The 200th anniversary of the opening of Britain's first seaside pier is being marked today.
A criminal has failed to return to an open prison after being given leave.
Councils have called on restaurants and pub chains to stop "dragging their heels" and sign up to salt reduction targets.
Two former RAF fighter jets are set to be sold at a public auction today.
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What Apple wanted to do was, instead of contract, they wanted to make sure whatever work was done was done just for them.
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Driving down into Turn 1 won't be the same at 220 mph, it will be around 200 today, but Indianapolis always challenges you no matter what car you're driving and you have to respect the track.
I’d love to be the interior beast that this defense demands to be successful ... You’ve got to have a dominant force in the interior to really pump that ball out and get turnovers and make sure the secondary can break to the ball. Coming here, I’m doing everything I can to do that.
He has good instincts, really good awareness, especially inside. He’s also physical and has great speed, just tough to block.
Like any nascent market, the sharing economy is going to generate a flurry of new laws from regulators as well as through civil litigation