Receive up-to-the-minute news updates on the hottest topics with NewsHub. Install now.

Photo, Video

13:12 Average of 115 patients PER DAY fail to turn up to Exeter hospital appointments


06:30 Neighbour rescued with ladder as cottage catches fire


21:51 EastEnders viewers shocked over 'GROSS' Shirley Carter confession


16:11 Here’s how you can get £15 off your favourite pizzas at Domino's, Papa Johns, Hungryhouse or Pizza Hut


13:02 Bolton boxer Amir Khan takes on 2nd Bushtucker Trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!


16:50 TV Trailer: ‘Fuller House’ Season 3B On Netflix UK


04:57 Proof of time travel? 'Futuristic' man ‘from 2028’ issues chilling warning in video clip



All category news

  • Britain big FREEZE: Families face paying £1.2billion extra to heat their homes this winter

    December 15, 2017 4:32 PM 6

    FAMILIES face paying £1.2billion extra to heat their homes this winter if cold weather lasts through the New Year. Arctic conditions have gripped the nation prompting warnings a big freeze will force millions into a “heat or eat” situation. A drop of 4C in average monthly temperatures will whack almost £45 onto the winter heating bills, experts say. The last major

  • Revealed: Who's joining Torbay Council following the by-election in Watcombe

    December 15, 2017 4:24 PM 5

    The by-election was held following the death of popular councillor Roger Stringer Torquay’s Watcombe ward has been held by the Liberal Democrats following Thursday’s by-election. Swithin Long was elected to Torbay Council after getting 655 votes from the eligible electorate of 5,149. Conservative Party candidate Daniel Maddock came second with 355 votes

  • Police shoot man with knife at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport

    December 15, 2017 4:15 PM 5

    Dutch military police clear Schiphol airport as they shoot and detain a man "making threats with a knife" who is now in custody. A tweet from Dutch military police read: "Man at Schiphol shot at by the military police, after he made threats with a knife. Situation safe." The forces later added officers had overpowered and arrested the suspect, and he is now in custody

  • Two hunted after mobile phone stolen at Tesco

    December 15, 2017 4:04 PM 7

    POLICE are hunting two people after a mobile phone was stolen from the basket of a customer at a self-service checkout. A CCTV image has been released by Sussex Police in a bid to find two suspects. The smartphone was taken while its owner was paying for their shopping in Tesco, at Holmbush Centre in Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham. The phone, a rose gold Samsung

  • Leven Bank closed by police after car overturns and leaves carriageway

    December 15, 2017 3:51 PM 10

    Mazda 2 flipped onto its roof in lunchtime accident :: Road closed for recovery work Cleveland Police say a white Mazda 2 overturned at the bottom of the bank and left the carriageway at 1.13pm, flipping onto its roof. The road, Leven Bank Road, was closed while recovery and medical teams moved in. The road was reopened by 3pm after recovery of the vehicle

  • Game over for Macron? Half of French people find President ‘UNFAVOURABLE’ in new poll

    December 15, 2017 3:31 PM 5

    HALF of French people hold an “unfavourable” opinion of Emmanuel Macron, according to a new poll, confirming the French President is struggling to convince voters with his radical reform agenda. The poll, conducted by Ipsos for Le Point, showed 50 per cent of French people are now dissatisfied with Mr Macron’s actions as president, down from 53 per cent in November

  • Opera House donates special Christmas present to zoo

    December 15, 2017 2:42 PM 5

    GARDENERS at Glyndebourne Opera House have hand-delivered a huge donation of bamboo to Drusillas zoo park at Alfriston. Keeping the pandas satisfied with enough roots and shoots is an ongoing battle for zoo Keepers. Mother and daughter Mulan and Anmar have an enormous appetite for bamboo, with each of them individually consuming up to two kilogrammes

  • Dionne Clark murder trial: Prosecution completes evidence in its case

    December 15, 2017 2:39 PM 5

    Defence barristers will begin their cases next week The father of the man accused of murdering a Nuneaton mum said he had no idea he had been standing just feet from her dead body, a court has heard. Dominic Wallis, 28, is said to have killed 27-year-old Dionne Clark at his home in Cornish Close, off Ansley Common, earlier this year. The following day his father

  • Fee increases for council services

    December 15, 2017 2:26 PM 6

    CITY of York Council is increasing a range of its fees and charges with effect from New Year's Day. Additional income of £79,000 will be generated in the year 2018/19 from the increase in fees and charges, mainly from Bereavement Services, which will reap an extra £495,000. And the council will collect £20,000 extra between January and April 2018. Following

  • Devon self-help group supports people suffering from ‘Christmas phobia’

    December 15, 2017 1:57 PM 5

    “Although there is no ‘Christmas phobia’ as such, what people frequently do during the festive season — partying and shopping — can severely affect a surprisingly large proportion of the population.” While most of the UK population looks forward to Christmas with joyful anticipation, for some the festive season is filled with a real and disabling dread