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Hard copy of bill flown by official on commercial flight to Asia
Education minister says his children go to a private school
Footage filmed on May 21 shows the spectacle of Mount Etna's most recent eruption, with breathtaking rivers and jets of lava. Yesterday (May 20) the Italian Civic Protection issued a warning alert for Mount Etna, an active volcano on the island of Sicily, Italy. The level of alert was raised from green to yellow. The National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Etneo Observatory, announced that starting from 3 pm a new effusive vent opened on the northern side of the SE Crater, at an altitude of about 3250 metres height above mean sea level, immediately north-west of the mouth which opened on 12 May. A small lava flow is currently emitted from the new vent in a north-easterly direction. A The SE Crater continues to be affected by Strombolian explosive activity of variable intensity, Accompanied by discontinuous emissions of diluted ash that disperses in a southwest direction. From the seismic point of view, the average amplitude of the volcanic tremor, while showing large fluctuations in its trend, remains in the range of high values. The source of the volcanic tremor is located below the SE Crater, at a depth of about 3000m. The infrasonic activity at the SE Crater is quite sustained both in the number and in the energy of the infrasonic transients. The signals acquired by the GNSS and clinometric networks do not show significant variations associated with the phenomenology in place.
Herschel Walker boasts of his charity work helping members of the military who struggle with mental health
OVER 600 bikers rode their motorcycles through the streets of BCP to raise money and awareness for men’s health, this morning (Sunday May 22).
The Donbas is feeling the brunt of the recent Russian military failures.
Women’s health minister Maria Caulfield said the Government was working closely with manufacturers to address the ongoing shortages.
WITH reference to John Warmingham’s letter (May 6) “Madman in the Kremlin”, it is very easy, when criticising someone of whom you strongly disapprove to shift the vocabulary from ‘bad’ to ‘mad’ (the tabloids do it all the time).
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On the fifth anniversary, Lancashire remembers the 22 victims, four who lived in the county, of the Manchester Bombing.
A drugs runner who played a "significant role" in dealing Class A drugs to vulnerable users in Chippenham, Calne and Corsham has been jailed for almost four years.
Earlier, the Russian defence ministry said 1,908 Ukrainian soldiers from Azovstal had "rendered themselves prisoner" since Monday.
‘I’m so grateful and I wouldn’t be here without them,’ comedian said of showrunner Lorne Michaels and his co-stars
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Prices rose at the same time as the availability of supermarket discounts and budget ranges – upon which consumers are increasingly relying – fell.
Labour says it is ‘simply staggering’ department authorised the move amid a cost of living crisis
An veteran who founded a charity has been recognised for his work by the prime minister.
There’s no love lost between the former BGT judge and the Little Britain star.
Clinics were ‘already under significant pressure,’ a sexual health consultant has said
Volcanic activity on Mount Etna saw alert levels raised to “yellow” by Italian authorities on May 20.The Civil Protection Department tweeted the warning, with Italian media reporting that the earth in the surrounding areas was continuing to “shake” on Friday.A new effusive vent opened on the northern slope of the southeast crater of Etna on May 12.This footage was shot by Salvatore Palermo, a photographer based in Aci Sant’Antonio, just northeast of Catania. Credit: Salvatore Palermo via Storyful