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January 15, 2019 2:25 PM Adolf Hitler: Nazi leader's paintings depicting WWI Somme battlefield up for auction

A PAINTING depicting a World War 1 battle scene staged at the Somme, believed to have been the work of evil Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler has emerged as going up for auction in Shropshire. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was known as a keen artist, having struggled to make a living from his work before he was imprisoned for five years in 1924 at Landsberg Prison 455

January 7, 2019 8:53 AM Billionaire overtakes chicken nugget boy for most-retweeted tweet

Yusaku Maezawa's promise to giveaway 100m yen has become the most retweeted-tweet of all time. The record now belongs to Yusaku Maezawa, who has pledged to give away 100m yen (£725,000) to his followers. Mr Maezawa is a Japanese billionaire and the founder of Zozotown, the country's largest retailer. His social media success means Carter Wilkerson, who was retweeted 130

January 3, 2019 1:04 PM Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino to headline Coachella festival

The festival, which attracts huge crowds, will also feature The 1975, Tame Impala, Jaden Smith, Solange and Wiz Khalifa. Held over two weekends in Indio, California, the event often attracts big names, with Beyonce the main attraction last year. Guns N' Roses, Lady Gaga and Drake have also performed. Grande tweeted: "Humbled and excited as all hell - thank 133

January 1, 2019 12:00 PM Land Rover Explorer Phone: Everything you need to know about the Land Rover phone

The Land Rover Explore is the ultimate adventure phone, allowing the owner to take it anywhere, in any conditions. The rugged new phone is packed with software features that the average outdoorsman will find useful. These include topographic mapping options from ViewRanger with an AR Skyline feature. The Land Rover phone also comes with an extra battery 127

December 18, 2018 9:19 AM May hoping to get better Brexit deal in January sales

THERESA May believes she can get a more economical Brexit deal in the January sales, it has emerged. With a vital commons vote set for January 14, the prime minister is confident of ‘nabbing’ a discounted Brexit deal if she gets up early to beat the Boxing Day crowds. She said: “As it stands the so-called Brexit divorce is about £39 billion. “But in the sales 69

December 9, 2018 6:15 PM Dunkeld chippy offers deep-fried Christmas dinner

A Scottish chip shop is offering customers an entire deep-fried Christmas dinner. Dunkeld Fish Bar in Perthshire claims its turkey goujons, battered Brussels sprouts and carrots and parsnip fritters are already proving popular. They are served with a giant pig-in-a-blanket - a battered foot-long sausage - and a deep-fried mince pie on the side. Sale proceeds 47

November 30, 2018 8:45 AM You can buy the console Led Zeppelin used to record Stairway to Heaven

The Helios console Led Zeppelin used it to record Stairway to Heaven is for sale. And that’s not all. The mixing desk is the combination of two recording consoles pulled together n 1996 by Elvis Costello and Squeeze’s Chris Difford. They used part of the Island Records Basing Street Studio 2 Helios Console (1970-1974) and part of Alvin Lee’s Helios console 40

November 28, 2018 3:20 PM Renoir painting stolen from Vienna's Dorotheum auction house

The painting was stolen just a day before it was due to go under the hammer and police say the theft was "professional". The Golfe, Mer, Falaises Vertes, a lesser-known landscape by the prolific French impressionist, was snatched by three men from its frame on display on Monday ahead of a planned sale at the Dorotheum auction house. A police spokesman 60

November 26, 2018 4:52 AM Needle found in strawberry punnet in New Zealand supermarket

A needle was found inside a punnet of strawberries on sale in a New Zealand supermarket, the second such incident in recent months. The strawberries were bought at a Fresh Choice supermarket in Geraldine, a town on the South Island. It comes after a nationwide scare in Australia which saw almost 200 reports of needle-contaminated strawberries. An Australian 53

November 25, 2018 9:16 AM Randy men on saucy vintage postcards

In the early decades of the 20th century sleazy cartoon postcards were very popular. Looking through postcards from the 1930s-1950s, you’ll find not as many photographs of tourist locations as you will bawdy cartoons. It’s a fascinating social documentation on public tolerance for this risqué subject matter – much of it would be wildly inappropriate 54