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  • Alex gets meningitis and a place at Oxford

    August 17, 2018 7:00 AM 5

    A TEENAGER accepted into Oxford University received his results in a hospital bed after contracting meningitis. Alex Clarke, who studied at Westcliff High School for Boys, was hoping to attend the school to pick up his results. Instead the 18-year-old found himself in a hospital bed at Royal Cornwall in Truro after coming down with the potential deadly

  • Showband with something new

    August 17, 2018 6:01 AM 5

    FOLLOWING their sell out tour of 2017, Scotland’s top Showband Spatz and Co, presents a completely new programme and show of live music and song. And they will be at Kirkcaldy's Adam Smith Theatre on Saturday August 25. Called “Something in the Air…”, the band move seamlessly from the Big Band sounds of Glenn Miller and Duke Ellington, to the standards

  • Fox News: Moment host forced to correct colleague on live TV after she makes SHOCK blunder

    August 17, 2018 5:58 AM 7

    A FOX News presenter was forced to correct his colleague on live TV as she claimed America had defeated "communist Japan" during a patriotic speech about her "great country". Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt claimed the "great" USA has defeated "communist Japan" and "radical Islamists" as she commended American soldiers fighting for their country

  • Newspaper headlines: Aretha Franklin dies and 'Cipriani case causes outrage'

    August 17, 2018 5:06 AM 7

    The death of Aretha Franklin dominates the front pages with the Guardian devoting most of its cover to a large picture of the singer. "She was the living definition of soul" and her music was the "soundtrack to the resistance", the paper reports. "Respect for the Queen of Soul" is the main headline on the i atop a large picture of Aretha Franklin. She died aged 76 after


    August 17, 2018 4:16 AM 5

    Krabbe disease occurs when a baby inherits two copies of a mutated gene. Genes tell the body how to produce proteins. When they are altered, the body's proteins do not function properly. Children with Krabbe disease cannot produce enough or any of a crucial enzyme called galactocerebrosidase. Because children with the illness do not have enough of this enzyme

  • Special cookery classes for parents of children with kidney problems

    August 16, 2018 11:56 PM 6

    What do you do when typical favourites such as ice cream, chocolate and bananas could kill your child? Parents of children with kidney failure face this problem daily, so a new class is helping them to cater for their kids. A special renal unit at Southampton Children's Hospital looks after patients before and after kidney transplants. Dr Arvind Nagra

  • Who is Natalie Nunn? What you need to know about the CBB housemate

    August 16, 2018 9:38 PM 5

    American reality TV star Natalie Nunn first found fame when she joined the fourth season of a series called Bad Girls Club in 2009. The series documented the tantrums, trials and tribulations of a group of women, who were dubbed ‘bad girls’. An official video trailer for the first series shows snippets of some of the women in physical altercations with each other

  • Fan y Big mountain in Brecon Beacons downgraded to hill

    August 16, 2018 6:38 PM 6

    A mountain in the Brecon Beacons has been downgraded to a hill after it missed a mark by just 4.9ft (1.5m). Fan y Big has been taken off the Hewitts list, which records mountains in England, Wales or Ireland over 2,000ft (609.6m) high. But mountains must also have a minimum drop between the summit and the col - the lowest point on a mountain ridge between

  • German A Level EXTINCTION? Chinese MORE POPULAR with UK students

    August 16, 2018 5:03 PM 6

    GERMAN A levels may become a subject of the past, with more students now taking up Mandarin Chinese, the Joint Council for Qualifications has revealed. Experts expressed their concerns in the declining popularity of the A level language, with fewer students studying subjects like French, Spanish, and German. However, more students have instead chosen

  • Man charged with murder after Britain's Got Talent finalist stabbed to death in London

    August 16, 2018 5:03 PM 5

    Simonne Kerr, a nurse who was part of an NHS choir, died after being stabbed in her home in Battersea, south London. Desmond Sylva, 40, is accused of stabbing nurse Simonne Kerr, 31, in Battersea, south west London, on Wednesday, Scotland Yard said. Sylva was charged the day after Ms Kerr was found with a knife wound at her home. The mother-of-two performed