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  1. King Richard III died painfully on battlefieldRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | SFGate

    This is an undated file photo released by the University of Leicester, England, of remains found underneath a car park in September 2012 in Leicester, which have been declared "beyond reasonable doubt" to be the long lost remains of England's King Richard III, missing for 500 years. Since the skeleton of the 15th-century king was discovered, scientists have done numerous studies.

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  2. King Richard III died painfully on battlefieldRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | SFGate

    This is an undated file photo released by the University of Leicester, England, of remains found underneath a car park in September 2012 in Leicester, which have been declared "beyond reasonable doubt" to be the long lost remains of England's King Richard III, missing for 500 years. Since the skeleton of the 15th-century king was discovered, scientists have done numerous studies.

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  3. King Richard III died painfully on...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    This is an undated file photo released by the University of Leicester, England, of remains found underneath a car park in September 2012 in Leicester, which have been declared "beyond reasonable doubt" to be the long lost remains of England's King Richard III, missing for 500 years. Since the skeleton of the 15th-century king was discovered, scientists have done numerous studies.

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  4. King Richard III's bones reveal fatal blows, study saysRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | CNN

    British scientists announced on February 4 that they were convinced "beyond reasonable doubt" that a skeleton found during an archaeological dig in Leicester, England, in August 2012 is that of King Richard III, who was killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. Mitochondrial DNA extracted from the bones was matched to Michael Ibsen, a Canadian cabinetmaker and direct descendant of Richard III's sister, Anne of York.

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  5. Free Hearing Tests In Loughborough At Visual Answers OptometristsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | PR Log

    Visual Answers Optometrists now offer professional hearing tests and full audiology services in store. They also offer hearing tests at home to those who cannot visit their practice in Quorn and Barrow upon Soar near Loughborough.

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  6. The Lancet: Scientists use modern forensic techniques to identify...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    New research led by the University of Leicester in the UK gives a blow-by-blow account of the injuries inflicted on King Richard III's body at the Battle of Bosworth Field on Aug 22, 1485. Modern forensic analysis of the King's skeletal remains reveals that three of his injuries had the potential to cause death quickly-two to the skull and one to the pelvis .

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  7. Next Stop: Nottingham England for Node.jsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2014 | ADO Guy's Rants and Raves

    The last stop of the week was in Nottingham. I had a chat with the Sheriff about some stolen hoodies.

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  8. Tom Croft eyes England comeback after almost 2 years on the sidelines with major injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    Leicester forward had only played a few games following 9 months out with a broken neck when he ruptured a cruciate knee ligament in last season's opener Tom Croft, the forgotten man of English rugby, is on a mission to remind club and country exactly what they have been missing. Leicester's double British & Irish Lions tourist returns to action at Bath on Saturday for the first time since rupturing his cruciate knee ligament in the first match of last season.

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  9. EDF Renewable Services and Romax Technology Partner to Deliver Technical and Engineering ServicesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    EDF Renewable Services and Romax Technology have signed a partnership agreement whereby EDF RS will provide labor specialists for Romax's technical and engineering services. "Partnering with Romax allows each of us to use our core competencies to create hybrid offerings.

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  10. 500-plus homes in Swadlincote hit by power cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burton Mail

    MORE than 500 homes in Swadlincote have been without power today after overhead power cables in a construction site were damaged. Western Power Distribution has now confirmed that 60 homes are still without power while workers repair the line, at the site, in Darklands Lane, Swadlincote.

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    Yesterday | This Is Leicestershire

    A police appeal for help tracing an on-the-run prisoner who killed a senior army officer in a road crash will feature on BBC's Crimewatch tonight. Martin Casey, of Leicester, absconded from an open prison in April this year and has been at large ever since.

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  12. Swadlincote Energy firm hands boost to Lullington Cricket ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burton Mail

    Mainline Energy, based in Hearthcote Road, Swadlincote, handed the energy saving equipment to Lullington Park Cricket Club free of charge in a bid to help the clubhouse, based in Edingale Lane, benefit not only from cheaper electricity but also generate an additional income by exporting power back to the National Grid. In summer months, the club uses sizeable catering and cellar cooler equipment in addition to CCTV, then, as the autumn season draws in, security lighting equipment must also be powered.

