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American actress Amanda Bynes, star of 2006 film She's The Man, has been arrested in New York City after she threw a marijuana bong out of a window.
Some employees at corporation get six-figure sums just to relocate to new base in North-west
TV star Holly Willoughby has bemoaned the loss of live Saturday-morning children's TV.
Children's cartoon character Shaun The Sheep is to star in his own movie.
... but residents of the Kent town are not convinced that its the best way to revive their high street, as Charlie Cooper discovered
A Chanel advert featuring actress Keira Knightley has been banned during children's programming after a watchdog ruled its sexually suggestive content was unsuitable for younger viewers.
Spokeswoman denied media suggestions that the theft and ransom note were part of a marketing stunt
Details of the three very different new episodes have been released
Andrew Partington, 27, an unemployed father-of-six, pleaded guilty to manslaughter via videolink at Manchester Crown Court
Peppa Pig, Horrible Histories and a trio of teenage actors and games designers were among the winners of the British Academy Children's Awards.
But Cosgrove warns work may go to China if a promised tax break is delayed
Puppeteer behind Sesame Street's most widely loved character resigns over alleged relationships with teenagers
An advert for a brand of ham featuring a group of naked picnickers prompted 371 complaints, the majority objecting that it was offensive.
Hurrah for Brandeis, the latest furry creature to join the cast of Sesame Street, a yellow Labrador retriever. This being Sesame Street, he is not just any old canine; Brandeis is a service dog, there to teach children that some people have special circumstances and need a bit of extra help. In his debut he starts his training, learning how to open drawers, turn on lights, and pick up and collect things.
Janet Cope, who worked for Savile for 32 years until she was suddenly sacked in 2001
Darts broadcaster Sid Waddell has died at the age of 72, his manager has confirmed.