News archive from 8 November 2012

MOSES SNATCHES WIN FOR BLUES

MOSES SNATCHES WIN FOR BLUES

Victor Moses came off the bench to score an incredible last-gasp winner as Chelsea somehow survived a Shakhtar Donetsk onslaught to win 3-2 and keep their Champions League fate in their own hands. The Blues were in danger of being the first holders to...

Daily Star, 22:01 in Sport
 
Guatemala quake kills at least 15

Guatemala quake kills at least 15

Guatemala quake – witnesses reported seeing people buried in some of the 30 houses that collapsed in the town of San Marcos, near Mexico. Photograph: EPA A 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Guatemala Wednesday morning, killing...

 
Colorado and Washington enjoy their marijuana moment

Colorado and Washington enjoy their marijuana moment

Pro-cannabis protesters were celebrating in Colorado and Washington – but were left disappointed in Oregon. Photograph: Alan Porritt/EPA Marijuana users and activists celebrated the drug's legalisation in Colorado and Washington as landmark victories...

 

Derbyshire backs calls for adoptive parents

A national call to find more adoptive families for children in care is being backed by Derbyshire County Council. National Adoption Week aims to encourage anyone who has thought about adoption to find out more. In Derbyshire there have been 65...

 
Sponsored by Creative Scotland bosses attacked over all-male panel for new awards

Sponsored by Creative Scotland bosses attacked over all-male panel for new awards

BOSSES at under-fire arts quango Creative Scotland are embroiled in a new controversy after it emerged an all-male panel has drawn up the shortlist for its new awards. The agency, which has been attacked over its relationship with artists and bodies,...

 

Drink-driver banned

A KITCHEN fitter was banned for nearly two years after pleading guilty to drink-driving. Michael Croft, 47, of Skyrrold Road, Malvern, admitted being more than twice the legal limit when he appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court. Croft, who is in...

 

Barack Obama's second term: change he can believe in

Put to one side for a moment who won the most polarised and bitterly contested presidential election of modern times. Think about what won. Healthcare reform won, not only because Barack Obama's victory ensured that the law cannot be repealed in its...

 
Obama's in-tray - Guantánamo Bay

Obama's in-tray - Guantánamo Bay

A photograph released on 11 January 2002 shows detainees accused of being Taliban and al-Qaida fighters in Guantánamo Bay prison. Photograph: Getty Images Among the many issues that got little attention in the election campaign was one that has done...

 

United's Champions League clash with Braga suspended after floodlight failure

Manchester United's Champions League victory over Braga was temporarily suspended after the match was plunged into darkness following a floodlight failure. With Braga leading 1-0, the two teams were hauled off the pitch after a generator lost power...

Daily Mail, 22:15 in Sport
 
MOSES SNATCHES WIN FOR BLUES

MOSES SNATCHES WIN FOR BLUES

The Blues were in danger of being the first holders to crash out of the competition before Christmas as former target Willian twice cancelled out almighty howlers from goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov which gifted goals to Fernando Torres and Oscar, the...

 
CELTIC SHOCK MIGHTY BARCA

CELTIC SHOCK MIGHTY BARCA

It was a Group G clash that the Hoops were not supposed to win but the east end of Glasgow exploded in the 21st minute when midfielder Wanyama headed in from a Charlie Mulgrew corner. And in the 83rd minute 18-year-old Watt, on for Mikael Lustig to...

 
APPLETON NAMED BLACKPOOL BOSS

APPLETON NAMED BLACKPOOL BOSS

Appleton moves to Bloomfield Road as successor to Ian Holloway, who ended a highly-successful three-and-a-half year stint with the Seasiders to join npower Championship counterparts Crystal Palace at the weekend. The 36-year-old former Manchester...

 

Nadine Dorries: out of the jungle, and into ...

MPs can more or less write their own job description, so from Edmund Burke to Nadine Dorries, the appropriate weight to give to constituents, Westminster, public argument and personal judgment has mostly been a subjective choice, a calibration between...

Guardian, 22:24 in Showbiz
 

Kourtney and Kim take London! The Kardashian sisters arrive in the capital wearing all black outfits and...

They may have flown in all the way from Miami, but the Kardashian sisters still managed to look good when they touched down in London on Wednesday morning.Kim and Kourtney landed at Heathrow at around 10am and headed straight to the Dorchester Hotel,...

 

Tour de France champ Bradley Wiggins injured after being knocked off his bike in road smash

OLYMPIC and Tour de France champion cyclist Bradley Wiggins has been injured after being knocked off his bike. Police were called and the 32-year-old cyclist was taken to hospital after the smash near his home in Eccleston, Chorley. He is thought to...

 


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