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  1. Popular Stourbridge wedding venue set to feature in upcoming romantic novel

    Herefordtimes.com - West Midlands 05.24 / 15:42 herefordtimes.com
    A COUNTRY house near Stourbridge has been chosen as one of the settings in a new romantic novel which is being released this…
  2. Bailey is back!

    Bluebelldigital.co.uk - East Grinstead 05.24 / 15:18 bluebelldigital.co.uk
    BAILEY, the family dog which went missing in the woods at East Court yesterday, has been found safe and well Continue Reading The post Bailey is back! appeared first on East Grinstead…
  3. Town car parks retain safety award

    Bluebelldigital.co.uk - East Grinstead 05.24 / 15:18 bluebelldigital.co.uk
    ALL seven of the town’s Mid Sussex car parks have retained the prestigious Police Park Mark award for safety and Continue Reading The post Town car parks retain safety award appeared first on East Grinstead…
  4. Mums deliver clothes for refugees

    Bluebelldigital.co.uk - East Grinstead 05.24 / 15:18 bluebelldigital.co.uk
    A group of local mums – Lisa Maria Sproule, Clemency Scarf Beckett, Rosie Fraser, Tally Bhangu, Julia Nye and Danni Beach Continue Reading The post Mums deliver clothes for refugees appeared first on East Grinstead …
  5. 108th birthday for cheeky Nan

    Bluebelldigital.co.uk - East Grinstead 05.24 / 15:18 bluebelldigital.co.uk
    A “cheeky” Littlefair resident celebrates her 108th birthday today. Elizabeth Mary Edwards, nee Haffenden, was born in Chuck Hatch, and grew Continue Reading The post 108th birthday for cheeky Nan appeared first on East Grinstead Onli…
  6. And it’s a farewell from Starry Steve…

    Bluebelldigital.co.uk - East Grinstead 05.24 / 15:18 bluebelldigital.co.uk
    Above: Starry Steve Pond living every minute when Sussex astronaut Major Tim Peake was blasted into space – do try Continue Reading The post And it’s a farewell from Starry Steve… appeared first on East Grinstead…
  7. Everything’s coming up roses: what to do with edible flowers

    Hamhigh.co.uk - England 05.24 / 15:15 hamhigh.co.uk
    How to use them, which to pick and recipes to show them off to your…
  8. Advertiser Diary for the week beginning May 25, 2017

    Herefordtimes.com - Shropshire 05.24 / 15:13 herefordtimes.com
    Friday 8am – 1pm Lydbury Village Market at Lydbury Village Hall 10am – 1pm Craven Arms and District History Group Drop-in at Craven Arms Community Centre 11am – 12.45pm Ludlow Cancer Support Group at St Peter’s Parish Centre, Henley Road, Ludlow. Saturday 9am – 1pm Farmers’ Market at Bishop's Castle Town Hall. 10am – 2pm Grand plant sale at St…
  1. Island News & Advertiser editor retires from journalism to concentrate on book projects

    After a career in the media spanning almost four decades, Island News & Advertiser’s editor has decided to retire from journalism to concentrate on book projects. Susy Macaulay of North Uist founded Island News & Advertiser in 2012 as a free, monthly newspaper. It was distributed across the Scottish Islands, with a print run of […] The post Island News & Advertiser editor retires from journalism to concentrate on book projects appeared first on Island News & A…
  2. New award for aspiring writers for children in Gaelic

    A new writing award, Duais Sgrìobhaidh do Chlann ann an Gàidhlig, has been launched in the Western Isles. The award, created in partnership by Acair Books, An Lanntair and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Libraries), is aimed at inspiring original Gaelic writing for children and hopes to encourage new authors who may not have thought of […] The post New award for aspiring writers for children in Gaelic appeared first on Island News & A…
  3. MacNeil criticises ‘shambolic’ BT service

    Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil has demanded that BT take immediate steps to improve the level of service provided to customers after several of his constituents were left without services for more than two months. Mr MacNeil  said he is often called upon by constituents to assist in getting phone lines and broadband installed or […] The post MacNeil criticises ‘shambolic’ BT service appeared first on Island News & …
  4. Trees planted in Point as part of Trust’s Croft Woodland project

    More than 400 trees have been planted at Ionad Stoodie in Point in an event organised by Point Sport and Recreation Association and tied in with the AGM of Point and Sandwick Trust. Around 30 people turned out to plant the trees on Saturday morning, an event which also heralded the start of National Tree […] The post Trees planted in Point as part of Trust’s Croft Woodland project appeared first on Island News &…
  5. Blaze in sauna rips through caravan park leisure complex

