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World

Hail and thunderstorms to hit parts of UK as heatwave continues for the South East

Hail and thunderstorms are due to hit parts of the UK over the weekend as the warm weather meets more unstable conditions.

MotoGP

Rossi says Austin track condition a "disaster"

Following complaints of severe bumps by riders last year, the Austin venue used diamond-grinder trucks to try and smooth out the track ahead of this year's MotoGP round.However, the consensus among riders has been that these efforts have failed, with the

Celebrity

Dale Winton took 'slimming pills and didn’t sleep for days' in tragic weight loss battle

DALE Winton took slimming pills and prescription medication in a desperate bid to lose weight before his death.

United Kingdom

Cornelly United: Games to go ahead 'for our injured lads'

A football club's matches will go ahead days after players were hit by a car following a game.

Finance

Goldman Sachs' top oil gurus lay out a completely different take than Trump has on where prices should be

President Donald Trump lashed out at OPEC on Friday, tweeting that oil prices were "artificially very high" after oil rose to a three-year high on Thursday. Saudi Arabia is said to be targeting $80 a barrel. In a note, commodity strategists at Goldman Sac

Business

For Wintry Michigan High School, Hosting Track Meet Is Snow Problem

Sorry for the pun, but I have some pretty cool (no pun intended) photos of a "snow track" meet with events such as drift high jumping.

United States

New York City Mayor Plans To Ban Cars On Central Park

According to a Daily News report on Friday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to ban cars in Central Park from June.

Business

South Korea will consider injecting funds into GM Korea for investment: Yonhap

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's government will consider injecting fresh funds into the loss-making South Korean unit of General Motors Co , the Yonhap news agency reported on Saturday, citing the finance minister.

World

19-year-old suspected gunman apologizes after opening fire at Florida high school, injuring 1 person

Doug Engle/Ocala Star-Banner via AP A 19-year-old former student is suspected of opening fire at a high school in Florida. The suspect reportedly carried a shotgun in a guitar case. The suspect fired at a closed classroom door, dropped the weapon, and ra

Technology

Justice Department opens investigation into wireless carriers

The U.S. Justice Department is probing the major national wireless carriers and an industry group over possible coordination to make it harder for customers to switch carriers.

Cars

Nissan announce it will cut hundreds of jobs Sunderland plant

NISSAN has announced it will cut hundreds of jobs at its Sunderland car plant. The Japanese firm said the layoffs relate to a lack of demand for its diesel cars and a switch in production to newer models. Leaf, Juke and Qashqai models are built at the nor

World

Magaluf cops ban Brit pub crawl promising open bar and bucking bronco after 90-strong group descends on strip

The organised group - led by two guides from Ireland - was visiting its second pub in the Punta Ballena area of the city when police intervened

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