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Sarah Harding reflects on time in Big Brother
Sarah Harding reflects on time in Big Brother
More than half of Australia's adult population were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday, authorities said, as they step up inoculations in hopes of easing restrictions while cases linger near daily record levels in Victoria. Australia is grappling with a third wave of infections from the highly infectious Delta variant that has led to lockdowns in its two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, and the capital, Canberra, affecting nearly half the country's 25 million people. These tough curbs and a decision to shut construction sites for two weeks over the rapid spread of the virus among workers triggered anti-lockdown protests in Melbourne, Australia's second-largest city, during the week.
Sinead Richards died aged 31 after initially being seen as 'too young' to have breast cancer.
Holidaymakers celebrated as the new rules for travelling were unveiled in the latest review. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps delighted travellers with his announcement on Twitter on Friday. The announcement included details about the Amber list being written off, eight countries being removed from the Red list and there has been a change to the ways travellers will test for Covid.
Around two million workers stand to benefit from the new bill, which would see them receiving 100 per cent of the service charge
Images show a man walking in Pegler Square, Kidbrooke, on the evening Sabina was attacked.
Panic ensued among locals in a village of Jhargram after a wild elephant strayed onto a playground at night time. The footage features frightened onlookers who can be heard screaming and trying to chase the jumbo. The elephants in the region are known for straying off their corridors to look for food. They often emerge in the residential areas, making the locals familiar with such incidents.
BP said a ‘handful’ of its filling stations are closed due to delivery issues.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps urged people to carry on as normal despite fears of petrol shortages due to a lack of HGV drivers.
The La Palma house is owned by an elderly Danish couple in their eighties
The cost of gas and electricity has soared in countries across Europe, and prices are expected to continue climbing as temperatures fall in the coming months. A limited supply of natural gas and higher demand have pushed up prices for power companies, industry and consumers. James Waddell from research consultancy Energy Aspects tells FRANCE 24 how long the crisis is set to last, and how it might be resolved.
In a letter to a parliamentary committee that issued a report in July related to Greensill's collapse, released on Friday by the same committee, Sunak said he had accepted its call for reform of the mechanism used by Greensill, known as the "appointed representatives regime". Sunak said in the letter, first reported by the Financial Times, that the Treasury had already started to review the regime, including legislative reforms to strengthen the oversight of appointed representatives to prevent opportunities for abuse of the system.
Not even the most remote place on Earth has been spared from man-made damage. Here’s how we can protect Antarctica and why it’s important to act now. View on euronews
Climate-change activists have blocked the Port of Dover after a series of controversial protests on the M25 motorway.
Deveraux Cannick makes bizarre remarks as part of his closing arguments to prove the singer’s innocence against many charges
While fighting between the neighbouring countries lasted from 1950 until 1953, no peace treaty was ever signed, leaving the nations technically still at war. In a speech at the UN General Assembly earlier this week, South Korean President Moon Jae In reiterated his calls for an end-of-the-war declaration that he said could help achieve denuclearisation and lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Labour is clear-eyed about the problems Britain faces but unlike the Conservatives we are determined to face up to them and seize the opportunities of the future
The two candidates running neck-and-neck to replace Angela Merkel as German chancellor called for a stronger European Union on Thursday, in a final TV debate that did little to shake up a race expected to end in lengthy coalition negotiations. With days to go before the general election on Sunday that will see Merkel step aside after 16 years in power, her conservative CDU-CSU alliance is playing catch-up with the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) in the polls, narrowing the gap to just two per
The filmmaker was also responsible for films such as Morning Glory and Enduring Love.
Unaids has set a global target for 95% of people living with HIV to know their HIV status by 2030.
Climate crisis: do we need millions of machines sucking CO2 from the air?From turning CO2 into rock to capturing the breath of office workers, a growing number of companies think the answer is yes The Canadian firm Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant pellet reactor and associated equipment. Photograph: Carbon Engineering