News archive from 2 August 2012

Man held over missing oil executive

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More Batley news Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Batley Bulldogs Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle...

 

Rise in Lancashire's retail spending

R ETAIL spending in Lancashire has risen slightly, according to new figures, but customers in the county are said to need more incentive to spend. According to new figures, released by the Office for National Statistics, retail sales for Lancashire in...

 

Man held over missing oil executive

Detectives are treating the disappearance of missing oil executive Carole Waugh as a murder inquiry and have arrested a suspect. Waugh, 50, originally from Durham, has not been seen by her family since mid-April and concerns grew for her after a...

 

Campbell closing in on boxing medal

Hull bantamweight Luke Campbell moved to within one more win of a guaranteed Olympic medal with a nervous 11-9 win over Italy's Jahyn Parrinello at ExCeL. Campbell started slowly, allowing the Italian to dictate the early stages, although Campbell's...

Daily Post, 22:13 in Sport
 

Man held over missing oil executive

Detectives are treating the disappearance of missing oil executive Carole Waugh as a murder inquiry and have arrested a suspect. Waugh, 50, originally from Durham, has not been seen by her family since mid-April and concerns grew for her after a...

 

Duo secure GB's best gymnastics result

Japan's Kohei Uchimura won individual all-round gold at the North Greenwich arena as British duo Kristian Thomas and Daniel Purvis secured Britain's best ever result in the Olympic competition. Uchimura, who won silver in the all-around four years ago...

Daily Post, 22:13 in Sport
 

Closure of the Weston point Expressway northbound, Runcorn, causes lengthy delays for road users

MAINTENANCE works across Halton are beginning to take their toll on road users, with journey times towards Widnes almost quadrupling.The closure of the A557 Weston Point Expressway northbound has resulted in all traffic coming from the M56 and...

 

Two arrested after Connah's Quay house fire

TWO people were arrested after a suspected arson attack at a house in the middle of the night.A bedroom and the bathroom were destroyed by flames at the home in Maengwyn Avenue, Connah's Quay. Three men - the man who lived in the house and two...

 

Learn about your family history at society open day at the Bourne United Reformed Church

THE Bourne branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society is hosting its annual open day on August 18. The event at the Bourne United Reformed Church Hall, Spalding Road, is an opportunity for anyone, from beginners to more experienced researchers,...

 

Once reviled, Indonesia's Prabowo may become next president

Now, the former general has emerged as the most popular candidate for president. If elected, he says he will not roll back the democratic reforms that Indonesia embraced after his then father-in-law Suharto was ousted from over three decades of...

 

Cyclist dies in 'Olympic bus' crash

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Winners of Ryhall photo competition will be announced during exhibition

THE winners of the Ryhall photo competition will be announced on Sunday. Judges Andy Stretton, of Stamford Photo Express, Miranda Amies, of Ryhall Village Stores, and Ryhall parish councillor Stella Smith were delighted with the standard of entries....

 
Sponsored by Hans Rausing admits keeping body of wife Eva weeks after drugs death

Sponsored by Hans Rausing admits keeping body of wife Eva weeks after drugs death

HANS Rausing has admitted keeping dead wife's body in their home for two months after her death because of "didn't want her to leave". • Eva Rausing’s body discovered by police on 9 July • Post-mortem established date of death as 7 May •...

Scotsman, 22:22 in Hot News
 

Cameron and Putin to discuss Syria

Aug 1 2012 David Cameron and Vladimir Putin are to hold talks on the Syrian civil war. The British Prime Minister and Russian President will discuss the crisis during a bilateral summit in Downing Street. Mr Cameron is likely to raise Russia's...

 
New Parking Charges for Tamworth

New Parking Charges for Tamworth

At the Hospital Street car park, long-stay parking will similarly cost £4.50 for stays of more than 4 hours. Meanwhile, parking rates at the Jolly Sailor and Riverdrive car parks have been cut from £2.50 to £1.50 for an all day stay, with a £1 cost...

 


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