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Cat steals hundreds of pounds of items from neighbours
Harry has stolen items including underwear, a purse and even a designer shoe.
Capita: Watchdog warns pension funds over data after hack
The Pensions Regulator has told hundreds of funds to check details of customers after a data leak.
Trevelyan descendant 'would consider' Irish famine compensation
An ex-BBC journalist says her ancestor, referenced in the Fields of Athenry, "failed" Irish people.
Aberystwyth uni told student was suicidal before his death
Charlie McLeod's mum Emma Laney says she feels "a lot more should have been done" to help him.
Cardiff: Disabled people's 20-year railway station access fight
One of Wales' busiest railway stations has no lift and steep stairs between platforms.
The highs and lows of the South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project
It is nearly five years since a project began to boost numbers of the bird in the Moffat hills.
Local elections 2023: Young councillors 'need seat at table'
From low pay to juggling meetings - what's it like to be a young councillor in England?
Where property prices are set by what local people earn
A housing project in south London is selling flats with prices set according to local income levels.