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XXXX Domino's pizza sex couple face jail after "outraging public decency"

A couple who had sex in a pizza delivery shop as staff worked on the other side of the counter are due to be sentenced. Daniella Hirst and Craig Smith were caught on CCTV engaging in a sex act and having sex in the Domino's Pizza, on Castle Road, in...

Tuesday, 12:57 in Regional West

Maltese journalist who exposed island's offshore tax havens killed by car bomb

A Maltese investigative journalist who exposed the island nation's links to offshore tax havens through the leaked Panama Papers has been killed as a bomb exploded in her car. Daphne Caruana Galizia, 53, had just driven away from her home in Mosta, a...

Tuesday, 12:46 in Regional West

Jennifer Lawrence speaks on Weinstein as she tells how she was 'degraded and humiliated' by nude line-up in...

Jennifer Lawrence has said she was made to do a "nude line-up" in the earlier days of her career and told to lose weight by a female producer. The Oscar-winning actress added that it was a "degrading and humiliating" moment, and...

Tuesday, 12:46 in Regional West

Boris Johnson sidesteps calls to apologise over Libya 'dead bodies' comments

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has sidestepped calls to apologise for his comments about clearing bodies from a Libyan city. Mr Johnson, who sparked outrage earlier this month for saying the city of Sirte could be like Dubai if the Libyans could...

Tuesday, 12:46 in Regional West
Nuneaton put Scunthorpe to the sword with eight-try thrashing

Nuneaton put Scunthorpe to the sword with eight-try thrashing

Nuneaton banished their Heslam Park hoodoo by putting Scunthorpe to the sword with an 25-53 Midlands Premier victory. Three defeats from their recent visits to North Lincolnshire were a distant memory as Nuns had the bonus point sewn up before the...

Tuesday, 12:44 in Sport

Raqqa 'liberated' from Islamic State militants

The Syrian city of Raqqa has been liberated from Islamic State militants and combing operations are under way to clear the city of land mines and extremist sleeper cells, a commander with US-backed Syrian forces has said. Brigadier General Talal Sillo...

Tuesday, 12:34 in Regional West

Man arrested as murder probe launched over London tube station stabbing

A 20-year-old man has died and two others have been injured in a stabbing outside Parsons Green Tube station. Police were called at 7.37pm on Monday to reports of an incident outside the London Underground station, where 30 people were injured in a...

Tuesday, 12:34 in Regional West

Game of Thrones star Roy Dotrice dies aged 94

Actor Roy Dotrice, known for his role as Leopold Mozart in Oscar-winning film Amadeus, has died aged 94. His family said in a statement that he "died peacefully on Monday, October 16, in his London home surrounded by family, including his three...

Tuesday, 12:26 in Regional West

Referee headbutted by Sunday League thug tells of torment as he admits: 'I wouldn't encourage anyone to be...

This is how a Sunday League referee was left after being headbutted by a footballer he had sent off. Craig Ward was hospitalised and needed a brain scan after the horrific attack during the game in Nuneaton. Mr Ward today spoke out just hours after...

Tuesday, 12:26 in Regional West

Police appeal for witnesses as cash machine robbed in Rugby

Police are appealing for witnesses after thieves stole an ATM machine in Rugby. Warwickshire Police have issued the appeal after reports of two men breaking into a Polish food shop in an attempt to dislodge the machine from the wall in the early hours...

Tuesday, 12:26 in Regional West

Former Coventry City manager Terry Butcher's son dies aged just 35

Former England captain Terry Butcher has been left 'distraught' by the death of his son aged just 35. Christopher Butcher was an Army Veteran who fought the Taliban in Afghanistan. His dad, who earned 77 caps for England and was player-manager at...

Tuesday, 12:10 in Regional West

ALL modern wi-fi devices at risk of newly-found vulnerability

A newly discovered vulnerability with the standard used to secure wi-fi networks around the world could compromise user data as well as leave them open to viruses. According to the researchers who discovered the Krack flaw in the widely used WPA2...

Tuesday, 11:56 in Regional West

Five facts about Forest Green Rovers that will blow your mind

Forest Green Rovers travel to Coventry City tonight. The club, promoted to League Two at the back end of the 2016/17 campaign, will search for their first league win away from home this term. The ‘Little Club on the Hill’ have not won since August 19,...

Tuesday, 11:51 in Sport
Police name boy, 12, crushed to death by wooden pole

Police name boy, 12, crushed to death by wooden pole

Police have named a 12-year-old boy who died after being crushed by a large wooden pole in Dumfries and Galloway. Emergency crews were called to Glenaylmer Road, Kirkconnel, at around 4.40pm on Sunday following reports of a trapped child. Despite the...

Tuesday, 11:45 in Regional West

Hollywood star Gerard Butler in hospital after motorbike crash

Gerard Butler was taken to hospital after a motorbike crash. The 47-year-old actor was riding in LA when he got run off the road by a car, reports the Mirror. According to TMZ: "Someone called 911, paramedics came and took Gerard to a nearby...

Tuesday, 11:45 in Regional West

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