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February 18, 2018 8:01 AM Smash hit musical Blood Brothers set for five night run in Rhyl Pavilion

International smash hit Blood Brothers is coming to Rhyl for five nights next month. The iconic musical, written by award-winning playwright Willy Russell, will be visiting the Pavilion after celebrating 30 years of globetrotting success in 2017. This epic tale of Liverpool life started as a play, performed at a Liverpool comprehensive school in 1981 before 5

February 17, 2018 12:22 PM £18,000-a-week Premier League ace Sam McQueen gets six points and £750 fine after he was caught doing 56mph in a 30 zone in his £40,000 Range Rover Evoque

Premier League ace Sam McQueen has had six points slapped on his driving licence after he was caught doing nearly double the speed limit on a 30mph road. The Southampton full-back was caught by a speed camera travelling 56mph in a 30mph zone in his £40,000 black Range Rover Evoque. McQueen, 23, was driving on the A336 between his home in Ringwood and Southampton's 6

February 17, 2018 10:11 AM You Can Now Buy The House From Call Me By Your Name

Fancy owning a property that’s (technically) been nominated for an Academy Award? Well roll up, roll up - because the house from Oscar-nominated film ‘Call Me by Your Name’ is up for sale. Located in Lombardy, Italy, the 16th century villa is the predominant setting for the critically-acclaimed movie, and where Elio and Oliver (Timothée Chalamet and Armie 6

February 16, 2018 7:38 PM Ex-Oxfam aid worker tells of sex assaults by colleagues

A former Oxfam aid worker has told the BBC she was sexually and physically abused by a senior male colleague while in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. The woman claims she was also sexually assaulted by another Oxfam worker after a party in South Sudan months later. She says she was "screaming for help" during the incident at her accommodation "but nobody 35

February 16, 2018 5:42 PM When It Comes To ESA, I'm Another Person That's Been Failed By The System

I need my daughters’ help to cut up my food and get out of the bath, but my disability benefits assessment says the fact that I can hold a cup of water counts as evidence that I’m fit for work. The government must take notice of the latest recommendations on how these benefits are assessed. Over the last year, my life has changed beyond recognition 8

February 16, 2018 8:29 AM Distant supermassive black holes are expanding so fast, they are actually outstripping star growth

Till date, scientists thought that black holes in distant galaxies grew in tandem with stars. Supermassive black holes are those monstrous voids that sit in distant galactic centres and suck in everything in their proximity. They keep devouring materials and can grow million to billion times heavier than our own Sun. However, for the first time ever, two independent 8

February 15, 2018 10:09 PM Teen Mom UK’s Megan Salmon-Ferrari Reveals Her Biggest Personal Achievement And How Mckenzie And Dulcie-Mae Have Changed

Now, ahead of the brand new series – which will see Megan, Amber Butler, Chloe Patton, Mia Boardman and Sassi Simmonds return to share more of their parenthood ups and downs (starting Wednesday 14th March at 8pm on MTV) – the mum-of-two has revealed how her two adorable children have changed since they were last on our TV screens. Bringing us up-to-date 9

February 15, 2018 6:18 PM Uber driver 'groomed tipsy schoolgirl, 14, after picking her up by telling her she was 'hot' and had 'nice lips''

An Uber driver groomed a tipsy 14-year-old schoolgirl after picking her up and telling her she 'looked hot and had nice lips', a court heard today. Spyros Ntounis, 35, from West Ealing, admitted slowing his cab down to 5mph as the journey finished so he could 'spend more time with her'. The taxi driver is accused of attempting to groom the teenager in April 3

February 15, 2018 9:50 AM Gospel choir reaches national finals of top competition

A BRIGHTON choir has reached the finals of the national University Gospel Choir of the Year competition. Sound of Zion, based at the University of Brighton’s Moulsecoomb campus, will be competing against eight other university gospel choirs at a televised event at the Dominion Centre in Wood Green, London, on March 24. The choir was founded by graduates 4

February 15, 2018 6:04 AM Addict died after leaving detox centre

A TRAGIC addict was found dead just days after discharging himself from a detoxification centre. An inquest in Bolton heard how, after decades of addiction to heroin, Darren Jefferies was determined to free himself of the drug. But assistant coroner Timothy Brennand was told that 45-year-old Mr Jefferies, a father-of-two, had a relapse in September last year, left Holgate 3