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Benefits Street series sparks hundreds of complaints Fungi is a resident featured prominently in Benefits Street The first episode of a documentary series about residents of a deprived street in Birmingham have prompted almost 300 complaints to Ofcom.
Each year, thousands of pet owners find that their dog or cat has disappeared. Some believe their dog has somehow escaped a fenced yard. Others let their cat out, only to be heartbroken when they never return. Many of these animals have been
A spokesman for Mr Clark said the government sought advice from the Department of Justice on whether the reforms were suitable for Victoria soon after they were introduced and was awaiting further advice ''in order to see if there are further
26 December 2013 0 View comments The BBC has spied on the email accounts of its staff 140 times in the past five years, MailOnline can reveal today. Staff in an internal unit known as the BBC Investigations Service have snooped on employees' accounts
Taveuni has come on board to show their support to police after the community policing model was recently launched in the area. In launching the model, director operations SSP Tito Elo told the multiracial community that such an initiative was not
The bill is expected to be brought before the Knesset plenum next week. (Attila Somfalvi, Omri Efraim)
The temporary emergency measure, which became effective immediately, will be in effect for the next 45 days, after which the Council may choose to extend the ordinance for two years. Citing concerns over a spike in criminal activity in the area
Nearby, patrons were eating lunch at the popular Old Soul coffee shop, a crew was working on a supper club-style restaurant and a former beauty salon was being emptied from an 88-year-old building so it could be remade into a brewery and eatery. I
03 New York: Three Indian-origin men in the US have pleaded guilty to owning and managing motels where they ran illegal businesses, including selling drugs and sexual services, and could face a maximum penalty of 20 years behind bars.
I received notice for a homeowners association hearing, stating my 19-year-old son was cited for smoking marijuana in the association's parking lot with some other young people...He was cited by an association security guard who himself partakes in