Month: September 2020

TV News

Paddy McGuinness admits Top Gear hosts ‘nearly died’ filming dangerous stunt

Paddy McGuinness revealed the Top Gear hosts “nearly died” while attempting the gravity-defying Wall of Death. The former Take Me Out presenter hosts Top Gear alongside Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris. And he opened up on filming the new series, admitting they had attempted the Wall of Death stunt, where people drive within a huge […]

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Royal Dutch Shell
Stock markets

Bank of England’s Haldane blasts ‘Chicken Licken’ pessimism; US payroll growth swells – business live | Business

The simplest explanation for the upside surprises to UK activity over recent months would be that lockdown measures have been released sooner and faster than expected. But the pace of release from lockdown in the UK has in fact been broadly in line with what the Bank had expected in May. The biggest surprise has […]

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When is it, what time does it close and which clubs will be active?

When is transfer deadline day?  Transfer deadline day is on Monday October 5. However, to give clubs more time in the age of coronavirus, they will be able to do domestic transfers up until October 16. This will be for loans or permanent transfers between Premier League and EFL clubs. No transfers can take place between […]

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Councillors ignore pleas and reduce local property tax from 2019 rate

Councillors voted to set the Local Property Tax (LPT) for 2021 at 7.5 percent – a reduction of 2.5 per cent on the base 2020 rate of 10 per cent. he decision was made at a special meeting of Kerry County Council on Monday, where it was passed by 20 votes to 13 after a […]

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Harry Potter
Jason Isaacs
London / Europe

People Who Don’t Wear Masks Should Be in Prison or ‘Hanging in the Streets’

People who refuse to wear masks — or wear them improperly, or “who don’t wear it over their nose” — should be “in stocks, in prison, or hanging in the streets,” according to Star Trek Discover star Jason Isaacs. “I am less annoyed by the people who don’t wear masks, who should be in the stocks […]

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Two girls found safe after Amber Alert issued, investigation ongoing

TORONTO — An Amber Alert has ended after two young girls went missing in Kitchener, Ont.  Waterloo Regional Police tweeted early Tuesday that the children were found safe as a result of the Amber Alert. Police say that one woman has been arrested, and an investigation is ongoing. Waterloo Regional Police tweeted late Monday during […]

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‘The Women Around Him Are Accessories to His Brand’

“I don’t know many undecided people period,” said Egleston, the Charlotte city councilman. “I’ve spoken to thousands of voters this year. None of them were undecided!” said Jackson, the state senator. “I literally don’t know a single person who is undecided,” said Ray McKinnon, a Black pastor, a Democratic National Committee member and a longtime […]

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Coronavirus / COVID-19
Local News
News Videos
Top Stories

Montreal and Quebec City will enter red zone soon, health minister says

Article content continued Dubé didn’t give details on what restrictions an upgrade to “maximum alert” would impose, explaining his department is working on finalizing those details over the coming hours. He did say the priorities would be keeping children in schools, allowing people to work, maintaining a “minimum of commerce” and containing outbreaks and protecting […]

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Swiss voters clearly reject curbs on EU immigration

The Swiss People’s Party (SVP) had forced a binding referendum on the EU agreement in a bid to curb immigration to the country where foreigners make up a quarter of the population. The measure lost by 62%-38% margin. The SVP – the biggest party in parliament – has long pushed to take back control of […]

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CBS’s Margaret Brennan Confronts Trump Aide On FDA Interference: ‘You’re Not A Doctor’

CBS News’ Margaret Brennan on Sunday confronted White House chief of staff Mark Meadows for raising doubts about the Food and Drug Administration’s plan to release stricter coronavirus vaccine guidelines. Last week, Meadows reportedly demanded FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn provide detailed justification for the new guidance, which would make it exceedingly difficult for a vaccine […]

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