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Stevens urges corruption caution

Sutton Guardian: Darren Stevens went through "hell" before clearing his name

10:55am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Darren Stevens went through "hell" for two years before being cleared of corruption charges - and he is intent on saving his fellow cricketers the same traumatic experience.

Wenger: Don't write Arsenal off

Sutton Guardian: Arsene Wenger believes there is still plenty to play for in the Premier League

10:51am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Arsene Wenger believes his Arsenal side are currently "nowhere near" being involved in the race for the Premier League title - but believes a consistent run could change all that.

Emma Watson to speak on International Women's Day

Sutton Guardian: Emma Watson to speak on International Women's Day

11:09am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The Harry Potter actress is inviting people to join her for a live discussion about gender equality.

Katie Price: I didn't hold back with my wedding speech

Sutton Guardian: Katie Price and Kieran Hayler to renew wedding vows

10:26am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The model and reality star says husband Kieran Hayler has been punished enough now.

TGI Friday's serves up 700 new jobs

Sutton Guardian: TGI Friday's has unveiled expansion plans which will create 700 jobs

10:17am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Restaurant chain TGI Friday's is to create 700 jobs this year under expansion plans.

Bird funds new players' balcony

Sutton Guardian: Dickie Bird is paying for a new players' balcony to be built at Headingley

10:05am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Yorkshire president Dickie Bird is digging into his own pocket to provide a better view at Headingley for the county champions.

Holly Willoughby: I didn't fancy my husband at first

Sutton Guardian: Holly Willoughby: I didn't fancy my husband at first

9:59am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The This Morning host has confessed that when she first met Dan Baldwin, there was no instant spark between them.

Check out Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's dramatic new hairdo

Sutton Guardian: Check out Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's dramatic new hairdo

9:47am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has had her hair chopped off.

Wolff given more F1 experience

Sutton Guardian: Williams test driver Susie Wolff will be on track in Barcelona, Silverstone and Austria this year

9:36am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Susie Wolff is to gain further Formula One experience over the course of the forthcoming season.

Thousands expected at Wow Festival

Sutton Guardian: Annie Lennox is among those on the bill for this year's Wow Festival at London's Southbank Centre

9:35am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

A festival celebrating the achievements of women and girls as well as highlighting the struggles they continue to face is expected to bring tens of thousands of people to the Southbank Centre in London this week.

DJs go underground - in road tunnel

Sutton Guardian: The new underground nightclub will open to traffic once the dancers have gone

9:35am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

A ring road tunnel is set to be transformed into a temporary nightclub for 5,000 revellers attending a motoring festival.

Film monsters are vying for O-scare

Sutton Guardian: Film monsters are vying for O-scare

9:16am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The big screen’s scariest creations are battling it out for the title of most terrifying of them all.

Kasabian and Calvin Harris to headline V Festival

Sutton Guardian: Kasabian and Calvin Harris to headline V Festival

9:16am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The big acts have been announced for this year’s music event.

Michael Sheen's stunned by reaction to his passionate speech about the NHS

Sutton Guardian: Michael Sheen's stunned by reaction to his passionate speech about the NHS

8:26am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The Welsh actor said politicians are scared of alienating and upsetting part of the electorate.

British spies 'threatened Emwazi'

Sutton Guardian: The extremist known as Jihadi John claims British spies warned him they were 'keeping an eye on' him

8:08am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

A recording believed to be of the extremist known as "Jihadi John" has emerged in which he talks of being threatened by British security services.

Michelle Williams: I nap all the time

Sutton Guardian: Michelle Williams: I nap all the time

7:56am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The Oscar-nominated star opened up about motherhood and movies as she spoke to Elle UK.

Poldark cast are terrified of mumbling complaints

Sutton Guardian: Poldark cast are terrified of mumbling complaints

7:45am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The stars of the new period drama have been careful to make sure they are speaking clearly.

See Suki Waterhouse's steamy shoot with George Le Page

Sutton Guardian: See Suki Waterhouse's steamy shoot with George Le Page

7:45am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Don’t worry Bradley Cooper, because Suki Waterhouse’s display of affection is for a new Burberry campaign.

