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Love Island: How we made our love last

Love Island: How we made our love last

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen were runners up in the 2016 series of Love Island. But when it comes to real love, they've lucked out. In September this year, two years after they met, they became the first couple who got together on the reality TV...

Saturday, 10:22 in Regional
 
Primark reopens in Belfast after fire

Primark reopens in Belfast after fire

More than 1,000 people queued outside the new Primark store in Belfast when its doors opened on Saturday. Crowd control measures, including crush barriers, were in place outside the new store at Commonwealth House. The retailer has returned to the...

Saturday, 09:54 in Regional
 
Corrie Mckeague: Police trace man on CCTV footage

Corrie Mckeague: Police trace man on CCTV footage

A man captured on CCTV and believed by missing Corrie Mckeague's mother to be her son has identified himself to detectives, police have said. Police viewed the footage during their investigation into the airman's disappearance from Bury St Edmunds,...

Saturday, 06:12 in Regional
 
Patel comments on no-deal Brexit in Ireland criticised

Patel comments on no-deal Brexit in Ireland criticised

A Tory MP's suggestion that the economic impact of a no-deal Brexit on the Republic of Ireland could encourage the EU to drop the backstop has been widely criticised. However, Priti Patel said her comments "have been taken out of context". A...

Saturday, 06:12 in Regional
 
Dragon's Den 'humiliation' boosted chocolate firm's orders

Dragon's Den 'humiliation' boosted chocolate firm's orders

Three years ago, two Highlands-based chocolatiers made a pitch for investment on the BBC show Dragon's Den. Things did not go as they expected. Paul Maden and James Findlay run Cocoa Mountain, a small luxury chocolate-making business near Balnakeil on...

Saturday, 06:12 in Regional
 
Triple child murders: The lodger who destroyed a family

Triple child murders: The lodger who destroyed a family

In 1973, a 20-year-old man murdered and mutilated his friends' three young children. No motive has ever been established and he has never expressed regret. Now, 45 years after being jailed, David McGreavy is due to walk the streets again. It was a...

Saturday, 06:12 in Regional
 
Complacency kills: Caribbean gears up for tsunamis

Complacency kills: Caribbean gears up for tsunamis

The last time a major tsunami hit the Caribbean region was in 1946, after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola. At Playa Rincón, the sea rushed 700m (2,300ft) inland, according to a man who clung to the...

Saturday, 05:59 in World News
 
India's richest family caps year of big fat weddings

India's richest family caps year of big fat weddings

India is still recovering from two back-to-back celebrity weddings but it's already time for the next one. This time it's the children of two Indian billionaires, who are all set for what promises to be the next level of big fat Indian weddings. Isha...

Saturday, 05:48 in World News
 
Grace Millane: Police start murder inquiry

Grace Millane: Police start murder inquiry

New Zealand Police have announced they believe missing British backpacker Grace Millane has been murdered. The 22-year-old, from Essex, described by her father as "lovely" and "family-orientated", vanished in New Zealand a week...

Saturday, 04:18 in Regional
 
Italy nightclub stampede kills six and injures 100

Italy nightclub stampede kills six and injures 100

Six people have been killed and more than 100 injured, 10 of them seriously, in a stampede at a nightclub in Italy, officials say. The incident took place near the eastern coastal city of Ancona. Some reports say there was panic after pepper spray was...

Saturday, 04:18 in World News
 
Yellow vest movement: France braced for 'ultra-violent' protests

Yellow vest movement: France braced for 'ultra-violent' protests

France is braced for renewed anti-government protests, with nearly 90,000 security personnel on the streets. Some 8,000 officers and 12 armoured vehicles will be deployed in Paris alone, where shops have been boarded up and sites like the Eiffel Tower...

Saturday, 03:50 in World News
 
Grenfell Tower MP calls for Universal Credit launch delay

Grenfell Tower MP calls for Universal Credit launch delay

The MP whose seat is home to Grenfell Tower has urged the government to delay next week's launch of Universal Credit in the area, saying it could leave survivors without income at Christmas. The benefit scheme is due to come to North Kensington, where...

Saturday, 02:42 in Regional
 
Brexit: 'Norway plus' a plausible Plan B, says Amber Rudd

Brexit: 'Norway plus' a plausible Plan B, says Amber Rudd

The UK should pursue the so-called "Norway plus" option - if Theresa May's Brexit plan is rejected by MPs on Tuesday, according to Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd. In an interview with the Times, Ms Rudd said she still supported the...

Saturday, 02:28 in Regional
 

Inside a US training course to arm teachers

In 14 US states, there are already schools in which some teachers carry guns. Before they can be armed in the classroom, teachers in one of those states, Ohio, go through a three-day training course. An estimated 400 more teachers have gone through...

Saturday, 01:27 in World News
 
Armenia election: Gloves come off after ‘Velvet Revolution’

Armenia election: Gloves come off after ‘Velvet Revolution’

The man behind the extraordinary "Velvet Revolution" that convulsed Armenia in April faces a key test with an early parliamentary election on Sunday. Former journalist-turned-politician Nikol Pashinyan, 43, engineered a peaceful transfer of...

Saturday, 01:27 in World News
 


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