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The Dark Horse premieres in Gisborne
Kiwi film The Dark Horse has been a favourite at the New Zealand International Film Festival, but last night the filmmakers took their story back to where it began. The film is based on the life of...
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New strategy for St Albans tourism
New strategy for St Albans tourismFrom left, Jason Freezer, Head of Destination Management at VisitEngland, the Mayor of St Albans City, Cllr r Geoff Harrison and Alastair Woodgate, director of local...
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Looking back for July 25
... Years Ago - July 25, 1914 THE MD of Harrods Stores, who had recently purchased Osborne Cottage, bought the adjoining Norris Castle and its extensive grounds. Richard Burbidge said he intended to...
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Ministry of Health
Zoe Saldana leads the glamour in striking chiffon...
Out of this world! 'Pregnant' Zoe Saldana leads the glamour in striking chiffon gown as she attends the Guardians Of The Galaxy UK premiere With a blockbuster worthy $170 million budget it’s the...
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How pregnant Kate Winslet covered up her baby bum...
A strategically placed iPad: How five-months pregnant Kate Winslet covered up her baby bump while filming Divergent Anyone who saw Kate Winslet as Jeanine Matthews in Divergent would have noticed she...
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Hardcore porn blocked from public wifi networks i...
The world’s first scheme to stop hardcore porn being accessed in public wi-fi areas is launched in the UK today. Parents who see a “Friendly Wi-Fi” sign in cafes, restaurants, hotels and museums will...
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First World War: Catherine Kimble was a young wom...
First World War: Catherine Kimble was a young woman with many sorrows to bearD Company of the 9th Battalion, The Suffolk Regiment, which includes John Kimble... somewhere! The stories of the First...
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O dear: Kingston Rotunda evacuated after Odeon si...
Kingston Rotunda evacuated after Odeon sign catches fire Bad Omen? The Rotunda was evacuated after an Odeon sign caught fire. Picture: David Blackmore The Rotunda in Kingston was evacuated after an...
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One can describe her as a cinephile who also makes (documentary) films, except that Marianne Khoury is a business woman too. Her 1999 debut The Times of Laura and 2002 Women Who Loved Cinema are...
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Beatles Day 2014: Memories of when the Beatles ca...
As the world celebrates Beatles Day, we are looking back at when the Fab Four visited Birmingham. Beatles Day is held every year to mark the return of the Beatles to Liverpool on July 10, 1964, after...
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Bringing back the Majestic
Bringing back the Majestic VINTAGE LOOK: The old Majestic cinema at Bondgate, Darlington in its current stage of restoration. Picture: ANDY LAMB A FORMER Majestic cinema is starting to look exactly...
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5m visit West Bromwich shopping centre in first y...
New Square in West Bromwich will celebrate its first anniversary on July 11. And the glittering shopping complex, with its parade of well-known stores and restaurants, is a far cry from stood on the...
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City offices to be converted into 550 student fla...
Plans for more than 550 new student flats on three city centre sites have been put forward. The proposals could see two offices near Maid Marian Way converted into apartments – including the old E.on...
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Nottingham City Council
Aylesbury is moving on up the property ladder
With rolling countryside minutes away, frequent commuter trains to London Marylebone, top grammar schools and plans for major investment in the town centre, Aylesbury is fast becoming a property...
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Reading restaurants of yesteryear
Pre war and war years In Reading, Heelas was probably the posh place to go. The store in Broad Street, now John Lewis, had its restaurant on a mezzanine floor, at the back of ladies...
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Petra Starke: Nicole Kidman gets dipped in tin of...
ON the off chance you were wondering whether Nicole Kidman’s new flop Grace of Monaco would have been better if it had been set on Mars, I can tell you quite definitively that no, it wouldn’t. I know...
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