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08/10/2009 - 19:43

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Royal Mail workers vote on strike action - Melanie body 'dumped like garbage' - Bin Bags 'Crucial' In Melanie Murder Case.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 8 October 2009
Royal Mail workers vote on strike action

Royal Mail workers voted Thursday in favour of a national strike in a bitter row over jobs and pay, a move condemned as "deplorable" by Royal Mail.

Melanie body 'dumped like garbage'

The mother of a graduate whose remains were found by a motorway 13 years after she vanished has condemned her daughter's killer for dumping her body "like a sack of garbage".

Bin Bags 'Crucial' In Melanie Murder Case

Bin bags used to cover Melanie Hall's remains at the side of a motorway could hold crucial evidence for police hunting her killer, a top forensic scientist has said.

David Cameron 'ready' to be PM

David Cameron has made a series of pledges he is vowing to keep if if he becomes Prime Minister next year.

West Midlands invests in fund of hedge funds

The West Midlands Pension Fund, one of the UK's largest local government schemes, has invested 40 million pounds in a fund of hedge funds.

Woman found in Fla. home under 8 feet of trash

City officials have condemned the home where a 71-year-old woman was found dead in garbage piled 8 feet deep.

Gun-toting Pa. soccer mom, husband found shot dead

A mother of three who gained national notoriety after she openly carried a loaded handgun to her daughter's soccer game was shot dead along with her husband in what appeared to be a murder-suicide.

hotel heir slaying sparks bitter estate feud

A bitter family feud has erupted in Florida over the estate of the slain son of the founder of the lavish Fontainebleau Hotel.

Feds seek to hold man charged with Haiti sex abuse

A former Connecticut man charged with sexually abusing nine boys at a school for poor children he founded in Haiti should not be released from prison because he poses a "clear and continuing danger," federal prosecutors said.

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