UK's Cameron meets EU leaders on referendum reform pushLondon (AFP) - Prime Minister David Cameron starts a whirlwind two-day tour of European capitals including Paris and Berlin Thursday in a push to secure EU reforms before a referendum on whether Britain should leave.Cameron will meet the Netherlands' Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the Hague Thursday b
Pentagon Accidentally Sent Anthrax to US Labs, Overseas BaseOver two dozen people are undergoing precautionary treatment for anthrax after the U.S. military accidently shipped live samples of the deadly bacteria to civilian commercial labs in nine states and a military lab in South Korea. Officials say four laboratory workers in the United States, along
WMNDavidWells published WMN in Nepal - the daunting task of rebuilding a nation reduced...In his latest report from the frontline of a humanitarian disaster relief mission with Cornwall-based charity ShelterBox, WMN journalist David Wells meets young and old members of a community in a remote mountain village battling to rebuild their lives in the wake of the earthquake in NepalA timber
WMNJBayley published 'Ban' on mankinis cuts crime and boosts tourism in NewquayNewquay's decision to "ban" mankinis from public areas has helped reduce anti-social behaviour and resulted in a boom for the local tourist economy, police and community leaders have said. Officers in the Cornish town said a "robust" attitude to inappropriate behaviour in public has helped shed i
WMNJBayley published Pressure on Sepp Blatter to resign in wake of FIFA scandalFifa president Sepp Blatter has come under renewed pressure to resign before tomorrow's planned leadership election after the darkest day in its scandal-strewn history ended with a slew of senior officials being arrested on suspicion of corruption. Football Association chairman Greg Dyke last night
WMNJBayley published New chicken bug details to be publishedThe latest rates of campylobacter contamination of fresh shop-bought chickens will be published today by the Food Standards Agency (FSA). In February, the FSA reported that contamination had increased since November, with every major retailer failing to meet targets to reduce the bug. The FSA said
WMNJBayley published Today's latest news headlinesPressure on Blatter to step down Fifa president Sepp Blatter has come under renewed pressure to resign before tomorrow's planned leadership election after the darkest day in its scandal-strewn history ended with a slew of senior officials being arrested on suspicion of corruption. Football Assoc
WMNOVergnault published FIFA faces lucrative World Cup sponsorship collapse amid...The football governing body Fifa is facing the collapse of lucrative World Cup sponsorship deals following the darkest day in its history which saw senior officials arrested on suspicion of "rampant" corruption. Visa threatened to break off its contract while other global brands such a
WMNdellis published REVIEW: Barnum, Theatre Royal, PlymouthRoll up! Roll up! Watch one man as he sings, dances, turns flames into a red rose, and juggles the love of his life with his fascination for another woman! Yes folks, it's "the greatest show on earth" - the story of showman Phineas Taylor Barnum who introduced the American public to the oldest woma
VIDEO: Miranda Hart: 'Can I just be an actress?'Miranda Hart and Melissa McCarthy talk to BBC Breakfast about their new film Spy, and being a woman in Hollywood.
'Danger' over future of S4C fundingThere is a real danger that S4C's funding will be shrunk by the Conservative government, a Labour MP warns.
Kingfisher lifted by revamp progressThe FTSE 100 opens lower, but shares in B&Q owner Kingfisher rise after it says it is proceeding with its revamp plan "at pace".
Children's favourite words revealedGran and wee are among Scottish children's most popular words, according to analysis of entries to a short story competition.
VIDEO: Palestine wants Israel football banThe Palestinian Football Association is asking Fifa to suspend Israel from world football, just as it once suspended apartheid South Africa and Slobodan Milosevic's Yugoslavia.
Methodist Church apologises for abuseThe UK's Methodist Church is to make a public apology after an investigation uncovered nearly 2,000 reported cases of abuse involving ministers, staff and members.
Growth in Philippines slows sharplyGrowth in the Philippine economy slowed in the first quarter of the year to its lowest annual pace since 2011.
Rinehart loses family trust battleAustralia's richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart, loses control of the family trust to her daughter, after a long running legal battle.
Government's $1.5 billion roll on the doleMR Morrison told reporters in Canberra today that “choosing welfare is not the career we want for” young people.
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Carmody cans speech, wife in hospitalUPDATE: CHIEF Justice Tim Carmody has cancelled a much-anticipated speech at Hamilton Island following his wife Robyn being admitted to hospital.
Ukraine in plight after one year of pro-Western governanceTrade unions in Ukraine have held a protest rally against what they call poor living standards in the country. The organizers say it is the first wake-up call for the government to stop austerity measures. Protesters threaten to hold more massive demonstrations if their demands are not met.
Warriors through to NBA FinalsTHE Golden State Warriors are through to the NBA Finals, after defeating the Houston Rockets to claim the Western Conference title.
Train passenger foils bag snatcherA TRAIN commuter caught up in a struggle with a would-be bag snatcher believes the intervention of a mystery good Samaritan saved her from serious harm.
Evil Adrian Bayley will rot in jail for 43 yearsUPDATE: ADRIAN Bayley will likely die in prison after being told he must now spend 43 years in jail for rapes and murder before becoming eligible for parole.
What does your car say about you?Features 28 May, 2015 We use YouGov's Profiler tool to see if associations people make with certain car brands are fair
Conservative candidate Santorum throws hat in US presidential ringRick Santorum, a conservative former senator who finished second in the 2012 Republican presidential nomination process, will again seek the presidency, he said Wednesday.Santorum said he offers "a bold vision for America - one that's clear and conservative,...
'No risk' says Pentagon after anthrax errorA US military laboratory based in Utah is under investigation after mistakenly sending live anthrax bacteria to nine commercial labs and an air base in South Korea.
The shipments which were part of a military research project continued for a full year before the error was noticed.
Nebraska abolishes death penaltyNebraska has become the 19th US state to abolish the death penalty in favour of life imprisonment.
At 30 to 19, the vote overrode a veto by the state’s Republican senator.
Previous ballots to retroactively apply the decision were upheld.
Nebraska has not execute