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  1. Westminster terror attack: Who was killer Khalid Masood?

    Express & Star -Crime 03.24 / 10:37 expressandstar.com
    Born Adrian Russell Ajao, but known as Adrian Elms, Khalid Choudry and Khalid Masood - who was the Westminster…
  2. Veronica Robinson trial: Callous actions of cash-hungry cleaner are revealed - WATCH

    Express & Star -Crime 03.24 / 10:25 expressandstar.com
    Cash-hungry cleaner Veronica Robinson was suspected of conning money out of a council and duping a charity before fleecing an elderly dementia sufferer of around £250,000, the Express & Star can …
  3. Wanted! Can you help snare these West Midlands burglary suspects?

    Express & Star -Crime 03.24 / 10:25 expressandstar.com
    These 16 men are wanted by police in connection with dozens of burglaries across the West…
  4. Westminster attack: Another West Midlands terror suspect arrested as killer's birth name revealed

    Express & Star -Crime 03.24 / 10:25 expressandstar.com
    An eighth West Midlands person has been arrested in connection with the Westminster terrorist attack, while the killer's birth name has been revealed as Adrian Russell…
  5. London terror attacker Khalid Masood spent time in Norfolk jail

    Edp24.co.uk -Crime 03.24 / 08:28 www.edp24.co.uk
    The terrorist who carried out the Westminster attack served time in a Norfolk prison and had a string of criminal…
  6. Christmas row over messy house and wi-fi ended in man grabbing...

    A man whose family fled their home in a quiet Devon village on Boxing Day when he picked up a machete told a court he had grabbed a knife to cut up a pork pie. Nicholas Etherington, who has a collection of 23 knives, was confronted by armed police during the incident, which came after he had been drinking in a village pub. After returning home from drinking four pints of cider Etherington, 51, was angry that his house was a mess and his wi-fi wasn't working. Jason Beal,…
  7. Man beat his girlfriend in bathroom after Valentine's Day sex was...

    A 34-year-old man with more than 100 previous convictions repeatedly smashed his girlfriend's head against a door, breaking her eye socket, as they had sex in a bathroom on Valentine's Day.Daniel Vail grabbed a man by the throat as he tried after intervene during the incident at a shared house.Vail has admitted causing grievous bodily harm with intent after he attacked Rhiannon White, and admitted assaulting the other man by beating.Deni Mathews, prosecuting, said: "Vail and Miss White…
  8. Norfolk MP appears on BBC’s Question Time where he hails “phenomenal heroism and bravery” of police and emergency servic

    Edp24.co.uk -Crime 03.23 / 23:51 www.edp24.co.uk
    The Norfolk MP in charge of Britain’s policing has heralded the “phenomenal heroism and bravery” of our emergency…
  1. Gwyneth Paltrow wants to give us all a 'reality check' about anal sex

    Her.ie - Health 03.24 / 09:30 her.ie
    By Katie Mythen-Lynch It's been at least a week since Gwyneth Paltrow said something sensational, so you could say this was in the pipeline, so to speak. The Oscar winner has taken to her lifestyle website Goop to announce that we all need a 'reality check' when it comes to anal sex. Why? Well, according to Gwynnie, 'it’s practically standard in the modern bedroom'. Whether you agree or not, the Goopster has enlisted psychoanalyst Paul Joannides, author of the comprehensive bo…
  2. Desperate to lower your cholesterol? FORGET statins...THIS everyday food could CURE you

    Express-Health and Life 03.24 / 09:02 express.co.uk
    HIGH cholesterol affects thousands of people in the UK - and many people don't know they could be suffering. However experts have said people could add more garlic - a vital ingredient in thousands of British dishes - to their diet in a bid to boost…
  3. Pancreatic cancer: £10m charity investment could help TREAT ‘aggressive disease’

    Express-Health and Life 03.24 / 00:11 express.co.uk
    PANCREATIC cancer treatment could be on the horizon - after a £10 million investment from Cancer Research …
  4. Friends of New Addington man who took his own life have tattoos...

