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The new artwork at Tunbridge Well station has been unveiled replacing a much-loved mural which had been painted in 1989.The hotly-anticipated new mural was unveiled on Platform 2 yesterday and depicts 2,500 years of local history. Southeastern had put out a call for local artists to create a new engaging and inspiring piece of work for the railway station, after the old mural was removed last August. It said the original piece had fallen apart and had to be taken down for safety...
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ZURICH: Barcelona star Lionel Messi was suspended for four Argentina matches by Fifa on Tuesday for swearing at an assistant referee, a ban that will see the striker miss out on decisive qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup. Messi was found guilty of "having directed insulting words at an assistant referee" in the World Cup qualifier against Chile last Thursday which Argentina won 1-0 thanks to a penalty from the Barcelona hitman. Messi will be forced to sit out Argentina's next South American qualifying game against Bolivia, scheduled for later on Tuesday, with the remainder of the suspension served over his country's subsequent World Cup qualifiers: in Uruguay on August 31, at home to Venezuela on September 5 and against Peru on October 5. He was also fined 10,000 Swiss francs (€9,350, RM44,739), with Fifa saying: "This decision is in line with the Fifa Disciplinary Committee's previous rulings in similar cases.
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A slew of companies are announcing new-found compatibility with Googles Home hub this morning, including August Home smart locks, Logitechs Harmony line and light bulbs from TP-Link and LIFX. The announcements come as the company works to bolster its smart home presence in the wake of big pushes by Amazon and Apple. A look at the official Google Home page shows a small but key Read More
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Samsung's announcement that revamped Note 7s will go back on sale, however, surprised some with the timing - only days before it launches its new S8 smartphone on Wednesday in the United States, its first new premium phone since the debacle last year. Under pressure to turn its image around after the burning battery scandal, Samsung had previously not commented on its plans for recovered phones. "Regarding the Galaxy Note 7 devices as refurbished phones or rental phones, applicability is dependent upon consultations with regulatory authorities and carriers as well as due consideration of local demand," Samsung said in a statement. South Korea's Electronic Times newspaper, citing unnamed sources, said on Tuesday that Samsung will start selling refurbished Note 7s in its home country in July or August and will aim to sell between 400,000 and 500,000 of the Note 7s using safe batteries.
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While Esaf MFI, which also functions as multi-state cooperative agri society, owns 64 per cent in the bank. Thomas own 5 per cent personally in the venture. Sidbi Venture owns 12 per cent, an Australian fund owns 19 per cent.Thomas also said he is planning to divest stake in the bank by the end of fiscal 2018 and an IPO by 2020.Esaf Small Finance Bank is among the first five out of the 10 licencees which got permission from RBI in August 2015.Its urban plan includes entering Bengaluru, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Hyderabad in the first year. Esaf MFI has 285 branches in 93 districts spread over 11 states all of which be converted into bank branches.
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We pondered what that could mean for the movie right here . Spider-Man: Homecoming cast Tom Holland will be reprising the role of Spider-Man, that he debuted in Captain America: Civil War . He's joined by Robert Downey Jr playing Tony Stark/Iron Man, Michael Keaton in a villain role, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, and Zendaya (who is reported to be playing Mary-Jane), in a part that's likely to be fleshed out in future movies. Furthermore, Donald Glover, Martin Starr and Tyne Daly have also joined the cast. In August, Tyron Woodley and Martha Kelly also signed up. In September, it was confirmed that Jon Feavreau would be back as Happy Hogan. Keaton's villain role is set to be The Vulture, too. Spider-Man: Homecoming sequels Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has outlined the plans for further Spider-Man projects beyond Homecoming . When asked about the idea of more films in the series, he said “sure”.
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Description Arsenal fans are in revolt against manager Arsene Wenger after another season of underachievement Credits Clive Mason/Getty Alt Text Arsenal fan protests A growing number of fans want to see the Frenchman leave after another bruising season that has exposed his tactical shortcomings Reaction Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 2:56pm Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger celebrated 20 years in charge of the Gunners last year, but this season could be his last if fans get their way. See related Wenger will stay at Arsenal to try and fix his mess Johnny Rotten calls for Arsenal to ditch Arsene Wenger Arsenal crisis: Sanchez row exposes weak, muddled Wenger After another disappointing season the French manager, who was once seen as a visionary and a great innovator, is starting to look like yesterday's man. Time and again this season his Arsenal side have been exposed, sometimes by top-class opponents and sometimes by teams they should be beating: Image 2 of 6 Credits Mike Hewitt/Getty Description Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4Opening day of the season, new signings, hopes high – but the same old problems Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4 - August 2016 The new season brought high hopes for Wenger's men and a visit from Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side was the perfect chance for the Gunners to stake out their title credentials on the opening weekend of the campaign.
