Day: 16 February 2022

Family asks for help to treat poorly pup

A Manchester family have launched a ‘GoFundme’ to help raise money for their dog Harley’s cancer treatment. Harley was diagnosed with Cancer last year and had a tumour removed from her head before Christmas. Since then, two more ‘Mast cell tumours’ have been found and a third, different type of cancer has been found in her stomach.

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No Vaccine Mandates for In-person Attendees at the 94th Oscars

The Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences is planning to host this year’s Oscars ceremony without a vaccine mandate for its attendees while still requiring their employees to show proof of vaccination. Across Los Angeles, people are required to show vaccine certificates to visit movie theatres, gyms and many other public spaces. While the […]

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Europa League and Europa Conference League key fixtures preview

These often-maligned European competitions can still offer some cracking games when it comes to the knockout fixtures, as teams that finished 3rd in their Champions League group come to play with unknown underdogs and rising powers. Here are three key fixtures to look out for.

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Undercover investigation unveils bins full of hunt dogs

Shocking footage has emerged of dead hunt dogs being thrown into bins to be sold to energy companies. 

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Anger as Bank of England boss urges workers not to ask for pay rise

Picture CR: PA Wire/PA Images Dan Kitwood By Alex Daniel A UK bank boss has caused outrage with union members after telling workers not to ask for a pay rise this year. Earlier this month, Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England – advised workers not to ask for a big wage increase this […]

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58 Salford Quays Trees to be Chopped Despite Controversy

Salford Council has defended their decision to cut down trees along the Quays. Frustration is rife on social media as residents made their feelings clear regarding plans for several trees to be cut down.

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Champions League round of 16 preview

Following last night’s demolition of Sporting Lisbon by Manchester City, and Mbappe helping PSG squeak a win against potential future side Real Madrid, the Champions League is officially back.

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Majority of sexual assault victims do not get help, finds new survey

To change these statistics, NHS England has pledged £20 million over the next three years to boost specialist services for victims and survivors, noting their “complex, trauma-related mental health needs”.

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Union fear outcome of “surprise” trial to extend school day in Wales

A controversial trial to extend the school day by one hour has begun in Wales and will run for ten weeks despite concerns from the unions.

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