• Mourners arrive for Peaches funeral

    Mourners have started to arrive ahead of the funeral of Peaches Geldof as a host of celebrities prepare to say farewell to the television presenter and model.

    Press Association
    • How to secure your Wi-Fi router from hackers

      Find your router's IP address If you then click on "Advanced" in the Wi-Fi section and then head into the "TCP/IP" tab, you will find the router IP address there.

      Pocket-lint
      • George photos taken on Kate stroll

        The Duchess of Cambridge has been photographed unawares with Prince George in Australia during a day off from official engagements.

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        • Thieves tap UK pipeline, steal 30,000 litres of fuel - paper

          UK police are hunting a gang of thieves who are thought to have tapped into an underground oil pipeline, stealing thousands of litres of fuel, a newspaper reported on Monday. More than 30,000 litres of diesel may have been taken from the pipeline running from Esso's Fawley Refinery, the Daily Echo…

          Reuters35 mins ago
          • Sir Cliff Richard: 'If I Was Gay Would it Make Any Difference?'

            Sir Cliff Richard has spoken out about his sexuality for the first time. Responding to a query regarding his sexuality he told an interviewer on Australian television programme A Current Affair : "If I was gay would it make any difference?" I have got gay friends. Most people have gay friends.

            IB Times
            • Premier League - Paper Round: Chelsea 'to match Atletico’s £80m valuation of Costa'

              Chelsea are set to meet the £80 million asking price for Atletico’s Diego Costa – but there is a caveat.

              Eurosport
              • Boeing-Built Fighter Jets Could Launch US Military Satellites Into Space

                The United States military's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) gave Boeing a $30.6 million contract last month to develop a 24-foot (7.3-meter) launch vehicle that would attach to the bottom of an F-15E Strike Eagle.   The concept calls for the jet to drop this vehicle when it…

                SPACE.com
                • Coren Mitchell makes poker history

                  Television presenter and journalist Victoria Coren Mitchell went all in to scoop nearly £400,000 and make poker history.

                  Press Association
                  • Katherine Jenkins Engaged After Just Six Months

                    The opera lady has accepted a proposal from her Hollywood director beau after just half a year of dating

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                    • Halliburton posts $622M in 1st-qtr net income

                      Halliburton says it was profitable in the first-quarter after reporting a loss for the period a year ago.

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                        • All aboard! Sudan's sleek new Nile Train a rarity

                          A member of the security forces stands near the tracks as the new Nile Train passes through Khartoum on March 17, 2014. In a poverty-stricken country where some rolling stock is more than 40 years old, ...

                          AFP
                          • Oscar Pistorius Accused of Taking Acting Lessons Before Murder Trial

                            Oscar Pistorius has been accused of taking acting lessons before standing trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. In an open letter to the blade runner, South African journalist Jani Allan alleges that Pistorius had taken guidance from one of her 'close friends' before taking the…

                            IB Times
                            • Josie: I came close to ending it

                              Josie Gibson has told how she hit "rock bottom" and considered taking her own life after an unflattering snap of her in a bikini was published.

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                              • Chinese Grand Prix - Result changed after chequered flag blunder

                                The Chinese Grand Prix was cut short because of an error with the chequered flag, which was waved a lap early.

                                Reuters
                                • Teen's Five-Hour Flight In Plane Wheel Well

                                  A 16-year-old boy has survived a flight from California to Hawaii in the wheel well of a jetliner. The teenager was unharmed during the five-and-a-half hour flight despite frigid temperatures at 38,000ft (11,500m) and lack of oxygen, the airline and FBI officials said. "[The] kid's lucky to be…

                                  Sky News
                                  • Former British PM Brown steps up bid to keep Scotland in UK

                                    * Brown, a Scot, steps up bid to stop independence * Scottish leader Salmond: independence momentum growing LONDON, April 21 (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is stepping up his efforts to stop Scotland leaving the United Kingdom as opinion polls show growing support for…

                                    Reuters - UK Focus43 mins ago
                                    • Bad skin habits to break today

                                      Skin looking dull, tired and blotchy? It may be down to some bad habits that you've developed over time. If you cleanse, tone and moisturise but your skin is still looking far from glowing, then read on to see if you're guilty of these bad skin habits.

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                                      • Flying High: Crook Uses Drone To Spot Pot Farms

                                        Criminals are using drones fitted with heat-seeking cameras to spot cannabis farms that can be raided, it has been claimed.

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                                        • PM 'Divides' UK Over Christianity Comments

                                          A group of leading public figures has warned that comments made by David Cameron about the UK being a Christian country could cause "alienation and division". More than 50 writers, scientists, broadcasters and academics have signed an open letter expressing concern at the "negative consequences"…

                                          Sky News39 mins ago