- The BBC comedy, which ran from 1982 to 1992, coined a multitude of catchphrases that proved popular for decades.
- Barry Morphew, 53, is to go on trial for the murder of his wife Suzanne. The trial is scheduled to take place in Colorado in May 2022. Meanwhile, Morphew will be released on a $500k bond.
- Victoria has recorded 535 new Covid-19 cases and one death amid hopes the state could end lockdown as soon as Melbourne Cup day if the wait time between Pfizer doses is halved.
- Real estate heir Robert Durst has been found guilty of the 2000 murder of a confidante who threatened to retract her alibi over the 1982 killing of his wife.
- Kendall has announced 818 Tequila’s new initiative (Picture: Elsa/Getty Images)Kendall Jenner has shared that her tequila brand is now supporting the community where it is made in Jalisco, Mexico.The model and entrepreneur launched her venture in February but faced cultural appropriation backlash shortly afterwards for since-deleted photos she shared on Instagram, posing in cowgirl garb alongside real-life tequila farmers and in an agave field in Mexico.The 25-year-old was also critic
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- Arsenal legend Paul Merson says Tottenham are nowhere near Chelsea (Picture: Sky Sports)Paul Merson says Mason Mount has ‘saved Chelsea £70m’ and has taken a swipe at Tottenham, claiming they are ‘a million miles away’ from rivalling the Blues this season.European champions Chelsea are currently joint-top of the Premier League with 10 points from four games, while Spurs are one point but five places behind in seventh.Tottenham were top of the table after three games
- In an interview with DailyMail.com, Gabby Petito's best friend Rose Davis, 21, said Brian Laundrie allegedly went so far as to hide Gabby's ID once so that she couldn't meet up with her at a bar.
- Love and deception were the hallmarks of Kim Philby, Britain's most notorious (and most successful) Cold War traitor.
- There are 40,000 amateur football clubs in the UK - and each club faces an average of five cancelled or postponed matches every season due to weather changes, such as snow, ice or extreme heat
- Dutch people born in 2001 are shorter than those born in 1980, a study by the country's statistics office has found.
- TikToker Miranda Baker claimed Laundrie asked her and her boyfriend for a ride at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on August 29 at 5.30pm. He supposedly told them Petito was at the van.
Six new Coronation Street spoiler videos reveal funeral shock, murder confirmed and Norris’ huge secretRita’s shock, Kelly’s discovery and Roy’s message from Norris (Picture: ITV)It was a week that changed everything forever, as Norris Cole died in upsetting scenes, and next week, Coronation Street honours the memory of the icon, as the cobbles stalwarts gather for his funeral.
Rita Tanner (Barbara Knox), Ken Barlow (William Roache) and Mary Taylor (Patti Clare) were left speechless when Freda Burgess (Ali Briggs) informed them that Norris had passed away this week.The legends t
- Ruby’s world has turned upside down (Picture: BBC)Ruby Allen’s (Louisa Lytton) world has come crashing down in EastEnders.Since Stacey’s (Lacey Turner) exit, Ruby has spent months lying to Jean (Gillian Wright) and Martin (James Bye).But as Ruby discovered Jean’s cancer fears, her guilt started to increase and she soon revealed her lies, telling Jean she had lied to the police about Stacey pushing her down the stairs.Now Martin knows the truth, he’s trying to readap
- Martin gets quite a shock! (Picture: BBC)Martin Fowler (James Bye) will learn the hard way that you don’t cross Ruby Allen (Louisa Lytton) in upcoming EastEnders scenes, when he realises he’s got nowhere to live!The mainstay of the BBC One soap was left stunned in Friday’s (September 17) instalment, when he discovered that Ruby had played a role in Stacey Slater’s (Lacey Turner) imprisonment.
