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VETERAN football manager and local hero Harry Redknapp has officially opened a new MRI and CT Centre at The Harbour Hospital in Poole.
More than 100 campaigners marched through Enfield Town today in protest against the closure of Chase Farm Hospital's accident and emergency service.
Britain is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far tomorrow - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
A man who exposed himself and carried out an indecent act in front of a woman on the main Brighton to London Victoria line, has been placed on the Sex Offenders Register for seven years.
THE circus is coming to town this month with a visit from Circus Ginnett to Studley Recreation Ground from Friday, March 14 to Sunday, March 16. The circus has been running since the early 1800s when members of the Ginnett family came over to the UK as prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars and stayed in England to launch a pony and budgerigar show ... (more)
The bubbly will be flowing and the harbour crammed with yachts at the world's biggest property fair next week in Cannes.
Walthamstow's Wonderful Women Walk will celebrate the talent and diversity of local women and organisers say it will encapsulate the spirit of British suffragettes as modern feminists continue to work towards equality.
Five dog finalists in Green Park, London at a photocall for the Crufts 2014. As this year's finalists line-up to do their owners proud, they'll be hoping to emulate some of their doggy ancestors at the show.
A Mitcham landlord who rented out death-trap bedsits was ordered to pay A 25,000 in fines and costs for breaking fire safety laws.
A contractor was fatally injured in an incident that is believed to have happened in a shaft close to Tottenham Court Road in central London.
A puppet of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is used by protesters outside Westminster in a demonstration against legal aid cuts Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster in protest at legal aid cuts as thousands of barristers stage a second walkout at courts in England and Wales.
New figures released exclusively to LBC show rents in London will soar by 20% in the next two years - five times faster than the rest of the country and twice the rate of average earnings.
Parts of Britain could bask in temperatures of up to 18C at the weekend as spring tightens its grip on the country, forecasters say.
MARCH 06: Crocuses bloom at The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew on March 6, 2014 in London, England.
Ho Bee Land continued its diversification into the United Kingdom by purchasing an office building that once served as London's General Post Office.
Property group Ho Bee Land's subsidiary, HB Le Grand Pte Ltd has entered into a sale and purchase agreement with Nomura Properties Plc to buy a prime Grade A office investment for 171 million pounds.