- A thunderstorm warning has been issued across Wales, northern and central England between 9am today and 6am on Wednesday, with storms expected tolast well into the week.
- Three Texas women who were seen in a video allegedly attacking a NYC restaurant hostess after their vaccination cards were questioned said they were racially profiled and called the n-word.
- More than 50 law enforcement officers using bloodhounds, drones and 4x4 vehicles are searching for Brian Laundrie, who is feared to be armed, in a vast and swampy Florida woodland reserve.
- Violent footage has since surfaced of a man being tackled to the ground following a wild police chase on foot during the anti-lockdown protests in Melbourne's inner-city Richmond.
Covid Australian Medical Association on national reopening, warns Sydney Melbourne of hospital chaosThe Australian Medical Association has given cautious support for the national re-opening plan when the country hits 70 and 80 per cent adult double-dose vaccination.
- At an online discussion Wednesday Petra Lange explained how she got around Iowa's HF-802 law, which established requirements related to racism and sexism in schools.
- Defence minister Peter Dutton confirmed Australia will consider consider leasing nuclear submarines from US in the interim while waiting for new ones to be built.
- Residents in Covid-19 hotspots will enjoy the same restrictions as the rest of Sydney as New South Wales recorded 1083 Covid cases.
- Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca said a new drug showed a 72 per cent reduction in the risk of disease progression or death in women with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer.
- Parliament's joint committee on the national security strategy cited the fall of Afghanistan as proof that the system of dealing with risks was already 'inadequate to the task'.
- Graham Dickason who found his daughters dead at home - as his wife, Lauren, 40, is accused of murdering them - planned their relocation from South Africa for two years, according to friends.
Pro-Trump Rep Elise Stefanik blasted by hometown paper's editorial for 'great replacement theory' adRep. Elise Stefanik - a Trump loyalist - paid for Facebook ads pushing 'great replacement theory,' which claims white people are replaced by migrant. She was ripped by her hometown paper.
- Graeme Souness has named his three favourites to win the Premier League title (Picture: Sky Sports)Graeme Souness has hailed the strength of the Premier League and named his three favourites to win the title.Manchester City stormed to the title last season but have already dropped five points this season, losing to Tottenham on the opening weekend and drawing at home to Southampton on Saturday.City are currently second in the table, three points behind Liverpool who this weekend maintained their
- The Uzbek national had just landed in Delhi, India, on a flight from Dubai when officials caught him allegedly trying to smuggle the 95 grams of gold moulded into a giant set of dentures.
- PETER HITCHENS: How very sad that people travelling on the London Underground are tumbling down escalators in greater numbers because they are afraid to grasp the handrail.
- UK schools closed, hospitals nearing their capacity, people stuck at home and thousands sadly dying each day. This was the shocking reality of the global Covid pandemic we faced in 2020.
- Meat producers have warned Britain could be facing a shortage in as little as two weeks - as gas supplies claim Christmas dinner is under threat amid a gas crisis.
- Zachary Randazzo, 18, took a picture that showed a bald, clean-shaven man walking down the sidewalk in flip-flops with headphones in, which cops said looks a 'heck' of a lot like Laundrie.
- No console ever truly dies (pic: William Warby)A developer helps to explain the sudden explosion of new Game Boy games being made and why he decided to make one himself.Retro game sales are booming and the collectors’ market is on fire. Don’t believe me? Just try getting hold of an old Game Boy game from the Pokémon series, you’ll currently pay well over £100 for a complete boxed copy, despite the fact they were originally mass produced in their millions.It’s
- Sega’s glory days are getting further and further away (pic: Sega)A reader has had enough of Sega’s treatment of its classic games and demands it sells them to a company that will make better use of them.So another week another goes by, with another Tokyo Game Show on the horizon, and, as usual, Sega is acting like Sega in name only. News emerged that they were going to announce a new role-playing game at the show and immediately people started hoping for a new Skies Of Arcadia or Ph
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hits back at Manchester United hero Rio Ferdinand over Cristiano Ronaldo commentsManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit back at Rio Ferdinand (Pictures: Getty/YouTube)Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit back at Rio Ferdinand after the Manchester United legend suggested Cristiano Ronaldo had undermined his own manager.After Ronaldo was subbed off during United’s Champions League defeat to Young Boys on Tuesday, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was seen standing alongside Solskjaer on the touchline and shouting towards the pitch.Ferdinand felt Solskjaer shoul
- The Lancet has agreed to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that Chinese laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the virus.
- Former Premier League footballer Danny Murphy, pictured with his wife, has revealed he has contracted Covid-19, but feels he is lucky that he would be suffering worse if he had not been jabbed.
- JANE SMITH: Working in a London hospital, you get used to dealing with the after-effects of gang fights. But you don't expect to see them.
- Border Patrol has begun removing 14,800 migrants from a squalid camp set up underneath a Texas frontier bridge with the help of hundreds of cops and soldiers.
- The Prime Minister will host a meeting on climate change at the United Nations tomorrow and address the UN General Assembly in the US.
- A woman has been found dead in a cabin deep in an isolated forest on the NSW Mid North Coast.
- Psychologists from Amsterdam and Crete universities have discovered that dark horizontal lines are actually more slimming than other clothing designs.
- Mr Steel launched Alan Steel Asset Management in his hometown of Linlithgow in West Lothian in 1975. He had often retweeted anti-vaccine views since the start of the pandemic.
- After a week-long search NYPD arrested Bradley Hill, 32, who was caught on surveillance footage kicking a woman down the escalator of a Brooklyn subway station following an argument.
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