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Murder suspect 'may have been obsessed' with British backpacker

The alleged killer of a 21-year-old British backpacker in Australia may have been obsessed with her and launched his attack after taking cannabis, police have said.

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Baby 'unable to smile' at centre of court treatment dispute

A seriously-ill baby who a specialist says does not seem able to smile is at the centre of a High Court life-support treatment dispute.

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Two months in jail for ex-councillor who provided false address

A former city councillor has been jailed for two months after pleading guilty to providing a false address to an elections officer.

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Jack Russell's owners sought after boy, 2, goes to hospital with dog bite

A two-year-old boy was taken to hospital after being bitten by a dog.

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Concerns grow for safety of vulnerable 15-year-old girl

Concerns are growing for the safety of a vulnerable 15-year-old schoolgirl who has not been seen in almost a month.

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Baby death case reporting restrictions to stay in place

A High Court judge has ruled that the identity of a baby who died after being at the centre of family court litigation cannot be revealed in media reports.

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Find out why my brother died, begs sister of student killed by boxer

The sister of a university student killed when he was punched by a professional boxer has made an emotional appeal to an inquest to answer questions about her brother's death.

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Mother pays tribute to 'beloved daughter' stabbed to death at Australian hostel

The mother of 21-year-old Mia Ayliffe-Chung who was stabbed to death at an Australian backpackers' hostel has paid tribute to an "amazing young woman with an adventurous spirit".

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Madeleine McCann police may seek more Government cash for 'outstanding work'

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have "outstanding work" left to do on the inquiry and may apply for more Home Office funding.

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Footballers banned from UK racecourses over Cheltenham 'urination' incident

Two professional footballers who apparently urinated into a glass at the Cheltenham Festival have been banned from attending racecourses in Britain.

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Man on trial for alleged abuse of two girls at children's home

A 73-year-old man has gone on trial accused of molesting two young girls at a children's home in the 1970s.

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Four in court over Black Lives Matter protest

Four people accused of taking part in a Black Lives Matter protest, which brought parts of Nottingham to a standstill, have appeared in court.

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Man and woman face court charged with drug and sex offences

A man and woman have appeared in court charged with multiple counts of historical drug and sexual assault offences.

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Dragon Peter Jones puts Jessops back in the picture in Leicester

Camera retailer Jessops has returned to the city where it started trading - three years after the company entered administration.

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Pc faces misconduct hearing over eBay sale of stolen kayak

A police officer who stole a kayak and paddles before selling them on eBay is due to face a misconduct hearing next week.

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Psychologists work out why we stay loyal to our football club - even in defeat

Loyalty to a football club is heightened by defeat as well as victory, a study has found.

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Health scare dentist Desmond D'Mello removed from register

A "deplorable" dentist whose surgery hygiene standards sparked a major health scare and more than 22,000 patients to be recalled has been kicked out of the profession.

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East Midlands Airport plans weekend closures for runway resurfacing

East Midlands Airport will be closed to all traffic over seven consecutive weekends for runway resurfacing works.

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Twins put rivalry aside to help each other to A-level success

Twins Luke and Kieran Fowler said sibling rivalry went out the window as they helped each other to A-level success.

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350 jobs could be axed after pizza firm loses Tesco contract

Hundreds of jobs are at risk at a Nottingham food factory after a contract with supermarket giant Tesco was lost, a union has said.

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