- The three deaths in Newcastle took place over the bank holidays weekend, Northumbria Police said.
Eden Hazard apologises to Real Madrid fans over Chelsea controversy following Champions League defeatEden Hazard in action during Real Madrid’s defeat to Chelsea (Picture: Getty)Eden Hazard has apologised to Real Madrid’s supporters after their Champions League defeat to Chelsea.He said on Instagram: ‘I am sorry. I have read lots of opinions about me today and it was not my intention to offend the Real Madrid fans.‘It has always been my dream to play for Real Madrid and I came here to win. The season is not over and together we must not battle for La Liga! Hala Madrid!&r
- Leo McFaulds’ mum was a match and she was able to give him her kidney(Pictures: SWNS)A boy, eight, had to get a kidney transplant from his mum after falling seriously ill with E.coli. Leo McFaulds and his brother, Samuel, four, caught E.coli, a bacterial infection that can cause blood issues, in May last year.
Their parents believe the boys got the disease during a family walk in the Scottish Highlands, where they could have possibly come into contact with contaminated water or faeces
Hollyoaks spoilers: Dodgy Fergus Collins’ sick plot revealed as he spies on hundreds of women in their homesFergus’ sick moneymaking scheme was revealed (Picture: Lime Pictures)Hollyoaks has revealed how sinister Fergus Collins’ (Robert Beck) really makes all his money.
The dodgy businessman has allegedly made a name for himself in buying up properties and renting them back to their owners.There is much more to it than that, however, which viewers learned for themselves in tonight’s edition of the Channel 4 soap, as Fergus’ former associate Katya showed up.
Katya instructed War
- Ray Galindo, 58, left, was talking to a new member of his AA group in Modesto, California on April 23, when 22-year-old Braxton Howze, right, allegedly swerved off the road and struck him.
- Kristina Zhuravleva, 28, became popular for her beauty and lifestyle posts on social media - often posing alongside husband, Dmitr - who has been detained by Russian cops investigating the case
- Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday that Facebook's decision to uphold its ban on former President Donald Trump's account further exhibits Big Tech has too much power.
- A reader tells the Mirror's resident agony aunt Coleen Nolan that she's concerned by her husband's porn addiction and how it has led to problems in the bedroom for the couple
- Dog lover Marjory was devastated after losing her dog just before lockdown last year. When she found Jack, a Jack Russell Terrier, she decided to adopt him and they clicked straight away
- EXCLUSIVE: A groundbreaking St John Ambulance project to train youths as young as 14 to save the lives of stabbing victims due to Britain's surging deadly gang culture is being launched
- Nebraska Governor Governor Pete Ricketts promoted a new ‘beef passport’ at a steak house in the state (Pictures: Nebraska Beef Council/AP)The state of Nebraska has launched so-called ‘beef passport’ program to encourage people to eat more of the red meat.In announcing the new initiative, the state’s Republican Governor Pete Ricketts criticized ‘radical environmentalist’ and said Nebraska’s economy depends heavily on beef farming. The rollout of the
- A mum-of-three has come under fire online after admitting she sometimes wears pyjamas to drop her kids off at school, with some branding her 'disgusting' and 'lazy'
Nicola Sturgeon has hit back at far-right extremists who attempted to challenge her outside a polling station in Glasgow.The Scottish First Minister had been speaking to voters when she was approached by former Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen and founder James Dowson today. In the clip she can be seen trying to walk away from the pair, but they follow her across the road.Frans
- The bill, introduced by UK Conservative peer Lord Ralph Lucas, would require universities to keep on record details of every student's emergency contact.
- Pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah (pictured) deliberately changed the direction and speed of the flight MH370 to avoid 'giving a clear idea where he was heading', claims aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey.
John Krasinski has blessed us with the final trailer for A Quiet Place 2, and we’re already terrified.The flick, a sequel to the 2018 film starring Emily Blunt, was set to be released last March, but was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.It will now land in cinemas on June 3, earlier than the original date of September 2021, meaning we don’t have too much longer to
- Glenn Close would like to play Cruella de Vil again so how can we make this happen? (Picture: Getty/Disney)Glenn Close is ready to reprise her role as Cruella de Vil and we need this to happen expeditiously.A new Disney movie about the iconic villain’s origin story is just around the corner, but the 74-year-old star is still keen to get back into her fur coat for another 101 Dalmations flick.Glenn famously brought the puppy-hating fashionista to life in the 1996 live-action movie, and the
- Brian Penn, 30, is accused of killing his son at a house in Ayr, South Ayrshire on November 1, 2017 - after baby Kaleb Penn was found to have had a skull fracture, a bleed to the brain and a brain injury.
- Places like Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar and Israel could be on the Government's list of destinations where travellers can go without having to isolate on return
- Police believe that Saniyya Dennis, the 19-year-old Buffalo State College sophomore who went missing in late April, jumped to her death from Niagara Falls after a break up with her boyfriend.
- A witness told Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday that she had to turn away as PC Benjamin Monk stamped on ex-Aston Villa striker Damian Atkinson's head after deploying his Taser weapon
Just 6 out of 6million given AstraZeneca Covid jab have suffered blood clots after their second doseThe clotting disorder appears to be far less common after the second dose than the first, with 242 cases detected in the 22.6m people in the UK given one shot, a rate of about one in 100,000.
- An investigation of a drug trafficking gang in Rio de Janeiro sparked a shootout Thursday morning that left has 25 people dead, including a police officer.
- The firms said they would coordinate with national sporting bodies to make sure that coronavirus vaccines are available to anyone who needs one before travelling to Japan.
- Royal Navy vessels sent to ‘monitor the situation’ in Jersey amid a fishing row with France are returning to port.
Downing Street confirmed the vessels would be in retreat after French fishing boats left Jersey waters following a protest.
‘We are pleased that French fishing boats have now left the vicinity of Jersey,’ the spokesman said.
‘Given the situation is resolved for now, the Royal Navy Offshore Patrol Vessels will prepare to return to port in the UK. We rema
- A tidy £10k a month could be enough to buy a new home, pay off the bills, plot the future travel of your dreams - we'll have the numbers here as soon as they drop at around 8:20pm
- Experts have until Monday to find the mystery case or the tough new restrictions or the tough new restrictions for Sydneysiders could be extended.
Michael ‘Venom’ Page has doubts over Douglas Lima rematch this year ahead of Bellator 258 clash with Derek AndersonPage returns to the cage on Friday (Picture: Bellator MMA)Michael ‘Venom’ Page is determined to stay active in 2021 after he deals with Derek Anderson at Bellator 258 – but has his doubts over an imminent rematch with Douglas Lima.Page is seeking to extend his record to 19-1 when he takes on California’s Anderson on Friday – a fight that has twice fallen through in the past.The Londoner heads into the contest second in Bellator’s welterweight rankings with one
- Sir Paul McCartney worked with Royal Mail to create a special set of stamps (Picture: Getty Images)Sir Paul McCartney and Royal Mail’s collection of special stamps celebrating the music icon will give you hope of deliverance of your post.The main selection of stamps feature eight LPs which have define the rocker’s career, starting with his debut solo album McCartney, released in 1970.It goes right through to Sir Paul’s chart-topping recent release McCartney III – recorded
- This is the only image released so far (pic: Ubisoft)There might not be any word on The Division 3 but there will be a new entry in the franchise coming to consoles and PC soon-ish.A new Tom Clancy game called The Division: Heartland has been announced for consoles and PC, but instead of a direct sequel to The Division 2 it’s a free-to-play title.The game is being developed by Ghost Recon makers Red Storm Entertainment and will be out either late this year or early 2022.Although no plans f
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