Pregnant Binky Felstead will reveal sex of child on Made in Chelsea 

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Also says the sex of the couple's baby will be revealed on Made In Chelsea... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:42:06 Categories: Mirror logo

Jamie O'Hara says Bianca Gascoigne could be 'the one' 

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Bianca Gascoigne caused a lot of controversy in this year's Celebrity Big Brother House when she began a relationship with Jamie O'Hara. The 30-year-old was already in a relationship with cage fighter CJ Meeks before she entered the reality television show, but her on-screen antics put an end to that when she openly engaged in The post Jamie O'Hara says Bianca Gascoigne could be 'the one' as she slams her ex appeared first on EVOKE.ie.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:41:48 Categories: Evoke.ie logo

Sharks without wingers for World Club Challenge 

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Cronulla have lost their grand final wingers, Valentine Holmes and Sosaia Feki, through injury for the rugby league World Club Challenge this month.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:31 Categories: AAP logo

'There's a lot at stake for me than there is for you' 

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After ditching Andrew on their wedding night, Lauren has had to come to face-to-face with her would-be husband on Married At First Sight.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:29 Categories: NowToLove logo

'I still haven't grieved properly over wife's death' 

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Former England captain Rio Ferdinand says he still hasn't grieved properly following the death of his wife from breast cancer in 2015. ... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:28 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Giorgio Locatelli: Teach pupils about the joy of food as well as nutrition 

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Chef Giorgio Locatelli says young people should be taught about "the pleasures of eating" and not just the nutritional benefits of food. The Italian, whose restaurant Locanda Locatelli, in Marylebone, was awarded a Michelin star in 2003, said he believed schools that "can provide children with food education should do so". But he added: "We have to be careful about just teaching them the nutritional value of food. Sure it is important to know what protein is and to separate food groups but food is so much more than nutrition. It is a pleasure. It is about discovery. We have to be very careful not to demonise food or food groups. That's not really very healthy. "Food is about conviviality. It is about family. It's not just fuel." Read more Sea bass recipe: Giorgio Locatelli's sea bass with tomato crust and The chef was speaking as part of his involvement in the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts's long-running Adopt A School programme, in which leading chefs visit schools to educate pupils in food and front-of-house. Albert Roux, Raymond Blanc, Ben Tish and Phil Howard are also involved. Locatelli, 53, visited pupils at Camden's Rhyl Primary yesterday, teaching them how to make bread and pizza. "Life skill": Giorgio Locatelli teaching children to make bread at Rhyl Primary, Camden He said: "I was so scared that I would lose control of the children. But I wanted to have fun with them. It is so important to make food engaging and fun at this young age and teach them the life skill of cooking. It can shape them for life." Follow us on Twitter: @eslifeandstyle... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:26 Categories: Evening Standard logo

'I still haven't grieved properly over wife's death' 

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Former England captain Rio Ferdinand says he still hasn't grieved properly following the death of his wife from breast cancer in 2015. ... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:19 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Clapham stabbing: Two men seriously injured after being stabbed repeatedly during mass street brawl 

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Two men have suffered serious injuries after being knifed when a mass brawl broke out in a south London street, police say. One man, 22, was stabbed multiple times in the face, legs and chest when violence flared in Albion Avenue, Clapham, shortly before 7pm. A 20-year-old was knifed in the back and leg during the fighting. He was discovered by paramedics and police after staggering into Wandsworth Road. Both men were rushed to hospital where their condition is described as serious but stable. Detectives believe the pair had been involved in a fight with a group of men in Albion Avenue before they were stabbed. A 19-year-old youth was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of GBH. He is currently being quizzed by detectives at a south London police station. Detectives from Lambeth CID cordoned off the scene on Monday night. Anyone with information should call Lambeth CID on 07785 774 447, via 101, or using the Twitter account @MetCC. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:10 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Scientists build drones to monitor London pollution levels 

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Drones that can "perch" on the top of buildings to monitor pollution levels are being built by London scientists. The unmanned aerial vehicles are equipped with tiny air quality sensors and can stabilise themselves in the wind and rain. They are among the inventions of the Aerial Robotics Laboratory at Imperial College London, which last week hosted the first meeting of the university's Drone Society. It will hold seminars, courses, and competitions for students and the public, including access to its "flight arena" in South Kensington. Another design is a thruster-powered UAV modelled on a gannet sea bird which is capable of flying and diving into water. Pollution data could be collected above the Square Mile before it checks water quality in the Thames. Lab director Mirko Kovac said: "We need more experimental spaces where novel designs can be tested easily."... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:07 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Southern Rail staff told to accept deal to end months of strike misery 

