- via mirror.co.ukLittle Teddie Mitchell suffered rib fractures, fractures to his collar bone and a fractured skull. He had serious brain injuries from which he died 10 days later in hospital
- New Zealand company The Warehouse has apologised to customers after describing a BMX bike's braking features as 'easy enough for a girl to use'.
- Wellness 4 Humanity announced plans to roll out the machines Sunday, and said they will be available in New York City, LA, San Francisco, Boston and Dallas in the coming weeks.
- Eating lots of fried food could increase the risk of heart failure by 37 per cent and the threat rises with each additional weekly serving of foods like chips and fried chicken, researchers warn.
- Interest rates on savings have plummeted - just as we stash away more cash in lockdown. The rates of Isas, fixed savings bonds and notice accounts have also fallen to their lowest level since 2007.
- Michele Singh, a project manager at cosmetics empire ModelCo, is being remembered as 'loving, confident, driven and brave' after passing away on Sunday.
- In December 2020, almost a quarter of all overseas departures from Australia were students on temporary visas leaving the country, new Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show.
- The video received more than 66,000 views and was flooded with comments with many pointing out how 'Australian' it was.
Martin Luther King Jr. would be greatly disappointed in the nation and Trump says his son on MLK DayMartin Luther King III is speaking out about his late father's 'fight against poverty and income inequality' on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
- Actors and television professionals from middle class backgrounds are also more-likely to describe their rise to stardom as coming from 'humble origins', London researchers claim.
- Vice President Mike Pence has been trying to get ahold of hero Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman.
- Labour's shadow education secretary Kate Green urged ministers to 'sack the companies' which provided those meals and give the money to parents instead.
- Bath could close off its historic city to vehicles as the council plans to install bollards and remove parking spaces - even for residents - amid fears of terror attacks.
- The BBC confirmed it received complaints about a headline which described convicted murderer Phil Spector as 'talented but flawed' when reporting his death on Sunday.
- There are 72 tennis players in hard quarantine ahead of the tournament scheduled to start on February 8 after six peopleon three of 17 charter flights tested positive to coronavirus.
- President Donald Trump is expected to pardon dozens of Americans on Tuesday, his last full day in office.
- via mirror.co.ukPeople are being urged to prepare as an amber weather warning for rain was issued by the Met Office for Tuesday to Thursday for central northern England among other areas of the country
- The tradie's Mazda Bravo ute spotted at Narrabeen Bunnings on Sydney northern beaches show the trailer overloaded with building supplies including piles of timber, scaffolding and insulation.
- New South Wales has reported zero locally acquired coronavirus cases on Tuesday for the second day in a row.
- Mark Wright ‘lives with regret of ruining football career’ (Picture: Rex)Mark Wright has confessed he ‘lives with the regret’ of ruining his own career as a professional footballer.
The reality star turned radio DJ, 34, has been busy making a comeback on the pitch, after deciding to give football another shot and signing with League Two team Crawley Town F.C.He made his debut for the club against Leeds United, after previously hanging up his boots at just 20 years old.
- Gary Neville has played with some of the best strikers in Manchester United history (Picture: Getty Images)Gary Neville has picked out Wayne Rooney as the best striker he ever played with during his long and wildly successful time at Manchester United.Rooney recently announced his retirement from playing at the age of 35 as he becomes the full-time manager of Championship side Derby County.Neville was reflecting on his former Manchester United teammate’s career, now it has come to an end,
- What’s coming your way? (Picture: Getty/ Metro.co.uk)Want to know what the stars have forecast for you today?Aries is connecting with close friends and Taurus is chatting to someone about a stumbling block.Pieces, meanwhile, is reflecting on what they want from life.Read on below to find out what the stars have in store for your sign.What star sign are you?
Aries: March 21 to April 20 Taurus: April 21 to May 21Gemini: May 22 to June 21 Cancer: June 22 to July 23 Leo: July 24 to August 23 V
- 'We are treating the case as she's still alive,' the New South Wales Police Commissioner told Sydney radio on Tuesday.
- A total of 41 per cent of 16 to 25-year-olds say they 'always' or 'often' feel down. The figures increase among those who are not in work.
- More criminals are getting away with a slap on the wrist instead of being prosecuted since the pandemic started. A report warns this could make the public lose faith in the criminal justice system.
- Costing just £4, the test is already sent out to over-60s every two years. But scientists from Exeter University say it also works for over-50s who have early signs.
- Many office workplaces in Australia are now practically deserted, with virtual meetings, skeleton staff and empty desks the norm in 2021 due to the global pandemic.
- Victor returns to cause more trouble in Hollyoaks (Picture: Lime Pictures)Victor Brothers (Benjamin O’Mahony) returns in Hollyoaks to pick up from where he left off.
The drug dealer terrorised several residents of the eponymous village last year, and was ultimately responsible for Jordan Price’s (Connor Calland) tragic demise.
With the events of New Year’s Eve having brought unwanted police attention to both he and his operation, Victor has been lying low, but he returns in the
- Ella’s secret is in danger of being revealed (Picture: Lime Pictures)Ella Richardson (Erin Palmer) is harbouring a huge secret in Hollyoaks, as she keeps shtum about the fact that it was she who killed Jordan Price (Connor Calland), and not Charlie Dean (Charlie Behan).
However, could the truth be set to out at last?
It’s certainly a possibility, in spite of Mandy Morgan (Sarah Jayne Dunn) going out of her way to ensure that her daughter’s murder secret remains hidden.
- (Picture: ITV)When Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) was revealed as Al Chapman’s (Michael Wildman) mystery woman in Emmerdale, we all knew the inevitable moment Debbie discovers Al is also with Priya Kotecha (Fiona Wade) will be a huge.
No-one messes with Debbie and Priya, and in upcoming weeks, it seems they are ready to make this perfectly clear to Al as they put their devastating revenge plan into place.Priya discreetly finishes a series of bank transfers, while fighting the urge to unleash
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