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Dan Evans said he took phone hacking techniques and technology with him when he joined the News Of The World from The Sunday Mirror in 2004
Undeterred by a lack of snow at the event, the mushers will race on wheels rather than sledges
Don't worry, Disco Stu is safe
Studying the disease among dogs could allow experts to build a defence if human cancers became transmissible
My mate went to Nicaragua on a business trip and so I had to look after his cat for 10 days. No biggie. The guy trusts me. I live nearby so I took the keys from the poor sap, waved him into his cab and set about my task with relish.
"Middlemarch" actress left "drenched in blood" after being bitten three times
Brothel-keeping and child porn among police officers’ crimes
The tiny speckled animal looks to be enjoying the exercise as she trots along on the treadmill
As a 'larger, non-hostile' fellow feline
Study suggests the animals use the wave-like move to test alertness
His owner said the dog's licence has been revoked
Deputy Prime Minister wants the Chancellor to ditch breaks for married couples and employee shareholders
At the end of the Second World War, many leading Nazis were in captivity, and an American army psychiatrist, Captain Douglas Kelley, was given the job of judging whether they were psychologically fit for trial as well as keeping them physically healthy until that date.
Around 1 million people were expected to register to a dating site the day after New Year's Day
A major police search is now underway in south Wales