News archive from 9 March 2013, page 2

Smokers reveal quitting strategies

One in ten smokers have made themselves feel sick by chain-smoking their way through their last pack of cigarettes to try help them stop, a poll suggests. And 35% have kept away from friends and family who smoke while trying to kick the habit. The...

 

Child dies after third-floor fall

A four-year-old boy has died after falling from the window of a block of flats, police have said. The child plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow at about 10.20am on Friday. He was rushed to Royal Hospital for Sick...

 

Second steppers 'need more help'

Three in five people aiming to take their second step on the property ladder over the past year have found themselves stuck on the first rung, research has suggested. Three-quarters of struggling "second steppers" would like to see more...

 
Police hunting Doncaster burglar release photo

Police hunting Doncaster burglar release photo

Detectives have released a picture of a man they want to speak to in connection with a number of burglaries across Doncaster. Colin Richardson is believed to have been involved in offences in Sprotbrough and Askern, say officers leading the...

 

Second steppers 'need more help'

Three in five people aiming to take their second step on the property ladder over the past year have found themselves stuck on the first rung, research has suggested. Three-quarters of struggling "second steppers" would like to see more...

 

Van Dyck portrait spotted online

Art experts have identified a 17th-century portrait by King Charles I's court painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck after it was spotted on a website. Dr Bendor Grosvenor, an art historian and dealer, spotted the oil painting online and has confirmed it as an...

 

Van Dyck portrait spotted online

Art experts have identified a 17th-century portrait by King Charles I's court painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck after it was spotted on a website. Dr Bendor Grosvenor, an art historian and dealer, spotted the oil painting online and has confirmed it as an...

 

Van Dyck portrait spotted online

Art experts have identified a 17th-century portrait by King Charles I's court painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck after it was spotted on a website. Dr Bendor Grosvenor, an art historian and dealer, spotted the oil painting online and has confirmed it as an...

 

Child dies after third-floor fall

A four-year-old boy has died after falling from the window of a block of flats, police have said. The child plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow at about 10.20am on Friday. He was rushed to Royal Hospital for Sick...

 

Smokers reveal quitting strategies

One in ten smokers have made themselves feel sick by chain-smoking their way through their last pack of cigarettes to try help them stop, a poll suggests. And 35% have kept away from friends and family who smoke while trying to kick the habit. The...

 

Smokers reveal quitting strategies

One in ten smokers have made themselves feel sick by chain-smoking their way through their last pack of cigarettes to try help them stop, a poll suggests. And 35% have kept away from friends and family who smoke while trying to kick the habit. The...

 

Smokers reveal quitting strategies

One in ten smokers have made themselves feel sick by chain-smoking their way through their last pack of cigarettes to try help them stop, a poll suggests. And 35% have kept away from friends and family who smoke while trying to kick the habit. The...

 

Van Dyck portrait spotted online

Art experts have identified a 17th-century portrait by King Charles I's court painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck after it was spotted on a website. Dr Bendor Grosvenor, an art historian and dealer, spotted the oil painting online and has confirmed it as an...

 

Van Dyck portrait spotted online

Art experts have identified a 17th-century portrait by King Charles I's court painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck after it was spotted on a website. Dr Bendor Grosvenor, an art historian and dealer, spotted the oil painting online and has confirmed it as an...

 

Second steppers 'need more help'

Three in five people aiming to take their second step on the property ladder over the past year have found themselves stuck on the first rung, research has suggested. Three-quarters of struggling "second steppers" would like to see more...

 


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