Entry into and out of La Marina, which lies north of Lugo in Galicia will be banned from midnight tonight.
Frank Sinatra's elder daughter says that the late singer 'loathed' Donald Trump even as the president declared that he wanted to honor Ol' Blue Eyes with a monument. The two are seen in 1988.
Fewer than 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the U.S. on Saturday for the first time in four days, but there was little jubilation. Florida and Texas (pictured) held mass July 4 celeb...
The clap, at 5pm this evening, is a continuation from the success of the weekly Clap for Carers as a way to thank NHS staff for their tireless efforts throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Nigel Farage, 56, denied breaking lockdown after he visited a pub on Super Saturday - less than two weeks after he returned from a trip to the US. He was reported to the police by MP Ed Davey.
Today's figure - which includes care home deaths - brings the UK's total death toll to 44,220. Today's total is the second-lowest daily death toll figure reported in the UK since lockdown.
Michael Flynn tweeted a video of himself leading friends in the oath to the Constitution on Saturday night. At the end of the oath he added the QAnon slogan: 'Where we go one, we go all.'
Jayne Fowler, 59, decided to buy the £155,000 property in Salisbury, Wiltshire, after walking past an estate agents window while housesitting for a friend two years ago.
The Global Times tweeted after two U.S. aircraft carriers conducted exercises in the disputed South China Sea on Saturday. China and the US have accused the other of stoking tension.
Donald Trump threatened Saturday night that CNN 'watch what happens' after he accused the network of misrepresenting the 'meaning' of his Independence Day speech.
The virus found in the mine in China in 2012 caused fever, aches, coughs and breathing trouble, scientists said, which are symptoms that match Covid-19.
The Metropolitan Police said officers were called to the Holiday Inn on Bugsby's Way (pictured), Greenwich, south-east London, shortly after 10am on Sunday.
A job posted by the Department of Justice on Qantas' job site reads airline staff will take over from security guards in policing guests in quarantine after arriving from overseas.
Volunteer firefighter Zoey Salucci-McDermott, 21, and her partner Michael lost their home on New Year's Eve when bushfire tore through the town of Cobargo on the New South Wales south coast.
Police declared a riot twice in Portland, Oregon within 24 hours after protesters set off fireworks and projectiles into the federal court house and towards cops on Saturday.
Scientists working in Mexico believe they have unraveled the mystery of underwater caves where nine Ice Age skeletons were found. They now think humans went to the caves for ocher mining.
Virginia Giuffre, who alleges Prince Andrew had sex with her on three separate occasions, said he would be 'panicking' after Maxwell's arrest.
Housing commission residents have complained they are running out of food one day after being locked down to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Monika Tu, 57, arrived in Australia as a student in 1988 with no English, but now her firm sells $200 million of high-end real estate a year to mega-rich Chinese investors.
Gunfire broke out in cities across the US during Independence Day celebrations on Saturday, leaving dozens of people injured and at least 14 dead, including two children in Chicago.
Westminster Abbey, York Minster and Canterbury Cathedral all welcomed back worshippers this morning. Services took place under social distancing guidelines.
The popular video app, owned by Chinese company Bytedance, is used by more than 1.6 million Australians with an MP calling for it to be banned amid concerns for national security.
Thorpe Park welcomed visitors back through its doors for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown this weekend after the government gave the greenlight for theme parks to reopen.
Stephen Hahn wouldn't comment Sunday morning on President Doanld Trump's claim that the vast majority of coronavirus cases are 'totally harmless.'
West's Twitter announcement on Saturday was met with with mixed reactions as online bookmakers increased his odds of winning the election from 0.2 percent to two percent.
Officers interviewed the actor under caution following claims he groped the massage therapist's bottom and rubbed his private parts against her during an appointment at his London home.
US prosecutors have lodged a request to interview Andrew, made through the filing of a Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) to the Home Office.
Fire crews were called to Fife Zoo near Ladybank shortly after midday as the roof of a building caught fire.
Jade Jaye Sward's car flipped and smashed into a power pole after he lost control while driving in Old Beach, north of Hobart, Tasmania in July 2017.
Photos of Mark and Patricia McCloskey standing outside their palatial St. Louis property armed with an AR-15 and a handgun were beamed around the world last Sunday.
From graceful Oxford ingenue to New York party queen, Ghislaine Maxwell lived a life of glamour that is hard to reconcile with the charges now facing her following her arrest this week.
