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Men and women 'need different things' to keep friendships alive

Your ability to keep long-distance friendships alive may depend on your gender, according to a new study.

What makes women good dancers? Study finds it is all in the hips

What makes women good dancers? Study finds it is all in the hips

Researchers may have discovered the secret to turning heads as a woman on the dance floor - and it turns out it is all in the hips.

Newspaper apologises after using Baldwin SNL photo instead of Trump

Newspaper apologises after using Baldwin SNL photo instead of Trump

A newspaper in the Dominican Republic has had to apologise to readers after it mistakenly used a photo of Alec Baldwin impersonating Donald Trump instead of the US President himself.

Hefner's Playboy magazine brings back naked women to bare all once again

Hefner's Playboy magazine brings back naked women to bare all once again

Playboy has announced it will bring back nudity, a year after it stopped printing pictures of naked women.

'Confused' car driver takes wrong turn down steps in central London

'Confused' car driver takes wrong turn down steps in central London

A "confused" driver who got lost and took a wrong turn in central London ended up careering down pedestrian steps.

Cutting down still isn't enough

Smokers are being urged to quit altogether.

police line do not cross tape on tree

Graves left desecrated in South Tyneside

Detectives are hunting for those responsible.

Jermain Defoe meets fans at Hetton

Sunderland fans get the chance to watch the lads in training

The Stadium of Light will open to supporters.

Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart heads to Chester-le-street

The singer's set to perform at the Cricket club in the summer.

Northumbria Police

Fatal collision in Sunderland

The collision happened this morning on Colliery Lane

Unilever slump as Kraft Heinz abandons £115bn merger

Shares in Marmite maker Unilever have slumped by 8% after US rival Kraft Heinz abandoned its £115bn offer to swallow up the consumer goods giant.

Trump protests across UK as MPs debate state visit petition

Trump protests across UK as MPs debate state visit petition

Protests are set to take place across the UK against Donald Trump, as the upcoming state visit by the US president is debated in Parliament.

House builder Bovis sees shares plunge after profits slide

House builder Bovis sees shares plunge after profits slide

Shares in house builder Bovis have plunged after it reported a fall in profits over a "difficult" year, took a £7m hit for customer service problems, and said it would slow the pace of building in 2017.

House asking price growth slows amid Brexit fears: Rightmove

House asking price growth slows amid Brexit fears: Rightmove

House asking prices are rising at the slowest rate for nearly four years amid rising inflation, fears about Brexit and a tighter lending rules, new figures suggest.

Bottle deposit scheme 'win-win' for environment

Bottle deposit scheme 'win-win' for environment

One of the UK largest waste management companies has said that a deposit-return scheme would be a "win-win" situation for the environment.

Moonlight outshines Oscar favourite La La Land at WGA awards

Oscar favourite La La Land has taken its first major blow this awards season, losing the Writers Guild of America gong for Moonlight.

Daniel Craig now second longest-serving 007

Daniel Craig now second longest-serving 007

Daniel Craig has become cinema's second longest-serving James Bond by playing the role for 4,147 days - or almost 11-and-a-half years.

Piers Morgan pulls out of hosting RTS Awards over 'silly' campaign

Piers Morgan pulls out of hosting RTS Awards over 'silly' campaign

Piers Morgan has pulled out of hosting the Royal Television Society Programme Awards over a "silly" campaign to ban him.

Drive my car: Beatles star George Harrison's Porsche being auctioned

Drive my car: Beatles star George Harrison's Porsche being auctioned

A rare black Porsche 928 once owned by Beatles guitarist George Harrison is being put up for auction.

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to star in TV drama with Angelina Jolie'

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to star in TV drama with Angelina Jolie'

Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly signed up to star with Angelina Jolie in a TV drama about Syrian refugees.

Football 'in denial' over link between heading and brain injury

Football authorities are "in denial" over the link between heading a ball and serious brain injury, according to the family of Chesterfield FC's all-time leading goalscorer.

Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia

Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia

Referee Mark Clattenburg has quit the Premier League and is moving to Saudi Arabia.

Swim legend Grant Hackett found 'safe and well' after missing fears

Swim legend Grant Hackett found 'safe and well' after missing fears

Aussie swimming star Grant Hackett has been found safe and well after going missing, according to his father.

England's Joe Root hopes to be 'instinctive' captain

England's Joe Root hopes to be 'instinctive' captain

New England Test captain Joe Root says he hopes to be an "instinctive" skipper, and wants to lead a "tougher" national team to the next level.

Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history

Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history

Lincoln have become the first non-league team to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup in more than 100 years.

North Korea demands to see Kim Jong-Nam 'assassination' suspects

North Korea has demanded to see the suspects detained over the apparent assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother, saying the investigation by the Malaysian authorities cannot be trusted.

Unilever slump as Kraft Heinz abandons £115bn merger

Unilever slump as Kraft Heinz abandons £115bn merger

Shares in Marmite maker Unilever have slumped by 8% after US rival Kraft Heinz abandoned its £115bn offer to swallow up the consumer goods giant.

Adolf Hitler's wartime telephone sells for £195,000

Adolf Hitler's wartime telephone sells for £195,000

Hitler's personal telephone - used to dictate many of his deadly Second World War commands - has been sold at auction for £195,000.

US defence secretary James Mattis rules out seizing Iraq's oil

US defence secretary James Mattis rules out seizing Iraq's oil

The US defence secretary James Mattis has said his country is not in Iraq "to steal anybody's oil" on a surprise visit to Baghdad.

Unirule: China's crackdown on economists and free speech

Unirule: China's crackdown on economists and free speech

When China's president travels abroad, he likes to present an image of a country that is open and outward-looking.

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