An inquest heard Yeovil Town captain Lee Collins also had drugs and alcohol in his system.
Inter Milan say Christian Eriksen is in excellent mental and physical shape after his first visit to their training ground since his cardiac arrest.
Arsenal's Bukayo Saka is left speechless after receiving thousands of letters of support after Euro 2020.
After making history by becoming Great Britain's youngest ever Olympic medal winner, skateboarder Sky Brown is already plotting her next move.
Canada's Andre de Grasse finishes fast to overhaul world champion Noah Lyles and win the Olympic 200m title.
Watch the best tricks from the first ever women's park including action from GB's bronze medallist Sky Brown.
Passengers and crew were taken hostage by Iraq when the flight landed in Kuwait in 1990.
The doorstep lender's borrowers can claim partial compensation for mis-sold loans after court ruling.
Manchester City are closing in on the £100m signing of Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish.
The unseen images of the city's first Gay Pride march are being displayed at an exhibition.
Aston Villa talisman Jack Grealish looks set to join Manchester City for a Premier League record £100million fee
Riley, who was taken in by Raven's Rescue, is finally starting to trust humans again after a traumatic start to his life
Police said a 43-year-old man died from injuries sustained in a collision with an HGV on Bristol Road South, Longbridge
Three ambulances were sent to the two crashes, which happened within ten minutes in West Bromwich
Birmingham City kick-off the new Championship campaign on Saturday with optimism growing inside Lee Bowyer's squad
Birmingham Dogs Home is trying to raise £100,000 towards a new veterinary clinic
John Lee, 20, falsely imprisoned his 17-year-old victim in Ebbw Vale on February 3 over a drugs dispute
The Villa captain looks set to leave the club in what will be a British transfer record.
With Worcestershire's very own Oobah Butler presenting the UK Catfish MTV series currently, a study has shone light on just how common the sick dating trend is.
A summer fete will be held with fundraising in mind on August 30
The Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea on the 29th of May will take place in Porto with 6,000 fans from each club in attendance The Champions League game has now been moved from Turkey to the Portuguese city of Porto as a result of coronavirus restrictions. Portugal is on England’s green list […] The post Champions League final moved to Porto, with 12,000 fans in attendance appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The families of those killed at Ballymurphy “should never have had to experience the grief and trauma of that loss”, the Northern Ireland secretary says The UK government has said that it is “truly sorry” for the events at Ballymurphy in Northern Ireland in 1971 , when 10 innocent people were killed during the Troubles. […] The post UK ‘truly sorry’ for events in N. Ireland where 10 innocents were killed appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Environmental conservationists have expressed their “anger” after a beached whale has been found with 16kg of plastic waste inside its stomach The cetacean, which was a female Cuvier’s beaked whale measuring just over 5 meters in length, washed up on a beach in Messanges within south-west France, which is on the Atlantic coast, with 16kg […] The post Dead Whale Found in France With 16kg of Plastic Waste Inside Stomach appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The death toll in Gaza rose to 69 Palestinians by Thursday morning, including 16 children and six women, according to the territory’s health ministry Israeli air strikes have killed a string of senior Hamas military figures and pounded three multi-storey buildings in the Gaza Strip as militants launched barrages of rockets during another night of […] The post Israel intensifies air strikes in Gaza and Hamas launches rockets appeared first on Breaking News Today.
An independent public inquiry into the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic will be held in the spring of 2022, Boris Johnson told MPs Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the government was “fully committed to learning the lessons at every stage of this crisis” with a public inquiry. The inquiry will place “the state’s actions […] The post COVID-19 public inquiry to be held in spring 2022 appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Microchipping pet cats will become compulsory under a new set of wide-ranging animal welfare plans George Eustice, the UK’s Environment Secretary told the BBC that the policy for cats would be monitored by vets and enforced in the same way that it is for dogs, which he said has led to over 90% compliance. These […] The post Microchipping cats made compulsory under new UK animal care plan appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Nick Bailey has begun action over the trauma he continues to suffer three years after being exposed to the novichok nerve agent Nick Bailey spent 17 days in a hospital and retired from Wiltshire police in October of 2020, saying that the impact of the nerve agent meant that he could no longer do his […] The post Officer poisoned in nerve agent attack sues Wiltshire police appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Boris Johnson says he is urging Israel and Palestine to “step back from the brink and for both sides to show restraint” following growing violence It comes after the UN warned has Israel on the brink of “full scale war,” after escalating violence in the region claimed at least 35 lives. Hamas fired around 130 […] The post Johnson urges Israel and Palestine to ‘step back from the brink’ of war appeared first on Breaking News Today.
