Press Association 2014 LATEST

BNP expels 'disunity bid' Griffin

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: British National Party party leader Nick Griffin who has been expelled from membership of the BNP.

12:26am Thursday 2nd October 2014

The British National Party has expelled former leader Nick Griffin for allegedly "trying to cause disunity" in a bid to destabilise the organisation.

Caine hailed 'greatest movie actor'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sir Michael Caine arrives at the Royal Albert Hall.

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Sir Michael Caine was hailed as the "greatest movie actor" Britain has produced as stars gathered to celebrate his career at London's Albert Hall.

EastEnders cleans up at soap awards

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Danny Dyer with his best actor trophy at the Inside Soap Awards.

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

EastEnders was the big winner at the Inside Soap Awards, picking up the prestigious Best Soap gong as well as three other cast prizes.

Chetna latest to exit Bake Off

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: BBC handout photo of Chetna Makan, who was the latest contestant to be eliminated from The Great British Bake Off.

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Fashion designer Chetna Makan has failed to make the cut with Great British Bake Off judges as viewers saw her eliminated from the show.

Actress J-Law 'best-dressed woman'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Jennifer Lawrence has topped a list of the world's best-dressed women

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence has topped a list of the world's best-dressed women.

Fall in UK universities on top list

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Cambridge University Kings College Chapel.

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

The UK's reputation for world-class universities could be losing ground amid continuing fierce competition from overseas, according to international rankings.

Neuroticism linked to Alzheimer's

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Columbia University handout photo of a computer generated image showing Alzheimer's disease starting in the entorhinal cortex (yellow). Brain scans showed how the disease spreads from this area to other cortical regions (red).

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Anxious, jealous, moody or distressed middle aged women may be putting themselves at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to a 38-year long study.

GP 'workforce crisis' highlighted

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Experts said patients could be left without a GP or forced to travel miles to their nearest practice

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Thousands of patients could be left without a GP if more is not done to address a "workforce crisis" among family doctors, experts have said.

11-year-old caught drink-driving

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: An average of 1,000 people aged under 18 have been convicted of drink-driving per year since 2008, according to police figures obtained by Nextbase

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Children as young as 11 and 12 are being caught drinking and driving, police records show.

Conference tackles Ebola threat

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Residents of a Liberian village watch members of District 13 ambulance service pick up six suspected Ebola sufferers (AP)

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

The international community will gather today in London for a conference to raise awareness about killer virus Ebola.

Alice Gross murder probe continues

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: A police tent on the towpath by the River Brent in Hanwell, west London, after the Alice Gross investigation became a murder inquiry

12:21am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A post-mortem examination on the body of tragic teenager Alice Gross is expected to resume today.

Yorkshire duo win top awards

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Alex Lees, right, scooped the young player of the year award at the PCA awards

12:13am Thursday 2nd October 2014

County Championship-winning Yorkshire duo Adam Lyth and Alex Lees claimed the top accolades at the Professional Cricketers' Association awards.

Homeowners 'have no rate rise plan'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Banks and building societies are warning homeowners to start planning now for the impact of increased mortgage costs on their budgets

12:04am Thursday 2nd October 2014

More than half of mortgage holders have no plan in place for how they will cope with interest rate rises, according to research from a Government-backed body.

J-Law named best-dressed woman

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Jennifer Lawrence has been named the world's best dressed woman

12:03am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Jennifer Lawrence has topped a list of the world's best-dressed women.

Strellar performance from Basle

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Mario Balotelli and Liverpool suffered a major blow after losing in Basle.

9:50pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Liverpool became the latest big-name English scalp to be claimed by Basle who capitalised on the Reds' well-known vulnerability at set-pieces.

No doubts for Anderson

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Jimmy Anderson, right, praised Alastair Cook's, left, character in a testing summer for England

9:13pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

England "never doubted" Alastair Cook would remain as captain for the 2015 World Cup, according to Jimmy Anderson.

EastEnders cleans up at soap awards

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sam Strike, Maddy Hill, Danny Dyer, Kellie Bright and Danny-Boy Hatchard attending the Inside Soap Awards at DSTRKT, London.

9:04pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

EastEnders was the big winner at tonight's Inside Soap Awards, picking up the prestigious Best Soap gong as well as three other cast prizes.

