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April 17, 2018 3:12 PM Art retailer backs the Martlets

ART retailer artrepublic is raising money for the Martlets hospice in Hove ahead of taking its place as snail sponsor on the Snailway this autumn. They opened a pop-up unit for two weeks next to its shop on Bond Street, Brighton, selling prints at discounted prices. Snailspace’s own Feeling Groovy, designed by Pinky, took pride of place in the window 6

April 13, 2018 2:13 AM 'We stand with Israel Folau': Rugby star's teammate declares his support for the devout Christian as he faces backlash for saying God's plan for gay people is hell

A team mate of Israel Folau has stood up and shown his support for the rugby star after his controversial comments about homosexuals on his social media account. Wallaby and Waratahs winger Curtis Rona posted his support for Folau after he seemed to double down on his stance in a new social media post 9 News reported. Which read 'Stand with God no matter 1

April 12, 2018 5:54 PM Momentum-backed Labour candidate dismissed 2,500 McDonald's jobs as s***, branded the Royal Family 'scroungers' and claimed Waitrose shoppers were 'scum' in Twitter rants

A Labour candidate fighting for a marginal seat ranted online about 's***' jobs at McDonalds, Waitrose shoppers being 'scum' and 'scroungers in the Royal Family. Jane Aitchison's Twitter tirades were exposed just days after she was selected to fight Pudsey in West Yorkshire. The Momentum-backed candidate apologised tonight for her 'unbecoming' language 1

April 7, 2018 4:00 AM Brave man honoured for saving driver who entered harbour at high speed

A HEROIC man who saved the life of a driver who drove his car into a harbour at high speed will be honoured with a national award for bravery. John Reid, of Seafield Road, Hove, put his own life on the line during the early morning incident on September 4 last year. It was going so fast it carried on travelling another 30 metres after it hit the water 9

April 3, 2018 3:02 AM Jordana Brewster smooches producer husband Andrew Form at A Quiet Place premiere in NYC

And on Monday night Jordana Brewster was spotted kissing her man at the New York City premiere of his new horror film A Quiet Place. The 37-year-old actress posed on the red carpet in a gold bomber jacket and slouchy black satin pants. Jordana paired her glitzy ensemble with backless heels, a white tank, and a Brunello Cucinelli necklace that cost a whopping 2

March 28, 2018 10:04 AM Bikers ride in for annual Squires Motorbike Café’s fundraiser

HUNDREDS of motorcyclists rode into Malton on Sunday as part of an annual charity Easter Egg Run. The traditional Squires Motorbike Café’s fundraiser saw motorbikes, trikes and scooters travel in a cavalcade to Malton from Sherburn-in-Elmet. Music was provided by the Cover Ups and The Jokers and there was also a tombola and raffle. Funds raised will be donated 8

March 27, 2018 4:54 AM Estate agent James Beck jailed after admitting £30,000 fraud

An estate agent has been jailed for 18 months after he took out loans totalling £30,000 in the name of a woman whose house he was selling. James Beck used the woman’s details to open a bank account and take out two loans of £15,000. The 39-year-old, of Bennett Hill Close, Royal Wootton Bassett, used some of the money to pay for a family holiday to Mexico 7

March 22, 2018 1:32 PM Man banned from being drunk in any public place

A COURT order has been issued against a man to protect people in a North Yorkshire coastal town from his alleged drunken and intimidating behaviour. James Andrew Thornton, 34, whose behaviour has had a negative impact on people in Filey, has been banned from being drunk in any public place in the country until 2021, North Yorkshire Police said. At Scarborough 13

March 21, 2018 12:45 PM Firework seller had 10kg of explosives in car

A FIREWORKS seller who was caught with nearly 10kg of explosives in his car has been handed a curfew. Liam Driscoll, of Barrowcliff Road in Scarborough, pleaded guilty at Scarborough Magistrates' Court to storing fireworks without a licence and failing to give age warning information. Driscoll was caught after a trading standards officer from North Yorkshire 8

March 19, 2018 1:09 PM Housebuilder helps St Leonard's

ST LEONARD'S hospice is to receive a huge boost from a local housebuilder. Barratt Developments East Yorkshire will undertake fundraising initiatives across the region throughout 2018. St Leonard's hospice is an independent charity that provides specialist palliative care for local people with life limiting illnesses. It costs in excess of £5 million 9