If your kids are excited about the prospect of looking out for Santa this Christmas, there's some good news and some bad news. As you may know, the International Space Station - which orbits Earth at.. Derby Telegraph
According to wildlife conservationists, the world's giraffe population is in sharp decline and could be facing a "silent extinction." On Thursday, the International Union for Conservation of Nature,.. Source: Wochit News -
A plane belonging to Pakistan's national carrier crashed on Wednesday with about 40 passengers and seven crew members on board, police and an airline spokesman said. (Dec. 7) Source: Associated Press -
Rallying for the sixth straight weekend in what has become perhaps South Korea's biggest protest movement ever, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators in Seoul demanded the ouster of President Park.. Source: Associated Press -
Rupert Murdoch's son James was complicit in authorising the deletion of emails when the News of the World hacking scandal emerged, a senior lawyer for alleged victims has claimed in the High Court. MailOnline
The chairman of newspaper publisher Johnston Press is stepping down due to an “acute illness in his family”.
Ian Russell will depart the company, which owns more than 200 local newspapers and.. City A.M.
Some people go through their whole life without finding what they’re passionate about, or only discover it later in life. I’m very fortunate because I found something I was passionate about at a.. City A.M.
Welcome to the home of breaking news in Gloucestershire. We will keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in the police investigation in to the death of Camran Green, dramatic scenes on the.. Stroud Life Also reported by •Gloucestershire Echo •Gloucester Citizen
Shares in aerospace and defence company Rolls-Royce fell today after it named the Daily Mail publisher's Stephen Daintith as its new chief financial officer.
The move comes amid chief executive.. City A.M.
Is there life on other planets, and if so, how will we find it? Those are just some of the questions a group of leading scientists will be attempting to answer this week as they gather in Cambridge... Cambridge News Also reported by •Royston News •Saffron Walden News
Two weeks ago, news broke that the International Monetary Fund had reached a “tentative” agreement with Egyptian officials regarding a $12 billion loan that the Washington-based pool would pay out.. OilPrice.com