Rhinos boss waiting on decision

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: A tribunal has deferred a decision on a charge of improper conduct against Gary Hetherington

8:52pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

A rugby league tribunal has concluded its hearing to an allegation of improper conduct by Leeds chief executive Gary Hetherington but has deferred its decision.

MP calls for more minority coaches

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: MP John Mann believes football is missing out on 'a wealth of talent' because of the low number of black and ethnic minority mangers

8:43pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

A Labour MP has called for the introduction of a new rule for English football to ensure that black and ethnic minority candidates are always represented in the interview process for head coaching positions.

Caine hailed 'greatest movie actor'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sir Michael Caine arrives at the Royal Albert Hall for a special interview with Jonathan Ross as they look back on his career

8:13pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Sir Michael Caine was hailed as the "greatest movie actor" Britain has produced as stars gathered to celebrate his career at London's Albert Hall.

Caine hailed 'greatest movie actor'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sir Michael Caine arrives at the Royal Albert Hall for an interview with Jonathan Ross as they look back on his career with clips and music from his best-known films in aid of the NSPCC

8:07pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Sir Michael Caine was hailed as the "greatest movie actor" Britain has produced as stars gathered to celebrate his career at London's Albert Hall.

'A lot of romance' in Dracula film

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Fans may be surprised by how romantic Luke Evans' new film Dracula Untold is

8:06pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Luke Evans revealed fans may be surprised by how romantic his new film Dracula Untold is, at the premiere in London tonight.

'A lot of romance' in Dracula film

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Luke Evans stars in the new Dracula movie

7:58pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Luke Evans revealed fans may be surprised by how romantic his new film Dracula Untold is, at the premiere in London tonight.

Mirallas faces spell on sidelines

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Aiden McGeady joined Everton from Spartak Moscow in January

7:20pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is facing "a while" on the sidelines due to his hamstring injury, Toffees boss Roberto Martinez has revealed.

Costa confident over fitness

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Chelsea and Spain forward Diego Costa has problematic hamstrings

5:50pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Chelsea's Diego Costa has no intention of skipping international duty with Spain despite Jose Mourinho's concerns over the striker's fragile hamstrings.

Sturridge decision for Hodgson

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: England manager Roy Hodgson has to decide whether or not to recall Daniel Sturridge, pictured, following his injury struggles

5:34pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

England manager Roy Hodgson is today having to decide whether to call-up Daniel Sturridge against Liverpool's will.

Man held in 'exploitation' probe

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: The offences allegedly occurred in Aylesbury

4:29pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

A man has been arrested by police investigating alleged child sex exploitation.

Sherlock foes in Roses rematch

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is linking up again with screen foe Andrew Scott

4:27pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Andrew Scott are set to rekindle their rivalry playing kings in the BBC's latest Shakespeare adaptation.

Ouseley: We don't deserve Rio jibe

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Rio Ferdinand, red, warming up on the day he refused to wear a Kick It Out anti-racism campaign T-shirt.

4:19pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

The head of football's anti-discrimination body Kick It Out has responded to attacks by Rio Ferdinand in his autobiography by saying it deserves better than to be his "punchbag".

Baby boy for actress Claire Sweeney

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Claire Sweeney has given birth to a boy called Walton

4:12pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Former Brookside star Claire Sweeney has given birth to a boy and named him after the part of Liverpool where she was born.

Couples 'most annoying on Facebook'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Facebook users who post about their partner were the most irritating updaters, according to a survey

3:54pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Couples who declare their love for each other on Facebook have been revealed as the most annoying users of the social network.

Samsung reassure over handset gap

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Samsung have told owners of its new Galaxy Note 4 that a gap between the screen and the body is nothing to worry about

3:32pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Samsung is the latest major smartphone manufacturer to suffer a public design issue after reports of a gap between the screen and metal body of the new Galaxy Note 4 handset.

Embattled bank defends tattoo ad

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: The Co-operative Bank suffered "a hurricane of negative publicity"

3:32pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

The Co-operative Bank's ethics chief was today forced to defend a new television advert depicting a man having "Ethics & Values" etched on his back after it emerged the tattoo was a fake.

