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The eaterie – called Oscars’s – was billed as one of the best places to eat in Britain with “mind blowing” Michelin-stared food.
Sandra Woodruff, then 16, grabbed the card inlay from a packet of briefs and had it signed by the group.
Amanda Ross went eight months without any signs she was expecting.
Rob Haines, 44,will appear in court next month accused of four counts of sexual grooming, five counts of sexual activity and four counts of taking indecent images of a child.
Daisy Dunnett has celebrated her 100th birthday with husband David, aged 67.
Rita May Benton, 84, suffered a perforated colon, an infection and eventually a fatal heart attack on February 22 this year.
Sir Francis Drake’s local pub targeted by jobsworths ordering historic 16th century interior to be RE-PAINTED
The Minerva Inn is full of historic timber beams – stripped from galleons of the vanquished 1588 Spanish Armada.
Nikita Salmon, 21, is the latest member of the Breitling Wingwalkers team which travels the country performing hair-raising aerial acrobatics. She joined the seven-strong squad after spotting an advert in her local paper after graduating from Cardiff University.
Labros Hydras, 49, pulled the freak creature – dubbed a ‘hexapus’ – from the sea as he went snorkeling in Greece.
Andrew Merrett, 26, sprinted across two live railway lines before scaling the front of the locomotive on June 28.
Sean Michael Fitzgerald, 38, walked out of the pub in Wollaston, West Mids., carrying the machine under his arm.
Sharon Jaddoo, 44, spent months packing 80 kilo drums with items to send to her disabled 77-year-old aunt in Kingston.
Scumbag teenager jailed for dealing drugs to friend who died JOKES in Facebook pictures outside court
Aaron Manton, 19, joked ‘see you all in three years’ before he was sent down with low-life friend Rachel Priest.
The dog, Rylo, beat 25 fellow finalists to be crowned the nation’s most photogenic creature. In the competition, run by photography company Venture, the pug posed for the camera in a bid to win the top prize of the UK’s leading Prize Pooch.
Sergeant Danny Nightingale, 38, was found guilty of hiding a firearm he brought back from Iraq and hoarding live ammunition from shooting ranges. He had been given the Glock 9mm pistol by local soldiers during active service in the war-torn country in 2007.