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Wayne Lineker, 59, gets into a verbal altercation at Ocean Beach Club when man 'calls him a n***e after asking for a picture'

Wayne Lineker has been filmed having a verbal altercation with a man at Ocean Beach Club after he was reportedly called a 'n***e'. The entrepreneur, 59, shared clips taken at the Ibiza club on Thursday and said the unnamed individual asked for his picture and called him the slang term for a paedophile.

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Wayne Lineker, 59, gets into a verbal altercation at Ocean Beach Club when man 'calls him a n***e after asking for a picture'

The Labyrinth Challenge Returns to Dalkeith Country Park

A large inflatable obstacle course - The Labyrinth Challenge - returns to Dalkeith Country Park on September 11 and 12, with tickets now available to purchase. A spokesperson for the park said: “The Labyrinth Challenge is brilliant entertainment for both adults and children over 1.2m tall.

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The Labyrinth Challenge Returns to Dalkeith Country Park

Matt Damon shares he would do an Ocean's 14 with George Clooney and Brad Pitt if the director were up for it as he stops by GMA to plug Stillwater

Matt Damon was busy promoting his film Stillwater in New York City on Monday. The 50-year-old movie star was wearing a turquoise and black Hawaiian t-shirt as stopped by GMA. During his interview the actor said that he is open to making Ocean's 14 even though some of the stars of the original cast have passed.

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Matt Damon shares he would do an Ocean's 14 with George Clooney and Brad Pitt if the director were up for it as he stops by GMA to plug Stillwater

Some parents are owed £150 towards child’s school uniform and PE kit

The claim could save you hundreds of pounds – or potentially even thousands if you have more than one child – over their school years If you’re on a low income, did you know that you can get as much as £150 a year towards the cost of your child’s school uniform?

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Some parents are owed £150 towards child’s school uniform and PE kit

Ban on selling cheap polystyrene bodyboards at Braunton

A BAN on selling cheap polystyrene bodyboards in Braunton has been announced by Plastic Free Torridge, Plastic Free North Devon and Keep Britain Tidy’s Ocean Recovery Project. Every independent retailer in the village will not be selling cheap polystyrene bodyboards starting this summer. Braunton is the next coastal community to take on the challenge of banning these boards and have successfully gained voluntary bans from all independent retailers.

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Ban on selling cheap polystyrene bodyboards at Braunton

This is where the new Bexhill mural can be found

Bexhill is home to another new street mural. The new piece of art is thanks to a collaboration between W.Ave Arts and local artists Luke Brabants and apprentice Joe Zillwood. W.Ave Arts is a not-for-profit organisation which uses art to transform areas within communities across London and the South.

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This is where the new Bexhill mural can be found

How to change your personality, according to a cognitive neuroscientist

Your personality reflects your habits of thought, behaviour and emotions as they play out over the longer term. It’s distinct from moods or emotional states that vary over shorter timescales of minutes or hours. According to the most evidence-based and widely endorsed OCEAN model of personality, the five main trait dimensions are:

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How to change your personality, according to a cognitive neuroscientist

N.J. weather: Tornado warning issued in parts of 3 N.J. counties

Two tornado warnings were issued again late Saturday night by the National Weather Service for parts of Burlington, Monmouth and Ocean counties as strong thunderstorms were moving across the region, dumping heavy rain and generating strong winds. The warning for Fort Dix, New Egypt and Wrightstown was issued at about 10:22 p.m. and was set to expire at 10:45 p.m.

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N.J. weather: Tornado warning issued in parts of 3 N.J. counties

Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year?

Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year? Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year? Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year? Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year?

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Why are so many people trying to row the Pacific this year?

Police update after 'racist attack' in Bristol park left sisters hospitalised

Police have questioned three girls aged between 12 and 14 after an alleged racist attack in a Bristol park left two sisters hospitalised. 11-year-old Ocean and 17-year-old Kasmira were said to have been violently assaulted by a group of teenagers in on Friday, July 2. Ocean, who is registered disabled with ADHD, sustained jaw and neck injuries after being kicked to the floor during the attack.

