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Europe · Brixton
O2 Academy in Brixton has licence suspended for three months after fatal crush
The 02 Academy in Brixton has had its licence suspended for three months after two people were killed in a crowd crush.See the Story
55% Left coverage: 11 sources
The restaurant by the river that's perfect for a Valentine's meal
From Thai to tapas, here are our five favourite restaurants in Hitchin. Los Reyes on Bucklersbury offers the very best in Spanish cuisine. Little Monkey serves the best of Thai cuisine, including curries and street food favourites. Sukawatee also specialises in Malaysian food, and is a great place to enjoy a family meal.See the Story
Three vehicles crash on B1000 Hertford Road
Three vehicles have crashed on the B1000 Hertford Road, near Tewin. The incident took place at around 3.45pm today (Saturday, January 28) The road is currently closed, and emergency services are on the scene. Motorists are urged to avoid the area.See the Story
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Rishi Sunak · London
UK to increase pensions and benefits in line with inflation
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is expected to increase pensions and benefits in line with inflation in an effort to ensure the budget is seen as "fair and compassionate", the Times reported on Monday. The pledges would cost a combined 11 billion pounds ($12.66 billion) in 2023-24.See the Story
53% Right coverage: 15 sources
When the shops are open this Christmas,
We've listed when North Herts Council will collect the bins over the festive period. Stresses, such as present-buying, wrapping, and preparing Christmas dinner can take over in the lead up to the festive season. One of the factors that can cause stress is the bin schedule, with that in mind, here's when the council will be collecting the bins.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Man charged in connection with fatal shooting of bystander during gas station gun battle
Al Villane, 32, of the Falls has been charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a 47-year-old man. The victim died Tuesday morning at the Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo. He had been hospitalized since being wounded on the afternoon of Sept. 19 during an apparent confrontation with Villane.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
All the best Bonfire Night firework displays in the Hull area
Bonfire Night is on Saturday (November 5) and it's a great excuse to wrap up warm, head out into the darkness, and thrill at the skies being lit up by dazzling fireworks. Here is a round-up of some of the many Bonfire Night fireworks displays taking place in and around the Hull and East Yorkshire region. If you're looking for details of the Beverley Westwood fireworks display, unfortunately the organisers have had to call it off this year.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Europe · London
Paperchase lines up administrators amid search for buyer
Paperchase has stores in Hitchin, St Albans and London Colney. Retailer has lined up rescue and recovery practice Begbies Traynor Group and accountancy firm PwC. Paperchase previously fell into administration in 2021, but managed to secure a rescue deal.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Lister Hospital: Stevenage maternity service rated inadequate
The service at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage has seen its rating drop from good to inadequate. Care Quality Commission has served a warning notice to the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. The trust said a "detailed improvement plan" would be implemented. The £16.5m unit opened in 2011 and brought all the trust's maternity services under one roof.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
'Lovely' event or 'utter pants' - you react to town's Christmas lights switch-on
Christmas has arrived in Stevenage following two lights switch-on events. On Thursday, crowds gathered to enjoy the fesitivities in Town Sqaure. Saturday saw the Old Town's Christmas lights offering, with the mayor Margaret Notley, youth mayor Paige Abrey and Old Town councillors Lou Rossati and Jim Brown doing the honours.See the Story