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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...
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2015/03/02 09:45
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2015/02/26 21:33
2015/02/26 21:33
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Interview: Jacqui Oatley on her career, presenting at the AFCON and women in the media26-02-2015 Kane Brooker caught up with BBC and ITV presenter and broadcaster Jacqui Oatley during Inspiring Women...
2015/02/24 13:33
2015/02/24 13:33
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Aylsham High School meningitis fundraising ball raises £8,000 in memory of Ryan SweatmanRyan Sweatman, who died aged 19 from meningitis. A school Valentine’s Day ball raised £8,000 which will go...
2015/02/24 12:25
2015/02/24 12:25
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HANDCRAFTED cutlery created by an Astwood Bank designer could be used to help people with debilitating conditions. Charlotte Simmons, a former St Augustine's High School student, began developing...
2015/02/23 14:16
2015/02/23 14:16
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A student from St Albans spent a day with acclaimed designer, Wayne Hemingway MBE, after impressing him with her mug art. Monica Kessler, 21, entered a competition hosted by her accommodation...
2015/02/23 10:03
2015/02/23 10:03
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Gobi Arts and Science College: Distribution of aid to poor students Under College Management Free Education Scheme, 10.30 a.m. District administration: Grievances day meeting, K. Maharabushanam,...
2015/02/20 18:44
2015/02/20 18:44
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Rebecca Drysdale, who scooped the beauty queen title last April, was posing for the camera in Wollaton Park when thieves broke into the boot of her mum’s white Citroen. They swiped the bags, which...
2015/02/20 14:13
2015/02/20 14:13
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On a cold February afternoon teeming with rain, he bounds across the lobby of Grosvenor’s Mayfair headquarters armed with two umbrellas, ready to show off how one of the most famous names in the...
2015/02/18 09:38
2015/02/18 09:38
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Journalism and media graduates returned to their old university to give talks to current students aiming to forge careers of their own. The 25 Sheffield Hallam University graduates – who now work...
2015/02/17 22:42
2015/02/17 22:42
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... a constant pain all over,” she wrote. “A pain you are used to because it is all you have known, and you have it with you all the time, kind of like a friend.” Written in August 2008, it...
2015/02/10 09:43
2015/02/10 09:43
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Statistics show that only six per cent of engineers are women – but one female apprentice hopes to encourage others to train in the field. Jessica Bestwick, 20, who is a higher technical apprentice...
2015/02/05 11:24
2015/02/05 11:24
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At no general election in recent history have young people had greater potential to determine the outcome. In a contest this close, small movements of voters could decide whether David Cameron or Ed...
2015/02/03 04:22
2015/02/03 04:22
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Transfer deadline day: Secrecy, safety, spending and signings A relatively quiet deadline still saw Premier League clubs part with £45m, taking the total January transfer spending to £130m. But what...
2015/02/02 11:43
2015/02/02 11:43
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A continuing collaboration between artists exploring the industrial architecture and remnants of ceramics at the former Spode factory in Stoke-on-Trent will result in an exhibition of new work at...
2015/01/31 11:45
2015/01/31 11:45
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SPECIAL REPORT: The Blues have allied a lucrative mass loan system to shrewd player trading, while the Premier League champions have pioneered a global network of clubs Whatever the result, Chelsea’s...
2015/03/02 09:45
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