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April 17, 2018 4:00 AM Teenage cancer patients will get specialist nurse at The Royal Alex

The Teenage Cancer Trust charity refurbished a room at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton last summer and is now looking for a nurse who specialises in cancer in teenagers and young adults to join the team. The new nurse will mean young people in the area can receive the specialist care they need, including in their own homes 6

April 16, 2018 1:16 PM Hugh Grant admits he can’t use Netflix

Hugh Grant has admitted he misses the days of analogue television and has not yet worked out how to use Netflix. The Four Weddings And A Funeral star said he is still old fashioned in his tastes. He told Pilot TV magazine: “I can’t work it. There was something I needed to see on Netflix last night and I’m in a new house and I couldn’t get it to work. The actor 6

April 13, 2018 11:04 AM York CEOs to sleep on the streets

TWO York businessman are planning to sleep rough to raise awareness of homelessness. The CEO Sleepout, which takes place on Monday, April 16, will see business people from across York sleeping under the stars. They are aiming to raise more than £50,000 to help combat poverty and homelessness across the city. According to research published earlier this year, 29 rough 9

April 13, 2018 10:52 AM The Spotted Cow in Malton closes for repair work

A RYEDALE pub has closed on what the manager described as “a sad day”. The Spotted Cow in in Spital Street, Malton, is owned by the Fitzwilliam Estate, with the lease was being held by the Punch Taverns group. This lease expired on Thursday and is not being renewed. Manager Rory Queen, who also runs the Chapter Two Bar in Malton’s Market Place, said that he and his team took over the pub in August 7

April 13, 2018 4:07 AM Drunk shoplifter stole clothes from Marks & Spencer

A SHOPLIFTER has been given a £50 fine for stealing meat and clothes from Marks and Spencer. Mark Bailey, 45, of Bath Road in Old Town entered the supermarket with an accomplice on March 15 and stole meat worth £91.67, then the pair returned the next day and stole £163 of clothes. Bailey pleaded guilty to both theft charges at Swindon Magistrates Court 1

April 13, 2018 3:31 AM Crucial period for Rebels: Haylett-Petty

Melbourne Rebels feel it's make or break time for their Super Rugby finals ambitions, starting with the clash against the Jaguares. Fullback Dane Haylett-Petty will line up against the Argentine side at AAMI Park on Saturday after missing the past two games suffering from the lingering affects of concussion. "I'm really excited to be back; it's always 1

April 13, 2018 3:09 AM Fitness trainer turned hairdresser who kicked a policeman in the groin and punched another in the face over an illegal park is spared jail

A woman has pleaded guilty to three counts of assault after she kicked a police officer in the groin and punched another in the face over an illegal street park on the Sunshine Coast. Coolum hairdresser Janette Medina will need to pay $2,000 compensation after a confrontation with a police over an illegal park escalated into a violent struggle. The Maroochydore 1

April 10, 2018 9:38 AM Delay on homes plan for Army site

THE COUNCIL'S plans to build new housing on an Army reservist site in York have hit delays. The project for Duncombe Barracks, on Burton Stone Lane, emerged in February, but authority bosses were tight-lipped about what they said were very early stage proposals. A decision was originally due on March 15, but has now been put back to until late June while 8

April 6, 2018 11:45 AM Olympic great Marit Bjoergen says she is retiring

OSLO, Norway (AP) - Marit Bjoergen, the most decorated Winter Olympian in history, says she is retiring from cross-country skiing. The 38-year-old Norwegian told public broadcaster NRK "I don't have the motivation needed to give 100 percent for another season and that's why I choose to retire." She said it wasn't easy to announce the decision because 7


Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) is a common additive that causes cleaning products to create a foam. According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), SLS is a 'moderate hazard' that has been linked to cancer, organ toxicity, skin irritation and hormone disruption. SLS can be found in most body washes, soaps, baby wipes, shampoos, toothpastes and laundry 3