Monday, 25 July 2016

TV Aerials in Sheffield


Sheffield TV Aerial company that offers much more. We install everything from TV brackets to phonelines so call 0800 0132341 today.
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Friday, 15 July 2016

Printing Services Wakefield


Printers Wakefield is here for you and your business when you need urgent or short run full colour Digital printing. FurtherMore, because our Wakefield Based in-store digital services are the answer. But with the latest digital presses, we can produce anything from business cards to Leaflets and even presentation folders. Also, Whatever your business needs we will be there to help. So if you need something bigger, like a poster or an exhibition stand that will not be a problem, take a look at our large format printing services Wakefield and we can design and deliver it to you. Always Remember our Wakefield Printing service is just a phone call away on 07711846332.
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Saturday, 25 June 2016

Police driver acquitted of all charges in Freddie Gray death


BALTIMORE (AP) — It was supposed to be an open-and-shut case: The 25-year-old black man was healthy before his arrest, and arrived at the nearby station dying from a broken neck.But a judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors failed to prove any crime was committed by Officer Caesar Goodson , who drove the van where Freddie Gray suffered his fatal injury during a six-stop, 45-minute odyssey after he tried to outrun a police patrol.After three trials and no convictions, it's increasingly clear that the evidence against six Baltimore police officers in charged in Gray's death is too weak to sustain the hopes of citizens desperate for reform.Police union president Gene Ryan called on State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Thursday to reconsider her "malicious prosecution," since he's certain the remaining officers also will be acquitted.Gray's death became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement, fueling outrage nationwide over the treatment of black people by the criminal justic
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Paris sun scorches Kate Moss and David Beckham at Vuitton


PARIS (AP) — Africa was the theme in more ways than one at Louis Vuitton's menswear fashion show as the Paris sun scorched shades-wearing celebrity attendees Kate Moss and David Beckham.Here are the highlights of the day's spring-summer 2017 shows.HEATED CELEBRITIESInside the storied courtyard venue — inside the Palais Royal — Moss wore a marbled Louis Vuitton silk shirt and pants and posed for cameras under the sun, followed by a rather wintery looking Beckham in a black knit sweater.Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, 34, appears naked on the cover of ESPN The Magazine's latest "Body Issue."But in the Paris heat it was his clothes the three-time NBA Champion was rocking at Thursday's Louis Vuitton front row — alongside the NFL's Victor Cruz and soccer star Rio Ferdinand."Today I've relaxed and chilled with my Louis V.," he told the Associated Press in Vuitton suit with chic colored markings.Wade, who likes to make time to attend fashion shows when he's not competing
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We tried Burger King's new Mac n' Cheetos — and they're an 'affront to nature'


Burger King is contributing to the fast food battle to create the most bizarre food items possible with their new "Mac n' Cheetos." They are deep-fried mac n' cheese sticks covered with Cheetos flavoring. They will officially debut on June 27th, but we were lucky (?) enough to grab some at a New York location that was already selling them.
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At least 4 tornado touchdowns confirmed in northern Illinois


CHICAGO (AP) — At least six tornadoes touched down in northern Illinois Wednesday night as powerful storms swept across the upper Midwest, damaging rural communities and forcing thousands of soccer fans to seek shelter during the Copa America semifinal in Chicago.The National Weather Service said an EF-2 tornado with estimated top wind speeds of 115-125 mph cut a path more than 11 miles long and about four football fields wide through the city of Pontiac, injuring four people Wednesday night. Survey crews also identified three EF-1 tornadoes, with maximum winds up to 110 mph, that struck Cissna Park, Ottawa and West Brooklyn. No injuries resulted from those storms.Survey crews were investigating damage along three separate supercell paths, the weather service said."We are fortunate things are not worse and are thankful there were no fatalities," Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said in a Thursday morning statement.The storm system produced dime-sized hail in some areas, and its high w
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