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Kev Hedges

Digital Journalist based in London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Sep 1, 2010
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Teen becomes sensation after carrying home elderly man's shopping

Horwich - A teenage worker at the Aldi supermarket has become a worldwide Internet sensation after walking an elderly man and his shopping home.

The creepy Gothic town where the legend of Dracula was born Special

Whitby - Bram Stoker sat on a park bench in 1890 on the West Cliff, trying to decide if this sleepy seaside town was good enough for a family holiday. But he soon discovered the inspiration for the legendary Dracula horror novels was more fitting.

Review: Eating the 'right' kind of calories will make you feel full

A new television program has revealed how knowing which calories to eat, rather than how many, is critical to losing weight.

Landmark divorce ruling 'like cashing in old lottery ticket'

A woman in Gloucestershire has won the right to fight for a £1.9 million windfall from her ex-husband, 23 years after they divorced.

Sportswear giant Adidas to close 200 stores in Russia

Adidas, the German sportswear giant is to close 200 stores across Russia. The move is down to the worsening economic situation in the country.

Caribbean air sparks early spring blast of warm air in U.K. Special

The United Kingdom is readying for a fresh breath of warm spring sunshine this weekend, as temperatures head towards the mid-60s Fahrenheit.

After Chelsea fans deny black man on Metro, now green man denied

London - A spoof video has gone viral following the incident in Paris, where a small number of football supporters prevented a black commuter from alighting a Paris Metro train.

Boko Haram terrorists disguising themselves as women are captured

Nigerian security officials surrounded the town of Baga in Nigeria on Tuesday, in an effort to liberate the town of Boko Haram terrorists who recently sacked the area and gained control.

Computer giant Dell to accept Bitcoin payments in Canada and UK

Dell has announced it will sell its products by opening up bitcoin payments for customers in the U.K. and Canada. The decision means Dell is the largest retailer to accept the crypto-currency internationally.

Alien star passed through our solar system just recently

NASA publications have confirmed that an alien star passed through our own solar system just 70,000 years ago. This is recent in astronomical terms and the star was not alone.

Disabled mugging victim fund reaches $200k in two days

Gateshead - On Sunday night, 67-year-old disabled man Alan Barnes, went outside to empty his recycling bin, when a thug knocked him to the ground and attempted to rob him. The shocking incident occurred right outside his home in Hillside Place, Low Fell in England.

UK Ebola screening procedures to be reviewed following 'chaos'

London - Procedures for screening nurses and volunteers returning to the U.K. after treating Ebola patients will undergo serious review after one infected nurse boarded a flight from London to Glasgow, despite telling officials she felt sick.

Bill Cosby hires private investigators to dig up dirt on accusers

The allegations of sexual assault seem to keep on coming for the beleaguered television show host, but Bill Cosby is now fighting back.

Scientists angry at Home Secretary decision to expel foreigners

Scientists in the UK are angry at the Home Secretary's decision to expel foreign students as soon as they have completed graduation.

Shortest day in Northern Hemisphere, but mornings will stay dark

London - If you live in the northern hemisphere, today [December 21] is the shortest day of the year, so surely mornings will start getting lighter from this day forward? Unfortunately, this is not the case.

Three off-duty police officers attacked in Liverpool, one dead

Liverpool - An off-duty police officer has been killed and two others attacked in a city centre night club area in Liverpool. Police are not saying whether the attack was targeted due to the men's profession.

Australian PM: We must examine why Sydney gunman was out on bail

Sydney - The Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has questioned why the Sydney gunman was not on the country's watch list of terror suspects. Man Haron Monis should have been flashing red flags all over the place.

Man arrested after threats to kill West Midlands police officer

Police have arrested a 31-year-old man in connection with threats to kidnap and kill any serving police officer in the West Midlands force of the United Kingdom.

Violent patient goes on rampage in Yellowknife hospital

Yellowknife - The accident and emergency department at Stanton Territorial Hospital turned into a scene of violence and rampage after a patient went crazy and threatened staff.

UKIP leader Farage says women can breastfeed 'anywhere they want'

London - The leader of Britain's euro-seditious political power says he has no problem with women breastfeeding "wherever they want."
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