The dramatic arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell last week would have been a proud moment for Bradley Edwards, the US lawyer who has devoted his life to securing justice for women abused by Jeffrey Epste...
President Trump on Saturday promised that either a vaccine or a therapeutic to treat patients infected with the coronavirus would be available 'long before the end of the year.'
David D'Arcy, 43, and his wife Hayley Collins, 41, from Old Swan, Liverpool, were finally able to get married at St Anne's Church in Aigburth today after months of uncertainty.
Car enthusiasts from across the country took part in the all-day 'cruise' beginning at 10am in Barking before motoring up the M25 to meet at a service station and arriving in Harlow, Essex.
The Department of Health today announced an £8.4million study will be carried out on people who were hospitalised with coronavirus in the UK and it will begin at the end of this month.
Protesters in Baltimore hauled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into a harbor in defiance of President Trump hours after he compared them to 'Nazis and terrorists''.
EXCLUSIVE: Professor Jon Deeks, a medical testing expert at the University of Birmingham, told MailOnline PHE's work was 'not done in a way to make sure we get the best test'.
A 59-year-old woman fell to her death in the Grand Canyon on Friday - the second person this year to die in the park. On average there are 12 fatalities a year, many of them from heat stroke.
Stephen Cooper, who was photographed in a famous photo of terrified New Yorkers fleeing the falling World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, has died of coronavirus.
According to figures released by the NYPD, for the first six months of this year, there were 176 murders, an increase of 23 per cent on the 143 killed during the same period last year.
Sir David King argued such a number of deaths is 'likely' under the Government's current approach to tackling the deadly outbreak.
Ghislaine Maxwell payed £154,345 to company The Next Step which gave her advice 'on the preservation of life and how to relocate', court documents reveal. The Next Step is run by army veteran Ma...
Victoria's Police Association secretary says police have 'no plan' on how to enforce the coronavirus lockdown of nine Melbourne public housing towers.
Reverend Claire Towns, of St Barnabas Church, led the unique drive-in service, which began at 10am in Swanmore, Hampshire, along with lay minister Sally Beazley, 55.
A majority of Scots are in favour of independence, according to a new poll, with support for splitting from the UK now having been ahead for six months - the longest period ever recorded.
State schools are set to limit the numbers of GCSEs their pupils study to just five or six as plans continue to be drawn up for the education catchup - but private school pupils will be taught ni...
Data analysis by Brookings looked at the US population over the last decade. The population grew by 19.5 million over the last decade, according to the report.
The 80-year-old Melbourne woman was scratched by her cat, named Minty, and suffered bacterial meningitis when the animal licked the wounds in May.
A bottle was hurled at police sparking a tense standoff as hundreds of Black Lives Matter protesters refused to leave Hyde Park on Sunday.
At least 200 people, the majority proudly toting rifles, semi-automatic weapons and other firearms, gathered outside Capitol Square in Richmond to protest against gun control.
Police and emergency services were called to Liverpool Street in Sydney after reports a man had fallen off a balcony at around 6.15 on Sunday evening.
Close friend Laura Goldman says Ghislaine Maxwell warned the Duke of York against discussing convicted paedophile Epstein publicly. But he went ahead with his Newsnight interview.
Ablett played his 350th AFL match on Saturday and posted a heartfelt Instagram update on Sunday afternoon to thank fans, friends and family for their support and share Levi's diagnosis.
Mark Hoyle, 33, who keeps every 50p he's given in change, discovered the coin in his money bank after learning that they could be sold for thousands. There are six million in circulation.
Police were called to reports of a stabbing in Ravenscroft Place, Sheffield, at 10.30pm last night. The 55-year-old woman was rushed to hospital for treatment but died at 11.30pm.
Archeologist Philippe Charlier examined the Chapelle Expiatoire's (pictured) walls and said there was earth mixed with bone fragments.
English-born Derrick Otim drowned in Lake Keowee, South Carolina, according to local reports. Nottingham Forest FC have posted a tribute to the player.
Meghan Markle, 38, will take on the US presidency in producing a film with a politically-motivated 'renegade' character. She is believed to have struck a deal with Election Year author Lloyd Scot...
Labour has urged the Government to impose a 'wealth tax' on the 'very best off people' to pay for the coronavirus crisis if the UK economy fails to recover.
