Plymouth Herald
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The Range retail empire has a new man at the top but founder Chris Dawson is not stepping away from the business. The Plymouth-based chain has brought in former House of Fraser boss Nigel Oddy as its first chief executive. The Range's founder and owner Chris Dawson will continue as executive chairman and is insisting he is not handing over the reins of his company, but will work closely with Mr Oddy. Looking for a new job in Plymouth? Check out our Fish4jobs site and...
PinkNews
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Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron says he doesn't believe gay sex is sinful - after dodging questions on the issue dozens of times in the past week.
Al Jazeera
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Watford Observer
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George Michael fans to come together to celebrate his life.
Watford Observer
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Proposals to demolish a garage court to make way for a two-storey block of flats have been approved subject to conditions.
Daily Star - Football
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Search Engine Land
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How can you hire a paid search (or social) specialist that fits your business's needs if you don't know much about the channel yourself? Columnist Brett Middleton shares some practical tips for those looking to hire strong PPC talent. The post Evaluating PPC talent, part 1: Where to begin appeared... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
ScienceDaily
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RT
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RT
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Goal
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Evening Standard
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ScienceDaily
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A new technique will let a single cancer research lab do the work of dozens, dramatically accelerating the search for new treatments and cures. And the technique will benefit not just cancer research but research into every disease driven by gene mutations, from cystic fibrosis to Alzheimer's disease.
The Northern Echo
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A MILITARY garden project has had its first taste of success after scooping a gold award and best in show at the Harrogate Spring Flower Show.
The Northern Echo
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The Northern Echo
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EFFORTS to save one of the region’s last remaining open air pools are being stepped up by campaigners who are swapping swimming caps for cycle shorts
The Northern Echo
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The Northern Echo
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TIME - Top Stories
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President Trump is signaling that he is backing off his demand for border wall funding in a continuing resolution to keep the government open past Friday. Trump told a group of conservative journalists Monday evening that he would be OK accepting the money in fiscal year 2018, which begins in October. The walk-back could present an off-ramp to avoiding a government shutdown, but officials caution talks are still ongoing on both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue. A congressional investigation into former National Security Advisor found no evidence he took steps to comply with the law when he took money from Russia and Turkey, Rep. Jason Chaffetz said Tuesday morning. It marks the latest development in the downfall of Trump's one-time closest foreign policy aide, who was fired after just weeks on the job because he apparently misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with the Russian Ambassador.
Haaretz
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The Hill
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Apparel from Ivanka Trump's clothing brand was reportedly being sold in the discount retail chain Stein Mart, under a different label - without the company's knowledge.Trump's clothes were secretly relab...
Lincolnshire Echo
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An investigation into the death of a four-month-old baby boy in Lincoln is continuing. An inquest that was due to begin today, Tuesday, April 25, has been adjourned until September in order for further evidence to be gathered. The child, known as 'Baby M', from Gainsborough, was pronounced dead at Lincoln County Hospital on October 3, 2015. He had been staying with a carer in Lincoln at the time. READ MORE: Wedding from hell - FORTY guests struck down with highly contagious vomiting bugA...
Lincolnshire Echo
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An archaeological discovery of a bone tool hundreds of years old under the site of the Lincoln's Eastern Bypass led to a startling surprise for one woman because she'd got one that looked just like it in her kitchen! Laura Devaney, of Greetwell Gate, read an article on Lincolnshire Live about the tool, made from the leg bone of a sheep and dates back to between 1500AD and 1800AD and saw it bore a startling resemblance to an item she had in her utensil jar. Dr Richard Moore...