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  • Bolton teenager Eden Lomax guilty of one-punch murder

    November 21, 2013 6:36 PM 9

    Eden Lomax, 17, of Northwood Crescent, Bolton, went to play computer games at a friend's house after the attack on Simon Mitchell, 43, in Bolton town centre on 14 June. Lomax threatened to give Mr Mitchell a surprise heavy-handed punch, known as a "bomb", when Mr Mitchell tried to defuse tensions between them. The teenager first punched a 31-year-old

  • Bid to open Benbecula's first chemists rejected

    November 21, 2013 6:10 PM 54

    A pharmacies company has been refused permission to open the first chemists on Benbecula in the Western Isles. The isles' pharmacies practices committee has agreed unanimously to refuse the application to set up a premises in Balivanich. Committee members said they had not been convinced by Local Pharmacies Limited's case for the chemists. Local GPs who receive

  • West Brom v Aston Villa: Matt Lowton targets Hawthorns win

    November 21, 2013 6:03 PM 32

    Aston Villa defender Matthew Lowton believes his team can end their run of poor derby results against West Brom when the two old local rivals meet again at The Hawthorns on Monday night. Villa traditionally have the edge, winning 74 of 160 clashes of the 128-year-old fixture. But Lowton told BBC WM: "We're going to there and try to get all three points

  • First babies born in new maternity departments

    November 21, 2013 5:38 PM 44

    THE first babies have been born at the new-look maternity units serving the residents of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. At 12 minutes past midnight on Wednesday an 8lb 1oz baby boy was born at the expanded maternity unit of Barnet Hospital, in Wellhouse Lane, High Barnet. Barnet Hospital now has has an antenatal and postnatal ward with 48 beds, as well as the birth

  • The Village That Benjamin Britten Never Left

    November 21, 2013 5:28 PM 49

    One such town is Aldeburgh where the fishing still goes on, though through the years it’s turned into a quiet enclave where retired air commodores play golf and live to great age, swimming daily in the ice-cold water. Aldeburgh is also the home of Benjamin Britten, and the hub of a substantial industry devoted to the composer. Along with the surrounding

  • Xbox One midnight launch at Game, not Asda or Tesco

    November 21, 2013 5:23 PM 27

    Whether you are intending to stay up and get hold of your next generation Xbox One at midnight or get up early tomorrow Game offers details of their stores opening times to coincide with the midnight launch. In addition, those of you wanting to get hold of Xbox One titles before anyone else can also check out which branches will be open and at what time. For those

  • Peter Davison: 'I was quicker than most Doctors'

    November 21, 2013 4:48 PM 44

    Peter Davison was in charge of the Tardis for Doctor Who's 20th anniversary in 1983. A special story, The Five Doctors, featured Davison's fifth Doctor alongside Richard Hurndall (as the late William Hartnell's first Doctor), Patrick Troughton's second Doctor and Jon Pertwee's third incarnation. Fourth Doctor Tom Baker, who declined to take part, appeared

  • Cows fall through roof into Lamorna artist's workshop

    November 21, 2013 4:43 PM 36

    An artist "miraculously" avoided injury when two cows dropped through the roof of her workshop. The cows fell through a skylight after breaking through fencing in a field that overlooks the building in Lamorna, Cornwall. Sue Marshall, 77, was vacuuming in an adjoining kitchen when the cows landed next to a loom where she works. Both cows, which were unharmed

  • Arcade Fire to return to UK for huge show at Earl’s Court

    November 21, 2013 4:35 PM 34

    Canadian rockers Arcade Fire have announced plans to return to the UK for one of their biggest concerts yet, at London’s Earl’s Court Arena. The band, who topped the album charts last month with their latest record Reflektor, will play the West London venue on Friday June 6 2014. They announced the news in a short YouTube video, which showed brief footage

  • Jail Term Cut For Sex Attacker

    November 21, 2013 4:25 PM 12

    Alex Wilson-Fletcher's 15-year sentence has been reduced, while his co-attacker's own appeal was rejected. One of two men jailed for a "disturbing and shocking" sex attack on a 14-year-old boy in the toilets of a Debenhams has had his jail term cut. Alex Wilson-Fletcher, 42, of Manchester, was originally sentenced to 15 years but that has been reduced