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January 17, 2018 12:11 PM Man City manager Pep Guardiola stuns fans on FA Cup mission

The Manchester City manager took in Mansfield vs Cardiff. He took in the Mansfield vs Cardiff game at Field Mill - and his dapper hat made him centre of attention rather than acting as a disguise. The Catalan posed for a picture alongside Mansfield CEO Carolyn Radford as he saw Cardiff come out on top to earn an FA Cup fourth-round clash with the Blues 10

January 17, 2018 8:54 AM Horses are ridden through fire to honour patron saint of animals

Every year on the night of 17 January, horses are ridden through huge flames and clouds of smoke on the streets of the village of San Bartolome de los Pinares. Every year on the night of 17 January, horses are ridden through huge flames and clouds of smoke on the streets of the village of San Bartolome de los Pinares, about 100km (62 miles) north west of Madrid 11

January 17, 2018 8:00 AM Manchester City forward Marlos Moreno has joined Flamengo on loan

Moreno had been on loan at Girona since the beginning of the season, but made only four appearances for the Spanish outfit. Manchester City forward Marlos Moreno has joined Flamengo on loan till 31 December, 2018. Moreno was signed by City in August 2016 from Colombian side Atletico Nacional but has failed to make a single appearance thus far for Pep Guardiola's 10

January 16, 2018 11:18 AM Lloyd Deacon found guilty of killing Basildon man Gary Bassett

A FORMER boxer has been found guilty of killing a man in a violent argument over drugs. Lloyd Deacon, 27, of Parson’s Field, Dedham, denied killing Gary Bassett, after an argument about drugs in a Basildon alleyway. Deacon lashed out, launching a kick at drug user Mr Bassett, who refused to share his crack cocaine. The court had previously heard how Deacon

January 16, 2018 6:06 AM Bolton Council scraps £300 a week cap on social care charge

A NEW system under which the majority of Bolton’s social care recipients will face increased costs has been approved. The removal of £300 per week cap on the amount people contribute to their own non-residential care was approved at a meeting of the council’s cabinet yesterday. The move is part of a package of cuts intended to save the council £550,000. The revised 6

January 16, 2018 12:02 AM Maidstone: Fringe Festival 2018 dates announced with some confirmed acts and venues across the town centre

Maidstone's popular Fringe Festival is set to return for an eighth year this May bank holiday weekend. The music festival, which takes place in venues across the County Town each year, will be held from Thursday, May 3 to Bank Holiday Monday, May 8. Celebrating the diversity of new and original music in Kent and the South East, it will feature live acts from across 5

January 15, 2018 9:48 PM $500,000 reward for NSW teen's 1988 death

A $500,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction over the suspected murder of a teenage boy found dead on train tracks in NSW 30 years ago. The body of 17-year-old Mark Anthony Haines was found near Tamworth on January 16, 1988, and his family will make a public appeal for information alongside police in the town on Tuesday

January 15, 2018 8:00 PM Joseph Parker is an unbeaten world champion who enjoys feasting on raw fish, scorpions and tarantulas... now Anthony Joshua is next on the menu

'I grew up watching him and I saw him in some movies and now he's probably the highest-paid athlete in the world. For him to be Samoan it's pretty inspirational. That is a trait shared by Joshua and, at first glance, they are two fighters with much in common. Both are likeable out of the ring and unbeaten inside it. But their paths to the top could hardly 9

January 15, 2018 5:08 PM How salmonella destroyed the mighty Aztecs: Ancient teeth reveal how nearly ALL of Mexico was once wiped out by one of the most devastating food poisoning epidemics in human history

It has been described as one of the most devastating epidemics in human history - and now scientists have discovered what caused it. An outbreak of a mystery disease in 1576, and second wave in 1576, killed around seven million to 17 million people and helped destroy the mighty Aztec Empire. Known to the locals as cocoliztli, the symptoms of the disease 10

January 15, 2018 3:16 PM Abandoned car acquires heap of parking tickets

A MYSTERY vehicle has slowly been acquiring parking tickets while it sits idle in a parking bay off Union Row. The grey Seat appears to have been abandoned as it has not budged from its Old Town spot opposite BBC Wiltshire in weeks. But that hasn’t stopped traffic wardens slapping ticket after ticket on the windscreen. It was spotted by a bemused commuter