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The government announces a £4.8m project to create 15 "rough sleeping hubs" in England by 2020.
Zahid Naseem claims he "may have lost his composure" during a sex game with Christina Abbotts.
Holders Arsenal are drawn against Birmingham City in the quarter-finals of the FA Continental Tyres League Cup.
More people will also get food waste caddies, as part of plans for England to make recycling less confusing.
Former Liverpool striker Michael Robinson, now one of Spain's most recognisable sports broadcasters, has skin cancer.
The former glamour model and TV star will appear in front of magistrates in January.
BBC research shows British councils now employ 1,500 fewer wardens than five years ago.
Members of the East Grinstead Mums Facebook group donated 5,000 mince pies.
Businessman Zahid Naseem claims he bludgeoned Christina Abbotts with a pestle in self-defence.
A tribunal backs health inspectors taking action against private care provider Sussex Health Care.
Amanda Crane is giving up part of her Christmas Day to serve lunch to homeless people.
Dozens of well-preserved dinosaur footprints from at least seven species have been uncovered.
One of the world's most famous Surrealist art works is bought by the National Galleries of Scotland.
The British High Street store is struggling in the UK and wants to build its presence in China.
Traffic will be busiest on Thursday and Friday before rail engineering and strikes cause cancellations.
Cathy Powell says the Home Office lost her family's documents and they are unable to travel.
Alfie Coleiro, from Eastbourne has written a poem to bullies who send him anonymous messages.
The group backed campaigners who say having no hard shoulder puts motorists and recovery workers at risk.
Former England defender Sol Campbell picks up his first win as Macclesfield boss as League Two's bottom side beat Crawley.
Andrew O'Connell, from Kent, died in August after he was attacked at Brighton's Royal Pavilion Gardens.