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: There are almost 165 million cotton paper fivers yet to be withdrawn

: After the release of the new polymer fiver, it's time to look forward to yet more plastic banknotes

: Some of the new polymer fivers are selling for £200 and up - but what serial numbers should you be looking out for?

: The past 12 months has robbed us of many a talent - from Alan Rickman and Terry Wogan, to Muhammad Ali and Gene Wilder

: A trader is being hauled to court in a landmark case over the legality of selling boxes loaded with Kodi

: Staffordshire County Council has today been labelled a ‘shambles’ after it accidentally sent out a list of children in its care.

: Fans of Pokémon will be delighted by the news, after the rise of Pokémon Go last year

: The developer has reportedly sent out a new message teasing the next big update

: Advertorial: A new electric car that's available to buy online, not through a dealer, is coming to Bristol this weekend, when visitors...

: UK bank sees profit fall 62% and extends share buyback

: The Government should commit to the Northern Powerhouse by investing in transport links, the chief executive of Manchester Airport says.

: A strike by London Underground workers is to go ahead after last-ditch talks failed to resolve a row over "displacement" of staff.

: Sutton have promised that reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw will be brought 'back down to earth' after he enjoyed five minutes of fame by eating...

: STEVE Gorvett will stand down as Bristol Rugby chief executive at the end of the season, with Mark Tainton to become the club's...

: ROADWORKS will continue on the M3 near Winchester.

: The school enjoyed their Mums And Dads Carers And Pupils Day (MADCAP)

: It was the moment when former professional rugby player Olly Kohn realised he'd fully made the transition to his new career...

: The Football Association will investigate whether Sutton reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw broke betting rules after eating a pie in the dugout during Monday's 2-0 FA Cup...

: More than 80 per cent of residents who voted in an Express & Star poll yesterday oppose fortnightly bin collections due to be...

: The collision between two cars happened around 8.30pm last night in Wyken

: Nightrider Bristol is back for 2017 – and this year, it's bigger and better than ever.The exciting 100km moonlit cycle ride,...

: TODAY we continue our focus on the Sussex Super Growth Awards, which recognise the 60 fastest expanding businesses.

: One of Cannock’s McDonald’s restaurants wants permission to open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

: FIREFIGHTERS are at the scene of a blaze at a house on Emerald Street, in Middlesbrough.

: WHEN Lynda Hulcoop went into her local Sainsbury’s to exchange money, she was looking forward to visiting Zimbabwe for a church project.

: MOTORISTS are facing an unusual reason for motorway delays this morning - a swan.

: Stella McCartney has apologised after she bashed into the back of a minicab and drove off without giving sufficient details.

: Gregg Evans analyses last night's match between Newcastle United and Villa

: Plumb Center owner Wolseley has inked a deal that will see it expand further into Switzerland.

: Mining giant Anglo American has swung to a full-year profit after it was boosted by recovering commodity prices and a cost-cutting drive.

: R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers insists the organisation should "stay out of politics" after revealing its relationship with Turnberry owner Donald...
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