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How to use up overripe or bruised peaches – recipe. Just when you think a peach is ready, it’s suddenly over-ripe – but that’s the prime time to use them in puree, smoothies or in puddings such as this cobbler
TV tonight: the Stones at their saturnine peak. A new documentary about The Rolling Stones’ 1968 BBC special. Plus: a wealth of game show action. Here’s what to watch this evening
Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Anna Hopkin won in a world record time.
A national eviction moratorium has expired after President Joe Biden and Congress failed to extend it
“It brought joy to my heart to see people who did not know each other to come together”
Queensland Covid lockdown: ‘enormous number’ of hotspots expected after six new cases. Eleven LGAs locked down from 4pm on Saturday as deputy premier says state must ‘go hard and go early’
Country diary: on the trail of the monster mollusc. East Dartmoor, Devon: Lurking in the woodland is an elusive member of the invertebrate night shift – the ash-black slug
Brownlee teamed up with Jess Learmonth, Georgia Taylor-Brown and Alex Yee to hold off the United States and France in the Games’ first mixed relay.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is vowing he “won’t let grass grow under our feet” as the department begins to implement new vaccine and testing directives
Mushrooming outbreaks of the Delta variant prompted China and Australia to impose stricter Covid-19 curbs on Saturday, as the WHO urged the world to contain the mutation before it turns into something deadlier and draws out the pandemic.
Two women in their 20s who were seriously injured when a 60 foot tall oak tree fell on them in the midst of Storm Evert on Friday were at a party celebrating a doctor's birthday. The huge tree crashed to the ground without warning at the private party, as strong winds gusted across the country on Friday evening. The party, which was thrown by a doctor celebrating his 27th birthday, was held in woodland behind Ubbeston Hall, near Halesworth, Suffolk. Villagers had been told prior to the event tha
Butterflywatch: red admirals reap benefits from woodland management. If we work together to create new sanctuaries or restore old habitat, the butterflies will have a fighting chance
Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare was provisionally suspended for doping Saturday, hours before the former world championships silver medalist was due to run in the semifinals of the women’s 100 meters at the Olympics. Okagbare tested positive for human growth hormone in an out-of-competition test on July 19, four days before the Olympics opened, the Athletics Integrity Unit said, prompting a mandatory provisional suspension.The results of that test were only received by track and field’s anti
Senators are returning to the Capitol for a rare Saturday session as they try to make further progress on a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure plan
Chinese factory activity weakened in July to its lowest level since the start of the pandemic, data showed Saturday, as manufacturing was impacted by slowing demand, weak exports and extreme weather.
Garment workers rushed back to major cities across Bangladesh as the authorities lifted restrictions
Father hopes to reopen case of British woman who disappeared 20 years agoLouise Kerton went missing in 2001 after travelling to stay with her boyfriend’s family in Germany Phil Kerton and wife Kathleen, hold up a poster of their missing daughter at the Ostende train station in Belgium while trying to retrace her steps in 2001. Photograph: Peter Maenhoudt/AP
Last time a snow blizzard hit country in July was 1957
So much joy. So much pain. So much hilarity.