July 10, 2011 at 8:26 pm (Sports)

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Te-Sheng-Do is based in Manchester. Whether it’s Karate, Kickboxing, Dancing, Aerobics and Krav Maga or you are just interested in general fitness, our classes welcome everyone from beginner to advanced (whether you are a child or an adult).
Visit Studio 54, 54 Graver Lane, Manchester, M40 anytime after 5pm Tuesday to Thursday and speak to any of the Instructors.

Studio 54 can also be found on Facebook


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RAMMSTEIN announce M.E.N Arena return

July 5, 2011 at 6:59 am (Music)

Rammstein return to the M.E.N Arena next spring as part of their highly anticipated greatest hits tour Made In Germany 1995 – 2011.
Tickets for the Thursday 1 March concert go on sale at 9am Friday 8 July, priced £42.50.
The German industrial rockers return to the Arena with a brand new production for 2012 following last year’s Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da (Love Is There For All Of Us) UK tour.
Formed in Berlin in 1994, the band – Till Lindemann, Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Flake Lorenz, Christopher Schneider and Oliver Riedel – scored a massive debut hit when their first album, Herzeleid, sold over half a million copies.
Since then Rammstein, part of Germany’s Neue Deutsche Harte scene, have released a further five albums with tracks from 1997’s Sehnsucht appearing in David Lynch’s film Lost Highway.
The band will release a Best Of album later this year.
For tickets click, call 0844 847 8000 or buy in-person, without a booking fee, from the M.E.N Arena Box Office (credit/debit card charges apply) from 9am Friday 8 July.

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End the menace of potholes

July 5, 2011 at 6:55 am (Uncategorized)

Potholes cause millions of pounds of damage to cars every year. Join our call for a new road sign to warn of the dangers.
By Chris Torney

The government must take urgent action to ensure drivers are warned when their vehicles are at risk of damage from potholes. That is the aim of a new Confused.com campaign.

We have set up a petition calling for the national adoption of a new “potholes ahead” road sign, which will indicate to motorists that they are about to encounter a heavily damaged road surface.

A survey suggests that pothole damage costs UK drivers as much as £400 each a year, with the overwhelming majority – 90 per cent – of road users saying they do not feel adequately alerted to upcoming potholes.

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