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Daily Star
Skint uni 'sugar babies' seeking rich older men on flirty website to fund student lifeARRANGEMENTS: Students say they see nothing wrong with what they are doing Aro
Skint uni 'sugar babies' seeking rich older men on flirty website to fund student life
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
ARRANGEMENTS: Students say they see nothing wrong with what they are doing Around 225,000 members on the SeekingArrangement.com website, which sets up "mutually beneficial relationships", are registering as studying in the UK. Those who sign up... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
This 107-old's secret to a long life? Four bottles of red wine a dayMr Docampo, of Vigo in north west Spain, owned his own vineyard and was founder
This 107-old's secret to a long life? Four bottles of red wine a day
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Mr Docampo, of Vigo in north west Spain, owned his own vineyard and was founder of the wine company Bodegas Docampo. (A cynic might suggest that tales of the wine's life-giving properties could contain a teensy trace of marketing spiel.) Mr... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Made in Manchester Awards 2016Around 500 people celebrated Manchester’s top young talent at the Made in Manch
Made in Manchester Awards 2016
Manchester Evening News / Posted 4 days ago
Around 500 people celebrated Manchester’s top young talent at the Made in Manchester Awards last night. Winners of the evening included young talent from businesses including EY, BNY Mellon, Four Recruitment, Neighbourhood, Altium Capital, Creative... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Made in Manchester Awards 2016Around 500 people celebrated Manchester’s top young talent at the Made in Manch
Made in Manchester Awards 2016
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
Around 500 people celebrated Manchester’s top young talent at the Made in Manchester Awards last night. Winners of the evening included young talent from businesses including EY, BNY Mellon, Four Recruitment, Neighbourhood, Altium Capital, Creative... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Business School honoured for top 30 education innovationThe programme has been recognised as one of the 30 best in the world by the glo
Business School honoured for top 30 education innovation
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
The programme has been recognised as one of the 30 best in the world by the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, AACSB International. The award was announced at AACSB International’s 2016 Deans Conference in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rapid dispersal of aircraft pollutionA series of aerofoil-shaped panels downwind of an airport runway could break up
Rapid dispersal of aircraft pollution
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
A series of aerofoil-shaped panels downwind of an airport runway could break up the plumes of exhaust gases from departing aircraft, preventing those gases from staying near the ground and so dispersing them more quickly. A similar array could be... Read more
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Express and Star
Walsall terror trial: Take him back or go to Hell, wife warned « Express & StarLorna Moore, 33, had previously separated from Sajid Aslam, aged 34, for six mo
Walsall terror trial: Take him back or go to Hell, wife warned « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 7 days ago
Lorna Moore, 33, had previously separated from Sajid Aslam, aged 34, for six months but was told to accept him back after they turned to the council for guidance. The Old Bailey heard how Aslam bullied Moore, who is on trial for failing to alert... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Family of three-time killer's first victim say he 'has destroyed our lives'The heartbroken family of three-time killer Colin McDonald’s first victim have
Family of three-time killer's first victim say he 'has destroyed our lives'
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
The heartbroken family of three-time killer Colin McDonald’s first victim have admitted that his actions have "destroyed our lives". Jonathan Tripp, a gifted 27-year-old accountant, drowned in 1997 after McDonald pushed him into the Rochdale canal,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Family of Colin McDonald's first victim tell how the three-time killer 'destroyed' their livesThe family of three-times killer Colin McDonald’s first victim have told how he
Family of Colin McDonald's first victim tell how the three-time killer 'destroyed' their lives
Manchester Evening News / Posted 7 days ago
The family of three-times killer Colin McDonald’s first victim have told how he ‘destroyed’ their lives. Gifted accountant Jonathan Tripp, 27, drowned after McDonald pushed him into the Rochdale canal, near Minshull Street, in 1997. Just a week... Read more
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Irish Examiner
'Bullied' wife from North on trial in UK after husband went to join Islamic State | Irish Examiner Tuesday, February 02, 2016 - 07:46 pm A wife has gone on
'Bullied' wife from North on trial in UK after husband went to join Islamic State
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
| Irish Examiner Tuesday, February 02, 2016 - 07:46 pm A wife has gone on trial for... Read more
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Express and Star
Walsall terror trial: Pair deny ISIS-related charges « Express & StarMuslim convert Lorna Moore, aged 33, tried to eject her husband Sajid Aslam, 34
Walsall terror trial: Pair deny ISIS-related charges « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 7 days ago
Muslim convert Lorna Moore, aged 33, tried to eject her husband Sajid Aslam, 34, from their marital home in Glebe Street, but was allegedly advised she would go to "hell" if she did. Then on August 23, 2014, Aslam, a supply teacher said to harbour... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Three-time killer Colin McDonald 'should never be released', say friends of man he pushed into canalFriends of the first victim of three-time killer Colin McDonald believe he shou
Three-time killer Colin McDonald 'should never be released', say friends of man he pushed into canal
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
