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catch (the) headlines

To be featured on the headlines of news articles, as due to being particularly important, popular, fashionable, etc. It may not be so tremendous as to catch the headlines, but this small change in immigration law could have a huge impact on foreign workers. The pop star caught headlines yesterday after his latest run-in with police.
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Though Wolves have generally caught the headlines this term, Chester, who scored in Villa's 3-0 victory at the Stadium of Light, is encouraged by the timing of his side's run of form.
Panganiban has caught the headlines again following her bitter separation from ex-boyfriend John Lloyd Cruz over his alleged infidelity.
It was the debate over the IPO that caught the headlines in 2017, however.
While these big announcements caught the headlines, it's worth reflecting on some of the pioneering initiatives that the North East is contributing to the UK's industrial strategy and ambitions for the low-carbon transition.
Guys like Simon Uzokwe and Adam Radwan caught the headlines with a couple of tries each which they took well, but they'll be the first to admit there were things to learn from a defensive standpoint.
Moreover, not only has Ed caught the headlines with his phenomenal solo concerts, he's also been involved in an array of spellbinding collaborative performances over his career to date, further proving his colossal status in the musical world - in 2012, Ed performed at the London Olympics' closing ceremony alongside members of Pink Floyd and Genesis for a very special version of "Wish You Were Here" and in 2015, Ed shared the stage with Beyonce and Gary Clark Jr.
His set-pieces caught the headlines for obvious reasons but it was a delight to see him show his best dribbling abilities in Wales' four wins.
Immediately a fan created a banner labelling Nagpur as Nag-poor show, and that caught the headlines in some local newspapers.
The two of them caught the headlines all over the world last year when Mohsen, with his seven-year-old son Zaid in his arms, was tripped by a Hungarian journalist while running from authorities at the Hungarian borders alongside other Syrian refugees.
UPTOWN FUNK ADELE may have caught the headlines and attention towards the end of the year but it was this supercatchy tune from Mark Ronson, right, and Bruno Mars that was actually the biggestselling single of 2015.
UPTOWN FUNK ADELEmay have caught the headlines and attention towards the end of the year but it was this supercatchy tune from Mark Ronson, right, and Bruno Mars that was actually the biggest selling single of 2015.
Leroy Sane (19) has caught the headlines and much Premier League appeal so far this season, while Max Meyer (20) and Leon Goretzka (20) have shown maturity beyond their years.
Malky Mackay and Mark Hateley were sent off but it was the ruck between Paolo di Canio and Ian Ferguson that caught the headlines.
The answer is in the one recommendation that caught the headlines last week - the need to develop a shared long-term vision of the Welsh learner that translates into a small number of clear measurable long-term objectives.
But Fianna Fail's Niall Collins said: "Mr Hogan has caught the headlines but missed the point.