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England 58 all out: New Zealand bowl tourists out in first session in Auckland

England are bowled out for 58 - their sixth lowest Test total - before lunch on the first day of the Test series in New Zealand.

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Putin 'will use World Cup like Hitler's Olympics'

Boris Johnson says Moscow's "glorying" in the event sickens him, as he seeks fan safety reassurances.

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Arrests made over worker exploitation fear

Homes in Birmingham and Wolverhampton were raided during the early hours.

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Birmingham ex-gang man to sue police over shooting

Sharif Cousins says he was unarmed and unthreatening when he was shot in an alleyway by officers.

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Birmingham City University are opening a pop-up sex and health shop in Great Western Arcade

It's a free one-day event held from 11.30am to 7pm, in the Great Western Arcade

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Robberies, burglaries, and vehicle crime rocket in Solihull as police station faces axe

MP Julian Knight said the crime rise was ‘concerning’ and has called for the police station to be saved

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Pensioner used Motability car 'as weapon' by deliberately driving into pedestrian at 14mph

The 72 year old said he was driving at 14mph when he ran into the back of a former friend

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Bubbling up: why ‘craft’ sparkling water is being toasted by soft drink lovers

Carbonated water is making a splash as sugary drinks are ditched for healthier options with Instagram-ready packaging. But do we really need water sommeliers?

It’s getting to the point where buying a plastic bottle of still water marks you out as some kind of environmental vandal. But sparkling water? Somehow that’s different. That says you have good taste and care about “clean” drinking. Sparkling water in a can? You’re obviously health-conscious, fashionable and environmentally aware.

The sparkling water wars are upon us, or are at least kicking off in the US and could be heading our way. Last month, PepsiCo launched Bubly, a range of flavoured sparkling waters, packaged in cute, brightly coloured cans. It is going up against the market leader, a brand called La Croix, which has become a hit despite eschewing traditional advertising.

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Driver 'was speeding’ when rider hit

A man taking a test drive in a car he wanted to buy was travelling at twice the speed limit moments before ploughing into a teenage moped rider, a jury heard.

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New McDonald's planned for Stafford

The new restaurant would create around 65 jobs.

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