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Robert Heneghan jailed for 19 years for murdering his friend Sam Bee at a house party
Sasha Marsden died as a result of 'significant stab wounds'
Queens Park Rangers 2 MK Dons 4
A man who was swept into the sea in gale-force winds, leading to a search operation involving the Duke of Cambridge, has been named by police.
Youngster on verge of new deal
Sale Sharks 6 Toulon 17: Sale heartened by performance against big-spending Pool Six leaders
The Championship's perennial bridesmaids may finally join their Swansea rivals in the top flight
They are surely the romantics' favourites to go up via the Championship play-offs, and Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has vowed that if the Tangerines earn promotion this season, it will be as the great entertainers.
Police issue new CCTV footage of man wanted for killings in Whitby and Middlesbrough
Off he went with a trumpety-trump, narrowly avoiding disaster as he stormed through a car park.
The funeral of the comedian Frank Carson took place yesterday in his home city of Belfast. Showbusiness figures from Britain and Ireland attended the requiem mass at St Patrick's Church.
'I've got a pilot's licence – I find it very relaxing'
West Brom 1-2 Norwich
Fleetwood Town 1 Blackpool 5
When, during the recessionary 1970s, commercially exploitable oil reserves were discovered in the North Sea, the sense of national relief – exuberance, even – was palpable. Here was not just the possibility of a new British industry, but also the prospect of fuel for businesses and homes delivered from our own backyard rather than that of the King of Saudi Arabia or the Shah of Iran.