News archive from 7 May 2012

Man charged over takeaway death

A man has been charged with manslaughter after a Good Samaritan was killed as he attempted to break up a late-night brawl in a takeaway shop. Allan Glenny, 23, of Clinton Avenue, Blackpool, has been accused of manslaughter in connection with the death...

 

One hand on the trophy! Toure double leaves City on brink of first title in 44 years

Roberto Mancini finally conceded the title is within touching distance for Manchester City on Sunday but vowed to guard against complacency sabotaging their greatest achievement in 44 years.After beating Newcastle 2-0 at the Sports Direct Arena,...

Daily Mail, 22:11 in Sport
 
New headteacher wants to make Lillington proud

New headteacher wants to make Lillington proud

Buy photos » New Lillington Primary School headteacher Derek France. Picture by Jon Mullis. 17.012.022.leam.jm1 (www.buyphotos247.com) THE NEW headteacher of Lillington Nursery and Primary School has promised he will turn it into a centre the whole...

 
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson hopes Mark Hughes will take revenge on Manchester City

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson hopes Mark Hughes will take revenge on Manchester City

Sir Alex Ferguson believes the "unethical" manner of Mark Hughes' sacking by Manchester City could help trigger a Devon Loch-style collapse next week that opens the Barclays Premier League title door for Manchester United. Although...

Daily Post, 22:18 in Sport
 

Man arrested on suspicion of murdering Worcester mum Jacqueline Harrison

A 51-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman found dead at her home. The body of Jacqueline Harrison, 47, was found at a flat in Gresham Road, Worcester, on Thursday. A post-mortem examination showed she had sustained...

 

Jeweller Graff to launch $1 billion HK IPO May 21 - sources

In the coming two weeks, the company, its bankers and advisers will meet with fund managers and institutional investors around the world, before deciding on a price range for the deal ahead of the roadshow. Pricing is set for early June, though no...

Reuters, 22:23 in Business
 

Further disruption is on its way for rail users

DELAYS in pensions talks between East Midlands Trains and drivers' union Aslef will mean more unnecessary disruption for passengers. That was the message yesterday from the train company, which said it was disappointed that the union has refused to...

 

Plans to split retail banking and investment banking to be formally unveiled in Queen's Speech

Plans to split retail banking and investment - or "casino' - banking are to be formally unveiled in the Queen's Speech this week. The Government will use the monarch's annual address to reveal its plans to implement recommendations made by Sir...

 

Aspiring models take to catwalk in Modelsearch

Aspiring models take to catwalk in Modelsearch Young hopefuls on the catwalk at the Kirkgate centre, Bradford Budding fashion stars were put through their paces on the catwalk in the heats of the Bradford Modelsearch competition. More than 450...

 

Former Kuwait PM questioned in graft probe

He was questioned last week by a tribunal that has jurisdiction over past and present ministers as part of an ongoing inquiry into alleged graft under the previous administration, the source said, confirming a report in al-Sabah newspaper. Sheikh...

 

Benefits of breast screening questioned

“Breast cancer screening could cause more harm than good,” The Daily Telegraph has today reported. The newspaper says up to half of the benefit that some women get from living longer lives could be cancelled out by others having misdiagnoses or...

 

School tests branded waste of money

Government plans to test 11-year-olds on their spelling and grammar have drawn fierce criticism from school leaders, who warned the move is a waste of taxpayers' money. The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) raised the prospect of a future...

 

Girl dies in tent 'poison' tragedy

A teenage girl has been killed and her parents and brother admitted to hospital with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning after a campsite tragedy thought to have been caused by a disposable barbecue. Paramedics fought to save the girl after the family...

 

Body recovered during river search

Police searching for a missing schoolboy who disappeared after falling into a river have discovered a body. Ian Bell, eight, fell into the swollen River Wear near Willington, County Durham, on April 27. Durham Police said that the body of a young boy...

 

Lords plan not a priority - Osborne

George Osborne has signalled the Government will stall flashpoint Lords reforms plans as the Conservatives attempt to halt the increasingly bitter public attacks from their own ranks. The Chancellor vowed ministers would "focus on the things that...

 


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