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Saints sign striker Moore

Brackley Town manager Jon Brady has strengthened his squad with the signing of striker Stefan Moore from Conference North rivals Leamington.

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The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

Older people could be “prescribed a dog” because it increases their physical activity by half an hour a day - especially in rainy Britain, according to new research.

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NSPCC is calling for a change in position of trust laws.

NSPCC: Strengthen child abuse laws

The NSPCC is calling for laws on positions of trust to be strengthened after recent Thames Valley Police statistics.

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The Hoosiers

Hoosiers head out on 27-date tour to celebrate debut album

The Hoosiers are heading out on the road to mark the 10th anniversary of their debut album and will playing a series of gigs in the region.

Music
The luxury Rocky Mountaineer train operates in western Canada.

Travel: Riding the Rocky Mountaineer in western Canada

A journey on the Rocky Mountaineer, the luxury train service that operates on four routes in western Canada, offers a comfortable way viewing landscape and wildlife, plus insights into the important role played by the railway in the country’s history.
Travel
Garsington Opera rehearsal ahead of Silver Birch, a community opera being performed in Wormsley - pictured at Aylesbury Music Centre are some of the group. Photo: Derek Pelling

Rehearsals underway for community opera featuring military veterans and young people from Aylesbury

The countdown is on to the staging of an opera in Wormsley this weekend which features 180 people from across Buckinghamshire.

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Cosworth's headquarters in Northampton

Northampton engineering company could return to Formula 1 within four years

Cosworth could be making Formula 1 engines once again if official plans are signed off following verbal agreements with partners.

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Cinematic shots which will stay with you for the rest of your life: Dunkirk

Review: Dunkirk is powerful film-making of the highest order

Matt Adcock reviews Dunkirk (12A), directed by Christopher Nolan

TV and Film
Durdle Door in Dorset

Travel: Adventure swimming in Britain

Although travelling across the world to a beautiful swimming location is incredibly rewarding and exciting, there are multiple world renowned swimming spots right here at home in the UK.

Travel
Go wild in the country for National Parks Week

Go wild in the country for National Parks Week

Whether you are a thrillseeker yearning for the great outdoors,or just fancy a more sedate break in calming surroundings, Britain’s 15 National Parks offer the chance to spend some time with nature.

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Indian summer predicted as three months of hot weather could be on the way

Indian summer predicted as three months of hot weather could be on the way

The UK could be set to bask in three months of hot weather as an ‘African blast’ of hot air heads north to Britain.

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Warning over fake WhatsApp emails

Warning over fake WhatsApp emails

Messages claiming to be from WhatsApp are being sent by fraudsters intending to steal banking and personal information.

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Primark recalls popular product containing chemical linked to cancer

Primark recalls popular product containing chemical linked to cancer

Discount clothes retail giant Primark has recalled pairs of flip-flop over fears they contain a chemical linked to cancer.

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Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Most of us can’t tell what’s wrong with a faked picture - underlining the threat to democracy by the spread of made up propaganda, a study shows.

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Product warning

Doritos recalled over allergy fears

Two pack sizes of Doritos have been recalled by their manufacturer due to allergy concerns.

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Blocks in the attic - are you sitting under a hidden Lego fortune?

Blocks in the attic - are you sitting under a hidden Lego fortune?

Could your kids be playing with a hidden fortune? According to new data, households across the UK could contain more than £50 million worth of highly-collectable LEGO.

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We dare you to tell Abigail he has a girls name

Console Corner: Lull filled with exciting news

As we head into a bit of a video game lull until things start to heat up in September let’s take a look at some interesting bits of gaming news doing the rounds at the moment.

Tech
Lineup Festival 2017 - award winners Katie Dwyer and Angel Ranger-Burgess

PICTURE SPECIAL: Teenagers enjoy first ever Bucks Lineup Youth Festival

More than 150 young people from across the county came together on Sunday July 16 to enjoy the Lineup Youth Festival.

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Farming is considered to be a healthy occupation

FARMING MATTERS: Working outdoors brings health reward

I’ve written in the past about the dangers farmers face in the work place, but according to new research, in addition to being one of the most dangerous professions, agricultural workers are also amongst the healthiest in the UK workforce.

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Eating out: Beech House is buzzing in Bucks

Eating out: Beech House is buzzing in Bucks

If there was one word used to describe the Beech House in Bucks it would have to be ‘buzzing’.

Eating Out
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