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2014/07/25 15:12
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These were among the cases heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court from July 11-17. Jacob Hedley, 39, of Newcombe Close, Milcombe, was found guilty of assault by beating and committing a further offence...
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2014/07/23 19:09
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Team Scotland table tennis player Gavin Rumgay holds the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton whilst getting a massage in the Team Scotland camp at the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village in Glasgow. Team...
2014/07/22 07:08
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TOMORROW will be the proudest day of Euan Burton’s sporting career. The judo ace will lead Team Scotland into the Commonwealth Games before he bows out of competing for good. It’s every athlete’s...
2014/07/21 16:51
2014/07/21 16:51
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Burton is Scottish flagbearer Judo's Euan Burton has been named as the flag bearer who will lead Team Scotland into the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. Athletics. Click here to bet.Euan...
2014/07/13 06:40
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It's part of the newspapers' outreach effort showcasing the all-digital component for both papers. For subscribers, the complete newspaper is now reproduced on the computer screen and on mobile...
2014/07/09 10:09
2014/07/09 10:09
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POLICE are investigating the possibility that a jealous rival may have hijacked a Scotland bowler’s Glasgow 2014 medal bid. Three of a set of four specially made bowls were stolen from the locker of...
2014/07/04 13:03
2014/07/04 13:03
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Emma Thelwell, News24 Cape Town - ANC MP Lindiwe Maseko has argued that broadcasting the national anthem twice a day on SABC radio stations would foster patriotism. Could she be right? What do we...
2014/07/03 12:21
2014/07/03 12:21
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Policing Free Speech Takes Up Half Of The Force’s Time CHIEF Constable Alex Marshall, head of the College of Policing told BBC Radio 4′s Law in Action that policing social media is full-time...
2014/07/02 05:18
2014/07/02 05:18
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Charities have warned that revenge pornography is a growing trend in the UK. Photo / Thinkstock Jilted lovers who post "revenge pornography" on the internet could face prosecution, ministers said...
2014/06/27 07:29
2014/06/27 07:29
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Clyde High School Fourth Nine Weeks Seniors High Honor Roll: Megan Albright, Hailey Ameling, Delaini Bettinger, Nicholas Buchanan, Amanda Cahill, Bryce Chong, Cassi Cronin, Kaleb Herrera, Dillon...
2014/06/26 12:18
2014/06/26 12:18
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We don’t really need fiction to find that out. Because modern life offers its own case study: the internet. There, racism, misogyny, homophobia, sexual remarks, violent threats and irrational outrage...
2014/06/25 22:04
2014/06/25 22:04
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Alex Marshall, head of the College of Policing, said the number of calls relating to social media represented "a real problem for people working on the frontline of policing". "Police officers can't...
2014/06/25 10:17
2014/06/25 10:17
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At least half of complaints about anti-social behaviour and harassment stem from social media, a senior officer has warned. Chief constable Alex Marshall claims that the majority of nuisance calls...
2014/06/25 05:20
2014/06/25 05:20
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Complaints about exchanges on social media are dominating police work with “at least half” of calls dealt with by officers originating from rows on websites. Chief Constable Alex Marshall, head of...
2014/06/24 23:49
2014/06/24 23:49
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Nothing wrong with newspaper rifle ad I would like to commend the Sentinel for running the ad for the "Commemorative" Henry rifles. I also applaud you for mentioning hunting in the Sunday edition...
2014/06/24 13:24
2014/06/24 13:24
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Some rather suprising news this morning on the BBC, which has run a story headlined "Social media 'at least half' of front-line policing". It's based on a quote from chief constable Alex Marshall, the...
2014/07/25 15:12
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