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Kenny Ireland, the Scottish actor and theatre director, well known for playing ageing swinger Donald Stewart in the hit ITV sitcom “Benidorm” has died at the age of 68.
Luke Newberry is joining to the cast of “Banana” — the brand-new gay-themed drama series from Russell T Davies for E4 — it has emerged.
FUNimation has streamed the first preview clip for its upcoming limited theatrical release to the anime movie "Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods."
UPDATE: A boost it is for the box office as "Guardians of the Galaxy" took in an estimated $11.2 million from the Thursday showings.
The world’s largest consumer products maker is about to get smaller, much smaller. Proctor and Gamble will shed up to 100 brands in the next year, in the end leaving the industry giant with about 70 to 80 of its top brands moving forward.
Snapchat, a photo-sharing service, is in talks with investors about an investment that would value it at billions of dollars.
Sony, the Japanse tech giant, has produced a net profit of 25.7 billion yen ($250 million) for the three months to 30 June. This is up from 3.1 billion yen a year ago.
The key Dow Jones index fell more than 300 points today wiping out all its gains for 2014. The Standard and Poor 500 also experienced its sharpest decline since April.
BitTorrent has unveiled a new decentralized messaging platform specifically designed to protect user metadata and anonymity.
"Google barges" was a large ship event meant to float about and showcase projects such as Google Glass. Now one boat was to an unknown owner and is allegedly being turned into scrap.
Tor, the free Internet privacy network that aims to protect its users' anonymity, announced on Wednesday that many of those users may have been identified by government-funded researchers.
Austrian law student Max Schrems launched a class action suit in Austria against Facebook for general non-compliance with European Union privacy law.
Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa) spent much of June spreading his anti-gay marriage message, claiming gay marriage led to fewer marriages and single motherhood. He also claimed anti-gay marriage business owners are being sent to re-education camps.
The Iowa Democrat candidate running for the Senate seems to have a knack for insulting farmers, who are a huge voting bloc in the state.
Former President Bill Clinton, one day before the 9/11 attack on New York City and the Pentagon - using civilian airliners filled with passengers - boasted that he could have killed Usama bin Laden but turned down the chance.
They are supposed to be the good guys. They argue their actions are one of self defense, but anyone who values human life will see Israel does not have a halo above its head.
It was a night that left many believing a new English star was born. Following one of the best individual performances since the turn of the millennium –– orchestrated by Lionel Messi –– 12 months prior, Arsenal received an opportunity at retribut
In the professional sport of heavyweight boxing, perhaps no man inflicted more quivering fear into his opponents than Michael Gerard Tyson.
The 2014-15 NBA season should be much different then last year for the LA Lakers as the front office has made a number of moves to improve the purple and gold, but with money left to spend, could GM Mitch Kupchak have another move or two up his sleeve?
July was a busy month for most NBA franchises reeling in high-calibre free agents, but for those like the Houston Rockets that failed to add the big name talent they coveted, a trade to acquire star PG Rajon Rondo could remedy their situation.
A young deer was being held and is belly was being rubbed, but when the belly rub stops and the man tries to put the deer down, it starts to cry.
Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa) spent much of June spreading his anti-gay marriage message, claiming gay marriage led to fewer marriages and single motherhood. He also claimed anti-gay marriage business owners are being sent to re-education camps.
René Becker, 61, had been living outside Mallorca's Son Sant Joan airport for seven years. When he passed away Thursday morning, thousands just passed him by without noticing, for at least six hours.
The Iowa Democrat candidate running for the Senate seems to have a knack for insulting farmers, who are a huge voting bloc in the state.
As the worst ever outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus unfolds across a swathe of countries in West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) is set to reveal a $100 million package of measures to combat the virus.
Our nation needs a welfare system that people will benefit from, not chain them to the system of which they can never escape. A revised system created of four branches could correct, accelerate and improve the process by doing just a few simple things.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported there are over 215 complaints each month about electric cigarettes.
Our story comes from the east coast of the United States, in the state of New Hampshire. Life can be difficult for those with hyperacusis; this article is meant to spread awareness of the disorder not to cause someone suffering, more difficult times.
The UK government recently announced that starting next year, in January, driverless cars will be allowed on public roads.
Irena Mujakovic brought her Saab back under warranty for a second round of repairs and received a bill for $400 in labor. She filed a complaint with the DMV and got a refund in the form of two bags full of pennies and some dollar bills.
The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has apparently confirmed what many family buyers have thought for a long time — small cars are not safe in head-on crashes.