Internet 'at a control crossroads'

Sutton Guardian: One of the major players at Cisco has warned the internet is at a crossroads between greater control and open growth

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The internet is at a crossroads between greater government control and broad and open growth, one of the industry's key players warned.

Mexican president in UK state visit

Sutton Guardian: Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto is on a state visit to the UK

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The President of Mexico is to begin his state visit to the UK as the Queen prepares to greet him with a ceremonial welcome and stage a banquet in his honour.

William watches football workshop

Sutton Guardian: The Duke of Cambridge meets children at a Premier Skills football coaching event at Nanyang High School in Shanghai (PA)

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The Duke of Cambridge has watched Chinese children taking part in a football masterclass staged by British coaches.

Barclays profits soar 12% to £5.5bn

Sutton Guardian: Barclays chief executive Antony Jenkins said the group was stronger than at any time since the financial crisis as it announced a 12% rise in pre-tax profits to £5.5 billion

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Barclays took an additional £750 million hit to cover alleged involvement in the foreign exchange rate-rigging scandal as it announced a rise in annual profits today.

Plane spotters arrested in Dubai

Sutton Guardian: Valerie Clitheroe andhusband Conrad have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Three British plane spotters have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after being accused of breaching "national security".

3 sought over bike boy's stab death

Sutton Guardian: CCTV stills show the moment Alan Cartwright, in front wearing a blue top riding his bike, was stabbed in the chest in Islington, north London (Metropolitan Police/PA)

7:42am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Police have released "shocking" CCTV footage showing the moment a teenager was stabbed in the chest as he was cycling with friends along a busy road.

Hoggard: KP has no England chance

Sutton Guardian: Kevin Pietersen, pictured, is back in the news again

6:36am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Matthew Hoggard thinks his former team-mate Kevin Pietersen has no chance of playing for England again and believes incoming chairman Colin Graves was "careless" to suggest otherwise.

Pardew wary of outside influences

Sutton Guardian: Alan Pardew has urged the Football Association not to be influenced by television pundits

6:29am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has told the Football Association not to be swayed by television pundits when it comes to making disciplinary decisions.

Inequality 'costs £1,600 per head'

Sutton Guardian: Nicola Sturgeon has outlined the SNP's policies for a fairer society

6:18am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Rising inequality is holding back economic growth, with the cost within the UK estimated at £1,600 per person, according to Scotland's First Minister.

Soccer great Mackay dies aged 80

Sutton Guardian: Dave Mackay was part of Spurs' 1961 double-winning side

3:01am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Tributes have been paid to former Tottenham and Scotland midfielder Dave Mackay following his death at the age of 80.

Maternity unit report published

Sutton Guardian: The investigation was launched after a series of deaths at Furness General Hospital in Barrow, Cumbria

3:01am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

An independent report which is expected to expose persistent failures at a maternity unit will be published today.

'373 girls abused in Oxfordshire'

Sutton Guardian: Oxfordshire County Council and Thames Valley Police are criticised in the report over a paedophile ring

3:01am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Hundreds of girls may have been abused in Oxfordshire, a report into "indescribably awful" child sexual exploitation has found.

Becky search police find body parts

Sutton Guardian: Two people remain in custody on suspicion of murdering the missing teenager

2:17am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Police searching for missing 16-year-old Becky Watts have found body parts.

Tributes paid to Mackay

Sutton Guardian: Dave Mackay has died, aged 80

12:24am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Tributes have been paid to f ormer Tottenham, Hearts and Scotland midfielder Dave Mackay, who has died aged 80.

Security strategy 'needs experts'

Sutton Guardian: The National Security Strategy joint committee, chaired by Margaret Beckett, said the NSS needs a new blueprint

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

New strategies for dealing with the threats Britain faces will be damaged by the coalition's failure to carry out the necessary groundwork for the plans, MPs and peers have warned.

Immigration centre probe ordered

Sutton Guardian: A Channel 4 News investigation revealed questions over standards of care and guards showing contempt for detainees at Yarl's Wood

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Service company Serco has suspended one member of staff and been asked to carry out an immediate investigation after a TV programme went undercover at the Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre.

