News archive from 4 November 2012

Baker back on air after show rant

Presenter Danny Baker took to the airwaves for the first time since his on-air rant against BBC bosses. The DJ quit his BBC London 94.9 show live on air and went on a two-hour tirade against station chiefs after learning his regular daily show is to...

 

Baker back on air after show rant

Presenter Danny Baker took to the airwaves for the first time since his on-air rant against BBC bosses. The DJ quit his BBC London 94.9 show live on air and went on a two-hour tirade against station chiefs after learning his regular daily show is to...

 

Free bus travel offered to East Lancashire's young jobseekers and students

FREE bus travel is being promised to young jobseekers and would-be students in Lancashire as part of a £1million education initiative. Nearly 3,000 youngsters not currently in employment, education or training - the county’s so-called NEETs - could...

 

More teens seek help for cannabis use

New and more harmful strains of cannabis could be responsible for the growing number of teenagers needing specialist help after using the drug, The Daily Telegraph reported today. The story comes from a new report on substance misuse among young...

 
Mobo Awards: Emeli Sande scoops three prizes

Mobo Awards: Emeli Sande scoops three prizes

Singer Emeli Sande was the big winner at the Mobo Awards, taking three prizes at the music ceremony in Liverpool. Sande won best album for Our Version of Events, best female and best R&B/soul. The prizes cap a breakthrough year in which the star...

BBC, 22:13 in Art & Culture
 

Let's not avoid the difficult questions on the future of our airports

Sir Howard Davies, the man with the job of deciding whether Britain needs a new airport, must be looking with some alarm at the precedents. In 1971, after more than 18 months of work, the Roskill commission recommended that a four-runway airport to...

 
Police searching England and Wales for clues in Catherine Gowing case

Police searching England and Wales for clues in Catherine Gowing case

The 37-year-old has been missing for more than three weeks, and on Thursday human remains were found in a pool in Sealand, Flintshire. Yesterday, other remains were discovered on the banks of the River Dee, close to Chester, although there is not yet...

Metro, 22:22 in Hot News
 
Bradley Wiggins 'withdraws from tax avoidance scheme'

Bradley Wiggins 'withdraws from tax avoidance scheme'

The 32-year-old Tour de France champion was recently named as a member of a scheme known as Twofold First Services, which was owned and run by a firm in the Cayman Islands. People who chose to use it were reportedly able to take advantage of farming...

Metro, 22:22 in Hot News
 

Catherine Gowing murder: Police find more human remains

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of missing Flintshire vet Catherine Gowing have found more human remains.The discovery in Ferry Lane, Chester, was made at 2.15pm on Friday by an off duty Cheshire Constabulary officer walking the banks of the River...

 

EU tells Alex Salmond to think again in Scottish independence row

Herman Van Rompuy, the president of the European council, gives his views on Scottish independence. Watch this video on YouTube The president of the European council has intervened in the Scottish independence debate, claiming that nothing will be...

 

Catherine Gowing murder: Police find more human remains

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of missing Flintshire vet Catherine Gowing have found more human remains.The discovery in Ferry Lane, Chester, was made at 2.15pm on Friday by an off duty Cheshire Constabulary officer walking the banks of the River...

 

Mancini blasts Balotelli for missed chance and claims 'top player' would have scored

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini tonight insisted a 'top player' should have scored the sitter squandered by Mario Balotelli that cost the champions dear in a 0-0 draw at West Ham.A win would have seen City join rivals Manchester United at the...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 

I want to fine my players! Di Canio fumes after Swindon crash to Macclesfield

Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio wants to dock the wages of his players after they slumped to a home defeat by Blue Square Bet Premier side Macclesfield.Di Canio, furious at the way his team were defeated by second-half goals from Tony Diagne and...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 
Thousands watched as sky was illuminated

Thousands watched as sky was illuminated

The cold did not deter the huge crowd which was entertained by performances from a variety of acts, before the colourful show was brought to life above their heads. Grandmother Pat Leech, 65, from Aylestone, was with her two grandchildren at the...

 

Community News - Annesley Woodhouse

Forest Road Methodist Church Monday evening Fellowship was led by Trevor Lee. Thursday’s ‘Time for Prayer’ was followed by Movement to Music arranged by Jennifer Redfern and Elizabeth Cook. Margaret Johnson served coffee. Sunday morning worship was...

 


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