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Man steals $9,000 lawnmower from church
Work-from-home guidance will return and vaccine passports become mandatory in large venues.
Schools and colleges will only be inspected if there are safeguarding concerns, the Department for Education has said.
Mass tourism had brought the archipelago, immortalised by the Leonardo Dicaprio movie ‘The Beach’, to the brink of ecological catastrophe. Now Thailand hopes to make Phi Phi the standard-bearer for a new, more sustainable model of tourism as the country reopens to visitors after the long Covid-19 shutdown.
A 13-year-old boy has become a national hero in Burkina Faso. Eyewitnesses claim that he shot down a French military drone with a slingshot. But posts on social media are attributing this act to a completely different 9-year-old boy. A mix-up or a set-up? We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
Researchers have indicated a change in drinking habits since the pandemic may explain the yearly rise in deaths.
Footage of the White House’s extensive holiday decorations and the efforts that went in to preparing for the season was released via YouTube on December 6.The White House officially unveiled its Christmas decorations on Monday, November 29, with the theme of “Gifts from the Heart” – inspired by “the acts of kindness and experiences that lifted our spirits this year,” First Lady Jill Biden said on Twitter.In total, the White House has 41 Christmas trees, with around 6,000 feet of ribbon, over 300 candles, and over 10,000 ornaments used. A 360-degree view of the decorations is available to view on Google Street View, the First Lady said. Credit: The White House via Storyful
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The move, designed to give victims greater confidence to come forward, were included in the Government’s rape review.
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Admiral Sir Tony Radakin listed Russia, China, Iran, North Korea and instability in the Balkans as sources of concern.
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Fans wanting to see Adele live in Vegas will need to be double-vaccinated and test negative for COVID-19. The British songstress sent the internet into a frenzy when she announced her residency at Caesars Palace, dubbed Weekends With Adele, would begin in January. "Both proof of vaccination AND proof of a negative test within 48-hours of the event is required to enter the event," according to the website.
‘We hope this will be a teachable moment for us as we repair and continue to build bridges with the SFPD. These are stressful times, and we handled this badly,’ restaurant owners say
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie have welcomed a healthy baby girl, who was born on Thursday morning. The couple were seen walking into a London hospital at 7.40am flanked by two police officers. “The Prime Minister and Mrs Johnson are delighted to announce the birth of a healthy baby girl at a London hospital earlier today,” the statement said.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are “bullying” Max Verstappen in their pursuit of the 2021 Formula One title, the sport’s former boss, Bernie Ecclestone, has declared. For Ecclestone, the Mercs have gone too far in this regard. "Max is a kid compared to Lewis and the worst thing is Lewis has a massive publicity campaign working for him," Ecclestone told AFP.
Results of first laboratory experiments on new variant ‘better than I expected’, scientist says
Health officials in Whitehall are becoming increasingly worried by the emerging data on omicron, as NHS bosses warned that a significant rise in cases could add to current healthcare pressures
‘Lockdown loneliness’ linked to higher anxiety among 20 to 24-year-olds.
Boris Johnson has apologised in the House of Commons after a video from December 2020 was published by ITV showing then press secretary Allegra Stratton and prime ministerial adviser Ed Oldfield talking about an alleged party at Downing Street.“I understand and share the anger … at seeing No 10 staff seeming to make light of lockdown measures,” the prime minister said.“I was also furious to see that clip,” he said.“I apologise unreservedly for the offence that it has caused up and down the country. And I apologise for the impression it gives.”Johnson said he had been “repeatedly assured” that there was “no party and that no COVID rules were broken.”He said he had asked the cabinet secretary to establish all the facts and to report back as soon as possible.“If rules have been broken, there will be disciplinary action for all those involved,” he said. Credit: Parliament TV via Storyful