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RESIDENTS in Timperley, Wythenshawe and Heald Green will be able to get straight from their doorstep to the workplace with a new, 24-hour customised bus service from Sunday.
You might be holding a nice box with a picture of some flowers and dancing fairies on it during your weekly shop - but it's not always apparent which puppy-murdering empire of evil actually owns the benevolent-looking brand.
Emirates Airlines Auckland will from October become the first airport outside Emirates' Dubai hub to have three scheduled Airbus A380 aircraft on the ground at one time when the airline introduces the double-decker aircraft on its daily Dubai route via Brisbane.
Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature , an exhibition by the internationally acclaimed artist known for a rich body of work inspired by her lifelong interest in the earth and the cosmos, will be on view at the Parrish Art Museum from July 21 through October 27, 2013.
In a report, the NAO said it had "reservations" about how the planned high-speed rail link would deliver growth and jobs.
Jimmy Savile's Scottish retreat goes up for sale for 100,000... but who on earth would want to live there? Jimmy Savile's Highland home, where he once entertained Prince Charles, is being sold off later this month with a 100,000 price tag.
Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary.
What's in a name? Ask Intu Properties, which dropped its shopworn moniker Capital Shopping Centres in February in favor of a fashion makeover in February.
French cinema is enjoying its biggest box office success in Britain for a decade, with attendance for French language or French-made films in 2012 up by 157% on the previous year.
Three quarters of families who live near the Government's planned high speed rail link and applied for hardship compensation have been rejected, figures showed.
The sixties and seventies were great for music, but that era's obsession with ripping up rail tracks and covering everything with concrete has proved misguided says Steve Howell Dionne Warwick may have made Los Angeles famous as 'a great big freeway' in her 1968 song but these days more and more people are getting around that sprawling conurbation ... (more)
The United manager can now relax at home in an area that's full of working-class families made good run by tough women.