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2015/01/24 18:19
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MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1915 Adulterated Vinegar At Eccles, to-day, Francis Bailey, grocer, of Green Lane, Patricroft, was summoned by the county authorities for selling adulterated vinegar on November...
2015/01/24 18:19
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2015/01/23 01:50
2015/01/23 01:50
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An Irishman’s Diary about the Corkman who translated ‘Mein Kampf’ Translation was rushed into print, with ominous timing, in 1939 The German copyright on Mein Kampf is about to expire. Photograph:...
2015/01/20 15:31
2015/01/20 15:31
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Lilongwe — The Malawi Red Cross is continuing to support people affected by floods which have left 135,000 displaced in three districts of southern Malawi. Rainstorms have also destroyed houses and...
2015/01/20 11:53
2015/01/20 11:53
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ONE of the largest training exercises ever undertaken by emergency services on Teesside is taking place at the moment. The public of Stockton and Hartlepool have been told not to be alarmed by faked...
2015/01/18 20:51
2015/01/18 20:51
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The alarm was raised by a woman who lives at the end of terrace in Station Road, Dawley. Two fire crews from Telford arrived at the scene to find smoke billowing from the upstairs windows. The...
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2015/01/18 03:09
2015/01/18 03:09
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The international medical ­organisation, usually found in war zones and helping out with overseas disasters, has some 6000 volunteers across Scotland helping out with weather-related crises closer to...
2015/01/16 12:47
2015/01/16 12:47
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This photo shows a caravan which was blown onto its roof on a motorway as gale force winds continue to batter parts of the UK. The incident illustrates the power of the winds that have ripped down...
2015/01/15 11:09
2015/01/15 11:09
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Mark Wilson, forecaster with the Met Office, said conditions would improve from tomorrow for much of the country. He said: "It was a very windy night across much of the UK. "Most of the bad weather...
2015/01/15 08:08
2015/01/15 08:08
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Winter weather is continuing to cause disruption for people in Tayside and Fife today. Train services were affected following a landslip south of Perth which derailed a train carriage, while there...
2015/01/15 02:16
2015/01/15 02:16
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Heavy rain and gale force winds are expected to batter the UK, bringing more misery for travellers. After snow and ice caused trouble on roads and railways yesterday, forecasters say the weather will...
2015/01/14 18:23
2015/01/14 18:23
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It is only 11 0′clock in the morning – mid week – and there are already two patients waiting on trolleys in the corridor at the Chesterfield Royal Infirmary. The bays in the emergency department are...
2015/01/14 15:53
2015/01/14 15:53
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Sir Bruce Keogh gave evidence to the Commons Health Committee today The current overwhelming pressures on emergency care will take up to five years to solve but a root and branch review is needed for...
2015/01/14 11:58
2015/01/14 11:58
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ELECTRICITY North West are continuing to closely monitor the weather after the Met Office issued another yellow warning for severe gales of up to 70mph to hit the North West until Thursday. The...
2015/01/13 19:08
2015/01/13 19:08
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Sylvia Darby received care from the Red Cross when she came out of hospital. Sylvia with Amy Kenny from the Red Cross. British Red Cross support scheme saves Ipswich Hospital 123 bed days A pilot...
2015/01/13 18:43
2015/01/13 18:43
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MEMBERS of one of the region’s oldest bands have found a new home after their old club house was shut. The Long Eaton Silver Prize Band were offered sanctuary by the local community to practice once...
2015/01/12 18:08
2015/01/12 18:08
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A WOMAN has died after a fire broke out in her home during a power black-out. Tragically, it’s thought Mrs Barton may have fallen asleep in the upstairs bedroom of her Inverness-shire home as fire...
2015/01/12 17:08
2015/01/12 17:08
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Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) said 918 properties in the north of Scotland are still cut off after the high winds, heavy rain and snow . The worst area is rural Dingwall, where...
2015/01/12 00:28
2015/01/12 00:28
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A woman stands inside the destroyed cathedral in Port-au-Prince 12 January 2011 after attending a mass(Reuters) Five years ago today, the world watched in horror as scenes of devastation unfolded on...
2015/01/11 11:13
2015/01/11 11:13
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Last updated at 10:28, Sunday, 11 January 2015 Flood warnings issued on Friday are still in place for Cumbria this morning The worst of the rain appears to be over but there are still concerns about...
2015/01/10 20:28
2015/01/10 20:28
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Gale force winds have brought another day of disruption to Britain's transport and power networks as warnings remain in place for fierce gusts, snow and ice over the rest of the weekend. In Scotland,...
2015/01/24 18:19
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