The raid on the 156-acre property where Maxwell was staying in New Hampshire, started at 8.20am on Thursday when FBI agents broke the lock on a metal gate leading to the property.
Melbourne is battling a horror second wave after 74 new cases were recorded Sunday forcing Premier Daniel Andrews to shut down nine public housing estates.
The actress, 34, looked relaxed and confident as she reclined on a picnic rug holding a book, soaking up the sunshine. Depp, 57, had tried to have her barred from his libel action.
Residents locked inside Melbourne public housing towers linked to an explosion of coronavirus cases in the city have issued a 'list of demands' to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.
Officers cleared the woodland near Eston, Teesside, and scolded revellers for heaping an unnecessary 'burden' onto the NHS. They also asked parents to check the 'whereabouts of children'.
Enid Lindeman was the dazzling eldest daughter of a well-to-do family who inherited their fortune from Dr Henry Lindeman, an early winemaker in the NSW Hunter Valley.
Dementia-sufferer Felicity Loveday, 84, vanished with her son Adrian Meneveau, 56, who had cared for her for the past seven years, after setting off from a wharf in Frankston, Victoria on Decembe...
The creator of Bridget Jones has admitted she finds it difficult to stomach the 'shocking' levels of sexism featured in the eponymous films - but is pleased by the progress made in the workplace.
The whistleblowers say they were constantly targeted by male colleagues - who would touch them inappropriately and make lewd comments.
Haami Hanara was found guilty of murdering homeless man Kelly Donner in March 2018 and sentenced to jail for life.
The 77-year-old diary of Margo Cooper was found at a Woolworths in Gordon, in Sydney's Upper North Shore, and was handed in to police on May 20.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for information as fears continue to grow for Charlotte Phillips and Mirela Toros from Slough who have not been seen since Wednesday July 1.
The 18-year-old was found dead behind Birdees nightclub in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley about midday on Sunday.
The 'hard lockdown' has forced residents in the towers across Flemington, Kensington and North Melbourne to stay inside under the eye of armed police on every floor of every block.
Six people who returned to Western Australia on a flight from Dubai have tested positive to coronavirus, with authorities examining their contact with other passengers.
Matt Hancock today refused to commit to giving NHS workers a pay rise but insisted they must be 'rewarded' for their hard work during the coronavirus crisis.
A second wave of COVID-19 is continuing to ravage Victoria, with 74 new cases recorded and 3,000 of the state's most vulnerable people placed in total lockdown.
NHS chiefs say the relationship between the health service and the UK Government is now being strained as the Chancellor's department is reluctant to continue to hire out private hospitals.
The secret compartments were found as part of one of the Metropolitan Police's largest operations to tackle serious and organised crime.
Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers has become a government minister on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. She defeated Victor Banks, 72, in the election, who had held an assembly seat for more than 40 years.
Jessica was grabbed by a man on the Yellowtail Loop in Anstey Hill Recreation Park in Adelaide's northeast on Friday morning.
Chris Palmers, whose Manchester-based company Carrick sells nitrous oxide to catering businesses across the UK, has been adding an increasing number of suppliers to his banned list.
Rachel Dolezal who lives in Washington State has said she feels 'vindicated' by Black Lives Matter after she was ridiculed five years ago saying she was black despite both parents being white.
ALEXANDRA SHULMAN had waited 212 days without a haircut because of lockdown, but was able to score the very first appointment with George Northwood as salons reopened on Saturday.
The vouchers proposed by the think tank 'The Resolution Foundation' would be valid for a year in areas including face-to-face retail, tourism and hospitality to help boost the UK high street.
Rishi Sunak's handling of the Covid-19 crisis has seen his personal poll ratings surge ahead of every member of the Government - including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Little was known about the buyer who snapped up Sirius, the iconic public tower in The Rocks overlooking Sydney Harbour for $150 million a year ago.
Imarn Ayton, a prominent organiser of Britain's Black Lives Matter protests who organised the rally in Parliament Square in June, says the campaign has been 'hijacked' by a group of far-Left acti...
Prince Charles praised the 'renewal of community spirit' that has seen volunteers helping the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic, as he marks the NHS's 72nd anniversary today.
A total of 108 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in Victoria, leading Mr Andrews to again warn the entire state could be put back into lockdown if things do not soon improve.
