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As I arrived in one of Northumbria's small rural villages I met 94-year-old Geoffrey Barkes. As we are talking his wife Rosemary arrives home. The two have stayed put in a house with no electricity because they don't want to stay in an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar beds.
A space station on the Moon could be built out of lunar concrete.
Kim Petras has opened up about being seen as a “joke” in her home country of Germany, and dismissed by the US music industry.
Exclusive: at least 16 notices issued to prevent future deaths after inquests highlight care failures
The Metropolitan Police is considering complaints submitted by two Labour MPs.
Remaining contestants will spend almost one more week in the castle
It's time to finally settle the argument.
Peter Jackson spent four years editing down 60 hours of unseen footage into the new three-part documentary series. Was it worth the wait?
Hilarious video from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport shows the bizarre moment a bag rolled across the tarmac for almost a minute on a windy November day.
The world’s first plant-based Covid vaccine has shown strong protection against the virus in clinical trials and has been sent to regulators for authorisation across the world, its creators have announced. Medicago, based in Quebec City, on Tuesday confirmed that its two-dose vaccine was 71 per cent effective against the disease in a late-stage study and that no serious safety issues were detected. The company said its vaccine was effective against the Delta variant but results did not include the Omicron variant, which was not circulating at the time of the study period.
The move comes after a statue of the 17th century merchant was toppled during a Black Lives Matter protest last year
IMAGES Une vidéo filmée avec un téléphone montre un char ougandais et des véhicules transportant des troupes dans la ville frontalière de Nobili, en République démocratique du Congo. Les troupes ougandaises sont déployées dans l'est de la RDC dans le cadre d'une opération lancée en coopération avec Kinshasa contre le groupe rebelle ADF.
Several houses were burned in a fire in a residential area of Tokyo’s Koto-ku ward early in the morning on Monday, December 6, according to local news reports.Local media citing the Metropolitan Police Department reported a man, who appeared to be a resident, claimed that he had “ignited his house”.This footage filmed by Twitter user @mitsu616 shows smoke rising from nearby flames. Credit: @mitsu616 via Storyful
Melina has written a length opinion piece in which he criticises studios for still hiring Mel Gibson
‘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
Return to Hogwarts: Harry Potter 20th Anniversary HBO special trailer released
Former England and Yorkshire fast bowler Darren Gough has been appointed as the managing director of cricket for Yorkshire CCC on an interim basis. Gough, who captained the county, will remain in the role until the end of the 2022 season after the club's entire coaching staff left in the wake of the Azeem Rafiq racism scandal. "Like many, I have followed how the club handled the recent racism allegations with sadness and anger," Gough, who retired in 2008, said.
A second woman who claims Ghislaine Maxwell groomed her for abuse by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein while she was a teenager took the witness stand in the British socialite’s sex trafficking trial on Monday. The woman, who is testifying under the pseudonym Kate, is the second of four women named in a 2021 indictment against Maxwell. Kate said she was 17 when she met Maxwell for tea at her London townhouse in 1994.
Our Wee Place has been commissioned by the Northern Ireland Office and will be delivered to schools, Sure Start centres and libraries.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lambasts the government for not acting quickly enough to bring in pre-departure Covid tests, saying "as ever they are behind the curve". He points out he "called upon" the government to do this last week and they delayed "as they always do".