News archive from 8 April 2012

McIlroy makes miserable start

Rory McIlroy fell all the way from third to 19th with a terrible start to his third round in The Masters at Augusta. But the 22-year-old was not alone in that - so did 52-year-old Fred Couples, the joint halfway leader, and Spain's Sergio Garcia. Lee...

People, 22:01 in Sport
 

Nine trapped in collapsed wildcat mine in Peru

"We've communicated with them and they are in good health, thankfully," police officer Jose Saavedra told local radio. A regional health official, however, said the miners were suffering from dehydration and feelings of desperation. Small...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

Time for Obama to join the debate over the failed war on drugs

All wars end. Eventually. Even the war on drugs – resilient for so long – is starting to show signs of exhaustion. It is 42 years since President Nixon introduced the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970. The act set out to...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

PLANS to dual the A1 between Felton and Morpeth could be scuppered if a scheme to build a holiday complex is given the go-ahead. D-day for bid to build cattle barn News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

McIlroy makes miserable start

Rory McIlroy fell all the way from third to 19th with a terrible start to his third round in The Masters at Augusta. But the 22-year-old was not alone in that - so did 52-year-old Fred Couples, the joint halfway leader, and Spain's Sergio Garcia. Lee...

Daily Post, 22:16 in Sport
 
Church vandals are lowest of the low

Church vandals are lowest of the low

Buy photos » Surveying the damage - Vicar Graham Coles, PCSO Ed King and Church Warden Richard Spicer. Picture by Jon Mullis 14.012.002.leam.jm1 VANDALS who ran amok in a Cubbington churchyard smashing gravestones have been branded the "lowest of...

 
Copenhagen really is wonderful, for so many reasons

Copenhagen really is wonderful, for so many reasons

We were not surprised to read last week that the Danes topped the UN's first World Happiness Report, whereas the Brits managed a less than impressive 18th place. Since moving from Finsbury Park in London to Copenhagen three years ago with my husband...

 

Labour targets Budget tax measures

Labour will attempt to defeat the "granny tax", the "pasty tax" and the abolition of the 50p tax by calling a series of Commons votes, it has said. Shadow chancellor Ed Balls insists it is not "too late" to reject the...

 

Voters 'believe PM chooses chums'

Most voters believe David Cameron is running a "Government of chums", according to a new poll. Nearly two thirds of adults think members of the Prime Minister's inner circle are there because of who, rather than what, they know, research for...

 

Swimmer halts 'dramatic' Boat Race

The Boat Race has been labelled "possibly the most dramatic in history" after a Thames swimmer brought it to a halt and a rower was taken to hospital. The event was stopped and restarted after Trenton Oldfield swam into the path of the...

 


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