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Daily Mirror
Got plans for the Bank Holiday weekend? You might want to read this...Up to a month’s rain in just 20 hours threatens the Bank Holiday weekend - and
Got plans for the Bank Holiday weekend? You might want to read this...
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
Up to a month’s rain in just 20 hours threatens the Bank Holiday weekend - and could spark floods, travel disruption and festival misery - with French thunderstorms blamed. The Met Office forecast “grey, miserable conditions” from later this... Read more
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My Suburban Life
Wheaton for Aug. 27Dion D. Wallace, 23, of the 5700 block of West Ohio Street, Chicago, was charge
Wheaton for Aug. 27
My Suburban Life / Posted 9 hours ago
Dion D. Wallace, 23, of the 5700 block of West Ohio Street, Chicago, was charged at 3:24 a.m. Aug. 22 with driving under the influence of alcohol, illegal transportation of alcoholic liquor, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving with a... Read more
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Bennington Banner
MAU football falls in season opener to MiddleburyMIDDLEBURY >> The Mount Anthony Union High School football team gave defe
MAU football falls in season opener to Middlebury
Bennington Banner / Posted 17 hours ago
MIDDLEBURY >> The Mount Anthony Union High School football team gave defending Division I champion Middlebury all it could handle during the season opener on Friday night, but in the end the Tigers proved why they have dominated the division... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Fire departments consider collaboration, consolidationDORSET >> Town officials met with representatives of Dorset's two fire di
Fire departments consider collaboration, consolidation
Bennington Banner / Posted 18 hours ago
DORSET >> Town officials met with representatives of Dorset's two fire districts Monday at the town offices to begin a process of exploring how a consolidation into one fire department — or more collaboration between the two — might occur. By... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mystery moneybags steps in with 5K cash offer for farmers to stop badger cullAnimal rights campaigners have announced they may have found a way to stop the
Mystery moneybags steps in with 5K cash offer for farmers to stop badger cull
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have announced they may have found a way to stop the controversial badger cull after a mystery benefactor stepped in to offer farmers a cash incentive. The badger cull licence demands that at least 70% of land in any cull... Read more
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express
We will sue: Brian May on collision course with Govt over new badger cull BRIAN May warned ministers he will be taking them to court after the Governme
We will sue: Brian May on collision course with Govt over new badger cull
express / Posted yesterday
BRIAN May warned ministers he will be taking them to court after the Government announced a new round of badger culls. Brian May has attacked the badger cull The legendary... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen legend Brian May vows to battle for badgers after plans to slaughter 2,000more than 2,000 badgers. But Ministers are widening the kill zones from parts
Queen legend Brian May vows to battle for badgers after plans to slaughter 2,000
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
more than 2,000 badgers. But Ministers are widening the kill zones from parts of Gloucestershire and Somerset to Dorset in an attempt to control TB in cattle. They want 835 badgers destroyed in Dorset, 679 in Gloucestershire and 524 in... Read more
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Weston Mercury
7 things to do in Weston-Mare and Somerset this weekend7 things to do in Weston-super-Mare and Somerset this weekend Weston Pride rev
7 things to do in Weston-Mare and Somerset this weekend
Weston Mercury / Posted yesterday
7 things to do in Weston-super-Mare and Somerset this weekend Weston Pride revellers parade through High Street. TICKETS have already sold out for Dismaland in Weston-super-Mare. But if you were not lucky enough to get tickets, there is still a lot... Read more
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Channel 4 News
Government extends controversial badger cull into DorsetWith between 615 and 835 badgers set to be culled in Dorset over a six week per
Government extends controversial badger cull into Dorset
Channel 4 News / Posted yesterday
With between 615 and 835 badgers set to be culled in Dorset over a six week period, activists have called into question the need to kill in such large numbers, quoting Defra's own data which suggests that 94.8 per cent of badgers pose no risk. The... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Leading prices from Kendal (J36) Auction MartThursday, August 27 Weekly sale of calves and store lambs. Forward: 26 calves
Leading prices from Kendal (J36) Auction Mart
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
Thursday, August 27 Weekly sale of calves and store lambs. Forward: 26 calves and stirks. Prices. Calves - Bulls: British Blue to £360 each; Charolais 270; Shorthorn 142; Friesian 150. Heifers: British Blue 330; Aberdeen Angus 275. Stirks - Steers:... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Motorway reopened after steam engine accident on the A27 - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Motorway reopened after steam engine accident on the A27
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
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West Moreland Gazette
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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express
Badger cull WILL be extended: Fury as more than 2,000 badgers face 'death knell' ANIMAL welfare campaigners are condemning Government plans to open a “new fro
Badger cull WILL be extended: Fury as more than 2,000 badgers face 'death knell'
express / Posted yesterday
ANIMAL welfare campaigners are condemning Government plans to open a “new front” in their badger cull offensive to wipe out TB in cattle. Angry opponents of the... Read more
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Harrow Times
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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This is West Country
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Bolton News
