Plymouth Herald
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DW
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Bike EXIF
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This week, we've got a sublime CB, a wild Sportster and a pair of vastly different race bikes. Oh, and someone actually built an attractive Honda Shadow. Which one would you take home? Honda CB750 by John Green This retro-fabulous Honda CB750 is so on point, I'm finding it hard to believe that it was put together by “a normal dude, in a normal garage, in Denton, Texas.” Even more remarkably, it started out as frame, motor and a box of parts. That didn't deter normal dude' John Green in the slightest; he's put it back together, and he's done so in spectacular fashion. This CB's a 1970 model, that had been standing since 76. It turned out that the previous owner had some engine work done by the renowned R.C. Engineering in California—like a polished and micro-balanced crank and some light porting, among other things. John also found a NOS set of forged Venolia pistons in the box, so he had the cylinders bored, pushing the capacity to 836cc.
Daily Express - Finance
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SIR Philip Green, the former owner of BHS, has been warned he could still lose his knighthood, a year after the collapse of the firm.
Plymouth Herald
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The man who bought an entire coastal village for more than £11 million is at the centre of a battle with locals. Nicholas Johnston bought the Bantham estate in South Devon three years ago. He secured 728 acres of land, a golf course, village shop, a pub to add to his 4,000 acre Great Tew estate in Oxfordshire where he hosts the so called Poshstock music festival. But now Johnston is proposing to develop the village and beach and he is facing a backlash from local...
Global News
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Plymouth Herald
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The man who bought an entire coastal village for more than £11 million is at the centre of a battle with locals. Nicholas Johnston bought the Bantham estate in South Devon three years ago. He secured 728 acres of land, a golf course, village shop, a pub to add to his 4,000 acre Great Tew estate in Oxfordshire where he hosts the so called Poshstock music festival. But now Johnston is proposing to develop the village and beach and he is facing a backlash from local...
Evening Standard
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The campaign to leave the European Union was funded largely by five of the UK's richest businessmen, including the co-owner of Crystal Palace, according to a study.
Carscoops
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Yes, we know that BMW are cooking up an entirely new 8-Series , but the original E31 remains one of the Bavarian brands classiest modern-era rides, even if it failed to match its looks with driving dynamics. Read more »
Daily Mail - Travel
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Voice Of America
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Two Harvard researchers say they have found a rare parchment copy of the U.S. Declaration of Independence — in England. The only other known parchment copy is housed in the National Archives in Washington. Researchers Emily Sneff and Danielle Allen found the document in the archives of the small town of Chichester in Sussex, in southern England. The Boston Globe reports the Duke of Richmond is believed to have been the original owner of the parchment which the researchers dated to the 1780s. The duke was also known as Radical Duke because of his support of Americans during the Revolutionary War. Allen says the document "scrambles the names of the signers" and "they are no longer grouped by state." She said "It is the only version of the declaration that does that, with the exception of an engraving from 1836 that derives from it. This is really a symbolic way of saying we are all one people.
Western Daily Press
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The multi-millionaire owner of Parnham House has been questioned over a fire that destroyed his stately home.Somerset Live had reported that a 68-year-old man from Beaminster had been arrested on suspicion of arson relating to a huge fire at the stately home in Dorset.And it has since transpired that the identity of that person was Michael Treichl, - the multi-millionaire owner of the property.MORE: Parnham House to be cordoned off for some time as police appeal for witnesses to suspicious...
BBC Two England
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like it's gone now. Although they are safe and they have done well, Matt is right, the turnover they have, you can't hope to identify with anybody there, the manager, the owner and players, it's impossible. Something is going right, they are tenth in the Premier League and people watching will be wondering what you're talking about. Quique Sanchez Flores lost his job when they were 13th, what will be enough for Walter Mazzarri? Tenth?.
BBC Two England
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about next season. Everyone is fighting for their position and we are all fighting for jobs because if we play like that and lose the next five games, I think, I am pretty sure the owner won't be happy.
BBC Two England
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sure the owner won't be happy in the manager will not be happy and they will be more players going than coming. Matt Upson, is that the right thing for the captain to say and do after the game? I think so, it is good of him to come out and speak. From gauging the reaction of what I've heard yesterday, the supporters really were not happy. I think what.
Politico
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Biographers, ex-employees, veteran New York City gossip columnists, public relations professionals and political operatives from both major parties say recognizing this well-established pattern of behaviorstumble, proclaim victory, move on—is imperative to understanding Trump. He flopped as an owner of a professional football team, effectively killing not only his own franchise but the league as a whole. He blew up his first marriage, married his mistress, and then divorced her, too. He bankrupted his casinos five times over the course of nearly 20 years. His eponymous airline existed for less than three years and ended up almost a quarter of a billion dollars in debt. And he has slapped his surname on a practically never-ending sequence of duds and scams (Trump Ice bottled water, Trump Vodka, Trump Steaks, Trump magazine , Trump Mortgage, Trump University—for which he settled a class-action fraud lawsuit earlier this year for $25 million).
BBC Two England
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a bit of ill feeling from the fans towards the owner etc, etc. But the atmosphere unquestionable. Yes, we need that, we need the place to be rocking. Not just at Hull, but what he did at his previous clubs, his.
DW
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Notts County suffered a second successive defeat as they were beaten 2-1 on the road at Luton Town. Magpies reporter Leigh Curtis gives his verdict on the game.Having completed the first objective of the five-year plan that owner Alan Hardy has in place at Notts County, the next phase of his project will undoubtedly be the most challenging.While the Magpies chairman is keen on securing a top seven finish next season, defeat to Luton proved there is work to do before that dream can become...
Daily Mail - Football
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Sherwood was given total control of footballing matters when he arrived in Wiltshire, with Robins owner Lee Power saying at the time that his arrival was 'one of the biggest signings this club has ever made'.
West Briton
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Everyone's favourite pick 'n' mix retailer Woolworths, which left a huge hole in our high streets when it became a victim of the global economic crash almost 10 years ago. could be making a comeback. Former director Tony Page has revealed that he's approached brand owner Shop Direct to buy the name back with plans to open stores at the heart of the community. He would bring Woolies back in a similar format but would place stores in communities, rather than in major...
ITV
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We're out meeting interesting people from around the world. And in honour of having you here, Noel, we thought we'd meet a unique pet this week. So say hello, with his owner Joanne, in Cape Town, it's Pigcasso, the rescue pig who paints. (LAUGHTER) Hi, how are you? We're doing great, thanks. How did you find out that the pig can paint?.
ABC News - United States
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Plymouth Herald
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A mum-of-two from Hartley has carved out a new career for herself using the power of social media - all from the comfort of her living room.In just six years, Kerry Pollard has become the owner of a her own beauty company, Ubeauti, with 600 people working for her - and all while working from home.Kerry says that posting makeup tutorials online and selling Younique beauty products has given her the life she always dreamed of; making time for her children, her husband, and still paying the...