Furious residents lash out at Instagrammers flocking to ‘Blue Lagoon’ beauty spot in Wales

Furious villagers have lashed out at Instagrammers who they say are ruining a beauty spot by parking illegally, dumping rubbish and leaving dog mess in their quest for the perfect selfie. The enraged residents say social media users are flocking to Margam, near Port Talbot, South Wales, to snap a selfie in front of the … Read more

Only St Vincent residents who’ve had Covid jabs will be evacuated onto cruise ships, PM announces 

The Prime Minister of St. Vincent has announced that only those residents of the Caribbean island who have received their Covid-19 vaccinations will be evacuated following the two explosions from the La Soufriere volcano. The volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted for a second time as thousands of residents were ordered … Read more

How 400 residents of Yaoh-nanen saw Prince Philip as an honorary tribesman 

South Pacific islanders mourn for their God: How 400 residents of Yaoh-nanen saw Prince Philip as an honorary tribesman Hundreds of residents of Yaohnanen saw Prince Philip as honorary tribesman Livestock have been slaughtered ahead of weeks of mourning on the island Tribe had been eagerly awaiting a return trip since royal couple’s visit in 1950s … Read more

Sandbanks residents at war over £250m plan to build ‘soulless’ block of 119 flats on Victorian hotel

Millionaire residents of Sandbanks are battling developers over plans to build a ‘soulless’ block of flats on the site of an historic hotel where inventor of the radio Guglielmo Marconi established the world’s first wireless communications.  Almost 5,000 letters of objection have been lodged against the £250million development, which if approved by planning officers, would … Read more

Sandbanks residents at war over £250m plan to build ‘soulless’ block of 119 flats on Victorian hotel

Millionaire residents of Sandbanks are battling developers over plans to replace a historic hotel, where inventor of the radio Guglielmo Marconi lived, with a ‘soulless block of flats’.  Almost 5,000 letters of objection have been lodged against the £250million development, which if approved by planning officers, would see the Haven Hotel at Poole Harbour, Dorset, bulldozed … Read more

Furious residents at war with developers over plans to demolish £300k home to build a CYCLE PATH

Developers are proposing demolishing a ‘perfectly good’ house which is less than 20 years old to make way for a cycle path.   The £300,000 four-bedroom private home could be destroyed to create a cycle route to a new ‘affordable’ housing development. The move has prompted outrage from neighbours who say plans to flatten the house will … Read more

Furious residents at war with developers over plans to demolish £300k home to build a CYCLE PATH

Furious residents are at war with developers over plans to demolish £300k four-bed private home to make way for CYCLE PATH through their suburban cul-de-sac The ‘perfectly good’ £300,000 four-bed house is in a leafy Cardiff cul-de-sac Plans to flatten the home are to build a cycle lane for ‘affordable’ houses nearby Residents in the … Read more

Soho residents revolt over plans for al-fresco drinking and dining

Locals living in Soho are revolting over plans for al-fresco drinking and dining, as they claim they will be forced to move out due to noise when Covid rules ease on Monday.   Westminster City Council is allowing pubs and restaurants to open tables on the pavement so venues can start operating again under the relaxed … Read more

Care home residents will get to see two visitors as lockdown eases from April 12

Care home residents will be allowed to have two visitors from April 12 enabling to see their grandchildren for the first time in months From Monday April 12, care home residents will be allowed two regular visitors They will be able to meet with two nominated friends or relatives indoors and hold hands but guests … Read more

Campaigners start legal action over Covid ban stopping home residents aged over-65 from taking trips

Campaigners start legal action over Covid ban stopping care home residents aged over-65 from taking trips to see family and friends during pandemic The action is being taken by dementia rights pressure group John’s Campaign  Government guidance says only under-65s can be allowed out to see people It blames rule on risk older care home … Read more