News archive from 8 July 2012

Northampton trampolinists come close in primetime TV talent show

Northampton trampolinists come close in primetime TV talent show

A group of top Northampton trampolinists have narrowly missed out on winning the final of a prime-time TV talent show. The Air Gravity team, made up of six members of the Northamptonshire Trampoline Gymnastics Academy (NTGA), performed on new ITV1...

 
OBAMA HITS BACK AT ROMNEY ON CHINA

OBAMA HITS BACK AT ROMNEY ON CHINA

An advert claims that the Republican candidate profited by allowing China to strip away US jobs. Mr Obama's ad turns again to a recent Washington Post report that several businesses backed by Mr Romney's former private equity firm moved American jobs...

 
Barclays chairman Marcus Agius shocked at the scale of public anger over the Libor-rigging scandal

Barclays chairman Marcus Agius shocked at the scale of public anger over the Libor-rigging scandal

Barclays chairman Marcus Agius this weekend revealed his shock at the scale of public anger over the Libor-rigging scandal and pledged the bank would take action to regain trust and clean up its act. Speaking exclusively to Financial Mail, the...

 

British winner boosts Murray mania

Murray mania has reached fever pitch as the nation pinned its hopes on the Scot becoming the first British men's Wimbledon singles champion in 76 years. Andy Murray is hoping to join compatriot Jonny Marray in the history books after the 31-year-old...

 
WIMBLEDON JOY FOR MARRAY

WIMBLEDON JOY FOR MARRAY

Jonny Marray showed Andy Murray how it is done by becoming a British Wimbledon champion on Centre Court. Marray became the first home player to win a men's doubles title for 76 years, triumphing alongside Danish partner Freddie Nielsen. The pair...

Daily Star, 22:06 in Sport
 

British winner boosts Murray mania

Murray mania has reached fever pitch as the nation pinned its hopes on the Scot becoming the first British men's Wimbledon singles champion in 76 years. Andy Murray is hoping to join compatriot Jonny Marray in the history books after the 31-year-old...

 
Britain's Jonathan Marray wins Wimbledon men's doubles title

Britain's Jonathan Marray wins Wimbledon men's doubles title

They needed five sets to defeat Sweden's Robert Lindstedt and Romania's Horia Tecau in a rollercoaster of a final on Centre Court, but eventually triumphed 4-6 6-4 7-6 6-7 6-3. Marray and Nielsen were unfancied at the beginning of the tournament and...

Metro, 22:12 in Sport
 

It's a love match: Michael Sheen takes girlfriend Rachel McAdams for a very British day out at Wimbledon...

Since they started dating nearly two years ago, Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen have taken their romance from Los Angeles to her native Canada to his home country of Wales.But today the Frost/Nixon actor treated his girlfriend to a very British day...

 
Will Tom let Katie have Suri? New reports claim that divorce will not go to court and is being settled behind closed doors and will stay in New York

Will Tom let Katie have Suri? New reports claim that divorce will not go to court and is being settled...

Expectations that the divorce of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes would be a long, drawn out and bitterly contested legal fight may not be realised according to new reports.Attorneys for the estranged couple are reported to be finalising a full divorce...

 
'Thank you Delta for the black eye!' Fuming Kelly Osbourne tweets a photo of her shiner after getting 'smashed in the face by a TV' in first class

'Thank you Delta for the black eye!' Fuming Kelly Osbourne tweets a photo of her shiner after getting...

Flying first class is par for the course for most celebrities. But as Kelly Osbourne has revealed luxury travel can have its hazards. The star angrily logged on to Twitter on Friday to post a picture of herself with a black eye after being knocked in...

 

High-flying travel agents hit the heights

High-flying travel agents were preparing to set off on a journey of their own this week with a fundraising attempt at the Three Peaks Challenge. Managers from Thomas Cook stores in Yeadon, Ilkley, Horsforth, Moortown, Huddersfield, Garforth, Leeds and...

 
Picture gallery: Students from Caroline Chisholm School in Northampton strut their stuff

Picture gallery: Students from Caroline Chisholm School in Northampton strut their stuff

Pupils from Caroline Chisholm School in Northampton took to the catwalk on Friday night. The students held their own fashion show and strutted their stuff in front of family and friends.

 

Intelligent traffic lights to be installed at Hyndburn's 'worst junction'

A BOROUGH’S ‘worst junction’ will see intelligent traffic lights installed to stop queuing chaos. The problem junction at the gateway to Church and Accrington, commonly sees drivers wait up to 20 minutes just to turn. Daily queues at the junction of...

 
LIBYAN ELECTORATE GOES TO THE POLLS

LIBYAN ELECTORATE GOES TO THE POLLS

Violence and protests in the restive east have underlined the challenges ahead as the oil-rich North African nation struggles to restore stability after the removal and death of long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi. One person was killed and two wounded...

 

Intelligent traffic lights to be installed at Hyndburn's 'worst junction'

A BOROUGH’S ‘worst junction’ will see intelligent traffic lights installed to stop queuing chaos. The problem junction at the gateway to Church and Accrington, commonly sees drivers wait up to 20 minutes just to turn. Daily queues at the junction of...

 


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