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Hailstone Close, Rowley Regis. Photo: Google Officers were called to Hailstone Close on Saturday night where they found the partygoers. The homeowner was handed a fixed penalty notice after they exceeded the number of people allowed to gather indoors by nearly seven fold. Under the current rules, people can meet indoors in a group of …

By Associated Press, CNN22:39 US President Joe Biden has opened the first overseas trip with a declaration that “the United States is back” as he seeks to reassert the nation on the world stage and steady European allies deeply shaken by his predecessor. Mr Biden has set the stakes for his eight-day trip in sweeping …

MENU Our Network Sites Home > News > India This is a breaking story. More details will be added soon. Published: June 7, 2021 6:51 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited …

World health officials are on alert after a variant of bird flu, H10N3, was detected in a human being in China. A number of various bird flu strains often appear in workers dealing with poultry, with a recent case of H5N6 bird flu being reported in a forest park in Shenyang in April. Beijing’s National …

MENU Our Network Sites Home > News > India BREAKING: Lockdown Extended in Bihar Till June 8 Published: May 31, 2021 12:36 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited by Kritika Bansal …

MENU Our Network Sites Home > News > India Haryana Lockdown: “We have decided to extend COVID lockdown till June 7. Shops can now operate from 9 am to 3 pm”, asserted Khattar …

New Delhi: Lockdown in the national capital will be relaxed after May 31, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Friday.  The Chief Minister, while addressing a press conference, asserted that this lockdown will last till Monday, 5 am. “We will begin the unlocking process. Construction activities and factories will be reopened from Monday keeping the …

A physician representing a Japanese medical body has warned that holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics in two months could lead to the spread of variants of the coronavirus. Dr Naoto Ueyama, chairman of the Japan Doctors Union, said the International Olympic Committee and the Japanese government had underestimated the risks of bringing 15,000 Olympic and …

Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care Cervices, Richard Colbeck says health authorities “make no apologies” for prioritising aged care residents over the staff who work in those facilities in getting the coronavirus vaccine. Dr Colbeck said 29 aged care facilities in Victoria yet to receive their doses of the coronavirus vaccine will be prioritised …

The movement restrictions have affected longhouse residents badly, in terms of health and incomes. (Facebook pic) PETALING JAYA: Atong Siyang, 69, a member of the Punan tribe in Sarawak, has a nerve issue with his backbone which requires treatment. But he has to bear the pain while waiting for movement restrictions to be lifted. Atong …