News archive from 6 November 2012

Obama's art army

Obama's art army

Universal ideals … Obama presents Jaspar Johns with the Medal of Freedom. Photograph: AP The most political exhibition in the most political city in America currently occupies the circular galleries of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC. As the US...

 

A chance to get cycling at social rides around Otley

A series of spin-off social rides from a successful fundraising cycling event will begin in Otley this month. This year’s fun-focused Otley Sportive, which consists of three circular routes designed for riders of different abilities, raised more than...

 
TV review: Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature; Nigel Slater: Life is Sweets

TV review: Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature; Nigel Slater: Life is Sweets

Lightbulb moment … Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature. Photograph: BBC/Oxford Scientific Films Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature (BBC1) investigated "miracle animals and the inventions inspired by them". Actually the animals are fairly...

Guardian, 22:11 in Showbiz
 

West Brom 2 Southampton 0: Odemwingie double piles pressure on Adkins

Peter Odemwingie increased the pressure on Southampton boss Nigel Adkins as his two goals propelled West Brom into fifth spot in the Barclays Premier League. Adkins' side remain rooted to the foot of the table after a fifth successive away defeat and...

Daily Mail, 22:11 in Sport
 
Florida on eve of US presidential election

Florida on eve of US presidential election

Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally in Sanford, Florida on 5 November. Photograph: Jim Young/Reuters The ground is already being laid for another huge legal battle over the election in Florida if the largest of the swing states proves decisive in...

 

Burnley teen hit out over insult rumours

A TEENAGER went round to a house and assaulted two people after he was said to have heard rumours people had been insulting his family, a court heard. Darryl Grant Dyson, 18, had had a ‘dysfunctional’ upbringing, had been the victim of racial slurs...

 

Living wage: this is just the beginning

Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu said today that the living wage was a "fuse" to the "gunpowder" of fairness and justice that would explode income inequality. He made his dynamite comments on Guy Fawkes Day as he and Joseph...

 

Burnley teen hit out over insult rumours

A TEENAGER went round to a house and assaulted two people after he was said to have heard rumours people had been insulting his family, a court heard. Darryl Grant Dyson, 18, had had a ‘dysfunctional’ upbringing, had been the victim of racial slurs...

 
Man arrested in Water Orton on suspicion of burglary and car theft

Man arrested in Water Orton on suspicion of burglary and car theft

The Mondeo is believed to have been stolen from the Staffordshire area. It is believed that the driver of the Mondeo was collected by an Audi A6 car which police officers observed in Parkfield Drive, Water Orton early on Sunday morning. The driver...

 
David Cameron orders investigation amid claims that senior Tory is sex abuser

David Cameron orders investigation amid claims that senior Tory is sex abuser

DAVID Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether the North Wales child abuse inquiry "properly did its job" following allegations a senior Conservative was involved. • An inquiry that investigated allegations of historic child abuse in a...

Scotsman, 22:17 in Politics
 
New Forth Bridge starts to take shape

New Forth Bridge starts to take shape

NICOLA Sturgeon was yesterday given a close up view of the new Forth Bridge taking shape as she met with workers on the biggest building project in Scotland in a generation. • Huge sections of new bridge craned out onto Beamer Rock from Rosyth as...

Scotsman, 22:17 in Politics
 

Burnley teen hit out over insult rumours

A TEENAGER went round to a house and assaulted two people after he was said to have heard rumours people had been insulting his family, a court heard. Darryl Grant Dyson, 18, had had a ‘dysfunctional’ upbringing, had been the victim of racial slurs...

 

IDS peddling urban myths

Seeing Ed Miliband and Boris Johnson on the same side of the living wage debate can be a little disconcerting, but it shouldn't devalue the principle. Johnson has built his career on supporting some popular concepts to counterbalance his general...

 
West Brom ease to victory over Southampton with Odemwingie brace

West Brom ease to victory over Southampton with Odemwingie brace

The Baggies striker was in deadly form at the Hawthorns as Southampton's porous defence failed to contain the hosts' attacking force and, despite some encouraging moments, the visitors were soundly beaten. Southampton went into the game with the...

Metro, 22:25 in Sport
 
ODEMWINGIE DOUBLE SINKS SAINTS

ODEMWINGIE DOUBLE SINKS SAINTS

Adkins' side remain rooted to the foot of the table after a fifth successive away defeat and they have now conceded 28 goals in 10 league matches. But these are halcyon days for the Baggies and they bounced back from heartbreaking injury time defeats...

 


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