    Losing a close friend would always have an impact on someone's life, but the friends of a New Addington man who took his own life one year ago have had tattoos to make sure his name leaves a permanent mark on them.Jerome Rogers, 20, hanged himself in woods near his home in Kennelwood Crescent on March 7 last year.Six of his friends have inked their skin, each with a different design, to remember him by and they held a party on the day that would have been his 21st birthday last July.They…
  5. A-list movie star reveals how she got RIPPED for the big screen in gruelling workout video

    DailyStar-Diet 03.23 / 23:48 dailystar.co.uk
    HOLLYWOOD movie actress Jessica Biel has shared her secrets to getting shredded in an amazing…
  6. Budget: Critics attack lack of action on free childcare funding

    Cypnow.co.uk - Health 03.23 / 23:26 cypnow.co.uk
    Delivering the 2017 Budget in the House of Commons today, Chancellor Philip Hammond made announcements on school investment and the planned sugary drinks tax, but did not pledge any additional money …
  7. Devon medical centre must 'make improvements' according to CQC

    Despite being graded "inadequate" by government inspectors a Devon medical centre has been told it still needs to "make improvements". Hatherleigh Medical Centre was graded "inadequate" after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission in December last year. The medical practice was given a list of problems to address and while some improvements have been made government inspectors are still critical of the way the centre is managed. Safe management of…
  8. REVEALED: Most cancers caused by DNA 'copying mistakes' during cell division

    Express-Health and Life 03.23 / 20:29 express.co.uk
    MOST cancers are caused by random mistakes in the genetic code that occur when cells divide, new research has…
  1. Students from Dereham Sixth Form are first to give feedback in latest round of wind farm consultations

    Edp24.co.uk -Education 03.24 / 10:17 www.edp24.co.uk
    Students from Dereham Sixth Form College have been the first to give feedback in the latest round of consultations for the Norfolk Vanguard wind…
  2. Schools pay out £70k for slip-ups in class

    Express & Star -Education 03.24 / 09:54 expressandstar.com
    A pupil hit by a teacher ringing a bell, another smashed in the face with a hockey stick, and one hurt by football…
  3. Cork Training Centre Open Day

    Careersnews.ie - Education 03.24 / 09:19 careersnews.ie
    Cork Training Centre will host their Annual Open Day on Thursday 27th April, 2017.   The event is open [......] The post Cork Training Centre Open Day appeared first on Careers and Education…
  4. €2 million Fund to Target ICT Skills development

    Careersnews.ie - Education 03.24 / 09:08 careersnews.ie
    Ministers announce over €2 million Fund to Target ICT Skills development Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, [......] The post €2 million Fund to Target ICT Skills development appeared first on Careers and Education New…
  5. Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy

    Careersnews.ie - Education 03.24 / 08:57 careersnews.ie
    Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy – IICP The aim of this programme is to facilitate counsellors [......] The post Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy appeared first on Careers and Education…
  6. Maynooth University postgraduate scholarships

    Careersnews.ie - Education 03.24 / 08:57 careersnews.ie
    Taught Master’s Scholarships – We are offering sixty €2,000 cash scholarships for Taught Master’s programmes at Maynooth University. Requires [......] The post Maynooth University postgraduate scholarships appeared first on Careers and Education N…
  7. Intel Women in Technology Scholarships

    Careersnews.ie - Education 03.24 / 08:47 careersnews.ie
    Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the [......] The post Intel Women in Technology Scholarships appeared first on Careers and Education N…
  8. Norfolk council chief Wendy Thomson leads children’s services improvement bid

    Edp24.co.uk -Education 03.24 / 08:39 www.edp24.co.uk
    Norfolk County Council’s top officer has taken a leading role in trying to improve children’s…
  1. Review: Long Dog Cafe, Aberdeen

    Eveningexpress.co.uk - Food 03.24 / 10:35 eveningexpress.co.uk
    Heading along to this busy dog-friendly eatery for brunch, there was one thing on my mind, freakshakes. A mega milkshake with extravagant toppings, the freakshake trend is now popular in the city thanks to the cafe. Visiting for just that, my friend and I, accompanied by her dog, headed to the west end. Savoury before…
  2. Review: Gurkha Kitchen, Aberdeen

    Eveningexpress.co.uk - Food 03.24 / 10:24 eveningexpress.co.uk
    I’ve had Indian, Thai I love… but Nepalese? I was keen to try something different and Gurkha Kitchen definitely fitted the bill. With a menu that required Google for a bit of clarification, we decided on chicken choila and saag aloo to start and Everest chicken and chicken Gurkha special for mains. Perhaps our eyes…
  3. Review: Gurkha Kitchen, Aberdeen

    Eveningexpress.co.uk - Food 03.24 / 09:38 eveningexpress.co.uk
    I’ve had Indian, Thai I love… but Nepalese? I was keen to try something different and Gurkha Kitchen definitely fitted the bill. With a menu that required Google for a bit of clarification, we decided on chicken choila and saag aloo to start and Everest chicken and chicken Gurkha special for mains. Perhaps our eyes…
  4. Review: Filthy Gorgeous, Aberdeen

