- The Government is due to announce quarantine-free travel destinations on Friday. We don't know exactly which countries will make the cut but we do know a lot about how the list will work and how they'll be chosen
- The bonkers new device - known as a 'Katsugyo bag' allows wearers to show off their expensive market-bought fish as they carry it home. The product will launch as soon as it has passed testing in Japan.
Facebook Oversight co-chair slams the site's rules as 'not transparent, inconsistent and a SHAMBLES'Facebook's oversight board co-chair said site's rules are a 'shambles' as he explained the panel decided to temporarily maintain the ban on Trump so the site can fix issues before making a ruling.
- The school bus was in operation in the 1970s in Canada but is now on a secluded spot on a family-run farm near Seaton, Devon, in the UK
- Starbucks is considering leaving Facebook, according to a memo obtained by Buzzfeed - leading to a scramble by the social giant to stop the loss of one of its biggest companies.
- Insiders claim there are supply issues on multiple core beer lines due to soaring demand as well as a shortage of drivers just days before England's pubs and restaurants prepare to welcome customers back inside on May 17
- Michael Paul Moogan, 35, was allegedly involved in a large-scale trafficking plot. The alleged international drug dealer from Croxteth, Liverpool, was held on April 21
- More than just being shy or unsociable, social anxiety is something that has dictated my teenage and adult life (Picture: Claire Lindsay)I felt breathless, had a sudden ringing in my ears and my racing heart terrified me. The intense fear, paranoia and panic had come from an invite to join my school’s competitive gymnastics squad. Up until that moment, I’d been coping at school. It was a place where I avoided group activities, dodged teachers’ questions, and spent my
- Boris Johnson is due to give a press conference heralding the return of hugs, overnight stays, cinemas, indoor pubs and foreign travel from May 17. Here are the biggest announcements we currently expect
Veteran soldier Ray Martin slams Scott Morrison for red carpet walk at RAAF army base in WilliamtownAn ex-veteran has slammed the Prime Minister for walking on a red carpet flanked by a 'guard' of Air Force members while visiting the RAAF army base in Williamtown, NSW.
- A gang of five admitted to stealing artefacts from Beeston Castle in Cheshire and Roche Abbey in Yorkshire. They received five-year bans on metal detecting at any English Heritage site.
- Julia James had worked in the Vulnerability Investigation Team from Canterbury police station and helpedsurvivors seek help from abusive relationships.
- I thought we were in it for the long-haul and I got to know his kids - so I was stunned when he said it wasn't working, a reader tells Coleen Nolan
- Eat well, move more, stress less, love more and don’t smoke to reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, writes Dr Miriam Stoppard
- Urgent measures to contain the variant are in the works in the town including surge testing and a strengthened vaccination campaign urging people to get the jab.
- (Credits: Jeremy Greive)Bella (Courtney Miller) has recently confessed to Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) about how she feels overwhelmed by all the people in their lives.
While he is used to a big family and plenty of friends, she largely lived in isolation before moving to the Bay.Wanting to give her some time off, Nikau books a surprise weekend getaway and Bella is thrilled. They arrive at a peaceful country cabin after a long drive and they settle in for a quiet few days.Meanwhile, Ryder (Lukas Rad
- Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is said to have channelled Queen Elizabeth II in her first TV appearance since her and Prince Harry's explosive Oprah Winfrey interview
- Now she’s a mother, Billie has looks back on her popstar past differently(Picture: BBC/GETTY)Billie Piper has described her teenage years as a chart-topping singer as ‘unbelievably unsafe’ and ‘lonely’.The Doctor Who star had a number one in 1998 with Because We Want To when she was just 15, making her the youngest female artist to debut at the top of the singles chart.Speaking to Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, Billie said: ‘When I
- Cryptocurrencies are surging with one digital unit surging in value by a whopping a 18,000 per cent in just one year and doubling in price in only one week. But it's not Bitcoin.
- Andrew Yang is garnering backlash on Twitter for saying 'sh*t' during a campaign stop at a church in Brooklyn, with users claiming it wasn't the place to use such language.
- Michael Paul Moogan, 35, from Liverpool, was linked to an international drug smuggling investigation after National Crime Agency officers raided a café in Rotterdam back in 2013.
- Maria Korotaeva, 27, claims in a new tell-all book that Andrew Bush, who was dubbed 'Mr Bling of Marbella', had received death threats in the weeks before his murder in his villa in Spain in 2014.
- The moveis to help fight a crushing outbreak of the coronavirus in the country, the airline said Sunday.
- Nearly 15 million people have had two jabs in England (Picture: AFP)More than a third of adults in England have now had two coronavirus vaccine jabs, it has been confirmed.
Some 14,871,208 have now had a second dose, NHS figures showed on Sunday.
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- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly made Archie's birthday card and wrote a poem to go inside, as well as splashing out on toys and a new outfit for the soon-to-be big brother
- Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will announce projects worth $110 billion to generate thousands of jobs over the next ten years as the nation recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Monday's parade will pass through Jerusalem's Old City, part of east Jerusalem, which was captured and annexed by Israel in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, despite soaring tensions.
- Many countries are relying on temperature checks to limit the spread of Covid as they have no vaccinesSome of the world’s poorest countries are being left behind in the fight against Covid and have not administered a single vaccine.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said about a dozen countries – many of them in Africa – are still waiting to secure vaccines.Despite accounting for 16% of people worldwide, Africa has delivered just 1% of the total number of coronavirus jabs. Th
- The incident happened at a HS2 construction site in Wendover (Shutterstock)An HS2 worker has been temporarily blinded in both eyes by a green laser shone at him on a construction site.Police are investigating after a man in his 50s was targeted at around 2.15pm in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, on Wednesday. He was standing by the side of a lorry at an HS2 building site when he noticed a green light source apparently being directed at him.Police said he then turn towards the light, exposi
- Not a bad use of time at all (Picture: Lucy Tallyn/SWNS)A woman has used her spare time during lockdown to undertake DIY transformations of her house and share satisfying time-lapse videos of the work.
Lucy Tallyn, 33, has a keen eye for style and, after spending eight years working in the fashion industry before being furloughed, turned that eye toward home improvement.She shares photos and soothing time-lapse videos of the projects she undertakes with her tens of thousands of followers on Inst
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