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January 16, 2018 12:01 AM Thousands are evacuated and tsunami warning is issued after volcanic eruptions on Papua New Guinea

Thousands of people put at risk by a volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea have been evacuated by the authorities. Eruptions on Kadovar Island in the East Sepik region of the South Pacific island led to Prime Minister Peter O'Neill orchestrating the evacuation. It is feared further eruptions might occur in the nation's north, the government said on Monday 34

January 12, 2018 5:46 PM Worldwide condemnation of President Trump's 'shithole' slur

Haitians and Africans hit back after the President is accused of calling their nations 'shitholes' during an immigration meeting. The US President has denied using the derogatory term to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African nations during a meeting. But a Democrat present at the gathering over immigration reform said it was the "exact word used by the President 56

December 29, 2017 11:31 PM Ruth Langsford congratulates ‘darling’ husband Eamonn Holmes on OBE

Ruth Langsford has congratulated her “darling” husband and This Morning co-presenter Eamonn Holmes over his upcoming OBE. The Strictly Come Dancing star, who married the Belfast broadcaster in 2010, tweeted a selection of photos from Holmes’s television history after he was named in the New Year Honours. Moments after the full list was unveiled on Friday 37

December 20, 2017 10:20 AM Now that's a bad romance! Gallery showcases the hilarious and VERY awkward romantic snaps shared by amorous partners

Social media feeds are flooded with photos of amorous couples broadcasting their love to the world - but not all snaps strike a romantic note. A new online gallery has revealed some of the hilariously unfortunate snaps shared by couples online. In many cases a should-have-been romantic shot is spoiled by an unexpected element - with one man caught grimacing 10

December 18, 2017 10:00 AM Watchdog PROBES Salmond’s Kremlin-backed TV show over ‘fake tweet’ claims

THE broadcasting regulator Ofcom is investigating Alex Salmond’s controversial RT chat show. It is understood the broadcasting regulator has received one complaint on the issue under investigation. Guests on the episode included deposed Catalan president Carles Puigdemont, above, Tory MP Crispin Blunt and Labour peer Baroness Helena Kennedy. Mr Salmond’s 24

December 17, 2017 4:59 PM Veteran BBC Radio 2 presenter who died two months after leaving show because of ill health leaves £600,000 in his will

Veteran DJ Brian Matthew, who presented Radio 2’s Sounds Of The Sixties, left £600,000 in his will. Matthew died aged 88 in April, two months after he stepped down from his popular Saturday morning show due to ill health. The broadcaster, once dubbed Britain’s oldest DJ, fronted the show for 27 years before being replaced by Tony Blackburn. Probate records 12

December 16, 2017 2:31 AM Outrage as up-and-coming BBC Radio 1 DJ's 'offensive sexist, homophobic and transphobic' tweets are revealed

An up-and-coming BBC Radio One DJ has been accused of posting 'offensive' tweets. A Twitter account for DJ Limelight, whose real name is Sandeep Sharma, published a series of tweets using the words 'batty', 'tranny-fied' in 2010. A Stonewall spokesperson said: 'As an artist with a public platform, DJ Limelight is a role model to young people. It's right 30

December 13, 2017 5:32 PM The first advert on the moon: Japanese space startup raises $90 million to put billboards on the lunar surface by 2020

Japanese startup Ispace has raised $90 million (£67 million) to fly to the satellite, with plans to establish a 'lunar economy'. The funds will be used to send a spacecraft into lunar orbit by 2019, with plans for a landing mission set for the following year. Once the craft has touched down, Ispace will offer investors the chance to project a small billboard 83

December 4, 2017 11:51 AM BBC in 'shock' after Liverpool restrict radio commentary of Spartak Moscow Champions League clash to their own website and leave 5 Live in the lurch

Radio listeners will not be able to tune in to commentary of Liverpool's Champions League clash with Spartak Moscow on Wednesday after the club restricted audio access to their own website. BBC Radio 5 Live are in 'shock' at Liverpool's decision, according to the Guardian, having expected to provide full coverage as they did for their last European fixture 43

December 2, 2017 4:37 AM Award for top radio presenter

A PRESENTER at Brighton’s community radio station has won a top award for her broadcasts about beer and pubs. Emma Inch presents and produces of RadioReverb’s hit show Fermentation. She was awarded the Gold ‘Maltsmiths Brewery Award for Best Beer Communicator – Online’ at the British Guild of Beer Writers’ annual awards ceremony. The event celebrates 22