The asteroid, which has been named 1998 QE2, is due to sail past the Earth at 9.59pm UK time on May 31.
Boxford Stores in Suffolk is under threat after its 94-year-old owner, Catherine Lee, passed away. Historians say it was first opened as a warehouse in 1420 and its interior has barely changed since. Postmaster Richard Gates is starting a campaign to save it.
The victim ‘was assaulted’ at the soap’s studios in Manchester in the 1960s by ‘household name’ star. It is believed she has now spoken to police in Devon, and Lancashire Police are investigating.
The plans, to be unveiled on Monday by Jeremy Hunt, will require top Whitehall officials to perform roles such as GP receptionist and hospital porter for a total of four weeks a year for six years.
The Chancellor's demands for cuts of up to 10 per cent have been challenged by some senior ministers with barely a month until he announces the plans for 2015-16.
A host of companies impose unrealistic caps on payouts for the theft of valuables, research has found.
David Beckham will retire TONIGHT after Paris Saint-German's final home game of the season against Brest, instead of next week against Lorient.
Thus far, these hard-partying oil traders have been exempt from the big banking scandals that have rocked the City since 2008, writes former City broker GERAINT ANDERSON.They did not create toxic mortgage products, indulge in insider trading or manipulate the Libor inter-bank lending rates to make borrowing more expensive. However, that may be about to change.
Allegations 'victim was assaulted' at Manchester studios in the 1960s by 'household name' star. It is believed she has been interviewed by police in Devon, while police in Lancashire have made an arrest.
The victim, 21-year-old Andrea Rebello, was at the home in Long Island, New York with her sister and two other friends when the suspect broke in at 2.20am. The suspect, who has not been named, was also shot dead at the home during gunfire from police.
The legal fight between Martin Coward, 55, and Elena Ambrosiadou centred over computer software which turned their fund IKOS into a £2.1 billion business.
A woman who disappears while swimming off the Lincolnshire coast in the early hours is found alive after a major search operation.
The European Commission has decided to ban re-usable olive oil jugs and dipping bowls in order to ‘protect customers’ from 1 January 2014.
The 14-loop ride left riders stuck on board and Alton Towers chiefs red-faced when it stalled after just a couple of runs.
The number of primary schools with more than 700 pupils has soared 60 per cent in three years, with the biggest schools in deprived parts of London and Birmingham, according to Department for Education statistics.
Chloe Johnson died yesterday in the pool at the Coral Sea Waterworld hotel in Sharm el-Sheikh. Travel company First Choice confirmed the death of the youngster, from Forest Hill, south London.
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson, from Doncaster, lost both legs and suffered more than 40 injuries in a Taliban bomb attack in 2006.
Roy Hodgson's Football Legends team take on Army players at the Madejski Stadium to raise money for two military charities.
Cheznye Emmons, from Great Wakering, Essex, tragically died after drinking from a bottle labelled 'gin' that later turned out to be filled with deadly methanol.
Defence Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said the North fired three missiles today and that its intent was unclear. In March, North Korea tested two short-range missiles off its east coast.