Coronavirus digest: Red Cross warns of vaccine ‘fake news’

Pandemic profits: How some made billions during the COVID-19 crisis Ingredients for success Food services company HelloFresh is booming. Profits have more than tripled during the pandemic, figures from the latest quarterly earnings report showed in early November. Co-founder and shareholder Dominik Richter has been making the most of restaurants being closed. He’s not quite […]

UN warns of coronavirus surge in humanitarian needs

Pandemic profits: How some made billions during the COVID-19 crisis How rich can you get? Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (pictured with his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez in front of the Taj Mahal) is in a class of his own. His e-commerce company has done brisk business in the pandemic, seeing Amazon shares hit new records. Bezos […]

Metro Denver’s housing market has staying power, but it will need to get through a bumpy winter

Metro Denver’s housing market seems unstoppable, setting record after record in the resale market and leading the country for the gain in pending new home sales. But the rising tide of COVID-19 cases and the economic disruption they will trigger are raising concerns about the staying power of the housing recovery both here and across […]

John Gilbert Getty’s death is yet another tragedy for family plagued by scandal, addiction and specter of kidnapping

In another unspeakable tragedy, Andrew Getty, the 47-year-old grandson J. Paul, was found bleeding in the bathroom hallway of his Hollywood Hills mansion in March 2015. Andrew’s ex-girlfriend, Lanessa DeJonge – whom Getty had filed a restraining order against just two weeks prior – finds his body, though the police don’t believe there was any […]

The Wanted star Tom Parker, 32, reveals he has been diagnosed with a terminal and inoperable brain tumour – and vows to ‘fight all the way’ for the sake of his pregnant wife and children

Tom told OK! Magazine he underwent tests after he began suffering unexplained seizures, with doctors giving the family the ‘worst case scenario’ and revealing he had a grade four glioblastoma when they were on a staycation in Norwich just six weeks ago. 

AstraZeneca boss dismisses criticism of Oxford coronavirus vaccine’s ‘shaky science’ – amid fears it might NOT be approved by regulators – and insists the jab works ‘whichever way you cut the data’

Oxford said there have been no serious safety concerns. Mild side effects have been relatively common in small trials, with many participants reporting that their arm hurt after the jab and they later suffered a headache, exhaustion or muscle pain. More data is being collected.