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24th July 2021
Hollywood Star Tom Hardy visits Barry Island

Hollywood Star Tom Hardy has visited Barry Island today whilst in the area shooting his new movie Havoc. A post shared on the Barry Island Pleasure Park Facebook page said 'Thanks to the ledgend Tom Hardy for visiting us and loving Barry Island as much as we do' Hardy is currently shooting his new movie […]

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24th July 2021
Three men arrested after woman dies from severe burns

Three men have been arrested following the death of a woman who suffered severe burns at an address in Bury, Greater Manchester Police said. Police were called to reports a woman had been badly burned at an address on East Street in Bury last night. The 31-year-old woman was found by emergency services and had […]

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24th July 2021
'A life bound to nature's pulse is getting harder': The reindeer herder whose livelihood is threatened by warmer winters

Slava Kemlil is waiting for us on the dock in the Arctic town of Chersky.   He's been there applying for government grants but it is not where he feels at home. Home is in the tundra with his reindeer. "You can relax there," he says. "You can breathe the fresh air. In the settlement […]

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24th July 2021
WWII bomb which shut M62 and saw residents evacuated safely detonated by explosives experts

A live 500lb World War Two bomb found on a new housing development has been successfully detonated. Residents had to be evacuated and a motorway had to be closed to allow for explosive experts to destroy the bomb in Goole, East Yorkshire. Police were forced to shut the east and west-bound carriageways of the M62 […]

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24th July 2021
UK COVID cases fall for fourth day in a row as country records 31,795 new infections

The number of new COVID cases in the UK has fallen for the fourth day in a row, according to government data. The country has recorded 31,795 new cases, compared to 36,389 cases on Friday, but the daily number of coronavirus-related deaths is not yet available due to technical difficulties in processing the data. This […]

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24th July 2021
Girl who went missing from her home in Bolton found in London

An 11-year-old girl who went missing from her home in Bolton with a "substantial amount of money" has been found "safe and well" in London, police have said. Fatuma Kadir's parents are said to be "incredibly relieved" after they had appealed for her to return home quickly. The girl left without her parents knowledge on […]

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24th July 2021
Man arrested after woman, 36, stabbed to death

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 36-year-old woman was stabbed to death in south London. The 49-year-old suspect and the victim are believed to be known to each other. The Metropolitan Police said it was called to Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, at 10pm on Friday. Police officers and paramedics found […]

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24th July 2021
'Uplifting': Parkrun returns for first time since COVID-19 pandemic started

Runners up and down the country have hailed the return of Parkrun events, as the starting pistol was fired for the first time in more than a year this morning. The weekly Saturday 5km runs, which are free and led by volunteers, were suspended during the pandemic as gatherings were banned. Parkruns have been going […]

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24th July 2021
Huge sinkhole shuts roads after water main burst

Repair work is under way after a huge sinkhole opened in Liverpool. The 4.5 metres (15ft) by six-metres (20ft) sinkhole in Green Lane at the junction of Prescot Road, Old Swan, appeared late on Friday after a large water main ruptured. Fire crews worked to restrict the flow of water as road closures were set […]

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24th July 2021
Reopening clubs 'immoral and unethical' and will mean 'more illness and deaths' - expert warns

Reopening nightclubs is "immoral and unethical" as it will mean more coronavirus cases, hospitalisations and deaths, an expert has warned. Public health physician Dr Gabriel Scally, who sits on the Independent SAGE panel, suggested the government decided to open clubs on 19 July to try to achieve so-called "herd immunity" by more people getting infected. […]

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