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A HAMPSHIRE woman who selflessly jumped into the sea to save two people from drowning has received a prestigious bravery award.
A small piece of history around this dish…Tournedos Rossini is one of the most famous steak dishes, and was created and named in honour of the Italian composer Gioachino Antonio Rossini by the 19th-century chef Casimir Moissons, one of his close friends. Rossini was a friend, critic and supporter of many of the greatest chefs of his time, and was recognised as a truly knowledgeable gourmet and an equally accomplished cook. Steak, foie gras, truffles and gravy on toast. It was always going to w
‘I was worried for her physical safety that when he turned he might do something that was worse than he ever intended,’ she sobbed
TWO Romanian men were caught trying to enter the UK illegally at Fishguard over the weekend.
A tiny Yorkshire village has raised hundreds for a disability care organisation.
Grubhub customers reported down servers and closed restaurants during free lunch promo on Tuesday
Stephen Doughty says Britain should ‘keep its word’ on Northern Ireland protocol
Hundreds of lanterns were released into the sky by Indonesian Buddhists celebrating Vesak day at the temple of Borobudur for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country. More than a thousand Buddhists from across the archipelago gathered at the largest Buddhist temple in the world, situated in Magelang, Central Java, to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha Siddharta Gautama. ++COMPLETES VIDI32A93F7_EN++
Tiger Woods has outlined the extent of his differences with Phil Mickelson over the “polarising” Saudi-backed events. Mickelson will not defend his US PGA Championship title this week and has not played since February’s Saudi International, days before his explosive comments about the PGA Tour and the potential breakaway circuit were made public. In an interview with the author of a new biography, Mickelson said he was using the threat of a breakaway to “reshape” how the PGA Tour operates, while also accusing them of “obnoxious greed” and acting like a “dictatorship”.
A SOUTHAMPTON school has issued a warning to its staff after a man was seen taking photographs nearby.
Dorset Police have issued a CCTV appeal following two thefts from a Bournemouth supermarket.
However, research showed an embrace with a romantic partner did not have the same effect for men.
The unusual combination of a bright near-full moon and a flash of lightning were captured in the night sky above Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Saturday, May 14.The National Weather Service warned of penny-sized hail and winds of up to 50 mph that evening.This video was recorded by John Haywood, who said he was “loving the show.” Credit: John Haywood via Storyful
The performance will kick-off a series of UK dates for the former Supremes singer, including at Glastonbury
The UK’s largest wood-burning power plant is to trial bioenergy with carbon capture and storage – but will it do enough to cut emissions?
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Joe Buck and Troy Aikman have met their ESPN co-workers for the first time as they prepare to take over in the “Monday Night Football” booth
A wave of new and returning programming has been announced by the broadcaster
The Duke of Cambridge travelled to the United Arab Emirates to deliver condolences on behalf of the Queen and the royal family on the death of the country’s ruler Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The duke paid his respects during a meeting with the federation’s new president and ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Monday. William’s visit to the oil-rich emirate comes as presidents and prime ministers descend on the UAE from around the world.