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PRINCESS Diana, a royal python, has escaped from a family home down a drain pipe and could “pop up” in her neighbour’s toilets, sparking fear and outrage in Bristol resid…
09.22 / 03:28
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Civilian experts should make up a “good portion” of a new garda management team, the head of the Policing Commission has…
09.22 / 02:19
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A smart phone app for continuous monitoring of foetal heartbeat and the increased risk of stillbirth in women who sleep on their back are among the topics for discussion at a major conference on stillbirth at University College Cork…
09.22 / 02:19
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A Polish man who works as a chef in Galway did not understand the court poor box procedure in Kerry — and paid his €500 contribution directly to a charity of his own choice, Killarney District Court…
09.22 / 02:19
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Call-centre workers who answer 999 emergency calls are threatening strike action over wages and working…
09.22 / 02:19
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A doctors’ group has called for the health budget to be overhauled to avoid a further deterioration of public health…
09.22 / 02:19
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Gardai found a stash of hard drugs worth over €80k in their search for missing man Trevor Deely, it emerged last n…
09.22 / 02:19
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A criminal investigation is expected to be launched after a hoax caller warned that they had planted a bomb in the RTE studios car…
09.22 / 02:19
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Amey is proposing to develop a £200 million new waste treatment facility at its Waterbeach Waste Management Park in…
09.22 / 02:18
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Amey is proposing to develop a £200 million new waste treatment facility at its Waterbeach Waste Management Park in…
09.22 / 02:18
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Anthea MaseyThe north-west London neighbourhood of Kilburn stretches out on either side of Watling Street, the ancient Anglo-Saxon road that once connected pilgrims to Canterbury and St Albans.   It is now known more prosaically as the A5 and marks the boundary of two London boroughs, Brent to the west and Camden to the east.   Busy and bustling Kilburn High Road has a down-to-earth-character that continues to serve its long-standing Irish and Caribbean communities well. Famous r…
09.22 / 00:19
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Uber Technologies, which is the subject of a US federal probe into whether it broke bribery laws, has started a review of its Asia operations and notified US authorities about payments made by staff to police officers in Indonesia, a person familiar with the matter told…
09.21 / 23:08
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Only time will tell if Ryanair gets over this current major dilemma, but its handling of the crisis may well be the defining moment for both Michael O’Leary and for…
09.21 / 23:08
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Dairy market analysts are predicting a recovery as the latest Global Dairy Trade Price Index climbed 0.9%, the second successive auction to record a price…
09.21 / 23:08
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More than nine in 10 Irish exporters trade with the UK and need some sort of help in the budget next month to cushion the effects of Brexit, according to the Irish Exporters’…
09.21 / 23:08
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Inditex, the world’s biggest clothes retailer and owner of Zara, reported a 9% rise in first-half profit, but its gross margin, as a percentage of sales, slipped, because of a stronger…
09.21 / 23:08
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Calling children ‘average’ risks their abilities being overlooked, and can lead to underperformance in GCSEs, says study Too many children are routinely identified as “average”, meaning their abilities – and problems – can be overlooked, a new study shows. Researchers looking at the 50 per cent of children who are in the middle of the broad ability range found that most had a bias towards either verbal, numerical or spatial skills, meaning that only one in five (20 per cent) of children co…
09.22 / 02:20
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Drawing the Future survey aims to find out more about children's career aspirations and what influences them Primary school pupils are being asked to draw the jobs they want to do when they grow up, in a national survey aimed at understanding the factors that could be limiting children's horizons. The survey aims to find out more about children’s career aspirations and the factors that may be influencing their choices. It is being launched today by Tes, the charity Education and Empl…
09.22 / 02:20
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Woodys Bar is demolished to make way for a new Parkwood Student Hub, featuring a new bar and more student social and study space. The post Bye bye Woodys 😢 appeared first on InQuire…
09.22 / 02:20
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WHETHER slowly chasing a sloth up a tree in Guyana, talking pidgin to an Amerindian guide called King George, pleading with officials in Indonesia for permission to find a Komodo dragon or being bemused by the confusion between armadillos and prostitutes in Paraguay , David Attenborough is a delight to…
