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  1. Broads Authority accused of ‘double standards’ in row over tent

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 09.15 / 00:21 edp24.co.uk
    The Broads Authority is facing questions about how it is run and its structure. In the second of a two-day special report, we look at its handling of planning…
  2. Sudden death of woman in her 30s in Norwich

    EDP24 - Most Viewed Stories 09.14 / 22:53 edp24.co.uk
    Police and ambulance services were called to the sudden death of a woman last night in…
  1. Leo Varadkar rules out tax breaks for developers

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.22 / 02:15 www.irishtimes.com
    Taoiseach stresses middle-income earners will see income tax reductions in…
  2. Lobby groups should be invited to abortion committee - FF member

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.22 / 00:28 www.irishtimes.com
    Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte says she got 1,500 anti-abortion and 86 pro-choice…
  3. The Ploughing: no country for a young Dublin Taoiseach

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.22 / 00:28 www.irishtimes.com
    The flesh-pressing is a work in progress for Varadkar – but he is trying very h…
  4. Don’t rush cards before an election – Pickering

    Bvinews.com - Politics 09.22 / 00:19 bvinews.com
    The man being touted as the next likely leader of the governing National Democratic Party, Dr Kedrick Pickering, has advised against any attempt to introduce Voter Registration Cards in a rush before the next general election. He said enough time…
  5. Revoking Aung San Suu Kyi’s freedom of city ‘matter for city council’

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.21 / 21:18 www.irishtimes.com
    FF calls on Government to propose sanctions against Myanmar over Rohingya…
  6. No ‘legitimate reason’ given for expulsion of four Irish from Israel

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.21 / 21:18 www.irishtimes.com
    Minister of State Helen McEntee said the Israelis only gave a ‘generic e…
  7. SF deputy leader criticises Government’s planned budget tax breaks

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 09.21 / 20:09 www.irishtimes.com
    Tánaiste defends tax breaks and says books will be …
  8. EU tells Britain to 'settle the accounts' and speed up Brexit progress

    Hitc.com - Politics 09.21 / 19:01 hitc.com
    The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has issued a fresh warning that Britain must “settle the accounts” and speed up the pace of negotiations if it wants a free trade deal when it leaves the bloc…
  1. Pablo Escobar's brother threatens to sue Netflix for $1bn and 'close your little show'

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 09.22 / 02:03 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria also threatened to shut down the series…
  2. BREAKING: North Korea threatens detonating HYDROGEN BOMB in Pacific Ocean

    Express-World 09.22 / 02:01 express.co.uk
    NORTH Korea may conduct the most powerful test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean as part of its “highest-level” action against the US, according to one of the hermit kingdom’s top diplo…
  3. World War 3 fears mount as US forces target Korean island in live-fire artillery exercise

    Express-World 09.22 / 02:01 express.co.uk
    WORLD War 3 fears were raised after a US artillery unit conducted a live-fire exercise targeted at an island off the coast of South…
  4. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un says 'I will tame the mentally deranged Trump with fire'

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 09.22 / 00:19 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The statement came from North Korea's news…
  5. Russia's Zapad 2017 war games 'more precise' than in 2013 says expert

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 09.22 / 00:19 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The manoeuvres have raised concerns among western…
  6. Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez had for his age 'most severe case ever' of brain disease CTE

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 09.22 / 00:19 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The ex-New England Patriots tight end was 27 when he committed suicide while serving a life sentence for…
  7. From Pokemon to Harry Potter: The strangest things banned in Saudi Arabia

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 09.22 / 00:19 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    People have been arrested for dancing, listening to music and celebrating St Valentine's…
  8. BREAKING: Kim Jong-un vows Trump will pay as North Korea considers 'STRONGEST response'

    Express-World 09.22 / 00:18 express.co.uk
    KIM Jong-un is considering the strongest possible response to Donald Trump as the North Korean dictator vowed the US President will pay dearly for his recent…
  1. 'Princess Diana' escapes down a drainpipe and could 'pop up' in a toilet

