- Food delivery riders are causing 'total utter anarchy' for pedestrians and drivers on Sydney's roads, the chairman of the Pedestrian Council of Australia claims.
- GB News has been plagued with issues since its launch (Picture: GB News)GB News officially launched on Sunday, June 13 – the first new news channel to premiere in the UK in 30 years – but their first few days have already been fraught with issues during their live broadcasts.The channel, who Andrew Neil, 72, is chairman and a presenter of, promised to ‘give a voice to those who feel sidelined or silenced’ and to ‘expose cancel culture for the threat to free speech a
Creating a LGBT Love Island isn’t rocket science: An investigation quashing those ‘logistical difficulties’ argued by ITVITV has said that gay Love Island contestants create a ‘logistical difficulty’ (Picture: Rex/MTV)Love Island bosses are currently against producing a LGBT+ version of the show because gay contestants would pose ‘logistical difficulty’. So naturally, Metro.co.uk investigated just how logistically difficult it would be to create a series that is inclusive of all genders and sexualities alike. And it turns out, not very.The hit programme, which aims to match young, hot singl
- A glider plane went down off Long Beach Island in New Jersey (Picture: ABC7)An aircraft went down into the ocean about a mile off the coast of New Jersey on Thursday morning.
The aircraft, reportedly a glider plane, crashed off Long Beach Island off 26th Street around 11.30am.As many as three people were on board, according to News4.Video footage shared on social media showed an investigation underway in choppy waters.Breaking story, check back for updates…
- The abstract painting is part of David Bowie’s 47-piece ‘Dead Heads’ series (Picture: Pen News)Someone found a David Bowie painting at a charity shop for just £2.91 – and now it is expected to sell for at least £23,000.The abstract portrait was part of the British icon’s 47-piece ‘Dead Heads’ series, which he painted between 1995 and 1997.
The work was sold for £2,300 in 2001 and pretty much disappeared afterwards. But it bizarrely
- A 138-page lawsuit filed against Pornhub's parent company Mindgeek on behalf of 34 unnamed women in California state court on Thursday depicts the firm as a human trafficking crime syndicate.
- Public Health England's weekly coronavirus surveillance report said the country's vaccination campaign had prevented an estimated 42,000 hospitalisations and more than 14,000 deaths
Kim Kardashian will have ‘limits’ on bikini pictures when she’s a lawyer – but don’t worry, she’s still posting thirst traps for nowKim Kardashian is putting limits on her sexy Instagram pictures (Pictures: Instagram)Kim Kardashian revealed she is putting ‘limits’ on sexy bikini pictures on her Instagram page – but not just yet.The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has opened up on some of the more risqué photos she has shared with the world during her career – with most of them drawing in millions of likes and even more comments.Side note: Who could forget that infamous #BreakTheInternet ma
- Could the hay fever injection help you? (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)The pollen count is high right now and lots of people are suffering with hay fever.While most can manage it with over-the-counter antihistamines and products like eye drops or nasal sprays, for some people, the allergy is so severe nothing seems to work.If that sounds like you, you might consider the hay fever injection.Not currently offered on the NHS, you can get it privately for around £100 per jab.There are pros
- Cecily Aguilar, 22, has been charged with tampering with evidence after she allegedly confessed to investigators that she helped cut up and hide Guillen's body in April of last year.
- The 15-year-old, who cannot be identified because of her age, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Thursday by video-link for a case management hearing.
- Firefighters rushed to The Green Man pubin Wrotham, Kent, in the early hours of this morning in a bit to tackle the blaze with five fire engines and the water from a neighbour's pool.
- Cases are rising sharply, particularly among younger people (Picture: Metro.co.uk)Daily Covid infections in the UK passed 11,000 for the first time since February today, while deaths were the highest in a month.
It follows an announcement that all adults will be able to book their jabs from Friday in a bid to bring cases back down.
A total of 11,007 new cases were reported today, which is the highest daily toll since February 19, when 12,027 people tested positive.
The latest Department of Healt
- The American WarnerMedia-owned company said that it is launching 'Vault by CNN: Moments That Changed Us', through which it will be offering non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
- Health Secretary Matt Hancock suffered yet another embarrassing blow today as his elbow bump was snubbed by the Duke of Cornwall - just one day after allegedly being branded 'hopeless' by the PM
- Daily Mirror agony aunt Coleen Nolan gives advice to a woman who found out her relationship was all based on lies when he dumped her - and she has no idea what she did
- The Met Office projects which parts of the country have high pollen levels (Pictures: Getty/Met Office)As hay fever wreaks untold misery on millions, Britain’s national weather forecaster is putting its projection skills to the test on a wholly different phenomenon – pollen.The Met Office produces daily maps to show people whether to expect low, medium, high or very high levels of pollen where they live.Today’s map shows four areas marked red, meaning a ‘pollen bomb&rsquo
- Murray had his say on Federer’s defeat (Picture: Getty)Andy Murray has backed Roger Federer to ‘figure stuff out’ at Wimbledon despite suffering a setback in Halle.
An ‘unhappy’ Federer blasted his three sets defeat to Felix Auger-Aliassime, particularly his performance in the third set.‘No, was not a good attitude from my side, I was disappointed in the way I was feeling on court, the way things were going,’ said Federer after the 4-6 6-3 6-3 loss on We
- Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow with Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark in Iron Man 2 (Picture: Marvel)Scarlett Johansson has blasted the sexualisation of her character Natasha Romanoff – aka the butt-kicking super spy Black Widow – in the second Iron Man film.The star noted that Black Widow, who is due to star in her own spin-off film, has evolved over the years in line with her own personal evolution as an actor.However looking back on when her character first appeared in the 2010 bl
- A small plane crashed into the water about one mile off the coast of Long Beach Island in New Jersey at about 11.30am on Thursday.
- Dog walker Anna Aston, 49, spotted the escapee pig feeding her ten babies in woodland near Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, on Monday. The pig, now named Matilda, had been destined for slaughter.
- Swathes of fans draped in flags and wearing Scotland jerseys have been pouring off sold-out trains in London today ahead of tomorrow night's Euro 2020 clash against England at Wembley.
- Brazilian authorities are searching for Lázaro Barbosa, a career criminal, who allegedly broke into a farm and killed a family-of-four Ceilândia on Wednesday, June 9.
- A handful of people got to vote on an all-male list of lifetime lawmakers, as the House of Lords' ludicrous hereditary peer elections returned
- The incident happened as the car drove down I-77 near Charlotte. According to an unidentified witness, the incident originally began as a fight between two men at the Circle K on North Graham.
- Retired teacher Jane Stone was hit while crossing the road in Monmouth, Gwent, at 9.55pm last Monday. She was taken to hospital, but died of serious head injuries four days later.
- A Miami-Dade corrections officer has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping three women while he was monitoring their house arrest during his court ordered parole visits.
- HMS Prince of Wales, one of the most powerful warships ever built in the UK, was sighted "flying" in Devon after the G7 summit in Cornwall over the weekend
- The huge sparkler is smaller only than the Cullinan - which now makes up parts of the Crown Jewels - and the 1,758 Sewelo diamond, which was bought by Louis Vuitton
- New WHO policy appears to recommend all women of childbearing age avoid alcohol (Picture: Getty)All women of childbearing age should avoid drinking alcohol, the World Health Organisation has apparently recommended.
A draft Global Alcohol Action Plan published on the organisation’s website said anti-drinking campaigns should target women in particular, regardless of whether or not they intend to get pregnant.
It is due to the risk of damaging a baby in the womb but critics have called the a
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