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Bendtner settles Arsenal nerves to bring elusive trophy one step closer

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The township of Grantham, in the Lockyer Valley – an area known as Australia's salad bowl – was a desolate sight yesterday, with the receding waters exposing a mountain of sodden debris including furniture and a child's swing. Houses swept off their stumps by the ferocious torrent sat surrounded by rubbish and tangled wreckage.

Chelsea not working hard enough says Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard admits Chelsea have not worked hard enough to arrest their alarming slide down the Barclays Premier League.

Keane puts derby defeat behind him as Ipswich reach semis

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Ipswich fightback ends Cobblers cup run

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McGugan lowers Keane sights

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Keane urges Rooney to put himself first

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has advised Wayne Rooney to make sure he puts his own interests first.

Juvenile protection expert jailed for child porn

A retired academic who specialised in childcare was jailed today after admitting a string of child pornography charges, prosecutors said.

Millwall continue to struggle at home as Ipswich progress

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Cardiff left to rue costly errors from Matthews

Ipswich Town 2, Cardiff City 0: Substitute scores own goal and is at fault for second as Keane's Ipswich earn valuable victory

Youngest female double murderer jailed

Britain's youngest female double murderer was given a life sentence today for killing her father and a woman in separate incidents when she was just 15.

Spain extradition order for man accused of girlfriend's murder

A judge today ordered the extradition of a British man wanted in Spain over the murder of his girlfriend.

Rare Roman lantern found in UK farmer's field

An intact Roman lantern made of bronze, believed by experts to be the only one of its kind in Britain, has been unearthed in a field by a metal-detecting enthusiast.

Edwards storms Palace but Keane is still blue

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Stoke sign Walters from Ipswich

Stoke have announced the signing of Jon Walters from Ipswich for an initial £2.75million.

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