News archive from 4 December 2013, page 11

Now that's how you celebrate! Hockey goal sparks 26,000 teddy bears being tossed onto ice to spread some...

While football fans are content to scream at the top of their lungs, cricket fans politely clap and darts fans have a beer (or two), supporters of the Calgary Hitmen do their celebrations a little bit differently. It may look like any other goal, but...

Daily Mail, 08:52 in Sport
 

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Daily Mail, 08:52 in Sport
 
Romanian minister: 'Britain should be grateful for influx of Romanians and Bulgarians'

Romanian minister: 'Britain should be grateful for influx of Romanians and Bulgarians'

Her comments are particularly relevant to Lincolnshire, which already has a significant and increasing immigrant community, particularly in the rural south of the county. Mrs Campeanu said Romanians were already meeting shortfalls in key UK...

 

StanChart warns 2013 profits could fall on year

The bank said that is likely to leave income for the full year "broadly flat" from 2012. Operating profit in its consumer bank will be down by at least 10 percent because of problems in Korea, the bank said, with profit from wholesale...

Reuters, 08:55 in Business
 

Spoiler alert! Coronation Street's Tina McIntyre shares a kiss with Peter Barlow on his wedding day

They've been flirting with each other for weeks but things soon come to a head between Coronation Street's Tina McIntyre, played by Michelle Keegan and Peter Barlow, played by Chris Gascoyne. The Daily Mirror reports that Peter's head is turned by...

 

Soldier held over nail bomb find

A soldier has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences after a nail bomb was found at a house. The 19-year-old man was detained at an Army base in Paderborn, Germany, following the discovery of the suspicious device at a terraced house in...

 

Nigella Lawson set to give evidence

Nigella Lawson is expected to give evidence at the trial of two of her former personal assistants today. It is alleged that between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2012, Italian sisters Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo committed fraud by abusing their...

 
Manhunt After Police Officer Shot In Leeds

Manhunt After Police Officer Shot In Leeds

A manhunt has been launched after a police officer was shot and injured in Leeds. West Yorkshire Police are appealing for the public to help trace James Leslie, 37, after an incident that took place shortly after 4am at Cardigan Road in the...

 

Euro deflation threat crushes investors' inflation-protected bet

But they should be back in profit next year as the currency bloc evades outright deflation and as institutions seek to diversify while protecting themselves against the longer-term risks of rising prices. Inflation-linked bonds, known as...

Reuters, 09:02 in Business
 
Your fridge just texted: Japan electronics firms pin hopes on 'smart' appliances

Your fridge just texted: Japan electronics firms pin hopes on 'smart' appliances

Companies from Panasonic Corp to Toshiba Corp are diverting engineers and money away from their TV operations and into developing 'smart appliances' after losing out in the living room to cheaper Asian rivals. A fridge that texts pictures to show...

 

Australia defends raids on E. Timor lawyer and whistleblower

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) had ordered the search warrants executed on Tuesday on the offices of lawyer Bernard Collaery and an unnamed former spy turned whistleblower, Brandis said in a statement. The raids have angered...

 

Arsenal after William Carvalho and in the queue for Promes

AS ARSENAL prepare to make life hell for Hull at the Emirates this evening, Portuguese rag Abola reports that the Gunners are making eyes at highly rated Portuguese international William Carvalho.  Long likened to a young Patrick Vieira, the Sporting...

The Week, 09:11 in Sport
 

Major boost for rivers in Penrith area

A weir and a ford have been removed from two rivers in the Penrith area, as part of a major scheme to return them to nature. The Eden Rivers Trust (ERT) is hoping that the work will allow fish such as salmon and trout to move more freely in the...

 

Wenger vs Match of the Day as Arsenal prepare for big games

A BULLISH Arsene Wenger has attacked Match of the Day's panel of under-fire pundits for writing off Arsenal's title chances. The BBC's football show has consistently dismissed the Gunners as serious title contenders with so-called experts Alan Hansen,...

The Week, 09:21 in Sport
 
Terror Asbos For Extremists Under PM Plans

Terror Asbos For Extremists Under PM Plans

Asbos for terrorists and extremists could be introduced under new proposals from a task force set up by the Prime Minister. The Terror and Extremist Behaviour Order (Tebo) would mean civil authorities could take action against people seeking to...

 


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