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  Eight top beauty products reduced in the Eye of Horus Boxing Day sale Eye of Horus have taken their Boxing Day sale to another level this year with up to 60 per cent off their eco-friendly, cruelty-free, luxurious products inspired by the goddesses of Ancient Egypt. The name Eye of Horus comes from the ancient Egyptian eye symbol that represents well-being and healing and the brand's products are all highly-pigmented, have impressive staying power and empower you to face the day with confidence. Here are our top eight sale picks to help you harness your inner goddess, create dazzling, smudge-proof eyes and feel fabulous with a lipstick that lasts all day.

Watford have suspended two season ticket holders while police investigate alleged homophobic chanting at their game against Southampton.

The incident is said to have occurred during the Hornets' 1-0 Premier League defeat at Vicarage Road on October 30.

  Watford suspend two fans as police probe alleged homophobic chanting © PA

Sky Sports News understands that the two fans will be banned until Hertfordshire Constabulary conclude their investigation.

On November 1, Watford said they had spoken with the supporter who reported the allegation in a bid to find the individuals responsible.

The club said at the time: "We reiterate our zero-tolerance approach to discrimination and how to report it."

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South Australian taxidermists Stevan Green, Tamara Vlaanderen say business is growing .
There are only a handful of taxidermists in Australia and fewer willing to do pets. For those wishing to remember their loved ones in a physical way, this couple is offering their services."It was a woman and she loved it. She had [the stuffed cat] sitting in her lounge beside the fire," Stevan says.

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