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The Rolling Stones made an emotional tribute to their legendary drummer Charlie Watts at their first show since his death. Singer Sir Mick Jagger was held up by lead guitarist Keith Richards as he dedicated an exclusive show to Watts, who died of an unspecified illness at the age of 80. “It’s a bit of a poignant night for us because its the first tour in 59 years that we’ve done without our lovely Charlie Watts,” he told a 300 strong crowd at a warm-up gig at Massachusetts Gillette Stadium.
A new calculator lets you search how many STIs there are in your (ahem) local area.
The shelf-lives of a number of the leading Covid-19 vaccines could be extended in the near future, amid warnings that millions of doses could expire before they can be used around the world.
Damien Bendall is accused of killing a mother and three children at a house in Derbyshire.
Rashford has used social media to highlight social issues such as child food poverty
The vegetables and bacteria in saliva can produce unpleasant odours in the mouth
Sir Keir Starmer has been accused of attempting a “grubby stitch-up” of the next Labour leadership election over his plans to reform the voting system to make it harder for a Left-wing candidate to win.
“That’s hot,” her husband Joel Madden commented, in reference to Paris Hilton's famous catchphrase.
29-year-old reporter was shot in April 2019 as she observed rioting
Just 50 examples will be sold in the UK.
Kanye and Kim’s former marital home was a mega mansion in the Hidden Hills that took six years, and upwards of $20 million, to renovate.
The universal credit cut is outrageous, but this callousness is nothing new. From the bedroom tax to ESA reductions, a gulf between those who make policy and those affected by it has brought a decade of misery
Seals in the SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium in Queensland were seen walking around the aquarium as part of a fundraising effort for cerebral palsy research.The seals of SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast explored the aquarium in footage released by the aquarium on September 22. The footage was released as part of the aquarium’s STEPtember efforts: STEPtember is a one-month event raising money for toys, services and equipment for children and teenagers with cerebral palsy; the funds raised also go towards further research.“Our seals love to get out of the water and move around on land. They can reach speeds of up to 30km/h in the water, and don’t be fooled, these guys can even outrun humans for short distances on land,” said Carla Haskell, Mammals Manager at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast in a press release. According to her, the seals were keen to get involved and help the team to “get their step on”. Credit: SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium via Storyful
CO2 supplies have been disrupted by soaring gas prices and many industries are struggling with the fallout.
Doomed couple Bob and Megan have finally left the show, but fans predict a romantic future for the unlucky groom.
Police suspect they were stabbed to death with kitchen knife on Tuesday morning
‘It’s very hard for me to put a figure on it,’ says Ofgem boss as unprecedented gas price spikes threatens to put more suppliers out of business
Croatian police have said they have established the identity of a woman who was found in a remote area on a northern Adriatic island with no recollection of who she is or where she came from
Nicolette's future is also confirmed.
The prime minister was talking about a potential UK-US trade deal in the White House.