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September 15, 2018 1:08 AM Blackpool’s the new Vegas in £100m deal

BLACKPOOL is tipped to become the “Las Vegas of the North” after a massive £100 million makeover was unveiled yesterday. The huge cash injection from regional and government funds will “breathe new life” into the Lancashire town’s shops, hotels and infrastructure. The investment will also fund a £7 million road upgrade, a new museum, and the expansion 5

September 8, 2018 2:55 PM Car crashes through glass window at Westfield Stratford

A car has crashed through a glass window and into an escalator at Stratford's Westfield shopping centre. The white people carrier became wedged on top of the moving stairs, having ploughed through glass in the east London shopping centre's car park. Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 14:39 BST and confirmed nobody was injured in the incident 9

September 7, 2018 8:16 AM Kids vote shoe shopping best time to be proper little bastards

Despite stiff competition from car journeys and trips to the supermarket, the UK’s small children believe shoe shops provide the most satisfying ‘kicking off’ experience. Mum-of-two Emma Bradford said: “I don’t know if it’s something in the chemicals they use to treat leather but as soon as we step into a shoe shop my kids turn on me. ‘My six-year-old 6

September 6, 2018 11:04 AM Pebley Beach gives boost to A Walk in My Shoes by Swindon Carers

SWINDON'S unpaid carers have been given a boost by car dealers Pebley Beach. The Suzuki and Hyundai franchise on Paddington Drive pledged to match every pound raised by the Swindon Carers initiative A Walk in My Shoes up to £1,500. Fundraisers went on to raise £1,573 at a sponsored walk, meaning the joint effort has raised £2,573 for the charity 13

September 6, 2018 7:25 AM Watchdog Ofgem announces price cap that will save 11 million UK households £75 a year

New energy price cap will save 11 million households £75 a year by limiting rip-off tariffs to £1,136 says watchdog Ofgem More than 11 million households across the UK will benefit from an energy cap that will save them an average of £75 a year. Industry watchdog Ofgem is bringing in a price cap that will limit energy companies to charging no more than £1,136 a year. This will force 8

September 3, 2018 3:02 PM Wicked Film Festival returns to Rhyl and Bodelwyddan with messages of peace and love from around the world

FILM makers from across the world will share messages of peace, hope and friendship with Denbighshire cinephiles at this year’s Wicked Wales Film festival. The Wicked Wales International Youth film and Fringe festivals return this month for their third year with more than 100 short films created by young film makers from across Wales and beyond being 12

September 1, 2018 7:00 AM Teens support food bank

A total of 11 young people from Castle Point have completed a three week National Citizenship Programme and raised hundreds of pounds for a food bank. As part of this they did a social action week which involves completing a community project. The Canvey NCS group decided to raise money and awareness of the food bank scheme on Canvey. The group particularly 7

August 31, 2018 6:00 PM Ab-zorb the fun at Hadleigh Community Summer Fayre

This will be the first time such a community fayre has been held in the park and organisers have gone all out to make the event a success. The fun will include a beer tent as well as Prosecco and Pimm’s stalls, a fun dog show, bouncy castles, face painting as well as dance and choir performances in the arena. In addition, animal antics will keep younger 6

August 30, 2018 9:40 PM Apple expected to unveil three new iPhones

Analysts believe there will be an iPhone with a larger display, one with a cheap edge-to-edge screen, and a gold iPhone X. Analysts believe the tech giant will unveil three new smartphones - one with a larger display, one with a cheaper edge-to-edge screen, and a possible gold-coloured successor to the iPhone X. The event's gold-themed invitation fuelled 8

August 29, 2018 4:00 AM Hong Kong Chop House in York fined over poor hygiene

A CITY centre restaurant and its boss have to pay a court bill of more than £11,000 after York magistrates heard of years of poor hygiene in its kitchen. City of York Council inspectors served five hygiene improvement notices at once on Hong Kong Chop House in Swinegate because conditions in its kitchen were so bad on September 15, 2017, said Victoria 9