New research says cellphone bans do not actually cut down on accidents. After many media and government campaigns against "distracted driving" this may change how some people think.
René Becker, 61, had been living outside Mallorca's Son Sant Joan airport for seven years. When he passed away Thursday morning, thousands just passed him by without noticing, for at least six hours.
The wife of Ontario Lieutenant-Governor David Onley commemorated Canada's military last night by singing her husband's song We Are the People of the Maple Leaf.
Israeli forces in the southern Gaza Strip are searching for a missing soldier they fear may have been captured by militants at the start of a new ceasefire Friday, the army said.
Today is Emancipation Day throughout the British Empire, including Canada. The Slavery Abolition Act was signed on this date in 1834 ending African enslavement.
Our nation needs a welfare system that people will benefit from, not chain them to the system of which they can never escape. A revised system created of four branches could correct, accelerate and improve the process by doing just a few simple things.
Lisa Mason had taken out a private loan with her parents as co-signers. After passing away from liver failure her parents inherited both her children and her debt.
With 35 percent of American adults in debt collection, hindering their credit scores, we need all 50 U.S. states to require personal finance, in addition to the usual economics, in the mandatory high school curricula.
Home-owning is an inalienable part of the American dream, or at least that’s what we've thought for the last 60 years. Since World War II, home ownership has formed the cornerstone of upward mobile aspiration.
The North American seafood chain that urges customers to "Sea Food Differently" is hoping they'll be willing to think a little differently about its restaurants, too.
The students of Holy Cross College professor Andrea Borghini in Worcester, Massachusetts have the opportunity to not only look at what they eat, but they get to ponder the philosophy of food.
Rocked by a recent food safety scandal, a prominent U.S food supplier is withdrawing all products produced by its Chinese subsidiary due to health and safety concerns.
More than 350 million tons of food is wasted every year, this seems criminal when half the world go short on fresh fruit and vegetables. Just because some foods don't meet exacting aesthetic standards that today's consumer expects, they're thrown.
Nikki Beach Resorts are planned in both Croatia and Greece. While one is about to open in 3 days, the other has some way to go.
After a 13-year battle with bureaucracy, Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service is set to start in Croatia next month.
The Indian tourism ministry has just released travel data showing that Indians made 1,145 million individual tourist trips within India in 2013, about 10 percent more than in 2012.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's recently presented union budget included a large number of proposals for the travel and tourism industry. The sector is expecting a push to come out of the slow year in 2013.
A new study indicates that drug-resistant malaria is spreading in South East Asia, and that it has now reached the Cambodia-Thailand border.
Researchers at Northeastern University in Boston have mapped the movements of thousands of notable individuals over the past 2,000 years, a unique approach that reveals patterns that are not immediately obvious.
In 2010, construction crews working at the One World Trade Center site made a startling discover while digging beneath the streets of New York:
Scientists have devised a simple blood test that can be used to diagnose whether people have cancer or not. The researchers are heralding it as the first 'universal test for cancer'.
A U.K. museum has lost its accreditation status after a controversial sale of a 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue to a private collector.
The diaries of war poet Siegfried Sassoon, who wrote many poems about the horrors of World War I, are being published online for the first time.
Proposals for new Sydney artwork have raised howls of indignation and irritation. The City of Developers is to be blessed with a gigantic milk crate, a 75m steel cloud, and various ornamental birds.
Cairns has just hosted a spectacular three day arts extravaganza: the fifth Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), featuring the work of numerous Queensland artists.
Wednesday saw an announcement by the online bulletin-board service, Pinterest, that it was buying out the Spanish start-up Icebergs, a site specializing in letting creative people collaborate on projects by uploading video and other digital content.
A blogger was fired from an online language learning school for those not native to the English language over a somewhat politically charged blog about homophones called 'homophonia'
A young man who claimed in a drunk video to be the 'heir to half of Manhattan' is now working as a lowly intern in a Brooklyn office and has hired an attorney to sue the person who shot the video and posted it.
A mysterious woman in black is walking from state to state in America. Due to technology thousands of fans eagerly await the next pictures and news.
As the worst ever outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus unfolds across a swathe of countries in West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) is set to reveal a $100 million package of measures to combat the virus.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported there are over 215 complaints each month about electric cigarettes.
Our story comes from the east coast of the United States, in the state of New Hampshire. Life can be difficult for those with hyperacusis; this article is meant to spread awareness of the disorder not to cause someone suffering, more difficult times.
Multiple factors contribute to this from less responsive care by weekend staff to long wait times but they all point to one thing; having a heart attack on a weekday helps you live through it.
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