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Police day to be held in Cheddar Avon and Somerset Constabulary will be attending the Sweetshop summer showdow
Police day to be held in Cheddar
Weston Mercury / Posted yesterday
Avon and Somerset Constabulary will be attending the Sweetshop summer showdown on Monday at Winchester Farm, Cheddar. The day promises to have something for everyone with trade stands, discounted go-karting, food... Read more
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Northern Echo
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners"This includes strengthening cattle testing and movement controls, vaccinating
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
"This includes strengthening cattle testing and movement controls, vaccinating badgers in the buffer zone around high-risk areas, and culling badgers where the disease is rife. "Our approach of dealing with the disease in cattle and wildlife has... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners « Shropshire StarFarming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicat
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted yesterday
Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was confirmed that much-criticised pilot schemes in Gloucester and Somerset will continue this year. "England has the highest incidence of TB in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Community News in Brief: Friday, August 28County Durham parks get high votes Parks in County Durham are in the running f
Community News in Brief: Friday, August 28
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
County Durham parks get high votes Parks in County Durham are in the running for a top accolade. Durham County Council is urging residents, and visitors, to vote for their favourite park in a bid for the region to capture the title of Britain’s... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaignersAnimal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was... Read more
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This is West Country
Green light for badger cull to be extended to DorsetTHE Controversial badger cull has been given the green light and is set to be e
Green light for badger cull to be extended to Dorset
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
THE Controversial badger cull has been given the green light and is set to be extended into Dorset, it was announced this earlier today (August 28). The badger cull has brought about fierce division between those who believe it is a necessary... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badg
Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Traffic diversions after steam engine accident on the A27 - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Traffic diversions after steam engine accident on the A27
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
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This is West Country
Father and son rogue traders targeted elderly with drive laying scamA FATHER and son rogue trading team targeted the elderly with their drive layin
Father and son rogue traders targeted elderly with drive laying scam
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
A FATHER and son rogue trading team targeted the elderly with their drive laying scam, a court has heard. Thomas Johnson, 57, and Tommy Johnson, 29, pleaded guilty at Exeter Crown Court to a series of offences under the Fraud Act 2006. The court... Read more
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South Maryland News
Fearless athletes abound at St. Mary’s College of MarylandTuesday opens the fall sports season for the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Sea
Fearless athletes abound at St. Mary’s College of Maryland
South Maryland News / Posted yesterday
Tuesday opens the fall sports season for the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Seahawks and the teams are ready to make a statement within the Capital Athletic Conference with many upperclassmen leading the way. The men’s soccer team, coached by Alum... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Merger talks begin for Dorset, Manchester and Mountain Towns REDLONDONDERRY >> School officials from several towns and a Regional Educati
Merger talks begin for Dorset, Manchester and Mountain Towns RED
Bennington Banner / Posted yesterday
LONDONDERRY >> School officials from several towns and a Regional Education District plan to look at whether to form a supervisory district, with an eye on the new education law and their communities' feelings. "Under Act 46, there are two... Read more
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Finextra
HSBC closes 'branch for the rich'Opened for 'premier' customers in 2007, the branch near millionaire's playgroun
HSBC closes 'branch for the rich'
Finextra / Posted yesterday
Opened for 'premier' customers in 2007, the branch near millionaire's playground Sandbanks in Dorset requires customers to have £50,000 in savings, a £200,000 mortgage or a £100,000 mortgage plus a salary of £75,000 if they want to speak to a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Northern rail services cost commuters £1 billionIn its report, the watchdog said there was a "trend for regional operators to r
Northern rail services cost commuters £1 billion
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
In its report, the watchdog said there was a "trend for regional operators to receive a subsidy whilst those in the long distance and London and South East sectors pay a premium". Under the rail franchising arrangement created when the railways were... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Musician killed himself after ex-lover threatened to tell his wife about affairAnd he hanged himself two weeks after Amy told him she was going to tell all to
Musician killed himself after ex-lover threatened to tell his wife about affair
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
And he hanged himself two weeks after Amy told him she was going to tell all to his wife Rachel. Friends found Tom’s body at the home he shared with Rachel on April 5, after he failed to turn up to a gig. Days before, he had described his wedding... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Non-league game postponed for a VERY unusual reason - this is wonderfulThat's right - a match has been rescheduled for the sake of cheese appreciation
Non-league game postponed for a VERY unusual reason - this is wonderful
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
