Florida ravaged by Hurricane Hermine

Florida ravaged by Hurricane Hermine

Wind and rain from Hurricane Hermine has battered Florida’s northern Gulf Coast, causing flooding and power outages. Hermine made landfall early on Friday, becoming the first hurricane to hit the state in more than a decade. Wind gusts reached 80mph (130km/h), the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. In the town...

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Senior doctors slam junior doctors’ strike

Senior doctors slam junior doctors’ strike

Some of Britain’s most senior doctors have come together to demand an end to the strike action warning that it is putting patients at risk as junior doctors reveal three more five day strikes. The three extra strikes, on top of the confirmed five day strike beginning on September 12,...

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Sadiq Khan joins G20 mayors in fight against climate change

Sadiq Khan joins G20 mayors in fight against climate change

30 mayors from important cities across the G20 nations have written an open letter to their leaders in an urgent bid for climate change action. The letter is a plea to the G20 leaders to address climate change as they meet in Hangzhou, China this week to discuss ways to...

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Samsung issues full recall due to “exploding batteries”

Samsung issues full recall due to “exploding batteries”

Samsung Electronics have given the signal that they’re undertaking a full recall of their Galaxy Note 7 smartphone amid claims that phones have been “exploding.” Users in both the US and South Korea (where the company is based) have complained that the model’s battery has the tendency to explode. Customers...

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Shopping News: London Pop-Up Shops and Events This September

Shopping News: London Pop-Up Shops and Events This September

Christmas, according to Harrods, is just around the corner, as the famous Harrods Christmas area is now open. We may be in the middle of a heat wave but that won’t stop the most organised festive shoppers stocking up on tree decorations long before the nights draw in. If you...

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