However, that wasn’t the only thing she had to tell, as – after taki
- Jean updates Stacey (Picture: BBC)Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) has spent the majority of 2021 convinced her cancer had returned in EastEnders.After her first cancer scare, Jean was horrified to find another lump on her breast last Christmas but chose to not tell her children about it.In the doctor’s office, Jean became so terrified about what the future may or may not hold, she left the surgery and failed to actually hear confirmation on whether she had cancer again.Since then, Jean’
- Ronapreve will be rolled out to the UK's most vulnerable hospital patients, primarily immunocompromised people who cannot mount an antibody defence despite previous virus exposure or vaccination
- Decatur Councilman Hunter Pepper, 19, contracted coronavirus-related pneumonia and is ‘terrified’ (Picture: Facebook)A teenage city council member who voted against Decatur, Alabama’s mask mandate has been hospitalized with coronavirus-related pneumonia. Hunter Pepper, 19, tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday morning, five months after opposing the mandate.‘I am still shallow in breathing but my oxygen remains okay for now!’ Pepper wrote on Facebook on Thursday
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- YouTuber Gabby Petito has gone missing on a road trip in the US (Picture: YouTube)Gabby Petito was reported missing by her family on September 11 after they had not heard from her in over two weeks.Gabby and her fiancé Brian Laundrie had embarked on a road trip in a white Ford Transit van on Friday, July 2 from New York.
After recent police bodycam footage was released showing her distressed and crying following an argument with her boyfriend, the public and her family are growing concern
Strictly Come Dancing 2021 in chaos as ‘two pro-dancers refuse Covid-19 jabs’ and celebs ‘don’t want to be paired’ with themStrictly Come Dancing 2021 is kicking off on Saturday (Picture: PA)Strictly Come Dancing has been plunged into chaos after two professional dancers refused to get the coronavirus vaccine, it has been claimed.The upcoming series is set to kick off on Saturday, with the pairings finally revealed.However, after one unidentified pro tested positive for Covid-19 and was forced to isolate, reports claim that two dancers have not been jabbed.According to the Sun, BBC bosses are thought to be ‘fea
GB News hits back at Question Time debate, claiming ‘number of demonstrably untrue remarks’ made about channelGB News refuted comments made on Question Time (Picture: Rex/GB News)GB News bosses have condemned ‘a number of demonstrably untrue remarks’ which were made during Thursday’s episode of Question Time on BBC One.Journalist Andrew Neil was making his first non-GB News TV appearance since announcing he had left his role as chairman and host of a prime time show on the fledgling channel, and a lively debate ensued around both Andrew’s reasons for exiting GB News and the chann
- Insurers estimated rebuilding the ravaged interior would cost £38 million - and that was before further water damage to the Dorset property was found and two more ceilings fell in.
- UK researchers found that those with certain conditions are up to 12-times more likely to be hospitalised or die from Covid after being vaccinated, compared to healthy people.
‘This has to stop’ – Gary Neville calls for change as ‘football institution’ Derby County prepare to enter administrationGary Neville admits Derby County ‘may go out of business’ (Pictures: Getty/Sky Sports)Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville has called for change after ‘football institution’ Derby County filed a notice to appoint administrators due to financial problems.Championship club Derby, who are managed by Neville’s former teammate Wayne Rooney, have been unable to find a buyer despite being in talks with a number of ‘credible parties’.As a r
- Dr Richard Vautrey (pictured), chairman of the BMA's GP committee, said the UK's NHS needs thousands more family doctors to allow more patients to be seen in-person.
- From October 4, there will be a single "red list" of destinations which will require quarantine, while those who are fully vaccinated will no longer need a pre-departure test before returning from non-red list destinations
- The single case of classical bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) was identified in the animal, which is now dead and has been removed from the farm and said there is 'no risk to food safety'
- The craze for these 'hard seltzers' has come from the US and British drinks brands and supermarkets have created their own versions, which are designed to appeal to women (file photo).
Proof the BBC won't switch off its bias: Broadcaster demands we pay for it and denies it's Left wingUK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries was appointed on the very day the Beeb unveiled one Jess Brammar as its new executive news editor.
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