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So, farewell, Henning Mankell, the creator of Kurt Wallander, the melancholy Swedish detective who has charmed millions on page and on screen with his gloomy reflections on life, corruption and immorality. “The fundamental driving force for me is to create a change in the world we live in… It’s about …

Last week, Auburn Deputy Mayor Salim Mehajer announced that he plans to ride the weird trajectory of his viral fame all the way to Kirribilli House, and given our fair nation’s revolving door policy when it comes to Prime Minsters, he may even get his wish. Thanks to the recent …

Aerosmith frontman Steve Tyler has demanded that Donald Trump stop using the band’s song “Dream on” in his campaign. It’s the third time a rock musician has filed a lawsuit against Trump during his presidential campaign. Tyler has sent Trump a cease-and-desist letter, saying that the use of the song …

Smoking has been linked to almost half the fatal fires in Northern Ireland over the past five years. The Fire and Rescue Service said this applied to 22 of the 53 accidental fire deaths since 2010. Alan Walmsley, Assistant Chief Fire Officer, said: “Smoking materials remain the biggest cause of …

To increase collaboration in the area of medicines and medical devices, UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) today signed a MoU with its counterpart body in India. With an aim of improving public safety in the two countries, a MoU was signed between the Central Drugs Standard Control …

Actress Terri Dwyer has warned against the use of sunbeds and believes her former obsession with tanning gave her cancer. The 42-year-old star, who found fame playing barmaid Ruth Osborne in Hollyoaks, has spoken frankly about her health ordeal for the first time, which she blames on her extensive sunbed …

Pregnant women who are diagnosed with cancer do not need to delay treatment or end their pregnancy, a new study found. The study included 129 children in Europe whose mothers were diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy, as well as a control group of 129 children born to women without cancer. …

Sugar-packed non-alcoholic soft drinks in Brighton will be getting a little bit more expensive this autumn with the proposal of a voluntary 10p ($0.15) levy across the city. Businesses have been invited to join Jamie Oliver’s crusade against sugary drinks by charging the tax, with proceeds going to the Children’s …

As Autumn begins, millions of horse chestnut conkers will tumble to the ground at the same time as wild mushrooms sprout up all over forests, parks and even people’s gardens. While this abundance of flourishing fungi and cascading conkers can be a spectacular sight, and in some cases an edible …

Tall people are more prone to cancer. So says a Swedish study of 5.5 million people. It found that for every 10cm of extra height the risk goes up by 18% for women (20% for breast cancer) and 11% for men. Researchers at the Karolinska Institute and University of Stockholm …