September 4, 2021

Plane crash lands into the sea at busy air festival

The 'wingwalking' plane - where somebody is strapped onto the top - has reportedly crashed in Bournemouth
September 4, 2021

Powys animal rescue founder among volunteers who helped transport Pen Farthing’s dogs

Wales Ape & Monkey Sanctuary in Powys collected a number of dogs free of charge
September 4, 2021

Dementia risk increased by three lifestyle choices

One in 14 people over the age of 65 have the debilitating brain condition
September 4, 2021

Access to Universal Credit, pension and other benefits will be lost due to DWP, HMRC and Post Office change

Around 900,000 people across the UK were using service at one point
September 4, 2021

WhatsApp will stop working on millions of phones soon – find out if you’re affected

WHATSAPP will stop working on millions of phones this year. If your phone is on the red list then you'll need to upgrade or lose access to the hugely popular Facebook-owned chat app.
September 4, 2021

Shoppers face Christmas prosecco and wine shortage due to lack of lorry drivers

A leading company said 'ultimately costs will go up'
September 4, 2021

Family leave Pontins holiday on day one after disgusting discovery in room

They said the accommodation at the site looked "more like a prison than a holiday camp"
September 4, 2021

New discovery makes man-eating tiger sharks even more deadly

Scientists now think they can hunt in packs
September 4, 2021

Mother sexually abused her children and urinated in their drinks

A court heard the woman exchanged sick fantasies with paedophiles online and said she needed to marry one
September 4, 2021

M62 arrests after police officer seriously injured in crash

Officers were attempting to stop a vehicle
September 4, 2021

Extinction Rebellion stage naked protest outside banks

'I was terrified to be naked in public, but I am more terrified of climate change'
September 4, 2021

Environment minister tells Britons to stop weeding garden and only mow lawn once a MONTH

GARDENERS have been urged to allow "common weeds" to grow and stop cutting their lawns by an environment minister. The Conservative MP said weeds are simply plants "in the wrong place", and Britons should "open their minds" to what weeds are.