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23/01/2009 - 19:43

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Chippy to the stars claims fish and chip shop crown - Ulrika takes Celeb Big Brother crown - Queen 'intrigued' by crop circles.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 23 january 2009
Queen 'intrigued' by crop circles

The phenomenon of crop circles, which has baffled scientists for decades, once intrigued the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, it emerged.

Royal fryer is named top chip shop

A fish and chip shop popular with Prince William and some top Hollywood stars has been named the best in the land.

Chippy to the stars claims fish and chip shop crown

A fish and chip shop frequented by Prince William, Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks was on Thursday crowned the best place in Britain to eat the national dish.

Ulrika takes Celeb Big Brother crown

Ulrika Jonsson has been crowned the winner of Celebrity Big Brother 2009.

Troubles payout plan under fire

A plan to compensate the families of people killed in the Northern Ireland Troubles has come under fire.

Troubles payout plan sparks anger

A plan to give £12,000 to the family of each person killed in the Northern Ireland Troubles - including dead IRA members and loyalists - has been condemned by unionist politicians.

Gerrard denies nightclub assault

England and Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard said Friday he would plead not guilty to any involvement in a nightclub brawl.

Recession grips Britain for first time since 1991

Britain is in recession for the first time since 1991, official data showed Friday, triggering a plea from Prime Minister Gordon Brown for renewed international cooperation to tackle the financial crisis.

Prosecutors: RI man killed parents, went shopping

A 24-year-old man is accused of bludgeoning his parents to death, stashing their bodies in the backyard cesspool and using their credit cards for a big-ticket spending spree, authorities said Friday.

Former NY Senate leader Joseph Bruno indicted

Joseph Bruno, the former majority leader of the New York Senate and for a time the most powerful Republican in state politics, was indicted Friday on federal corruption charges.

Hot practice leads to death; Ky. coach charged

Football players know them as "gassers" — sprints up and down the field to build stamina.

'67 killer to Va. cops: Victims called me lesbian

A teenager working part-time at an ice cream parlor in 1967, Sharron Diane Crawford Smith shot two co-workers in the head after they mocked her for being lesbian, a terrible secret at the time.

Hudson crash survivors face life after near-death

When US Airways Flight 1549 splashed down in the icy Hudson River, Mike Berkwits was too busy getting his wife off the slowly sinking plane and out of the swift-moving water to worry about dying.

Ga. plant in salmonella probe lays off workers

A Georgia peanut butter plant at the center of a probe of a nationwide salmonella outbreak has laid off most of its roughly 50 workers.

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