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Thousands miss out on school place
Families have been learning which school their child will be attending from this September, in the first ever primary National Offer Day

Thousands miss out on school place

Almost one in seven children have missed out on their first choice of primary school amid a continuing squeeze on places, it has been revealed.

World news

South Korea ferry death toll rises

South Korea ferry death toll rises

A ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students, has sunk off South Korea, leaving at least four people dead and nearly 300 missing.

Sport news

City held by plucky Black Cats

City held by plucky Black Cats

Manchester City saw their title hopes effectively ended after being held to a home draw by the Barclays Premier League's bottom club Sunderland.

Business news

Home loan scheme boosts Persimmon

Home loan scheme boosts Persimmon

One of Britain's biggest housebuilders has now sold more than 5,000 homes under the Government's Help to Buy scheme since its launch last April.

Technology news

Virgin apology over email error

Virgin apology over email error

Virgin Media has apologised after thousands of its customers had their inboxes bombarded with unwanted emails due to an error.

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Weller hails privacy damages ruling

Weller hails privacy damages ruling

Paul Weller has spoken of his absolute delight at winning £10,000 privacy damages for three of his children whose faces were "plastered" over a newspaper website.

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