This Full Moon brings major revelations (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)The next Full Moon is on January 17, known as the Wolf Moon.
Full Moons present more opportunity for reflection than action, they bring an insightful, illuminating, contemplative energy to our world and make us pause to think about things we haven’t yet fully clarified or expressed.
They bring stuff to the surface, basically.
This Full Moon occurs in the Sun sign of Capricorn and therefore sits with the opposing Moon sign
- Detectives are still searching for a vital piece of evidence since discovering Charlise Mutten's body by the Colo River, in NSW's Blue Mountains, on January 18.
- via mirror.co.ukFormer lower league footballer Alfie Nunn has tragically died after reportedly suffering a heart attack while on the pitch during a game in Dubai where he was living
- After months of the state refusing to divulge its true numbers, showed that at least 12,743 long-term care residents died of the virus as of Jan. 19, far greater than the official tally of 8,505 on that day.
- A pizza deliveryman shot a suspect trying to steal his car six times in Philadelphia (Picture: FOX29)A pizza deliveryman shot a man who was apparently trying to steal his car, six times in Philadelphia. The deliveryman, 39, was bringing a pizza order on H Street in the Kensington neighborhood shortly before 7.40pm on Thursday, according to WPVI-TV. That was when he was confronted by an armed man trying to carjack him. Police said the deliveryman had a concealed carry permit and fi
- The Metropolitan Police are under fire after messages revealed officers knew two years ago about the abuse of Yasmin Wafah Chkaifi, 43, (pictured), who was killed in Maida Vale this week.
- Gullis, who has been the MP for Stoke-on-Trent North since 2019, was filmed yelling and stamping his feet in a show of support for Boris Johnson during PMQs on Wednesday.
- David Boies, Ms Roberts' New York attorney, said Ms Roberts does not want a settlement that would allow Andrew to 'escape' responsibility due to his 'position' and 'wealth', according to reports.
- The number of civil servants working in some Whitehall departments more than tripled this week after being told to return to the office, according to a Daily Mail audit.
- Tory Maguire, executive editor of the Herald and Age, made the stunning claims while explaining why a news story that included an interview with the hardline feminist was spiked from publication.
Labour is now more trusted than the Tories with taxes and reducing the cost of living, suggests pollThe Ipsos Mori survey found 37 per cent of adults in Britain trust Labour most on taxation, compared with 27 per cent for the Conservatives.
- Sydney woman Janelle Loke, 24, has shared her gym's new ban on sports bras after she was pulled aside by staff in her usual gym outfit she said she has worn to the gym for years.
- Safestyle UK - known for its 'You buy one, you get one free' advertising campaign - is understood to have been targeted in a 'ransomware' attack. Hackers customer details for over 400,000 people.
- via mirror.co.ukA famous television duo have called in lawyers to remove sex videos and images that have been shared on social media accounts via direct messages, it is alleged
- Queensland's chief healthhas warned the Omicron strain of the virus is far from over for residents in the Sunshine State. It follows 10,391 new Covid cases and 12 deaths on Saturday.
- The 'Today' programme host says he prefers 'silence' to the BBC's main radio station which broadcasts his morning flagship news show. Webb dismissed Radio Four as 'informative noise.'
- Thousands of Welsh people returned to nightclubs for the first time in 2022 after the Principality's First Minister Mark Drakeford eliminated most of the country's Covid-19 restrictions.
- National Highways this week launched an advertising blitz alongside a slick video featuring Gadget Show presenters Ortis Deley and Suzi Perry.
- In a phone call next week Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to demand the Kremlin 'steps back' from the brink of war in eastern Europe.
- A call for all cats to be kept inside to stop them killing wildlife seems sure to get fur flying among pet lovers. Peta, an animal rights charity, issued the demand-along with a ban on cat flaps.
- More than half of the 6,000 veterinary practices are owned by just six companies. And three of them are private equity firms.
- Premiums have increased by up to 2,000 per cent. Housing Secretary Michael Gove yesterday told the Financial Conduct Authority he was worried about 'crippling costs' faced by families.
It's some of Britain's most fertile land - yet there's a plan to cover 2,800 acres with solar panelsIf proposals currently being considered go through, compulsory purchase orders could be used to turn this green land into Britain's biggest 'solar farm'.
- The future is in the clouds (pic: Microsoft)Frustrated at not being able to buy a PS5, a reader gets an Xbox Series S instead and is very impressed by its cloud streaming service.It was when I opened my browser and fired up a brand new console game that the penny dropped. Have you tried Xbox Cloud Gaming? If you can, you really should.The first thing I’ll say is I’ve never had any particular wish to board the Xbox train. After all, using any of Microsoft’s other bug ridden and
- Are Xbox and PlayStation more similar than not? (pic: Metro)A reader tries to defuse the current gen console war by looking at the pros and cons of both consoles and how largely equal each other out.Over the past couple of months there has been a steady stream of Reader’s Features which have fanned the flames in an imaginary console battle (to be fair the majority of the regular GC readers are level-headed folks that don’t buy into it). It seems that the PlayStation 5 is the recipien
- What if gaming was just Xbox? (pic: Microsoft)Readers consider what they’d do if Microsoft and other large corporations were able to force out or acquire Nintendo and Sony.The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Cranston and obviously inspired by the concerns surrounding Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, which many fear will leave Sony and Nintendo unable to respond – simply because they’re smaller companies.Opinions were divided
- Paige Mowatt, who worked at One Call Insurance in Doncaster, spent more than ten-and-a-half hours viewing non-work-related material over just 15 days, an employment tribunal heard.
- Theodore Agnew said 'schoolboy errors' had been made by the Covid loans scheme, such as bounce-back loans being given to more than 1,000 companies that were not trading when Covid struck.
- A robot cop dog taking homeless people’s temperature suspected of having Covid-19 has stirred controversy in Honolulu (Picture: AP)Police in Honolulu, Hawaii, have deployed a robotic dog to check homeless individuals’ temperature who are suspected of having the coronavirus. While cops say the robot, Spot, saves them money and health risks, critics have called it ‘dehumanizing’ to the homeless.Honolulu police have been using Spot to scan homeless peoples’ body temper
- The discoverydates back to 2017, according to Mel Magazine, when former college roommates Lee Metzger and Josh Cranmer decided to revisit the film, which spawned a franchise.
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