Morrisons and Asda to end coronavirus pandemic discount for NHS workers

NHS workers will no longer receive 10% discount at Morrisons once the scheme ends in January. The supermarket confirmed that the current system will end on January 16. After this date, a new ‘NHS Club’ will give NHS employees “exclusive” offers and rewards. Read more: Full list of discounts available to emergency service workers. A… Continue reading Morrisons and Asda to end coronavirus pandemic discount for NHS workers

Tom Kerridge’s life from child actor to slimmed-down TV chef

Tom Kerridge has recruited 11 like-minded volunteers to join him on a two-month weight loss and fitness challenge for the latest series of Lose Weight and Get Fit. The Michelin-starred chef, who appeared in several small television parts as a child actor, decided to move into the hospitality industry after attending culinary school at the… Continue reading Tom Kerridge’s life from child actor to slimmed-down TV chef

The senseless murder of Joanna Yeates: How violent killer Vincent Tabak was brought to justice

Joanna Yeates was a landscape architect who lived with her boyfriend in their downstairs flat in Bristol. The couple were looking forward to Christmas 2010 – they had even organised to have a party for friends at their home. But first, her partner Greg Reardon went back to his native Yorkshire to visit his family… Continue reading The senseless murder of Joanna Yeates: How violent killer Vincent Tabak was brought to justice

The hottest holiday destinations for 2022 as international travel finally returns

As the UK’s love affair with foreign holidays remains strong, the new year could soon become the busiest for international travel as restrictions ease. ABTA, The Travel Association has found a number of market trends emphasising consumer confidence is back on the rise as we look to make up for lost time. A number of… Continue reading The hottest holiday destinations for 2022 as international travel finally returns

Mum accuses McDonald’s staff of sending her ‘revenge’ burgers laced with salt

A mother was left fuming after claiming she and her family had their food sabotaged with what she described as an excessive level of salt at a McDonald’s restaurant near Gloucester. Samantha Holland, 40, from Kingsway, complained about her family’s burgers when they visited the Hardwicke fast-food restaurant on Friday,December 10. She fears it may… Continue reading Mum accuses McDonald’s staff of sending her ‘revenge’ burgers laced with salt

Bristol school founded by slave trader Edward Colston to change its name

A private school set up more than 300 years ago by Bristol slave trader Edward Colston is to change its name. Leaders at Colston’s School, in Stapleton, Bristol, said the school was now a ‘very different school’ to the one founded by Edward Colston in 1710. It said the events of June 2020, when Black… Continue reading Bristol school founded by slave trader Edward Colston to change its name

Best sexy Halloween costumes ideas and shops for women and men

Halloween is around the corner meaning many people will be thinking about their costumes for the big night. While some may choose to go down the scary route, others may choose to go down the sexy costume path. Either way, it is a night where many adults let loose and gather with friends for an… Continue reading Best sexy Halloween costumes ideas and shops for women and men

Diner racks up massive £37,000 bill at Salt Bae’s new London restaurant

The menu includes an £8500 steak and £9 Coca-Cola, but it is still unbelievable that dines managed to rack up a massive £37,000 bill at Salt Bae’s first UK restaurant. Turkish chef Nusret Gökçe, who became an internet sensation in 2017 when a video of him seasoning steak by theatrically dropping salt from a height… Continue reading Diner racks up massive £37,000 bill at Salt Bae’s new London restaurant

Man robbed of independence by kidney disease that many ‘don’t know they have’

A man fighting Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is urging people with symptoms to get a diagnosis. John Chapman, 56, lives with a number of life-limiting conditions caused by CKD, which was caused by his heart failure. Mr Chapman, who lives in Llantwit Major, needs help with tasks such as shopping and cooking, and can feel… Continue reading Man robbed of independence by kidney disease that many ‘don’t know they have’

Family refused meal at Las Iguanas because they wanted to pay with cash

A family was turned away from a restaurant because they wanted to pay for their meal with cash. Charlotte Bailey Hooper had booked a table online at the Cribbs Causeway branch of Latin American restaurant Las Iguanas in Bristol, but was told when she arrived with her two children they only accepted debit and credit… Continue reading Family refused meal at Las Iguanas because they wanted to pay with cash