- Space-obsessed Elizabeth Norman, 7, will become the first child to send an object to the Moon later this year when a sticker with her social media name is included in a time capsule taken to space.
- 30 years old today (pic: Sega)The Wednesday Inbox asks why motion control aiming isn’t standard on consoles, as another reader reports Xbox Series X stock at Argos.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
So here’s something that blew my mind a little. I was all ready to write in today about it being the 30th anniversary of Sonic The Hedgehog and I found out it is also the 25th anniversary of Super Mario 64 on the same day. A strange coin
- The world's largest dinosaur, nicknamed 'Cooper' by locals, took 15 years to uncover after first being discovered on a cattle property in south-west Queensland in 2006.
- Ministers hope to lift rules such as social distancing, face masks in public spaces and work-from-home guidance - and could even allow nightclubs to reopen - in the comings weeks.
- Italian eatery Rimini Gregorio, in Sydney's Northern Beaches, suffered an onslaught of negative Google reviews over the weekend after a disgruntled courier stormed out of the store.
- A popular Shiraz wine has been pulled from the shelves over fears bottles contain shards of glass.
- Hash, a former translator for British forces, posed with his family for one last picture in his homeland before boarding the plane yesterday at Kabul International Airport.
- Michael B. Jordan Michael B. Jordan was accused of cultural appropriation after trademarking the word 'J'Ouvert' - which is deeply rooted in Trinbagonian and Caribbean culture - for his new rum line,
- Ebrahim Raisi, who won a landslide election victory in Iran at the weekend, was on a four-man 'death commission' that oversaw the execution of regime opponents in the late 1980s.
America’s Got Talent Golden Buzzer act Nightbirde reveals heartbreaking inspiration behind It’s Okay: ‘I was given months to live and then my marriage ended’Simon Cowell”s Golden Buzzer act Nightbirde reveals the inspiration behind the lyrics of her chart-topping audition song It’s Okay (Picture: Nightbirde Instagram/Getty)The second Jane ‘Nightbirde’ Marczewski began singing her original song, It’s Okay, during her headline-making audition, it was clear she would be a shining star on season 16 of America’s Got Talent.Indeed, the singer had the judges, audience, and viewers at home close to tears as she sang the p
- It comes after the most recent data revealed that infections from coronavirus are at the highest level since February - although the vaccine rollout appears to have broken the link between cases and deaths
- Queensland slams its borders shut to Sydney hotspots
- Air travel this 4th of July weekend is expected to reach near record levels, with 3.5 million passengers expected to fly. It comes as airlines are struggling to meet demand.
- Ministers faced renewed calls yesterday to end lockdown curbs two weeks early after yet more 'encouraging' Covid data showed that hospitalisation and death rates remain low.
- A 27-year-old tourist visiting New York City from Colombia was hit in the head with a glass bottle while travelling alone on the subway on Monday evening in Manhattan.
- The year 10 students at St Luke's Grammar School on Sydney's northern beaches were asked to allocate 25 points based on traits such as popularity, loyalty and attractiveness.
- The cholesterol-busting pills, which cost as little as 4p a day in the UK, drastically cut patients' odds of developing the disease and dying from it.
- A draft recommendation from UNESCO listed the reef's world heritage status as 'in danger' due to Australia's failure to address the effects of climate change on the 2,300km stretch of coral.
- University of Oxford scientists will begin giving people with Covid symptoms ivermectin in a new trial to determine whether it can help patients to recover at home.
- Some 78 per cent of hospital trust leaders in England are extremely or moderately concerned about the operational pressures they will face.
- Trust in yourself today (Picture: Metro.co.uk)Navigating relationships is tough, but your horoscope can help guide you.
Some of the signs are on a roll today, but for others, things are a bit more complicated.Feel like a friend might be trying to control you, Pisces? It might be time for some space before things get too toxic.Leo, you’ve got a problem to solve, but it might take a bit of digging to get to the truth. Listen to your gut, but don’t be too rash.Read on below for a sneak
- People who are caught by Immigration Enforcement from July 1 will be given a 28-day window to apply late for the EU settlement scheme - as campaigners fear thousands will miss the June 30 deadline
- Survey by Savanta ComRes marking five-year anniversary of Brexit vote suggests the Leave result would be overturned
- Labour accuse Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden of driving "the next instalment of his culture war playbook"
- Sun-starved Brits were given fresh hope on Tuesday night as Health Secretary Matt Hancock indicated daily testing could replace quarantine - and children could also be exempt from self-isolation rules
- CNN reported Tuesday night that she would set up the panel after Republicans blocked a 9/11-style commission in the Senate.
- Symptoms of the virus were present in only 0.8 per cent of people who died in the week which ended on Friday, June 11, the Office for National Statistics said.
- Victoria has recorded no additional local cases of coronavirus just hours after government blocked millions of residents in Greater Sydney from entering the southern state.
- Gary Neville says it is ‘job done’ for England after they topped their Euro 2020 group (Picture: ITV)Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville feels ‘really confident’ about England’s Euro 2020 chances but has warned that Gareth Southgate’s side will not ‘outplay’ the best teams in the tournament and can only compete by playing the same measured football which saw them top Group D.Wins over Croatia and the Czech Republic and a draw with Scotlan
- Too Hot to Handle hit Netflix in 2020 (Pictures: Netflix/Too Hot to Handle)The highly-anticipated second season of Too Hot to Handle is right around the corner, but what happened to the cast of the first series?The first season, which premiered last year, saw a group of single individuals enter a house with the aim of splitting a $100,000 (£71,000) cash prize at the end of their stay.The catch? They had to try and refrain from having any intimate contact with each other for four
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