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From the King's Lynn News Centre
Friday 17th February 2017 - 6pm:


UK News


Barclays card payment system fails for several hours

Customers with Barclays bank were unable to use their cards to make payments or withdraw cash for several hours.


Rare humpback whale sighted off Devon coast

Photographers and sightseers are flocking to the coast of south Devon to witness a rare sighting of a humpback whale.


Woman charged with dog offence after three-year-old boy's death

A woman has been charged with owning a dangerously out of control dog following the death of a three-year-old boy in August 2016.


Showbiz News

Razzies announced: Which film was the year's worst?

A film criticising Hillary Clinton and superhero ensemble Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice were tied for the most Razzie awards this year.


Jodie Foster warns over Donald Trump's 'attack on democracy'

Hollywood star Jodie Foster has told protesters it is "time to resist" during a rally against Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies.


Will practice make perfect for La La Land star?

La La Land actor Ryan Gosling says he had two choices when making the Oscar nominated movie - learn to play piano or "shatter the dreams" of director Damien Chazelle.


Foo Fighters to headline at Glastonbury 2017

The Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for Glastonbury Festival 2017.


Sports News

Claudio Ranieri bids final farewell to Leicester staff and players

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has left the club's training ground for the last time after saying goodbye to players and staff.


Rory McIlroy says game of golf with Donald Trump not 'an endorsement'

Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to play golf with Donald Trump after a flood of criticism and abuse, saying it "was, quite simply, a round of golf".


Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.


Claudio Ranieri: Sacked Leicester City boss says his 'dream has died'

Sacked Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has responded to his dismissal, saying: "Yesterday my dream died."


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