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Fury at bids for uni massacre rifle

The gun used by the sniper in the 1966 University of Texas massacre is being sold at an online auction A woman whose relatives were killed in a 1966 sniper rampage at the University of Texas that left 16 people dead and dozens more wounded says she is horrified that the high-powered rifle used by the gunman is being sold …

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English League Cup 3rd round results

By Reuters Published: 16:34 EST, 24 September 2014 | Updated: 16:34 EST, 24 September 2014 Sept 24 (Infostrada Sports) – Results from the English League Cup 3rd Round matches on Wednesday 3rd Round Wednesday, September 24 Crystal Palace – Newcastle United 2-3 (halftime: 1-1, 90 mins: 2-2) AET West Bromwich Albion – Hull City 3-2 (halftime: 1-1) Burton Albion (IV) …

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Wallabies ring wing changes for Cape Town clash

By Reuters Published: 07:11 EST, 25 September 2014 | Updated: 07:11 EST, 25 September 2014 By Mark Gleeson CAPE TOWN, Sept 25 (Reuters) – Winger Joe Tomane will make his first international appearance in almost a year as Australia made three changes to their side for their Rugby Championship test against South Africa at Newlands on Saturday. Adam Ashley-Cooper returns …

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Crimestoppers and Police Service Northern Ireland launch Scratch and Sniff …

25 September 2014  Crimestoppers and The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) have today launched ‘scratch and sniff’, an initiative to help people spot the tell-tale signs of cannabis factories. As demonstrated with the Charity’s campaign earlier in the year, the objective is to raise public awareness so that more people pass on information about suspicious activity anonymously to Crimestoppers or …

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Welsh devolution? A cry from the valleys, for the nation Britain forgot

It started miserably enough when the rugby team  won only scraps at the Six Nations table, even if they did play with more vim and vigour against South Africa during the summer Tests. Our health service, particularly the Welsh Ambulance Service, seems itself in need of emergency resuscitation. This is a devolved responsibility, with the Welsh Government ultimately in charge …

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Wiggins set to urge title

Sir Bradley Wiggins lines adult for a start of a Tour of Britain in Liverpool on Sunday, behest to urge a pretension he won 12 months ago in a competition that has been some-more opposition any year. Team Sky’s Wiggins has a event to uncover himself on home roads after blank out on preference for a Tour de France that …

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Paris Jackson ‘moves from hospital to a treatment centre’ one month after her …

By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 10:26 EST, 13 July 2013 | Updated: 10:27 EST, 13 July 2013 32 View comments Paris Jackson has been released from hospital, one month after trying to take her own life. The only daughter of Michael Jackson was admitted to UCLA Medical Center following her suicide attempt on June 5, and on Tuesday she was …

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Leicester’s Got Talent 2014

We are proud to continue supporting Leicester’s Got Talent as it runs for a third consecutive year on Saturday 16 November 2014. This is a not-for-profit event aimed at young people in Leicester to bring the community together in a safe and welcoming environment. Organised by Pukaar News and Anand International, this competition gives young people an opportunity to share …

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BBC Wildlife expert opens new animal care teaching centre in South Wales

Aspiring animal care workers in South Wales now have more opportunity to train and develop their skills following the launch of a new animal care centre in Caerphilly. One of Wales’ largest training providers, ACT Training, is the only one which offers animal care courses in South Wales. The company already has an animal care centre at their Hadfield Road …

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Crimestoppers and Openreach seek information on latest cable theft in the …

September 22nd 2014 Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and partner Openreach (a BT Group Business) are appealing for information relating to the theft of a telecommunications cable in Billingham that left thousands without service. The incident occurred on Norton Road, close to Billingham Beck and the A139, at approximately 11.20pm on Sunday 14th September and affected telephone and broadband services for customers …

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