Six of the best from local press: Zombie knives victory, Pokemon protest, textitis outbreak and SHARK SPOTTED metres from beach

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Local newspapers are where the news begins: here’s my latest round-up of six local stories which have caught my eye over the last week or so.

Express and Star: The Wolverhampton daily has won its campaign to get giant zombie-killing knives banned in the UK.

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Liverpool Echo: Channel 4 newsreader uses an exclusive column to hit back at Kelvin MacKenzie’s criticism of her for wearing the hijab.

Exeter Express and Star: A Devon woman with a talent for getting her photo in the paper has developed textitis from using her phone too much.

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Northern Echo: A Darlington MP has written to the Home Secretary and Nintendo to protest abou Pokemon Go fans rampaging through a local cemetery.

Teesside Gazette: A dream end to the school year for two childen who got to give the order for their old school to be demolished (video).

And finally.

The Herald, Plymouth: SHARK SPOTTED JUST METRES FROM THE BEACH IN DEVON*

(*You need to watch the video to realise it is really, really small).

You can watch me discuss these stories and others with Mike Mendoza from Latest TV in Brighton:

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