09.22 / 00:19
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IN August 2015 much-loved BBC journalist and presenter Victoria Derbyshire revealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer aged 46. But rather than battling the disease privately, she was determined to be open about her…
09.22 / 00:19
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ALASTAIR CAMPBELL, 60, was Tony Blair’s press secretary and Gordon Brown’s adviser. The sixth volume of his diaries From Blair To Brown is out now…
09.22 / 00:19
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An alleged burglar is being accused of entering two homes on Tortola this month, walking past the homeowners, and removing certain items. Based on those allegations, the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) charged David Turnbull with two counts of…
09.22 / 00:18
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Two men from Virgin Gorda, as well as two from the island of Tortola, have been arrested and charged in relation to different marijuana-related offences allegedly committed this month. They are Kael Mandoza Palancares, 29-year-old Adrian Blackman, 24-year-old Kadeem O’Neal,…
09.22 / 00:18
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WWE legend Diamond Dallas Page would like his last wrestling match to be against ex-world heavyweight champion Randy…
09.22 / 02:21
dailystar.co.uk
Is it 2017 or 1947? Prior can hardly tell the difference We discuss why F1 isn't as exciting as it once was While I was out walking the other day, a light aircraft flew overhead. Nothing unusual about that; with its single engine, whirring away gently like they do, it milled across the sky like it could have been any time during the past 70 years.  Then I walked past somebody who was wearing tweed; which, again, is not uncommon round my way – the peculiarly, slightly disco…
09.22 / 02:20
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The Huracán Super Trofeo Evo was revealed this week Recent boosts in racing investment have helped the brand make strides in aerodynamic performance - which can be applied to road cars Lamborghini’s growing motorsport department will help it produce more track-focused road models such as the Huracán Performante in the near future. Speaking at the reveal of the Huracán Super Trofeo Evo (pictured above), research and development boss Maurizio Reggiani told Autocar that the brand has made b…
09.22 / 02:20
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Fully loaded family day trips proved to be no problem Could the Golf live up to its reputation as the benchmark family hatch with a downsized engine under the bonnet? Like many rival car makers, Volkswagen has taken the tiny turbocharged petrol engine route to produce a more fuel-efficient, lower-emission alternative to diesel power. The result is the 1.0 TSI unit under the bonnet of my Golf.  On paper, the 999cc engine’s 113bhp output looks puny, but its secret weapon is a tu…
09.22 / 02:20
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GARETH BARRY is ready to etch his name into the history books - but insists Ryan Giggs is still the Premier League’s main m…
09.22 / 00:33
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MAURICIO POCHETTINO has described putting his trust in Eric Dier as the biggest risk of his Tottenham…
09.22 / 00:33
dailystar.co.uk
Are Leeds United too easily bullied? Neil Redfearn says they simply have to deal with…
09.22 / 00:31
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Arsenal should've rivalled West Bromwich Albion for Gareth Barry, says Paul…
09.22 / 00:31
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Have you found it impossible to get anywhere near your car’s claimed economy? New, stricter testing, introduced from this month, aims to make the results more realistic and relevant in what is dubbed the biggest overhaul of emissions rules in a…
09.22 / 00:17
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APPLE'S App store is having issues this evening with users suffering from major connectivity…
09.21 / 23:11
dailystar.co.uk
Facebook's researchers aim to create a system that lets people type with their…
09.21 / 23:11
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Sometimes, the narrative media outlets want isn’t actually supported by science. Especially when one of those outlets is B…
09.21 / 23:11
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The company says it wants to be more transparent, but haven't we heard this…
09.21 / 23:11
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Global insurance broker AmWINS has launched a new intranet based on Akumina’s digital workplace software. The new system will replace an outdated and hard-to-update intranet that was no longer being used by the company’s 5,000 employees that are spread across 133 locations. It will include targeted news and communications for employees, personalised and fully customisable dashboards, and access to resources such as sales materials, training videos and the firm’s global directory. …
09.21 / 23:10
