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Energy supplier E.ON has announced an average price rise of 3.7% for its dual fuel customers, effective from January 18.
A teenager has died in a freak electrocution accident while apparently searching for Christmas decorations in the loft of her house.
A surfer who went to hospital after suffering mystery cuts to his hand and leg was surprised to learn he had been bitten by a shark.
The 'Move' four-piece and UK star Ellie were both winners at this year's show.
The photographer who pictured the two stars says it was a "very intimate" photoshoot.
The 'Hand On Heart' star will be the first performer to take to the Jingle Bell Ball stage this weekend.
The world continues to mourn the passing of the former South African President who died aged 95 yesterday.
Two people are in custody after they allegedly tried to steal parts of the Porsche that crashed killing Paul Walker and another man.
Amanda Bynes has left a rehabilitation clinic and is now living at her mother's house in Los Angeles, her lawyer has said.
The Fast & Furious team has released a two-minute tribute video in memory of Paul Walker, who was killed in a car crash near Hollywood at the weekend.
Martin Bashir has resigned from MSNBC after suggesting on his show that former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin eats faeces.
England's Ashes woes continued at the Adelaide Oval as Australia turned the screw on day two of the second Test.
Christine Ohuruogu has been named Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year during an awards ceremony at Sky Studios in London.
Simon Dyson has been handed a two-month ban, suspended for 18 months, and fined £30,000 for a "serious breach" of the European Tour's code of behaviour during October's BMW Masters.
Premiership rugby clubs have confirmed they will not compete in the revamped Heineken Cup from next season.
Doctors at a Northern California hospital say a couple have given birth to an extremely rare set of naturally conceived identical triplets.
The Pope has revealed he once worked as a nightclub bouncer in his native Argentina.
An animal rights group has filed what it says is the first lawsuit seeking to declare a captive chimpanzee named Tommy a "legal person".
A sea eagle snatched a video camera recording crocodiles in northwest Australia and captured footage of its 70-mile (110km) flight.
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