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Tools to scour for life on Europa - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
The countdown has begun for a mission to discover whether life might exist on Jupiter's moon Europa. US space agency Nasa has announced what instruments the Europa probe will carry to the mysterious ice-covered water world, setting the clock ticking for ...

Tribute poem to murdered father - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
The children of a man stabbed alongside his partner and her young daughter have written their own poem in tribute to him. Jed Allen, 21, murdered Philip Howard, 44, as well as his own mother and sister in Didcot, Oxfordshire last weekend. Philip Howard's ...

Lawrence inquiry evidence probed - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
A police watchdog investigation is examining whether senior police officers, including Britain's former top officer, failed to provide "full, frank and truthful" information to the Stephen Lawrence inquiry more than 15 years ago. It comes after the father ...

Study maps disposable income growth - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
People living in the Scottish Borders experienced the strongest disposable income growth across the UK in 2013, according to a report. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) produced estimates of gross disposable household income - showing the amount of ...



Trader 'tried to rig key HSBC rate' - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T14:54:15Z
A "greedy" City trader tried to involve his "cheeky young graduate" stepbrother in an attempt to rig a key interest rate, a court has heard. Tom Hayes, 35, encouraged Peter O'Leary to buy a "few drinks" for his colleague at HSBC in an effort to influence ...

'Fanatic' jailed for bid to join IS - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T13:56:59Z
A fanatical young Muslim has been jailed for six years for making determined efforts to join Islamic State in Syria to fulfil his ambition of becoming a martyr. Zakariya Ashiq, 20, left the UK on November 6 last year on a bus from Victoria Station in ...

Jail terms for school abuse trio - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
Three men, including one from Norfolk, have been jailed after being found guilty of historical sexual abuse at a school for vulnerable boys over a period of more than 30 years. Colwyn Baker, 71, David Hennessy, 75, and Nigel Putman, 62, abused youngsters ...

Lottery boost for young reporters - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T14:39:56Z
A group giving youngsters the chance to interview local football players is among 86 schemes in the East of England receiving a share of almost £700,000 in Big Lottery funding. Friends of Ipswich Town FC will use its £9,915 funding to develop a programme ...



Ings unsure of future - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:08:34Z
In-demand striker Danny Ings insists his future remains "up in the air" as the race intensifies for the England Under-21 international. The Burnley forward's contract expires at Turf Moor on June 30 and he has already made it clear he will be moving on ...

Gatland focus on Davies' career - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T15:01:24Z
Wales head coach Warren Gatland has put an emphasis on centre Jonathan Davies' "long-term career" after the Clermont Auvergne star suffered World Cup heartache. Davies has been ruled out of Wales' World Cup campaign later this year due to a serious knee ...

Courier demands aggressive Murray - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T14:54:15Z
Andy Murray will have to throw caution to the wind and attack if he wants to win his first French Open title this year, according to two-time champion Jim Courier. Murray came through his opening match against Argentinian qualifier Facundo Arguello in ...

Fifa accused of rampant corruption - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T13:35:30Z
FIFA was plunged into the biggest meltdown in its scandal-hit history on Wednesday after a wave of arrests of football officials in Zurich on corruption charges. Seven officials including FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb from the Cayman Islands were ...

Nadal and Djokovic advance - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T14:25:37Z
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic moved one step closer to a mouthwatering French Open quarter-final on Tuesday after both players won their first round matches in straight sets. Nadal is chasing his 10th title at Roland Garros but has suffered some ...

Napoli deny Benitez announcement - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T12:52:33Z
Napoli insist a hastily-scheduled press conference has not been organised to confirm the departure of head coach Rafael Benitez for Real Madrid. The Serie A club have called an unexpected briefing with club president Aurelio De Laurentiis and head coach ...

Let's finish the job - Wenger - Newmarket Journal
2015-05-27T12:23:55Z
Arsene Wenger has told his Arsenal side to "finish the job" and win Saturday's FA Cup final against Aston Villa. The Gunners ended a nine-year trophy drought by beating Hull in last season's final and victory over Villa would make Wenger the first post-war ...

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