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Is it a fisherman... or a gorilla? Beachside photo leaves people scratching their heads 

A photograph appearing to show a gorilla walking across a beach is doing the rounds online but you may have to look twice to really work out what is really going on. The image shared by Imgur user youneverknowwhatyouregoingtoget has attracted thousands o

today, 15:13 in Science &Technology

Royal St George's to host The Open in 2020 for the 15th time in its history

The R&A has announced that the 2020 Open Championship will be played at Royal St George's, the scene of Darren Clarke's memorable victory in 2011. Royal St George's, which voted in March 2015 to admit women members, will stage the Open for the...

today, 14:49 in Sport

David Haye hopes Tyson Fury returns to boxing and meets him in an all-British heavyweight showdown: 'Boxing...

David Haye hopes former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will make a return to the ring, claiming: 'Boxing is more fun with him in it.' Fury's struggles with depression mean has not fought since his stunning victory over Wladimir Klitschko in Novemb

today, 14:49 in Sport

Pep Guardiola will explain new role to Sergio Aguero as Manchester City striker returns to side after...

Pep Guardiola will sit Sergio Aguero down to explain exactly what Manchester City need from him this week. The 28-year-old will lead the line against Monaco in the Champions League last-16 first leg on Tuesday with question marks surrounding his long-ter

today, 14:49 in Sport

Genetically-modified cows without horns are created to make the countryside safer

Genetically-modified cows are being bred without horns to make the countryside safer. Scientists have created the cows to protect farmers, walkers and other animals. The new cows have soft hair where their horns should be, which farmers often cut or burn

today, 14:37 in Science &Technology

Deadly radioactive particles are found across Europe, and scientists have no idea where they came from

A spike in the levels of dangerous radioactive chemicals has been recorded across Europe. Air quality stations across the continent detected traces of radioactive Iodine-131 in January - but scientists are yet to work out where the particles came from. T

today, 14:37 in Science &Technology

Worcester Warriors flanker Phil Dowson to retire and return to Northampton Saints in coaching role

Worcester flanker Phil Dowson will retire at the end of the season to join Northampton's coaching staff, with Saints bosses backing rugby director Jim Mallinder's stewardship. Former Northampton back-row Dowson will return to Franklin's Gardens this summ

today, 14:30 in Sport

Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany ruled out for Monaco clash after yet another injury setback

Vincent Kompany is out of Manchester City’s crunch Champions League clash with Monaco as his leg injury persists. The City captain ‘felt something in his leg’ the day before Saturday’s goalless FA Cup draw at Huddersfield Town - a game he would’ve starte

today, 14:30 in Sport

Manchester United star Ander Herrera drives around city in a classic Mini Cooper before attempting a...

He's been the driving force in Manchester United's midfield this season and Ander Herrera has recently showcased his talents behind a driving wheel too. The Spain international took to Twitter on Monday morning to share a video of him driving around Manc

today, 14:30 in Sport

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti asked to explain hand gesture towards Hertha Berlin fans after 1-1 draw

Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has been asked to explain why he made an offensive gesture following his side's 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin on Saturday. German broadcaster ARD reported the 57-year-old Italian raised his middle finger to home fans after

today, 14:30 in Sport

SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Falcon Oil & Gas shares soar 170% in a week after gas discovery Down Under

It has been quite a week for Falcon Oil & Gas, whose shares have soared 170 per cent in that time. Falcon, led by the irrepressible Philip O’Quigley, owns a 30 per cent stake in a huge tract of land in Australia's Northern Territory in an area...

today, 14:25 in Business

Supermarket chains to get a £200m business rates CUT

Britain's out-of-town supermarkets are in line for a £200million business rate cut – even though small high street stores face closure, according to latest figures. The largest superstores and hypermarkets expect a 1.7 per cent reduction when rates are r

today, 14:25 in Business

Monaco are Europe's most potent attacking threat with 107 goals so far... they have everything Manchester...

When the balls pairing Manchester City with Monaco were plucked out at UEFA's drawn-out Champions League ceremony in Nyon back in December, there was a sense of some relief among fans of the former. After all, for a club who count the giants of Barcelona

today, 14:25 in Sport

Lewis Hamilton says his criticism of having to share racing data with his team was not an attack on...

Lewis Hamilton has insisted he has 'zero problems' with Mercedes or new team mate Valtteri Bottas after complaining that sharing team data in Formula 1 was like doing someone else's homework. During a Facebook Q&A, the three-time world champion...

today, 14:25 in Sport

Radamel Falcao is back in Manchester as United flop looks to get one over on rivals City in Champions League 

He may not have many happy memories of Manchester, but Radamel Falcao had a smile on his face as he returned to the city on Monday. The Colombian striker struggled during his one season as a Manchester United player, with just four goals in 29 games duri

today, 14:25 in Sport

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