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May 17, 2018 10:00 AM Nantes confirms coach Claudio Ranieri's departure

NANTES, France (AP) - Nantes coach Claudio Ranieri is leaving the French club at the end of the season. Ranieri confirmed his departure on Thursday, a day after club president Waldemar Kita said the Italian manager would be in charge of his final game this Saturday against Strasbourg. In a statement released by Nantes, Kita thanked Ranieri and his staff

May 8, 2018 10:03 AM Teen has two years' worth of coursework stolen from Basildon

A STOLEN art portfolio full of two years of coursework was recovered just days before exams are due to start. Cassidy Hall, 15, of Oldwyk, Basildon, discovered the missing work had been swiped from the doorstep of her home. Mother Colette, 42, launched an appeal to find the portfolio which contained all her projects for the past two years of her GCSE course 12

May 7, 2018 1:15 PM LGBT fundraising show at York Barbican

MEMBERS of the local LGBT+ community are hoping a fund-raising night at the Barbican will be a big boost to their local projects. “Bring on Tomorrow” by local writer Steven Clark will bring well-known gay and straight artists and celebrities to York on July 8, including Mr Gay Europe, Matt Rood, Mr Gay Scotland, Steven Whyte and HIV Activist Jonathan 165

May 7, 2018 12:30 PM Northern College of Costume students spread their wings at Yorkshire Air Museum

THESE students are ready to spread their wings at the end of their intensive training course. But the eight in brand new Royal Flying Corps uniform were not pilots or airmen but costume makers. They were taking part in a photo shoot in the last week of their 15-week course at the Northern College of Costume in central York. Since it started in January 9

April 17, 2018 3:31 PM Obituary: Pioneering lecturer helped develop university’s first chemistry courses

A LECTURER who was instrumental in developing chemistry courses at a new university has been remembered by colleagues and loved ones. Dr Edward Bishop, from Brighton, who worked at the University of Sussex for more than three decades, died at the age of 82 on Friday, March 23. He grew up in Worcester, where as a youngster, he became interested in everything 22

April 13, 2018 7:16 AM 'This Is Us' and 'Master of None' receive GLAAD Media Awards

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - "This Is Us" was named outstanding television drama Thursday at the GLAAD Media Awards at a ceremony that buzzed with excitement for honoree Britney Spears. The 29th annual ceremony held Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel also recognized "Master of None" for an episode in which Lena Waithe's character comes out to her family 6

April 3, 2018 5:03 AM Students bound for Africa to work on community projects

STUDENTS from a Bolton school are not planning to put up their feet this summer — instead they will be heading to East Africa to volunteer on community projects. The 13 students, from Thornleigh Salesian College will work in schools and medical centres as well as orphanage in Tanzania. Rocco said “Our plans while we are over are to volunteer in schools 13

March 31, 2018 10:00 AM Charities and projects needed for community funding

Waitrose Southend is inviting local charities and groups to participate in its ‘Community Matters’ scheme, which sees £1,000 shared between three good causes every month as voted for by customers. As shoppers go through the checkout, they receive a green token to place in a box of the cause they’d most like to support - the more tokens a cause gets, the bigger 10

March 31, 2018 5:02 AM Schools to receive £4.7 million to transform buildings

SCHOOLS in Bolton are to receive a slice of £4.7 million to transform buildings. Nine primary and secondary schools have successfully bid for government cash to improve their buildings with projects ranging from replacing a whole classroom block to kitchen improvements. The funding is part of multi-million pound pot to improve and expand facilities in schools 11

March 28, 2018 10:13 AM Coronation Street SPOILER: Zeedan Nazir to depart the soap as actor Qasim Akhtar QUITS after four years

But Coronation Street will soon be saying goodbye to Zeedan Nazir, as actor Qasim Akhtar has quit after four years in the role. A spokesperson for the soap confirmed Qasim's exit to MailOnline, with reports adding that Zeedan will leave the cobbles in the early summer. Qasim reportedly decided to quit his Coronation Street role to pursue new acting projects 9