News archive from 12 September 2012

Policeman dies in island scuba dive

Sep 11 2012 A former British police officer has died while scuba-diving in the Cayman Islands, according to the local police. Chris Devereux, who was a serving officer with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), died during the accident...

 
WALES THRASHED IN SERBIA

WALES THRASHED IN SERBIA

Woeful defending played a major part in Wales' heaviest defeat since 2006 and Aleksandar Kolarov and Zoran Tosic had the hosts 2-0 up inside 25 minutes. Gareth Bale gave Wales hope with a stunning free-kick but Filip Duricic got a third for the hosts...

 

Northern Ireland 1 Luxembourg 1: O'Neill's side denied victory after late equaliser

Northern Ireland had to accept a demoralising draw against Luxembourg after a match they dominated ended with the visitors scoring a heavily deflected equaliser in the 86th minute. Things had started so promisingly for Michael O'Neill's side, with...

Daily Mail, 22:03 in Sport
 

Barley car park was expanded without permission

FURTHER enforcement could take place at a fishery in Barley after the car park was increased in size without permission. Officers at Pendle Council started action in June after unlawful building work was found to have taken place at Boothman Park,...

 

Kremlin enters EU-Gazprom row with strategic firm rules

Putin signed a decree on Tuesday requiring companies deemed strategic - which are mostly major natural resource holders - to obtain government approval to disclose information to foreign regulators, alter contracts or sell property abroad. In remarks...

 
Iain M Banks, Jeremy Bowen and Nick Robinson to join Dundee Literary Festival

Iain M Banks, Jeremy Bowen and Nick Robinson to join Dundee Literary Festival

NICK Robinson, the BBC's political editor, renowned Middle East correspondent Jeremy Bowen, and best-selling sci-fi author Iain M Banks are among the leading names which will be taking part in this year's Dundee Literary Festival. The festival, which...

 
ANDY MURRAY: IT'S ONLY THE START

ANDY MURRAY: IT'S ONLY THE START

ANDY MURRAY says his historic US Open victory is just the start of his Grand Slam story. The 25-year-old Scot beat Novak Djokovic 7-6 7-5 2-6 3-6 6-2 in a thriller at Flushing Meadows. It ended a 76-year wait for a British male winner on the biggest...

Daily Star, 22:07 in Sport
 
SHINKI KAGAWA IN CROCK KO BLOW

SHINKI KAGAWA IN CROCK KO BLOW

SHINJI KAGAWA is facing a race against time to be fit for Manchester United's clash with Wigan this weekend. Kagawa was forced to pull out of Japan's World Cup qualifier with Iraq this week after damaging his back and suffering spasms. The Japan...

Daily Star, 22:07 in Sport
 
KEVIN PIETERSEN OUT IN THE COLD

KEVIN PIETERSEN OUT IN THE COLD

KEVIN PIETERSEN is set to miss the tour of India despite a meeting with new England captain Alastair Cook. The swashbuckling batsman has also spoken with ECB officials in an attempt to get back into the international set-up. Pietersen has been in the...

Daily Star, 22:07 in Sport
 
Scotland 1 Macedonia 1: another home draw for Levein's men

Scotland 1 Macedonia 1: another home draw for Levein's men

There were rounds of booing from the less-than-full Hampden Park at the final whistle after a result which left Scotland in fourth place in Group A. It took several key saves by keeper Allan McGregor to keep Scotland in the match and, although much...

The Herald, 22:07 in Sport
 

Scotland 1 Macedonia 1: Miller equaliser hits back at critics but Levein's side frustrated

Kenny Miller's equaliser rescured Scotland against Macedonia but his side will be disappointed with only taking a single point away from Hampden Park. Scotland fell behind when Nikolce Noveski tucked home after 11 minutes but Miller equalised just...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 

England 1 Ukraine 1: Lampard saves the day with late penalty as Gerrard sees red

A late Frank Lampard penalty salvaged a point for England at Wembley after Roy Hodgson's side were dominated by Ukraine for large periods in the World Cup qualifier.Jermain Defoe's strike was chalked off for a foul in the build-up and Tom Cleverley...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 

I want to be world No 1 and Wimbledon champion, says Murray after New York win

Andy Murray wasted no time after his stunning US Open triumph to set his sights on being officially recognised as the best player in the world. Having had an hour-and-a-half's sleep he woke on Tuesday as a Grand Slam champion with thoughts about being...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 

Barley car park was expanded without permission

FURTHER enforcement could take place at a fishery in Barley after the car park was increased in size without permission. Officers at Pendle Council started action in June after unlawful building work was found to have taken place at Boothman Park,...

 

Exam board plea over GCSE grades

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Football...

 


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