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Briton wins damages for hotel with too many Germans
Briton wins damages for hotel with too many Germans
A British holidaymaker was awarded compensation by a court because there were too many German tourists at the hotel he booked into in Greece,...
Australia's postal service makes weighty decision
Australia's postal service makes weighty decision
Australia's postal service has increased the maximum weight for its delivery staff after struggling to attract applicants weighing less than 90kg,...
London police forced to create diverse mascots
London police forced to create diverse mascots
London's metropolitan police have been forced to spend £15 000 creating "ethnically diverse" mascots after complaints about a model...
Harbhajan slams 'despicable' Aussie crowd behaviour
Harbhajan slams 'despicable' Aussie crowd behaviour
Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh has lashed out at Australian crowds after being cleared of allegations he made monkey gestures and spat toward fans...
Hayden's 'obnoxious weed' barb reignites hostilities
Hayden's 'obnoxious weed' barb reignites hostilities
Claims and counter-claims flew on Thursday after senior Australian batsman Matthew Hayden was officially reprimanded for calling Indian spinner...
England coach Johnson faces player strike
England coach Johnson faces player strike
New England rugby coach Martin Johnson is facing his first major crisis since taking over at Twickenham, with the country's leading players...
Brown seeks to quell revolt after elections
Brown seeks to quell revolt after elections
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is looking to make popular concessions in a bid to win back support for his beleaguered Labour government after its...
Mark Thatcher marries again in secret
Mark Thatcher marries again in secret
Mark Thatcher, the son of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, has married again in a secret ceremony in Gibraltar, according to a...
Thatcher shrugs off E Guinea's bid to arrest him
Thatcher shrugs off E Guinea's bid to arrest him
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's son shrugged off Equatorial Guinea's attempts to have him arrested for his alleged role in a plot...
Knights Templar: The last charge
Knights Templar: The last charge
The accountancy firm that looks after children's entertainers the Wiggles is not an obvious place to search for the Holy Grail, but that's where...
Never mind the bollocks, the Sex Pistols ride again
Never mind the bollocks, the Sex Pistols ride again
A group of 50-somethings will try to put some anarchy back into rock'n'roll on Thursday as the Sex Pistols launch their brief reunion tour with a...
Zimbabwe gloats over UN stalemate
Zimbabwe gloats over UN stalemate
The Zimbabwe government savoured a rare diplomatic victory on Wednesday after the United Nations Security Council failed to agree on how to respond...

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