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Some 100 visitors will be able to join the Faroese Maintenance Crew in exchange for free room and board in late April.

Faroes to shut to tourists for weekend – but 100 can stay free to aid clean-up

Some 100 visitors will be able to join the Faroese Maintenance Crew in exchange for free room and board in late April.

The couple appeared in front of a regal portrait of the Duchess of Sussex.

Beyonce and Jay-Z ‘bow down’ to Meghan with Brits acceptance speech

The couple appeared in front of a regal portrait of the Duchess of Sussex.

Mummy Meagz says its a cruelty-free alternative.

A chocolatier has created vegan cream eggs for Easter

Mummy Meagz says its a cruelty-free alternative.

Hong Kong label Izzue sent models out wearing boots, coats and jumpers on their heads in what is possibly a first even for London Fashion Week.

Boots on heads next trend, London Fashion Week show suggests

Hong Kong label Izzue sent models out wearing boots, coats and jumpers on their heads in what is possibly a first even for London Fashion Week.

Daisy Demetre was modelling for Panda London, a brand that is putting diversity at the heart of its clothes.

8-year-old double amputee cartwheels down the catwalk at London Fashion Week

Daisy Demetre was modelling for Panda London, a brand that is putting diversity at the heart of its clothes.

Sterling met Ethan Ross at Rodney Parade, months after writing the under-14s player a letter of support.

Raheem Sterling meets young Newport player who suffered racial abuse

Sterling met Ethan Ross at Rodney Parade, months after writing the under-14s player a letter of support.

Secondary school students across the UK have been taking part in the Youth Strike 4 Climate protests.

12 of the most powerful climate change placards from the Youth Strike 4 Climate marches

Secondary school students across the UK have been taking part in the Youth Strike 4 Climate protests.

Diana Clark, 72, usually carries out the selfless act with her local church but decided to go out by herself when the group could not.

Pompey gran hailed as a ‘legend’ for solo soup run to help the homeless

Diana Clark, 72, usually carries out the selfless act with her local church but decided to go out by herself when the group could not.

'Passports are red, but soon they’ll be blue. If you think that that’s progress, You must be on glue.'

Home Office swamped by sarcastic Valentine’s Day messages on Twitter

'Passports are red, but soon they’ll be blue. If you think that that’s progress, You must be on glue.'

The pair proclaimed their support for the LGBT community on the red carpet before Sunday's awards ceremony.

The Favourite’s Weisz and Colman back gay rights on Baftas red carpet

The pair proclaimed their support for the LGBT community on the red carpet before Sunday's awards ceremony.

The picture showed a woman in a provocative pose while photos advertising male kits showed boys and men in athletic wear.

JD Sports removes suggestive image of woman in football strip after complaint

The picture showed a woman in a provocative pose while photos advertising male kits showed boys and men in athletic wear.

'Hi, I just asked a colleague at work if they wanted a bite of this product and everything has escalated so quickly I have an HR disciplinary at 2.'

Shoppers get the giggles as M&S launches ‘love sausage’ for Valentine’s Day

'Hi, I just asked a colleague at work if they wanted a bite of this product and everything has escalated so quickly I have an HR disciplinary at 2.'

'It is like Tinder, but with dogs.'
A burger on sale in Melbourne, Australia, has been condemned as being in poor taste.

Pablo’s Escoburgers restaurant criticised over patty topped with fake cocaine

A burger on sale in Melbourne, Australia, has been condemned as being in poor taste.

She said it felt like being sat in a  room with her abusive ex.

Woman’s ‘abusive’ interview at UK tech firm sparks outrage online

She said it felt like being sat in a room with her abusive ex.

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