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2015/01/28 10:27
2015/01/28 10:27
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Police have launched a fresh appeal into the robbery and murder of an elderly woman six years ago. A reward of £20,000 is still on offer for information leading to the identification, arrest and...
2015/01/28 10:27
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2015/01/27 15:25
2015/01/27 15:25
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Late last year, under cover of Christmas, the Scottish government continued its push to locate 103 large wind turbines on precious peatlands in Shetland. No climate scientist in the world would...
2015/01/23 13:22
2015/01/23 13:22
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That's quite a side salad: The world's largest tomato so big that just one can feed an entire family goes on sale in Britain Plant breeders launched collection that can produce super-sized...
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2015/01/22 14:46
2015/01/22 14:46
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You can continue winter pruning deciduous shrubs and trees through January and February. Thin or prune branches that rub against one another and remove diseased limbs. Cut back the butterfly bush to...
2015/01/19 13:53
2015/01/19 13:53
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THE BBC was accused of decimating its operations in the Midlands as MPs demanded it think again about cuts which could cost the region 150 jobs. Speaking in the House of Commons, Steve McCabe (Lab...
2015/01/18 00:37
2015/01/18 00:37
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However, new research confirms what some environmentalists have long suspected: that the lawn has a bigger problem than rampaging legionaries. It is a significant source of the greenhouse gases that...
2015/01/12 15:54
2015/01/12 15:54
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COMMUNITY groups hoping to sign up for a £500 grants scheme are urged to apply before the deadline at the end of the month. The “It’s Your Neighbourhood” scheme, organised by the Royal Horticultural...
2015/01/09 17:59
2015/01/09 17:59
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THE MAYOR of Llandudno spoke of his delight after it was confirmed that the town will compete in a national horticultural competition. Llandudno is one of the towns chosen to represent Wales at the...
2015/01/06 20:23
2015/01/06 20:23
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Reading's award-winning Victorian pleasure garden is looking a bit sorry for itself this week. As the festive season ends and the funfair and ice rink move out of Forbury Gardens, the extent of the...
2015/01/05 08:05
2015/01/05 08:05
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Norfolk man grew first bananas in England during Second World War Peter Jarvis, whose grandfather George Jarvis grew bananas in Norfolk in the 1940's. Picture by SIMON FINLAY. Bananas are usually...
2015/01/02 14:41
2015/01/02 14:41
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FILM: You Only Live Twice (UTV, 2.40pm) (1967) When American and Soviet spacecraft go missing, both sides suspect the other – but British Intelligence believes a third party could be involved. Agent...
2015/01/01 18:51
2015/01/01 18:51
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Lose the add Christmas pounds by tending your garden this year Royal Horticultural Society Chief Advisor Guy Barter has suggested a few gardening jobs to get you into shape in January. So just...
2015/01/01 09:56
2015/01/01 09:56
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Published: Thursday, January 1, 2015, 1:00 a.m. Cardoon: Ancient roots, modern popularity Cardoon is a plant the Romans and Greeks ate as a vegetable, but today its popularity is such that you...
2014/12/31 12:51
2014/12/31 12:51
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Statistics reveal that gardening makes Brits feel happier A new survey from the Royal Horticultural Society reveals that more than three quarters of Britons garden and 82 per cent of those say...
2014/12/30 17:20
2014/12/30 17:20
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We may have spent the past few days wrapping up against the frost... but this picture shows that daffodils have started to bloom in the region - three months earlier than usual. These daffodils were...
2015/01/28 10:27
2015/01/28 10:27
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