Nottingham Evening Post
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Web design agency JH has celebrated a double success after an online platform used by some of the world's largest brands to sells goods and services made it a partner and handed over an award in Las Vegas.The company, based in Stoney Street, Nottingham, triumphed in the Magento Imagine Excellence Awards earlier this month, bringing home the prize for best mobile experience in recognition of a website it built for furniture designer Perch Parrow.It was the second year in a row...
OK!
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In the lead up to a sinister twist in the grooming storyline involving Lucy Fallon's character Bethany Platt, a man was seen entering the flat telling Bethany that he was a friend of Nathan's and was there to collect the equipment. But in a bid to get Bethany to do what he wanted her to do, Nathan made it look like his 'pal' Mike was a thief who had been given free reign to steal expensive equipment without any issues. While many fans were left shocked by the scenes and by Nathan's ...
Newsy
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Manchester Evening News
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"Theyre making the birds act weird. They are chirping at night and not in the day. Surely thats not right
Manchester Evening News
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The Herald
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Police officers questioned a man outside the High Court in Glasgow yesterday as former Rangers FC owner Craig Whyte entered the premises. Officers were seen questioning the man in a side street near the court where Mr Whyte was expected to attend the trial. It is believed that Mr Whyte was the one who made the complaint to police after a man shouted something at him as he was about to enter court for yesterday's evidence. Trial was subsequently adjourned until tomorrow, although it is understood that the police incident was completely unrelated as a jury member being ill was blamed for the adjournment. Whyte faces two charges in connection with his 2011 takeover of Rangers. He denies a fraud allegation and a second accusation under the Companies Act. A spokesman said: "Around 9.45am police were called to an incident on Osbourne Street near the High Court. Inquiries are ongoing."
Cotswold Journal
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AN unadopted Cradley road which has been driving residents mad for 47 years has finally been resurfaced.
Leicester Mercury
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Cotswold Journal
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ABC News - Money
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American Airlines is giving pay raises to its pilots and flight attendants, who have complained they are paid less that peers at other airlines
The Economic Times
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External development works include roads, water supply, sewage and drainage systems, electricity supply transformer, substation, solid waste management and disposal or any other work which may have to be executed in the periphery of, or outside, a project for its benefit, as may be provided under the local laws. Similarly, internal development works would mean roads, footpaths, water supply, sewers, drains, parks, tree planting, street lighting, provision for community buildings or any other work in a project for its benefit, as per sanctioned plans. Not all could be specifically there in all projects but as a buyer, one needs to ensure these are met by the builder if they were part of the plan.
Voice Of America
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London police have arrested a man on suspicion of terrorism for possessing weapons near Britain's Houses of Parliament and Prime Minister Theresa May's official residence. The Metropolitan Police department said knives were recovered and there was "no immediate threat" to the public. Police said the man was in his late 20's and was arrested "as part of an ongoing operation" and is being detained under the Terrorism Act. No one was injured in the incident in which armed police converged on the area. A prime ministerial spokeswomen said May was not at her Downing Street residence at the time of the incident. The arrest came on parliament's last sitting day before Britain's June 8 election. Security has been heightened in the area after a man killed four people on March 22 while driving an SUV into pedestrians on nearby Westminster Bridge after fatally stabbing a police officer inside the gates of parliament. The attacker was shot dead by police.
Western Morning News
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A woman who sparked a major incident involving armed police in the centre of a Devon town has admitted threatening a police officer with a BB gun. On the evening of March 22, DevonLive reported live from Vicarage Lawn near Bear Street in Barnstaple after a heavy police presence was reported at the scene.The reports came in at roughly 8pm, with social media awash with rumours about what was going on. However, police reassured residents that the public were not at risk, and the following morning...
Daily Mail - Home
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Residents of a street in Warndon, Worcester were left giggling after police left a penis-shaped hole in the front door of a suspected drug dealer following a raid on his house.
The Economist - Business
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OF THE things that investors and bosses have come to like about Donald Trump, the most important is his promise to redraw America’s knackered corporate-tax system. On April 26th Steven Mnuchin, the treasury secretary, laid out a guide for reform. After weeks of anticipation, Wall Street will be relieved. The thrust of the plan is just what business folk want—a simpler system, with lower bills. But whether it helps the wider economy and ordinary citizens remains to be seen. And Mr Trump will have to push the reforms through a bitterly divided Congress. The actual tax rate America’s businesses pay in aggregate, of 20-25%, is much lower than the high, headline federal tax rate, of 35%. But in the home of free enterprise the taxman’s treatment of business is a muddle. There are three distortions. First, the treatment of overseas profits. Unlike most countries America taxes them when they are remitted back home, at high rates.
MintPress News
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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The future of Scunthorpe High Street 's longest-running insurance business Swinton and its staff are under scrutiny. For the company has announced a total of 84 branches along with a contact centre in Norwich are under review. The closures due to take effect by the end of the year has been blamed on the increase in price comparison websites None of the 84 branches under threat have been identified while consultations with the staff continue. More: Man admits assaulting police constableA...
Manchester Evening News - What's On
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Evening Standard - Life & Style
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Calls have been made for more lighting to be installed in parts of a canal towpath after it was cordoned off following reports of an attempted sexual assault.A woman is reported to have been attacked at around 3.10am this morning, Thursday April 27.Following the incident, local residents raised concerns about the safety of the path, which runs from Castle Bridge Road to Carrtington Street, suggesting that that is not very well lit at night.Helen Early, a HMRC worker from Beeston used to live...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A judge has jailed a Notts County and a Nottingham Forest supporter for ten months each for their roles in a violent clash at a city pub.Judge Gregory Dickinson QC told Reds fan Jake Bramley he threw the first punch, which was the catalyst for the fight.He jailed him for ten months, while co-accused Ryan Wales, of the County side, also got ten months as he was one of the prime movers.Wales helped to arrange the fight at the Major Oak pub, in Pelham Street, when surrounding streets...
OK!
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This Zara gingham skirt is being called the 'it' skirt of the summer [Zara] Mixing high-fashion trends and everyday casual wear together, it’s clear to see why the retailer is so popular. However, like most popular high street shops, stock can be limitedespecially with specific items. Recently, customers of Zara were left heartbroken after their 'it' skirt of the summer sold out online. The red and white gingham skirt with button detail and a cascading ...
Ruptly TV
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Ruptly TV
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