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ATOMIC Kitten star Kerry Katona recently popped into Ashoka in Seaham, near Newcastle, prior to taking part in the Big Reunion concert in the city. She was joined by her new fiancé, former


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ABDUL’S restaurant in Lupset, near Wakefield, claims to be the first in the UK to have its new range of healthy curries approved by a heart charity. Created by owner Abdul Ghafoor in partnership with Heart Research UK, the dishes have been tested by a leading food science expert who has verified they contain much lower levels of salt, calories and saturated


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fat than the norm. Abdul says he has developed a range that still delivers in terms of


taste and quality, while also being healthier. He adds, “With healthier options people often expect less tasty or bland dishes, but I wanted my range to meet with the high expectations of my customers.” n


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Rugby League player George Kay,


Kerry took time out to chat


with fans who were waiting outside. Owner Akki Miah said: “Kerry was nice enough to go and meet people and took pictures with the public. She was such a nice down-to-earth lady and it was a joy having her at our restaurant.” n


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