an effort to boost resistance to Covid-19 (Picture: Reuters)Doctors in India have urged people not to smear themselves with cow poo in an effort to ward off coronavirus.Medical officials said there is no scientific evidence behind the practice and warned that it risks spreading other diseases.It comes as the health emergency in the country becomes increasingly desperate, with 22.66 million Covid-19 cases and 246,116 deaths reported so far
- Almost two million unemployed Australians will enjoy an extra $50 per fortnight as part of a $9.5billion boost to welfare payments revealed in the 2021 Federal Budget.
- The Climbing Arrow Ranch in Montanais under contract for near $136 million less than a week after it was put on the market and is expected to be exchanged in the summer.
- From an abandoned German ballroom with ferns creeping along the ground to a manor house in Taiwan overtaken by trees, these images show what happens when Nature takes over.
- Brianna Walton feared her pet kitten was seriously ill when her fur began to fall out, and was left baffled when vets revealed she was actually an extremely rare wolf-cat
- Nadal is not sure if he’ll play in Tokyo (Picture: Europa Press Sports via Getty)Two of tennis’s biggest stars, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, have refused to commit to playing in the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
Nadal, the 20-time Grand Slam champion from Spain, is a two-time Olympic gold medallist, having won the singles event in Beijing and the doubles eight years later at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Wiilams has picked up four golds, three with her sister Venus in Sydney, Beijing and
- Shocked Qantas staff have revealed the bizarre set of instructions they forced to follow after a Covid infected passenger was about to arrive on a flight from Papua New Guinea.
Apple TV has plus has dropped the trailer for what already looks like the most terrifying horror of 2021 in Lisey’s Story, created by Stephen King and starring none other than Julianne Moore and Clive Owen.Based on King’s 2006 novel, Lisey’s Story follows Lisey Landon (Moore), two years after the death of her famous novelist husband Scott (Owen).However, her marriage w
- Expedia commissioned research among 2,000 adults which found many are feeling nervous about making bookings after months of Covid uncertainty, with accommodation, flights and travel insurance among the chief concerns
- Misheck Nyandoro, 66, says he has 151 children and is getting ready to marry his 17th wifeA father-of-151 claims he ‘doesn’t work’ because his full-time job is ‘satisfying’ his 16 wives.Misheck Nyandoro, 66, says he sleeps with four of his wives every night and is even getting ready to marry his 17th bride.The retired war veteran from Zimbabwe boasted about his ‘polygamy project’ that started 38 years ago, telling local newspaper The Herald: ‘What
- Professor Anthony Brookes University of Leicester, told MailOnline: 'We should be worried about the completely unknown and unknowable long-term risks of vaccination of the young.'
- A singer for R & B artists like Mary J. Blige and Al B. Sure, who family is only referring to as 'Grace,' was struck by a stray bullet while watching television in her Durham, North Carolina apartment.
- There are plenty of supermarket loyalty schemes out there and they all work in slightly different ways - we explain everything you need to know
- The champ is making a comeback… sort of (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)John Cena is returning to wrestling with his new WWE Evil series.The former world champion – who has swapped the squared circle for the bright lights of Hollywood in recent years – is taking his career back to its roots with the new show looking at WWE’s most dastardly villains.Days after teasing fans about a potential return, tweeted: ‘For every good guy, there has to be a bad one and @WW
- A group of hunters slaughtered every living sheep in two fields thinking they were 'highland deer', leaving the landowner shocked when he saw the grass littered with lifeless white bodies
- Campaigners and MPs have hit out at the Government’s voter ID proposals (Picture: PA/Splashnews)Disability campaigners have warned the Government’s plan to introduce a voter ID system could further disenfranchise blind and partially sighted people.
Following the Queen’s Speech today, ministers are to introduce controversial measures to require people to produce proof of identity when going to vote.Critics have warned that tens of thousands of voters risk being disenfranchised b
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