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Police name woman whose burnt body was found in Chippenham supermarket car park

A woman whose charred remains were discovered in a supermarket car park has been named by police.

Richard Hughes is on track to win his first jockeys' title

Hughes odds-on for jockeys' title after four wins (and a ban) at Bath

After a four-timer at Bath yesterday that took his season's tally to 87 winners, Richard Hughes is as short as 1-3 to take the jockeys' title for the first time, even though Ryan Moore still leads by three. The championship is not decided until early November, with the end of the turf season, but the momentum is now with Hughes.

Rajvinder Kaur jailed for murdering mother-in-law with rolling pin

A woman who bludgeoned her mother-in-law to death in a frenzied rage using a rolling pin has been told she will spend at least 11 years behind bars.

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A woman bludgeoned her mother-in-law to death using a rolling pin, a court heard yesterday.

Horacio Agulla in action for Leicester

Bath sign Argentina wing Horacio Agulla from Leicester

Bath have signed Argentina wing Horacio Agulla from Leicester in the belief the benefits of his international commitments will outweigh his lengthy absences.

Man high on 'bath salts' attacked elderly woman with shovel and claimed he was an alien talking to Jesus

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in Greendale, California after ‘attempting to kill’ a 77-year-old woman by hitting her over the head with a shovel while high on bath salts.

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It takes a bold writer to tackle the epic canvas of the French Revolution, but historical novelist Katharine McMahon, takes no prisoners in her attempt to recreate the rush of events that even at the time seemed more like fiction than fact. As in a previous novel about the Crimean War, The Rose of Sebastopol, the heroine of the piece is an unconventional young woman with a taste for foreign adventure and intrigue.

Jonny May dives over to score his second try

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Bath and North East Somerset Council issues plea to banner thieves

A council is appealing for the return of 21 banners that were stolen in Bath when the Olympic flame passed through the city.

Olympic torch mum in delivery dash

An expectant mother is due to carry the Olympic torch in Bath - just 24 hours before she gives birth.

Dom Joly: Tweets to followers ratio too high? You may be a loony

My second week of hidden camera filming around the UK is over and it has taught me a lot about three of our most visited tourist towns.

Gary Gold had a stint at Newcastle Falcons earlier this year

Gary Gold added to glittering new Bath set-up

If certain Premiership clubs are struggling for coaching staff at the end of a fraught season, there is one very good reason: Bath have recruited them all. The West Country club yesterday confirmed that the former Springbok coach Gary Gold would lead them in 2012-13, supported by the former England defence coach Mike Ford and two of the men at the heart of London Irish's progress in recent years, Toby Booth and Neal Hatley.

How To Be Beautiful: Restorative salts

Bath salts have fulfilled a variety of useful purposes over the years. The Ancient Greeks, for example, used them to mimic sea water's supposedly healing properties. More recently, they have served, when employed as a gift, as a succinct, socially acceptable way of expressing utter indifference to another human being.

David Young says his Wasps side will go for victory against the Falcons

Young: If Newcastle beat us, we deserve to go down

Wasps director of rugby David Young is confident his team can evade relegation from the Premiership after leaving the Recreation Ground with a losing bonus point from Saturday's 17-12 defeat against Bath.

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