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Giant Spanish mackerel plucked from sea by Osprey

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By Andrew Atkinson A Spanish mackerel has been plucked from the sea by an Osprey - as beachgoers looked on in astonishment. A Chief meteorologist said ...

PGA Tour confirm June return for tournament golf

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By Andrew Atkinson Chief sports editor The PGA Tour has announced plans for tournament golf to return in June - with the first four events...

IN THE BUNKER WITH MICK THE GRIP

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As we can't watch the Masters this month, just a reminder of what we're missing.  Amen corner at Augusta.  Sigh! THE PAR 3 12th AT...

Julian Lennon in emergency cancer scare

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By Andrew Atkinson Julian Lennon has undergone an emergency operation in having surgery to remove a cancerous growth, almost five years after his mother Cynthia...

Workplace Injury On-Site: What are Your Legal Rights?

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Getting injured on-site is very common, especially when you’re working in specific hands-on fields. If you’re working in construction, in a factory, or even...

Fuel prices start the year on a high due to Middle...

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The price of a litre of fuel in Spain has increased in price by at least 2% so far this year due to the...

Want to Become a Music Producer One Day? Here’s How

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Music production involves writing, creating, arranging, and recording beats, voice, and melody to come up with what is referred to as music. As a...

How to Create a CV that Screams “Hire Me!”

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As the employment scene gets more competitive with each passing day, landing your dream job can feel like it's slipping away from your very...

Boeing Sack Chief in Wake of 737 MAX Crashes

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Boeing has sacked chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, in a bid to restore confidence in the airline company. David Calhoun, Boeing's current chairman, will take over...