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Video: Grandmother is charged with murdering her autistic son 50 years ago

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Video  /  No Comments

MOST RECENT   Video: ‘We are searching for a body’: Frail grandmother is charged with murdering her young autistic son more than 50 years ago – as police begin digging under her neglected Queensland home  Frail Inala grandmother is charged with murdering her autistic son more than 50 years ago – after boy who was […]

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Winter workouts: Why they are great for your mental health

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Health  /  No Comments

Time to get active this autumn (Picture: Getty Images) It’s cold, wet and windy, and the last thing you want to do is head outside for a workout. However, if you override your excuses and embrace the elements, there are many psychological and physiological benefits to be had when it comes to training outdoors in […]

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UK snow forecast: Temperatures PLUNGE as Atlantic air to sweep over Britain next week

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Science  /  No Comments

TEMPERATURES in the UK are set to drop dramatically by the end of the month as cold winds come in from Canada. See original article

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Elderly woman is charged with murdering her autistic son more than 50 years ago

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  News  /  No Comments

Frail grandmother is charged with murdering her autistic son more than 50 years ago – after boy who was one of 11 siblings disappeared aged three or four Maureen Anne Enright, 76, was arrested in Inala, Brisbane, on Wednesday night Police will allege she murdered her autistic son Peter John Enright 50 years ago Peter was […]

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Chris Evans makes u-turn on last minute abroad trip with wife 'Don’t want to upset anyone’

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Health  /  No Comments

CHRIS EVANS, Virgin Radio breakfast host, was thinking about travelling to Greece for a quick break away with his wife but thought twice to avoid “upsetting anyone” amid the current confusion over coronavirus travel restrictions and local lockdowns. See original article

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Ed Sheeran is auctioning his Lego and ‘Perfect’ lyrics for charity

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Entertainment  /  No Comments

Lego and lyrics are among Ed Sheeran’s personal items donated to the charity auction (embargoed) Ed Sheeran’s having a clear out—and one lucky fan could be the new owner of his prized childhood Lego collection. The charitable 29-year-old singer is finally letting go of the blocks, and a few other personal items, for a worthy […]

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40 Mantis Shrimp Facts That Will Strike You With Awe

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Science  /  No Comments

Packing a serious punch, mantis shrimps or stomatopods are the definition of “small but terrible”. Sounds impossible for one to create underwater shock waves with your fists, but mantis shrimps know it all too well. These crustaceans are notorious for dealing the most powerful strike in the animal kingdom—all while sporting a colorful and elegant […]

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Yes, your second stimulus check could be bigger than the first. Here’s how

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Technology  /  No Comments

Would the amount of your stimulus check go up or down in the second round, or stay the same? Here’s what we know and how it could change. Angela Lang/CNET Negotiations to pass a new economic stimulus package — or at least a second stimulus check of up to $1,200 per person — are inching forward, though […]

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Celtic fans coin in thousands for Foundation in virtual golf tournament

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Sports  /  No Comments

KIND-HEARTED football fans have netted a bumper cash boost for charity by taking to the virtual golf course.  Celtic supporters coined in cash for the East End team’s Foundation in an online tournament, arranged when the club’s annual Golf Day was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Instead of Renfrew Golf Club, fans took to […]

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Lit the Ban: Glasgow refugees call to overturn Home Office ban on working

By   /  October 22, 2020  /  Health  /  No Comments

GLASGOW’S refugee community has added its voice to a growing campaign to overturn a rule stopping asylum seekers and refugees from working. For the past two years a coalition of UK charities has been working to reverse the Government ban. Yesterday, as a 180,000-signature petition was handed in at the Home Officer in London, a […]

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