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Brooklyn trio We Are Augustines' debut album sounds like it's been pieced together with spare parts from various other big indie-rock bands.
A year or so ago I bought some lovely skewers with a pig design on from my favourite cookshop in Paris, E Dehillerin in the Rue Coquillière. I've actually only just started using them but they look great, in a twee sort of way. This recipe involves most bits of the pig but you can really use whatever cuts and offal you fancy. It's also a great way to use rare breed pork from farms where you have to buy a quarter of a beast. Richard Vaughan at Huntsham Farm in Herefordshire does exactly that with his Middle White pork and Longhorn beef.
The Germans have stollen our Christmas! Teutonic festive fruitbread on the rise as yuletide markets spring up across Britain
An explosion in the popularity of German Christmas markets means that the traditional British Christmas treat has been shunned in favour of the Tuetonic treat of stollen.
Transgender woman BANNED from playing for ladies' football team until two years after sex-change operation
Despite holding a passport stating she is female Aeris Houlihan, 32, has been told she can only play for her local men's team in Leeds, Yorkshire.
Neil Phillips, 44, from Rugeley, Staffordshire,was finger-printed and DNA-swabbed by officers after complaints were made about the online posts which he insists were harmless.
Effie the gorilla has been enjoying a daily dose of multivitamin supplement Vitabiotics Perfectil Plus Skin at her home in the London Zoo.
Big name stores like Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's currently absorb the higher costs of doing business in Scotland so that prices are the same across the UK.
Iran's Hassan Rouhani will also be among the heads of state flying in to commemorate Mr Mandela as will U.S. President Barack Obama and former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter.
The Northumberland National Park will be named the largest 'dark sky' zone in Europe, it has emerged, escaping the light pollution that plagues big cities.
Morrisons scraps window cleaning at its stores to save money and hopes customers will not notice in the dark winter nights
The decision to let grime collect on store windows has been blamed on ‘financial constraints’ as the big name retailers struggle in the face of competition from discount chains like Lidl and Aldi.
Blackburn Rovers striker DJ Campbell (pictured) is one of six people detained in an investigation by the National Crime Agency.
Archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority said it is the first time the plumbing of a 10th century fountain has been found near complete in Ramla, Israel.
The multi-millionaire singer opened up for the first time about her difficulties – revealing she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s.
Aron Ralston, 38, faces one count of assault and one count of 'wrongs to minors' after being arrested at his home in Denver, Colorado.
Did life begin underground? Microbes found three MILES below the surface are similar to those that lived 3.5 billion years ago
The study by Michigan University suggests these microbes may have survived in isolation from the Earth’s surface for billions of years.
Forget drunken students - people in their FORTIES are the most likely to be admitted to hospital after abusing drink or drugs
Figures from health performance experts Dr Foster showed one in five people in their 40s admitted to hospital in 2012/13 were admitted for alcohol or drug related problems.
For most deep sea divers, an encounter with a hungry shark is something to avoid. But one man embraced the experience at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas, by hand-feeding the intimidating animal.
A Freedom of Information request revealed the large expenditure. The Welsh government said the increased spending was 'due to the increase in size of the Welsh Assembly Government's administrative estate'.
My week as one of Amazon's HUMAN drones: Doing your Christmas shopping online? This extraordinary undercover dispatch reveals what it's really like to
Carole Cadwalladr (pictured) goes undercover to work in the online retail giant's Swansea warehouse for a week as a temp, hand-picking items ordered by customers and delivering them to the packers.