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A DRUNK dad hurled a pan of broccoli at his 'ex-partner' on Father's Day and repeatedly kicked her when she slipped in it and fell, a court heard.
THREE 'career criminals' who were part of a burglary gang which attacked dozens of homes across Yorkshire have been jailed for more than 15 years.
THE chairman of a long-established Royal British Legion club is urging supporters to rally round to ensure that the club continues to run.
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David Cameron on a previous visit to the River Tyne - today he mistakenly referred to the river when interviewed by a BBC Tees presenter During an interview with BBC Tees, the Prime Minister annoyed presenter Lisa McCormick by repeatedly referring to examples of how the economy was flourishing on Tyneside.
A FORMER Chelsea youth player from Oxford, described as the life and soul of the party, has died while on holiday in Turkey.
Further tributes have been paid to popular Devizes Hockey Club player Charlie Sherman after he died in a bike crash.
A man was airlifted to hospital and is critically ill after his van crossed onto the wrong side of an A-road, collided head-on with a Mercedes and overturned.
Andrew Smith , 36, of no fixed address, admitted criminal damage of a car wing mirror at Banbury Railway Station on July 16. Ordered to pay A 200 compensation and A 85 costs.
Former shadow police minister David Ruffley was given a caution for common assault following an incident between him and his ex-partner A Tory MP who has apologised after receiving a police caution for a domestic assault has "lost the confidence" of his constituency, a religious leader has warned.
Oxfordshire County Council is looking at lines for Godstow Road after concerns from Oxford Bus Company about its City6 service.
A POLICE officer who admitted having sex while on duty has been found not guilty of misconduct in a public office.
Buy this photo Business Mum of the Year nominee Penny Gilbert, of Didcot, with daughters, Vesper, two, left, and Lilia, six IT'S often said that mums rule the world, but it's harder than it looks to run a business and cope with kids.
The man, who is believed to be in his 70s, was pulled from the sea - to the south of Claremont Pier - by RNLI beach lifeguards.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:38 am
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