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Sainsbury's 'spend more' poster gaffe

16 hours 1 min ago
A poster encouraging Sainsbury's staff to get customers to spend more is put up in a store window by mistake.

PSNI agency cuts spell end of HET

16 hours 2 min ago
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is to close more than 300 temporary agency posts at the end of the year, spelling the end of the Historical Enquiries Team.

Day in pictures: 30 September

16 hours 15 min ago
News images from around the world: 30 September

VIDEO: Johnson gives 'permission to purr'

16 hours 18 min ago
David Cameron smiles as Boris Johnson gives Tory delegates "permission to purr" over the Scottish referendum result.

India teacher 'locked boy in kennel'

16 hours 32 min ago
Authorities in India investigate reports that a five-year-old boy was allegedly locked up in a kennel by his school teacher as punishment for talking to another child in class.

'Dirty toilets' workers end strike

16 hours 37 min ago
Construction staff in Ferrybridge will return to work following a row over toilets.

Man Utd consider midweek friendlies

16 hours 43 min ago
Manchester United are thinking about playing midweek friendly matches abroad in the absence of Champions League football.

Tooth decay in toddlers - top tips

16 hours 49 min ago
Experts on ways to encourage children to look after their teeth

Education boost as budget deal done

16 hours 49 min ago
The Liberal Democrats have signed a deal with Labour to pass the Welsh government budget, which includes extra spending on education and the completion of a link road.

Analysis: Can extremism plan work?

16 hours 59 min ago
Is Theresa May's plan to tackle extremists workable?

Pardew set to stay as Newcastle boss

17 hours 1 min ago
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew's job is thought to be safe for the time being, despite his side being second bottom.

VIDEO: Drone captures Hong Kong protest

17 hours 11 min ago
Footage filmed by a drone captures the scale of Saturday's pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong's central business district.

Greg James breaks twerking record

17 hours 22 min ago
Nick Grimshaw's Guinness World twerking record is broken by fellow Radio 1 DJ Greg James immediately after his attempt.

Girl, 15, 'may be heading to Syria'

17 hours 22 min ago
A teenage girl from Bristol who was reported missing may be attempting to get to Syria, police say.

The battle over GP opening

17 hours 24 min ago
Are longer GP hours answer to improving access to services?

Donetsk airport clash violates truce

17 hours 26 min ago
Officials in eastern Ukraine say artillery is pounding the Donetsk airport area, where Ukrainian troops are resisting pro-Russian separatists.

In pictures: The lure of gold

17 hours 27 min ago
Men and women who risk their lives to get rich in Guinea

Chinese cinema set for record year

17 hours 28 min ago
Chinese cinema box office revenue surges 32% in the first nine months of the year, figures show.

Muslim NFL player's 'prayer penalty'

17 hours 33 min ago
US Kansas City Chiefs NFL player Husain Abdullah is penalised after celebrating a touchdown by falling to his knees in prayer, reports say.

Shake-up could see 11 schools close

17 hours 33 min ago
Three secondary and eight primary schools could close to make way for three "superschools" as part of a £75m shake-up in Rhondda Cynon Taf.
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