Police are continuing to investigate a suspected child abduction in Redhill and say they have received more than 100 calls from members of the public in less than 24 hours. Senior investigating officer Superintendent Pete Fulton said officers had been reviewing CCTV footage of the area as part of the investigation.
The show starred Sherrie Hewson as Mrs Slocombe and John Challis as Captain Peacock.
One of the stars of reality TV show "Ice Road Truckers" has been killed in a plane crash in Montana. Darrell Ward, 52, died after the four-seater plane he was travelling in crashed southeast of the city of Missoula. Local sheriff Captain Bill Burt said it appeared the pilot had been trying to land at a small airstrip but "something went drastically wrong".
Despite a heavy police presence, there have still been multiple incidents on children’s day.
Yep, according to a mystery source the Bajan beauty banned Rita Ora from coming anywhere near her at last night’s event, telling MTV bosses to ensure that the former X Factor judge is kept away from her. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Rihanna is receiving the Video Vanguard Award and she wants the evening to be all about her. Last summer it was reported that 28-year-old Rihanna was furious with Rita because the Brit was recording a song with Ri’s ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.
A US Navy aircraft crew spotted the pair on the beach on the Micronesia island.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye has ordered the military to be in full combat readiness against emerging threats from North Korea. Park's warning has come amid instability in the Korean peninsula, which has been witnessing a series of aggressive acts in recent months. Tensions further rose in the region after Pyongyang blasted off a ballistic missile from a submarine on 24 August.
When Nottingham Forest's promising winger Oliver Burke received the ball in an apparently hopeless position with his back to goal near the byline at the City Ground on Saturday, few could have predicted what was about to unfold. Burke has been touted as one of Britain's most promising talents with a powerful, pacey technique similar to Gareth Bale's. Born in Scotland, Burke spent 11 years at Forest's academy, making his debut two years ago.
A major study has found that a healthy diet is better for treating heart disease than drugs like statins.
Police say the deaths of a family of five in County Cavan in Ireland may have been caused by a murder-suicide. The bodies of primary school deputy principal Alan Hawe, who was in his 40s, his wife Clodagh, who was in her 30s and also a teacher, and their three sons were found at the house near Ballyjamesduff.
By Lisa Barrington and Umit Bektas BEIRUT/KARKAMIS, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish-backed forces pushed deeper into northern Syria on Monday and drew a rebuke from NATO ally the United States, which said it was concerned the battle for territory had shifted away from targeting Islamic State. At the start of Turkey's now almost week-long cross-border offensive, Turkish tanks, artillery and warplanes provided Syrian rebel allies with the firepower to capture swiftly the Syrian frontier town of Jarablus from Islamic State militants. Since then, Turkish forces have mainly pushed into areas controlled by fighters aligned to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a coalition that encompasses the Kurdish YPG militia and which has been backed by Washington to fight the jihadists.
Visitors look at a full-size model of an aircraft jet engine made by China Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC), at the China International Industry Fair in Shanghai, in 2013
A South African hotelier said Monday he had picked up a piece of aircraft wreckage off the Mozambican coast in the latest possible find of debris from the missing MH370 flight.
Now you can incorporate reaching those 10,000 steps into your daily routine.
Police have begun a murder investigation after a 30-year-old man was assaulted and later died in southeast London. Police want to speak, in particular, to a group of women whom Mr Dearlove and his friends were talking to around the time of the attack.
It looks like there might not be a public vote on the issue and a lot of people aren’t happy.
Wait, it was valued at how much?!
The British Medical Journal is to investigate two articles that claim statins, used to lower cholestorol, may have harmful side effects and don't reduce death rates. The BMJ said the authors had retracted some of the data used in their reports. Ian Woods reports.
As the remaining British Home Stores (BHS) branches closed their doors for the last time, it has been reported that the retailer's former owner, Sir Phillip Green, may pay out £300m to plug the company's pension fund in order to stave off the threat of legal action. Green remains under fire over claims he mismanaged the chain and failed to protect its pension scheme. Green, who has been criticised for how he and his family benefited from £400m of dividends paid out by BHS during his tenure, could face legal action over the pension scheme which has a £700m hole.
This was definitely be a day to remember for the group.
Desmond Swayne’s response to the controversy is somewhat unorthodox.
Ms Sanderson and friends Laura White, Ann Peters and Natalie Pyne were celebrating her forthcoming wedding on the River Dart, near Dartmouth in Devon, when the boat they were in became stuck in mud as the tide went out. Dart RNLI said the boat had "gone aground on an ebbing tide" in Old Mill Creek shortly before 7.30pm on Saturday. An RNLI spokesman said: "The irony is the bride-to-be had requested a 'no fuss and low key' day.
Today heralds the end of an era for the department store.
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A senior HSBC Holdings Plc executive pleaded not guilty on Monday to charges that he participated in a fraudulent scheme to front-run a $3.5 billion (2.67 billion pounds) currency transaction by one of the bank's clients. The plea on wire fraud and conspiracy charges by Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest last month was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, was entered by his lawyer in federal court in Brooklyn. "He pleaded not guilty because he is not guilty," Frank Wohl, the lawyer, said after the hearing.
A look at what's on the front pages of Monday's national newspapers.
Part of Los Angeles International Airport was briefly closed after loud noises were heard that sounded like gunfire, possibly caused by a man dressed in a black Zorro outfit who was later detained by police.