    News.stv.tv - Glasgow 05.24 / 14:43 news.stv.tv
    The leisure complex at Viewfield Manor, Kilwinning, has closed after the…
  6. Ariana Grande to ‘pay for the funerals’ of 22 people killed in Manchester terrorist attack

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 05.24 / 14:10 eveningtimes.co.uk
    US singer Ariana Grande is to “pay for the funerals” of the 22 people who were killed in a terrorist attack after her Manchester gig on Monday night, according to a fan pag…
  7. Daughter's 'double life' leaves Greenock dad heartbroken

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 05.24 / 13:50 eveningtimes.co.uk
    A FATHER who lavished a luxury lifestyle on his long lost daughter after they reunited has been cleared of attacking her — after a court heard how she’d used his money to fund a secret ‘double life’…
  8. Killer who knifed pensioner to death in unprovoked attack is jailed for life

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 05.24 / 13:10 eveningtimes.co.uk
    A KNIFE thug who murdered a pensioner by stabbing him twice in the back in an unprovoked attack was today jailed for life.   Twenty-five-year-old Peter Telfer was ordered to serve at least 21 years in prison for the brutal, unprovoked murder of 76-year-old John Baker.   John was killed by Telfer as he walked to his home in Glasgow's east end after a night out with a friend.   The High Court in Glasgow heard that the murder of John happened at the end of a crime spree through th…
  1. Parent's fears possible hazardous substance dumped at Belfast bonfire site after son hospitalised

    Emergency services are investigating the possible dumping of a hazardous substance at a bonfire site in Belfast after a concerned parent contacted police about the material after their young son was taken to…
  2. Thinking of fostering? Advice from Northern Ireland's Foster Carers of the Year

    With over 2,000 children in young people in Northern Ireland in foster care, the need for foster parents is hugely…
  3. Eight beaches recognised with international Blue Flag standard - but Crawfordsburn and Castlerock miss out

    Eight of Northern Ireland's beaches will have the right to fly the Blue Flag award this year - however two which received the honour last year have missed…
  4. 'Navel-gazing' politicians warned about slow Brexit response

    Navel-gazing politicians risk being left behind by businesses over Brexit, the president of Northern Ireland's Law Society…
  5. Belfast grandfather on drugs-related charges bailed

    A grandfather charged in connection with the suspected seizure of £40,000 worth of cannabis and £34,000 in cash can be released on bail, a High Court judge ruled on Wednesday, May 2…
  6. IN FULL: Non-domestic RHI claimant list

    Colerainetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 05.24 / 14:11 colerainetimes.co.uk
    The Department for the Economy has today published the full list of individuals and companies who have received more than £5,000 under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)…
  7. Operation Temperer: 984 soldiers to be deployed in Britain, but none in Northern Ireland

    Almost 1,000 soldiers will be deployed in Britain as part of Operation Temperer, but none will be in Northern…
  8. Revealed: Full list of RHI scheme claimants in Northern Ireland

    The Department of the Economy has published a list of individuals and companies that received money under the Renewable Heating Incentive scheme which effectively collapsed power sharing arrangements at…
  1. Book of condolence opens in St Asaph for the victims of the Manchester attack

    The book will allow people to pen their thoughts and prayers for everyone affected by the attack in the…
  2. Details behind the murder of Rhyl's Mark Mason

    It was that turf war which led to a vicious and terrifying knife attack after the van was boxed in – and within 60 seconds Rhyl dad of two Mark Mason was dying from 22 stab wounds, inflicted before he was able to get out of his seat b…
  3. Urban explorers criticised after filming themselves climbing at North Wales Hospital

    A group of urban explorers and parkour enthusiasts have been criticised after filming themselves climbing at the former North Wales Hospital in…
  4. Mark Mason Rhyl murder trial: Man convicted of murder, manslaughter for other two men

    The jury at Mold Crown Court had been out considering their verdicts for 15 hours and six minutes over a four day…
  5. Celebrating 50 golden years of Merched y Wawr

    A national women’s organisation that began in the Bala area will be celebrating its golden anniversary in style thanks to a trailer c…
  6. Shingler Called Into Wales Squad

    Scarlets flanker Aaron Shingler is now part of the team facing Samoa and Tonga next month, replacing an Osprey…
  7. Appeal to replace St Asaph hand-built log cabin hit in arson attack

    A FUNDRAISING appeal to replace a Scandinavian log cabin deliberately burned down at an outdoor pursuits centre last month has already brought in…
  8. Swansea Stands Strong For Manchester

    People in Swansea gathered in Castle Square last night in solidarity for the 22 lives lost in Monday night's terror…