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Tributes pour in for Keith Chegwin

Tributes are paid to TV presenter Keith Chegwin, who has died aged 60. Chegwin became a household name hosting Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, Cheggers Plays Pop and Saturday Superstore.

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Duchess of Cambridge 'sharing' love for outdoors with George and Charlotte

The Duchess of Cambridge has said she has "fond memories" of being outdoors as a child and is passing that passion on to her own children.

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WATCH : Unseen footage gives insight into Harry and Meghan's relationship

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle looked every inch a relaxed and happy engaged couple as they shared jokes in footage released by the BBC.

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WATCH: Highlights from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first interview

More details about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding are due to be revealed as planning for the big day steps up a gear.

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Arlene Foster apologises to Princes Harry and William for Twitter 'typo'

DUP leader Arlene Foster has issued a public apology to both Princes Harry and William.
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Announcement sets in train preparations for Harry and Meghan’s big day

Prince Harry is engaged to be married to Meghan Markle and a royal wedding is being planned. So what happens next?

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WATCH: Prince William jokes with youth ambassadors

'Cheeky' boy asks Duke of Cambridge for a picture

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WATCH: The Queen and Prince Philip's 70 years of marriage in pictures

As the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's celebrate their 70-year platinum wedding anniversary, we take a look back at their married life in pictures.

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The royal marriage: A platinum partnership in pictures

The images, marking couple’s platinum wedding anniversary, chart Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s enduring relationship, which has lasted the longest of any British sovereign.

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Kate stresses need for 'whole community' to help raise a child

The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken about taking Prince George to his school and the importance of supporting young children.

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John Joseph McGarvey, BSc PhD CSci CChem MRSC School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Royal Irish Academy

Professor was an internationally acknowledged pioneer in his field

Professor John Joseph McGarvey, who died suddenly at the age of 78, had a distinguished and pioneering academic career at Queen’s University and was known internationally for his research.

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Theresa May wax figure goes on display at Madame Tussauds London

A new Theresa May wax figure has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds London. The politician will now reside in the attraction’s Downing Street set next to fellow world leaders, including US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Conor McGregor wants film to inspire people 'living in the middle of nowhere'

Conor McGregor has said he wants to inspire fans living "in the middle of nowhere" with a behind-the-scenes documentary on his career.

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WATCH: Prince Harry: Diana is my ideal role model

Prince Harry spoke lovingly about his late mother Princess Diana at a summit in Chicago - calling her his "ideal role model".
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Sir Billy Connolly knighted at Buckingham Palace

Sir Billy Connolly was his witty self after receiving his knighthood from Prince William at Buckingham Palace.

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Why Christine and Adrian find Ulster the friendliest place

Besides notably working together on the BBC’s The One Show, Northern Ireland’s Christine Lampard and Brummie presenter Adrian Chiles have been firm friends for over a decade.

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The Queen names the most senior animal in the army

The Queen has named the most senior animal in the British Army - a Drum Horse called Perseus who has the rank of Major.

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WATCH: Queen visits Royal Navy frigate to celebrate its 20th anniversary

The Queen has heard first-hand about the Royal Navy's relief effort in the aftermath of Caribbean Hurricane Irma - and could not resist trying out a piece of a fireman's safety equipment.

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MP wells up as he returns First World War fallen soldier's plaque home

A soldier killed in the First World War was returned "home" after his memorial plaque was presented to a Conservative MP in the Commons.

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Prince Charles visit gives Londonderry flood victims 'a real lift'

Residents of Eglinton, near Londonderry, said Prince Charles' visit had given the entire village a lift following the devastating August flooding.

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