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Southern Rail train drivers today attended a mass meeting as Aslef union leaders sought to sell them a deal to end the bitter dispute on one of London's busiest commuter networks. Some drivers oppose the deal and the result of a ballot among more than 900 members, which is due to be declared next week, is uncertain. Those attending the meeting in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, were told that the deal brought "significant gains" in the dispute over the implementation of driver-only operation, in which train drivers would take over responsibility for opening and closing the carriage doors from the guard. The dispute has caused 10 months of major disruption for hundreds of thousands of passengers. Simon Weller, Aslef's assistant general secretary and member of the general council of the TUC, which brokered the controversial agreement, said: "We have achieved significant gains. There will be a [second] safety-critical person on every train." He said that original plans for driver-only trains - without a guard or second person on board - had been dropped by Southern. He added that, following opposition from Aslef, proposals had also been dropped for drivers to operate trains on their own in the event of further strikes by RMT guards. Mr Weller said: "The company wanted to include a clause that if there was a strike the train would be operated driver-only. We said absolutely no and it was not included." However, he confirmed that there was "resistance" and "confusion" over parts of the deal, particularly relating to circumstances where a train would operate with just the driver. "This will be the exception rather than the rule," he said. Union leaders will now tour train depots in the franchise's area to sell the deal to their members. The RMT today agreed to meet with Southern Rail over the continuing dispute with guards, who will now be called on-board supervisors. The union has robustly condemned the deal and threatened more strikes by guards - 28 24-hour walkouts have already taken place - if there is no agreement. The union maintains that there was no "guarantee" of a second member of staff on trains, leaving both passengers and drivers "vulnerable" in the event of incident. Mick Lynch, the RMT's assistant general secretary, said: "We have not ruled out the possibility of more strike action."... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:05 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Fairway diplomacy: Abe putting hope in golf with Trump 

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Shinzo Abe heads to the US this week -- and to a game of golf with Donald Trump -- teeing off a drive to keep Japan's most important relationship out of the rough.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:23:01 Categories: AFP logo

El Salvador's 'iron fist' policy turns deadly 

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State security forces have turned the war on gangs into an extrajudicial siege in Distrito Italia, where young men are being killed indiscriminately with impunity... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:52 Categories: The Guardian logo

A file on ISIS foreign fighters shows some are refusing to fight 

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Some militants from France, Belgium and Kosovo have doctor's notes explaining why they need out.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:41 Categories: The Washington Post logo

After Trump's ban, Lebanon renews calls to send back Syrian refugees 

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In the wake of Donald Trump's executive order banning entry of Syrian refugees to the US, there are signs that the walls are closing in on the war-stricken nationals elsewhere too.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:29 Categories: PRI logo

William and Kate's honeymoon destination is A-list favourite 

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We take a look at The Seychelles where Prince William and Kate Middleton went on honeymoon and why it remains a firm A-list favourite.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:27 Categories: Hello! logo

Travellers can pay for train journey by finger print or iris scan 

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The rail industry has come up with a plan that may as well be out of a science-fiction movie to cope with growing demand and overcrowding: charging rail passengers for journeys by fingerprint or iris scan. ... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:20 Categories: The Independent logo

What parents need to know about the UK's new baby car seat law 

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7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:17 Categories: The Independent logo

Death In Paradise star reveals when he decided to quit 

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'Death in Paradise' star Kris Marshall has revealed that he made his decision to quick his tropical police station "three or four years ago".... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:04 Categories: Huffington Post UK logo

Proof Trump is wrong when he says media ignored 78 terror attacks 

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The White House produced a list of 78 terror attacks since 2014 which "did not receive adequate attention from Western media sources"... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:22:02 Categories: Mirror logo

Sarkozy to face trial over 2012 campaign financing: legal source 

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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is to face trial over the allegedly fraudulent financing of his doomed 2012 bid for re-election, a legal source told AFP on Tuesday.... read more
 
7. helmikuuta 2017 13:21:59 Categories: AFP logo
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