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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 yearsLONDON - The sounds of Latin song echoed through the halls of Hampton Court Pal
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 years
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
LONDON - The sounds of Latin song echoed through the halls of Hampton Court Palace in London for the first Catholic service in more than 450 years to be held in anti-papal King Henry VIII's residence. Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 yearsAFP / by Dario Thuburn | Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic Church
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 years
The Borneo Post / Posted yesterday
AFP / by Dario Thuburn | Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales (L), and Anglican Bishop of London Richard Chartres (R) take Vespers at Hampton Court Palace on February 9, 2016 LONDON: The sounds of Latin song... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
GOLDEN GUITARS: Rolling coverageTHE night of night's of Australian Country Music is here and The Leader has you
GOLDEN GUITARS: Rolling coverage
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
THE night of night's of Australian Country Music is here and The Leader has you covered. GALLERY: Red carpet action 10.25pm: This ends our rolling coverage of the 2013 awards. Thanks for joining us. Don't forget to check out our galleries from the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
State Opposition praised and damned for daring to mention asset salesOpposition Leader Lawrence Springborg. Photo: Bradley Kanaris Lawrence Springb
State Opposition praised and damned for daring to mention asset sales
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg. Photo: Bradley Kanaris Lawrence Springborg repeating a long held view is all it has taken for the asset sales debate to reignite in Queensland, with the business sector welcoming the chance to talk... Read more
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chroniclelive
Drink driving debate: Several Chronicle readers call for zero toleranceAs debate over reducing the drink driving limit reaches the House of Lords, our
Drink driving debate: Several Chronicle readers call for zero tolerance
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
As debate over reducing the drink driving limit reaches the House of Lords, our readers have been adding their own spirited views. Many call for an all-out ban on drinking alcohol if getting behind the wheel while others say that one drink should be... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
2016 festival ‘one of best in recent years’TAMWORTH country music legend Max Ellis was there when the annual festival bega
2016 festival ‘one of best in recent years’
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
TAMWORTH country music legend Max Ellis was there when the annual festival began back in 1973 and he’s been involved in some way ever since. GOOD VIBES: Tamworth festival founder and event promoter Max Ellis reckons the 2016 hoedown was particularly... Read more
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Norwich City FC
Norwich City Youth Development Officer Colin Watts discusses his role ahead of the FA Youth Cup tie with MiddlesbroughNORWICH City's long-serving Youth Development Officer Colin Watts will have mor
Norwich City Youth Development Officer Colin Watts discusses his role ahead of the FA Youth Cup tie with Middlesbrough
Norwich City FC / Posted 12 days ago
NORWICH City's long-serving Youth Development Officer Colin Watts will have more reason to be proud than most when Graeme Murty's youngsters face Middlesbrough in the FA Youth Cup fifth round at Carrow Road on Wednesday (7pm). The Canaries' current... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bush balladeers a concert to rememberOVER the years we have seen our country music festival evolve from its origins
Bush balladeers a concert to remember
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 days ago
OVER the years we have seen our country music festival evolve from its origins to more diverse music (didn’t our previous mayor, James Treloar, say it was becoming more of a “music festival”?) OVER the years we have seen our country music festival... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Could a current player break YOUR Premier League club's goalscoring record?Wayne Rooney didn't really get the love he deserved for breaking Sir Bobby's in
Could a current player break YOUR Premier League club's goalscoring record?
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
Wayne Rooney didn't really get the love he deserved for breaking Sir Bobby's international goalscoring record. Rooney just needs six more to reach 250 United goals and go past Charlton's total of 249. Rooney's goals have come at a rate of around... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tamworth Country Music Festival 2016: Day 6 | video, photosNeed a festival fix in one hit? We have you covered. Rolling coverage from soc
Tamworth Country Music Festival 2016: Day 6 | video, photos
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
Need a festival fix in one hit? We have you covered. Rolling coverage from social mediaSara Storer on life, appreciation and a new album Sara Storer with Tom, Joe on her lap, Harry and husband David O’Hare. Photo: Bill O’Hare Beccy Cole, Libby... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Kempshall kennel scoops trifectaGREYHOUNDS: The stars aligned for the running of the Coutts Crossing Cricket Cl
Kempshall kennel scoops trifecta
Daily Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
GREYHOUNDS: The stars aligned for the running of the Coutts Crossing Cricket Club @ CRCA Relay Stakes on Monday night with a winning trifecta for Warren and Sonia Kempshall. The affable training couple secured first, second and third in the sixth... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bush ballads kept alive and wellTAMWORTH gets Back to the Bush tonight at Toyota Park, celebrating Australian b
Bush ballads kept alive and well
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
TAMWORTH gets Back to the Bush tonight at Toyota Park, celebrating Australian balladeers. PART OF AUSSIE CULTURE: Dianne Lindsay and Peter Simpson are looking forward to the Best of the Bush concert tonight. Photo: Paul Mathews 180116PME05 TAMWORTH... Read more
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walesonline
Watch police charge at a group of 'non-violent' protesters in bankCaptured on CCTV, police can be seen crashing through doors before grappling wi
Watch police charge at a group of 'non-violent' protesters in bank
walesonline / Posted 22 days ago
Captured on CCTV, police can be seen crashing through doors before grappling with some of those on the demo. One officer can be seen connecting with a barrage of punches on one participant before grabbing another around the neck and hauling him to... Read more
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walesonline
Men accused after bank protest cleared of violent disorderJoshua Longbottom, 26 – also known as Joshua Howe – and Peter Simpson, 30, were
Men accused after bank protest cleared of violent disorder
walesonline / Posted 27 days ago
Joshua Longbottom, 26 – also known as Joshua Howe – and Peter Simpson, 30, were accused of having a confrontation with police at the HSBC branch in Queen Street on May 2 last year. Demonstrators had been involved in a peaceful May Day march in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tuesday's programDay five of the festival is jam-packed full of action. Today is Tuesday, Janua
Tuesday's program
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
Day five of the festival is jam-packed full of action. Today is Tuesday, January 21 and here's what you can look forward to. * Denotes free show *6am Toyota Festival FM 106.1 – Toyota Fanzone *7am Bill Davey’s Breakfast Show w/ walk-up artists –... Read more
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walesonline
Demonstrator tells court he thought police were going to 'break his neck'A demonstrator has claimed he was assaulted by police at what he described as a
Demonstrator tells court he thought police were going to 'break his neck'
walesonline / Posted 1 months ago
A demonstrator has claimed he was assaulted by police at what he described as a “peaceful protest”, a court heard. Judge Michael Fitton QC gave the jury a direction to find Longbottom and Simpson not guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm... Read more
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walesonline
Police officer tells court he was justified in pointing Taser at protestersJoshua Longbottom, 26, also known as Joshua Howe, and Peter Simpson, 30, have b
Police officer tells court he was justified in pointing Taser at protesters
walesonline / Posted 1 months ago
Joshua Longbottom, 26, also known as Joshua Howe, and Peter Simpson, 30, have been charged with violent disorder and assault occasioning actual bodily harm (ABH). They are accused of assaulting police officers in the protest at the Queen Street... Read more

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