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  1. Help improve karma in Oxford and join the Helpfulpeeps

    A new social media vowing to spread helpfulness and create a ‘karma economy’ is coming to Oxford. Founded by Simon Hills and Saf Nazeer, the social network Helpfulpeeps is looking to recruit community ‘champions’ in Oxford who want to contribute to their community for free by sharing their time, skills, and energy to help other [……
  2. Animal rights group condemns circus opening in Bromsgrove today

    Herefordtimes.com - Worcestershire 03.29 / 09:03 herefordtimes.com
    AN animal rights group is calling on residents to avoid Circus Mondao, which opens in Bromsgrove tomorrow, claiming its animals are poorly cared…
  3. Abronhill Gala Day named

    Hard working Abronhill Regeneration Group has named the date for its popular gala…
  4. Egyptian fun at Ashperton Primary

    Herefordtimes.com - Herefordshire 03.29 / 08:51 herefordtimes.com
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  5. Inspirational Clent mum aims to raise £125,000 for cancer charity

    Herefordtimes.com - West Midlands 03.29 / 08:51 herefordtimes.com
    AN inspirational Clent woman fighting back against an incurable cancer diagnosis is determined to raise around £125,000 for a charity which helps people facing similar …
  6. Iconic Agatha Christie murder mystery coming to the Stourbridge stage

    Herefordtimes.com - West Midlands 03.29 / 08:51 herefordtimes.com
    ONE of the most critically acclaim plays of all time is coming to Stourbridge Town Hall next…
  7. Five people arrested after man stopped on London Road and property searched

    Nowbath.co.uk - Bath in Somerset 03.29 / 08:51 nowbath.co.uk
    Avon and Somerset Police arrested five people and seized suspected heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis in Bath on Saturday 25th March, after a man was stopped on the London Road and found to be in possession of one of the drugs. Officers then searched his home address in the Kingsmead area, leading the seizure of…
  8. Hospice’s Sister Jackie is named best in country

    Onthewight.com - Isle of Wight 03.29 / 08:43 onthewight.com
    Well done to Hospice Sister, Jackie Whiller, who has received the top accolade of “Palliative Nurse of the Year” from the International Journal of Palliative Nur…
  1. Baby squirrel rescued after nest found in felled tree

    News.stv.tv - Aberdeen 03.29 / 08:58 news.stv.tv
    One-week-old rodent now being cared for at the Scottish SPCA centre in…
  2. Man kicked to the ground in attack near cemetery

    News.stv.tv - Edinburgh 03.29 / 08:37 news.stv.tv
    The 33-year-old victim was targeted while walking in Hawick in the…
  3. Motor sport – Cleland plea to make Clark museum happen

    John Cleland, a double British Touring Car champion, has backed the bid to build a new museum dedicated to Formula One legend Jim Clark. The Borders-based former BTCC racer has pledged £500 towards the #jimclarkmuseum project on crowdfunder.co.uk, and called on motorsport fans to join him by making pledges before the April 21 deadline. He …
  4. Wet Wet Wet are Back Back Back

    80’s Supergroup Wet Wet Wet to perform two 30th Anniversary concerts Wet Wet Wet will celebrate the 30th anniversary of ‘Popped In Souled Out’ with two very special shows Rochester Castle on 12th July and Edinburgh Castle on 15th July where the band will be performing tracks from their classic debut as well as their…
  5. Marionville Meadowbank – Luxury at an affordable price

    CONTINUING TO SET A BENCHMARK FOR EXCELLENCE-  MARIONVILLE, MEADOWBANK HAS LUXURY TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS FROM JUST £270K Latest Capital development from multi award winning MNM Developments is appealing strongly to young professionals, downsizers and investors – MNM Developments, a family run developer with its eye firmly on creating stand out luxury apartment developments across Edinburgh [&#…
  6. Neil Lennon insists that no complacency has set in amongst players

    Hibs’ Head Coach Neil Lennon insists that no complacency has set in amongst his players as they sit ten points clear at the top of the Championship although he did concede that Saturday’s victory over Falkirk has resulted in a quiet confidence in the squad. Hibs face third placed Morton tonight at Easter Road knowing…
  7. Building collapses in city centre spark

    News.stv.tv - Scotland 03.29 / 08:02 news.stv.tv
    Emergency services were called out to Atholl Street after a stairwell…
  8. Edinburgh Trams record busiest day ever

      All it took was a rugby international at Murrayfield and the trams clocked up more passenger journeys than before. In a single day 28,000 passenger journeys were made on the line. In the  RBS Six Nations Rugby series when Scotland met Wales at BT Murrayfield Stadium in late February, it led to the most journeys in one day yet. [R…
  1. Linfield manager pays tribute to Ryan McBride

    Colerainetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 03.29 / 08:50 colerainetimes.co.uk
    Northern Ireland’s all time leading goalscorer David Healy has paid tribute to late Derry City Football Club captain Ryan McBride during a visit to…
  2. International tour operators explore the Causeway Coastal Route

    Colerainetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 03.29 / 08:39 colerainetimes.co.uk
    Top international tour operators have been enjoying a visit to the Causeway Coastal Route, as part of a fact-finding trip to Northern…
  3. “My son’s FAST action saved my life” – County Down stroke survivor

    Newrytimes.com - Northern Ireland 03.29 / 08:21 newrytimes.com
    Stroke survivor Gerard McClean, from Kilcoo, County Down, is joining the Stroke Association in calling for people across Northern Ireland to be more aware of the early warning signs of stroke, and to share the FAST message to help save more lives. Gerard (59) had a stroke in June 2013, on Father’s Day, while doing […
  4. Brexit: Looks like Donegal's leaving EU too... My cousin Daniel will be pleased: Jeffrey Donaldson jokes over Guardian f

    At times of historical significance it is often the newspapers that come to to fore with their striking front pages, and as Theresa May began the formal process to trigger the UK's exit from the EU Wednesday's headline makers again stood up to the…
  5. Elderly man tied up, beaten and head covered with pillowcase in Kilkeel burglary

    An elderly man was tied up and beaten before his head was covered with a pillowcase in a Kilkeel…
  6. International wildfire investigation seminar held in Newry

    Newrytimes.com - Northern Ireland 03.29 / 07:12 newrytimes.com
    A two-day international wildfire investigation seminar ‘Wildfires, Don’t Speculate, Investigate!’, took place earlier this week in Newry. The first to be held on the island of Ireland, the seminar was organised to help fire protection professionals better understand wildfires in order to improve prevention measures and develop their investigative skills.   Accurately determining the origin [R…
  7. Martin Lynch backs group fighting to 'save' Belfast's Cathedral Quarter from regeneration

    Belfast playwright Martin Lynch has thrown his weight behind a campaign to "develop, not demolish", amid news of plans for a £400m regeneration of part of the city …
  8. Family’s anguished wait over as Jack Glenn’s body found in Rover Foyle

    The family of Jack Glenn - whose body was recovered from the River Foyle on Monday - will finally get to lay him to rest on…
  1. MP and Rhyl war veteran caught up in terror attack speak of dramatic scenes inside Westminster

    Stewart Harris, who served for 13 years in the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards and was involved in the Poppy Appeal’s moving campaign, had been invited to the House of Commons for a Royal British Legion Parliamentary reception and was asked to rally support f…
  2. Roof To Be Closed For Quarter-Final

    Ospreys face Stade Francais in the Challenge Cup this…