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The housing market has retained a surprising amount of momentum given the mounting pressure on household budgets, Nationwide Building Society said.
Covering of feathers left them able to cope when other creatures died off in mass extinction event, scientists say
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has applied for a permit to hold a fireworks show at Mount Rushmore to celebrate Independence Day 2023
WITH her rippling muscles and lean frame, Amy Oxberry is shaping up to be the fittest granny in York.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived for a ceremony to mark the 25th anniversary of the handover of the ex-British colony.
Britain’s Funniest Class have wowed the nation by appearing overnight on a giant billboard in Hitchin today, celebrating their crowning as the nation’s funniest school class. Voyager year 5 class from Whitehill Junior School crowned the nation’s funniest with “What do you call a class of children who eat potatoes using their toes?! The Mash Street Kids!” joke. Beano unveiled the giant billboard, which appears to have been pasted up by Voyager year 5 class themselves. The incredible artwork features the winning class in comic form with their winning joke, which also appears in the iconic comic out today. This year is the first time that the winning class and joke have been immortalised out in public. The Beano billboard aims to give the country a much-needed smile ahead of schools breaking up for the summer holidays. The competition was fierce this year with hilarious jokes coming in from across the nation and receiving over 190,000 votes by the public, but it was Whitehill Junior School that snatched the top spot. The nationwide initiative, now in its fourth year, is created in partnership with YoungMinds, the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people’s mental health. It aims to lift classroom spirits and help build resilience, whilst inspiring the next generation of comedy geniuses through joke-writing lessons. Contributors: Danny Pearson – Beano Writer Benny Kelsall - Pupil at Whitehill Junior School
Ex-boyfriend of former Mayor’s teenage daughter threatened to maim Mr Livingstone
The singer opened up at a Pride event.
Mr Ecclestone, speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, described the Russian president as a ‘first-class person’.
Katie Boulter dedicated her day four Wimbledon win to her grandmother, who died two days ago.
The Vatican has said it has completed the sale of the luxury London building at the centre of an ongoing corruption trial - after taking an estimated hit of around £120m (€140m). In a statement issued on Friday, the Vatican said the building was sold for £186m to Boston-based private investment firm Bain Capital. The statement said that losses were covered by Vatican reserve funds, and stressed that donations from the faithful in a papal fund known as Peter's Pence had not been used.
Chris Pincher said he had ’embarrassed myself and other people’ after having had ‘far too much’ to drink.
Years before “Bridgerton” and the Regency-era fashion moment it helped inspire, director Emma Holly Jones was dreaming of an early 19th century romantic comedy with a diverse cast
A GARDEN volunteer from York is appealing for the return of her "t-rusty steed" after the bike she's loved for almost 45 years was stolen from outside her home.
In a video released on Twitter Jon Voight calls for impeachment of Joe Biden
Making small changes, even in the bathroom, can make a huge difference
A driver pulled over for an expired MOT was found to have drugs in his system and subsequently arrested.
At least 46 people have been found dead inside a trailer truck in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio's WOAI-TV said the people found were migrants and police were investigating. The truck was found next to railroad tracks in the city's Southwest Side neighbourhood. Video from the scene and aerials showed police and other emergency services surrounding an 18-wheeler truck.
Sir Cliff Richard says it is a “shame” that Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu have been knocked out in the second round of Wimbledon. The singer and tennis fan is attending matches at All England Lawn Tennis Club today.
Logan Mwangi was discovered dead in the River Ogmore in Bridgend, having suffered “catastrophic” injuries.