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Channel 5 to revive All Creatures Great and Small

Classic rural TV drama All Creatures Great and Small is making a comeback. The adventures of Yorkshire vet James Herriot, which originally ran on BBC1 from 1978 to 1990, is being given a fresh interpretation by Channel 5. The six-part series, a co-production with American broadcaster PBS, is due to....

The wait is over as Stranger Things season three finally lands

We're already half way through 2019 which means there's still half a year to go until Christmas - but Netflix is bringing all the gifts this month. For fans of Stranger Things the wait is finally over as July 4 sees the arrival of the third season. But that isn't all that's new in the schedule, with....

Volunteer for Open Table to changes lives – including your own. Training starts in July: A Greater Cleveland

Now, consider what would happen if we all expanded our definition of family to include the most vulnerable in our community. The single mothers and their children, living in Cleveland’s poorest neighborhoods. Those who are fighting addiction or facing housing instability.

Possible outcome of Trump-Xi meeting: A truce in trade war

WASHINGTON American businesses are bracing for a painful escalation in President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Yet they might just get a reprieve. If history repeats itself — and most analysts are betting it will — Trump and President Xi Jinping will agree to some kind of cease-fire when they....

Possible outcome of Trump-Xi meeting: A truce in trade war

WASHINGTON American businesses are bracing for a painful escalation in President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Yet they might just get a reprieve. If history repeats itself — and most analysts are betting it will — Trump and President Xi Jinping will agree to some kind of cease-fire when they....

Argos working to minimise job losses after closure of Cork store

Argos says that it is working to minimise the job losses associated with the closure of its store in Cork city centre. The UK retailer confirmed that its premises in the Queens Old Castle on Cork's Grand Parade will shut in November, just before the Christmas shopping season. It has traded in the building for more than 20 years.

Argos working to minimise job losses after closure of Cork store

Argos says that it is working to minimise the job losses associated with the closure of its store in Cork city centre. The UK retailer confirmed that its premises in the Queens Old Castle on Cork's Grand Parade will shut in November, just before the Christmas shopping season. It has traded in the building for more than 20 years.

Study shines light on how vulnerable children are trafficked in Nigeria

The international trafficking of children has received much attention in recent times. But, little attention has been paid to how it plays out and its unique dynamics in Nigeria. Child trafficking is one of the most flourishing organised criminal enterprises in Nigeria.

Candles Market Research Report Outlook (2019-2023): Key Players Review, Development History and Future Prospects

The Global Candles Market is expected to register noteworthy growth during the forecast period. One of the significant reasons for the growth of the candles market is the rising use of scented candles as a homecare product. Increasing per capita disposable incomes have affected consumer spending behavior.

InYourArea 5 Simple Ways To Effectively Grow Your Electrical Business Here's a run down of 5 simple and easy to use local marketing strategies that you can instantly use to grow your electrical business locally....

As a business owner - especially a local one - you have to be entrepreneurial. This is especially the case if you're a local tradesman like an electrician. Your ability to perform above standard electrical work is one thing, BUT being able to adequately market your services is an entirely different one.

Plotting no-deal chaos shows how desperate Remainers are to be right about Brexit

W ho could forget the Remain campaign's referendum warnings that merely voting to leave the European Union would leave the United Kingdom in a recession by Christmas, with borrowing and unemployment soaring while house prices, productivity and real wages tumble? Remainer politicians must wish we....

Possible outcome of Trump-Xi meeting: A truce in trade war

WASHINGTON American businesses are bracing for a painful escalation in President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Yet they might just get a reprieve. If history repeats itself — and most analysts are betting it will — Trump and President Xi Jinping will agree to some kind of cease-fire when they....

Paulton woman describes fight against cancer that claimed her mum and grandma in three months

A former martial arts champion diagnosed with cancer has spoken frankly about the death of her mum and grandmother from the disease. Kerry Burridge lost her grandmother and then her mother to ovarian cancer in the space of just three months in 2002. Now 41, she is fighting the same cancer and has had two tumours removed from her ovaries.

