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Nadiya Hussain to unveil her recipes for quick meals Hussain is not the first TV chef to urge viewers to cook from scratch despite having limited time. Nadiya Hussain will be showing viewers how to make meals that can slot into busy lives (Ian West/PA) Nadiya Hussain has announced a new TV cookery show on how to serve up quick meals. The Great...
Hospital A&E like 'an EastEnders Christmas special meets Jeremy Kyle' - PSNI Antrim Area Hospital Police described accident and emergency (A&E) departments at two Northern Ireland hospitals as like "an EastEnders Christmas Special meets Jeremy Kyle" on Saturday night. Extra police were required at Craigavon Area Hospital and Antrim Area Hospital to support medical staff. Nineteen police officers were required to deal with...
Community service for property developer who owed more than €1m in unpaid taxes and penalties 18/02/19 James Jordan, leaving court for the case. PIC: Collins Courts A property developer who owed more than €1 million in unpaid taxes and penalties has received 240 hours of community service. James Jordan (51) of Laochfail, Outfarm Lane, Castleknock, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal...
No-deal Brexit will push up food prices 'by up to 20pc' - Birds Eye chief Packets of Birds Eye frozen fish fingers A no-deal Brexit will lead "virtually instantaneously" to price rises on popular food products in shops, the head of Birds Eye in the UK has warned. The frozen food specialist's managing director for the UK and Ireland, Wayne Hudson, said...
Government help for wind farm jeopardised by farmer - company claims Stock image A company claims Government assistance for a €26m wind farm project is being jeopardised by a farmer's refusal to comply with an agreement he made to permit cabling work to be carried on his land, the Commercial Court heard. Joseph Henry, who has a small farm near the Mayo/Sligo...
British Labour party divided: Seven MPs resign citing Brexit 'betrayal' and anti-Semitism Jeremy Corbyn. Photo: Joe Giddens Seven MPs quit the British Labour Party on Monday over leader Jeremy Corbyn's approach to Brexit and a row over anti-Semitism, saying Labour had been "hijacked by the machine politics of the hard left." The departure of the small group of lawmakers underlines the mounting...
Berlin to get single travel app for public and private services So-called ‘deep integration’ apps are seen as important for cities trying to prevent people from clogging up congested roads with their own cars. Travellers leave a BVG subway train in Berlin (Lukas Schulze/dpa via AP) Travellers in Berlin will soon be able to use a single app to switch seamlessly between...
Facebook 'intentionally and knowingly violated both data privacy and anti-competition laws' - damning report UK committee says self-regulation must end Facebook says it is 'open to meaningful regulation' Report singled out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Photo: Stock Facebook intentionally breached data privacy and competition law and should, along with other big tech companies, be subject to a new regulator to protect...
Quiet day on markets enlivened by FootAsylum share price gain Markets were closed in the US to mark President’s Day. A shop sign for FOOTASYLUM in Oxford Street central London. Footasylum’s huge share price rise added a kick to an otherwise quiet London market on Monday, as global equities lacked volatility with the US markets closed. President’s Day meant American equity markets were...
Greg James trapped in locked room by BBC Fans are trying to get him out. Greg James has been tasked with escaping a locked room (Mark Allan/PA) BBC Radio 1 fans are trying to help presenter Greg James escape from a locked room. James was handed a polite note and led to a locked room, and tasked with finding a six-digit code which will gain his...

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