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Police update after 'racist attack' in Bristol park left sisters hospitalised

The best luxury green and amber list holidays to book now

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The best luxury green and amber list holidays to book now

Updated results from phase 3 OCEAN study shows melflufen met primary endpoint of superior PFS - Overall Survival data lead to partial clinical hold

STOCKHOLM, July 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Oncopeptides AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm: ONCO), a global biotech company focused on the development of therapies for difficult-to-treat hematological diseases, today announces updated results and safety measures based on the head-to-head phase 3 OCEAN study evaluating the efficacy and safety of melflufen (INN melphalan flufenamide) plus dexamethasone versus pomalidomide plus dexamethasone in patients with relapsed refractory multiple myeloma who have received 2 – 4 prior lines of therapy.

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Updated results from phase 3 OCEAN study shows melflufen met primary endpoint of superior PFS - Overall Survival data lead to partial clinical hold

St Austell man embarrassed about 24/7 rubbish tip on estate's lawn outside his home

One resident is desperate for proper rubbish storage facilities to be installed A resident has spoken of his frustration after claiming a lawn outside his property has been turned into a rubbish tip on a weekly basis. At present tenants living in the Ocean Housing properties at Trevithick Road in St Austell have to put their rubbish on the lawn for weekly collection, leaving it at the mercy of gulls who scatter the mess and leave sanitary products, nappies and other rubbish littered across the grass.

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St Austell man embarrassed about 24/7 rubbish tip on estate's lawn outside his home

Mum left heartbroken after daughters hospitalised following racial attack in park

"It's something no child should go through and no parent should have to see" A Bristol mum has been left heartbroken after her young daughters were violently attacked by a group of teenagers in St George Park. Taylor Williams, 40, said her daughters, an 11 and 17-year-old, were hospitalised following the ‘distressing’ incident which took place on Friday evening (July 2).

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Mum left heartbroken after daughters hospitalised following racial attack in park

'Sea Pickles': Ocean Oddities Wash Up In SoCal

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — Those visiting the sandy beaches of the Southland this weekend may notice some squishy, tubular creatures strewn about on the sand. Commonly referred to as "sea pickles," the slimy ocean creatures are formally called pyrosomes. Their appearance might be a little jarring but Nate Jaros, curator of fish and invertebrates at the Aquarium of the Pacific, assures they are harmless as they do not have the ability to bite or sting.

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'Sea Pickles': Ocean Oddities Wash Up In SoCal

Gulf of Mexico fire: Ocean on fire as gas pipeline ruptures

The fire raged only a few hundred metres from a drilling platform run by Mexico’s state-owned oil company A blazing fire that boiled the surface of the ocean took more than five hours to put out following a gas leak under the sea in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Gulf of Mexico fire: Ocean on fire as gas pipeline ruptures

Ocean catches fire with 'sea of flames' after gas leak from underwater pipeline

The fire burned for more than five hours after an underwater gas pipeline began leaking in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Friday morning The surface of the ocean appeared to go up in flames after a gas leak from an underwater pipeline. Flames resembling molten lava were caught on camera after the blaze broke out in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, in the early hours of Friday morning.

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Ocean catches fire with 'sea of flames' after gas leak from underwater pipeline

LA tears down Venice Beach homeless encampments ahead of July 4 more than a year after it became a virtual tent city with violent crime and rampant drug use pushing tourists and families out

City Council voted to draft rules prohibiting people from sleeping specific distances from some public areas The measure requires second vote in late July, and orders people who resist leaving the encampments to be fined rather than arrested It also rules that cops would only get involved if there has been a crime committed

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LA tears down Venice Beach homeless encampments ahead of July 4 more than a year after it became a virtual tent city with violent crime and rampant drug use pushing tourists and families out