- My Fitbit was initially a great tool for motivation and to hold myself accountable (Picture: Amy Lo)I was already running late (no surprises there) but when I left my house earlier this year, I realised I didn’t have my Fitbit on.Instead of legging it to the station like I should’ve done, I ran back home so I could put it on and track my steps for the day, even though it meant I’d miss my train to meet my friend for dinner.Sweating as I sped-walked to the station while I did up
- Brazilian President JairBolsonaro broke New York City COVID-19 mandates Tuesday by entering the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday unvaccinated.
- Tucker Carlson weighed in on the US military's vaccine mandate Monday, slamming it as 'brainwashing' and a ruse to identify 'Christians,' 'free thinkers,' and 'men with high testosterone levels.'
- The colourful pharaoh pills are all approximately 1cm in length and width, the same shape and have the same pattern pressed into them - but contain drastically different chemicals
- This is the third time that a jackpot of this amount as been up for grabs for players of the Oz Lotto this year. Check the winning numbers here.
- St John Fisher Catholic High School in Wigan said the pupils were approached by the men on Sunday evening and Monday morning. The school has urged pupils to be vigilant and remain in groups if possible
- Marcos Alonso will no longer take a knee ahead of Chelsea’s matches (Picture: Getty)Thomas Tuchel insists he is on board with Marcos Alonso’s decision to stop taking a knee before Chelsea’s matches, but revealed the Spaniard didn’t consult with his teammates before opting to break ranks.All Premier League footballers began taking a knee as a show of support for the Black Lives Matter movement in June 2020, but the Chelsea left-back fears the gesture has lost much of its e
- NBA 2K22 – here we go again (pic: 2K)GameCentral offers a belated review of NBA 2K22, including its excellent gameplay and awful microtransactions.NBA 2K22 might be the best instalment 2K Sports has published, but despite well-balanced gameplay and some genuinely useful new features across its various game modes, you’ll probably still be left with a bitter taste in your mouth.The issues are a mix of the familiar and the brand new but all intertwined with the seemingly never-ending sq
- The UK is facing a gas crisis (Picture: Getty)The amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) the UK produces has halved – and this could be bad news for retailers, with supermarkets facing huge meat shortages and 100,00 pigs facing slaughter.
The gas shortage is also putting a huge demand on energy suppliers, which could see household bills soar.
However, the government has rushed to reassure people that the country is not heading for a repeat of the 1970s winter of discontent – where the coldes
- Martin Marshall, chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, said UK practices were battling staffing issues and increased demand due to delayed diagnoses during the pandemic.
- Rocchetta Mattei was initially used by Cesare Borgia, the illegitimate son of Pope Alexander VI, as a home and place to work. It was later abandoned and has only been restored recently
- The OECD said there were likely to be 'strikingly' different fortunes for countries in the next phase of the pandemic.
Anne-Marie manages to butt heads with a member of Bucks Fizz in tonight’s inaugural episode of Never Mind The Buzzcocks.The beloved music-panel show is returning to television screens this evening after nearly seven years away with Greg Davies serving as host alongside team captains Noel Fielding and Daisy May Cooper.Comedian Jamali Maddix will make his debut as a regular gues
- Edouard Mendy missed Chelsea’s win against Tottenham on Sunday (Picture: Getty)Thomas Tuchel is hopeful that first-choice goalkeeper Edouard Mendy will be fit for Chelsea’s crucial Premier League match against Manchester City on Saturday, despite not being back in training yet.Mendy missed Chelsea’s comfortable 3-0 victory against Tottenham on Sunday after picking up a hip injury during the Blues’ Champions League match against Zenit Saint Petersburg last Tuesday.With the
- A third of adults are worried they'll start to lose their sense of control as "normality" resumes - and are anxious about interacting with others again
- Sophie Fairall, from Stubbington, Hampshire, was diagnosed with a rare form of tissue cancer last September (Picture: Rex/Family Handout)A 10-year-old cancer patient who cooked with TV chef Gordon Ramsay as part of her bucket list has died.
Sophie Fairall, from Stubbington, Hampshire, was diagnosed with a rare form of tissue cancer last September.She bravely underwent a number of surgeries, chemotherapy and radio therapy, but the ‘aggressive’ rhabdomyosarcoma returned in June.
- BLM protesters chanted 'F*** you, Carmine's' and 'Carmine's are racist' outside the Italian restaurant on the Upper West Side of Manhattan on Monday night - four days after the altercation.
- Asked if he had six children, the Prime Minister told NBC "yes" - after previously refusing to be drawn on the subject in the 2019 election
- As a teen, Louise was asked 'what’s worse - losing a parent or losing a sibling?' while in a grief counselling session
- Amputee John Sandford and partner Helen, both 66, spent a holiday on MSC Virtuosa and claim they didn't feel safe even before it emerged there were other cases on board
- The incident happened at the Northampton branch of the supermarket giant (Picture: Getty)A supermarket security guard who was nicknamed ‘Blacky Chan’ at work has won a race claim despite his boss trying to argue it was ‘just banter.’Daley Boyd worked at the Northampton branch of Lidl and was given the nickname after he caught four shoplifters.
Duty manager Aaron Cropp announced over the store’s internal radio system that Mr Boyd should be known by the offensive term
- Over half of adults also don't know how much of each vitamin they should have day - and one in ten wrongly believe "the more vitamins, the better"
- Salford was crowned the best-kept secret city for a romantic getaway, with Bradford being ranked a close second
- Some people can’t believe their friends across the pond don’t use kettles regularly – but there’s a good reason for their decision to keep heating water on the stove
- The Prime Minister is notoriously reluctant to discuss his often colourful private life but let down his guard on American television today.
- Everleigh Manor near Marlborough, Wiltshire, was owned by the Crown during the reigns of Henry IV, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, before the Queen granted it to her chief falconer.
- Three weeks ago, a US drone strike was ordered on a white Toyota Carolla car in Kabul, Afghanistan, being driven by a suspected terrorist. The terror suspect, Zamarai Ahmadi, wasn't a terrorist.
- Jess Wright may have just got married but her heart is still full of love for her teacup Yorkshire Terrier, Bella
- Craig Davies, 34, was driving "well over 100mph" when he crashed head-on into an oncoming car in Tameside. His concerned brother had been chasing him as he was "obviously over the drink drinking limit"
- Calling all cake lovers, GBBO is back tonight at 8pm on Channel 4, here are all the numbers you need to know
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