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  1. “Words cannot describe the gut-wrenching sadness” - family of Nick Rogers’ grief at loss after Wymondham Morrisons attac

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 07.22 / 08:47 edp24.co.uk
    Nick Rogers could have saved lives by donating his organs after his death as his family describe their “overwhelming gut-wrenching sadness” at his…
  1. 7 biggest UK election landslides since 1945

    Hitc.com - Politics 07.22 / 10:17 hitc.com
    The current prime minister could have made it to this list had her plan not…
  2. This new poll is very bad news for Theresa May

    Hitc.com - Politics 07.22 / 07:41 hitc.com
    The latest Ipsos-MORI poll, conducted for the Evening Standard suggests that 6 in 10 voters are dissatisfied with the prime…
  3. Miriam Lord’s Awards: Winners of this year’s political gongs

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 07.22 / 05:01 www.irishtimes.com
    Dáil movers, shakers, losers and inbetweeners: A selection from the corridors of …
  4. Overtime costs and lack of reform threaten Garda budgets

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 07.22 / 01:08 www.irishtimes.com
    Agreed policy of civilianisation not acted on, leaving officers in ‘back-office d…
  5. Kingskerswell set for traffic warden visits as a 'priority'

    Traffic wardens will be prioritising visits to Kingskerswell over the next few weeks. Cllr Alistair Dewhirst, councillor for Ipplepen & the Kerswells, has accused Devon County Council of picking of the town after he said that half of the visits paid to Kingskerswell in the past year by Traffic Wardens have been on a Sunday. He says that Traffic Wardens are picking on the village and raised concern that they never appear around school dropping off time when there are serious parking…
  6. More spaces to open at Teignmouth car park - just in time for the...

    More spaces at a Teignmouth seafront car park have been made available– just in time for the summer holidays to start. While the £1.3m sea defences work has been carried out, parts of The Point car park have been used for stockpiling materials and onsite facilities. At the end of June, sections of the car park were released back into use for parking that meant two-thirds of the 251-space car park was free for residents and visitors to use. Now Teignbridge Council has…
  7. Group of travellers arrive at Westpoint

    Travellers have arrived at Westpoint Arena on the edge of Exeter. The group of travellers arrived at the site on the A3052 on Thursday night and still on site on Friday morning.It is believed that proceedings are under way to move on the travellers from the privately-owned land.Devon Live has contacted Westpoint for a comment.It follows on from travellers who took over the car park of the South West Ambulance Service Trust (SWAST) headquarters in Exeter this week. Several caravans…
  8. School steps in to help solve Teignmouth's parking problems

    Parking problems in Teignmouth could be eased as a school has stepped in to try and tackle the congestion in the town centre. Teignmouth Community School has agreed to allow traders to park their vehicles in the car park at the school in order to free up parking spaces in the town centre. The shortage of long stay parking space in the town centre has been compounded by the newly introduced proposals to tackle traffic management in the town that inlcuded the introduction of residents'…
  1. How British soldiers are protecting endangered elephants from vile extremist poachers

    Express-World 07.22 / 14:00 express.co.uk
    THE British Army has been sent to stop ruthless poachers from slaughtering rare forest elephants and selling their tusks to fund…
  2. Iran's WARNING to US: Shocking images of 'HUNTER' missile production line released

    Express-World 07.22 / 14:00 express.co.uk
    IRAN has opened the production line for a new Sayyad-3 air defence missile able to travel 75 miles and reach an altitude of 17…
  3. Donald Trump to unveil world’s biggest warship amid naval tensions with China

    Express-World 07.22 / 14:00 express.co.uk
    DONALD Trump is to launch the world’s biggest warship into the US Navy this afternoon amid increasing global tensions over territorial w…
  4. 'We were at Dunkirk, too' say French furious at being written out of film epic

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 07.22 / 12:43 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    'Where in the film are the 120,000 French soldiers who were also evacuated from Dunkirk?' one critic…
  5. Donald Trump Jr reaches deal to avoid public testimony

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 07.22 / 12:43 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Trump Jr faces the threat of a subpoena if he fails to co-operate with the…
  6. Kos earthquake: Aftershock fears cause hundreds to sleep outside

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 07.22 / 12:43 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Residents and tourists among those sleeping rough on the Greek…
  7. EU ON THE BRINK: Hungary savages European 'INQUISITION' over Poland courts row

    Express-World 07.22 / 12:42 express.co.uk
    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban has offered his support to Poland amid threats of EU sanctions over the country’s plans to extend government control over its c…
  8. Who is Anthony Scaramucci, Trump’s new communications director and the reason Spicer quit?

    Express-World 07.22 / 12:42 express.co.uk
    ANTHONY Scaramucci has been named as Donald Trump’s new communications director, with his appointment leading Sean Spicer to quit his role as White House press s…
  1. First class carriages 'to be scrapped on busiest commuter trains'

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 07.22 / 14:02 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Underused first class carriages could be opened to everyone as early as…
  2. Manchester United give up on Eric Dier after three failed bids and close in on Nemanja Matic

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 07.22 / 14:02 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Jose Mourinho's side now confident of signing the Chelsea midfielder for…
  3. Theresa May asked to improve internet speed on submarines so sailors can watch porn

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 07.22 / 14:02 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    A conversation about internet speeds took a very different…
  4. British teens sex assaulted TWICE in 4 days at Turkish resort - and say hotel blamed THEM

