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A 16-year-old boy is critically ill in hospital after taking what may have been a Mortal Kombat ecstasy pill.
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Bees fans will have to wait even longer to find out the fate of their football club's future as a decision on their proposed stadium has been delayed for a second time.
Gold Brothers, the family firm behind a tourist shop empire on and around Edinburgh's Royal Mile, is to focus more on "Made in Scotland" stock after the resolution of a dispute with a tenant and competitor heralded a symbolic shift for the firm.
Despite rules to ensure passengers can claim money back for inconvenience caused by delays, only three out of four are even aware of their rights - and just one in ten makes a claim.
Jersey from A 138pp : Three nights B&B at the three-star Revere Hotel in Jersey.
The short passage leading to Doug Wheeler's, "LC 71 NY DZ 13 DW" , reinforced fiberglass, flat white titanium dioxide latex, LED light, and DMX control The dream of a completely immersive visual experience haunts modern art.
A European human rights body sparked fury last night after it accused Britain of breaching international law - by not spending enough money on local councils.
THE so-called Clydesiders will wear red polo shirts and grey trousers when they take up their role at this summer's sports extravaganza.
They are trained to uphold the strictest protocol, which includes standing motionless and expressionless at attention outside Buckingham Palace in London.
In this Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, file photo, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks speaks to the media and members of the public from a balcony at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
London is a big city with a rich history, containing a population of more than 13 million people.
The bubbly will be flowing and the harbour crammed with yachts at the world's biggest property fair next week in Cannes.
THE family of a toddler injured at a Glasgow tourist attraction which has become a drinking den today called for action.
A Chinese eatery dubbed "London's rudest restaurant" has promised to reopen with better-mannered service.
The new town centre route has been embraced as giving 'the best possible access to the centre' by Atherton councillor Mark Aldred, who serves as vice chairman of the Transport for Greater Manchester committee.
Will there be any meaningful sanctions against Russia for invading Crimea? The answer is no, and a comparison to Iran will show why.