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Could shorthand be relegated to the history books?

The journalism training council - NCTJ - says shorthand will no longer be compulsory for all its students.
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The tennis star opens up about his new book, "Ways of Grace," live on "GMA."
The singer opens up about the upcoming competition show live on "GMA."
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The 29 artists selected by Seattle Art Museum curator Catharina Manchanda for the Bellingham National present media as diverse as photography, video, audio and sculpture as well as more traditional w
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Arts Council England takes money from four major venues in a bid to boost regional organisations.
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Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook delivered an emotional speech while accepting the MVP award.
The ginger singer played Croke Park in Summer 2015.
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Williams told McEnroe to "keep me out of your statements that are not factually based" after McEnroe said the top-ranked Williams would "be like 700 in the world" on the men's tennis circuit.
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By Emmelia Georgiou After a successful appearance at Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre in Paphos, the Steppin’ Out Jazz Band returns to the garden of the venue on Friday for a night of swing jazz from t
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