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Jo Konta brings Great Britain level against Japan in Fed Cup after Heather Watson fell to defeat

British No 1 Jo Konta drew her side level 1-1 with Japan in their Fed Cup World Group II play-off in the Bourbon Beans Dome in Miki. Konta needed to reply for Britain after Heather Watson was beaten in straight sets by rising star Naomi Osaka in the...

yesterday, 10:43 in Sport
 

Sean Dyche preparing to play party-pooper in Arsene Wenger's farewell match as he hails 'legendary' Arsenal...

Sean Dyche wants to rain on Arsene Wenger's Emirates farewell, but maintains nothing can tarnish the Frenchman's legacy. Wenger will end his 22-year stint as Arsenal manager at the end of the season, with a May 6 clash against Burnley serving as his...

yesterday, 10:43 in Sport
 

Indiana Pacers 92-90 Cleveland Cavaliers: Bojan Bogdanovic scores 30 points to lead comeback victory as No...

Bojan Bogdanovic scored 30 points, leading the Indiana Pacers back from a 17-point halftime deficit for a 92-90 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night for a 2-1 lead in their first-round series. Cleveland was 39-0 during the regular...

yesterday, 10:43 in Sport
 

How Arsene Wenger changed English football and it's attitude towards foreign coaches forever... he was able...

Arsene Wenger will leave English football after more than 800 Premier League games, three titles, seven FA Cups, as many Community Shields and an unmistakable influence on our game. Arsenal’s manager was appointed in 1996 and Ian Wright has admitted a...

yesterday, 10:32 in Sport
 

Why Lily James's new movie will make you giddy for Guernsey - an island full of magic and intriguing history

Guernsey will be doing brisk business in potato peel pies this summer. That’s because a new film, The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society, based on the popular novel of the same name by Mary Ann Shaffer, and starring Lily James, is now in...

yesterday, 10:25 in Travel
 

Camping in France is a full-on bargain: Discovering the delights of Ardeche from thrilling rapids to...

We’re sloshing about in the river and somehow I’ve managed to catch a frog. My seven-year-old daughter is furious with me. ‘You can’t throw it back in,’ she yells. ‘We’re supposed to eat that!’ Daisy has heard about French food, and if she can munch...

yesterday, 10:25 in Travel
 

Owners urged to watch their pets' weight as insurers refuse to pay out for treatment of fat animals

When those doleful eyes stare up at you, it’s all too easy to give in and treat your dog to a bit of your custard cream or a couple of chips. As has been well documented, such misplaced kindness is fuelling an obesity epidemic among the nation’s...

yesterday, 09:52 in Business
 

Will this be the Knightsbridge of Ireland? We take a look around Dublin's most expensive new flats that...

A new build development in Dublin is being dubbed 'Ireland's Knightsbridge' thanks to the deep pockets needed to buy one of the luxury apartments. The homes in the Ballsbridge area of the historic city have been painstakingly constructed, as reflected...

yesterday, 08:59 in Business
 

Men receive a whopping £29,000 more than women in retirement over 20 years, says Which? report

Men get almost £29,000 more than women during a typical 20-year retirement, new research has revealed. The Which? study of almost 12.9million people receiving the state pension found that the average man receives £153.86 per week compared to their...

yesterday, 08:59 in Business
 

The ultimate INSIDER guide to New York: From sensational steakhouses to the coolest cocktail bars, locals...

Getting to grips with New York City and all it has to offer is a daunting task for a local, let alone a tourist.  That's why two local writers keen to help visitors out decided to uncover a whole host of the Big Apple's hidden attractions - 500 in...

yesterday, 08:21 in Travel
 

DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Mums and dads who are scared to say 'no' damage their children

Yes, yes, well done, Jamie Oliver. Bravo and all that. He started by taking on Turkey Twizzlers — and now he has set his sights on food advertising, with a campaign that’s lit up the internet. Celebrities are falling over themselves to take part in...

yesterday, 07:14 in Health
 

Antidote that can treat ALL deadly snake bites could be on the horizon after an 'exciting' breakthrough

An antivenom that protects against all deadly snake bites could be on the horizon due to a breakthrough by British scientists. Researchers at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine say they are one step closer to a wonder drug that would allow...

yesterday, 03:01 in Health
 

Coronation Street fans go wild as they spot Pat Phelan on the cobbles despite believing he was dead

Terrified Coronation Street fans couldn't tear their eyes away from the screens believing Pat Phelan (Connor McIntyre) had made a comeback to the cobbles. Eagle-eyed viewers claimed to see the murderer in a car zooming past his estranged wife Eileen...

yesterday, 02:01 in Showbiz
 

Kerry Katona 'will send her ashes to SPACE when she dies so her children won't have to pay funeral fees'

Kerry Katona has reportedly arranged to have her ashes scattered in space after she dies.  The reality star, 37, has been focusing on her impressive two-stone weight loss, but is now supposedly thinking about what to do with her body after she's gone,...

yesterday, 02:01 in Showbiz
 

Jessica Cunningham displays her blossoming baby bump in figure-hugging split gown at UK Blog Awards

She is well on her way to giving birth to her fourth child. And Jessica Cunningham, 31, ensured her baby bump was centre of attention at the UK Blog Awards at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, in London on Friday. The Apprentice star...

yesterday, 02:01 in Showbiz
 


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