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Sweet’N Low tycoon jumps to his death

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Donald Tober CEO and co-founder of Sugar Foods jumped from the 11th floor of his luxurious $10 million Park Avenue apartment early Friday morning at a

Forgotten Bitcoin Password could cost man 220 million

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Bitcoin is rocketing up in value and with it the fortunes of those lucky enough to have invested in the crypto currency when it was in its infancy. Or

23 die in Norway after Pfizer vaccination

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A detailed investigation has been launched into the deaths of twenty-three elderly patients who died in Norway after being vaccinated with the Pfizer-

Chris Murphy manager of INXS dies of cancer

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Chris Murphy who managed the band INXS from 1979 until 1995 and then again in the 2000’s has passed away at his home in Sydney. Murphy who was 6

Ice cream in China contaminated with COVID-19

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Ice cream in China has tested positive for the Coronavirus. The Daqiaodao Food Company Ltd located in Tianjiin, China has been sealed and 1, 600 empl

Donald Trump and Biden clash over travel CHAOS as POTUS suddenly lifts UK and Brazil ban

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DONALD TRUMP has lifted the US Covid-19 travel ban on non-citizens flying in from the UK, Brazil and much of continental Europe via executive order.

New vaccines are on the way says Fauci..possible approval ‘weeks away.’

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The FDA has already authorized inoculations against Coronavirus from Pfizer and Moderna which are currently being distributed across the United States

203 Covid patients at York trust hospitals - 8 in intensive care

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MORE than 200 patients with coronavirus are today being treated at York and Scarborough hospital, after a further influx over the weekend - and th

Ouse in York may rise higher than 4 metres above normal - agency

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THE River Ouse in York could rise to more than 4 metres above normal summer levels later this week, the Environment Agency warned this evening.

OBITUARY: Malcolm Bonney of York's ambulance service

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GRIEVING family, friends and colleagues have paid loving tributes to a York ambulance man who died from Covid while working on the frontline.