ITV
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First, though, here's the competition. This week, we've got £20,000 and a Caribbean holiday up for grabs. And you get to choose a family holiday or a romantic break. Yes, you get to pick your perfect getaway. If you and your partner need a well-deserved break, why not treat yourselves to some alone time here at Sandals,.
South China Morning Post
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BBC Radio Wales
5 minutes
somewhere of the add to the original position and then they might not be able to get the meaning of the airports because always see those sorts of gone in the parking spaces if you like might not be available so that's another problem mate got now all that presupposes that they've got their computer systems up and running again and they can actually set the the bookings and rearrange all the documentation from the flight plans a loading sheets and so on it really is a nightmare and frankly I can see this going on for a week and a week and a half Gillian Brett and in a statement British Airways have apologize to customers and say they doing them very best to sort things out maybe a bank holiday but is no break for politicians campaigning in the general election this morning on good morning Wales we're focusing on the Welsh conservative manifesto to let's examine some of their pledges in.
ITV
5 minutes
world-wide did we go, but the London Palladium. We went there for three months. At the box office, it was taking £300,000 a week. Wow. So six months later, we were still there. I would imagine you would be. I imagine they would have you still there now. I'd go back now. That would be really good fun. You mention it was global. Even Germany
Sky News
5 minutes
children to do the hoovering? It is probably controversial but I think parents who can afford to pay more should. When I went to school we used to have a collection every week. I think it was £5 that went into the school park for various things. If you can afford it, I don't think.
Lancashire Telegraph
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Sky News
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England as doctors and nurses in Leicester a long time ago. Also we had the marriage equality referendum in Ireland two years ago this week, so I think social change and social transformation in Ireland has already happened. That social transformation has allowed somebody with my background to compete for this office
BBC Radio Ulster
10 minutes
me and the way up yesterday how to make rice thank you very much but a bit of a tough week but your stuff for me about all motorsport family and general and everyone static it is 4:20 and go hidden in Formula 1 Ferrari Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix to move 25 points clear over Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers Championship stats for ret medical me writing in the second Hamilton who started the races 13th place finished 7th and Donegal stickland boys scored his first win of the season in the Cavan stages rally moving from the roads to the water and skill and Holly Nixon won a bronze medal of the European rowing championships yesterday she was part of the GP quadruple sculls crew Returned a podium finish in the Czech Republic.
BBC Radio Wales
10 minutes
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.
BBC Radio Ulster
11 minutes
throw nets play Donegal in the Ulster semi-final on the 18th of June that's a repeat of last year's thrilling decider one by two roads but skipper Sean Kavanagh remembers the lake V Donegal handed them back in March it's up to us to make a background and I don't like we we we we looking for a headstone if you work nights in a row won the second race at Donington Park city to extend his lead in the world Superbikes Series 255 points he dedicated his victory to former MotoGP winner Nicky Hayden a 35 year old American wrestler who died last week following a bicycle accident on a fungal man that turn up the so many Northern Ireland flags around the circuit on.
Mashable
11 minutes
Dating apps are totally out of control. And, we only have tech bros to blame. As an online dater, I've had enough of the never-ending barrage of new, gimmicky dating apps from the tech world. For the love of all that is swipe-able, please make it stop. SEE ALSO: The New Language of Dating, Analyzed Currently, not a single week goes by without the launch of a supposedly quirky dating app claiming to offer something revolutionary and never-before-achieved by the world of online daters. In the past few months alone, we've seen the release of a "slow" dating app which makes you seduce matches through the art of conversation before you get to see their profile pic. Read more... More about Tech , Watercooler , Lifestyle , Technology , and Dating Apps
Bleacher Report
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One of the biggest rivalries in rugby begins anew on Wednesday as the Queensland Maroons prepare to face New South Wales Blues in the opening match of this year's State of Origin series. The first of three fixtures between the two powerhouses of rugby league promises to be a barnburner as is always the case in this seriesand Queensland are chasing a third consecutive title in 2017. This year's head-to-head kicks off at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium before a three-week respite until Game 2 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on June 21, with the final meeting scheduled to take place back in Brisbane on July 12. Two of the last three State of Origin series have been decided after the first two matches, however, and both teams will be jostling to get that all-important tilt towards victory in Game 1 on Wednesday. Here, we provide a look at all the essential match details to ensure you don't miss out on the action, complete with live-stream information and a preview of the midweek opener in Brisbane.
Sky News
15 minutes
him being synthetic to the IRA in the 1980s. -- sympathetic to the IRA. There will be big questions that the members of the public will want to ask the leaders about. There will be questions on Brexit, the social care U-turn from Theresa May last week, people will.
Sky News
16 minutes
Given the fact that the horrific attack in Manchester was a week ago, security will be a big issue. Questions for the government. There were cuts made to the security services. How damaging were they? And questions for the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, given that he has been betrayed, there are allegations of.
France 24
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British police said they had arrested a new suspect on Monday over the Manchester bombings, bringing to 14 the number of people they have in custody over the attack. Authorities detained a 23-year-old in the southern coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, more than 400 kilometres (250 miles) from Manchester. In addition, police raided a property in a southern Manchester suburb as they step up their investigation into last week's bombing that killed 22 people. The attack, Britain's worst in more than a decade, was carried out by British-born extremist Salman Abedi, who detonated a powerful bomb at the exit of a concert by US singer Ariane Grande. Several of the victims were children, the youngest being just eight. Scores were injured in the attack. Police have been hunting for a network of people connected to Abedi, with Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd saying on Sunday there were "potentially" still members of the cell at large.