Candles Market Overview 2019-2023: Retail Investors, Comprehensive Insights, Retail Trends and Development Strategy

The Global Candles Market is expected to register noteworthy growth during the forecast period. One of the significant reasons for the growth of the candles market is the rising use of scented candles as a homecare product. Increasing per capita disposable incomes have affected consumer spending behavior.

Much-loved James Herriot drama All Creatures Great and Small to return for new TV series

Yorkshire Dales veterinary drama All Creatures Great and Small is coming back to our screens. The original adaptation of the James Herriot books, written by Thirsk vet Alf Wight, ran from 1978 until 1990 and was shown on the BBC. Channel 5 have commissioned a new series and a Christmas special, which will be filmed on location in Yorkshire.

The Three Peaks: How Yorkshire's most famous walk has put a community under strain

CRO volunteer Jonty Rhodes, a keen climber, lives in Horton and admits he often spends summer Saturday evenings 'sweeping up waifs and strays' from Ingleborough as dusk falls. "Three Peaks walkers are our bread and butter now! We get quite a lot of unnecessary call-outs from people who aren't prepared.

Hey Vern! Jim Varney's 'Ernest' remembered by Memphis twins in 'Ernest Day' documentary

His looming elastic face and motormouthed hayseed baritone were as ubiquitous in the 1980s South as mosquitoes — and as annoying, in the opinions of some viewers, who wondered why this invasive "Ernest" character was all over the television, nosing toward the camera with his cry of "Hey, Vern!" and....

James Herriot’s All Creatures Great And Small to be adapted for Channel 5

James Herriot’s All Creatures Great And Small is to be adapted for a new TV series and Christmas special ahead of the 50th anniversary of the original publication of the books. The episodes will film on location in Yorkshire later this year, Channel 5 has announced.

James Herriot’s All Creatures Great And Small to be adapted for Channel 5

James Herriot’s All Creatures Great And Small is to be adapted for a new TV series and Christmas special ahead of the 50th anniversary of the original publication of the books. The episodes will film on location in Yorkshire later this year, Channel 5 has announced.

The Libertines to play Bournemouth as part of UK Christmas tour

INDIE royalty The Libertines will be heading to Bournemouth as part of their massive UK Christmas tour. The band, famous for songs such as Don’t Look Back Into The Sun and What a Waster, will be heading to the O2 Academy in Boscombe on Tuesday, December 3. The band are playing nine dates on the big December tour.

Council planning officers are recommending refusal

A drop-in centre for the homeless in Hull is facing an uncertain future after opening without planning permisision. Based in a former shop unit in Charles Street in the city centre , the volunteer-run centre is operated by the Raise the Roof charity. It serves free breakfasts for rough sleepers and....

The Flight of the RoboBee

In the Harvard Microrobotics Lab, on a late afternoon in August, decades of research culminated in a moment of stress as the tiny, groundbreaking Robobee made its first solo flight. Graduate student Elizabeth Farrell Helbling, PhD '19, and postdoctoral fellow Noah T. Jafferis from the Harvard John A.

Only Fools and Horses fan spends £3,000 to get cast tattooed on his back

AN Only Fools and Horses superfan has forked out thousands of pounds to get his favourite characters mange-tattooed on his back. Dean Paine told the Echo of his love for the iconic TV show and how he decided to spend 3,000 the body art. Progress - three months into his Dean's project. Big day - Dean with the iconic car on his wedding day.

My amazing sister died of asthma when she was just 19 — now we're making sure her little boy knows who she was

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in June. Gabbiee Hornsey was at home when she received a call from her sister Dominique, just like she did most days. They were both planning to go to the park the next day to have a picnic with the kids. Little did Gabbiee know that it would be the last time she would ever speak to her sister.