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Europe · London
Man admits mowing down woman and her three dogs in Chelsea
Laszlo Dancs, 28, pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving. Olivia Riley, 41, and her three golden retrievers were killed in May last year. Ms Riley died at the scene and her dogs died later as a result of their injuries. Judge Philip Katz banned him from driving with immediate effect.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 6 sources
Washington State · Washington
Police investigate teen's death in Duncan
Officers were dispatched to Brook Street around 8 p.m. Thursday night. A local resident said she has seen strange things in her neighborhood. No determination of foul play could be made yet, public information officer says. This is a developing story. Details will be updated as they become available.See the Story
Coverage: 6 sources
York, United Kingdom · York
BBC Somerset sees listener numbers rise – as corporation plans cutbacks
BBC Radio Gloucestershire reached an average of 65,000 listeners each week. This was up from around 62,000 in the six months to March 2022. In October the corporation set out proposals that would see local radio stations share more content and broadcast fewer programmes unique to their areas.See the Story
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Malton · Malton
Dozens of Barrow workers injured at their jobs last year
83 people reported suffering injuries at work in the Forest of Dean in 2021-22. This was also up from 73 in 2018-19, before the coronavirus pandemic. Across Great Britain, 61,700 workers reported non-fatal injuries. GMB trade union said it is "extremely sceptical" that the current data shows the full story.See the Story
King Charles · London
Queen Camilla: Charles’ wife gets title on coronation invite
King Charles III’s wife has been officially identified as Queen Camilla for the first time, with Buckingham Palace using the title on invitations for the monarch’s May 6 coronation.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 141 sources
Europe · London
Tory chairman apologises to civil service unions over 'activist blob' message
Home secretary Suella Braverman has denied having anything to do with the email to supporters sent in her name - but it has led to Greg Hands offering an apology via the Cabinet secretary Simon Case in a letter, seen by Sky News.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Google Doodle Celebrates Mutual Support for International Women's Day
International Women’s Day falls on Wednesday, March 18. Bridport Library has planned a day of events to mark the day. From 11.30am on this day, the library will be joined by a selection of inspirational female writers. There will be a talk with local Nigerian-British writer Nikki May, author of Wahala: a Razor-Sharp Debut of Love, Race and Friendship.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 51 sources