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Man in 60s in hospital after double assault

Man in 60s in hospital after double assault

A man and woman remain in police custody after being arrested for a double assault, which left one victim in his 60s needing hospital treatment.

Shop survives devastating blaze to mark 100 years

Shop survives devastating blaze to mark 100 years

An ironmonger business which was ravaged by a fire six years ago has risen from the ashes and marked its 100th anniversary.

New £1m pub set to open in place of Indian restaurant

New £1m pub set to open in place of Indian restaurant

An Indian restaurant will be returned to a pub in a £1m transformation - more than a decade after the last pint was pulled.

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Mum cleans up 187 dog poos on one path

Mum cleans up 187 dog poos on one path

A mum on a mission to clear a path of dog mess scooped up a shocking 187 piles of poop.

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Tale of the giant pencil theft comes to a point

Tale of the giant pencil theft comes to a point

Three giant pencils which bear a closer resemblance to javelins than writing tools had art lovers writing messages to police after they were stolen.

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Anger as council removes memorial flowers

Anger as council removes memorial flowers

A 93-year-old widower has hit out at a rule that memorial flowers can be forcibly removed by council workers.

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The cruellest of deaths as horse dies tied to gate

The cruellest of deaths as horse dies tied to gate

The sight of a dead horse tied to a gate with its front legs bound together represents the "lowest form of humanity". WARNING: Graphic images

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Shoppers unhappy at Tesco sell-off

Shoppers unhappy at Tesco sell-off

A supermarket has confirmed it is selling off a section of its car park prompting concern about the impact on the town.

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Railway theft is a 'kick in the teeth' for volunteers

Railway theft is a 'kick in the teeth' for volunteers

Sickened railway staff are counting their losses after thieves de-activated security cameras and helped themselves to equipment.

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Shop reopens after cash machine raid

Shop reopens after cash machine raid

A boarded up convenience store has partially reopened with makeshift signage just a day after it was targeted in an overnight raid.

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Mum 'smashed foot to smithereens' in pavement fall

Mum 'smashed foot to smithereens' in pavement fall

A woman who tripped on an uneven paving stone and "smashed her foot to smithereens" is locked in battle with KCC over the fall.

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Thieves swipe generators from volunteer-run railway

Thieves swipe generators from volunteer-run railway

Two "extremely heavy" generators and a grinder were swiped from a railway station after a man was seen acting suspiciously.

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Photos show ram-raided village store

Photos show ram-raided village store

Pictures show the devastating scene after thieves reversed a 4x4 into the front of a village shop in the early hours.

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Cash machine thieves reverse 4x4 into shop

Cash machine thieves reverse 4x4 into shop

Thieves reversed a 4x4 into the front of a village shop during a cash machine raid in the early hours.

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Sex abuse victim still haunted by teacher's attacks

Sex abuse victim still haunted by teacher's attacks

An abuse victim has spoken of his horrific ordeal as an 11-year-old boy when his teacher carried out vile sex attacks in a school stationery cupboard.

'Perfect daughter' loses cancer battle, aged 36

'Perfect daughter' loses cancer battle, aged 36

A dad has paid an emotional tribute to the "perfect daughter" who died from cervical cancer.

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Equipment damaged after Boxing Day Hunt clash

Equipment damaged after Boxing Day Hunt clash

A band had its equipment damaged at a Boxing Day hunt meet which has sparked a police investigation.

Widow to defy bench flowers rule

Widow to defy bench flowers rule

A council has been accused of being heavy handed for restricting floral tributes on memorial benches.

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Sausage firm founder and former mayor dies, aged 85

Sausage firm founder and former mayor dies, aged 85

The hard-working founder of a family firm of sausage makers has died at the age of 85.

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'I asked for an amputation as the pain was too much'

'I asked for an amputation as the pain was too much'

A mum who was in so much pain that showering caused her agony when water splashed on her leg has resorted to an amputation.

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