News archive from 11 June 2012

Teenager dies at RockNess festival

A teenage boy has died at a music festival in the Highlands. The 19-year-old collapsed in the main area at the RockNess festival on Saturday night. He is thought to have taken drugs. The teenager, from Portobello in Edinburgh, was taken to the...

 

Girl critical after theme park fall

A four-year-old girl remains in a critical condition in hospital after falling from a bridge while visiting a theme park. Jessica Blake, from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, suffered a fractured skull, a bleed on the brain and broken ribs when she fell...

 

Villagers return after flood drama

Residents evacuated from their homes in a flooding scare in Wales are being allowed home after authorities carried out a controlled release of water from a derelict quarry. The new drama was just 20 miles from where flash floods brought havoc to...

 

Flame takes off for northern tour

The Olympic Flame visited its most northern destination as it continued its tour of the UK. The torch reached the Orkney and Shetland islands as it travelled by land, boat and plane. The relay covered just under 30 miles on the ground, but involved...

 

Flame takes off for northern tour

The Olympic Flame visited its most northern destination as it continued its tour of the UK. The torch reached the Orkney and Shetland islands as it travelled by land, boat and plane. The relay covered just under 30 miles on the ground, but involved...

 

Driver's bus stop parking ticket anger

By Dan Clough, Reporter A WOMAN has spoken of her fury after she was fined for parking in front of a Darwen bus stop that has not been used for years. Lynn Dewse parked outside Holker House, in Railway Road, for around half an hour. But when she...

 

Body of young man found in canal at Manchester's Gay Village

Detectives are appealing to the gay community for information after a man's body was pulled from a city-centre canal. The man, thought to be in his late 20s or early 30s, was spotted in the water near Canal Street by a passer-by at around lunchtime on...

 

Man, 19, quizzed over teen murder

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Man, 19, quizzed over teen murder

A 19-year-old man being questioned over the murder of a teenage girl at a house party was "known to the victim", police said. The man was arrested on Saturday after Megan-Leigh Peat, 15, was pronounced dead at a property in Ampthill,...

 

Teenager dies at RockNess festival

A teenage boy has died at a music festival in the Highlands. The 19-year-old collapsed in the main area at the RockNess festival on Saturday night. He is thought to have taken drugs. The teenager, from Portobello in Edinburgh, was taken to the...

 

Villagers return after flood drama

News Local news Business Jobs Apprenticeships Health Behind the headlines Yorkshire & Humber news National news Showbiz news Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle What's on Reviews Motoring Property News Bingo Reader Travel Buy A Photo Dating...

 

Villagers return after flood drama

Residents evacuated from their homes in a flooding scare in Wales are being allowed home after authorities carried out a controlled release of water from a derelict quarry. The new drama was just 20 miles from where flash floods brought havoc to...

 
IRISH BEATEN IN OPENER

IRISH BEATEN IN OPENER

The Republic's first major tournament for a decade and first Euro finals since 1988 may prove a bridge too far as two goals from Mario Mandzukic and one from Nikica Jelavic put their opponents in control of Euro 2012 Group C and left them with a...

 
NO REGRETS FROM PIETERSEN

NO REGRETS FROM PIETERSEN

Pietersen had no option but to forego the shortest format too, thanks to the terms of his central contract, once he informed the England and Wales Cricket Board last week of his intention to quit 50-over internationals. He admits his controversial...

 

Call to rethink diagnosis methods

Many patients are being “overdiagnosed” and given unnecessary medical treatment for problems that will never harm them, says new research. The study has featured prominently in the press, with the Daily Mail reporting “a plague of overdiagnosis”, and...

 


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