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September 9, 2018 4:08 AM Tune in to keep your bikes safe

With 200 bikes reported stolen in the city between March and August this year, the video shows how to use a bike cable and D-lock to secure your bike. Daniel Bianco, a transport planner from the council, said: “Cycling is becoming more and more popular, but some people aren’t always thinking about how to lock up their bikes properly. “Bear in mind that no bike lock is going 46

September 8, 2018 2:54 PM David Silva opens up on struggles when son Mateo was born prematurely

David Silva opens up on struggles when son Mateo was born prematurely: 'I didn't sleep much, I wasn't eating well… football was a really good escape' David Silva has opened up on the most testing time of his life after his son was born five months prematurely last December. There was nothing Silva could do while his son, Mateo, was in hospitla fighting 78

September 7, 2018 11:37 AM Ian Wright: Paul Pogba's World Cup win made Man United situation worse

'Coming back with the World Cup medal has given him a false sense of security and made him think he is bigger than this': Paul Pogba's success with France was bad news for Manchester United, claims Ian Wright Ian Wright believes France's World Cup triumph has given Manchester United a problem by inflating the ego of star midfielder Paul Pogba 80

August 29, 2018 4:30 PM Every Thought There Ever Was exhibition at the Focal Point Gallery

EVERY Thought There Ever Was is the title of the new exhibition opening at the Focal Point Gallery in Southend. Drawing on philosophical ideas and scientific research, this ambitious project by UK based artist Lindsay Seers considers historical representations of schizophrenia and contemporary insights into the condition achieved through the use of virtual 38

August 24, 2018 3:58 PM Hurricanes: A guide to the world's deadliest storms

Hurricanes are violent storms that can bring devastation to coastal areas, threatening lives, homes and businesses. Hurricanes develop from thunderstorms, fuelled by warm, moist air as they cross sub-tropical waters. Air swirls in to fill the low pressure in the storm, sucking air in and upwards, reinforcing the low pressure. The storm rotates due to the spin of the earth 90

August 20, 2018 7:06 PM Strictly Come Dancing: Lee Ryan and Paralympian join line-up

Lee Ryan is bringing his boy band moves to the Strictly dance floor as he becomes the 12th celebrity contestant. The Blue singer and former EastEnders actor said he was "so excited" to be part of the BBC One show. He follows bandmate Simon Webbe, who was a runner-up on the programme when he took part in 2014. Joining him will be Paralympian Lauren Steadman 54

August 16, 2018 2:12 PM Man clings to side of Genoa bridge for hours by thinking of his unborn child

A man who fell from Genoa bridge and managed to grab dangling wires thought of his unborn child as he waited to be rescued. His pregnant girlfriend, Giulia Organo, 28, said Gianluca Ardini, 29, held onto wires 65ft above the ground because thinking of their baby "gave him the strength to survive". Mr Ardini, who clung on with a dislocated shoulder, was driving 37

August 13, 2018 3:56 PM Victims of pension scammers lost an average £91,000, regulators say

A total of 253 victims reported to Action Fraud that they had lost more than £23m to pension scammers in 2017. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are urging the public to be on their guard when receiving unsolicited offers about their pensions and to check who they are dealing with. According to the regulators, highly 50

August 10, 2018 11:04 AM Dusty finds new home after being left to die

A TINY five-week-old puppy dumped in a bin and left to die has found a new home. Dogs Trust Basildon took in the puppy after a dog warden discovered it in a bin, underweight, with hair loss and inflamed itchy skin. The vet team named him Dusty, carried out a number of tests to determine what the skin condition was, and helped make him healthy before 35

August 8, 2018 4:10 AM Surge in abandoned bikes blocking Brighton's cycle racks

Councillor Phillips said: “The council clearly need more officers to get rid of abandoned bikes. Fellow cyclist Tony Janio, leader of the Conservative opposition on Brighton and Hove City Council, said that he was also aware of the problem. Councillor Janio said: “When I cycled into town for my morning yoga near to Brighton Town Hall at 7.30am, many of the cycle 47