Rod Stewart stuns sleepy Vermont town as he strolls into thrift store wearing leather pants and $1,000 boots with wife Penny Lancaster

Rod Stewart stuns sleepy Vermont town as he strolls into thrift store wearing leather pants and $1,000 boots with wife Penny Lancaster

Sir Rod caused quite a stir in the small town of Vergennes, Vermont, on Thursday in his alligator boots and leather pants – causing one woman to slip her boss a note: ‘Is he a rock star?’

Addiction charity warns of 84 per cent surge in female gambling addicts as cash-strapped mums tell of their struggles with online betting games

Addiction charity warns of 84 per cent surge in female gambling addicts as cash-strapped mums tell of their struggles with online betting games

New data released by charity Gordon Moody shows it has seen a 43 per cent increase in demand for its services year on year – with women now making up a quarter of referrals.

Surprising posh faces of ugly Sydney Opera House pro-Palestine protest: Cafe owner and his worker from one of Australia's ritziest suburbs are charged over brawl with Israel supporter

Surprising posh faces of ugly Sydney Opera House pro-Palestine protest: Cafe owner and his worker from one of Australia's ritziest suburbs are charged over brawl with Israel supporter

Marcel Ghabbar, 31,and Justin Khalek, also 31, are accused of attacking a 45-year-old man during last week’s ugly rally in Sydney’s CBD in the wake of the Hamas attack on Israel.

NOT lovin' it! McDonald's quietly hikes its prices amid cost-of-living crisis – with 20 nuggets UP nearly £2 to £5.79 and a Big Mac up almost £1 to £4.59

NOT lovin' it! McDonald's quietly hikes its prices amid cost-of-living crisis – with 20 nuggets UP nearly £2 to £5.79 and a Big Mac up almost £1 to £4.59

EXCLUSIVE: Although a cheeseburger still cost £1.19 in June, this month the price has jumped to £1.29, while a Big Mac is £4.59, up from £3.69

Berisha: I am not saying that we will win 100%, the climate is positive

13:08 14/04/2023 “We campaign only with contributions from supporters“ Chief Democrat Sali Berisha in the weekly conference with journalists said that it is a positive climate that precedes the May 14 elections, however he does not say that 100% of the country’s municipalities will win. During his speech, the chief democrat said that the PD … Read more

Farmers slam Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat for climate change challenge

Farmers and parents have slammed Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat after the TV show urged viewers to go vegetarian for a climate change challenge.  The children’s series is offering green badges – similar to the famous blue ones – to youngsters who are environmentally friendly as part of a two-week pledge. Sports … Read more

Experts fear polar bears lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change 

Foraging peril of polar bears as experts fear they could lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change Researchers studied polar bears in Canadian Arctic tracking them over 11 days Bears usually hunt seals from floating ice but climate change means ice melted Bears have resorted to eating birds eggs on … Read more

Homeowners will have to turn down radiators by 10C if Britain is to hit climate change targets

Homeowners will have to put up with central heating that is cooler by 10 degrees C if Britain is to hit climate change targets Government has set a target of 600,000 heat pumps installed each year by 2028 Pumps are more efficient than using fossil fuel technologies such as gas boilers However, they operate 10 … Read more

Prince William warns humans must avoid climate change disaster

Charles called on world leaders to give their support to the ‘Terra Carta’ – a new initiative providing the basis of a sustainable recovery plan for Nature, People and Planet at the heart of global value creation.  The Terra Carta (Earth Charter), ‘provides a roadmap to 2030 for businesses to move towards an ambitious and … Read more

Climate change slashed global food productivity by more than 20% in the past 60 years, study reveals

Climate change has slashed global food productivity by more than 20% in the past 60 years, study reveals Farmers are growing a fifth less food than if weather were the same as in 1961 In warmer areas like Latin America and Africa, the drop is as high as 34 percent The US only saw slows … Read more