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Thursday, 08 August 2013

The Daily: August 8

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Written by Maria Sturla
Murray makes a winning return in his first competitive match since Wimbledon
Andy Murray made a winning comeback in the second round of the Rogers Cup in Canada, beating opponent Marcel Granollers 6-4, 7-6 (7-2). This is Murray's first competitive match since he won Wimbledon in July. With the match being played in windy conditions, the world number 2 revealed that he thought his match performance was "okay". He went on to say "I didn't have my timing, especially at the beginning of the second set". Murray will play Ernests
Gulbis in the third round of the Rogers Cup.

Royal baby offered cameo role on Coronation Street
Prince George has been offered a cameo role on one of Britain's most popular soap operas'. Directors at Coronation Street have revealed they want to christen their new set in Salford by featuring the royal baby. John Whiston, the Creative Director of the show, said that this latest revelation continues the "long historical connection" the show has with the Royal family. The royal baby's grandfather, Prince Charles, featured in an episode of Coronation Street in December 2000 to celebrate the programme's 40th anniversary.

Red panda revealed at a Wildlife Park in Scotland
A red panda cub, which was born at a zoo in June, has been unveiled at the Highland Wildlife Park. Named Kush by zookeepers, the cub is the first red panda the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has had in 13 years, with the panda's parents having been brought to Scotland from wildlife parks across Europe. Red panda genetics demonstrate that the species are more closely related to the raccoons and weasels, rather than being genetically similar to giant pandas.

Rare orchid discovered in Northern Ireland
A rare orchid has been discovered in Coleraine, County Londonderry, in the meadows of a hospital. With the plant being legally protected, it has only been recorded at eight sites in Northern Ireland, making it an extremely rare discovery. Donna Rainey, the staff member that found the Marsh Helleborine, asserted that the presence of the orchid on hospital grounds is a "testimony to the quality of the site" and the "proper management regime" that is in place at the Causeway Hospital.

Famous paintings to feature in open-air art exhibition
Paintings by selected artists, including William Hogarth and David Hockney, have been chosen to appear on billboards as part of an open-air art exhibition that will be featured nationwide. The general public have voted and chosen which paintings will appear on 22,000 billboards across the country. The exhibition, which is being hosted as part of Art Everywhere, is designed to showcase Britain's "incredible creative talent" and to celebrate the nation as the "home of brilliant art". The artwork will be displayed at sites between 12-25 August.



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