Derby Telegraph
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A Derby comedian has made it through to the next round of ITV show Britain's Got Talent with the help of presenters Ant and Dec. Jonny Awsum appeared on the show on Saturday night and received four 'yeses' from the judges who said praised his musical comedy performance as brilliant. Jonny, who is originally from Derby but now lives in Croydon, asked Ant and Dec if they would join him in the routine before it got started. They did and danced while he sang with the help of other...
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Wetherspoons in Tunbridge Wells you either love it or you hate it.The Opera House, in Mount Pleasant Road, is what you would expect from any 'Spoons really, except it is in a pretty grand setting. But some punters seem to have some quite strong views about the place.Read more: Woolworths could be coming back to the high streetKent Live took a look at the best and the worst ratings for the popular haunt on Google reviews.Overall the pub received 146 reviews, averaging at...
Collective Evolution
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Lottery winner Jane Park has fled her home in Scotland after an online troll threatened her with a brutal acid attack. Police have opened an inquiry after the 21-year-old received the vile abuse.
Collective Evolution
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However, Kaptchuk believes that the placebo effect can only go so far. Placebos may make you feel better, but they will not cure you, says Kaptchuk. They have been shown to be most effective for conditions like pain management, stress-related insomnia, and cancer treatment side effects like fatigue and nausea. It's people like Kaptchuk who are challenging the way the scientific community typically looks at the placebo effect. In the past, placebos have been used in clinical trials, most often in drug tests, and were typically associated with failure. The mentality was that if you weren't one of the participants who got the drug, you didn't receive the benefits. Alternatively, if both groups of participants — those who received placebo pills and those who actually took the drugexperienced similar effects, then the drug was deemed ineffective.
Sputnik International
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The majority of the French voters residing in the Americas appear to have voted for centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in the first round of the election, with him having received 45.35 percent of the votes, according to Belgian media reports.
The Event Chronicle
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In Keepers of the Garden , Dolores Cannon presents an extensive body of information regarding the extraterrestrial origins of humanity which she accumulated from sessions with several subjects. Primarily focusing on information she received through a man named Phil, Dolores describes her exchanges and interaction with a group of entities that communicated through Phil who call themselves The Council. Keepers of the Garden by Dolores Cannon Keepers of the Garden by Dolores Cannon A young man wanting to explore past-life regression discovers this is his first lifetime on Earth. All his other existences were on alien worlds and in other dimensions. As this unique case is explored further, he finds out that his association with extraterrestrials did not cease with these other lives. The interaction with UFOs and aliens has continued during all his present life, although the information was protectively hidden by his subconscious.
TIME - Top Stories
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(NEW YORK) Erin Moran, the former child star who played Joanie Cunningham in the sitcoms Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi, has died. She was 56. Moran was found dead Saturday by emergency responders after a dispatcher for the Harrison County, Indiana, sheriff's department received a 911 call, the department said. The cause of death has not been determined. An autopsy is pending. A Burbank, California, native, Moran began acting in TV and movies before she was 10 years old. She had several years of experience when she was cast in 1974 in Happy Days as Joanie Cunningham, the kid sister to high school student Richie Cunningham, played by Ron Howard, who went on to become a successful filmmaker. Her more recent credits included The Love Boat and Murder, She Wrote, but she never approached the success of Happy Days and was more often in the news for her numerous personal and financial struggles and was reportedly homeless at times.
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Johanna Konta admitted the abuse she received at the Fed Cup tie in Romania will take time to get over as Great Britain slipped to defeat.
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GEORGE TOWN: Many are crying foul after a company offering a high yield investment scheme promising high returns did not live up to its promise. One of them was Justin Tay who said they were promised returns of up to 40% a month. He said he started investing about a year ago and was confident as the company was properly registered. He said he has yet to get the returns promised while those in his group of 107 persons have lost some RM6 million, although he believes the number could be higher as the scheme was popular. "We believed the company was valid and run properly," he said in a press conference organised by Penang Gerakan today and attended by 20 other investors. One of them was former factory supervisor Chiang Teik Heng, 57, who said he put his entire Employee Provident Fund (EPF) savings of RM129,000 into the investment in January but has not received anything.
Evening Standard
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A government-ordered probe had found the automaker's EA 189 diesel engines were equipped with a defeat device that helped it cheat on emission tests. The company last year announced plans to update the engines of the recalled vehicles. On the slow progress of update, the spokesperson said several brands, various markets and models, different engine variants and gearboxes and various model years had to be considered while developing the updates. The technical measures were being defined and developed by Volkswagen Group at the headquarters in Germany. "Once they were approved by the authorities in Germany, these updates were tested by the Indian authorities. All of this has been a lengthy process and that caused a delay," the spokesperson added. The updates are tested by ARAI and only after their approval are they rolled out to customers. Final two approvals for updates are currently in the pipeline and are expected to be received in the next few days.
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If you've been struggling to send texts and make calls this weekend then you're not alone - Three has confirmed a "temporary network issue" has been affecting a number of users throughout the day on Saturday, though the problems should now be fixed. Early on Sunday morning Three said calls and texts are now back up and running , so any SMSes that went missing should now start dribbling through to the right recipients. If you're still having problems, the operator suggests resetting your phone. The issue seems to go beyond a simple period of downtime though - Three says "some customers and non-customers may have received a message from an unknown sender" yesterday - which for many of us is fairly standard for a Saturday night. No cause given "Our advice is to ignore all text messages that you deem incorrect," the company continues sagely - and indeed many users on social media have reported texts being sent to the wrong person, which is rather worrying.
Voice Of America
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To be sure, many of Montana’s Native American communities lack the infrastructure, like hotels, restaurants and well-developed attractions and amenities, to begin marketing themselves as tourist attractions. But tribes havent received much help to identify and develop opportunities, said Rep. Sharon Stewart-Peregoy, a Democrat from the Crow Indian Reservation. They say it would be a modest step toward incubating entrepreneurship on tribal and help combat the rampant joblessness on the state’s seven Indian reservations. Native Americans need boost “Everything seems to be about Yellowstone and Glacier. But there’s other places, Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical places, which have stories to tell — and should be told — but can’t be fully appreciated because the spotlight isnt there,” Stewart-Peregoy said. The battlefield marks the site of one the last clashes between the U.
The Sun Daily
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Azlan said the first Pr1ma project in the state, at Padang Siding, involving 230 units at below RM300,000 per unit, received encouraging response and all the units had been sold. On the Saujana Idaman project, Azlan said it involved four phases and carried out by Detik Ventures Sdn Bhd. It involves construction of 1,330 units of houses, including 63 shop lots, and scheduled to be ready in three years, he said, adding that the first phase, comprising 448 houses, including 120 low cost houses costing between RM42,000 and RM68,000m was completed. — Bernama