Construction gets underway in Australia and South Africa of a network of antennas which together will form the world’s largest radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array.
A local beekeeping group has been awarded a £3000 grant from an offshore wind project.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a pedestrian in his 70s died following a crash in Watford.
AN ATTACKER has been found guilty after assaulting a woman and destroying pot plants in Hereford.
Netanyahu says Trump’s dinner with West and white supremacist Nick Fuentes was ‘not merely unacceptable, it’s just wrong’
A MILLION-pound lottery prize won on a ticket bought just over the Herefordshire border has been claimed.
THE LibDems have told the SNP and Scottish Greens they “won’t play their game”, as the pro-independence parties seek to make the next election a de facto referendum on independence.
AN electric off-road vehicle intended to go anywhere is set to become the first car to be mass-produced in Scotland for 40 years.
Harry has spoken of the "pain and suffering" of women marrying into the Royal Family in a new trailer for his much-anticipated docuseries with wife Meghan - and told how only he and his wife know "the full truth" about their story. Netflix released its second trailer for the Sussexes' series on Monday, confirming the show will debut later this week. Shots of his mother, Princess Diana, are also shown in the clip.
Letitia Wright has wowed the world again in the latest Black Panther film and says at The British Independant Film Awards that she had to "a lot of lying" in order to get through Wakanda Forever. .
Russia confirms blasts at military facilities as Kyiv finds way to target long-range bombers
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) published the latest figures on Tuesday.
Famous faces in including Tilda Swinton, Florence Pugh and Stormzy hit the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Monday.
An award-winning Ukrainian cartoonist has told FRANCE 24 that he draws his cartoons to fight against the propaganda of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The work of Vladimir Kazanevsky is currently on display at the cultural centre of the Ukrainian embassy in Paris. He was forced to leave Ukraine when the war broke out, so he uses his talent to do what he can for the war effort. Kazanevsky is also in Paris to take part in a roundtable discussion on freedom of the press in times of war, alongside FRANCE 24 reporter Elena Volochine. He joined us for Perspective. The exhibition is showing at the cultural centre of the Ukrainian embassy in Paris until December 18.The roundtable discussion is being held at the Fondation Jean Jaurès in Paris on Tuesday December 6 at 7pm. The event is organised by the Cartooning for Peace network, of which Kazanevsky is a member.Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:In occupied Kherson, ‘the Russians were destroying all books in Ukrainian’Occupied Ukraine: Inside the horror of Russia's parallel realityCountering Russian narratives and documenting war crimes in Ukraine
Grocery inflation eased for the first time in 21 months in November, according to data, but the cost of a traditional Christmas dinner will still be around 9% up on 2021. Kantar Worldpanel said its main grocery inflation figures offered a hint of hope ahead as the annual rate softened to 14.6% last month from a record 14.7% in October. The cost of producing and transporting goods has also risen sharply because of record energy and fuel prices.
The 57-year-old actor has long been open about his struggles with drug addiction but has turned his life around and is one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors
A couple’s first Christmas tree which they planted in their garden 44 years ago and now stands 50ft high is the only bright landmark in one of Britain’s darkest villages.
Weather forecasters have predicted the chance of snow in Watford this week along with longer-range guidance up to Christmas.
Six children in the UK have died of Strep A. It’s a type of bacteria found in the throat or on the skin. The infection usually causes mild or even no symptoms, but it can be deadly. .
Amber Heard has filed an appeal against her ex-husband Johnny Depp's US libel lawsuit win. Following a trial lasting several weeks earlier in the year, a jury in Virginia found in favour of Depp, ruling that a 2018 Washington Post article written by Heard was defamatory. The actor was awarded $15m (£12m) by the court - comprising $10m (£8m) compensatory damages and a further $5m (£4m) in punitive damages - but the judge capped the punitive damages in accordance with legal limits, resulting in a total of $10.35m (around £8.5m).