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December 13, 2017 6:00 AM Five arrested as police carry out drugs raids on three Brighton properties

Officers targeted addresses in Pankhurst Avenue, New England Street and Tongdean Lane, Brighton, on December 5. They also raided two hotels in the city centre. Police said the raids were carried out to stem the flow crystal meth into Brighton and Hove. Detective Inspector Julie Wakeford of the Brighton and Hove Community Investigation Team, said: "It is believed 9

December 12, 2017 3:59 PM Drug addict walks free from jail after his 100th conviction

Many of his previous convictions were for violence A drug addict notched up his 100th criminal offence when caught by police with heroin and crack cocaine, a court has been told. John Sparks, 40, admitted possession of 3.8g of heroin and 1.04g of cocaine when he appeared before a judge at Exeter Crown Court. The offence put Sparks in breach of a suspended 8

December 10, 2017 4:16 PM Carrier bag full of cannabis and deadly knives found in search

A large quantity of cash was also found after Thornaby Police carried out a search A huge carrier bag of cannabis, a haul of deadly knives and hundreds of pounds in cash have been found in a drugs raid. Thornaby Neighbourhood Policing Team carried out a search at an address in the Stainsby Hill area of Thornaby after being granted a drugs warrant 8

December 10, 2017 3:42 PM With that number of Santas it's no wonder all the presents get delivered! Thousands of runners dress as Father Christmas to raise charity cash

Thousands of Santa's made their way through the streets of Glasgow today for the annual Santa Dash charity fundraiser. Runners dressed in traditional Santa attire of red coats, red hats and white beers gathered in the city centre for the 10am run. This year saw a record 8,500 runners brave sub-zero temperatures for the 5,000km run. Last year's 5,000km run saw around 6

December 8, 2017 1:00 PM CrossCountry rail workers to strike over one of year´s busiest shopping weekends

Fresh strikes have been announced on the most extensive passenger rail franchise in Britain in a dispute over rostering and Sunday working. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union on CrossCountry will strike for 48 hours on Saturday and Sunday, disrupting services on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year. The union announced fresh 3

December 8, 2017 4:56 AM Community shed project in cash boost

A £1,000 CASH award for a community shed project has helped to get the initiative up and running. The Henfield Shed – a friendly hub for hands-on projects and skills-sharing – received the funding from organic skin and haircare brand Green People. Green People invited individuals and groups across the UK to apply for £1,000 to put towards projects that make a difference

December 7, 2017 7:39 PM Stop paying tradies with cash: tax chief

The tax commission is imploring people to stop paying tradies with cash because it's costing the economy billions of dollars. His call comes after reports of tradespeople issuing fake invoices using a Bunnings business registration number, or ABN. "If you pay cash for a discount, in many cases you are effectively ripping off yourself as an Australian 5

December 7, 2017 4:54 PM Wembley Stadium to host three Euro 2020 group games and one last-16 match on top of semi-finals and final

England were handed a massive home advantage at Euro 2020 when Wembley was awarded four more games by UEFA on Thursday. If they reach the final, Gareth Southgate's side would play at least four of their seven games at Wembley and possibly two more — a third group game and a last-16 clash. Only the quarter-final, which has so often proved England's undoing

December 6, 2017 12:55 PM Hospitals cash boost is ‘the best news in a decade’

HOSPITALS have welcomed new Government funding as the biggest boost they have received in a decade. This week the Echo reported £90million extra funding for hospitals in mid and south Essex. The cash is set to boost modernisation plans, which will see a range of specialist services across Southend, Basildon and Broomfield Hospitals. Clare Panniker, chief 7

December 6, 2017 12:50 AM Australia's longest, most expensive divorce comes to an end – 12 years and $35 MILLION in legal fees later

An ex-husband and wife have finally settled their divorce after spending $35 million and 12 years – almost as long as they were married – battling over their fortune. The former couple, known as Mr and Mrs Strahan, have been at war with each other since divorcing in 2006. Family Court Judge Paul Cronin delivered his judgement in the nation's longest-running