Money-saving mum uses YouTube and Pinterest to create stair panelling for just £126

Panelling has become a huge interiors trend recently. And a student nurse has explained how she managed to create the look on her stairs on a budget. Mum-of-two Amy Evans was determined to recreate the gorgeous panelling she had seen on Pinterest, but didn’t want to spend a fortune. Instead, the 31-year-old from Doncaster decided… Continue reading Money-saving mum uses YouTube and Pinterest to create stair panelling for just £126

Emmerdale fans to be scared, shocked and misled during ‘survival week’ – director

Fans of Emmerdale can expect to be “scared”, “shocked” and “hopefully misled” in what will be a week of stunts, drama and possibly even character deaths. Dubbed “survival week” by bosses, the soap will air a number of dramatic episodes as characters embark on an outdoor challenge event from Monday to Friday (October 18 to… Continue reading Emmerdale fans to be scared, shocked and misled during ‘survival week’ – director

I’ll curb European judges’ power to dictate to UK, says Raab

Dominic Raab has given fresh details about how he plans to prevent interference from Europe in British law as part of his overhaul of the Human Rights Act. At the Conservative Party conference earlier this month, the Justice Secretary said Boris Johnson had given him the task of rewriting the law when he moved him… Continue reading I’ll curb European judges’ power to dictate to UK, says Raab

Hundreds honour Sir David Amess at candlelit vigil

Hundreds of people have attended a candlelit vigil in memory of Sir David Amess, the MP stabbed to death while meeting constituents. Crowds carrying lanterns and candles gathered in darkness at Belfairs sports ground in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on Saturday (October 16) to honour Sir David, who was killed the day before. They heard friends and… Continue reading Hundreds honour Sir David Amess at candlelit vigil

Ellis Jenkins injury fears eased as Wales flanker taken off as ‘precaution’ 14 days ahead of New Zealand clash

Cardiff head coach Dai Young has played down fears over Ellis Jenkins’ fitness after the openside was replaced 20 minutes into their United Rugby Championship win over the Sharks on Saturday night. Jenkins was named in Wales autumn squad on Wednesday as he prepares to return to Test rugby for the first time since 2018.… Continue reading Ellis Jenkins injury fears eased as Wales flanker taken off as ‘precaution’ 14 days ahead of New Zealand clash

Strictly Come Dancing scores in full as ‘grumpy’ Craig told off by fellow judges

It’s Saturday which means Strictly Come Dancing is here to brighten up our lives. Sadly Peep Show star Robert Webb pulled out of the contest this week due to health reasons. But the rest of the celebs were back to entertain us for week four. The couples all made Strictly history during last Saturday’s ‘movie… Continue reading Strictly Come Dancing scores in full as ‘grumpy’ Craig told off by fellow judges

Why Ugo Monye and Robert Webb aren’t on Strictly this weekend

Those tuning into Strictly Come Dancing this weekend will quickly notice there’s only 11 couples taking to the Ballroom floor to impress the judges and the voting public. The Strictly line-up is missing two celebrities, Ugo Monye and Robert Webb, and their professional dance partners in week four after one quit the competition and another… Continue reading Why Ugo Monye and Robert Webb aren’t on Strictly this weekend

United Nations withdraw job offer to Matt Hancock

England’s former health secretary Matt Hancock has seen a United Nations job offer withdrawn. Mr Hancock this week announced he had been appointed a special representative to the UN in an unpaid role. The former cabinet minister, who resigned in June after admitting he broke coronavirus restrictions during relations with an aide, said he would… Continue reading United Nations withdraw job offer to Matt Hancock

Man named Harry Potter sells rare first edition of the Philosopher’s Stone for £27,500

A dad-of-three called Harry Potter is celebrating auction success after his rare copy of JK Rowling’s first book sold for a spell-binding £27,500. Harry’s dad David bought the first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 24 years ago because his eight-year-old son’s name was in the title. The hardback copy was one of… Continue reading Man named Harry Potter sells rare first edition of the Philosopher’s Stone for £27,500

Police appeal after sighting of teen who vanished more than a fortnight ago

Police are appealing for information to find a teenager who has been missing for more than two weeks. Iestyn Fullalove, 14, was first reported missing after he was seen in Abergavenny on Thursday, September 30, at around 2pm. Officers from Gwent Police are now re-appealing for information after the teenager was seen again in Abergavenny… Continue reading Police appeal after sighting of teen who vanished more than a fortnight ago