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Father of three Michael Lock, 34, is part of a three-strong team behind Time in Southend Road, which opened this month as a quirky cocktail bar and VIP club downstairs.
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FROM bedroom rehearsals to arena tours, Scouting For Girls have made the journey a lot of Warrington bands would love to make themselves.
Australian Paul Wickerson, 32, was hit by a car near the Brownstock festival site at Stow Maries on August 31 last year.
Lonborough Festival Opera presents this bold "baroque Star Wars" which was Handel's first London triumph, and includes the famous Cara Sposa and Lascia ch'io pianga.
Britain entered World War One on 4 August 1914 following the German invasion of Belgium.
Officers have warned children and their parents against sniffing any small metal cannisters they find in public spaces as these are likely to have been left over by people using laughing gas in the area.
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey.
Four men are due to appear in court in connection with a telephone fraud that has conned elderly Essex residents out of nearly half a million pounds.
Pictures were posted by Martin Robert Peaple on Facebook group Orpington gossip, with the comment: "The underpass at Crittals Corner is flooded no way through unless you like wet feet."
A mother fears she will become "isolated and stuck in the middle of nowhere" if she is forced to move out of Edgware and into Hampstead Garden Suburb.
A husband who stabbed his wife more than 30 times after he claimed she attacked him with a knife has been found guilty of her murder.
Kingston Council hopes to hire two Wandsworth council officers with stab proof vests to deal with traveller encroachments in the borough.
STUDENTS at the Southall campus of Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College were encouraged to think of themselves as inventors by former Southall mechanical engineering student and inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis.
A GROUP of seven have been charged with the supply of heroin and cocaine in Southampton as part of Operation Fortress .
North Finchley library worker Cathy Yilmaz, is joined by fellow public sector workers outside North Finchley Library this morning Library staff, binmen and teaching assistants are among dozens of public sector workers taking part in a day of strike action over pay, pensions and cuts today.
Copers Cope Residents' Association has written a letter to the authority following the announcement of a new Thameslink and Great Northern franchise that looks to be cutting local links.
A 24-year-old man has been jailed for nearly three years after stealing a blind man's phone and forcing him to travel to a cash point to pay to get it back.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:53 am
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