Friends of the first victim of three-time killer Colin McDonald believe he should be jailed for life. Accountant Jonathan Tripp drowned after being pushed by McDonald into the Rochdale canal, near Minshull Street, in 1997. Jonathan’s close friends... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Break the rules ...rule the worldMANY people have have wanted to ditch their nine-to-five grind in favour of a j
Break the rules ...rule the world
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
MANY people have have wanted to ditch their nine-to-five grind in favour of a jet-set lifestyle. But from April, Nic Hilditch-Short and Paul Short from Royton will be doing precisely that. The couple, originally from Littleborough, started... Read more
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walesonline
Merthyr folk's insistence the town isn't all that bad may finally have caught onResidents of what is often described as one of the most deprived towns in Wales
Merthyr folk's insistence the town isn't all that bad may finally have caught on
walesonline / Posted 9 days ago
Residents of what is often described as one of the most deprived towns in Wales have been saying it for years, but researchers have followed suit and called for a more balanced account of a South Wales Valleys town. The Merthyr Rising Festival took... Read more
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FOX News
Now you can pay to take a college course on how to eat tacosAccording to the professor, the class lets students explore issues of immigrati
Now you can pay to take a college course on how to eat tacos
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
According to the professor, the class lets students explore issues of immigration, inequality, workers and intercultural communication. (iStock) First it was college credits for learning about pizza and beer. Now it’s a class about tacos. Students... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Merseyside restaurants in final of Food Porn AwardsMerseyside restaurants have reached the final of The Food Porn Awards. Manzo G
Merseyside restaurants in final of Food Porn Awards
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
Merseyside restaurants have reached the final of The Food Porn Awards. Manzo Grill House, The London Carriage Works, Restaurant Fraiche and The Montgomery will now have the chance to show off their most visually appealing food before the final at... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Antrim firm Creagh cements £5m deal to build new library for English university What the new library at the University of Roehampton will look likeAnother vi
Antrim firm Creagh cements £5m deal to build new library for English university
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
What the new library at the University of Roehampton will look likeAnother view of thenew library at the University of RoehamptonCreagh boss Seamus McKeague Co Antrim... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Should we treat children who love sugar like they’re smokers?One easy way to wean children off sugar is to pretend they’re smokers. That’s
Should we treat children who love sugar like they’re smokers?
The Oklahoman / Posted 16 days ago
One easy way to wean children off sugar is to pretend they’re smokers. That’s according to a new study that found parents were less interested in buying their children sugary drinks when they saw warning labels — which looked like ones often seen on... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Forget London, New York and Milan - get ready for Nottingham Fashion WeekTickets are now on sale for Nottingham Fashion Week 2016 – a chance for the cit
Forget London, New York and Milan - get ready for Nottingham Fashion Week
Nottingham Post / Posted 16 days ago
Tickets are now on sale for Nottingham Fashion Week 2016 – a chance for the city's creative talent to be seen. Tracy Walker meets some of the designers taking part Forget London, New York and Milan – get ready for Nottingham Fashion Week. Immy... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Region is still in rude health as investment buoys sectorThe evolution of Greater Manchester’s healthcare sector gained further momentum
Region is still in rude health as investment buoys sector
Manchester Evening News / Posted 19 days ago
The evolution of Greater Manchester’s healthcare sector gained further momentum this week. Nuffield Health’s five-star diagnostic suite officially launched at CityLabs, in the heart of Manchester. The not-for-profit organisation has created a 7,279... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
South Cumbria businessman left legacy of strength and loveWHEN Ray Armstrong founded the Lake District Farmers Armstrong Family Charitabl
South Cumbria businessman left legacy of strength and love
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 20 days ago
WHEN Ray Armstrong founded the Lake District Farmers Armstrong Family Charitable Fund in 2012, he left behind a legacy fitting of his philanthropic nature and generous spirit. Hayden Armstrong has vivid memories of the last time his dad came to... Read more
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Bolton News
Women breaking through into the field of engineeringBRIGHT young women with designs on success laid the foundations to break into t
Women breaking through into the field of engineering
Bolton News / Posted 20 days ago
BRIGHT young women with designs on success laid the foundations to break into the male-dominated world of engineering. Bolton School hosted a Women in STEM — science, technology, engineering and maths — day where they had a chance to speak to those... Read more
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PhysOrg
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counterac
Land management could help wildlife beat the challenges brought by climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
The harmful effects of climate change on wildlife habitats can been counteracted by localised land management, a new research paper has suggested. Scientists from the... Read more
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British Vogue
Karl's Designer To WatchATTRACTING the attention of LVMH by being shortlisted for the conglomerate's an
Karl's Designer To Watch
British Vogue / Posted 23 days ago
