World’s biggest plant found off Australian coast
World’s biggest plant found off Australian coast
Reports of parties in properties plummeted by 44 per cent worldwide after ban was first imposed in August 2020
A RANGERS fan was cleared of trying to set alight the flag of a Welsh team to provoke opposition fans.
The socialite is facing 55 years in prison when she is sentenced on Tuesday
Survivors of yesterday's missile strike on a shopping centre in central Ukraine have described to ITV News how they crawled through flames to safety. At least 20 others did not make it out alive. That figure could more than double. Over 30 people are still missing. For one mother whose daughter has disappeared without trace, the not knowing is unbearable. Russia insists it was targetting a nearby store of weapons and ammunition in Kremenchuk - not the shopping centre.
This Extinction Rebellion activist was removed after living in a tree for two days to prevent its felling. The protester had camped in a hammock 50ft from the ground to protect a 600-year-old oak tree that stood near Peterborough, Cambs. According to the Peterborough City Council, the tree was felled on Wednesday 29 June because its roots were causing structural damage to nearby houses.
Jon Voight calls for impeachment of Joe Biden
A multinational task force designed to seize Russian oligarchs' wealth has blocked and frozen 30 billion US dollars (£25 billion) in sanctioned individuals' property and funds in its first 100 days in operation, it has been reported.
Music Box Session #66: Quarry
The report into domestic abuse cases involving serving police officers found ‘not all forces are treating these cases with the gravity they deserve’.
George Ezra reveals his upbeat hit 'Green Green Grass' was inspired by a funeral, ITV
Dame Deborah James had a “special gift” which allowed her to have “difficult conversations” with the public that would ultimately save “countless lives”, a charity boss has said. The podcaster, who died on Tuesday, became a patron for Bowel Cancer UK following her diagnosis in 2016 and worked to raise money for and awareness of the charity. Its chief executive Genevieve Edwards told the PA news agency her legacy would live on through her campaigning work.
The South Bank Sky Arts Awards celebrate a variety of artistic genres and will take place in July.
The former 90s superstar was branded ‘the pied piper of R&B’ as he came face to face with several of his victims.
Survivors and relatives of the victims of the November 2015 terror attacks responded to Wednesday's guilty verdicts with a mixture of emotions, mostly relief.
Climate protesters have glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and spray-painted their logo on the walls and floor of the building.
On June 28, Iran and the United States began indirect nuclear talks in Qatar.
A resident expressed concerns for the local elderly and disabled people who habitually use the park.
BERLIN (Reuters) -German unemployment rose in June, Labour Office figures showed on Thursday, as Ukrainian refugees are registering with the office in search of work. The Federal Labour Office said the number of people out of work grew by 133,000 in seasonally adjusted terms to 2.417 million. "The labour market overall remains stable," said the head of the labour office, Detlef Scheele.
Women who question transgender ideology have been branded ‘farts’ as part of equalities training offered to civil servants in Nicola Sturgeon’s Government, it has emerged.
Britain’s Funniest Class have wowed the nation by appearing overnight on a giant billboard in Hitchin today, celebrating their crowning as the nation’s funniest school class. Voyager year 5 class from Whitehill Junior School crowned the nation’s funniest with “What do you call a class of children who eat potatoes using their toes?! The Mash Street Kids!” joke. Beano unveiled the giant billboard, which appears to have been pasted up by Voyager year 5 class themselves. The incredible artwork features the winning class in comic form with their winning joke, which also appears in the iconic comic out today. This year is the first time that the winning class and joke have been immortalised out in public. The Beano billboard aims to give the country a much-needed smile ahead of schools breaking up for the summer holidays. The competition was fierce this year with hilarious jokes coming in from across the nation and receiving over 190,000 votes by the public, but it was Whitehill Junior School that snatched the top spot. The nationwide initiative, now in its fourth year, is created in partnership with YoungMinds, the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people’s mental health. It aims to lift classroom spirits and help build resilience, whilst inspiring the next generation of comedy geniuses through joke-writing lessons. Contributors: Danny Pearson – Beano Writer Benny Kelsall - Pupil at Whitehill Junior School