A priest, as well as a mother-of-eight were among those who were shot dead at Ballymurphy, in west Belfast, during a British Army operation in 1971 Ten people who were shot dead at Ballymurphy, in west Belfast, back in 1971 were innocent, and they were killed without justification, a coroner in the inquest has now […] The post Ballymurphy inquest finds 10 innocent people killed without justification appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Fred West, one of Britain’s most prolific serial killers, had committed at least twelve murders between 1967 and 1987 in Gloucestershire Police are searching a café in Gloucester in connection with the disappearance of a teenage girl who was suspected of having been murdered by the notorious serial killer Fred West. Mary Bastholm had vanished back in […] The post Police search for body of teenager feared to be a victim of Fred West appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The plane has issued what seemed to be an 'emergency' signal over Stansted Airport.
Cambridge-based firm Arm Holdings is the subject of a $40 billion takeover bid from American company Nvidia
Lauren Black is an Instagram influencer recovering from anorexia
There has been a gas leak on a residential street.
He stole her purse containing £300 in cash and smashed the screen of a tablet
Peterborough, Cambridge, Huntingdon and more areas across the county will be hit by thunder and lightning
The bridge has reopened to traffic after a year of closure.
How to obtain a 25% discount and other ways to save money when booking for Short, Mid, Long Stay and Meet & Greet
The vaccine roll out to 16 and 17-year olds is expected ‘imminently’.
The 'pingdemic' in Cambridgeshire has affected over 9,000 people
Residents and elected representatives have welcomed the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) announcement of an upgrade in traffic management measures at Craigahulliar Road and Ballymacrea Road, on the outskirts of Portrush.
Despite buying 10 million new and used cars every year, 60 per cent of Brits see their motor as nothing more than a ‘white good’ to get them from A to B.
Causeway Coast & Glens Council will celebrate Emergency Services Day on September 9 and pay tribute to the millions of people who work and volunteer across the NHS and emergency services.
An exciting new project being delivered by Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) seeks to improve accessibility for those of all abilities across our outstanding local landscapes.
Olly Murs has been taken to hospital after injuring his leg in an onstage accident at his Newmarket gig.
Members of The Base in Coleraine have enjoyed a visit from one of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Environmental Resources team for a conversation around litter, waste and recycling.
Portstewart based marketing automation software company, Zymplify is investing £1.5 million in its business and plans to create 26 jobs.
From the News Letter, August 4, 1933
Great Britain’s Hannah Mills has become the most successful female Olympic sailor in history after she won gold with Eilidh McIntyre in the women’s 470 class in Tokyo.
A Garvagh woman who wanted to “do something stupid before I kick the bucket” has just completed a skydive in aid of Guide Dogs Northern Ireland!
DELAYS are building on a Hampshire motorway after a crash blocked a lane.
The Princess Royal jokingly asked Saints Legend Franny Benali “have you run here today?” after she awarded the Cancer Research UK supporter an MBE for raising £1.2 million.
TWO men have been arrested following a theft from a van in Hedge End.
POLICE have issued a dispersal order after reports of anti-social behaviour being committed in an area of Winchester city centre.
A MISSING teenager has been found more than a week after he went missing.
A LANDOWNER has been fined £2,000 for illegally cutting down protected trees in the New Forest.
PICTURES have been released of a man police would like to speak to after a race and knife incident at a Southampton KFC.
SAINTS have unveiled their new away kit for the 2021-22 campaign.
THE daughter of a woman who suffered life-threatening injuries after her mother's car left the M3 has paid tribute to those who saved her.
SAINTS youngster Will Ferry expressed his desire to stand out during his time on loan at Crawley Town, insisting: I don't just want to be another player.
Shaun Ramsay was treated to a special day out at the Scottish Ambulance Service's SORT base on Saturday as a reward for his brave actions when his epileptic mum suffered at seizure in December.
Don't miss tomorrow's Courier for more on drugs deaths crisis
Heavy showers are expected across much of Scotland this week.
Nathan Garthwaite reacted badly to the end of his five-year relationship.
John Scott took on Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowden in one day to help to raise cash for children in hospital
The underwater world, named Doggerland, connected Northern Scotland and Europe and was believed to have home to tens of thousands of people before it disappeared forever.
John Taylor's body was discovered at his home address in East Shaw Street on Tuesday.
The family of missing man Mark Russell have been told of the find
Parents from Us For Them Scotland say the move means children will now be in masks more than almost any other group in society.
Specialist cops estimate the total value of the drugs was around £81,000
Two men have been charged following separate incidents on Monday
The footprints could be seen leading out towards the river
James Bacon takes a wander around the town centre
Josh from Scunthorpe hopes the town will get behind him
Pet gerbil and baby chick among the first to be cremated at new pet crematorium in Grimsby
The director is looking for local actors as cameras roll in Grimsby within a month
North East Lincolnshire has historically been much higher
Gates are likely to be reinstalled before it is legally reopened to the public
Friends have helped them thank Scunthorpe General Hospital in a very special way