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 | 24/04/2009 2:51 pm

  • MEET THE CHEF: Handmade quality fudge made by Caroline Pearse in Somerset - CAROLINE Pearse has made the the leap from classroom to kitchen all in the name of fudge.
  • TRY IT: Chloe, 11, asked impossible to answer questions in SATs test - HAVE a go at answering this question - even Einstein would have been flummoxed.
  • Missing teenager believed to be in Somerset - Have you seen this girl?
  • Penalty shoot out raises funds for children's hospice - ENGLAND goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has nothing to fear from Archie Bee.
  • Woman in her thirties found dead at property in Taunton - A WOMAN in her thirties was found dead at a property in Taunton, police have confirmed.
  • Knives and class-A drugs seized and 12 arrested in drugs raids - A DOZEN people have been arrested after police carried out drugs raids in Somerset.
  • INSIGHT: Fears council could be 'too involved' if changes to home education go ahead - CHANGES could be on the horizon over how children are home educated across the country.
  • VIDEO: Police use horse for crime prevention message - A HORSE has been helping police get a crime prevention message across.
  • Yarnbombing brings colour to Taunton town centre - THIS is your big chance to get involved in the County Gazette Yarnbombing Award.
  • SOMERSET CAMERA CLUB: Pictures published on July 12, 2018 - HERE are the pictures published in the County Gazette from Somerset Camera Club members on Thursday, July 12, 2018:
  • Do you remember the day the Daleks came to a Taunton church? - APPEAL for information about the day the Daleks visited a Taunton church.
  • Former Taunton PCSO cleared after mistakenly believing he was punched by a drunk - A POLICE support officer has been cleared of lying about being attacked by a homeless man after telling a jury he made an honest mistake.
  • Employment rate in Taunton Deane hits 82%, figures reveal - THE employment rate in Taunton Deane has increased over the past year, as the Government hails record highs across the UK.
  • Taunton's shops can take on and beat internet, says minister - A GOVERNMENT minister has had some nice things to say about Taunton during his visit today.
  • Was top councillor sacked from leading role? You decide - A COUNCIL leader denies he has sacked a trusted lieutenant who has been jettisoned from the executive.
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  • Brexit deal: Let's get on with it, says Theresa May - Cabinet ministers will push the Chequers plan in Europe as Theresa May warns the clock is ticking.
  • Macron orders office reorganisation over protester beating row - The French president acts as his ex-aide is charged over a video showing him beating up a protester.
  • Recycled packaging 'may end up in landfill', warns watchdog - There is no guarantee that the products you recycle are actually recycled, the UK watchdog warns.
  • First malaria drug in 60 years given approval - A drug that can stop people getting recurrent bouts of malaria has been approved by regulators in the United States.
  • The inside story of the faked murder that fooled the world - Faking a murder: The assassin, the police, the victim and his wife explain how they convinced the world it was real.
  • Why millions listen to this nine-year-old girl's advice - How a nine-year-old girl is helping to keep people safe in London.
  • DVLA asks UK drivers to retake eye test - Drivers must meet minimum standards, including being able to read a number plate from 20m.
  • Worcester 'acid attack': Boy aged three injured - He has been treated in hospital for serious burns to his arm and face, police said.
  • Carter Page denies FBI claims he was Russian agent - Documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring" with Russia in 2016.
  • Homeless but working families rise by 73%, says Shelter - There's been a dramatic rise in the number of families who work but are still homeless, says charity.
  • Rise in lenders valuing homes below sale price - "Down valuations" can lead to sales falling through and property chains collapsing.
  • Five ways to beat holiday childcare cost - Entertaining kids during the holidays is expensive, but some have found innovative ways to cut the cost.
  • Israelis demand equal gay surrogacy rights - Tens of thousands of people hold a protest against a recent law denying surrogacy to gay couples.
  • The Papers: 'No deal risks civil unrest' and 'pure evil' - A warning from the UK boss of Amazon and the "acid attack" on a three-year-old boy make the front pages.
  • The woman helping domestic abuse victims with Instagram - The young Australian blogger travelling across the world to help domestic abuse victims.