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January 16, 2019 6:06 AM REVEALED: How Iran uses SECRET ‘tunnels and underground sites’ to conceal NUCLEAR missiles

IRAN is “digging tunnels and building underground facilities for sensitive security and military initiatives in the pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles”, a chilling document has claimed. The explosive claim was made in an official Iranian Resistance paper, produced by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The NCRI document 529

December 10, 2018 1:15 PM Delayed Crossrail nets up to £2bn in new financing

It is hoped that the money - the bulk of which will come from the Greater London Authority (GLA) through a government borrowing facility - will cover additional costs to allow completion. However, the timetable was on course to be put back further as no firm date could be committed to. The Elizabeth Line - running from Reading and Heathrow in the west through 89

October 14, 2018 2:43 PM Plymouth's historic Drake's Island fortress on sale for £6m

An historic island fortress has been put up for sale with a guide price of £6 million. Drake's Island in Devon includes a 16th century barracks, a pier and an underground network of tunnels. The six-acre site, which stands 600m off the coast at Plymouth, has planning permission for a luxury hotel and spa. Aidan McCauley, son of the island's owner Dan McCauley 60

July 28, 2018 1:40 PM Public have their say on NRM plans

PLANS for tunnels, bridges and other possible changes to the National Railway Museum have been on display in York. Scores of local residents visited the museum on Saturday for the second consultation event, and were encouraged to leave their thoughts in notes on the displays, before an outline planning application is submitted next month. Judith McNicol 53

July 9, 2018 3:11 PM Thailand cave rescue update: How many boys are left in the cave? Will they be out today?

THAILAND cave rescue efforts have had a successful second day with eight boys now saved from the group of 13. How many are left and will they all be rescued today? Four Thai soccer players and their coach are now left trapped in a cave at Chaing Mai after a total of eight boys are rescued. Rescue efforts in Thailand have been highly successful with two-thirds 58

June 22, 2018 12:51 AM Well, well, well ... now what doo we have here: Police respond to reports of a man with a gun only to find a musician with a 4ft didgeridoo

When police received five calls from concerned members of the public about a man carrying a gun in a town park, they wasted no time in responding. A riot van was despatched to the scene on Tuesday to block the suspect’s exit from the park until an armed response unit could arrive. But when Mark Sleigh, 39, returned to the vehicle and officers ordered 46

May 13, 2018 1:38 AM World War 3: Israel DESTROY Palestine tunnels after VIOLENT PROTEST breaks out in Gaza

ISRAEL’s army have taken defiant action to destroy tunnels used by the Palestinian militant group Hamas, as violence between the two nations continues to rage in the Gaza strip. Fresh skirmishes between the Middle Eastern nations broke out on Friday when dozens of Palestinian demonstrators broke into the Gaza side of the Kerem Shalom terminal, the main channel 104

April 30, 2018 3:11 PM M25: Lanes shut after Dartford Tunnel crash

An earlier crash part blocked a motorway and closed one of the Dartford Tunnels. Traffic is reportedly queueing after an accident between a van and car on the M25 anticlockwise. The incident was at the Dartford Tunnel between junction 1a for the A206/A226 and junction 31. Traffic England says it is taking about half an hour to get through the delays 71

January 30, 2018 6:50 PM Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak slams Tesla ‘hype,’ claiming 'I don't believe anything Elon Musk says' (but he still swears by his two Model S cars)

Don't count Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak as being a member of the cult of Tesla any longer. Wozniak has been a big fan of Tesla for many years; he owns two Model S sedans, and said just last year that the firm was in the 'best direction' for developing autonomous technology. But it appears that he has some doubts about just how revolutionary the company 95

January 23, 2018 6:04 AM Pupils take trip back in time on visit to Second World War air raid shelters

PRIMARY school pupils were given a unique insight into life during the Second World War on an eye-opening school trip. Children, from Leverhulme Primary School, in Breightmet, visited Stockport Air Raid Shelters as part of their studies into the era. A total of 57 seven and eight year olds, took on the role of evacuees at the network of underground tunnels 66