News archive from 10 August 2013

Canada PM brushes off protests, says spectrum auction to proceed

"We have every intention of continuing that policy in the interests of Canadian consumers and the broad Canadian public, including proceeding with the auction as we have laid out for some time," Harper told reporters in Miramichi, New...

Reuters, 00:01 in Business
 

Barcelona expect Luiz to tell Chelsea he wants to quit to push move through

Barcelona expect David Luiz to tell Chelsea on Monday that he wants to join the Spanish champions. Barca had an opening bid for the Brazilian rejected on Wednesday with Mourinho warning them not to return with another bid. However, Barcelona are...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

MY ASHES VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Former England opener Marcus Trescothick's favourite memories of England v Australia

MY ASHES - PREVIOUS INSTALMENTS MIKE GATTING DICKIE BIRD DARREN GOUGH JOHN CHALLIS RICKY PONTING STUART BROAD PAUL NEWMAN DIETMAR HAMANN JONATHAN TROTT ALEC STEWART PAUL BURNHAM SHAUN TAIT PHIL TUFNELL Each and every day of this Ashes series,...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

TOP SPIN ASHES SPECIAL: Lawrence Booth with all the facts, figures and stunning statistics from day one in...

ROOT PROBLEM Joe Root's dismissal for 16 means he has now scored 258 runs in this series - but 180 of them came in just one innings at Lord's. Had a simple edge been accepted in the slip cordon when he had made only eight in that knock, his Ashes...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

BUMBLE... IN HOSPITAL: England's batting was awful, but being pampered by the nurses made up for their woes

KNEESY DOES IT Here I am in a lovely hospital in Rochdale having had a full knee replacement operation and I'm pleased to say it's all gone very well. It was wear and tear over the years that caused it and clearly I should have worn a better pair of...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

England's batting is a concern, Cook's boys must have the hunger for big scores

England's inability to post big first-innings totals has become a concern. They have been doing just enough against this Australia side but, if they want to compete with the best in the world - South Africa - they have to do a lot better. Having said...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

After his angry exit in Manchester and bat tape accusations, Pietersen walks the walk

Shortly before teatime in the North-East of England, Kevin Pietersen walked. This wouldn't usually count as news, except that batsmen who walk these days are sighted about as often as the supposed ghost up at Lumley Castle - and the question of...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

The Lyon King! England's batsmen are mauled by ninth best spinner in the world

England self-destructed in the fourth Investec Test on Friday as they collapsed at the hands of the world's ninth-best spinner. From being 149 for two after winning the toss, the home side slumped to 238 for nine at Chester-le-Street, with Nathan Lyon...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Manning's WikiLeaks breach put Central Command in crisis mode -witness

The testimony by Rear Admiral Kevin Donegan, operations director of the U.S. Central Command from 2010 to 2012, came as the prosecution wraps up its case in the sentencing phase of Manning's court-martial. Manning, 25, faces up to 90 years in prison...

 

Dinnington: Get silly on the Wellie this Sunday

Fun and games for all the family will be on offer on Sunday 11st August at Dinnington Miners' Welfare Ground. The event, called ‘Get Silly on the Wellie’ runs from 12 noon until 4pm at the recreation field off Lodge Lane. All sorts of wacky and...

 

Village raises £114,000 for pub bid

Village residents have given more than £100,000 in recent weeks towards the cost of buying a local pub, with the aim of turning it into a community hub, housing a post office, cafe and accommodation. Bamford Community Society in the Peak District is...

 

Watchdog probing 'go home' ad vans

The Home Office is facing further woe over its immigration policies after the advertising watchdog launched a fresh investigation into its controversial "Go Home" ad vans. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said it had received 60...

 

More pupils 'rule out university'

Rising numbers of school leavers are pursuing alternative options to university, new figures suggest. The number of people applying for schemes such as apprenticeships and vocational courses through one website has more than doubled in the space of a...

 

Village raises £114,000 for pub bid

Village residents have given more than £100,000 in recent weeks towards the cost of buying a local pub, with the aim of turning it into a community hub, housing a post office, cafe and accommodation. Bamford Community Society in the Peak District is...

 

More pupils 'rule out university'

Rising numbers of school leavers are pursuing alternative options to university, new figures suggest. The number of people applying for schemes such as apprenticeships and vocational courses through one website has more than doubled in the space of a...

 


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