THE owner of an equine assisted learning centre has issued a desperate plea to find a new home.
JOHN Studholme (The Cumberland News, letters, May 13) states that ‘people are not happy (with Brexit)’ on the basis of a very small survey.
Kourtney Kardashian tied the knot with Travis Barker in a fairtytale Italian wedding on Sunday. In an Instagram post, the reality star gushed about finding her “happily ever after” as the pair said “I do” in Portofino. The former Blink 182 drummer shared a picture of the couple kissing in front of a stunning altar covered in red roses and velvet.
Police are investigating claims that a van driver "crushed" three ducklings by mowing them down as they were crossing the road. Staffordshire Police said officers were made aware of the incident, which took place in Trentham, a southern suburb of Stoke-on-Trent, on Friday. Images of the ducklings laying in the road were shared across social media after being posted on Facebook by a man called Steven Walley.
The cheapest new car in the UK now costs more than £10,000 - making it more expensive than ever to buy a brand-new vehicle.
Animal lured with “a pile of grain, oil and pastries” before being killed, according to officials in the state
The launch coincides with the second anniversary of the murder in the US of George Floyd.
The Taliban has imposed several restrictions for women and girls since overtaking Afghanistan in August
A BOOKMAKER has named its top Lancashire contenders to play the next James Bond, including Lucien Laviscount and Sarah Lancashire.
Global drugmakers are lobbying for wealthy nations to fund a supply mechanism that would secure vaccines for low-income countries without delay in case of a new pandemic, but said the proposal was contingent on free cross-border trade. The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) said in a statement on Monday that global pandemic vaccine distribution needs to be put on a new footing because the world’s poorest countries were forced to wait for shots during the current pandemic. "The industry is willing to reserve an allocation of real-time production for distribution to priority populations in lower income countries, as determined by health authorities during pandemics," said IFPMA director general Thomas Cueni.
Female TV news anchors are being told they must wear face coverings when presenting live on air in Afghanistan. The Taliban said the ruling was “non-negotiable” and is now being strictly enforced by the Government. The party overthrew the previous Afghan government in August last year and has since placed more restrictions on women, limiting their access to education and dictating how they must dress in public.
THE BROTHER of a man killed by a police car said he will not stop protesting until he gets "justice".
This correspondent asks is anyone can shed light on the history of his trophy.
The six-part series, which charts the rise of the punk band, will premiere on May 31.
The Independent Review of Children’s Social Care is calling for a ‘radical reset’ to improve the lives of children in care and their families.
Shares are mixed in Asia in cautious trading after Wall Street rumbled to the edge of a bear market on Friday
The BBC is “open-minded” about becoming a subscription service, its director general and chairman both said on Monday, as they acknowledged that the corporation faces an “existential question”.
The monarch was given a running commentary of the many gardens she stopped to view by the president of the Royal Horticultural Society.
A “very strong line of thunderstorms” caused four deaths, several injuries, and power outages for more than 350,000 customers after hitting Ontario on May 21, according to Environment Canada and Hydro One.Footage recorded by @KristiGraham40 shows a fallen tree and a damaged fence on Hepbourne Street in Toronto on Saturday.Local media reported that three of the four deaths were in or around Toronto.Hydro One, the largest electricity provider for the Ontario province, said on Saturday that 351,000 customers were without power following storm damage. Credit: @KristiGraham40 via Storyful
The Royal College of Art’s brutalist new building – by architects Herzog & de Meuron – reflects a shift from art school to science-tech powerhouse. But is a business-facing behemoth what its students really need?