News archive from 9 September 2012

Magnitude 5.6 quake hits Costa Rica

(Editing by Peter Cooney)

 
MCCLEAN TO STAY IN IRELAND SQUAD

MCCLEAN TO STAY IN IRELAND SQUAD

Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni has decided against kicking James McClean out of the squad after the Sunderland winger made a grovelling apology to his team mates for a foul-mouthed tweet. McClean was furious that Trapattoni did not...

Daily Star, 22:00 in Sport
 
CAVENDISH SEEKS MOVE FROM SKY

CAVENDISH SEEKS MOVE FROM SKY

Mark Cavendish has confirmed his desire to leave Team Sky less than a year after signing for the British squad. The 27-year-old 23-time Tour de France stage winner and 2011 world champion is seeking an amicable end to his contract, which was agreed...

Daily Star, 22:00 in Sport
 

Accrington man in court on arson charge

THE man who set fire to the empty Accrington Conservative Club causing widespread disruption on the day of the Queen’s visit has appeared in court on a separate arson charge. Blackburn magistrates heard Colin Peter Andrews, 39, of Whalley Road,...

 

Accrington man in court on arson charge

THE man who set fire to the empty Accrington Conservative Club causing widespread disruption on the day of the Queen’s visit has appeared in court on a separate arson charge. Blackburn magistrates heard Colin Peter Andrews, 39, of Whalley Road,...

 

Drink-driver had 5in lock knife hidden in sock

By James Connell A DRINK-driver was stopped by police, who went on to find he had a lock knife hidden in his sock. Stephen Peace, aged 54, of Tolladine Road, Worcester, admitted driving with excess alcohol when he appeared before Worcester...

 

Oscar gets gold! Pistorius claims top spot with Paralympic record in T44 400m

Oscar Pistorius brought the house down with a fantastic T44 400m victory to win gold in the last event of the Paralympics in the Olympic Stadium. The South African star won in 46.68s which was a Paralympic record, with his rival Alan Oliveira...

Daily Mail, 22:20 in Sport
 

Soldier 'was light of many lives'

A Grenadier Guards soldier who died from injuries suffered in Afghanistan a month ago has been praised by his family as a "light of many lives". Guardsman Karl Whittle, 22, died on Friday in a UK hospital from gunshot wounds sustained during...

 

Balls plea to Cable over economy

Ed Balls has issued a fresh appeal to Business Secretary Vince Cable to work with Labour on a Plan B for the economy as he seeks to exploit coalition tensions. The shadow chancellor said he wanted to join forces with "sensible people in the...

 

Murray storms into US Open final

Andy Murray overcame Tomas Berdych and a howling gale to reach his fifth grand slam final at the US Open. A storm delayed the start of play and, although the rain cleared, an extremely strong wind blew the whole way through the match, disrupting play...

Daily Post, 22:35 in Sport
 
PISTORIUS STORMS TO 400M GOLD

PISTORIUS STORMS TO 400M GOLD

The South African did not quite manage to live up to Friday's claim that he would sign off in "spectacular" fashion, but he was still a hugely convincing winner in a new Paralympic record 46.68 seconds, more than three seconds ahead of the...

 

David Simpson returns home

THE North Yorkshire pilot locked up in an African jail after stumbling across the remains of massacre victims has returned home to England. David Simpson, 24, of Gillamoor near Kirkbymoorside, landed at Heathrow today, more than five months after...

 
PISTORIUS STORMS TO 400M GOLD

PISTORIUS STORMS TO 400M GOLD

Oscar Pistorius finally won his first individual gold medal of London 2012 in the very last race at the Olympic Stadium. The South African did not quite manage to live up to Friday's claim that he would sign off in "spectacular" fashion, but...

Daily Star, 23:08 in Sport
 
MURRAY STORMS INTO US OPEN FINAL

MURRAY STORMS INTO US OPEN FINAL

Andy Murray overcame Tomas Berdych and a howling gale to reach his fifth grand slam final at the US Open. A storm delayed the start of play and, although the rain cleared, an extremely strong wind blew the whole way through the match, disrupting play...

Daily Star, 23:08 in Sport
 

Pistorius storms to 400m gold

Oscar Pistorius finally won his first individual gold medal of London 2012 in the very last race at the Olympic Stadium. The South African did not quite manage to live up to Friday's claim that he would sign off in "spectacular" fashion, but...

Daily Post, 23:11 in Sport
 


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