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2 hrs ago | Your Leek Paper
Neil Taggart, on Leeds City Council, in middle Tim McSharry of Leeds Accessibility Committee, and Victor Jackson The National Federation of the Blind of the UK on their way to see the film.
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7 hrs ago | ECNmag
Psychologists from the University of Exeter are leading a major project looking at how robots can enable people to interact in public spaces - without actually being there.
11 hrs ago | Forbes.com
As the holidays creep up and the year comes to an end, the editorial team at Forbes Travel Guide decided to do some reflecting.
15 hrs ago | Sevenoaks People
Rail travellers from our local stations shell out up to 39 per cent more than those in Surrey, such as Reigate and Redhill.
19 hrs ago | This is Local London
The poor visibility led to 40 flights being cancelled at Heathrow airport in west London, while at London City Airport in London's Docklands nearly every early-morning service was either delayed or cancelled.
Despite its historic and geographic significance, Gostiny Dvor is losing out to competition in the retail sector.
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said "the Earth laughs in flowers," and there's a good chance this thought came to him while he was touring England, a country filled with spectacular gardens.
No traveler can truly say they know Europe if they haven't thoroughly explored two of its classic cities London and Florence.
Most of the hubs that have flights to and from the Maldives are London, Paris and Frankfurt in Europe.
A TUBE challenger from Bournemouth has pulled out all the stops to smash the World Record for visiting all 468 New York stations in the fastest time.
CARDIFF and Penarth's Sustrans volunteer group is celebrating after winning the charity's 'Volunteer Group of the Year' award for their work to promote cycling in the Welsh capital.
It is difficult to discuss New Year's Eve plans and not mention the English capital's annual firework display.
The latest Manpower survey sees the East of England leading the way in jobs creation in the early part of next year.
The Governments of Ethiopia, United States of America, United Kingdom and Germany on Monday announced agreeing to enter a land country partnership to work together to improve rural land governance for economic growth and to protect the land rights of local citizens, the U.S. Embassy said.
Prime Minister David Cameron visits Wells Lifeboat Station after the floods. Pictured with lifeboat station crew and Norman Lamb MP, left.
In a relatively light, but steady weekend kept police busy with numerous cases including DUI and evading responsibility arrests.
WestJet Airlines Ltd.'s first foray into Europe positions the Calgary-based low-fare carrier to compete head-on with Air Canada in the trans-Atlantic market by the end of the decade.