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  • Romeo Beckham Bursts Into Tears After Completing The Junior London Marathon

    Romeo Beckham has had his entire family gushing about how proud they are of him after completing the junior London Marathon in just under twenty minutes earlier today, but it looks as though the pressure of the run may have become too much for the twelve year old, who was papped bursting into tears after the race. This is just the cutest thing ever, cheer up Romeo - you did amazingly! The Burberry model was quickly surrounded by Victoria and David Beckham, as well as big brother Brooklyn and little brother Cruz, who all tried to comfort the tearful runner as he found himself getting a little bit overwhelmed.

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  • Britain’s Got Talent preview: sexy Lisa Sampson runs rings round the judges

    Britain’s Got Talent is back with the third auditions show from the 2015 series on Saturday night (April 25 at 8pm on STV) and today we’ve got more juicy previews for you to feast your eyes on ahead of the programme. Enter Lisa Sampson, a 35-year-old self-taught hula hoop instructor and mum from West Sussex, who takes to the stage in the hope of impressing the judges. Spinning hoops around her arms, legs and feet – all at the same time – will Lisa’s routine inspire the panel? Get all the latest Britain’s Got Talent news, gossip, photos and videos from stv.tv/talent.

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  • Formula 1 - New Ferrari built to suit Kimi Raikkonen

    Raikkonen, who was Ferrari's last world champion back in 2007, struggled with the handling of the Ferrari, which did not suit his style of being heavy on the front tyres and gentle on the rear. "Because I said Kimi likes to feel the car this way and Sebastian [Vettel] is more or less the same. Bahrain was the first time Raikkonen had beaten Vettel in their spell as team-mates, although the German had been ahead until running off track and breaking his front wing.

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  • 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Star Sawyer Sweenten Commits Suicide

    The 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star Sawyer Sweeten has taken his own life at the age of 19.

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  • Strong earthquake and aftershocks shake Nepal (77 photos)

    Sleeping in the streets and shell-shocked, Nepalese cremated the dead and dug through rubble for the missing Sunday, a day after a massive Himalayan earthquake killed more than 2,200 people. Aftershocks tormented them, making buildings sway and sending

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  • Billion-euro terminal in Spain could be yours for ONE POUND

    A pound will buy you one and a half tins of beans, two packets of crisps – or an airport in Spain. Ciudad Real airport was built in 2009 at a cost of more €1billion – Spain’s economy having taken off – but was closed three years later when its parent company fell into financial difficulties.

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  • Kieron Richardson Marries Carl Hyland With His Hollyoaks Castmates Dressing Up In Bridal Gowns

    The gorgeous actor was surrounded by a whole load of his fancy soap star pals as he and Carl said 'I do' during a lavish ceremony on Saturday, with the whopping TWELVE bridesmaids donning long, white gowns that made them look like they were the ones about to embark on a lifetime of happiness. Among the bridesmaids were Kieran's co-stars Jennifer Metcalfe and Gemma Merna, who posed for pictures alongside the other ten in front of the Buxton Dome in Devon, with all of the happy couple's friends and family clearly struggling to hold back their MASSIVE grins.

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  • UK's FTSE stumbles near record highs as housebuilders weaken

    Britain's top equity index slipped lower on Monday, with traders citing plans by the UK's opposition Labour Party for rent controls as causing a pullback in house building and property stocks. House builders such as Taylor Wimpey (LSE: TW.L - news) and Barratt Development were among the worst performers on the blue-chip FTSE 100 index, which was down 0.4 percent at 7,044.47 points.

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  • Beware the boars

    Indeed, since the first wild boar arrived in the Forest – apparently let loose by a farmer a decade ago – the population has grown from a few pairs to at least 1,000 and is still soaring. The Forestry Commission, which administers the 42-square mile area west of Gloucester last year culled around 350, but with an average litter size of six piglets, plentiful food and no predators, the boar are winning the demographic battle hands down. Domestic gardens, parks and sports grounds are being regularly wrecked by boar rooting for food, and several car crashes, including one in which a 47-year-old man was killed, have been blamed on the creatures. Each week brings new scare stories of boar encounters, and as the mood darkens in the forest, many fear it is only a matter of time before a human is seriously injured.

