Police have received complaints about a local hero known as the 'gentle shepherd' because of the excessive noise from cars who honk at him as they drive past.
Moses who is hailed by fans as a "living tourist attraction", said he does not want to cause controversy. But he says he will continue with his mission. - The Telegraph (09/05/2011) READ MORE in 'This Is .... South Devon.It seems Mary Poppins was right, a spoonful of sugar does indeed help the medicine go down.
In my school days boys fought for the right to wear trousers instead of shorts whilst girls fought for the right to wear trousers as well as skirts - how times have changed.
BOY PROTESTS BY WEARING SKIRT TO SCHOOL. A 12-year-old boy has worn a skirt to school in protest against "discriminatory" rules which ban boys from wearing shorts.
Chris Whitehead wore a girls knee-length skirt to classes and addressed 1,368 pupils at morning assembly wearing a black skirt which boys are allowed to wear due to a loophole in the policy which bans boys from wearing shorts during the summer months. - The Telegraph (12/05/2011)
SUGAR HELPS BOOST MEDICINE. Researchers found that taking antibiotics with sugar could improve their effectiveness against certain infections.
Tests showed that glucose and fructose stimulated bugs and made them more vulnerable to drug treatments. Richard Alleyne, the Telegraph (12/05/2011)
Network Rail, so 'baad'ly in need of cutting costs to the point that ..........
SHEEP SET TO WORK ON RAILWAY. Faced with accusations of extravagance, Network Rail has enlisted the help of a flock of sheep to cut costs.
The company, which owns and maintains the country's track, has been lent the animals to help tend a 90-acre field containing rare orchids and wild flowers. - David Millward, The Telegraph (14/05/2011)
Just as talked about as the royal bride was her sister, bridesmaid, Pippa Middleton (shown above). The ceremony not yet over someone had set up a Facebook page entitled the 'Pippa Middleton A**E Appreciation Society'.
The sympathies of all blokes must go out to the owner of the car whose partner had redecorated it, in what may well be the first example of bum rage, with the words 'Is Pippa's bum still better than mine?' - The Telegraph (14/05/2011).
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