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AllAfrica.com
DA Mourns Kenneth Sililo MubuThe DA is deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our friend, brother and
DA Mourns Kenneth Sililo Mubu
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 hours ago
The DA is deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our friend, brother and colleague, Kenneth Sililo Mubu, MP. Mr Mubu, who served as the DA's Shadow Minister of Public Works and previously, Shadow Minister of International Relations and... Read more
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Daily Star
Promising rugby star tragically killed in hit-and-run crashTRAGIC: Dan Hickey died in a suspected hit-and-run crash in Bristol Tragic Dan
Promising rugby star tragically killed in hit-and-run crash
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
TRAGIC: Dan Hickey died in a suspected hit-and-run crash in Bristol Tragic Dan Hickey died after he was knocked over and left for dead in the early hours of Saturday morning (August 29). Floral tributes have been placed at the scene of the... Read more
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Independent
Miner finds first new vein of rare mineral Blue John in 150 years in the Peak DistrictBlue John, named after its distinctive colour, was the height of fashion in Reg
Miner finds first new vein of rare mineral Blue John in 150 years in the Peak District
Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Blue John, named after its distinctive colour, was the height of fashion in Regency times and graced the tables of Buckingham Palace and Chatsworth House. But it is only found in one place on earth – beneath Treak Cliff Hill near the village of... Read more
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Independent
Rape victims remember key details even after drinking, new study saysThe study – which has potential ramifications for the way police investigate se
Rape victims remember key details even after drinking, new study says
Independent / Posted 13 days ago
The study – which has potential ramifications for the way police investigate sexual attacks – suggested that police and prosecutors could secure convictions based on recollections of intoxicated victims. Groups representing victims say police,... Read more
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Christian Today
Anglican preacher quits CofE over gay marriageA gifted lay Anglican is to quit the Church of England, having chosen marriage
Anglican preacher quits CofE over gay marriage
Christian Today / Posted 19 days ago
A gifted lay Anglican is to quit the Church of England, having chosen marriage over his ministry. Jeremy Timm has been told he can no longer carry on as a licensed reader if he goes ahead with his plan to marry his partner Mike Brown next month. Mr... Read more
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The Comet
level and BTEC results 2015: Da Vinci Studio School of Science and Engineering, StevenageA- Vikkie Abbott, Bradley Tyrrell and Joshua Cooper with their results outside
level and BTEC results 2015: Da Vinci Studio School of Science and Engineering, Stevenage
The Comet / Posted 19 days ago
A- Vikkie Abbott, Bradley Tyrrell and Joshua Cooper with their results outside the Da Vinci Studio School of Science and Engineering in Stevenage. Pupils at... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The business of Bake Off: nine ways to make a career from cakeMany former contestants are timing their book releases to coincide with the new
The business of Bake Off: nine ways to make a career from cake
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Many former contestants are timing their book releases to coincide with the new series so they can capitalise on the show's popularity. But selling recipe collections is not the only way to make a buck off the show. Here are just some of the ways... Read more
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iol.co.za
Glass of red wine ‘can fight cancer’REUTERSResveratrol, which gives red grapes their colour, is also credited with
Glass of red wine ‘can fight cancer’
iol.co.za / Posted 29 days ago
REUTERSResveratrol, which gives red grapes their colour, is also credited with staving off heart disease and keeping the mind sharp. London - Scientists have identified another potential health benefit of drinking red wine in moderate... Read more

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