NSW Central Coast tradie Brad Osborne wont work again after he plummeted 10 metres down the hole while on a trail bike ride with his son in the Sunny Corner State Forest, west of Sydney in May.
The 43-year-old woman ran away from the Pullman Hotel in Auckland on foot at about 6.20pm on Saturday night.
There are fears asymptomatic staff were unknowingly spreading the disease to the most vulnerable by working at different locations.
Delilah the Staffordshire bull terrier had to be rescued from a Brisbane property in 2019 after being found so malnourished her ribs, spine and hip bones were exposed.
Trump, for the most part, steered clear of any overtly controversial choices, but historians have pointed out the rather 'random' selection and the politically tone deaf timing of the move.
Labor's Kristy McBain has claimed victory as the ALP narrowly avoided a humiliating loss to a sitting government in the Eden-Monaro by-election.
EXCLUSIVE: Olympic champion Linford Christie has accused the Metropolitan Police of 'institutional racism' after two of his athletes were stopped driving a car in London and handcuffed.
Among the first couples to get married after restrictions were relaxed, Heather and Tom had been due to celebrate their wedding just days after lockdown was imposed.
NSW has recorded 14 new coronavirus cases, but all were returned travellers from overseas who are now in hotel quarantine.
Mongols bikie boss Shane Bowden and former girlfriend Janet 'Aysen Unlu' Campbell, 43, were charged with aggravated assault and robbery after a home invasion in South Yarra, Melbourne.
NSW Police has released CCTV images of the incident at Mount Druitt train station on June 13 after shocking footage emerged on social media.
Every child holed up in Melbourne's public housing units in lockdown will receive an activity box filled with toys and puzzles to keep them busy during their forced isolation.
Seven women received pills in the post after giving bogus details to Marie Stopes UK and the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, an investigation commissioned by Christian Concern found.
Shocked bystanders captured the incident outside the supermarket at Pakenham Central Marketplace, south east of Melbourne, on Friday.
Tory MPs insisted the new 'trade and agriculture' commission, announced last week by International Trade Secretary Liz Truss (pictured), must have real teeth and not just be a 'talking shop'.
Mr Corbyn had previously put both controversial figures forward for elevation to the Upper House, alongside his key aide Karie Murphy - but all three are understood to have been rejected.
Trapped in their vast Los Angeles mansion by coronavirus, their new lives on pause, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle issue regular reminders to the British people of their charitable concerns.
Boris Johnson is being urged to plough £5.5billion into creating a 'green economy' of parks and open spaces to turbo-charge Britain's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Riley, 34, took to Twitter Saturday blasting the rumors in a lengthy statement, which read: 'To my knowledge, I have never met Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell - who is the accused procurer for convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein - was arrested by the FBI at the property in Bradford, New Hampshire on Thursday.
Matthew Tratt, 36, was attacked by a by a suspected great white shark off Indian Head at about 2pm on Saturday while spear fishing with his brother.
Lord Mandelson is the latest senior New Labour figure to be linked to a pro-Beijing lobby group - the 48 Group Club - whose chairman, Stephen Perry, is MD of the London Export Corporation.
Wests Tigers enforcer Joey Leilua was charged with grade three dangerous contact to the head and neck after a high shot on Penrith Panthers fullback Dylan Edwards on Saturday.
President Donald Trump continued his crusade against protesters targeting statues and national monuments, in a fiery Fourth of July speech comparing the 'radical left' to Nazis and terrorists. ...
A number of social media users have accused Mary Hart, a former Entertainment Tonight host, used a 'white power' sign while hosting the July 4th event at Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota
Emergency services were called to Henry Head Lane at La Perouse in south-east Sydney at 12.30pm on Sunday.
Ms Cordingley, then 24, was killed while she walked her dog at Wangetti Beach in Far North Queensland on the morning of October 21, 2018.
One of Scott Morrison's most senior ministers, Matthias Cormann, won't recontest the next election and will step down from cabinet at the end of the year.
Farhad Qaumi, 37, allegedly stabbed the 31-year-old prisoner, who cannot be named, repeatedly in the neck and face in a TV and utilities room in Goulburn Supermax on May 20.
An undercover report found that Jaswal Fashions in Leicester was paying workers as little as £3.50 an hour to produce items for some of the UK's biggest fashion brands including Boohoo.
Frances Thompson, from Southland in New Zealand, was recovering from bowel cancer last year when another tumour was found in her liver.
