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Fraud warning after reports of fake Sainsbury’s vouchers in circulation

Shoppers are being advised to be wary of fake emails pretending to be from Sainsbury’s after a rise in reports of fake gift vouchers sent on behalf of the supermarket.

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‘Smishing’ scam sends fake NatWest messages

Action Fraud is warning people not to be duped by fake text messages claiming to be from NatWest after the cyber-crime reporting centre received new reports of text message fraud.

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Eight bizarre food trends you’ll want to avoid in 2018

Eight bizarre food trends you’ll want to avoid in 2018

Forget pedestrian avocado toast and, frankly, dull doughnut burgers – according to the experts, 2018 has got some truly strange food trends up its sleeve.

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Snow warning issued by Met Office

Snow warning for our region issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice in the home counties today, Sunday January 21.

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The 2016 Sportsman of the Year, triathlete Mike Smallwood receiving his award from the special guest at last year's ceremony, footballer David Busst

SPORTS AWARDS: Last week for your 2017 Rugby Sports Awards nominations

Deadline for entries is Friday, January 26

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LOOKING BACK - January 18, 2018 edition

LOOKING BACK - January 18, 2018 edition

Largest signal gantry in the world

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Just one of over 200 illustrations to collect in the brilliant Arcade Mode

Console Corner: Street Fighter V Arcade Edition review

Finally worthy of legendary series.

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Comment: Nationalising our railways is the only way to fix chronic problems

Just who exactly supports the UK’s privatised railway industry?

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Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Horrified carnivores have blasted a British food institution online – complaining famous tinned Fray Bentos pies ‘don’t contain enough meat.’

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5 apps that will help you save money

5 apps that will help you save money

January is traditionally a month for money-saving resolutions, with many people forced to tighten the purse strings after going gung-ho with the plastic over Christmas and New Year.

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Rugby & Northampton ladies at Cofton Park in Birmingham  (back from left) Alison Cobb, Zoe Shepherd, Helen Jones and  Angela Copson. (Front) Efthymia Katsogianni and Minerva Chesser

CROSS COUNTRY: Best performance of season by Rugby & Northampton’s men

Dominic Jones leads club home again

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From the Advertiser archives - January 18, 2018 edition

From the Advertiser archives - January 18, 2018 edition

In the news 100, 50 and 25 years ago

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FUNDING: Sports people invited to apply for support from GLL Sport Foundation

FUNDING: Sports people invited to apply for support from GLL Sport Foundation

Deadline for applications is February 20

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Concerns raised after Rugby's homeless move from town centre

A chain of events which began with the arrest of two for aggressive begging has seen shop doorways cleared of rough sleepers and the council place 12 in accommodation.

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Rugby Borough manager Darran Tank

FOOTBALL: Biggest game yet for Borough hosting title rivals Thurnby Rangers at Kilsby Lane

Manager Tank relishing the challenge

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ORIENTEERING: Octavian Droobers

ORIENTEERING: Octavian Droobers

Try it after dark!

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Police are appealing for witnesses

Appeal for witnesses after break-in in Cawston

Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was broken into in Cawston.

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Paddy Hannifin.

Funeral ‘fit for a king’ for Rugby man

A Rugby family have marked a send-off ‘fit for a king’ as they paid tribute to father-of-three Paddy Hannifin.

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Take the lead with Rugby animal expert Sophie

Here’s the latest update from Sophie Peacock, who runs Lowhills Animal Behaviour Consultancy, and who will be answering your concerns with her monthly section...

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Health news.

Retired Rugby GP's COMMENT: Lobby to make the Government act on NHS before it is too late

The Prime Minister recently stated complacently that cancelling routine planned operations and some outpatient appointments is merely sensible planning for the winter – humbug.
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