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Trader Bo Hardy on the Save The Pixies stall will be hoping for a sunny weekend and plenty of customers when 30,000 arrive at WOMAD Everyone has heard of the Jules Verne adventure Around The World in 80 days.
Rachel Tranchemontagne, a parishioner of St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Nashua, pauses in prayer before crossing through the Holy Door at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Quebec City.
There have been calls from all sides of the community for an end to attacks on St Mary's Star of the Sea Church in Whitehouse.
In May last year, I went to an event called Music Tech Fest to talk about the work that I do as 'Professor of Music Industry Innovation' at Birmingham City University and I pretty much never went home.
A mother campaigning for an inquiry into her son's death in 1997 says she has been told she was spied on by undercover Scotland Yard officers.
Louise Caygill's body was found in a flat in Macqueen Street, Old Swan in Liverpool at about 10:45 BST on Sunday.
This year Glasgow has soared into top tourist destination lists with both Rough Guides and The Telegraph naming us in their top ten.
A charity trust to raise about one million pounds for the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, to be installed at Parliament Square here next year, has been established by eminent NRI economist Meghnad Desai.
THE popular Meccano Bridge in Little Lever is a unique attraction that stands out in its countryside surroundings - but visitors are struggling to find it.
A woman who died after she was hit by two taxis in Greater Manchester has been described as "highly ambitious and caring" by her family.
Bookings to Greece and Turkey have also been going well, while for those travelling further afield Dubai, Mexico and Florida are among the most popular destinations.
MORE than 10,000 people are expected to flock to huge Commonwealth Games parties in different parts of Glasgow as part of the vast cultural festival being held to coincide with the sporting extravaganza.
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday became the first prime minister in 34 years - since Margaret Thatcher in 1980 - to visit the remote Shetland islands.
Firefighters have been called to deal with a blaze in Glasgow Science Tower, just days after the troubled facility reopened.
The new Master of the Queen's Music has joked that to have "an 88-year-old woman boss" is a career first.
Four new routes a tram link between Sutton and Wimbledon could take have been revealed - and you can have your say on them.
From Thursday 4 to Saturday 27 September 2014, Ipswich's New Wolsey Theatre presents the World Premiere of their brand new musical MIDSUMMER SONGS by Peter Rowe and Ben Goddard .
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 05:44 am
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