Police found a weapons arsenal at the home of James Holmes

Gun sales soar in Colorado in wake of cinema killings

Citizens rush to arm themselves as public paranoia sparks incidents in other states

New report suggests UK housing market will never be able to supply enough homes

Government urged to develop an active long-term strategy to ensure homes for future generations

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White Cliffs in New South Wales was identified as the inland town most vulnerable to climate change

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Disabled home-seekers claim property industry is in "dark ages"

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Police commandos outside the scene of the siege in Karlsruhe

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Paul Newman: TV producers will seek a repeat as viewing figures go through roof

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It seems reports of the death of the housing market may be an exaggeration. According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, gross mortgage lending in May climbed 13 per cent from a year earlier and 24 per cent on April.

Girl, 3, dies in Sheffield flats fall

A mother watched in horror as her two-year-old daughter plunged to her death from the fourth floor of a block of flats.

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