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  • BEAUTY BUZZ

    ¦ e.l.f.'s Jelly Pop Dew Primer, above, £10, is back just in time for summer. This sticky gel primer is touted as a must-have for keeping your make-up in place while also treating your skin to a hydrating hit of hyaluronic acid, watermelon extract and antioxidants. Plus, with a refreshing watermelon scent, applying it will get you in the mood for brighter days and picnics in the park.

  • BEST FILMS

    On the Waterfront Today, BBC2, 1.15pm Winner of eight Oscars, this gritty drama stars Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy (pictured), a former prize fighter who runs errands for the gangsters who control the dockyard unions. When Terry witnesses a murder, he intends to keep quiet, but a priest (Karl Malden) and the dead man's sister (Eva Marie Saint) try to convince him to speak out. Clueless Tomorrow,

  • 'Underdog' Raducanu to open her title tilt on first day

    EMMA Raducanu heads into Wimbledon full of confidence but played down expectations for her first match tomorrow.

  • 'Darkest day' as future of women's team under threat

    A READING fan group has described Friday as the "darkest day yet" for the club amid reports the women's first team has been forced to withdraw from the Championship and the likelihood of their pathway closing.

  • Alphonse Le Grande storms to Vase victory

    ALPHONSE Le Grande finished with a flourish to ensure the Jenningsbet Festival Northumberland Vase went to Ireland for the second year in succession. While a consolation race for the more prestigious and valuable Northumberland Plate, with a total prize fund of £75,000 up for grabs, the two-mile contest is a competitive event in its own right.

  • 'His dad would be amazed that he has done it'

    A TEENAGER who lost his dad to lung cancer last year is facing fresh heartache after his mum was diagnosed with kidney and breast cancer. Kyran Kumar, 17, has admitted "I don't know how long she has left" as she battles the disease.

  • A sneak peek into what goes on behind closed doors as Heed look for new players

    GATESHEAD are leaving no stone unturned in their bid to build on the back of one of the most successful seasons in their history - and the Sunday Sun has been given a fascinating insight into their recruitment plans.

  • Bad luck for Bourne but team boss still upbeat

    FRANCO Bourne is another racer focusing on the next round as he prepares to get back on track at Snetterton on Friday.

  • A left-back conundrum and a striker firing blanks

    ENGLAND face Slovakia in a Euro 2024 last-16 clash in Gelsenkirchen this evening looking to advance to the quarter-finals.

  • A FAMILY AFFAIR (12)

    Love is blind to many things, including a 16-year age gap, in a contemporary comedy drama directed by Richard LaGravenese, which flirts with the same wish fulfilment as the swooning Anne Hathaway-Nicholas Galitzine romance The Idea Of You, replacing boyband stardom with Hollywood celebrity.

  • Bay chairman: New boss has discipline the team needs

    WHITLEY Bay chairman Paul McIlduf f is looking forward to working with new manager Jay Bates ahead of the new Northern League season.

  • Defensive duo eyed

    NEWCASTLE United centre-back Sven Botman is making excellent progress as he recovers from a knee issue.

  • GAMES, SET & PARIS MATCH

    PARIS - city of light, love, worldfamous landmarks, fabulous food and, this summer, the Olympic Games.

  • Normanby fail to capitalise on good start as Marton take win

    IN the Teesside Sport North Yorkshire & South Durham ECB Premier League, Normanby Hall got off to a good start at Marton, with Matthew Brown scoring 37, but then Sam Berry claimed 4-38 and Zohaib Zamankhail took 4-30 and they were all out for just 118 runs. Lee Hodgson then made a watchful 37 not out, to guide his side home to victory on 119-3, despite Faizan Hussain taking 3-39.

  • point CRUNCH

    WHEN Rachel Khoo started out as a chef, she was often the only woman in a professional kithen.

  • RUSSELL GRANT

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  • Bruno reveals truth about fan outburst in Brazil game

    NEWCASTLE United star Bruno Guimaraes has been forced to explain his angry outburst during Brazil's 4-1 win over Paraguay at the Copa America.

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  • READERS DURHAM & NORTH EAST LG

    DIVISION ONE IN the Readers Durham & North East Cricket League, Durham City batted first at Mainsforth with Joe Twiddy scoring 51, Bryan Potts 34 and Thomas Reynolds 86, as they put together a total of 222-7. The home side then had made 30-1, at the time of going to press.

  • Pip has this drive for justice… she wants to do right by the world

    A Good Girl's Guide to Murder BBC iPlayer from tomorrow SINCE its release in 2019, Holly Jackson's young adult mystery crime novel A Good Girl's Guide to Murder has become a teen sensation.

  • SOUND JUDGEMENT

    SONGWRITER Johnny Cash HHHHI Johnny Cash's posthumous album, Songwriter, is a collection of 11 unreleased tracks, recorded in 1993.

  • NORTHUMBERLAND & TYNESIDE

    DIVISION ONE IN the Northumberland and Tyneside Cricket League, Blaydon decided to bat first at Alnmouth & Lesbury and made 132 all out, with Daniel Hutton scoring 34 and then Chalana De Silva took 4-34. A&L started brightly in reply, with Edward Brunton making 79 not out and then Jonathan Ridley scored 46 and they romped home to win on 135-1.

  • Zac and Nicole together are so great… It's hot, steamy and amazing!

    CASTING Zac Efron as a Hollywood heart-throb in a sunny LA rom-com seems like a no-brainer.

  • INSIDE TODAY

    Star cast chat about new Netflix rom-com

  • CRUSH OF THE WEEK

    Need some new sunnies that will go with everything? Well, here they are.

  • ON THE grapevine

    With summer soirées in full swing and a thirst for new flavour experiences, here are some single-serve, ready-made drinks, perfect for picnics or any time the sun's shining and the outdoors beckons... Asda Pica Pica Sauvignon Blanc South Africa, £2.50, 11% abv, 250ml, Asda's new Pica Pica range has eight varieties to choose from, including white wine, rosé and sparkling. We've plucked the...

  • Castle cruise to a nine-wicket win

    IN the Dukes ECB North East Premier League, Sunderland decided to field first at Ashbrooke against Castle Eden. Opener Jonathan Malkin scored 32 and JP Meade 34, but Joseph Stuart claimed 3-40 and they were all out for 159 runs. The home side then made a solid start, as Daniel Shurben cracked 80 from 82 balls and they cruised home to victory on 162-1, for a nine wicket win.

  • Brit No.1 Draper ready for battle after fighting back from injury

    A YEAR ago, Jack Draper sat on his sofa watching near contemporary Carlos Alcaraz lift the Wimbledon title and plotting his way to the top.

  • Young guns can step up for first-team run-outs

    NEWCASTLE United's pre-season plans are beginning to take shape with an upcoming friendly against Hull City now confirmed before a jaunt over to Japan for two clashes against J League opposition.

  • Durham and England star goes back to school

    ENGLAND cricket captain Ben Stokes has visited a primary school in Newcastle.

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