- Certain vehicles will be given access to open lanes on the M20 during delays in Dover and the Eurotunnel terminal in order to cross the Channel, refill and return as quickly as possible.
- Facebook appeared to be offline on Friday night to some users in the United States and Europe leaving thousands of users across the globe unable to access their profiles or use the chat services.
- Alex Khatilov started working with Tesla on December 28th. Khatilov, who works as a Software Quality Engineering Manager is alleged to have downloaded 26,000 highly sensitive company files.
- All five adults were given £200 fines for breaching Covid-19 regulations and sent home with their children, the youngest being just seven months old
- An unknown man assaulted the 92-year-old at the home on Burton Street, in Concord in Sydney's inner west early on Saturday morning.
- A church deacon, Rogelio Vega, was arrested in Queens this week after he attempted to meet up with a minor for sex, only to be nabbed by an undercover cop.
- Donald Trump concocted an astonishing plan to replace the Attorney General, in the dying days of his presidency, and overturn the election result to deny Joe Biden the White House.
- The outgoing US President is said to have sent the White House butlers home as he andMelania Trump
left Washington DC
- Donald Trump's Secretary of Defense, Christopher Miller, has defended the Pentagon's response to the January 6 riot, but blamed the president for not readying the necessary troops.
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a step back from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after a barrage of online abuse
- Kanika Batra, 26, said she first developed an interest in serial killers when she was in high school and she even choose to write about a female murderer for Year 12 English.
- Victorian motorists were accidentally told to 'speed these holidays' on a flashing sign after the words 'do not' showed up separately.
- The award-winning journalist used the well-known term while speaking on BBC political talk show Brexitcast as she discussed the departure of No.10 press chief Lee Cain.
- Traces of the virus were detected at the Liverpool and Glenfield sewage plants, which take in a combined catchment total of 340,000 people in Western Sydney.
- Whilst locked down Britons can only dream of hugging their loved ones, these cute koalas have no problems at all as these cute photographs taken in the Australian Reptile Park show.
Boston College encourages student reports of coronavirus infractions including improper mask-wearingBoston College is encouraging students to report coronavirus infractions. It can include students improperly wearing masks or not social distancing properly.
- Friends and family mourned the death of a well-loved polo player at amemorial the Packer family farm in NSW, where he died on January 7.
- The US President has made tackling the coronavirus pandemic a priority after his predecessor Donald Trump largely played the crisis, which has killed more than 400,000 Americans, down
- American military spies from the Defense Intelligence Agency have been buying US citizens' location data collected by smartphone apps without a warrant, according to an unclassified memo.
- Women prisoners will be allowed to have their children sleep over in purpose-built cells as they prepare for release. The Ministry of Justice has announced an extra 500 cells in existing prisons.
- AstraZeneca has warned EU countries it will cut deliveries of its Covid-19 vaccine is another blow to Europe's vaccination drive after Pfizer Inc and partner BioNTech SE slowed supplies of their vaccine.
- Ghost Of Tsushima – the PS4 goes out with a bang (pic: Sony)A reader explains why PS4 exclusive Ghost Of Tsushima is his favourite game of last year and why he prefers it to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.2020 was clearly a different and difficult year in lots of ways, leaving many seeking sanctuary in gaming. Perhaps then it shouldn’t be, on reflection, a surprise that one of the gaming success stories of the year was Ghost Of Tsushima. More by accident than design Ghost Of Tsushim
- Uncharted 2 – hang on! (pic: Sony)GameCentral readers discuss the most annoying cliches in gaming, from QTEs to boss battles and red barrels.The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Gannet and covered anything from gameplay mechanics to game design to character and story moments or just anything else that annoys you about modern games.We had plenty of suggestions but many of theme were connected to boss fights and cut scenes, with many also complaining that moder
- The Last Of Us Part 2 – quite a story (pic: Sony)A reader finally gets play The Last Of Us Part 2 and is impressed by its graphics, its storytelling, and its message.I’ve just finished The Last Of Us Part 2 and it was such a brilliant experience it has inspired me to write in with a few thoughts. I’ll start by saying that I thought it was a really tremendous experience. An absolute thrill to play through but one which I very nearly gave up on before the game really started.I pl
- All businesses in New South Wales have made it mandatory for customers to 'check in' upon arrival but many are forgetting to 'check out'.
- Samuel Fisher, 35, from New York City and Patrick Steadman, 32, from New Jersey, were arrested this week over the January 6 riots. Both men ran websites promoting pickup advice.
- Harry Redknapp is embroiled in a row with residents over plans to build homes in a coastal suburb. The proposal has been submitted by Pierfront Developments, owned by the ex-manager.
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- EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Her endearing performance helped Netflix comedy Emily In Paris become one of lockdown's guilty pleasures, but Lily Collins will soon have a happy ending in real life.
- A yellow weather warning of snow and ice covering large swathes of the UK has been issued by the Met Office, which is due to be in place through to Saturday morning
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