Small Business Saturday: "We're ready for this"
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Small Business Saturday: "We're ready for this"
Quick wickets put Australia on edge before rain intervenes in Women’s Ashes Test
Sally Lindsay, known for her roles in Coronation Street, The Royle Family and Mount Pleasant, has named her inspirations as a woman working to produce her own shows and help other women along the way.
Robert LaMay famously quit his job with a bitter videotaped sign-off directed at Gov. Jay Islee over his strict COVID vaccine mandates.
The Boston Celtics and the New Orleans Pelicans can relate to each other's situation going into their game Saturday night in New Orleans. The Celtics missed 12 of their first 13 3-pointers, finished 7 of 36 from beyond the arc and shot 34.9 percent from the floor in a 108-92 loss at Atlanta on Friday. Boston had won seven of its last 10 games.
It’s always a kick to encounter a documentary about a subject after you’ve seen the deluxe scripted and acted Hollywood version. “Lucy and Desi,” Amy Poehler’s film about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz — their love, their showbiz partnership, their revolutionary influence on the creative landscape of television, their meshing and clashing spirits — is […]
Dr Anita Sturnham is a revered GP in skincare circles. Her specialist interest in dermatology and aesthetics prompted her to open the doors to Nuriss Skin & Wellbeing — arguably one of west London’s most booked and busy skincare spaces — but you may know her best as the founder of influencer-approved, luxury beauty brand Decree. That, or her incredibly honest approach to skincare. If you were to secure some time with Dr Sturnham, you’d leave with a truly bespoke skincare routine and an entirely
American muckrakers: Peter Schweizer, James O’Keefe and a rightwing full court press. The author of Clinton Cash takes aim at the Bidens, the founder of Project Veritas stakes a claim for legitimacy. The results are murky – but offer a map for political battles to come
Parents of adults taxed by HMRC as if still getting child benefit. Those people still to file their 2020-21 self-assessment return should check if they are due a refund
Summer breaks: 20 of the best self-catering stays in the UK. Seaside hideaway, Cotswold cottage or luxury cowshed ... We pick boltholes from Cornwall to the Highlands which still have availability this summer
How the UK government lost £4.9bn to Covid loan fraud. The race to fund the lockdown economy ensured speed trumped due diligence, leaving the taxpayer wide open to fraud
One-pot chicken and creamed beans: Ed Smith’s recipes for winter comfort food. Dishes to give you a late January hug: find comfort in parmesan-creamed beans with sweet-bitter leaves and a one-pot chicken with celeriac, chickpeas and tahini
Welsh town to retell tale of how it built Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon. Ship was referred to as ‘Magic Roundabout’ during secret project at an old hangar in Pembroke Dock
Highway Code update comes into force in England, Scotland and Wales. Changes include a new hierarchy of road users, and expectation that drivers give way to pedestrians at junctions
UK tourists head to Albania for ‘sense of exotic’ without long-haul flight. Tour operators see rise in bookings as people look for interesting culture and history at lower price than neighbouring destinations
What links crane, flesh, horse, house, robber? The Saturday quiz. From Radiant Baby to Rustichello, test your knowledge with the Saturday quiz
Why are bananas yellow, and what noise do giraffes make? Try our kids’ quiz. Five multiple-choice questions – set by children – to test your knowledge, and a chance to submit your own junior brain-teasers for future quizzes
Universal credit claimants turn to crowdfunding to meet living costs. Faced with benefit cuts, illness and soaring bills, people are raising funds on sites such as GoFundMe
‘My son cowers when a shopkeeper says hello’ – are the toddlers of Covid all right?. Babies born in the first lockdown are now turning two, and have only ever known a world of masks and isolation. What will be the long-term impact?
“I had a sonographer pat my stomach and say, ‘It’s difficult to get a clear picture because of this,’ meaning the extra weight I have.” Amber, 26, lives in Cheshire and is currently pregnant. Because of her weight, she is classed as ‘high risk’ and is monitored closely for any issues. So far nothing has gone wrong relating to her weight but she says that doesn’t stop healthcare providers making comments like this. “I think professionals need to stop expecting something to go wrong because of the
Casualty's newest couple Iain Dean and Chrissie Danes are actually an item in real life. Lauren Crace and Michael Stevenson have been married since 2016.