Sport Gloucester centre Henry Trinder has agreed a new deal with his life-long club

Trinder caps his autumn off with a new deal with the Cherry and Whites after call-up to England squad

Anti-speed camera council leader served driving ban

The leader of a council considering scrapping speed cameras was once banned from driving for speeding, it was revealed today.

Council may stop funding speed cameras

A town council is threatening to withdraw funding from its speed camera network after describing the cameras as "a blatant tax on the motorist".

Dom Joly: Angry folk of Weston are as nothing next to killer cows

I suffer from very severe aesthetic depression

Filipino whose wife died after blunder by NHS to be deported

A man whose wife died as a result of an NHS blunder has lost his right to remain in Britain, in what a coroner described yesterday as an "extraordinary" decision.

Dom Joly: I took no prisoners when I fought the parking Nazis

It must be the effect of making my new TV series 'The Complainers', but lately I've become much more vocal in expressing my disapproval of things.

Howell's magic runs out in play-off defeat

France's Grégory Bourdy denied David Howell what would have been an amazing victory yesterday, winning the Portuguese Open at the third hole of a play-off at Oitavos Dunes.

New mother 'unlawfully killed' by blunder

A new mother was unlawfully killed when an epidural drug was mistakenly fed into her arm via an intravenous drip, an inquest jury found today.

Burley promotes his Mr Motivator to stir Scotland

The first time George Burley and Terry Butcher put their heads together, Burley smashed Butcher's cheekbone. That was in a 1978 pre-season friendly accident when they were Ipswich club-mates chasing the same ball. Almost 30 years on, Scotland's new management team yesterday looked forward to making a shuddering impact of a different kind: reaching the World Cup in South Africa.

Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Just the odd kiss...

Dear Virginia, I'm 48 and a widow. Six months ago I met a wonderful man of 50. We share everything and we love each other. But he won't have sex with me - just the odd kiss. He says I am in too much of a hurry and it was a year before he and his last girlfriend went to bed. Do you think he's impotent and embarrassed? How can I broach this? Yours sincerely, Fiona

Sharon Stone: This heart of Stone

The actress cries on cue and cares about social injustice, but Gill Pringle still finds it hard to warm to the woman best-known for uncrossing her legs in 'Basic Instinct'

World-beater Howell ready to move into major league

Britain's new No 1 proves winners can be grinners
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