It’s not an insult to move on from a family name – just as it shouldn’t feel like rejection if a woman doesn’t change her name on marriage
An unknown driver tore through the Lake Doster Golf Club in Plainwell, Michigan on November 26, causing $75,000 damage to the club's 6 and 7 green.
In the regulator’s annual report on the corporation, they said people from lower socio-economic groups are less engaged and less satisfied.
An England forward enters the record books. A Song gets tough and when going got rough, the Welsh fans sang. Catching upThere was a bit of history for the Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford. He scored England’s 100th goal at a World Cup tournament when he struck his second of the night in the 3-0 victory over Wales. This statistic hit the review. We remember the moment when Brazil scored their 100th goal at the World Cup. It was Pelé to make it 1-0 in the World Cup final against Italy in
Recent lecanemab trials are reason for hope, although health services may struggle to deliver treatments, says dementia researcher Jonathan Schott
And scientist Dr Peter Ridd from the IPA accuses the BoM and CSIRO of ignoring what he claims are the benefits of global heating
A host of free activities will be available as 'elf school' opens in Braehead.
Fleetwood Mac star Christine McVie has died following a short illness at the age of 79, her family have confirmed. The British-American rock band, founded in London in 1967, sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the most successful groups ever.
Officers are appealing to the young boy’s mother to get in touch with them
Mark Brown convicted of killing Alexandra Morgan and Leah Ware, whose body has not been found
Staff shortages and delayed discharge is leading to the worst ever waiting times for accident and emergency at a Glasgow hospital, according to health bosses.
The UK would need a December of near-record cold weather to avoid 2022 being the hottest year ever
UK house prices fell at the fastest pace in almost two and a half years last month, as rising interest rates put off buyers.
A man from the Manston centre died at a hospital on November 19 from what may have been diphtheria
A Brooklyn-based art collective poked fun at the status-conscious Art Basel Miami Beach art show with a project called “ATM Leaderboard” that displays and ranks the bank balances of attendees who choose to interact with it.Video posted on Thursday, December 1, shows the art piece by MSCHF. The project consists of an ATM refitted to capture a photo of the user and display their bank account balance, according to news reports.A man inserts his card and the machine reads “$48,339.99,” ranking him 21st on the leaderboard, the footage shows.The first-place slot at the time of recording was held by a man with more than $2 million in his account.The video, taken in Florida, was posted by Joel Franco.“Even if you’re not doing it, there’s a lot of tension in the air,” Gabriel Whaley, one of MSCHF’s founding members, told Artnet News. “Just being near it feels invasive, and it’s kind of goading you from afar.”The work was sold to a local Miami collector for $75,000, according to artnews.com. Credit: Joel Franco via Storyful
Lidia Thorpe’s proposal receives unanimous support, with the Greens senator saying ‘sports organisations need to be transparent about evidence’
Here is our summary of the latest news around Russia's war in Ukraine.
A new drug is making headlines around the world for being the first ever to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. After an 18-month trial of 1,800 patients, lecanemab slowed patients' mental decline by 27%. Although scientists are hailing a "new era" in treatment, strains on the NHS and the scale and complexity of the disease mean it could be a long time before patients and their families can really get the benefits in the UK.
ALL HER life, Margaret Wagner listened to her mother’s wonderful tales of travelling through Europe in the 1950s.
Good evening. The Prince and Princess of Wales land in the US tonight. Our royal correspondent is in Boston for the visit – and says the timing of a race row involving William's godmother could not be worse. But, first, the headlines...