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Nearly a third of us won’t see mums for Mothering Sunday

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Is this Britains most stupid legal high as kids sniff fumes from burning wheelie bins

Is this Britain’s most stupid legal high as kids sniff fumes from burning wheelie bins

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

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Rugby leap year proposal pair tie the knot


When do the clocks go forward in 2017?


Rugby colleagues celebrate successful marathon challenge


Cynthia’s art exhibition is first in Rugby gallery

The aftermath of Wednesday's attack in Westminster (photo by

Westminster attack: The stories bringing the horror closer to home in our region

The dedicated team at Feature hair and beauty.

Birthday highlights for salon

British Masters powerlifting champion Jenni Sherwood

POWERLIFTING: British title and place in GB team for Jenni

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Caroline Carroll, Matt Carroll, Stephen Marks, Dean Oldfield, Mike Andrews, Alistair McDonnell and Iain Botheroyd at the Ashby 20-mile race

ATHLETICS: Strong half marathon and 20-mile performances

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Robbie Parsons in Saturday's win at Witton   PICTURES BY MARTIN PULLEY

RUGBY TOWN: After last week’s remarkable win it’s Witton’s turn to visit

OLs have a 'must-win' game against Oadby Wyggestonians

RUGBY: Crunch match for Old Laurentians in weekend of home games for rugby fans

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ORIENTEERING: Orienteering comes to Rugby on Saturday afternoon

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SPORTS AWARDS: Rugby’s 2016 award winners announced

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RUGBY SLIDESHOW: Old Laurentians Clonmel Cup win over Long Buckby

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RUGBY SLIDESHOW: St Andrews Colts and Broadstreet

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Tom Clancys Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Console Corner: Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

The Swing Museum play at the Open Door concert

Swinging time promised at St Andrew’s church in Rugby

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Tom Reynolds with his three sons who died, (from left) Herbert, Jack and Frank.

LOOKING BACK - March 23, 2017 edition


From the Advertiser archives - March 23, 2017 edition


Average Brit spends £1,000 on clothes per year