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  1. Musician Ed Sheeran shows his support in the stands at the East Anglian Derby

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 02.26 / 18:10 edp24.co.uk
    Singer Ed Sheeran has been spotted at Carrow Road, as Norwich and Ipswich battle it out in the East Anglian…
  2. Norfolk’s biggest council tax rise in a decade: Find out how much more you will have to pay

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 02.26 / 09:19 edp24.co.uk
    People in the region are facing the biggest hike in their council tax bills for a decade, with those living in Band D properties facing an annual increase of around…
  3. Jeremy Corbyn is not the cause of Labour’s woes, says Norwich MP

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 02.25 / 10:47 edp24.co.uk
    Norwich MP Clive Lewis has insisted Jeremy Corbyn is not the cause of Labour’s woes after the party’s crushing defeat in the Copeland…
  1. Tom Watson: Where are Corbyn's cheerleaders when we need them?

    Express & Star -Politics 02.26 / 18:35 expressandstar.com
    Fed-up West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson has attacked the Labour colleagues who left him to fight alone in the defence of under fire Jeremy…
  2. Tom Watson: Theresa May must urge Trump to reverse media ban

    Express & Star -Politics 02.26 / 18:35 expressandstar.com
    Theresa May should use her relationship with Donald Trump to ensure British media organisations are not affected by the US President's clampdown on the press, Tom Watson has…
  3. Two Midland counter-protesters arrested at Britain First demonstration

    Express & Star -Politics 02.26 / 11:47 expressandstar.com
    Two anti-fascist activists from the Midlands were arrested as they protested at a Britain First demonstration this…
  4. New Dudley Council fees to see churches and mosques charged for excess rubbish collections

    Express & Star -Politics 02.25 / 20:27 expressandstar.com
    Churches, mosques and other places of worship across Dudley will now be charged for some rubbish…
  5. Noonan says more investment is needed in top civil servants

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 02.25 / 13:28 www.irishtimes.com
    Minister for Finance identifies Donald Trump’s tax policies as risk to the S…
  6. 'Protect our neighbourhood from influx of big businesses!'

    Furious homeowners in Lincoln have launched a petition to stop more business moving into the area.Residents in Long Leys Road say the new Central Lincolnshire Local Plan - which is yet to be implemented across the region - will open the door for more firms to setup in the area.READ MORE: 'It's a step too far!' Waste transfer plant plan thrown out after protestLocals say the area is currently listed as an 'Urban Village' which restricts business activity to light industry and…
  7. Walsall Council cuts: Job and library losses edge closer as spending cull is approved by bosses

    Express & Star -Politics 02.25 / 08:30 expressandstar.com
    Controversial cuts which will see nine libraries closed and hundreds of jobs axed have moved a step…
  8. Land sales hearing delayed as ex-Sandwell Council deputy leader wins High Court appeal

    Express & Star -Politics 02.25 / 08:30 expressandstar.com
    The former deputy leader of Sandwell Council has won a High Court appeal against the authority - blocking a planned hearing over allegations of serious…
  1. ‘I wouldn’t vote for her’ Farage SAVAGES Merkel & predicts BIG SHIFT in European politics

    Express-World 02.26 / 18:43 express.co.uk
    NIGEL Farage could have dented Angela Merkel’s chances at the upcoming elections in Germany after he declared he would not vote for the C…
  2. IRAN WAR GAMES: Tehran stages huge navy drill north of Indian Ocean amid tensions with US

    Express-World 02.26 / 18:43 express.co.uk
    IRAN has launched the final stage of a large-scale drill north of the Indian Ocean, amid rising tensions with the United…
  3. Germany sees hate crimes against migrants surge in 2016 to 3,500

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Over 500 people were injured during 2016 as a result of 3,500…
  4. Thousands march in Moscow in rally for murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Boris Nemtsov was shot dead near the Kremlin in 2015 with five Chechens accused of his…
  5. Republicans call for Oscars boycott over criticism of Trump from Hollywood stars

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The call on social media urges Trump fans to rally against 'arrogant and pompous'…
  6. Leader of anti-Trump women’s march is Palestinian TERRORIST who BOMBED British consulate

    Express-World 02.26 / 18:11 express.co.uk
    ONE of the organisers behind the next women’s march against President Donald Trump has been revealed as a Palestinian terrorist who took part in two deadly bombings in I…
  7. Adele's 'secret wedding' to Simon Konecki has 'disappointed' family members

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 02.26 / 17:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Hello hit-maker's loved ones are hopeful for a second ceremony in the…
  8. Thousands of activists protest in Frankfurt brandishing 'Make Racists Afraid Again' banner

    Express-World 02.26 / 17:12 express.co.uk
    THOUSANDS of protesters took to the streets of Frankfurt on Saturday, brandishing the banner “Make Racists Afraid A…
  1. 'If that is rugby I will retire!': England coach Eddie Jones attacks Italy tactics

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 18:45 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The Azzuri adopt bizarre breakdown strategy which almost causes Six Nations shock at…
  2. George Michael hailed 'one of the most generous people to ever walk planet' by Noel Edmonds

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Exclusive: TV star urges late singer's wish for confidentiality over random acts of kindness to be…
  3. Meghan Markle is 'totally taken' by Prince George and Princess Charlotte

