Widely mocked Cristiano Ronaldo statue replaced by new model at Madeira Airport

An infamous bust of Cristiano Ronaldo mocked for its resemblance to former Sunderland striker Niall Quinn and The Head from Art Attack has been replaced by a new model. On the same day that the...

World Cup 2018: Harry Kane ‘excited’ for England’s opening match against Tunisia

England kick off their World Cup campaign against Tunisia in Volgograd tonight with captain Harry Kane declaring the Three Lions are "excited to get going". Fewer than 3,000 England fans have made the journey to...

Five killed in car chase involving US Border Patrol agents in Texas

At least five people were killed and several others injured after a vehicle carrying 14 people crashed while being chased by US Border Patrol agents in Texas. The SUV lost control at over 100mph and...

Bank of England governor Mark Carney ‘not familiar with UK economy’ – Sentance

A former member of the Bank of England's rate-setting committee has launched a scathing attack on the current governor, accusing Mark Carney of failing to understand the UK economy. Andrew Sentance, who served as an...

MPs facing increased abuse from online trolls

MPs are facing increased levels of abuse from online trolls using social media to deliver personal attacks, new figures reveal. Sky News has been shown the results of a survey of parliamentary candidates from the...

Theresa May under pressure to explain £20bn NHS funding plan

Theresa May is under pressure to explain how the government plans to provide the NHS with an extra £384m a week after talk of a "Brexit dividend" to help provide the cash was widely...

Japan earthquake: Three dead, more than 200 injured in 6.1 magnitude quake around Osaka

A nine-year-old girl is among three people to have died following a 6.1 magnitude earthquake in and around the Japanese city of Osaka. Local officials confirmed the death toll, which includes two men in their...

Melania Trump ‘hates’ to see children separated from families at US border

Melania Trump has waded into the row over a controversial White House clampdown on immigration that has seen thousands of children separated from their families at the US border. The debate over the zero tolerance...

Cowes’ Northwood Tennis Courts In Need Of Repair

Isle of Wight residents are being asked to rally together today (Sunday) in order to raise money for Cowes' tennis courts. The courts, which have been a staple of Northwood House since being built in...

Arreton Gardens To Open For Public

Ten of Arreton's finest gardens are opening to the public today (Sunday). It's to raise money for relationship councilling charity Relate - which is based on the Island. Between 12 and 5 pm visitors will be able...

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