Char­ity shop is sanc­tioned

Irish Daily Mirror - - NEWS -

THE char­i­ties reg­u­la­tor has im­posed an in­ter­me­di­ate sanc­tion on a Done­gal-based re­tailer.

It is­sued a no­tice to the Good and New Shop fol­low­ing an on-site in­spec­tion by staff.

It found the char­ity was not in com­pli­ance with its le­gal obli­ga­tion to keep proper books of ac­count.

Ant and Dec’s mini me duo are leav­ing Satur­day Night Take­away.

Lit­tle Ant and Dec – Neil Ov­erend, six, and Haydn Reid, 10, have spent five years crack­ing up the na­tion, even in­ter­view­ing Hol­ly­wood stars Jen­nifer Lawrence, Scar­lett Jo­hans­son and Sa­muel L Jack­son. The pair are said to be leav­ing to con­cen­trate on school.

They re­placed James Pal­lis­ter and Dy­lan Mckenna-red­shaw.

Let’s give them a big lit­tle wave. Bye. Holly does dances to warm up

Tues­day’s au­di­ence for Sur­vival of the Fittest on ITV2. That’s over half the view­ers gone since it be­gan on Sun­day.

Bat­tle com­mences this week­end in the BBC’S lav­ish Game Of Thronesstyle Greek drama Troy.

In our pic­ture here, Paris and Hec­tor, played by Tom We­ston-jones, clash in one of dozens of fights over love and land told from the per­spec­tive of the Tro­jan royal fam­ily.

Louis Hunter, who plays Paris, says of Troy: “It’s an epic, dis­tilled down into some­thing that is mod­ern and rel­e­vant, with so many uni­ver­sal themes to ap­peal to ev­ery­one.”

Judge for your­self on Satur­day night at 9.10pm on BBC1.


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