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Want to know a little more about the staff behind your favourite newspaper? See what books each of us would suggest for another colleague
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Fuzzy, fluffy or scaly, with two fins, four limbs or eight legs, and with wings, tails or hooves – we all love animal films (yep, even those of you who say they hate animals, love them).
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At United Airlines we are always looking keep everyone happy, and espcially our own team, which we're looking to grow!
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The One Direction member claimed this week’s No 1 spot with Sign of the Times, a bombastic piano ballad that signals a new direction for the boyband star.
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Riding the wave of two hugely successful albums, + and x, Ed Sheeran continues his penchant for mathematical musicality on his latest album, Divide.
Students organised their own music festival at West Island School last month, and six local bands took to the stage to raise funds for a good cause.
British rockers Dutch Uncles have been bubbling away in the underground math-pop scene since 2008, and this month sees the release of their latest album Big Balloon.
The Pansies have been kicking around in the local music scene since 2014, and are now set for their biggest show to date.
It has been almost five years since Amy Macdonald last released a record, but the 29-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter has returned with her fourth album Under Stars.
If you like your stories dark around the edges, covered in cobwebs and with a few skeletons rattling their bones in the background, then Lee Battersby’s Magrit is the book for you.
At the start of last year, filmmaker Laura Waters gave cameras to a group of 18-year-olds to document their final year of high school.
The recent Honorary Academy Award recipient talks about winning an Oscar, films and global recognition.
Supergroups don’t make much of an impact these days. Minor Victories, however, bucked that trend last year with their self-titled debut, arguably the best post-rock album of 2016.
Toothless is the new solo project by Bombay Bicycle Club bassist Ed Nash. His debut album The Pace Of The Passingis, he says, the album he’d always wanted to make.