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    The Burton Mail is a local newspaper which brings you all the latest news, sport, jobs and business events from East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire.


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    AN older people’s champion has outlined the great efforts being undertaken to try and tackle OAP malnutrition in South Derbyshire.

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    A FORMER Mail photographer who spent his whole life ‘behind a lens’ has died.

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    POP STAR Olly Murs’s team taught Nick Grimshaw’s Radio 1 side a footballing lesson in a challenge match at St George’s Park.

    SLIDESHOW - Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw humbled by Olly Murs

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    HUNDREDS of people descended on a South Derbyshire village to watch a raft race with a difference.

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    A SOUTH Derbyshire auction house glittered as stars from Strictly Come Dancing took part in a charity fund-raiser.

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    ROYAL baby fever has swept across America like a hurricane and it now has a South Derbyshire twist.

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    FOUR sets of parents now have even more reason to celebrate the birth of their children – as they share a birthday with the royal baby.

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    A BURTON brewer has come up with the ultimate way to celebrate the birth of the royal baby - with a specially designed ale.

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    THE Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted to hospital and is in the early stages of labour, Kensington Palace has said.

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    ONE of the major attractions of the annual Lichfield Festival is the chance to enjoy music in the elegant surroundings of the city’s cathedral.

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    MORE than 5,000 people turned out to enjoy the sunshine at Hatton Carnival this weekend, in what may have been the most successful day organisers have ever seen.

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    ROLLESTON stepped back to the seventies as more than 1,300 people turned out for the Scouts’ annual music festival on Saturday night.

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    SHORTLY after Marie Nash moved to Branston in the late 1950s, she joined with some friends to set up a group for older people in the village.

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    The model home with a difference

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    THE Three Lions of English football have come to Burton in a rather unusual form to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association (FA).

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    PEOPLE will say it is only bricks and mortar but the impact that the look and feel buildings have on a place is immeasurable.

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    Fun in the sun for RSPCA fun day

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    AS part of National Transplant week, a Burton jeweller has revealed how she is enjoying a new lease of life following eye surgery to replace her cornea 12 months ago.

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    SUN-SEEKERS are in for a treat with Burton and South Derbyshire set to be gripped by a heatwave which will bring sweltering conditions expected to last until at least next weekend.

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    THE director of a popular tourist attraction is to use its annual Agri-lympics event to support a cancer charity that is supporting someone close to his heart.

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    OLD-fashioned bingo will be the order of the day at a fund raising event at the RSPCA in Stretton this weekend.

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    A POPULAR South Derbyshire attraction has been lauded for consistently conjuring up new, imaginative ways to improve its offering for visitors.

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    THE tuneful chime of church bells has returned to Hartshorne after more than a decade of silence, as a new group has been set up in the village.

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    CALL the Midwife is coming to Tutbury Castle this summer, when the site hosts a fund raiser for the maternity unit at Burton’s Queen’s Hospital.

    Call the Midwife to Queen’s fund raising event

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