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The author said "It's been wonderful" as fans mark two decades since the children's books opened up a world of magic to millions (read more)


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Sun City inmates welcomed visitors last week OFFICIALS WORKING for a South African correctional facility arranged for a troupe of strippers to come and see inmates at Sun City prison last Wednesday, during their annual Youth Month programme of events. read more. (read more)

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A fundraiser due to take place at a bar in Shoreditch has caused controversy, as the club manager complained about bashment music attracting "poor quality demographic" A FUNDRAISER for Grenfell Tower victims has been postponed after the venue objected to bashment music being (read more)

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Tiemoue Bakayoko made his debut for France earlier this year, and Chelsea are reportedly keen to sign the player ACCORDING TO reports, Chelsea FC are close to signing midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from French champions Monaco. Blues manager Antonio Conte has identified France internati (read more)

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New report suggests a fall in levels of sexual satisfaction LEVELS OF sexual satisfaction in the UK appear to be decreasing with only a third (34%) of UK adults now satisfied with their sex lives, compared to just under half (45%) in 2015 and 2014 (46). This is according to a new repo (read more)

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Usain Bolt says he may continue running after this summer's World Championships, but stresses he still plans to retire this season (read more)

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Concerns for a Paignton drug user who had not been seen for several days led to the discovery of his body in his flat. But an inquest into the death of 49-year-old Andrew John White has been unable to establish when exactly he died. (read more)

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Mandy is entering the Big Brother House with her daughter Charlotte (read more)

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TV bosses are looking for people to work on the Jeremy Kyle show - and there are no lie detector tests involved in the application process.ITV is after runners and researchers for the hit programme and Devon people are being invited to apply. (read more)

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A section of Dawlish Warren beach has re-opened to the public. Over the last few months, work has been taken place on recharging the beach in Dawlish Warren as part of a £14million engineering project which is aimed at reducing the risk of flooding to over 2,900 properties around the River Exe and is predicted to bring economic benefits of £158milllion. (read more)

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