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February 22, 2018 5:04 PM Emma Bunton hosts own BRITs for kids

Emma Bunton's sons were disappointed that they couldn't go with her to the BRIT Awards so she hosted a special awards ceremony at home for them. Emma Bunton hosted her own BRIT Awards ceremony at home for her children. The Spice Girls star has sons Beau, 10, and Tate, six, with her fiancé Jade Jones and the boys were both disappointed that they couldn't 13

February 22, 2018 2:54 PM Selby care home's extension plans

A CARE home near Selby is in line for an extension, creating new apartments and care beds. Roche Healthcare have applied for planning permission to build an extension at Mansion House care home, in Drax. The company wants to build a unit with 11 "close care apartments" as well as an extension to the existing care home which will increase the number of bedrooms 12

February 22, 2018 2:16 PM Don't get caught out by this weekend's car park closure at Great Western Hospital, Swindon

A Great Western Hospital car park will be shut for around 18 hours from tonight, allowing contractors to carry out maintenance work. The North Car Park - in front of the main entrance to the hospital - will shut from 6pm on Friday, February 23. GWH say they hope to reopen the car park by midday on Saturday, February 24. Visitors have been advised to use the West Car Park. Access 8

February 22, 2018 12:35 PM Brit Awards 2018: 30 Celebs Who Let Their Hair Down At The Afterparties

There'll be lots of sore heads today. Stormzy’s show-stopping performance may have marked the end of the Brit Awards for anyone watching at home, but for the biggest stars in music, it was only the beginning. As soon as the credits rolled on the live broadcast, it was officially time for the real fun to begin, with winners, nominees and rising stars 11

February 22, 2018 12:00 PM Push to build 7,500 homes in Rochford 'not possible' as two projects receive cash boost

THE number of sites earmarked for housing in Rochford has been called into question in the wake of a Government grant to deliver two development projects. Rochford District Council’s local plan, which lays out plans for future housing, is currently out for public consultation. But John Mason, leader of the opposition Green and Rochford District Residents 2

February 21, 2018 10:11 PM Four men and woman appear in court accused of laundering £19million from sale of fake prescription drugs bought in Europe

Four men and a woman appeared in court today accused of laundering cash from the sale of fake and unlicensed medicines after more than £19m passed through their accounts. Prosecutors say counterfeit medication was bought in European countries such as Germany, Austria and France before being sold. David Cohen, 37, Mindy Gross, 42, and Jacob Gross, 44, Edward 5

February 21, 2018 3:52 PM Decision on Hulton Park Estate Ryder Cup golf course plans postponed

A DECISION on the future of the Hulton Park Estate has been postponed. Councillors were due to meet on March 1 and vote on whether property giant Peel Holdings can build a championship golf course and more than 1,000 homes on the historic site. Town hall bosses say the postponement has been agreed in order to ‘enable full consideration’ of the hundreds 7

February 21, 2018 2:01 PM Young people invited to have their say on policing and education at Youth Voice Conference

TEENAGERS and young people from across York are invited to have their say on policing, education, council services and other organisations at a meeting on March 16 at Pavilions of Harrogate. Guest speakers at the North Yorkshire’s 2018 Youth Voice Conference include writer and poet Lemn Sissay MBE and youngsters will be able to take part in workshops 3

February 21, 2018 4:00 AM No extra funding in budget plans to remove graffiti

CALLS have been made for increased action to tackle “unlawful” graffiti as no extra funding is planned to be allocated for its removal. There is no change in Brighton and Hove City Council’s budget plans for 2018/2019 to the current £92,500 funding provided to remove graffiti from the city’s buildings. Campaigners proposing a “zero-tolerance” approach 13

February 20, 2018 6:34 PM THIS Government department is trying to WATER DOWN Brexit, reveals former minister

FORMER Brexit minister David Jones launched a brutal attack on the Treasury and said the Government’s key department is causing a “huge” Brexit “roadblock”. Tory MP David Jones praised civil servants in the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) but hit out at pro-Remain officials and ministers in the Treasury. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s The Ministry 16