Autocar
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109 cars finished the race, among them VW Golfs, Renault Clios, Porsche Caymans and Opel Astras as well as the Mercedes-AMG GTs, BMW M6s, Porsche 911s and others. Motorsport wrap: Alonso stars in Indy 500, Monaco GP and more If you’ve been to ‘N24’, you’ll know about the race’s many vast camping areas and the hardcore festival atmosphere that overtakes them during race week. The most densely populated are the ones adjacent to the most popular spectating areas of the Nordschleife – at Karussell, Brunnchen, Metzgesfeld and Adenau – where the fans arrive early to build multi-storey edifices out of wood, steel, scaffold – and sometimes tractors – and to dedicate them to drinking, partying and watching the racing that’s unfolding just a few metres away. When you hear N24 drivers talk about the smell of bonfires and barbeques filtering into their helmets during a long night stint, it’s these fans they’re talking about.
Deadline
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BBC Radio Ulster
24 minutes
the question here film according to Thomas weather Jeremy Corbyn has in the past tacitly or explicitly offered a can of political cover for the Irish army Tempe much are responsible but I'm certain artists and what this debate that were having essentially and has been going on for a week Nuys a dead cat and what constitutes from the mainstream Media institutions is lazy journalism because this this is a story that was always going to be brought up by Lynton Crosby they're who's had an update electoral campaign for the Conservatives we're seeing the election campaign the Wizz is coming off and basically you know you can do it the right wing tabloid press we're going to go to town on this and then he gets picked up and it becomes the story and why shouldn't I question they got to turn off because it the real story is that this election should be about ideas and policies.
The Iran Project
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Most notable, and now notorious, was Abdulhakim Belhaj, who was delivered back to Tripoli by the CIA/MI6 and imprisoned for six years. During this period, up until the “Arab Spring”, other members of the LIFG who were resettled in the UK around 1998 in the Manchester suburb where they were rediscovered last week – became rather persona non grata and some were placed on control orders as the LIFG was classified as a terrorist group. However… a big however – when US, UK and French leaders decided in 2011 that they could no longer live with Moammar Qadhafi – who now supported his traditional secular Arab Nationalist allies in Syria – the UK leaders again found a use for their Libyan friends in Manchester, as leaders of the ‘Revolutionary forces’ against the Libyan government. But of course it didnt end there – in Libya – and hasnt ended yet, either in Libya or in Syria, which is where many Libyan militants soon went.
BBC Radio Ulster
30 minutes
history with Joe Target and Declan lawn the news headlines this morning please describe the murder of Loyalist Alan Horner in Bangor yesterday as brittle and senseless detectives are given more time to question a man about the murders of two pensioners in their Portadown home on Friday and the 14th person is now in custody in connection with the suicide bombing in Manchester a week ago that is already the telling of the day we shouldn't get our hopes raised a to Hyde today but anything decent coming up in the next couple of days and yes the middle part of the week actually looks so not too bad so let's try again we go high pressure coming in but it says low pressure just at the weekend course the bank holiday pay as well at the moment where more less than a dry slope in the middle of an area brain about watching the rain towards Society says it moves in Ora's words it's a gathering of meant to be a little bit of the head to the afternoon.
The Week
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Manchester attack: Missed warnings examined MI5 has opened two inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by Salman Abedi, the Manchester bomber, despite claims that the authorities were repeatedly warned about his extremist views. A 23-year-old man was arrested early this morning in Sussex in connection with the attack. A total of 14 people are now in custody for it. BA flight disruption continues into third day Passengers are facing a third day of disruption to BA flights, caused by a power outage which crashed a computer system. Already this morning, 13 short-haul flights have been cancelled, though the firm says it plans to run all long-haul flights and a "high proportion" of short today. Thousands of passengers were affected this weekend. Merkel: EU must go it alone now German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned yesterday that the EU can no longer "completely depend on others", after "very unsatisfactory" G7 and Nato talks.
Herald Courier
31 minutes
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Tim Tebow struggled to find his stroke, but made a game-saving catch for the Columbia Fireflies this week.
BBC Radio Wales
33 minutes
Jeremy Corbyn has brought this up talking about a young Muslims are getting angered in this country because of continued campaigns have received a week we can't get away from the fat can we that that that will continue to happen and people in my class Communities will continue to feel angry by British campaigns overseas that is the risk of a thing we got 20 but we got approach this without much more open view nx2 go right back on work out why with divine all three cases of Libya Iraq and Afghanistan we now have three failed or failing states would god of the first thing we had to accept is what we've been doing it right or wrong letters turned out to be wrong we got to resync it is ok if you're good at this time did brother Rodger from the problem of Peace studies at the Club owner of the government's hate crime advisory body thank you very much sweetie minutes past 8 now they're probably still celebrating intern.
Leicester Mercury
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It's half term - so a meal out for the family is probably among your ideas for the next week. Well, before you make a booking, take a look at these restaurants which are all offering great deals on children's meals this week... Listed: All the new pubs and bars that have opened in Leicester in 2017 TGI Fridays: Every child in fancy dress gets a free sundae Yep, if your little one is dressed as their favourite character, they'll be entitled to a free ice cream.There's other goodies for half...