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' How's this for love and devotion: his mother, not taking the doctor's comments lying down, set off studying to be a naturopathic doctor and worked on getting her son well again. Now, Dr. Ruza Bogdanovich, ND, Ph.D., Jesse's mother, who is also the author of The Cure Is In The Cause, has inspired her son to walk a similar path to her. Jesse spends every day helping other people to become as healthy as they can be. Jesse and his family also run retreats in Croatia where they live. Dr. Bogdanovich will also be attending the cruise where she will be giving her informative lectures. There are also massages and iridology treatments included in the price. When: Cruise 1 * 24 June 1st July 2017 Cruise 2 * 12 August 19th August 2017 Where: Mediterranean, Adriatic sea, Croatia. Watch the clip of last year's cruise to find out more: A Typical Day 7:00- 8:00 amYoga and meditation 8:00-9:00 amBreakfast 9:00-11:00 amFree time 11:00 am-12:30 pmLecture 12:30-13:30 pmLunch 13:30-6:00 pmSightseeing and free time 6:00-6:30 pmFood making demo or short lecture 6:30-7:30 pmDinner 7:30-9:00 pmVisiting or educational and spiritual movies or an evening stroll around town or free time 9:00 pmsleep time/quiet time This luxury cruise has a strong focus on relaxation so that you can take in the wonderful sights of Croatia.
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But since then, he’s been developing Baby Driver , a terrific-looking movie that features Ansel Elgort as a getaway driver who relies on his tunes. There’s a doomed-sounding heist in the midst of the film too, and a cast that features Lily James, Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Jon Bernthal, and Jamie Foxx, amongst others. You’d take it as a given that an Edgar Wright film would have a killer soundtrack. In the case of Baby Driver , music seems even more integral than usual, and there’s a sporting chance we wont just get one of the best films of the year, but one of the best soundtrack albums too. Baby Driver pulls up in August. 6. Star Wars: Episode VIII A less bold studio might have gone with a safe pair of hands when it comes to writing and directing Star Wars: Episode VIII , so it's refreshing to see a filmmaker like Rian Johnson handed the keys to the (former) Lucas-verse.
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Goalkeeper Stephen Henderson has admitted he started to question his own ability during his first few weeks at Nottingham Forest. The 28-year-old made the move to the City Ground from Charlton Athletic in the summer and started the campaign as first-choice stopper under then-manager Philippe Montanier. He was dropped at the end of August, however, after some shaky performances, being replaced by Vladimir Stojkovic between the posts. After being relegated from the Championship with Charlton...
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A new gin festival is set to rock up in Lincoln later this year for the first time in its history.GinFestival.com will host its first major event in the city this August at The Engine Shed.It will allow people to drink and experiment with new and exciting gins and learn more about spirits.There will be a sessions on Friday, August 11 and Saturday, August 12 with tickets costing £9.50 each, along with an additional booking fee.READ MORE: Pub near Lincoln to be transformed into...
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Simon Brew Mar 28, 2017 Edgar Wrights next film, Baby Driver, has just had its release date bumped forward.... Following the release of the first trailers for Edgar Wright’s new film, Baby Driver (scroll down to find them), Sony noted the hugely positive feedback it received. So much so, in fact, that it’s opted to move the release of the film forward by two months. The US release date for the film is now set as June 28th, although at the moment, the UK date hasnt – to our knowledge, and we checked first thing – shifted from its August 11th UK release slot. We’ll keep you posted as we hear more there. Here’s Edgar Wright’s Tweet announcing the release date alterationOkay. Hes that fast. Thrilled to announce that Baby Driver is now arriving at theaters EARLY. Coming to you JUNE 28TH. #BabyDriverMovie pic.twitter.com/BAR0loRW8K edgarwright (@edgarwright) March 28, 2017 Here's the international trailer that was released.