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Budding north-east filmmakers spring into action in competition

1 hour ago   |   Evening Express

A competition has launched for Aberdeen's up and coming filmmakers.
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‘Machete maniac' student seen walking in the Poconos after ‘slaughtering 2 people and abducting woman in stolen car'

1 hour ago   |   The Sun

A COLLEGE student suspected of killing of two people was last seen in Pennsylvania. Police said Monday that Peter Manfredonia, a University of Connecticut student, can be seen...
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Beyond: Two Souls now has a Steam page and a free demo

Beyond: Two Souls now has a Steam page and a free demo

2 hours ago   |   PCGamesN

It's been nearly a year since Quantic Dream's formerly PlayStation-exclusive cinematic adventure games appeared on the Epic Games Store , and you know what that means: it's...
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Tilda Swinton says now is ‘right time' for Snowpiercer TV reboot after starring in original 2013 film

Tilda Swinton says now is ‘right time' for Snowpiercer TV reboot after starring in original 2013 film

3 hours ago   |   Metro

Tilda Swinton argues now is the ‘right time' for a Snowpiercer reboot Tilda Swinton has said that now is ‘the right time' for a Snowpiercer TV series. The Oscar-winning...
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Mum gives birth in Lidl car park as shocked shoppers watch through window

Mum gives birth in Lidl car park as shocked shoppers watch through window

4 hours ago   |   The Mirror   |   2 articles

Natasha Thomson, 33, from Horden, woke up with severe contractions five days before her child was due and immediately knew that she was going to give birth, prompting a trip to...
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Mother, 33, gives birth in Lidl car park after suddenly going into labour on the way to hospital

Mother, 33, gives birth in Lidl car park after suddenly going into labour on the way to hospital

4 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Natasha Thomson gave birth to baby Holly on Thursday after pulling over at a Lidl in Peterlee, County Durham, while on their way to the University Hospital of North Tees.
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Documentary to showcase fascinating tale of the Beaker People

4 hours ago   |   Press and Journal

A new television show will tell the story of the Beaker People who lived in the north and north-east around 4,000 years ago. An array of items from Aberdeen University's...
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Aberdeen University collection to be showcased on TV

5 hours ago   |   Evening Express

Items from Aberdeen University's museums collection are to be featured on a new TV show.
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Extremely rare 'ring of fire' galaxy discovered in the early universe - CNET

5 hours ago   |   CNET

Galaxies are burnin' things and sometimes they make a fiery ring.
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Bruntwood SciTech announces new head of innovation

5 hours ago   |   UKTN

Bruntwood SciTech (the 50:50 joint venture between Bruntwood and Legal & General) has today announced that Deb Hetherington has joined the team in Leeds as Head of Innovation...
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Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE - Republic report no deaths for first time in...

Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE - Republic report no deaths for first time in two months as Taoiseach declares ‘day of hope'

THE Republic of Ireland today achieved a “significant milestone” after no new Covid-19 cases were reported. The last day zero coronavirus-related deaths were reported was on... Read more ...

Boris Johnson Regrets 'Confusion And Anger' Caused By Dominic Cummings Row

Boris Johnson Regrets 'Confusion And Anger' Caused By Dominic Cummings Row

Coronavirus has changed everything. Make sense of it all with the Waugh Zone, our evening politics briefing. Sign up now. Boris Johnson has said he regrets the “confusion and... Read more ...

Cummings admits driving 30 miles after suspected Covid - to 'check his eyesight'

Cummings admits driving 30 miles after suspected Covid - to 'check his eyesight'

The unprecedented statement in Downing Street's Rose Garden came as the top aide offered no apology for his 260-mile drive to Durham - and revealed he went back into No10 hours... Read more ...

Boris Johnson confirms reopening of shops from June 1 as lockdown eased

Boris Johnson confirms reopening of shops from June 1 as lockdown eased

The Prime Minister has said outdoor markets and car showrooms can reopen next week - with other shops to follow two weeks later as lockdown restrictions are eased Read more ...

Jimmy Cobb dead: Jazz icon and Miles Davis drummer dies aged 91

Jimmy Cobb dead: Jazz icon and Miles Davis drummer dies aged 91

American Jazz musician Jimmy Cobb has died aged 91 Famed jazz drummer Jimmy Cobb has died aged 91 after a battle with lung cancer. The musician, who was famously part of the... Read more ...

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson's chief adviser defends decision to drive 260...

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson's chief adviser defends decision to drive 260 miles during lockdown

Boris Johnson's chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, has defended his decision to drive 260 miles from London to County Durham during the coronavirus lockdown while he and his... Read more ...

Coronavirus: Details on test, trace, isolate still to be released, admits...

Coronavirus: Details on test, trace, isolate still to be released, admits First Minister

Key details of the Scottish Government's test, trace and isolate plans “vital” to the next phase of lockdown restrictions being rolled out will not be revealed until days... Read more ...

The Wanted star Tom Parker is expecting second child with wife Kelsey...

The Wanted star Tom Parker is expecting second child with wife Kelsey: ‘Absolutely over the moon'

Tom Parker and wife Kelsey Hardwick are expecting their second child together The Wanted star Tom Parker has revealed he and wife Kelsey Hardwick are expecting their second... Read more ...

PM declares bad eyesight may be coronavirus symptom in bid to defend Cummings

PM declares bad eyesight may be coronavirus symptom in bid to defend Cummings

The Prime Minister spontaneously declared a new symptom at the Downing Street press conference, in order to support his top aide's decision to go for a 30-mile drive to a... Read more ...

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon unable to rule out link between delayed...

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon unable to rule out link between delayed discharge patients and care home deaths

Nicola Sturgeon has said she acted with “thought and care” around the discharge of hundreds of untested hospital patients into care homes but admitted she cannot rule out links... Read more ...