ATTRACTING the attention of LVMH by being shortlisted for the conglomerate's annual prize is every young designer's dream, but when Karl Lagerfeld himself became a private client of Nabil Nayal, it made the rest of us sit up and take notice. "I met... Read more
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express
Children should be treated like SMOKERS to stop them eating sugar, new study suggests RESEARCHERS claim to have found a single, foolproof way to stop children cons
Children should be treated like SMOKERS to stop them eating sugar, new study suggests
express / Posted 25 days ago
RESEARCHERS claim to have found a single, foolproof way to stop children consuming dangerous levels of sugar – by putting cigarette packet-style warnings on... Read more
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PhysOrg
First estimate of Pygmy population in Central Africa reveals their plightPygmy musicians in the Congo Basin, Bottom: Mbendjele girls sharing out harvest
First estimate of Pygmy population in Central Africa reveals their plight
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
Pygmy musicians in the Congo Basin, Bottom: Mbendjele girls sharing out harvest. Credit: Jerome Lewis The forests of Central Africa could be home to up to 920,000 Pygmies, according to researchers from UCL, Manchester Metropolitan University and the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Which North East primary school is rated top of the class? Find out with our Real Schools GuideNew Seaham Primary School, in County Durham, is the best state­-funded primary
Which North East primary school is rated top of the class? Find out with our Real Schools Guide
chroniclelive / Posted 26 days ago
New Seaham Primary School, in County Durham, is the best state­-funded primary school in the Chronicle area, according to a comprehensive new guide. The Real Schools Guide 2015, compiled by Trinity Mirror’s data unit, aims to give a far more... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Exclusive primary schools guide shows the best state performersSt Alban's Catholic Primary School is the best state­-funded primary school in
Exclusive primary schools guide shows the best state performers
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 26 days ago
St Alban's Catholic Primary School is the best state­-funded primary school in Surrey, according to a comprehensive new guide. The Real Schools Guide 2015, compiled by Trinity Mirror's data journalism unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Exclusive primary schools guide shows the best state performersSt Alban's Catholic Primary School is the best state­-funded primary school in
Exclusive primary schools guide shows the best state performers
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 26 days ago
St Alban's Catholic Primary School is the best state­-funded primary school in Surrey, according to a comprehensive new guide. The Real Schools Guide 2015, compiled by Trinity Mirror's data journalism unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Which primary school is the best in your area?It takes into account 42 different datasets ­ including not just Key Stage 2 SA
Which primary school is the best in your area?
Reading Evening Post / Posted 26 days ago
It takes into account 42 different datasets ­ including not just Key Stage 2 SATs results but factors like value added scores, pupil­ teacher ratios and absence rates. St Martin's Catholic Primary School in Pendennis Avenue, Emmer Green saw all its... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The Real Schools Guide: Find out how your primary school rates against Greater Manchester's bestKing David Primary School is the best state-funded primary school in Greater Ma
The Real Schools Guide: Find out how your primary school rates against Greater Manchester's best
Manchester Evening News / Posted 26 days ago
King David Primary School is the best state-funded primary school in Greater Manchester, according to a comprehensive new guide. The Real Schools Guide, compiled by Trinity Mirror’s data unit, aims to give a far more comprehensive picture than... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
New Didsbury housing development to be named St James Park after village’s first buildingA state-of-the-art primary school and 93 homes are due to be built at the forme
New Didsbury housing development to be named St James Park after village’s first building
Manchester Evening News / Posted 29 days ago
A state-of-the-art primary school and 93 homes are due to be built at the former Manchester Metropolitan University site on Wilmslow Road. PJ Livesey will convert the administration building and Grade II-listed chapel into a mix of houses and luxury... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Outrage as Manchester City star Yaya Toure's wife is targeted by crass tweet from gambling websiteA gambling and gaming website has come under fire for posting an ‘utterly disgr
Outrage as Manchester City star Yaya Toure's wife is targeted by crass tweet from gambling website
Manchester Evening News / Posted 29 days ago
A gambling and gaming website has come under fire for posting an ‘utterly disgraceful’ tweet about Manchester City star Yaya Toure’s wife. Fruity King, an online betting website, has been widely criticised on social media for the crass jibe. They... Read more
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PhysOrg
Can computer games improve the ability to study?Computer-based games can have a beneficial effect on learning, according to gro
Can computer games improve the ability to study?
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
Computer-based games can have a beneficial effect on learning, according to ground-breaking new research from the University of Bristol. The brain-imaging study shows that – contrary to popular belief - technological game-playing can involve brain... Read more
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Daily Star
Sisters spend £16,000 on getting matching nose jobsSISTERHOOD: Karyse and Deanna Coley are often mistaken as twins Karyse Coley,
Sisters spend £16,000 on getting matching nose jobs
Daily Star / Posted 1 months ago
SISTERHOOD: Karyse and Deanna Coley are often mistaken as twins Karyse Coley, 21, and Deanna Coley, 19, from Manchester, looked like babes even before the ops but they said they were teased at school for the shape of their noses and had always felt... Read more
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