O'Leary in dance marathon training

Sutton Guardian: Dermot O'Leary visits a physiotherapist ahead of his day of dance for Comic Relief (Comic Relief/PA)

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

X Factor host Dermot O'Leary has admitted that "reality has set in" over his 24-hour dance marathon.

UK-China partnerships announced

Sutton Guardian: The Duke of Cambridge has announced partnerships between the UK and China worth 150 million pounds at a creativity festival in Shanghai

The Great Festival of Creativity is a partnership between the UK Government and the private sector to create jobs and

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Partnerships between the UK and China expected to be worth £150 million over the next five years have been announced at a creativity festival launched in Shanghai by the Duke of Cambridge.

'Careful' use of paracetamol urged

Sutton Guardian: There is no need for "mass panic" over the latest findings on paracetamol, a professor said

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Long-term use of paracetamol has been linked to an increased risk of gastrointestinal problems, high blood pressure and stroke, researchers have found.

Johnson bailed in child sex probe

Sutton Guardian: Adam Johnson was arrested and interviewed by officers with Durham Constabulary

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

England footballer Adam Johnson has been released on bail after he was arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.

Coffee 'prevents clogged arteries'

Sutton Guardian: The effects of coffee consumption on cardiovascular health have led to much debate

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

People who drink three to five coffees a day are less likely to develop clogged arteries that could lead to heart attacks, a study has shown.

Jail threat for abuse case neglect

Sutton Guardian: Under proposals unveiled by Prime Minister David Cameron and subject to consultation, the crime of "wilful neglect" will be extended to cover children's social care and education

12:12am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Senior public officials and councillors who fail to protect children from sexual exploitation will face up to five years in jail under a new criminal offence being considered by the Government.

Dermot O'Leary finds his Comic Relief dance-athon training tough

Sutton Guardian: Dermot O'Leary finds his Comic Relief dance-athon training tough

12:11am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The TV presenter is aiming to keep his toes tapping for 24 hours.

James Bond star Daniel Craig gets new mission for Comic Relief

Sutton Guardian: Spectre script leaked in Sony hack

12:11am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

The 007 actor will take part in a “special one-off sketch” to be broadcast on Red Nose Day.

Dental costs: crunching the numbers

Sutton Guardian: Research has revealed that the pain is not spread equally when it comes to paying dental charges

12:04am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

There are huge variations in how much private dentists charge for check-ups, research has found.

Outsourcing 'affects job contracts'

Sutton Guardian: Outsourcing has a negative effect on the morale and working conditions of staff, the TUC said

12:04am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Outsourcing public services leads to staff working longer hours for less pay and worse contracts, according to a new study.

Consumers get smarter with meters

Sutton Guardian: Smart meters give instant readings on energy use (Energy Retail Association/PA)

12:04am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Consumers who have had smart meters fitted in their home are more likely to trust the accuracy of their energy bills and have enough information to chose the right tariff, according to a new study.

Social care 'crisis' over low pay

Sutton Guardian: Care in the UK is provided by 1.4 million workers

12:04am Tuesday 3rd March 2015

Social care in the UK will reach "crisis point" if nothing is done to improve pay and conditions for workers, a new report has warned.

'Careful' use of paracetamol urged

Sutton Guardian: There is no need for "mass panic" over the latest findings on paracetamol, a professor said

11:58pm Monday 2nd March 2015

Long-term use of paracetamol has been linked to an increased risk of gastrointestinal problems, high blood pressure and stroke, researchers have found.

Coffee 'prevents clogged arteries'

Sutton Guardian: The effects of coffee consumption on cardiovascular health have led to much debate

11:53pm Monday 2nd March 2015

People who drink a three to five coffees a day are less likely to develop clogged arteries that could lead to heart attacks, a study has shown.

Plane spotters arrested in Dubai

Sutton Guardian: The Britons have been detained by Dubai authorities since February 21 after plane spotting

11:04pm Monday 2nd March 2015

Three British plane spotters have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after being accused of breaching "national security".

FA lining up GB teams for Rio 2016

Sutton Guardian: The FA intends to enter men's and women's GB teams for the Rio Games in 2016

10:43pm Monday 2nd March 2015

The Football Association intends to enter men's and women's Great Britain teams for the Rio Olympics next year, it can be disclosed.

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