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Downton Abbey: 6 things you should know with 6 days to go

Brace yourselves viewers, it looks like we’re in for a rollercoaster ride during series five of Downton Abbey. The new batch of episodes launches this Sunday (September 21) and the cast have been heard talking about what to expect, so we’ve taken the liberty of rounding them up in six easy pointers! 1. What happened at the end of series …

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Crimestoppers and Openreach appeal for information on cable cut in West …

Monday 15th September 2014 Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and partner Openreach (a BT Group Business) are appealing for information relating to damage to the telecommunications network which resulted in areas of Newcastle Upton Tyne being left without communication services. The incident took place in West Denton along The Roman Way, adjacent to Alston Avenue and Grace Street in the early hours …

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Pontypridd and Llantrisant: Your community news

CHURCH VILLAGE TONTEG Send your news to: Anthony Raines 37 Cae Fardre, Church Village, CF38 1DS 01443 203174 raines_56@hotmail.com Birthdays And Wishes: Happy Birthday to Clive Prior 61on October 9 and congratulations to Clive and Wife Andrea on their twenty second wedding anniversary on the same day. Llantwit Fardre Community Council: The Christmas Fete held last year at the Llantwit …

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Scholes: LVG has selection headache

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes believes manager Louis van Gaal’s greatest challenge is accommodating the attacking options he now has at his disposal. However, he admits the Dutchman also has to sort out the Red Devils’ suspect defence if they are to secure a return to the Champions League this season. The £59.7million arrival of Argentina winger Angel di …

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Spurs to consider all options

Tottenham are assessing all options for a temporary home – including Wembley and the Olympic Stadium – after announcing a delay in the construction of their new stadium. A High Court challenge has resulted in a revised construction programme, with the shortest build time meaning Spurs must leave White Hart Lane to allow the new stadium to be built adjacent …

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Residents of rundown housing estate just 400m from Holyrood reveal they are …

A FEW hundred yards from the Scottish Parliament at the foot of Arthur’s Seat, it should be one the country’s most desirable areas to live in. But the Dumbiedykes council house estate in the centre of Edinburgh has instead been blighted by unemployment, poverty and ill health. With its looming 60s tower blocks, it looks grim even in the sunshine. …

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Lyle puts aside talk of retirement

Lyle puts aside talk of retirement Updated 9:12am Friday 12th September 2014 in Sport By Dan Barnes, Sports reporter Stevie Lyle STEVIE Lyle says his retirement plans are far from set in stone and the veteran netminder will bide his time before deciding if his upcoming campaign with the Swindon Wildcats will be his last. The 34-year-old former Great Britain …

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M6 blocked by dog home donors

Well-wishers donating to the tragic Manchester Dogs Home after it was set on fire have gridlocked the M6. The outpouring of support from members of the public has already seen more than £1.2 million pledged in less than 48 hours after the suspected arson attack. But overwhelmed staff have now been forced to tell people donating supplies to stay away …

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Weird Dogs, Robot Dogs and Scary Dogs

Dogs that defy the laws of science

Weird Dogs “How I learned to stop worrying and love the dog” by The Late Mitchell Warren Sponsored by the book “Raining Cats Dogs“, by Mitchell Warren Dogs of science remains an uncomfortable subject today, given our new standards of elevating canines to the deserving status of human beings, all the while we disregard anything that doesn’t have a snout …

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Babysitter Jay Miller who badly beat toddler, jailed for two-and-a-half years

Jay Miller broke two-year-old’s arm, held her by ears and hit her head, a court heard Doctors say bruises and arm fracture were caused by pulling and twisting Injuries were sustained while girl’s mother was out of the house, court told Miller denied charge of grievous bodily harm and four charges of actual bodily harm But he was later convicted …

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