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Arsen Attack

On the 25th of December in the late evening of Christmas day, an arsen fire burnt down The Palace hotel near Earlingham. A local school girl is one suspect of the fire because of her well known trouble making.
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The fire shcked many as it brought down this old hotel. Luckily no one was hurt as all guests and staff evacuated the building sensibly. Mrs Barnes, co owner of the hotel says 'they were marvelous, organised and quite leaving the building towards the gathering point'.

The guests of the buildings have foung temporary hotel whilst The Palce recovers and gets searched through by the csi for key information.

If you know any extra details on the fire please let us know by emailing it to ThePalace@barnes.hotel.org or call 020 8942 1725

Dog days are short.

Supermodel Maggie Rizer’s 2-year-old golden retriever Beatrice died from heatstroke after getting checked into the pet hold of a United Airlines flight earlier this summer, and a new report is surfacing that another dog died aboard a United flight in August, a 2-year-old Neopolitan Mastiff named Barn Barn — also from heatstroke. Passengers and pet advocates say two such deaths so close together are red flags of serious negligence from an airline that promises pressurized, climate-controlled cabins for pets, and charges dearly for them. “It never occurred to me that when he was down in the hold he was dying,” said Bam Bam's stricken owner Michael Jarboe. United has refunded Jarboe the dog’s fare, which we doubt is any comfort for losing man’s best friend.