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Zahid Mirza dumped his car on the M6 and drowned in marshland
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are returning to their core themes on the last day of campaigning.
Data from Asia, US and Europe finds 23% do not gain enough weight and more than 50% gain too much, increasing risk of premature birth and caesareans
A comprehensive new study has found 75% of women are not gaining a healthy recommended weight when pregnant.
Gaining too little or too much weight during pregnancy increased the risk of premature births or requiring caesareans, it said, and the prevalence of both obesity and excess gestational weight gain was increasing.Continue reading...
Lana has made an instant impact on SmackDown as superstars jostle for bragging rights ahead of Money in the Bank.
Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk has emerged as a £50m target for Liverpool. So what makes the Dutchman so special? Adam Bate takes a look at why he's in demand...
The Goodwins celebrate their golden wedding anniversary despite early opposition
CLAYTON AND Hopelyn Goodwin celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception for family and friends at St. Mary Magdalene church, Longfield, Kent, where they were married in June 1967.
Hopelyn (nee Mills), whose father’s family come from near Jamaica's Runaway Bay in the parish of St. Ann, lived mainly in Kingston, where she attended Merl Grove School; until she moved to London aged 16.
Her husband Clayton, who was born and raised in Longfield, is known to readers for his contributions to The Voice and, for well over fifty years, to The Gleaner.
Dr Kirsty Bonney says she wants to see boys 'equally protected' against cancers caused by HPV.
Guard salaries are driving the costs with one employee for every two inmates, compared with one employee for every four inmates in 1994.
Business improvement district sets out its stall as voting opens on second term
When you're looking for a new job, one of the first things you ask yourself is, how much does it pay?