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Disney toy recalled over safety concerns

A popular Disney toy set has been recalled by its manufacturer over safety concerns. The Bolt and Mitten soft toy set has been found to contain chemical substances which exceed regulatory limits. It is the black plastic nose on the Bolt (dog) soft toy wh

yesterday, 16:27 in Regional East

Your pet dog can now wnjoy a bus tour of London

If you are planning a trip to the capital over the next few days London has a new tour bus which may be of interest. From typical open-top sightseeing tours to afternoon tea and cake buses. But the one thing they all have in common? They’re for humans. W

yesterday, 15:17 in Regional East

Mums will fall ill 324 times during their children’s younger years

The average mum will fall ill 324 times over their youngster’s childhood - with colds and bugs passed on to them by their offspring, a study has found. An endless cycle of sore throats, runny noses, migraines and sickness bugs means the average mum will

yesterday, 15:05 in Regional East

Former football coach Barry Bennell pleads not guilty to sexual assault of boy

A former football coach with links to Derbyshire has appeared in court to face sexual assault charges. Barry Bennell pleaded not guilty by video link from Woodhill prison to eight charges of sexual assault against a boy under 16. The former youth coach a

yesterday, 14:48 in Regional East

In 2022 we’ll be able to watch an 1,800-year old star collision

A star created 1,800 years ago after the collision of two distant suns is set to appear in the night sky for the first time – as the light from the crash finally reaches the Earth. Scientists predict that for six months in 2022, stargazers will be able t

yesterday, 13:55 in Regional East

What is the secret to the perfect winter’s day at home?

The perfect way to spend a cold, winter’s day is snuggled up under a duvet on the sofa watching TV, according to research by leading home assistance provider HomeServe. The survey which set out to find the perfect winter’s day and the definition of moder

yesterday, 12:18 in Regional East

Inquests to open into Tunisian terror deaths of Notts social worker and Gainsborough blogger

The inquests into the deaths of 30 Britons killed at a Tunisian holiday resort in 2015 are set to open today (Monday, January 16). Islamist gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on holidaymakers on the beach near Sousse, killing a total of 38 people. The

yesterday, 12:18 in Regional East

COLUMN: Make your dog your running buddy

We’re two weeks into January, and if scientific research is anything to go by, 88 per cent of us will have broken our new year’s resolutions already. That’s according to academics at Bristol University, anyway! This year I’ve vowed to not go on Facebook

yesterday, 11:02 in Regional East

Elbow to play Sherwood Forest

A Cast of Thousands is expected to flock to see British rock stars Elbow live in Sherwood Forest. The Brit Award-winning quartet are the first band confirmed for the Forestry Commission’s summer 2017 Forest Live series of concerts at Sherwood Pines, near

yesterday, 11:02 in Regional East

It happened on this day

On this day - it happened on January 17 27BC – Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus is granted the title Augustus by the Roman Senate, marking the beginning of the Roman Empire. 1900 – Edith Frank, the German-Dutch mother of Anne Frank is born. She died from s

yesterday, 10:32 in Regional East

Man has serious injuries after crash

A pedestrian suffered serious injuries in a crash with a car in Watnall yesterday (Sunday, January 15). The man is in a critical condition at the Queen’s Medical Centre after the incident in Long Lane, Watnall, on a stretch over the M1, at around 5.20am

yesterday, 09:49 in Regional East

10 bizarre diets we don’t recommend you kickstart your 2017 weight loss with

One of the worst things about January (and it’s pretty soul-destroying to begin with) is being forced to face the music about the fact you really did overdo it on the roast potatoes over Christmas. With summer on the horizon, those who just can’t face th

Sunday, 17:12 in Regional East

Seven fun facts about January

It used to be so cold in January the River Thames used to freeze and frost fairs were held on the river back in the 1608. Yes we know January is cold and can be a bit boring if you are doing dry January or just still feeling the pull of the purse strings

Sunday, 16:39 in Regional East

Be cyber aware this January

Advice has been issued by the police to stay vigilant against cyber criminals. has launched a new campaign encourage people to be cyber aware. A spokesman for the website said: “More people now store valuable data – both personal and busines

Sunday, 13:18 in Regional East

Think YOU’RE chilly? Check out the coldest inhabited places on Earth where temperatures drop below -60C

We might be feeling the cold this month- but can you imagine living somewhere where temperatures drop below -60C? It’s hard to believe, but thousands of people call these beautiful (but potentially deadly) landscapes home... <script...

Sunday, 12:54 in Regional East

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