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April 20, 2018 2:49 PM Poll opens to name the first polar bear born in the UK in 25 years

Views are polarised on what to call the new addition, with Artor, Hamish, MacKinnon and Poulsen on the shortlist. The four-month-old cub was born in December at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig, Scotland. The park has told supporters: "Now that we know the polar bear cub is a boy, we need your help to pick a name." Views are polarised on what to name the park's 5

April 20, 2018 2:05 PM Sussex Police call on residents to take part in rural crime survey

It has been three years since the first National Rural Crime Survey asked the public for their views on matters relating to rural crime. This year’s survey went live on Tuesday and Sussex Police encourages those who live, work or visit rural communities in the county to respond and have their voice heard. In late 2017, the force appointed Superintendent 6

April 17, 2018 5:35 PM Nasa shares a mesmerising image of the Aurora Borealis at sunrise from the International Space Station

An astronaut living on the International Space Station (ISS) has posted a mesmerising image of auroras around Earth. The beautiful image shows the eerie green hues of the aurora as the sun rises over the southern hemisphere of our planet. After some minor photo-enhancement from the space agency, the image - which was initially posted on Instagram - was re-posted 5

April 17, 2018 7:46 AM 'I'm not paying!' George Galloway refuses to pay BBC licence fee over bias claims

GEORGE Galloway has declared he will no longer pay for the BBC - because he claims it is biased. In 2018, the Labour leader warned media “change is coming” when they, again, shone a spotlight on the unsavoury views of parts of his cult following. Although Mr Corbyn accepts that there are “pockets of anti-semitism” on the British left, he resents that mainstream 12

April 14, 2018 7:00 AM Stars of 2 billion view YouTube video head to Llandudno for Little Baby Bum show

The magical and colourful world of online sensation Little Baby Bum, whose Wheels on the Bus video has received 2 billion views, will come to life in Venue Cymru. Join Mia, Jacus, Twinkle and their nursery rhyme friends, stars of the world’s largest educational YouTube channel for their brand new live show featuring both traditional nursery rhymes and their 15

April 13, 2018 10:25 AM Channel 5 to explore ‘personal stories’ in Rivers Of Blood 50th anniversary film

Channel 5 will be exploring personal stories of what it means to be black or Asian in Britain today on the 50th anniversary of Enoch Powell’s infamous “rivers of blood” speech. Rivers Of Blood: 50 Years On will look at stories of immigration and the impact the speech had on “pioneer immigrants” and their descendants. It “tells the highly personal story 8

April 3, 2018 3:59 AM Jeremy Corbyn in new row over relations with Jewish community

Jeremy Corbyn has become embroiled in a fresh row over relations with the Jewish community, on the day Labour’s new general secretary takes office with a brief to improve the handling of anti-Semitism allegations. The Guido Fawkes website reported that Mr Corbyn attended a meeting of a radical left-wing group called Jewdas, which has criticised mainstream 5

April 2, 2018 11:06 PM In Montana, lolling, sleepy bear attracts thousands of views

WEST GLACIER, Mont. (AP) - Thousands of people are tracking the movements of a sleepy black bear who seems reluctant to leave the tree hollow it used as a den this winter. Glacier National Park officials have trained a webcam on the cottonwood tree since they first spotted the bear poking its head out on March 23. The camera has captured the bear yawning

March 30, 2018 11:59 AM Enter artworks for prize which celebrates The Ridgeway

CREATIVES who are inspired by Wiltshire's wonderful landscape are being urged to enter for the Swire Ridgeway Arts Prize, which is now collecting works ready for an exhibition just off the Ridgeway itself. The Ridgeway, which runs from near Avebury across the downs past Marlborough and Swindon and on through Oxfordshire to the Goring Gap, has wonderful 2

March 28, 2018 10:26 AM 'Resolute, defiant and determined' Catalan politician is released on bail as battle to extradite her to Spain begins

A former Catalan politician facing extradition to Spain has been bailed after handing herself in to police in Scotland today. Professor Clara Ponsati, former education minister in the Executive Council of Catalonia facing extradition to Spain, surrendered to officers in Edinburgh after a European Arrest Warrant was issued for her. But she remains 'resolute 2