Kompany backs City to recover

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany in convinced his side can still come good in the Champions League

3:14pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Captain Vincent Kompany insists Manchester City have not been derailed in their latest Champions League quest.

Smith to run rule over Russell

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Matty Russell is back in full training

2:59pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Warrington coach Tony Smith will make a late decision on the fitness of full-back Matty Russell ahead of Friday's semi-final against Wigan.

McIlroy wins PGA Tour award

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Rory McIlroy has been voted PGA Tour player of the year

2:59pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

World number one Rory McIlroy has been voted PGA Tour player of the year for the second time in three seasons.

George Clooney for US president?

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Is the White House beckoning for George Clooney?

2:11pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

George Clooney's marriage has sparked rumours he could have his eye on the White House.

X Factor boyband are cry babies

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: The X Factor's latest creation are currently known as New Boy Band

2:09pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

The X Factor's new boyband have admitted they let their emotions get the better of them when they discovered they had all made it to the final.

Driver jailed for three-death crash

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Jak Parker egged on another motorist to race and caused a horrific crash in Front Street, Shotton Colliery which killed three women (Durham Police/PA)

2:09pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

A driver who egged on another motorist to race and caused a horrific crash which killed three women has been jailed for 12 and a half years.

Jennifer Garner scared of internet

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Jennifer Garner stars in Men, Women And Children

1:59pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

Jennifer Garner has joked she thought her new film Men, Women And Children was a horror movie when she first heard about it - because it highlights how dangerous the internet can be.

AC/DC star Young 'has dementia'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Malcolm Young (far left) is reportedly suffering from dementia

1:06pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

AC/DC rocker Malcolm Young, who recently left the band due to ill-health, is reportedly suffering from dementia.

Mother's plea to missing daughter

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: The parents of 15-year-old Yusra Hussien, who is believed to be heading to join extremists in Syria, have urged her to come home

12:37pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

The mother of a missing schoolgirl feared to be heading to Syria after becoming radicalised online has made an emotional plea for her to "please, please come back".

Monty Python inspired Bale's Moses

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Christian Bale stars as Moses in Exodus: Gods And Kings

11:46am Wednesday 1st October 2014

Christian Bale has told how he watched Monty Python's Life Of Brian as part of his research for playing Moses in Exodus: Gods And Kings.

Honda puts off driver discussions

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Talks between McLaren and Honda this weekend will not centre on the future of their current drivers Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, pictured

11:44am Wednesday 1st October 2014

Honda intends to schedule meetings with McLaren over the course of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend - but the driver line-up for next season is likely to be off the agenda.

Ex-MI6 chief's tracking warning

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Sir John Scarlett said that there is a "generational divide"

11:37am Wednesday 1st October 2014

Parents must be aware that their children can be tracked online by "predators", the former head of MI6 has warned.

Teacher 'may have been low risk'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Martin Goldberg was found dead in his home

11:07am Wednesday 1st October 2014

A teacher found to have covertly filmed children, after he was discovered dead, may have been assessed as a "low risk" by detectives, a police and crime commissioner (PCC) has said.

Royal Mint cashes in with tiny coin

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: The coin is the smallest the Royal Mint has produced since the Norman Conquest in 1066

11:07am Wednesday 1st October 2014

A tiny coin measuring 8mm across has been unveiled as the smallest created by the Royal Mint in nearly 1,000 years.

Bride-to-be drowned in holiday pool

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Coroner Andrew Bradley said post-mortem examinations gave a cause of death consistent with drowning for Emma Campbell

11:07am Wednesday 1st October 2014

A bride-to-be drowned in the swimming pool of her family's holiday home in Menorca on the morning that she was going to view the church where she was to be married, an inquest has heard.

Hockey coaches tackle three peaks

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Assistant hockey coach Jon Bleby dribbling a hockey ball up Ben Nevis in Scotland

11:07am Wednesday 1st October 2014

Two national hockey coaches are aiming to dribble two hockey balls up and down the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales for charity.

Begg condemns Muslim 'demonisation'

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Moazzam Begg has walked free from jail

11:07am Wednesday 1st October 2014

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg accused the Government of "demonising the Muslim community" as he walked free from jail after terror charges linked to the civil war in Syria were dramatically dropped.

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