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Theft probe GP found dead with girlfriend in Cape Verde

Titus Bradley fled Hastings shortly before a large quantity of NHS money was found to be missing.


    Woman gets £1,990 refund from bank – Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how YOU can

    MARTIN LEWIS, founder of Moneysavingexpert.com, explains how customers could be eligible for a large refund.


      IBM introduces a blockchain to verify the jewelry supply chain

      Every time I talk to someone about the viability of blockchain, I get challenged to show a real project beyond the obvious bitcoin use case. IBM has been working to build large enterprise projects blockchain and today they offered an irrefutable example


        Do You Need An Emergency Fund?

        Emergency funds are an important part of a robust financial plan. But how large should they be and do they make sense for everyone?


          Fears of a Trade War With China Are Receding

          Fears of a trade war are receding now that President Trump has decided to send a large delegation to China


            BBC has made hardship payments to presenters facing large tax bills

            The BBC has made hardship payments to presenters facing large tax bills after they claim they were forced to form companies to be paid, MPs were told on Wednesday.


              Big Business Goes 'Crypto', But Will ICOs Grasp A New Era Of Legitimacy?

              While Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) saw mixed fortunes in 2017 and data shows that almost half met less than favorable outcomes and failed despite jointly raising north of $6 billion, many large and established enterprises are now entering the blockchain


                Young people are loving AMD ahead of earnings (AMD)

                Advanced Micro Devices reports first-quarter earnings after the closing bell Wednesday. People under the age of 30 are doing most actively trading AMD on investing app Robinhood. Robinhood investors at large are more bullish on the stock than th


                  Yes, Solar And Wind Really Do Increase Electricity Prices -- And For Inherently Physical Reasons

                  Renewables require the use of vastly more land, longer and less-utilized transmission lines, and large amounts of storage whether from lithium batteries, new dams, compressed air caverns.


                    Parkrun makes us fitter, but can it make us happier as well?

                    In a new study, participants self-scored as more content than the general population – and social media can have a positive motivating influence, tooThat regular exercise is good for you, reduces your risk of a large number of diseases, improves sleep q


                      Man dies in crash with goods vehicle in Swansea

                      A 71-year-old man has died after a crash with a large goods vehicle on a Swansea roundabout.


                        GM plant tech boosts malaria drug yield

                        Scientists have modified a plant's genes to make it produce high levels of a key malaria drug, potentially helping meet the large global demand.


                          These Large Cryptocurrencies Doubled In Just 2 Weeks

                          Last year was a true coming-out party for the cryptocurrency craze. In a 12-month span, we witnessed the combined market cap of all virtual currencies soar from $17.7 billion to $613 billion, which represents an increase in value of more than 3,300%. For


                            Verne Troyer cause of death: How did the Austin Powers actor die?

                            VERNE Troyer sadly passed away on April 21 aged 49 after being rushed to hospital with large amounts of alcohol in his system - but how did the Austin Powers star die?


                              Chinese Ride-Hailing Giant Didi Chuxing in Talks for IPO

                              Didi Chuxing Technology is holding discussions about a multibillion-dollar initial public offering that could happen as soon as this year, as it looks to amass a large war chest to fend off rivals in China and other countries.

                                Showbiz & TV

                                Pregnant Rachel Weisz, 48, looks radiant as she shows off her baby bump in a red dress

                                RACHEL Weisz looked inc-red-ible as she showed off her baby bump while out in New York. The 48-year-old, who announced her pregnancy last week, wore a flattering red summer dress, which was cinched in just above her tum. Giving a lesson in maternity chic,

                                  Life & Style

                                  Brand New Louisville Luxury Hotel - Just In Time For The Kentucky Derby

                                  Louisville is suddenly a hot city to visit, and this large new luxury hotel is a perfect choice.


                                    Large fire at disused care home in Port Elphinstone

                                    About 60 firefighters are battling the fire at the empty building in Port Elphinstone.


                                      China installs water pistols to soak anyone who tries to cross the road illegally

                                      The high-tech bollards take pictures of the offenders and shame them on large screens in the city.

                                        Showbiz & TV

                                        MoviePass is losing $20 million a month — and starting to look a lot like a famous dot-com bust (HMNY)

                                        One of the lessons of the dot-com bust was that services that seem too good to be true probably are. Since it dropped its price to $10 a month, MoviePass, the subscription movie ticket service, has seemed to be just that — too good to be true. Exec


                                          U.S. Questions Cosco's Takeover of Cargo Terminal in Long Beach

                                          A U.S. national-security review has raised concerns about Chinese state-run conglomerate Cosco Shipping taking control of a large container terminal in Long Beach, Calif., according to people familiar with the matter.


                                            Unwed couples publically caned for public displays of affection

                                            Public canings usually attract large numbers of spectators, but this is expected to be the last one in Indonesia.


                                              Humans are killing off large mammals at an alarming rate, study finds

                                              A new study shows that mankind has killed off large mammals at an exceptionally fast rate, a trend that appears to be speeding up over time.


                                                West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool: match preview

                                                Can West Brom cause another upset? With Jürgen Klopp surely focused on Roma at Anfield on Tuesday and Champions League football next season secured, possibly. However it does feel like rather a large stretch of the imagination for the bumbling Baggies to


                                                  Large spleen helps explain deep-diving skills of Southeast Asian 'sea nomads'

                                                  (Reuters Health) - An age-old nomadic community of Southeast Asian boat-dwellers who get their food from the sea appear to have evolved enlarged spleens that may help explain their extreme diving prowess, a new study suggests.


                                                    Concussion raises Parkinson's disease risk in large U.S. study

                                                    (Reuters Health) - A new study of hundreds of thousands of U.S. armed forces veterans concludes that banging your head severely enough to lose consciousness can dramatically increase the risk of Parkinson's, the brain disease marked by tremors, slow movem


                                                      Florida’s beach owners could soon have the power to close to the public

                                                      IF you’re heading off on holiday to Florida you might want to check out beforehand if the beaches you want to visit are actually open. That’s because the Sunshine State could soon be closing a large number of its sandy stretches. Coastal Living report


                                                        The best cold brew coffee makers you can buy

                                                        The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: A top-quality cold brew coffee maker produces a large quantity


                                                          Last of the wild asses back from the brink

                                                          Wild equines are being reintroduced to the grasslands of Kazakhstan where they once roamed in large numbers.

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