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  • Officer reunited with newborn he found in dumpster in 1989

    An officer who found an abandoned newborn in a garbage dumpster was reunited with the now 25-year-old man he helped save. Santa Ana police officer Michael Buelna and Robin Barton met recently in an emotional reunion, KABC-TV reported Sunday (http://bit.ly/1PJ1yHs).

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  • Teenage Aldi worker becomes internet sensation after helping elderly pensioner carry shopping home

    An 18-year-old Aldi shelf-stacker has become an internet sensation after a photo of him helping a pensioner home was shared thousands of times on Facebook. The image of Christian Trouesdale helping the shopper as he walked him home from the Aldi store in Horwich, Greater Manchester, was posted on Friday night and has been shared over 60,000 times since. "He wasn't very agile, nor fast but Christian walked with him ever so patiently and slowly, chatted along with him and carried his bag for him," wrote Samantha-Jayne Brady, who originally posted the image.

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  • Sad news: McDonald's is not immortal and will be closing a lot of restaurants

    A total of 220 outlets in China and 130 in Japan have been earmarked for the chop. McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook said in a statement: ‘As the world’s leading restaurant company, we are evolving to be more responsive to today’s customer. ‘McDonald’s management team is keenly focused on acting more quickly to better address today’s consumer needs, expectations and the competitive marketplace. MORE: McDonald’s all day breakfast is coming.

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  • Echo comment: Is nation’s NHS being milked by fat cats?

    WHILE most voters welcome the principle of extra cash for the health service, hard questions need to be asked as to where that money goes. Now a local insight into the enormous sums paid to some NHS staff is provided by the case of hospital manager Sandy Spencer. She earned £145,000 for just five months’ work at Southend Hospital, the equivalent of almost £350,000 a year. Mrs Spencer is one of a number of managers who specialise in short-term, interim appointments, rather than permanent positions.

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  • Scientists convinced of tie between earthquakes and drilling

    With the evidence coming in from one study after another, scientists are now more certain than ever that oil and gas drilling is causing hundreds upon hundreds of earthquakes across the U.S. Up to now, the oil and gas industry has generally argued that any such link requires further study. The potential for man-made quakes "is an important and legitimate concern that must be taken very seriously by regulators and industry," said Jason Bordoff, founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.

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  • Bruce Jenner comes out as transgender, says 'I am a woman'

    In the 1970s, Bruce Jenner was a symbol of American masculinity as an Olympic champion. Nearly 40 years later, in an extraordinary television interview, Jenner told the world that he identifies as a woman and has felt gender confusion since he was a little boy growing up in the New York suburbs. Jenner let his hair down — literally loosening a ponytail and letting his hair flow past his shoulders — in a symbolic moment at the start of his two-hour interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer that was televised Friday.

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  • Mexican girl mistakenly sent to US woman is back home

    Alondra Luna Nunez was a young girl when she had a mishap with a remote-control car, leaving a scar between her eyebrows. After a weeklong saga in which Alondra was videotaped as she was dragged screaming from a Mexican courtroom, the 14-year-old is back at home with the family that a DNA test proved is hers. How Alondra came to be identified as the long-missing daughter of Houston resident Dorotea Garcia and then sent to live with her in the United States is unclear.

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  • Student hacked into university computers to give himself better degree

    A student who tried to cheat his way to a better degree by hacking into the university computers and changing his marks has been jailed. Imran Uddin, 25, who was studying science, bought keyboard spying equipment on the internet which he then connected to a number of university computers.

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  • Commodities: Oil and gold up, cotton market strengthens

    LONDON (ShareCast) - Crude oil benchmarks were up marginally as speculation over US supply-demand scenarios and an uptick in economic activity across key importing nations lent support to trading in Asia. At 07:40 BST on Monday, the WTI front month contract

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  • Kim Kardashian Posts A Bikini Selfie From Her Upcoming Book To Celebrate Earth Day

    The annual event, which raises awareness of environmental protection, was celebrated yesterday (Wednesday), and Kimmy happened to have a particular selfie from her upcoming book 'Selfish' picked out and ready to show her followers.

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  • Suchet's wife loses dementia battle

    The wife of f ormer television newsreader John Suchet has died following a decade-long battle with dementia. Adored wife of John, devoted mother of Alec and Hereward, mother-in-law of Peta-Jane, grandmother of Finn and Alexa." Her husband, a former ITN stalwart, thanked people on Twitter who offered their condolences. Suchet, 71, has previously said his wife was "taken" by Alzheimer's disease.

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