    Express-UK 07.22 / 14:01 express.co.uk
    FRIENDS on their first holiday abroad were scarred for life after they were the victim of two sex assaults - but claim hotel staff blamed…
  5. Pro-EU campaigner shocks presenter by 'desperately willing Project Fear' to come true

    Express-UK 07.22 / 12:42 express.co.uk
    PRO-EU campaigner boasted that Project Fear will soon become a reality for British workers as Brexit talks…
  6. REVEALED: Princess Diana and her desperate bid to ‘leap to freedom from being caged’

    Express-Royal 07.22 / 12:42 express.co.uk
    PRINCESS Diana’s desire to lead a normal life and escape the net of her marriage and the royal family has been revealed by her personal protection officer, Ken W…
  7. Michael Carrick backs Paul Pogba to replace him as Manchester United captain

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 07.22 / 11:26 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The 36-year-old midfielder replaced Wayne Rooney as skipper this…
  8. UKIP assembly member apologises for calling Chuka Umunna a "f***ing coconut"

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 07.22 / 11:26 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Michelle Brown used the racial slur about the black MP during a staff phone…
  1. GAA Preview: Donegal v Galway

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 14:11 highlandradio.com
    Donegal face Galway in Markievicz Park in Sligo on Saturday evening in their All-Ireland Qualifier. Donegal come into the game off the back of 2 wins against Longford and Meath respectively, whereas Galway are still reeling from their shock loss to Roscommon in the Connacht Final. Throw-in is at 7pm and you can listen to full match commentary on Highland Radio and online here at www.highlandradio.com. Galway Bay commentator Ollie Turner looked ahead to Saturday’s game in Markievicz…
  2. Captain Michael Murphy on Donegal’s positive preparations for Galway

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 14:11 highlandradio.com
    Donegal look to make the All Ireland series quarter finals for the seventh year in a row this weekend. They play Galway on Saturday at Markievicz Park in Sligo knowing a victory will secure a last eight birth once again. There maybe some team news from the Donegal camp later today. Ahead of the game they have no major injury concerns with Cian Mulligan the only player carrying a problem. The Gaoth Dobhair man had a quad muscle injury and missed the last two games. If Karl Lacey features in…
  3. Kevin Walsh wants Galway to right the wrongs of Connacht Final

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 14:11 highlandradio.com
    Donegal and Galway will face off once again in the All Ireland Qualifiers this weekend. They meet at the same stage in 2015 with Donegal running out ten point winners. In that short time both counties have seen significant change to their starting sides. On the injury front for the Tribesmen, Sean Armstrong has returned to training after a back problem and may feature at Markievicz Park in Sligo. The Galway team is expected to be named on Saturday morning. Galway had aspirations of winning…
  4. Rory Gallagher says Donegal will have to improve again to get over Galway

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 14:11 highlandradio.com
    Donegal head into the  last of the qualifiers this Saturday in Sligo with the carrot of All Ireland Quarter Final place up for grabs. Beaten Connacht finalists Galway are the latest hurdle for Donegal at Markievicz Park. Donegal reached Round 4 with wins over Longford and Meath while the Tribesmen come to the qualifiers hurting from a disappointing lose to Roscommon, thats something Donegal Manager Rory Gallagher feels makes them dangerous opposition. Speaking with Oisin Kelly ahead of the …
  5. Finn Harps v Derry City Preview: Ollie Horgan and Ciaran Gallagher

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 14:11 highlandradio.com
    Finn Harps will take on their North-West rivals Derry City on Monday night in Finn Park. The last time the sides faced off in the Premier Division, Harps walked away with a 2-0 victory. Coming into this game, Harps are 8th in the table, while Derry City sit in third position. Finn Harps’ manager Ollie Horgan spoke to Diarmaid Doherty about his side’s upcoming game against the Candystripes… Diarmaid Doherty also spoke with Harps’ goalkeeper Ciaran Gallagher to look …
  6. Weekend Edition with Donal Kavanagh July 22nd

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 12:53 highlandradio.com
    Think you can easily tell a fake photo from a real one? Your confidence might be a little misplaced, if this latest scientific study is anything to go by. Sophie Nightingale from the University of Warwick spoke to Donal this morning, the research found that 40% of the time, people can’t tell if a photo has been manipulated or not. And even if they are able to identify an image as doctored, they are unable to pinpoint exactly what is wrong with the image 55% of the t…
  7. Funerals to take place on Monday of three women who lost their lives in fatal road traffic collision in Co Louth

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 12:53 highlandradio.com
    The funerals will take place on Monday of the three Donegal women who died in a fatal road traffic collision on Friday morning. The three vehicle crash happened in the early hours of the morning on the N2 in Co Louth between Ardee and Aclint Bridge. Two men were also taken to hospital with serious injuries. The funeral of mother and daughter, Margaret McGonigle and Mairead Mundy will take place on Monday at 11am at the Church of Saint Joseph and Saint Conal, Bruckless. And the funeral mass…
  8. Members of Defence Forces who died in service to be remembered at ceremony in Dublin today

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 07.22 / 08:59 highlandradio.com
    Members of the Defence Forces who died serving the State will be remembered at a ceremonial ‘Changing of the Guard’ later. The event at the National Memorial in Merrion Square in Dublin is the second of six taking place at the memorial. Each ceremony will be conducted by two different Units of the Defence Forces each week until the 19th of August. Captain Ciara Ní Ruairc explains how members from Athlone’s Custume Barracks and the Finner Camp in Ballyshanon are taking …