Gillian Phillip, a bestselling children's author, has been sacked after expressing support for fellow writer and Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling in the bitter online row over transgender rights...
Sunseekers who rejoiced yesterday when the Government gave the green light to foreign holidays have been warned that flights could be cancelled because of the continued travel chaos.
The Public Interest News Foundation handed a grant this year to 5Pillars, which ran an article suggesting MI5 may have arranged the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby.
Jenrick, currently embroiled in a 'cash for favours' row over a housing development, has denied being the minister to say there was no need for to prioritise a woman in the leadership race.
International sporting stars such as Tiger Woods are to be exempted from coronavirus quarantine laws to allow the 'crown jewels' summer events to take place, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Ahead of the Austrian GP, Lewis Hamilton has warned his fellow Formula 1 drivers that a failure to publicly demonstrate their opposition to racial injustice makes them 'complicit' in racism.
The National Crime Agency released texts from crooks harvested after the EncroChat system was compromised by investigators. It showed how scared they were at the idea of being caught
The British Medical Association and the Royal College of GPs appear keen to continue with what they call 'new ways of working', including working from home, after the pandemic.
Officers were called to the scene shortly before 9.30am today after an emergency worker was threatened by the man in Plymouth. Armed police raced to the scene where the incident continues.
Unite union boss Len McCluskey warned Keir Starmer (pictured) that the Labour membership remained 'wholeheartedly behind the radical nature of the policies' developed under Jeremy Corbyn.
The Mail on Sunday understands that the socialite owned the property in the mid-1990s when US prosecutors say the girl was abused at Maxwell's 'personal London residence'.
New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka dropped to the ground during live batting practice Saturday after being smashed in the head with a line drive off the bat of slugger Giancarlo Stanton.
A petition to reinstate Neil Buckley, a charity boss who was sacked after criticising the far-Left agenda of Black Lives Matter UK, has already secured over 13,500 supporters.
Hundreds of teachers are offering tutorials for up to £95 an hour on video conferencing service Zoom, with some breaking rules that ban them from doing private work during the school day.
In January, Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave Huawei the green light to build 35 per cent of Britain's next generation 5G internet infrastructure, but the report could put a stop to this.
As part of a bundle of 50 written by soldiers at the end of May 1940 from the 1st Battalion, the Suffolk Regiment, the postal van carrying them was abandoned in the confusion of battle.
President Donald Trump's former lawyer enjoyed a Thursday outing at a sidewalk table outside Le Bilboquet, a French restaurant in the Upper East Side.
Owen Morse shattered the record by flying his Wills Wing T3 hang glider over the Sierra Nevada mountains of eastern California on June 19.
The World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF-UK) has warned of an 'unedifying race to the bottom' in food standards if British farmers are forced to compete with inferior foreign imports.
Well, this is it then. Independence Day. Super Saturday. After three months and 11 days of closed doors and shuttered windows, Britain's restaurants and pubs are allowed to open.
Thousands of family wills drawn up during the lockdown have no legal force because they were witnessed over Zoom video calls, Whitehall sources revealed on Saturday.
Pret a Manger is set to close as many as one in ten of its high street sandwich shops, putting hundreds of jobs at risk. Pret CEO Pano Christou, will make the announcement next week.
Duchess of Sussex's friendship with Jessica Mulroney could come under more strain if the stylist is called to testify under oath about their friendship in Meghan Markle's legal battle.
US spy chiefs are planning a £200 million expansion of RAF Croughton to station an extra 1,500 intelligence officials at the base close to where motorcyclist Harry Dunn died.
Guards outnumber passengers by up to eight to one on deportation flights that send crooks and illegal immigrants out of Britain, a number which has increased over the past four years.
After three days of almost non-stop combat, former British Army soldier Daniel Burke was crouching behind a rooftop parapet in a town near the Iraq-Syria border.
Derrin Crawford, 23, who works for Emirates and is based in the United Arab Emirates, had been out for dinner with the man and agreed to go back to his apartment when it was raided by officers.
Carol Oldfield died from smoke inhalation after she put 3-In-One lubricant oil on her chips and turned on the hob in the kitchen at her Ripley, Derbyshire home, an inquest has heard.
President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order Friday to create a new memorial to the 'greatest Americans who ever lived' as protesters across the U.S. call for certain statues to be removed.