That's right - a match has been rescheduled for the sake of cheese appreciation. Frome Town's big fixture with Chippenham Town has been moved so as not to clash with Frome's annual fromage bonanza. It's possibly the most English ever to have... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Stunning snaps show sunrise and sunset at iconic landmarks and beauty spotsThe world often appears at is most beautiful at sunset and sunrise. And these
Stunning snaps show sunrise and sunset at iconic landmarks and beauty spots
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
The world often appears at is most beautiful at sunset and sunrise. And these stunning shots are perfect examples. Paul lingered in the dusk and dawn in all climes as he waited for the perfect moment to get the perfect shot with his £30,000 80... Read more
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Prospect Magazine
Who’s been made a peer? Full honours list©Suzanne Plunkett/AP The government has published its dissolution honours and
Who’s been made a peer? Full honours list
Prospect Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
©Suzanne Plunkett/AP The government has published its dissolution honours and peerages lists for 2015. Here are the names in full: The Queen has been graciously pleased to signify Her intention of conferring the following Honours upon the... Read more
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WA Today
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic timesJuice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic times
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Juice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not that anybody would know it from the street. Give or take a green screen dominating the front room, nor is there much inside that might indicate web hits in the hundreds... Read more
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Canberra Times
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic timesJuice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic times
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Juice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not that anybody would know it from the street. Give or take a green screen dominating the front room, nor is there much inside that might indicate web hits in the hundreds... Read more
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This is West Country
Rogue driveway traders target elderly victims across Somerset and the South-WestA FATHER and son ripped off elderly people by charging extortionate rates for w
Rogue driveway traders target elderly victims across Somerset and the South-West
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
A FATHER and son ripped off elderly people by charging extortionate rates for work on their drives that turned out to be substandard. Thomas Johnson, 57, and Tommy Johnson, 29, pleaded guilty to fraud at Exeter Crown Court after admitting targeting... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic timesJuice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic times
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Juice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not that anybody would know it from the street. Give or take a green screen dominating the front room, nor is there much inside that might indicate web hits in the hundreds... Read more
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The Age
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic timesJuice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not
YouTube comedy duo Juice Rap News create urgent rhymes for historic times
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Juice Rap News: Immigrants! The world is watching this house in Thornbury. Not that anybody would know it from the street. Give or take a green screen dominating the front room, nor is there much inside that might indicate web hits in the hundreds... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Speedway rider Darcy Ward set to return to England for treatment on serious back injuryDarcy Ward. Picture: SWINDON ADVERTISER Darcy Ward is being flown back to Engl
Speedway rider Darcy Ward set to return to England for treatment on serious back injury
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted 2 days ago
Darcy Ward. Picture: SWINDON ADVERTISER Darcy Ward is being flown back to England for further treatment after a slight improvement in his condition. To send a... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Speedway rider Darcy Ward set to return to England for treatment on serious back injury Darcy Ward. Picture: SWINDON ADVERTISER Darcy Ward is being flown back to En
Speedway rider Darcy Ward set to return to England for treatment on serious back injury
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Darcy Ward. Picture: SWINDON ADVERTISER Darcy Ward is being flown back to England for further treatment after a slight improvement in his condition. The... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
Norwich to suspend want-away Bournemouth target Grabbanare set to suspend Lewis Grabban according to reports. Sky Sports suggests the
Norwich to suspend want-away Bournemouth target Grabban
tribalfootball.com / Posted 2 days ago
are set to suspend Lewis Grabban according to reports. Sky Sports suggests the Canaries will ban the 27-year-old striker after he stormed out of the team hotel after not being selected in the starting XI for Tuesday night's Capital One Cup clash... Read more
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Farming Life
Low Carbon is buzzing to champion biodiversity Leading renewable energy investment company Low Carbon has launched an initia
Low Carbon is buzzing to champion biodiversity
Farming Life / Posted 3 days ago
Leading renewable energy investment company Low Carbon has launched an initiative to promote greater biodiversity in Cornwall, Dorset and Suffolk. Low Carbon has partnered with sustainability company... Read more
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Daily Record
Conman who pretended he was quadriplegic to avoid jail admits faking illnessA con artist who pretended to be a quadriplegic as he tried to evade claims he
Conman who pretended he was quadriplegic to avoid jail admits faking illness
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
A con artist who pretended to be a quadriplegic as he tried to evade claims he ripped off a neighbour has admitted perverting the course of justice with his wife. Shameless Alan Knight also claimed he had been in a coma as he attempted to evade... Read more
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