CCTV appeal after man's jaw broken in attack at The Mailbox 

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Police release images of man they wish to trace in connection with assault... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:52 Categories: Birmingham Mail

5 autumn accessories trends to fall for 

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The turban Gucci's Alessandro Michele - AKA the man who changed our fashion outlook from normcore chic to maximalist freak - is, unsurprisingly, a big fan of headwear. His AW17 show included aerobic-style logo headbands, floppy hats with brims so wide you'd be lucky to fit through the average doorway while wearing one, novelty miniature cowboy hats and skinny hoods reminiscent of the chain-mail coifs worn by medieval knights. So far, so niche. But by far the easiest to adopt into your winter wardrobe is the turban, budget permitting. Read more Gucci showcases collection of contradictions at Milan Fashion Week Gucci's leopard print number comes in at £320 and is not the only luxury brand with eye-wateringly expensive offerings; Miu Miu's wool and cashmere blend turban in pale pink (£155) and Missoni's zig-zag knitted turban (£190) are reserved for jetsetters whose regular trips to Santorini ensure a decent cost-per-wear ratio. Thankfully, the high street hasn't been slow on the uptake for those of us who might only wear a turban on a VSHO (very special headwear occasion) - Free People has three colours of its Kimono turban and we love Uterqüe's red and gold topknot version (above). (£35, uterque.com) The embellished shoe Whether it was the metal encrusted boots at Alexander McQueen, the paillette fringed loafers at Delpozo, the faux fur peep-toes with crystal pageboy buckles at Miu Miu or the embroidered Mary Janes with sculptural heels at Prada, embellished shoes were huge news on the AW17 catwalks. And the best thing about it is that the sequins, stitching and studs came on shoes and boots of all shapes, sizes and heel heights; it's the most democratic shoe trend we've seen in ages. For a feather fix, head to London label Rogue Matilda, whose Birdie shoe features a peacock-inspired kiltie, while its Crazy Chick backless loafer is trimmed with its own miniature boa on the vamp. Added bonuses include an optional elastic heel strap on the loafers and the very important fact that the feathers are all waterproof, so no soggy toes. Oh, and they are extremely comfortable - the perfect party shoes for busy birds. (£189, roguematilda.com) The hard handle bag If you can't find one of this season's most coveted bamboo handle bags (which we wouldn't get too sad about because we had one once, and the bamboo snapped pretty quickly, which we might have had a little cry about on a Tube escalator), try a hard leather top handle tote instead. Coach's Rogue bag comes in eight delicious colour options, including melon, and Zara's new split suede mini tote has the lovely effect of braided leather handles as well as an optional shoulder strap should you need to go hands-free. If you still feel attached to summer's basket bags, though, head to L.A. label Staud, whose Moreau bucket bag feels not dissimilar to a macrame hanging basket. To be clear, this is a good thing. Just add a cheese plant backdrop for Instagram heaven. (£300, staud.clothing) The shoe-tights combo Balenciaga led the way with bold coloured opaque tights and Pantone-matched shoes; in fact, the effect was achieved by using stretchy thigh high all-in-one sock boots but you get the idea. It reminded us of the Dulux Mixlab aisle in Homebase, and just as we'd be unlikely to daub our walls and floors with matchy matchy crazy canary yellow or sludgy camel brown, we're not sold on those shades thigh to toe either. Sorry, Balenciaga. So it follows that the house's other idea of an all-white look is easier to get on board with for both our interiors and our limbs alike. Urban Outfitters agreed, and styled much of its AW17 campaign with white courts and tights for an electronic Eighties vibe. Elsewhere, Givenchy and Molly Goddard both went for red tights with matching pumps, while Mulberry's woolly tights were twinned with mustard, cornflower blue and lavender shoes. Dark purple shades are probably the easiest leg look IRL, what with them being the closest to our trusty black opaques, as demonstrated here by Warehouse. (Available from October, warehouse.co.uk) The puffer scarf If you suffer from what this member of the fashion team calls "shopping shoulder" - a painful affliction brought upon by wearing a heavy winter coat coupled with a scarf on public transport or in clothing stores, which she first experienced when dutifully trailing her mother around Laura Ashley and Marks & Sparks, aged 10 - then this season's puffer scarf might be for you. More lightweight than its woolly cousin, with the added bonus of being showerproof, this quilted down-filled wonder will make you feel the decadence of wearing your eiderdown to Sainsbury's but without the bulk. Seen at Balenciaga, Etro, Moncler and our favourite in all its kitsch floral glory, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. Most come with a concealed slit which one end tucks through to fasten. Because how do you tie a knot in a duvet? Coming soon to Zara - a reasonably priced high street dead ringer. (£945, preenbythorntonbregazzi.com) @hannahrochel... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:49 Categories: Evening Standard

