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FOUR people have appeared in court in connection with a sexual exploitation inquiry in which a home in Chard was raided.
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Paul Flowers, a Methodist minister, resigned from the bank last year amid claims of drug use and inappropriate expenses payments.
THE Ilminster branch of Branston donated A 750 for prizes at this year's visual arts competition at the town's arts centre.
THE family of a man bludgeoned to death with a claw hammer said their faith in justice has been restored after his killer was sentenced to life in prison.
Buy this photo Didcot Girls' School pupils, left to right, Daisy Westhead, Alex Walker and Holly Smith.
Police were called to a property in Churchfield Road, Coggeshall at about 10.15am this morning following concerns for a man found in a car parked in a garage.
Mr Farage has dismissed claims made in The Times newspaper that he is facing an investigation over allowances received for his constituency office as "outrageous, ridiculous and absurd".
Around 1.6 million Britons are heading abroad over Easter, with those staying at home facing packed roads, disrupted rail journeys and the threat of unsettled weather.
Councils have turned to CCTV cameras to raise hundreds of millions of pounds through parking and traffic fines, civil liberties campaigners have revealed.
Pictures and records of members of so-called Pals Battalions formed during the First World War have been released online to help their descendants piece together their war service.
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LONDON - Street artist Banksy may have struck again, leaving an espionage-themed graffiti artwork in the hometown of Britain's electronic spy agency.
A SEWER worker from Darwen is set to star in a new 'warts and all' TV documentary about staff at water company United Utilities.
EAST Lancashire priests have said that there will be no 'hiding place' for the 'wicked and wrong' abusers of children in the Catholic Church.
Alexandru-Stefan Todirisca, 32, of no fixed address, admitted shoplifting footwear worth A 199.94 from TK Maxx in Templars Square Shopping Park, Towns Road, Cowley, Oxford, on March 3. Given an eight-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months.