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Cleric who sheltered thousands of dissidents
However, Sales' determination to protect his congregations also led him to one of his most persistently controversial endeavours: campaigning against Rio's exuberant annual carnival. In 1989 he made himself particularly unpopular by persuading a judge ...
Wellingborough carnival cancelled due to rain
Wellingborough has been forced to cancel this weekend's carnival and party in the park because of heavy rain. Wellingborough Council says that the carnival parade, due to start at 1pm on Saturday afternoon at Broad Green, as well as the afternoon ...
Birmingham dentist guilty of �1.4million NHS fraud
A dentist has been convicted of defrauding the NHS of �1.4 million, in one of the biggest cases of fraud the health service has ever seen.
The Queen, The Diamond Jubilee and the Midlands: A look back at the Royal visits
The Queen visited the Midlands today for the last time on her Diamond Jubilee Tour. It started on the 8th March, when Kate Middleton made her first official visit to Leicester, as the Duchess of Cambridge.
Man jailed for murder after stabbing man to death
A man, found guilty of murder after stabbing a man to death inthe Forest of Dean earlier this year, has been sentenced to 17 years in jail.
Olympic Torch Relay recreates famous Chariots of Fire scene
Teenager Alice Ellison took a step back in time this morning when she re-enacted a famous scene from the Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire.
Nottingham protest against 'dangerous dogs' legislation
A protest is being held in Nottingham today by campaigners who want some aspects of dangerous dogs legislation to be reviewed. The protesters say thousands of innocent dogs are being put down because they are perceived to be dangerous, resulting in ...
Ancient Greek plays role in new science
Researcher's at the University of Cambridge have used an ancient fable as part of a scientific experiment . The experiment is based on Aesop's Fable and scientists say it illustrates how children and crows learn about the world.
Five men found guilty of paying to have sex with children
Five men have today been found guilty of paying for the sexual services of a child. Mark Adaoui, Ijaz Ahmed, John Shaw, Anthony Lambert and Stefan Godfrey were all found guilty following a five-week trial at Derby Crown Court.
Man dies after driving wrong way on M4
The incident happened on the M4 near the Second Severn Crossing. Credit: Barry Batchelor/PA Archive/Press Association Images. An 83-year old man has died after driving his car the wrong way along the M4 near the Second Severn Crossing.