South China Morning Post
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Hongkongers are set to celebrate the annual Dragon Boat festival in heat and rain on Tuesday, the citys weather forecaster said. The steamy weather could be bad news for paddlers competing in the centuries-old races across the city, in Tai O, Aberdeen, Stanley and Sha Tin. Showers now affecting the northern part of the South China Sea will edge closer to the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days, the Hong Kong Observatory said in a statement. A trough of low...
Evening Standard
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A black feminist festival due to be held in Paris should be banned for excluding white people, the city's mayor has said.
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Manchester last night and another at Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex some business owners and residents in Cardiff have raised concerns about the impact of footballs Champions League final in the city on Saturday British Airways is facing criticism over the way is handle the failure of its computer system and the aid of the stuff that gets underway in Bridgend today it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the week this is the news headlines he's got the Sport for sale above the line set off today for New Zealand and toward of the toughest ever changes and uncertainty with the well squad repairing in Colwyn Bay before the road to test an under Ospreys pop goes Thomas has been called up for replacing Sky from Evans he's out with a hand injury suffered on Saturday we will Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and Scarlets back Rhys patchell join the training campus cover for Samsung lead and Phil doleman elbow.
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The view up the hill from the Brunnchen fanzone. Any view is always improved by a caravan. We take a tour around the 'Ring's craziest fan hotspots during its biggest race of the year Therburgring 24hr endurance race, held this weekend at the infamous German motorsport mecca, may be the world’s most outrageous racing event. It’s made unique by the punishing 15.5-mile circuit it’s contested on; by the 200-strong, borderline dangerously varied field of cars entered; by the incredible bravery and skill of the drivers who tackle it; and not least by the hedonistic commitment of the fans who descend on that particular corner of the Eifel mountains in their hundreds of thousands every Whitsun bank holiday weekend. This year's race was won by the Land Motorsport Team's Audi R8 LMS driven by Connor De Phillippi, Christopher Mies, Markus Winkelhock and Kelvin van der Linde.
Deadline
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Lancashire Telegraph
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‘THE biggest event’ in Darwen’s calender is underway as music acts came together for a bank holiday extravaganza.
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Exeter train physically hard and puddle of mental an effort into the daily sessions than expected to perform in the highest stage in for the 60 hundred thousand people week in Week Out and then you have all the other things that I stay today finally be reversed everyone gets underway in Bridgend latest security has been tightened following the Manchester bombing it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the next week that's the news on BBC Radio Wales let's get weekend Sports News Ospreys prop Gareth Thomas been called up to Wales squad for summer tour matches against Fiji and Samoa whilst Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and Scarlets Pancras petrol join this week's training camp in Colwyn Bay is colourful Samson Lee Enfield EN1 they're both have scans tomorrow so I might replace is Rob Evans who suffered an injury in Scarlett's Slim Pro 12 final victory of a monster divine in six tries to first from Liam Williams in.
Lancashire Telegraph
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‘THE biggest event’ in Darwen’s calender is underway as music acts came together for a bank holiday extravaganza.
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in the pro 12 playoff final on Saturday coming up on the programme it seems that these people really hates having a good time they hate the benefits and fruits of all of our freedom and equality and diversity are open this and so we should celebrate those with with all the more they're still on with the message from the hay Festival this weekend with him all from its president Stephen Fry and others before 9 o'clock this is good morning Wales on BBC Radio Wales Lynn Morgan joined us with the morning good morning the security service MI5 is examining the way you're dealt with warnings from the public that Salman a baby was dangerous five years before his suicide bombing at Manchester Arena the review will look at the way the risk was the first police investigating the bomb.
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Stanford today anybody from your cloud computing with her yes yes the one in primaries that she's in a can of gold today and then I've got another one secondary school choir on Thursdays is there a busy week my wife no bank holiday festival at the festival being held this year at Newbridge and I'm here to tell if you're it tag when a list of the executive committee is at the campsite this morning when he's like when you're here in my caravan it's not very nice outside though I did not sleep with wife Lisa I'm a happy camper this morning I think so of course is the first day of capacitors and don't be arriving in their droves I'm sure I'm sure those all-important feeling but probably started already haven't happened with the.
BBC Radio Wales
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keep it 7:30 now these are top stories this morning the security service MI5 is examining the way it dealt with warning this sound when a baby was dangerous five years before his suicide bombing at the Manchester arena police investigating the bombing made two more arrests in Manchester last night and another at Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex some business owners and residents in Cardiff a raise concerns about the impact of football champions league final in the city on Saturday British Airways is facing criticism of the way it's handled the failure of its computer system and the end of this never gets underway in Bridgend later it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the week as the news headlines he's got the sport presenter of The Lions set off today for New Zealand in the tort of the toughest ever.
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good morning it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the next week and that's the news on BBC Radio Wales it's coming round to 7:05 thanks a busy weekend sports details it has and a moving forward from that Ospreys prop guy Thomas has been called up to while scored for the Summer tour Games against Fiji and Samoa what's Ospreys prop rhodri Jones it's gone it's batteries petrol join this week training camp in Colwyn Bay as cover the Samson Lee and Phil Dolman have scans tomorrow Thomas replaces Rob Evans itself with an injury in Scarlet swelling pro12 final victory of the Munster around 6 try the first from Liam Williams his final appearance before leaving to join Saracens coach Wayne pivac doesn't think I'm actually seen the last of a player he raises one of the best in the world I go out with one of her she'll come across a real computer.
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disappoint. You are worse than Richard Arnold. You do not pause for breath. It's unusual. I got so much. I got to get through it all. The 70th Cannes Film festival came to a close in the South of France yesterday. and as always, it was a glamourous affair. Well, it was for most of the stars walking the red carpet. Joaquin Phoenix opted for a more dressed-down look.
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A MAJOR Hampshire music festival is to take a break next year.
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TIME - Top Stories
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(CANNES, France) The Cannes Film Festival awarded its coveted Palme d'Or award to Ruben Ostlund's Swedish comedy The Square on Sunday, while Sofia Coppola became only the second woman to win the best director award. Oh my god! OK, the Swedish filmmaker exclaimed after he bounded onto the stage to collect the prestigious Palme, in a rare and somewhat surprising win for a comedy. In The Square, Claes Bang plays a museum director whose manicured life begins to unravel after a series of events that upset his, and the museum's, calm equilibrium. The movie's title comes from an art installation that Bang's character is prepping, which invites anyone who enters a small square to be kind and generous. The film's satire and exploration of moral dilemmas culminated in one of the festival's most eye-catching scenes.
South China Morning Post
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After 12 days of red-carpet glamour, political fashion statements and wardrobe malfunctions, these are the looks that turned heads at the Cannes film festival. Gowns slashed almost to the hip were omnipresent at this years Cannes, with Susan Sarandon at 70, the same age as the festival giving a masterclass in the genre when she turned up on opening night in a green velvet number that also made the most of her ample cleavage. But the dangers of the thigh split were also on...
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kong stocks edged slightly lower in early Monday trading, following a round of modest gains in overseas markets at the end of last week. The Hang Seng Index opened down 0.10 per cent at 25,612.36, and the Hang Seng China Enterprises index rose 0.04 per cent to 10,583.72 as trade opened. The three major US indices closed mixed on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing 0.01 per cent lower at 21,080.28, the SP 500 rose 0.03 per cent to 2,415.82, while, the Nasdaq Composite up...