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As part of its proposed restructuring of six of its Midlands titles, three editors are expected to lose their jobs. The titles and editors affected by the decision are the Northampton Chronicle and Echo (David Summers), Northants Telegraph (Neil
Tony Sutcliffe is a spokesman for the British Freedom Party If there were Olympic medals being handed out for political spin then the man who had just introduced himself to me as "Tony Smith" was clearly going for gold. I was interviewing him against
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4 August 2012 A van driver was lucky to escape with his life after mindless thugs threw a large brick from a bridge through his windscreen. The brick smashed the glass, missing the shocked driver by inches. He was passing under the footbridge on the
All-Stars on the verge of earning a trip to next week's World Series in Washington, Pa. Nick Richards cleared the bases with a fifth-inning triple that helped give the team a 6-1 lead, and Andrew Rapoza added two hits and two RBIs in an eventual 8-1
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe The Olympics may be starting in London this weekend, but here in the Calder Valley the torch relay continues, in support of the appeal set up to assist people following the recent disastrous floods.
One of the finest buildings in England is the Piece Hall in Halifax and it has very good news today. The Heritage Lottery Fund has given £7 million to help ensure its future and find the key to re-using an exceptionally site-specific building.
It is a shame that someone did not step forward to make this a listed building and protect part of our broadcasting heritage...Samuel Hickett, Pontefract ,West Yorks (used to work down pit but now no ole left to crawl into), 18/7/2012 23:00 How many
13 July 2012 Until just over three weeks ago, the 5,000-plus residents of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, could be forgiven for feeling ever so slightly smug. Theirs was an impossibly pretty town of cobbled streets, handsome stone buildings, lush
A source close to the beautiful couple say they have had enough of nosy neighbors and photographers in Bedford, N.Y., butting into their business and an incident on Sunday pushed them over the edge. The town insider says Lively and Reynolds were