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  13. Man United feed off Daley breadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Umukino

    Man United's English striker Wayne Rooney runs with the ball during the English Premier League football against Swansea City on August 16, 2014 As Manchester United fans delighted in an exuberant attacking display against Queens Park Rangers inspired by Angel Di Maria they would have been equally happy to watch an outstanding debut performance by Daley Blind. The versatile Dutchman played a disciplined midfield holding role, protecting his defenders and seamlessly controlling possession with clever movement and a stream of accurate short passes.

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  14. Changes in store in Earl Shilton from Post OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hinckley Times

    Hinckley Library will face a reduction in hours if approved by councillors - but smaller libraries have had a stay of execution while alternatives are explored Whether it's football, bowls, cage fighting, fencing, tennis, fishing, golf, wrestling, darts, snooker, cricket, boxing, or anything else, we want to hear what the residents of Hinckley Bosworth have been playing at As part of his Stand Up and Rock tour, the Midlands funnyman will be at the Stockwell Head venue on September 19 and 20 with his Stand Up and Rock tour Following public consultation, and in light of concerns about accessibility, the new operator has pledged to create an alternative step-free entrance as well as install a new door with an internal ramp and a handrail Disabled access will be improved at the central Spar store in Earl Shilton as a first move for the transfer of postal services.

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  15. Police front desk to close for 16 weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Harborough Today

    The police station in Market Harborough is being closed to members of the public for up to four months while modernisation work is finished. The front desk service at the station in Leicester Road is being suspended for approximately 16 weeks, while the A 129,000 scheme is completed.

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    Yesterday | Burton Mail

    A PET store in Swadlincote is organising a relief campaign to help feed animals left homeless following the devastating blaze in Manchester which killed up to 60 dogs. Phoenix Pet Foods, in Rink Drive, has started a week-long fund-raising effort in a bid to raise as much money as possible for Manchester Dogs' Home, which was destroyed in a suspected arson attack.

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  17. Slideshow Gallery: The Big Brownie BirthdayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Harborough Today

    Harborough district girls celebrated the Big Brownie Birthday in style earlier this summer with huge simultaneous stop-overs at different venues in the region. Girls from the Market Harborough Brownies' units took part in sleepovers at the county girlguiding campsite centre at Topstones near Tilton-on-the-Hill in the Harborough district, at Conkers in Derbyshire, Snibston Discover Park in Coalville and the National Space Centre in Leicester as part of a special adventure to mark the centenary of the Brownies movement.

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  18. Four films offer message of hopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Leicestershire

    The films show two men and two women talking about how they found hope after overcoming attempts to take their own lives. The films, Finding Hope were commissioned by the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Suicide Audit and Prevention Group to mark National Suicide Prevention Day earlier this month.

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  19. Intervention campaign to buck deprived trend in Newhall and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burton Mail

    COUNCIL chiefs are taking action to reverse trends of poor mental wellbeing in an area of South Derbyshire dubbed one of the most deprived in England. South Derbyshire District Council has revealed its plans to tackle social deprivation in the Newhall and Stanton ward, which includes launching a clean-up project in the area to boost residents' confidence.

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  20. School gets its best ever grades from inspectorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hinckley Times

    Hinckley Library will face a reduction in hours if approved by councillors - but smaller libraries have had a stay of execution while alternatives are explored Whether it's football, bowls, cage fighting, fencing, tennis, fishing, golf, wrestling, darts, snooker, cricket, boxing, or anything else, we want to hear what the residents of Hinckley Bosworth have been playing at As part of his Stand Up and Rock tour, the Midlands funnyman will be at the Stockwell Head venue on September 19 and 20 with his Stand Up and Rock tour For the first time in its history, school inspectors have rated Holliers Walk as "Good", the second-highest grading that can be awarded Holliers Walk Primary School pupils and headteacher Cath Allison celebrate their school being graded Good by Ofsted inspectors.

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