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Two blind British men have electronic retinas fitted
Two British men who have been totally blind for many years have had part of their vision restored after surgery to fit pioneering eye implants.
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Leeds United confirm investment talks
Meanwhile, United defender Tom Lees has pledged his future to the club after agreeing a new four-year deal at Elland Road, with the option of a further year.
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National Museums Scotland Wins Prestigious Award
National Museums Scotland has been awarded a prestigious industry award at the 2012 national Museums + Heritage Awards for Excellence ceremony.
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Britain needs a space port, business leaders claim
The new report identified sites in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the South West which could be suitable for a space port due their isolated location and distance from major air traffic routes.
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London riots: Millionaire's daughter Laura Johnson jailed
A millionaire's daughter who drove looters around London during the 2011 riots has been jailed for two years. Laura Johnson, 20, of Orpington, south-east London, had denied charges of burglary and handling stolen goods, claiming she was acting under ...
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London 2012 Olympics: Hockey schedule released
Great Britain men's hockey team will open their Olympic campaign against Argentina on July 30 at the Riverbank Arena. The South American nation found themselves at the centre of a political storm earlier this month because of a television advert which ...
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Ask Frank: Taking a break in Burma and hitting the right note on a ukulele
ANSWER: Most tour operators are reporting that holidays to Burma are the big success story of 2012. You are right - the best way of discovering the country is to join an escorted tour.
HIV prevention pill Truvada backed by US experts
There is also concern that the high cost of Truvada could divert limited funding from more cost-effective options. "We need to slow down.
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British Squash Open: Nick Matthew begins title defence in thunderous style at ...
Meanwhile, Alan Clyne, Scotland's No 1, crashed out at the first hurdle. The Inverness qualifier, who has risen 40 places to world No 28 in two years, lost 11-9 11-13 11-6, 11-3 to South Africa's Steve Coppinger at the O2 Arena.
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When booze costs more, boozers will go Dutch, or Russian...
It was Friday, and there wasn't a single sober person of either sex to be seen anywhere in the centre. The girls were screaming, 'Darren [Wayne, Lee, Jason etc.
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