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REAL high flyers! From bridge painters to wind turbine technicians, the jobs where a head for heights is a...

These employees are quite literally high flyers, with one prerequisite on their CV being able to handle heights. From repair workers on Christ the Redeemer in Rio, Brazil, to bridge painters balancing on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Californi

today, 12:06 in Travel

Monaco took European football by storm last season but their vibrant team has been preyed upon by...

Monaco were the youthful, vibrant and free-scoring team that took European football by storm last season, winning the French league title in sensational fashion and reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League. In the space of just a couple of summer

today, 12:02 in Sport

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho wishes Javier Hernandez hadn't been allowed to leave

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he regrets the fact his club sold Javier Hernandez.  The Mexican striker has returned to the Premier League after agreeing a £16million move to West Ham United. The player, known as 'Chicarito', was sold befor

today, 12:02 in Sport

'Mechanics will have to learn quickly!': How the motor industry is reacting to the 2040 petrol and diesel...

Today's DEFRA Air Quality Plan will announce that new petrol and diesel cars will be banned from sale in the UK from 2040 in a bid to clean up the air Britons breathe. It will mean only electric vehicles will be available to new car buyers in 22 years' t

today, 11:54 in Business

The 'bubble man' forced to live as a recluse: Pakistani man, 56, covered in hundreds of bumpy tumours is...

A Pakistani man with hundreds of bubble-like tumours has been forced to live as a recluse as people fear he would infect them. Habib Ullah Khan, 56, from Karachi, has had his body ravaged by the small lumps - believed to be a form of neurofibromatosis. S

today, 11:44 in Health

Anti-depressants taken by millions linked to 28 murders in the UK in the past three decades, reveals...

Anti-depressants have been associated with 28 murders in the UK, according to a new BBC investigation. This was the number referred to the UK medicines regulator in the last three decades, Panorama has revealed. Using Freedom of Information laws, program

today, 11:44 in Health

Mother-of-three, 38, claims she has been denied UK treatment because she 'didn't have enough cancer' and...

A mother-of-three claims she has been forced to spend £70,000 every three weeks on cancer treatment in Germany to stay alive - because she was told she 'doesn't have enough cancer' for therapy in the UK. Louise Gleadell, 38, from Leicester, was first dia

today, 11:44 in Health

'And if you look to your right you'll see a Chinese anti-ballistic missile coming towards us': Stunned...

The breath-taking moment that an anti-ballistic missile was launched into the night sky has been caught on camera by a stunned pilot, who described it as a 'once in a lifetime event'. Dutch Pilot Christiaan van Heijst, 34, cannot resist pulling his camer

today, 11:35 in Travel

The scruffy, splendid city in Vesuvius's shadow: A weekend in Naples, the city that doesn't really care...

Crucifixes that talk, shop assistants with the faces of Botticelli angels, cathedrals where miracles are commonplace. You could believe anything might happen in Naples, never more than a Hail Mary away from being buried by the fractious Mount Vesuvius. I

today, 11:35 in Travel

Wheels within wheels: Six of the best cycling routes for holidays in Canada, Austria, Germany, Australia...

Two hundred years ago, the German inventor Karl Drais created the velocipede, a wheeled wooden contraption regarded as the first bicycle. In tribute, try one of these six fantastic cycling routes... ALPINE THRILLS IN AUSTRIA BEST FOR: Beginners LENGTH: S

today, 11:35 in Travel

More than just beaches and cheap breaks: Why Malta is awash with food, culture and the religious spectacular

Gozo and Malta are to Roman Catholicism what Liverpool is to football. If you're not a churchgoer, you're the odd one out. During the big religious feasts, thousands take part in lengthy processions, dressed up as Gospel characters. Life-size statues are

today, 11:35 in Travel

Now THIS is hardcore Ibiza! Shaping up at the No1 Boot Camp is no holistic healing holiday (but it does get...

As monikers go, 'Babe' isn't that bad. But my nickname was not born of my Barbie-esque looks, rather after the Hollywood movie Babe, which was all about a pig. My tendency to eat whenever, and whatever, has led to 'friends' using the porcine emoji in lie

today, 11:35 in Travel

Real Madrid will break the bank for Kylian Mbappe: Why the Spanish giants fear missing out on a world great...

It remains one of the biggest regrets from Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s time at the club that he did not sign Neymar when he had the chance.  Madrid gave the player a medical in 2011 but Barcelona barged in front paying his father a preferent

today, 11:30 in Sport

Floyd Mayweather is worth £261m and boxing’s biggest earner. But how did a fighter regularly booed and...

'He bets on himself and he hits a homerun every time.'  In 2006, Floyd Mayweather was growing frustrated. He was 36-0, a four-weight world champion and widely considered to be one of the finest fighters in the world.  The 'Pretty Boy' had just beaten lon

today, 11:30 in Sport

UK's first 'rehab' for hackers aims to transform teenage cyber criminals into online security experts for...

Rehabilitation camps aimed at reforming would-be cyber criminals have been launched by the National Crime Agency. Teenagers who commit hacking offences are being offered the chance to take part in the scheme, run by the UK's national law enforcement agen

today, 10:59 in Science &Technology

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