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The hugely popular former Ospreys back-rower was tragically killed alongside his partner Alana Madill in a car crash in June, an accident which left their baby daughter Ayla fighting for her life.
This is a hugely important award for the Jaguar XE at the time it reaches its first owners in its home market.
I know my collegues here at The Beat have been raving about this one for a while, but regardless - massive congratulations to the team behind the hugely ambitious AVA Festival, which takes over part of the Titanic Quarter tomorrow.
The army's training programme will be held during the circuit's hugely popular weekly training nights, TrainYAS and GoYAS by Daman's Activelife.
So it is that this hugely successful musical, which sort of retells Monty Python and the Holy Grail, feels like more of a tribute to the gags of the good old days than a thrilling new comedy experience.
Adapted for the stage from the hugely successful novel by Sebastian Faulks, Birdsong is a tale of both love and courage before during and after the monumental conict.
He said: "They are hugely relieved and overwhelmed by all the support.
The statement read: "Unfortunately, this is a very sad case of a minority overshadowing the majority and spoiling what was a hugely successful event and as such we're now talking about this minority's disgusting and inexcusable behaviour.
It will be based on the site of the already hugely sucbe based on the site of the already hugely sucsuccessful Kielder Observatory which already cessful Kielder Observatory which already boasts 25,000 visitors a year.
LEN reliving the magic of the country's old dance halls in Len's Glitterball Britain, the follow-up to his hugely successful LEN Goodman will be reliving the magic of the country's old dance halls in Len's Glitterball Britain, the follow-up to his hugely successful book My Lost London.
The Derby winner was hugely impressive yesterday but left the impression that with his pace a mile and a half is as far as he wants to go, and it would be surprising - given the lessons learned from Camelot's career and articulated recently by Aidan O'Brien - if connections ever chanced him on deep ground over that trip.
Watch_Dogs is a hugely enjoyable open-world hi-tech adventure, where hacking everything and anything electrical is your forte.