News archive from 12 October 2012

Drugs and gun found on Nelly's bus

Drugs and a gun were found on rapper Nelly's tour bus at a West Texas checkpoint where several celebrities have been arrested, US authorities have said. Hudspeth County sheriff's officials said an initial search last night turned up small amounts of...

 

U.S. says still talking to Russia about extending arms deal

"The agreement doesn't satisfy us, especially considering new realities," Russia's Interfax news agency quoted him as saying. But State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Washington and Moscow were still taking about the pact, known...

 

Drugs and gun found on Nelly's bus

Drugs and a gun were found on rapper Nelly's tour bus at a West Texas checkpoint where several celebrities have been arrested, US authorities have said. Hudspeth County sheriff's officials said an initial search last night turned up small amounts of...

 
Scotland's Darren Fletcher ready to face Wales in World Cup qualifier

Scotland's Darren Fletcher ready to face Wales in World Cup qualifier

Scotland skipper Darren Fletcher has declared himself fit and ready to feature in both World Cup qualifiers against Wales and Belgium. The Manchester United midfielder was out of action for almost a year with a chronic bowel complaint. But, despite...

Daily Post, 22:15 in Sport
 

Drugs and gun found on Nelly's bus

Drugs and a gun were found on rapper Nelly's tour bus at a West Texas checkpoint where several celebrities have been arrested, US authorities have said. Hudspeth County sheriff's officials said an initial search last night turned up small amounts of...

 

'Runaway' teacher appears in court

Teacher Jeremy Forrest has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with abducting one of his pupils. Forrest, 30, made his appearance at Eastbourne Magistrates' Court in East Sussex less than 24 hours after being extradited to...

 

Dual Classic winner Camelot undergoes exploratory surgery after attack of colic

Derby and Guineas winner Camelot, who was seventh in last Sunday's Arc, has undergone an operation after an attack of colic. Invasive surgery can be a last option for the potentially fatal abdominal condition but the belief is that Camelot's life was...

Daily Mail, 22:20 in Sport
 

Hooded swordsman threatens staff at Castlefields shop in Runcorn

A SWORD-WIELDING robber and an accomplice threatened staff then fled empty handed from a Runcorn shop.Police said two hooded rogues clad in black burst into Costcutters in Castlefields at about 9pm last Thursday. They used the blade to threaten staff,...

 
Singapore: Economic slowdown opens foreign labour debate

Singapore: Economic slowdown opens foreign labour debate

Kelvin Wee looks out at the factory floor of Patec, the precision engineering company his father started 20 years ago. It's a small operation, mainly the corporate office, that is run out of Singapore for sentimental reasons as Kelvin puts it. Most of...

BBC, 22:25 in Business
 
Inbev Family Pursues Hula Hoops Bid

Inbev Family Pursues Hula Hoops Bid

A vehicle founded by one of the world's most prominent brewing families has emerged as a surprise contender to buy KP Nuts and other British food brands. I understand that Verlinvest, whose founder was Frederic de Mevius, a board member of Interbrew...

 
Jugs of ale at the inn!

Jugs of ale at the inn!

BEER: At the Jug Inn Beer Festival are landlords Barry James and Phil Topps. (BUY THIS PHOTO L7183TS) CHAPEL Haddlesley pub the Jug Inn is celebrating the success of its second beer festival this year - and landlord Phil Topps promises that the...

 

Marines facing Afghan murder quiz

Seven Royal Marines have been arrested on suspicion of murder following an incident in Afghanistan in 2011, the Ministry of Defence has said. The Royal Military Police made the arrests in connection with an incident which occurred after "an...

 

Roll on the year 2037

CHILDREN at Swan Lane First School in Evesham looked to the future when they buried a time capsule. The youngsters put a selection of items in the capsule that will be opened in 25 years’ time.

 

Second-hand cycle sale at Clumber Park

Clumber Park's Cycle Hire Centre will be holding its annual second hand-cycle sale of ex-hire stock on Saturday 13th October. There will be a wide range of cycles and accessories for sale, everything from adult and child cycles and trikes, to tandems...

 

Community News - Bilsthorpe

Burton Court Centre Chairman Sandra Morton welcomed 20 members to Thursday week’s meeting. Raffle winners were Rene Vickers, Lillian Johnson and Ann Moody. Bingo caller was Sandra Morton. Ladies Running Club Leaders Cathie Babbington and Hannah...

 


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