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Royal couple meet India's endangered animals

William and Kate get to know some of India's most endangered animals including rhinos and elephants.

Music producer and reality TV star David Gest dies at 62

Music producer and reality TV star David Gest has died in London aged 62 - his friend Imad Handi says in a statement.

Wild Tigers On The Rise

The number of Tigers living in the wild has gone up for the first time in 100 years, this is according to new figures released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Sir Terry Wogan dies aged 77 from cancer

The BBC has confirmed the TV and radio presenter has died

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Questions over whether we're recycling properly

Councils are rejecting over 20% of recycling bins as they're filled with the wrong rubbish

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Could X Factor winner Louisa Johnson miss out on the Christmas number 1?

Her first single 'Forever Young' has been called a 'flop'!

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BREAKING: Oscar Pistorius conviction changed to murder

Oscar Pistorius's conviction will be changed to murder

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Lancashire Trade Unions urge government not to bomb Syria

Trade Union representatives have written to all our local MPs asking them not oppose plans to bomb Syria. It is part of the fight against terrorism and the so-called Islamic State but the TUC think that giving the go-ahead for airstrikes will only make matters worse.

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School children given same school funding

Changes to the school funding will see all pupils have the same money spent on them

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First British victim confirmed in Paris terror attacks

36 year old Nick Alexander has been named as the first British man to be killed

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Could a fiver featuring Jane Austen be worth thousands of pounds?

Could a fiver featuring Jane Austen be worth thousands of pounds?

People with £5 notes in their pockets are being urged to check them carefully, in case they could fetch thousands of pounds more.

Stricter measures to stop stalkers 'in their tracks'

Stricter measures to stop stalkers 'in their tracks'

Stricter laws on so-called "stranger stalking" are to be introduced by the Government in an attempt to help victims earlier.

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