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Markle offered to babysit for Kate Middleton during the visit to Amner Hall,…
  4. Game Of Thrones actor and UK's tallest man Neil Fingleton dies aged 36

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The UK's tallest man Neil Fingleton played Mag the Mighty in the HBO…
  5. UK government posts job advert for Brexit role – and Europeans can apply

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 18:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    …although there are still no guarantees for EU citizens living in the UK after B…
  6. Gina Miller launches new campaign for vote which could BLOCK Brexit

    Express-UK 02.26 / 18:11 express.co.uk
    GINA Miller has launched a new campaign which could block Brexit as she demands Parliament is given a full vote on the outcome of EU…
  7. Disjointed England splutter to Italy win to top Six Nations table

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 17:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Jack Nowell scores two tries in the Red Roses' worst performance in recent…
  8. Barclays to appoint Sir Ian Cheshire as UK chairman – report

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.26 / 17:13 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    An announcement is set to be made on Monday, according to a…
  1. Athletics Wrap with Patsy McGonagle

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 18:03 highlandradio.com
    Shane Gallagher of Finn Valley AC finished the Lifford/Strabane 5k with the fastest time today completing it in a time of 17.29. Josephine Donaghy of Convoy AC was the first female in with a time of 21.25. Elsewher, ten Irish Athletes travel to Belgrade to the European Indoor Championships next week with the exclusion of Mark English due to injury. Patsy McGonagle discusses their chances and more on his athletics wrap..…
  2. Developments in long awaited Gaoth Dobhair Sewerage Scheme welcomed

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 17:06 highlandradio.com
    Latest developments in the delivery of the long awaited Gaoth Dobhair Sewerage Scheme has been welcomed by Donegal Deputy Pearse Doherty. It was previously argued by Deputy Doherty and MEP Matt Carthy that the state was in violation of EU Law over its failure to deliver the scheme. A briefing session to be held on Friday for public representatives has been identified as a positive solution to the areas current lack of waste water infrastructure and aims to ensure compliance of the…
  3. Over a fifth of Irish motorists say they have broken speed limit within last month

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 17:06 highlandradio.com
    More than a fifth of Irish motorists say they’ve broken the speed limit in the past month. The AA says a new survey also revealed four in ten admitted to speeding in the past year. Within Donegal 41% of people said they have never broken the speed limit with almost 17% of the county’s population admitting they broke it within the last month. It’s concerned that people believe the myth that they won’t be prosecuted if they’re less than 10 per cent over the…
  4. Rugby Review: Ireland sink France..

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 17:06 highlandradio.com
    Ireland defeated France over the weekend to go top of the Six Nations table and keep their dreams alive. Connor Murray was the stand out player for Joe Schmidt’s men getting a try while Johnny Sexton returned from injury and played the majority of the game. Today, Ireland ladies won their third game of the tournament thanks to a standout performance from Donegal’s Nora Stapleton. In Rugby Pro 12, Ulster won away to Zebre by a scoreline of 40-17 while Leinster won convincingly…
  5. Inishowen League – Results

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 17:06 highlandradio.com
    Ulster Junior Cup Glengad 3-0 Gweedore Terence Doherty, P Mc Dermott, Nigel Killmacrennan 1-3 Culdaff B. Mc laughlin 2 Eugene Mc Laughlin Aileach 3-3 Drumoghill Aet Aileach won 4-2 on Pen Ulster Shield Glencar 5-1 Aileach Res F.T. Illies Res 4-0 Culdaff Res F.T. Cavan Rovers 5 -5 Rasheney FC Cavan won 4-3 on Pen Aet (Charlie Doherty 2 pen; 38 pen) Declan Mc Laughlin 23).Jimmy Mc Connolouge 53 min Conor O’ Neill 87 min. Cavan down to 10 men 38 mins. Matthew Mc Laughlin OFF 43 mins. Premier D…
  6. Ireland must continue to set the agenda for Brexit talks – MEP McGuinness

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 16:14 highlandradio.com
    In an address to the Colmcille Winter School in Letterkenny, yesterday MEP Mairead McGuinness said that Ireland must continue to set the agenda for Brexit talks as great challenges lie ahead. The North West MEP believes the UK cannot dictate the fate of the EU and citizens concerns must be heard on both a national and international level. Due to the unique circumstances on the island of Ireland these concerns need to be taken on board during negotiations. There has been much concern…
  7. Donegal held to a draw by Dublin

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 16:14 highlandradio.com
    Final Score: 2-05- 1-08 Donegal took a storming lead through a fantastic point from Jason Magee with just thirty seconds played- Shane Carthy responded with a well worked point after a good ball from Philly McMahon. The game was slightly hindered by the conditions in Ballybofey and we didn’t see another point for 12 minutes which came from a Dean Rock free. While Donegal’s defence was effective, the forward line were wasteful at times missing out on handling and dropping some…
  8. Donegal Ladies Lose out to Dublin

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 02.26 / 15:44 highlandradio.com
    Geraldine McLaughlin was the standout player in the first half and opened the scoring for Donegal from a free kick. Dublin then began to dominate the game and sent five points over unanswered by Michael Naughton’s ladies. McLaughlin pulled the game back with a goal and then leveled the game from the penalty spot minutes later to send the teams into halftime with the score at 2-2 – 0-08. A strong performance from Dublin in the second half however proved too much for…