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YORK’S MPs are backing our Your Money Matters campaign - to help you overcome the surge in the cost of living.
The celebrity chef has upset residents by cutting down a wildflower meadow at his Oxfordshire restaurant.
The active compound in magic mushrooms seems to increase connections between different brain networks.
Ed Sheeran and Dave have been honoured at The Ivors during a ceremony that also featured a surprise appearance from superstar Shakira. Geordie singer-songwriter Sam Fender won his first Ivor Novello at the ceremony for best song musically and lyrically for his classic rock-inspired track Seventeen Going Under - which was penned about his teenage years in North Shields and the troubles his family faced.
A CRAZY golf venue on Brighton seafront has been granted a licence to serve cocktails on its new roof terrace.
Cautionary tales as a Gloucester couple celebrate their record-breaking £184m win
USA -based Marian Sarkisian, 29, honed her cake making skills on a week-long “basics” course in Britain where she says the best bakers originate
A father was murdered as he walked home after a gang of seven teenagers joked with him that he looked like one of Ant and Dec, a court has heard.
The footballer’s wife suffered ‘very serious harm to her reputation’ as a result of a social media post by Coleen Rooney, her lawyer said.
Stand mixers take the back-breaking work out of baking
Japanese man blows town’s Covid relief fund after it appeared in his account. Money should have gone to 463 low-income households but man received it all and commenced online casino spree
The remains of an American airman missing in World War II may be heading home, thanks to a chance discovery of records in flood-threatened archives in Thailand
Prince Charles and Camilla take a tour of Quidi Vidi Village on the Canadian island of Newfoundland where the Duchess of Cornwall enjoys a 'Royal Sundae' while taking in the stunning surrounds before the pair drop by the local brewery. After a botched first attempt and a little bit of guidance, the Prince of Wales executes a well-poured pint of craft beer and toasts his hosts on his whistle-stop tour of Canada as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. .
A health care professional has raised concerns over patient wait times at York Hospital A&E.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have been told of the profound gratitude of the Ukrainian community for the support of the Queen and Royal family in the face of war with Russia.
Prime Video has revealed that it has invested more than £1 billion into TV, movies and live sport since 2018 and some new content is on its way.
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy's barristers are giving their closing speeches in the final showdown.
Meet three-year-old West – a boy who might just have the best dad in the world, given that he can now ride his own personal dad-built rollercoaster at home in Brighton, Colorado.Adorable footage shows West gearing up to take his first ride, and giggling with his arms up as he zooms around.“That was so fun,” West concludes.West’s father, Scott A Brazelton, told Storyful he came across a video of a retired aerospace engineer who built his grandkids a rollercoaster and reached out to him for help. Brazelton said he built a first rollercoaster for his eldest son Wyatt, and wanted to “be fair to my second son, West, and build him a rollercoaster too.”When Brazelton asked West what he wanted the rollercoaster car to look like, he replied, “A Southwest plane!” Brazelton said.He added: “I’m a pilot at Southwest Airlines and we travel a lot, so that’s where he got that idea from.”Footage of the first rollercoaster Brazelton built went viral on YouTube, reaching over 51 million views. Credit: Scott A. Brazelton via Storyful
The U.S. has gathered intelligence that shows some Russian officials have become concerned that Russian forces in the ravaged port city of Mariupol are carrying out grievous abuses
Six people have been admitted to hospital after a 174 bus crashed into a wall in east London on Wednesday afternoon. The Metropolitan Police said they were called at 1.55pm to reports that a bus had hit a wall on Main Road in Romford. Officers and London Ambulance Service (LAS) attended and 15 people were treated at the scene.