    Express-UK 09.22 / 03:28 express.co.uk
    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…
  2. Jeremy Corbyn 'ready for another election fight' amid Labour surge in popularity

    Express-UK 09.22 / 02:02 express.co.uk
    LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has insisted his party is ready for another general election, claiming that June’s vote “changed politics in this cou…
  3. Man awaits sentencing for possessing imitation firearm

    Caymannewsservice.com - News 09.22 / 00:29 caymannewsservice.com
    (CNS): Anatascio Terell Rankine, who was originally charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm – a modified signal pistol able to be loaded with 12 gauge cartridges – was in court Thursday, but the crown offered no evidence on that count and he was instead rearraigned on, and pled guilty to, one count of possession [&#…
  4. ‘Either you are in or you are out’ Senior MEP spells out post-Brexit single market choices

    Express-UK 09.22 / 00:18 express.co.uk
    A SENIOR MEP has declared the UK has simple choice between being either in or out of the single market ahead of Theresa May's landmark address to Brussels later…
  5. C&W launches charitable foundation

    Caymannewsservice.com - News 09.21 / 23:09 caymannewsservice.com
    (CNS): One of the biggest telecommunications and entertainment providers in the region has launched a charitable foundation to help Caribbean islands impacted by catastrophic hurricanes this season. C&W Communications (C&W), the parent company of Flow, has also launched a ‘Text To Donate’ campaign, whereby customers in the Caribbean can pledge a $1 donation for relief [&#…
  6. Mylchreests Mounted Games Winter League returns for a second season

    Isleofman.com - Isle of Man 09.21 / 22:56 isleofman.com
    Registrations are now being taken for the 2017-2018 Mylchreests Mounted Games Winter League.Following a successful first season, the games are back, with more challenging races planned to encourage a competitive – but friendly! – spirit among the young riders.Ballavartyn Equestrian Centre will onc…
  7. World Sepsis Day marked at Noble’s Hospital

    Isleofman.com - Isle of Man 09.21 / 22:56 isleofman.com
    World Sepsis Day was marked at Noble’s Hospital on Wednesday 13 September with a collaborative social media project linking Island health professionals with colleagues in Jersey, Guernsey and Northern Ireland. Sepsis is a life-threatening illness caused by the body’s response to an infection, whe…
  8. Isle of Man students make their mark at NASA United Space School in Houston

    Isleofman.com - Isle of Man 09.21 / 22:56 isleofman.com
    Three Isle of Man students who spent their summer holidays at NASA United Space School planning a simulated manned mission to Mars have had their achievements marked by the Department of Education and Children.Ciara Sowerby from Ballakermeen High School, Jowi Szetu, from Castle Rushen High…
  1. Role for civilians in managing gardaí, says Policing Commission chair

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 www.irishexaminer.com
    Civilian experts should make up a “good portion” of a new garda management team, the head of the Policing Commission has…
  2. Bellyband linked to app may prevent stillbirths

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 www.irishexaminer.com
    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…
  3. Polish man perplexed by poor box procedure

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 www.irishexaminer.com
    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…
  4. 999 emergency-call workers threaten to strike

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 www.irishexaminer.com
    Call-centre workers who answer 999 emergency calls are threatening strike action over wages and working…
  5. Increase health budget to meet needs, say doctors

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 www.irishexaminer.com
    A doctors’ group has called for the health budget to be overhauled to avoid a further deterioration of public health…
  6. Gardai find €80k of drugs as search ends with no trace of Trevor

    Herald.ie - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 herald.ie
    Gardai found a stash of hard drugs worth over €80k in their search for missing man Trevor Deely, it emerged last n…
  7. Gardai search RTE car park after hoax bomb threat made

    Herald.ie - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 herald.ie
    A criminal investigation is expected to be launched after a hoax caller warned that they had planted a bomb in the RTE studios car…
  8. Face of dad who is charged with luring boy (12)

    Herald.ie - Ireland 09.22 / 02:19 herald.ie
    This is the married father-of-three accused of luring a boy from a Luas stop to a hotel and offering the 12-year-old €50 to touch h…