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2015/04/01 07:22
2015/04/01 07:22
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A HARWOOD mum who fought a rare type of dementia which prevented her from speaking for five years has died. Valerie Pearse died, aged 67, with her sons Lee and Andrew by her side after a decade long...
2015/04/01 07:22
2015/04/01 07:22
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2015/03/28 00:37
2015/03/28 00:37
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... I'm in decent fettle, really," says Threlfall, before adding with a mocking lilt. "Especially for The Independent." Does he mistrust journalists? "No, it's not that; it's more about having to...
2015/03/26 18:31
2015/03/26 18:31
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Imagine you’re trapped inside a burning house. You’re probably on the ground waiting for a firefighter to come to the rescue. Now imagine a small, rolling Tonka Truck-type drone on a leash, like some...
2015/03/21 19:53
2015/03/21 19:53
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RESIDENTS reported seeing UFOs over a West Midlands beauty spot, newly-declassified documents have revealed. The lights in the sky were spotted by “perfectly sane” witnesses above Cannock Chase in...
2015/03/18 12:59
2015/03/18 12:59
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Thiruvalluvar University is introducing automation in the examination system in a phased manner. Presenting the annual report at the 10th convocation on Tuesday, P. Gunasekaran, V-C of the...
2015/03/16 15:39
2015/03/16 15:39
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Bolsover has been revealed as a benefits sanction hotspot in a new report. Homeless charity Crisis commissioned an independent study by the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research at...
2015/03/16 11:17
2015/03/16 11:17
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A teenager lost the ability to read and write after suffering whiplash injuries in a car crash - in what scientists say is the only case of its kind in the world. The 19-year-old had to spend years...
2015/03/15 21:37
2015/03/15 21:37
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... idea that you have to go to a polling station and mark an X in a box probably seems completely alien to their way of life,” concedes Watson, chair of the Electoral Commission. “Now, if we are...
2015/03/12 23:20
2015/03/12 23:20
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Hywel Francis is from a family with five generations of association with the mining industry. Before becoming a politician he was a distinguished academic and was the author with Dai Smith of the...
2015/03/11 12:52
2015/03/11 12:52
21d
Tour Makers recruited for inaugural cycle race Volunteers have been recruited to welcome spectators to the first ever Tour de Yorkshire international cycle race in May. Following the success of last...
2015/03/10 11:52
2015/03/10 11:52
22d
Research shows that coffee can help prevent obesity We get through a staggering 70 million cups of coffee every day. For decades there has been conflicting evidence over whether regularly consuming...
2015/03/10 01:26
2015/03/10 01:26
22d
The next government should launch an urgent review of benefit sanctions because the current regime is "punitive and flawed", according to a new report. Homelessness charity Crisis warned of a...
2015/03/06 09:42
2015/03/06 09:42
26d
We know so much more about autism now but the idea that all people with autism are disordered, impaired, or somehow “lesser” is one that still needs to be challenged. Having worked closely with people...
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2015/03/02 09:45
2015/03/02 09:45
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UK reforms ‘set to lose lone parents £1800 a year’ Single parents stand to lose out under Westminster's welfare reforms. Picture: Jon Savage LONE parents with young children stand to lose more than...
Read more at Scotsman, Daily Record
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