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Property

Pony rides and a class trip to her own house: meet the woman who grew up in a castle

Aliki Currimjee grew up riding ponies, so she never learnt how to ride a bicycle.

Education

The school that shows good food is not just for posh kids | Aditya Chakrabortty

In England’s poorest town, schools are teaching their children to embrace a healthy diet. Our new economics series looks at the lessons from Oldham• Listen to Aditya Chakrabortty talking about game-changing economic models on The Alternatives podcastS

England

Building material fire tests 'fail to properly assess risk'

Research for insurance industry experts was conducted in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower blaze.

United Kingdom

Woman who killed ill mother by leaving her to die in a chair for a year is jailed

A WOMAN killed her own mother through neglect – after astonishingly leaving her sitting in a chair for a year. Doreen Shufflebotham died aged 86 after suffering from ill health. But when her body was examined experts revealed she hadn’t been moved

World

Pictures show high-profile titans of business and politics arrive for Trump's first state dinner as president

Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump held their first state dinner on Tuesday night, honoring the French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, amid the swanky, gold-themed backdrop of the White House State

United Kingdom

Teen caught drink-driving after sticking middle finger up to cops is banned from the road

A TEENAGER who was caught drink-driving after he stuck his middle finger up to police officers has been banned from the road. Daniel Williams was driving home in his Fiat Punto car after a night out at the pub with his friends when he made the gesture. Th

World

What does the death of Saleh al-Sammad mean for Yemen's Houthis?

Houthi leader's death could embolden the movement to carry out further attacks against Saudi Arabia, analysts say.

Business

Wind power giant Ørsted to charge up first major battery project

One of the UK’s largest wind farm developers is preparing to charge up its first major battery storage project to help stabilise Britain’s power grid as more turbines begin to spin.

World

Pioneering prostate treatment gets NHS green light

A pioneering prostate treatment which means tens of thousands of men could be spared major surgery has been given the green light.

World

Hospitals miss dementia even when already diagnosed 

Dementia is being missed by hospital doctors in four in ten cases, research shows.

Entertainment

'Deadliest Catch' Season 14, Episode 3 recap: There's no trust among captains on the Bering Sea

Bad weather and cold waters made the already tough competition on the Bering Sea even more cut throat. As pots continue to come up empty, the captains had to make and break alliances to meet their quota for the season.

Politics

Republican tax law's pass-through deduction open to gaming: experts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican tax law's new deduction for pass-through businesses, intended to help small businesses, was "ill thought through" and will end up benefiting the wealthy, experts told the U.S. Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday at a

World

New law could be made against upskirting in the UK

Justice Secretary David Gauke has signalled the Government could support creating a specific offence to deal with upskirting.

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