News archive from 8 October 2012

Community News - Edingley

St Giles' Church Members joined the congregation at St Michael’s in Halam for their Patronal Festival on Sunday morning.

 

Balotelli back in Italy to watch Milan derby a day after storming down Man City tunnel

Mario Balotelli was in the stands to watch the Milan derby on Sunday night just a day after he stormed off the pitch as Manchester City beat Sunderland at the Etihad Stadium. Balotelli - who is among six players recalled by Italy head coach Cesare...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 

Spurs 2 Aston Villa 0: Caulker and Lennon help AVB's men leapfrog rivals Arsenal

After last Saturday's victory at Old Trafford, Andre Villas-Boas promised something special. While this victory fell far short of that lofty guarantee, it was nevertheless just as satisfying for the Portuguese - in an altogether different context, of...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 

That's a slice of bad luck: Bennett injury reminiscent of Rooney's horror cut

Aston Villa's Joe Bennett was taken to hospital for treatment on a nasty gash on his leg - much like the injury which recently ruled Wayne Rooney out for a month.The defender was left reeling in agony after colliding with an advertising hoarding...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 

X Factor suffers ratings fall

The X Factor's first live show of the series was 1.7 million viewers down on last year - while Strictly Come Dancing was more than a million up, overnight figures show. The ongoing ratings woes will be an unwanted present for X Factor boss Simon...

 

Messi and Ronaldo light up El Clasico

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo matched each other blow for blow at the Nou Camp, bagging two goals apiece as Barcelona and Real Madrid battled out an entertaining 2-2 draw in the first Clasico of the Primera Division season. Tito Vilanova's Barca...

Daily Post, 22:09 in Sport
 

Johnson won't rule out top job bid

Boris Johnson has declined to rule out the possibility of a future bid to become Conservative leader and Prime Minister - but insisted he supports David Cameron and described rumours about his ambitions as "a distraction" from his job as...

 
Bangalore bids to be India's aerospace hub

Bangalore bids to be India's aerospace hub

A crowd of workers looks on proudly as a tractor tows a military helicopter across a huge field near Bangalore, in the Indian state of Karnataka. This is the Rudra - one of the modern fighter aircraft produced at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (Hal),...

BBC, 22:15 in Business
 
Gary Barlow walks off X Factor set after Louis Walsh's vote saves Rylan

Gary Barlow walks off X Factor set after Louis Walsh's vote saves Rylan

Both Rylan and Carolynne faced the chop after finding themselves in the first sing-off of the series - with Rylan performing the Dreamgirls hit One Night Only and Carolynne singing Faith Hill's There You'll Be in their bid to stay in the...

Metro, 22:22 in Showbiz
 
Heartbroken mother is unable to cuddle newborn son because rare condition means his skin blisters when he is held

Heartbroken mother is unable to cuddle newborn son because rare condition means his skin blisters when he...

After nine months of pregnancy Daniela Brine could not wait to finally hold her newborn son. But she has been left heartbroken after little Anthony was diagnosed with a rare skin condition which means she will never be able to cuddle him. The...

Daily Mail, 22:28 in Health
 
Tamworth woman missing - police appeal

Tamworth woman missing - police appeal

Jean may have been wearing a brown coat and trainers when she went missing. Inspector Ashley Farrington, from Staffordshire Police, said: "We're very worried about Jean and would ask that anyone with information about her whereabouts contact us...

 
Race for top job at Bank of England goes global as two overseas bankers emerge as contenders

Race for top job at Bank of England goes global as two overseas bankers emerge as contenders

Two overseas bankers have emerged as dark horse contenders in the race to become the next governor of the Bank of England. Mark Carney, the 47-year-old head of the Bank of Canada, and Glenn Stevens, the 54-year-old Reserve Bank of Australia chief, are...

 

CBI director backs George Osborne's 'tax cut for millionaires'

Business has backed George Osborne's decision to cut the top rate of tax from 50p to 45p and branded Labour's pledge to soak the rich "counterproductive'. CBI director general John Cridland told the Daily Mail that "it would be a mistake' to...

 

WH Smith shrugs off the economic malaise as profits set to hit £100m

Profits at WH Smith are set to hit £100million for the first time as Britain's biggest newsagent shrugs off the economic malaise. It is expected to report a steady increase in profits for the 12 months to August 31 from £93million last year when it...

 

'I can't afford saving for retirement': Half of business owners have no private pension

Almost half of Britain's small business owners have no private pension to support them in retirement, according to a new study. As auto-enrolment of staff in pensions is enforced this month for the biggest companies, the study of 448 small business...

 


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