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This article first appeared in the   Summer 2017  issue of The Record. Producing drugs that are safe for human consumption involves multiple complex processes. Pharmaceutical companies must procure the necessary ingredients, store them in the appropriate environment (particularly if they’re temperature-sensitive), and then they must accurately weigh and dispense ingredients before they can start manufacturing the final drug products. Once manufactured, the drugs must be packaged and…
09.21 / 23:10
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AUDRINA Patridge has filed for divorce from her husband Corey Bohan and filed a restraining order against…
09.22 / 02:21
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RIVERDALE star KJ Apa has been involved in a late-night car accident after falling asleep at the wheel, according to…
09.22 / 02:01
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DENISE WELCH has opened up about the painful memory of losing her mother to cancer in a very emotional…
09.22 / 02:01
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WE thought the prestigious amfAR Gala was supposed to be the height of…
09.22 / 00:33
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Russell Brand has said his drug addiction is “still echoing around in my mad m…
09.22 / 00:27
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Celebrity MasterChef’s Angellica Bell has admitted that she would love to pip her husband and former show finalist, Michael Underwood, with a series w…
09.22 / 00:27
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RICK BUCKLER, 61, was the drummer with The Jam who had hits with Going Underground, Town Called Malice and That’s E…
09.22 / 00:19
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FROM remembering to buy ashtrays to the best day for washing, Neil Clark shares some of the advice on offer to households 80 years…
09.22 / 00:18
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Swiss forwarder claims new customer portal will redefine how it interacts with…
09.21 / 23:07
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Diet Coke unveils limited-edition can designs to celebrate new on-pack…
09.21 / 14:43
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Friends of Glass Encourage Millennials to Get the Glass Recycling…
09.21 / 14:43
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Organic uses Blockchain technology to take supply chain transparency further this Organic…
09.21 / 14:43
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by Sotiris Kanaris Norwegian Air Shuttle, the largest airline in Scandinavia, has taken delivery of a Unic URW 547 mini crane from Unic Norwegian distributor Knutsen…
09.21 / 14:43
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by Sotiris Kanaris Eurogruas Group has expanded its fleet with nine new Liebherr mobile cranes, destined for various outlets in southern…
09.21 / 14:43
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by Sotiris Kanaris Crane and Support Services (CASS), based in Berkshire, England, has taken delivery of a Kato 13t City Crane from the manufacturer’s European distributor Rivertek S…
09.21 / 14:43
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by Sotiris Kanaris Hiab, part of Cargotec, is introducing continuous slewing on its 30–40tm range of cranes. Continuous slewing had previously been available only for cranes over 5…
09.21 / 14:43
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Passenger helicopters will return to the skies of Scilly next year after Cornwall planners today voted unanimously to approve the application for a new heliport in Penzance. The £2m scheme off Jelbert Way and adjacent to the site of the former heliport at Eastern Green, is expected to create around 30 permanent jobs. Tresco owner …
09.22 / 02:02
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The inquest into the death of a Tresco Estate worker has been halted after a witness claimed he saw him having an altercation with other staff on the day he went missing. The body of 23-year-old Josh Clayton was found on the uninhabited island of Tean on 23rd September 2015, ten days after going missing…
09.22 / 02:02
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A lifesaving volunteer from Scilly will be representing the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in the annual Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph service this weekend. Phillip Woodcock from St Mary’s is one of nineteen people from across the UK and Ireland who will represent the RNLI at the service in London’s Whitehall, marking the first time the charity [&#…
09.22 / 02:02
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Councillors have voted unanimously to introduce tough new penalties for dog owners who don’t clean up after their pets. The so-called Public Spaces Protection Order was agreed at the recent Full Council meeting, following a public consultation with islanders earlier this year. Under the new order, dog owners could face a fine of up to…
09.22 / 02:02
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Burrington Estates New Homes Site Manager, Marinko Tomic, has won the prestigious National House Building Council (NHBC) Seal of Excellence Award within the Small House Builder Category, for his quality of work and attention to detail at the company’s Seaward Park, Clyst St George development - following his Pride in the Job award win earlier in the year. The South West regional award was announced last Friday, with the Seal of Excellence award available for only 140 site managers across t…
09.21 / 23:10
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