Bristol Post
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The defender was transfer-listed in January and banned from driving last year
Yorkshire Post - Sports
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LITTLE love is lost between Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday supporters and Saturday's occasion looks likely to be particularly spicy, with Sam Winnall making his first return to Oakwell following his January move to Hillsborough.
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ABC News - International
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Bleacher Report
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( John Wall deserves credit for all he is doing at both ends, but give me Irving over Bradley Beal, Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, Isaiah Thomas or Al Horford .) On paper, the Washington Wizards , Toronto Raptors and Celtics just don't inspire enough faith for anyone to assume the Cavaliers won't make another Finals. But as great as Irving is, Cleveland's hopes of repeating still boil down more to how dominant James is going to be. If he doesn't fall short of his best effort, the Cavs will indeed be a lot better after the regular season ends. That next gear is not a sure thing for the Wizards or Celtics or Raptors. The Raptorswhom an NBA insider described at the start of January as " one-and-a-half players away " from contendingare closest to finding out if they have that gear because they were shrewdly aggressive in trading for Serge Ibaka and PJ Tucker in February.
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Bristol Post
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Weve picked out six key players that were tipped for a move to BS3
Daily Mail - Home
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Anthony Fisher, 58, (pictured) was found dead by his horrified son after he was brutally stabbed and left in a pool of blood inside his home in Carlton, Nottingham, on January 8 last year.
Dover Express
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Derby Telegraph
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Gary Rowett believes one of the tasks facing Derby County is to change the perception that the squad lacks a winning mentality.Heavy criticism has been levelled at the players during a current run of just one win in 10 league games.The poor form has seen the Rams tumble to nine-points off the pace in the race to reach the play offs having been sixth at the end of January.It is a sequence of results that cost Steve McClaren his job and Rowett recently became the club's fifth manager in 13...
Daily Mail - Home
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Anthony Fisher, 58, (pictured) was found dead by his horrified son after he was brutally stabbed and left in a pool of blood inside his home in Carlton, Nottingham, on January 8 last year.
MarketWatch Headlines
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Scott Laird hopes to make his loan move from Scunthorpe United to Walsall permanent in the summer.Laird initially joined the Saddlers on loan from the Iron in August and extended that in January remaining on loan at the Banks's Stadium until the end of the season.Laird has become a fans favourite during his time at Walsall and has made 30 appearances at full back and both in central defence. The 28-year-old has made no secret that he has enjoyed his time at the Midlands club and hopes he can...
Dover Express
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Western Daily Press
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AFC Bournemouth have entered the race to sign Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone this summer.According to reports in The Sun, the Cherries have joined a race that includes fellow Premier League sides Everton and Sunderland for the 24-year-old, who is on loan at Aston Villa.And the Villains are also hoping to push through a permanent deal for Johnstone, who has impressed since arriving at Villa Park in January, keeping five clean sheets in his last six matches.Johnstone, who played one...
Slate
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Bleacher Report
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Washington Free Beacon
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Hillary Clinton's infamous campaign logo was created by a three-person team of designers who were invited to work on the "secret" design project four months before the official campaign launch in April 2015, according to a recently published essay written by the lead designers. Michael Bierut's essay, " I'm With Her: What I learned designing a logo for Hillary Clinton ," was published in the Design Observer. It chronicles the timeline of his involvement with Clinton's campaign—from the excitement of learning that his logo was chosen, to the heartbreak of Clinton's electoral defeat, and further to his decision to wear the logo at the January Women's March" in Washington, D.C. It all began in January 2015, when Bierut was "invited to volunteer" his services for what he saw as Clinton's "historic moment." "I was invited to volunteer my services on a secret project: the design of a logo for the possible presidential bid of the former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton," Bierut wrote.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A Nottinghamshire paedophile in his 70s who sexually assaulted a teenage girl has been jailed for five years.William Barry Levick, 78, has been jailed after admitting sexually assaulting and touching a 13-year-old girl at Nottingham Crown Court at a hearing last Wednesday (March 22).The offences - carried out between January 1 and February 4 this year - came to light after the victim first disclosed what had happened to her to police on February 4, telling officers Levick had been abusing her...
South China Morning Post
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ITV
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got re- diagnosed in January. You look fantastic. A few days a month can be coped with on this chemo and I will be back to.
The Iran Project
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Al-Monitor l Seyed Hossein Mousavian: Anyone who follows international politics knows that the rivalry between Iran and the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) is bitter and has exacerbated the various conflicts raging across the Middle East. Relations between the two Persian Gulf power centers took a turn for the worse after the Arab Spring, as power vacuums emerged throughout the region, and further deteriorated when the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the six world powers successfully concluded in 2015. In recent months, however, there have been signs of progress toward reconciliation between Iran and the PGCC. Iran had made repeated attempts to reach out since President Hassan Rouhani’s inauguration in August 2013, but they largely met with unreceptive ears. That changed in January, with the Kuwaiti foreign minister, Sabah Khalid Al Sabah, making a landmark visit to Tehran, where he reportedly delivered a message to Rouhani concerning the “basis of dialogue” between Iran and the GCC states.