    Eveningexpress.co.uk - Food 03.24 / 09:05 eveningexpress.co.uk
    Buy some kale, make sure it’s organic, take it home, open your bin and throw it in – you don’t need this rubbish in your life.” That’s some way of being introduced to a restaurant but a fitting way to describe the attitude of this joint. Pink and yellow neon lights proclaim this establishment as…
  5. ‘Climate change easier to tackle than diet change’

    Combating climate change will be easier to achieve than improving global diets but both are interrelated, says a leading sustainability…
  6. Expansion plans secured for ingredients producer

    Food ingredients producer Kent Foods is to move into Symingtons’ former noodle factory in Leeds, as part of plans to expand its o…
  7. Scotland Food & Drink ‘to double sector to £30bn’

    Scotland Food & Drink has launched a £10M strategy to double the size of its sector to £30bn by 2…
  8. £1M Scottish aquaculture scheme to boost turnover

    A £1M Scottish aquaculture programme has been launched to boost supply chain innovation, increase industry turnover by about £8M, and create up to 50 j…
  1. Robert Devereux on what we can learn from the "anarchic" spirit of African art and why painting will never die

    Creativeboom.com - Arts&Culture 03.24 / 09:13 creativeboom.com
    When the Heavens Meet the Earth, a new show at the Heong Gallery in Cambridge, challenges a lot of ideas, and brings a number of important, if uncomfortable questions to the fore. Presenting work…
  2. Photographer Nico Krijno turns the still life upside down with playful digital deconstructions

    Creativeboom.com - Arts&Culture 03.24 / 08:41 creativeboom.com
    The subjects of South African photographer Nico Krijno’s still lifes are often temporary, unstable constructions, made of overlooked or ephemeral objects. These structures are created only to be p…
  3. Japan by Car: James Gilleard's illustrative journey through the Land of the Rising Sun

    Creativeboom.com - Arts&Culture 03.24 / 08:07 creativeboom.com
    James Gilleard is an illustrator and animator from the UK, currently working as a freelancer in Japan. After studying illustration and animation at Kingston University, he worked in a myriad of…
  4. Childhood without Cliche: Achim Lippoth captures the life force of the young

    Creativeboom.com - Arts&Culture 03.24 / 07:32 creativeboom.com
    Capturing a range of emotions, from spontaneity to melancholy, German art photographer Achim Lippoth's work goes beyond cliché to explore the true nature of childhood. With his best recent work …
  5. Swiss graphic designer Dafi Kühne's stunning book True Print shows how to merge analogue and digital to stunning effect

    Creativeboom.com - Arts&Culture 03.24 / 07:10 creativeboom.com
    We’re longtime fans of Swiss graphic designer Dafi Kühne, who works under the moniker Babyinktwice, and the end of last year heralded the release of his stunning publication True Print. Published by La…
  6. Ceramic Art York 2016: Ten British studio ceramicists to watch out for

    Culture24.org.uk - Arts&Culture 03.23 / 23:18 culture24.org.uk
    Here's ten studio potters to look out for at Ceramic Art York, the three day selling fair on September 9 and 10 featuring some of the most talented makers of British studio ceramics working…
  7. Alison Britton: Content and Form traces 40 years of maverick ceramics at the V&A

    Culture24.org.uk - Arts&Culture 03.23 / 23:18 culture24.org.uk
    The V&A presents a survey of work by the influential British potter Alison Britton, spanning her career over the last 40 years and featuring more than 60…
  8. Black Sheep: Artists explore The Darker Side of Felt at Forty Hall

    Culture24.org.uk - Arts&Culture 03.23 / 23:18 culture24.org.uk
    Forty Hall opens its exhibition programme for 2016 with an exploration of the edgier side of one of the most ancient constructed textiles -…
  1. Sharpe novels author Bernard Cornwell: My six best books

    Express.co.uk -Books 03.24 / 00:23 www.express.co.uk
    BERNARD CORNWELL, 73, is the author of the Sharpe novels which were made into a TV series starring Sean Bean. His books about Saxon England, The Last Kingdom, have also been adapted for television. The second series is being shown on BBC Two on Thursdays at…
  2. Book reviews: Exit West, Birdcage Walk and more

    Express.co.uk -Books 03.24 / 00:23 www.express.co.uk
    EXIT West is a powerful, tightly written novel about nationhood and…