Co-op issues warning over disturbing supermarket trend police ignore '80 per cent of time'

  (Birmingham mail) : Co-op - rival to Aldi, Lidl, Morrisons, Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's - uses expert guards, according to its director. ..

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Las Vegas Police Arrest Man Connected To Tupac Shakur's 1996 Killing

It's a long-awaited break in a case that has frustrated investigators and fascinated the public ever since the hip-hop icon was gunned down on the Las Vegas Strip 27 years ago.

Glastonbury ticket prices to rise when they go on sale in November

The music festival will return to Worthy Farm in Somerset from June 26th to 30th

Oxford school shooter Ethan Crumbley can be sentenced to life without parole for killing 4 students

Ethan Crumbley, who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting four Oxford High School students as a 15-year-old, can be sentenced to life without parole, a judge ruled.

So, What Exactly Is A False Rape Allegation?

Closeup of young Asian female psychotherapist discussing a problem and touch hand young depressed sit on couch at clinic. Medical insurance, Mental health concept.TW: rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse When claims of sexual abuse

Lethal 2mg dose of fentanyl on display at DEA laboratory highlights ongoing crisis

The Portland Police Bureau in Oregon revealed on Thursday that nearly a dozen children, including a 1-year-old, have experienced fentanyl overdoses since June.

Revised Figures Show UK Economy Recovered Faster Post-COVID Than Previously Estimated

New data has shown the UK economy grew faster than Germany or France since Covid, but analysts are wary of the future, as recent figures show sluggishness.

See ya later, alligator: Emotional support reptile denied entry into Phillies game

Alligators. They are not just for Florida and the Southeastern United States anymore. A fan attending a baseball game in Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park tried to bring an alligator to the game as an “emotional support animal.”

How much do Costco's gold bars cost? What investors should know now

Costco is currently selling two different types of 1-ounce bars to its members. Here's what they're selling for.

Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Other Leaders Pay Tribute To Dianne Feinstein

"That was Dianne," recalled Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). "Powerful. Prepared. Unflappable. She had to be: whenever she did something, she was often the 'first' to do it."

New ZEV Mandate to Make UK Automobile Industry 100% Net Zero by 2035

The UK government has announced a ZEV mandate to systematically transition to electric vehicles with a proportionate increase in zero-emission vehicles every year until it reaches 100 per cent.

Historic Glasgow feature protected by new guidelines

Glasgow world heritage site the Antonine Wall is to be protected for future generations as councillors signed off on updated safeguard planning rules.

Rutherglen football club submits plans to build clubhouse grounds

A Rutherglen football club has made a planning application to build a clubhouse at its grounds.

Roy Hodgson confirms it's 'not good news' on Dean Henderson's thigh injury with the Crystal Palace goalkeeper set for spell on sidelines after limping off on Eagles debut

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Dean Henderson appears set for another spell on the sidelines, with manager Roy Hodgson admitting initial scans on a thigh injury 'didn't look like good news'.

Surrey Indian restaurant named best in the Southeast for second year where 'five courses only £23.50'

An Indian restaurant in Surrey scored a tasty double, nabbing the top curry prize two years running

Best Banks and Credit Unions in Florida for October 2023

The best banks in Florida are easy to open regardless of where you live in the state. They may also have high interest rates or a variety or options.

We live in a pretty seaside town...but it smells of rotting waste: Locals in tourist hotspot can't open their windows and 'fall ill' as mystery odour blights the area

The persistent smell has affected residents in parts of Brightlingsea in Essex for the last two years, particularly during the summer months.

'Serious concerns' raised about train ticket office closures months ago by watchdog

London Travelwatch, one of two bodies scrutinising the proposals, branded what was proposed at the time 'unacceptable' with issues including difficulties for disabled passengers

Kimora Lee Simmons discusses daughter Aoki's online row with father Russell Simmons and declares: 'We're not going to have it' - as star claims she's a single mother to all her children

Kimora Lee Simmons has defended her daughter Aoki, 21, three months after sharing a disturbing video of her crying youngest daughter being berated by her father Russell Simmons.

Andy Cohen Just Asked Anderson Cooper The Most Inappropriate Question On TV

The "Watch What Happens Live" host really put the CNN star on the spot in an awkward moment.

Ross County v Hearts predicted line up as Steven Naismith makes 3 changes

Barry Anderson delivers his predicted XI for Hearts as they travel to Ross County on Saturday

Moussa Dembele claims Rangers fans sent him 'death threats' before Celtic derby clash

The French striker has broken silence on death threats he claims he received from Rangers fans while he was at Celtic.

Iron Gate Dam: What to know about the historic US dam removal project on Klamath River

The most extensive dam removal initiative in U.S. history is currently in progress along the California-Oregon border. This project aims to eliminate four dams situated on the Klamath River

Runner climbs tree to escape cows in Overton near York

A MAN was forced to climb a tree to flee a herd of cows in Overton near York.

Nottingham University Hospitals: Second NHS trust failed to send tens of thousands of patient and GP letters

The investigation into the 2017 incident at the time found no significant patient harm, but the trust has said it will review its inquiry.

My parents gave me extra homework in school and every summer. It was the worst, but now I'm grateful for it.

When Insider's reporter was a kid in school, her parents gave her additional assignments, from writing short stories to persuasive essays.

Supreme Court takes on Texas, Florida laws targeting social media companies

The US Supreme Court agreed to decide the legality of Republican-backed state laws in Texas and Florida that put constrain on social media companies.

Edinburgh housing: Couple win £6,000 compensation over flat riddled with 'severe' mould

The couple demanded compensation for damage to health and belongings.

When is the Panorama Special on BBC One? How to watch the mysterious documentary and what we know about it

The subject matter of the forthcoming programme has so far been kept under wraps

School Bus Overturns at M53, Leaving 54 Injured

Merseyside Police say that a Carvers W3 coach overturned after hitting a motorway reservation on the northbound M53 near Junction 5 at Hooton, Cheshire.

York Food Festival 2023: Iain Wilkinson, York Kitchen Farm

The Press is talking to some of the stars of this year's York Food Festival, which runs until Sunday, October 1. Today Rory Buccheri speaks with chef Iain Wilkinson, of Yolk Kitchen Farm

Edinburgh toddler Quinn Stewart who has Baker-Gordon syndrome has smile which 'lights up room'

Two-year-old Quinn is a ‘beautiful, cheeky and happy wee girl’.

DC Metro train derails near Reagan National Airport

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced it temporarily suspended Metrorail service on the blue and yellow lines between two stations following a train derailment.

Only 'credulous' Sean Hannity could make GOP's first impeachment hearing look good: analysis

House Republicans' first impeachment inquiry hearing was widely panned by critics, including fromsome diehard supporters of former President Donald Trump . However, Washington Post political analyst Philip Bump noticed there was

Woman dies after being hit by cyclist outside Scottish Parliament

The 66-year-old woman has died in hospital after being hit by the cyclist on Tuesday, September 26.