Police hunt dog walker after boy bitten in vicious attack 

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He was left bleeding from an open wound... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:46 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Wolves transfer news: Nelson Oliveira on the link to Molineux move 

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The record has been put straight on a potential move by Wolves for Norwich City striker Nelson Oliveira... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:44 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Police investigate after officer caught 'swearing at' rider 

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Force says behaviour is 'unacceptable' and launches probe after illegal rider taunts cop... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:42 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Spider season officially open as Liverpool mum discovers 'spiders as big as her hand' 

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Mum captures footage of huge spider 'as big as her hand'... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:41 Categories: Liverpool Echo

This is what caused those loud bangs in Wirral last night 

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Contractors are working round the clock to dismantle the A bridge between Birkenhead and Wallasey... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:39 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Manchester Loves Cocktails to bring week long festival of top tipples back for 2017 

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The week-long festival features events, parties, dinners, music, tastings, masterclasses, competitions and discounted cocktails.... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:36 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Poison egg backlash: One in three shoppers refusing to eat foreign eggs 

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Shoppers are staging a backlash against supermarket's poisoned eggs, as a third are refusing to buy shop-bought sandwiches and salads unless the eggs they contain are British. ... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:34 Categories: The Telegraph

Which snoring cures really work? Four noisy sleepers test the products 

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We asked four noisy sleepers to try out the most popular anti-snoring products on the market to see if they could create a silent night...... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:31 Categories: Mirror

A new model for Leo? DiCaprio, 42, spied with brunette beauty, 23 

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Leonardo DiCaprio has been spending some quality time with German model Lorena Rae.  ... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:29 Categories: People

Guam remains a top U.S. destination for South Koreans 

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 Despite concerns that Guam tourism would decline because of North Korean threats against the U.S. territory, Guam's tourism was up 5% over the weekend, the president of the Guam Visitors Bureau said Tuesday.... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:26 Categories: USA TODAY

10,000 gallons of tainted alcohol seized from Mexican resorts 

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Mexican authorities seized 10,000 gallons of illegal alcohol this week after discovering an illicit manufacturer was supplying tourist attractions in Cancun and Playa del Carmen. ... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:24 Categories: Time

Can some Nebraska farmers kill the Keystone XL pipeline? 

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<p>On a national level, the pipeline has been opposed largely by environmentalists, but in Nebraska, it's been fought mainly by farmers and ranchers who fear it could erode their soil and hurt their land values.</p>... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:49:20 Categories: Bloomberg

Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers: What time is kick-off? Who is in the teams? Live stream details 

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The Birmingham Mail has everything BCFC fans need to know ahead of Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:39 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Donald Trump just retweeted a message calling him a fascist 

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Mr Trump deleted his retweet on Tuesday after about five minutes, but not before the message sent to his 35 million followers received a big response... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:36 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Woman 'killed by husband' in suspected murder-suicide was victim of 'sustained attack', inquest hears 

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Rikki Lander was discovered in the living room of her semi-detached house in Oldbury's Pel Crescent on August 5... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:33 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson reacts to his first Brazil call-up 

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The Selecao have included the Man City new boy in their squad for World Cup qualifiers and he says Claudio Bravo's presence is helping him... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:30 Categories: Manchester Evening News

What's turned this stray dog bright Blue? 

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Stray dogs have been baffling locals with their bizarre blue coats after swimming in the river... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:26 Categories: Mirror

Climate change denial think tank admits using false data in report 

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A claim by Britain's leading climate science 'sceptic' Nigel Lawson that the world's average temperature has fallen in the past 10 years was based on an "erroneous" temperature chart.... read more
 
15. elokuuta 2017 20:35:24 Categories: The Independent
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