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Kev Hedges

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Rainbow beneath your feet: Wild mushrooms a heritage of colour Special

Sandy - England and Wales is currently a haven for wild mushrooms at present and if you know where to look, you can find several fungi gems hidden away in forests, glades and natural reserves.

YouTube mulling paid and ad-free subscription service

There can be nothing more annoying and frustrating than watching a YouTube video, while constantly being made to click off the advertisements.

Thomas Alleyne's School still going strong after 456 years Special

Stevenage - It was the dream of a man, educated at Trinity College in Cambridge, that a school in Hertfordshire would educate and help boys become prosperous in later life.

American Airlines flight grounded due to 'Al-Quida' Wi-Fi Network

Los Angeles - An American Airways flight has been grounded after one passenger searched for a free Wi-Fi network, only to discover one called “Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork [sic]."

Double stabbing at Canada's Wonderland leaves 1 dead, 1 critical

Vaughan - One man has died and another is critically ill in hospital following a disturbance outside Canada's Wonderland theme park in Vaughan, Ontario early on Sunday morning.

Kenyan lawyer to sue Israel for killing Jesus

A Kenyan lawyer has applied to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to sue the state of Israel, as well as some other entities, for killing Jesus.

Natural History Museum study: Roman gums were healthier than ours

People who lived in Roman-occupied Britain had gums and teeth that were much healthier than their descendants living in Britain today.

UK scientist: Oceans face serious risk from carbon emissions

Sir Mark Walport, the UK's leading chief scientist, warned the world's oceans face a growing and serious threat from man-made carbon emissions.

Egypt in mourning after 30 soldiers killed in Sinai attack

Egypt has declared a state of emergency in the northern region of the Sinai Peninsula after at least 32 soldiers were killed in a checkpoint blast and a town shoot-out there.

UN: Detroit’s water disconnections ‘discriminate’ against poor

Detroit - You may find it hard to believe that in 2014, failure to pay off a water bill would result in the household being disconnected.

Drone that will fly for two hours and fits in your pocket out now

Most of us will have heard about the drones seen flying over some football matches and across various fairs and other outdoor gatherings, now there's a drone that will fit easily in your pocket.

Milwaukee dancing priests become Internet sensation

Rome - We've seen and heard the Italian nun who sings with a voice like Alicia Keys, now a viral video on the internet is trending, showing two US priests dancing before an audience from the Associated Press.

Singer Alvin Stardust, 72, dies after a short illness

Former glam-rock star Alvin Stardust has died at 72. His manager said the singer had suffered a short illness and had recently been diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer.

Man loses his marbles by hurling them at British MPs in session

London - A major security breach occurred inside the Houses of Parliament in Britain, when a man threw his bag of marbles at MPs while the Right Honourable ladies and gentlemen were still in session.

Ofcom chides BBC Radio 1 for repeated swearing on Lily Allen set

Glasgow - The UK's broadcasting standards watchdog Ofcom has told BBC Radio 1 it breached swearing guidelines and rules when broadcasting a live concert.

80-foot high 'sex toy' sculpture raises a furore in Paris

Paris - An inflatable sculpture erected on a famous Parisian square has kicked up a fuss, with its artist even being attacked in the street.

Review: BBC's Human Universe asks the question: Why are we here? Special

Each one of us is made from matter, so what unites every person living on our planet and how did we get to be here and exist. Professor Brian Cox attempts to explain in his BBC documentary, the Human Planet.

Tory welfare minister says disabled 'not worth the full wage'

The UK opposition Labour Party is urging a welfare minister to resign, after comments made at a Conservative Party fringe meeting suggested disabled people could be paid less than the minimum wage.

Mrs Clooney to fight for return of Greek monuments from Britain

Newly-wed Mrs Clooney, formerly Amal Alamuddin, has flown into Greece to help the nation try and claim back the Parthenon marbles from Britain.

Little boy lost finds his way back home using Google Earth

A five-year old Indian boy who went missing from his home in 1986 has found his mother after discovering the place he grew up in on Google Earth.
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