News archive from 13 March 2012

So what will David Cameron see on board Air Force One?

So what will David Cameron see on board Air Force One?

On Tuesday, David Cameron will become the first non-US world leader ever allowed to ride along on Air Force One, the US president's custom-built, totally secure, extremely cool plane. During the PM's US visit this week, he and Obama will fly from...

 

West Yorkshire Police lose 120 first-responders

West Yorkshire Police lose 120 first-responders West Yorkshire Police lost more than 120 officers dealing with 999 emergencies in a single year – despite the Government’s vow to protect “frontline” policing. The number of so-called “first responders”,...

 

Arsenal 2 Newcastle 1: Vermaelen strikes late as Gunners close gap on Spurs

Thomas Vermaelen's stoppage time goal earned Arsenal the victory they needed to close the gap on Tottenham to a point after beating Newcastle 2-1 at the Emirates. The game was ignited in 55 crazy first-half seconds as both sides scored. Hatem Ben Arfa...

Daily Mail, 22:05 in Sport
 
Blackburn teenager dies after falling during street 'dispute'

Blackburn teenager dies after falling during street 'dispute'

By Dan Clough , Reporter A BLACKBURN teenager has died after falling during a street ‘dispute’. Zeeshan Khan, 18, of Dartford Close, Audley, had been in a coma for a week but died today (Monday). Police said he was involved in an incident with a...

 
Lewis Hamilton does his homework as he seeks to rescale F1 heights

Lewis Hamilton does his homework as he seeks to rescale F1 heights

Lewis Hamilton has conducted a race-by-race post mortem on last season as he attempts to end Sebastian Vettel's ambitions to make it a hat-trick of Formula One world titles. Last year was the worst of Hamilton's five seasons in F1, his wins in China,...

Guardian, 22:06 in Sport
 
London 2012: Team GB's Istanbul efforts delight Charles van Commenee

London 2012: Team GB's Istanbul efforts delight Charles van Commenee

Charles van Commenee has thanked those who criticised the ranks of so-called "plastic Brits" in his team for inspiring the athletes to a best-ever team performance at the world indoor championships. Great Britain won nine medals in Istanbul...

Guardian, 22:06 in Sport
 
RFU refuses to get swept away by wave of support for Stuart Lancaster

RFU refuses to get swept away by wave of support for Stuart Lancaster

Stuart Lancaster has been told by the Rugby Football Union's chief executive, Ian Ritchie, that England's stirring win in Paris will not guarantee him the role of permanent head coach. Ritchie said the RFU will stick to its worldwide recruitment...

Guardian, 22:06 in Sport
 
How we made: John Wardley and Candy Holland on the Nemesis rollercoaster

How we made: John Wardley and Candy Holland on the Nemesis rollercoaster

John Wardley, rollercoaster designer Back in the 1990s, most designers were building big, plain rollercoasters. I wanted to create something cleverer, better, more dramatic. I decided to make Nemesis, at Alton Towers, an "inverted...

 
IRELAND UPBEAT OVER O'BRIEN FITNESS

IRELAND UPBEAT OVER O'BRIEN FITNESS

Ireland are confident that Sean O'Brien will return for Saturday's RBS 6 Nations clash with England despite spending last week in hospital. O'Brien picked up a foot infection that ruled him out of the 32-14 victory over Scotland - Peter O'Mahony...

Daily Star, 22:11 in Sport
 
Yahoo files lawsuit against Facebook

Yahoo files lawsuit against Facebook

Yahoo is suing Facebook over 10 patents that include methods and systems for advertising on the Web, according to a copy of the lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed in a San Jose, California federal court, marks the first major legal battle among technology...

Guardian, 22:15 in Business
 

Blackburn teenager dies after falling during street 'dispute'

By Dan Clough , Reporter Zeeshan Khan, who died on Monday. A BLACKBURN teenager has died after falling during a street ‘dispute’. Zeeshan Khan, 18, of Dartford Close, Audley, had been in a coma for a week but died today (Monday). Police said he was...

 

73% say Afghan war is unwinnable

Nearly three-quarters of the public believe that the war in Afghanistan is unwinnable. The figure has grown from 60% in June last year to 73%, while more than half (55%) think British troops should be withdrawn immediately compared to 48% previously....

 

Soldier arrested over stab killing

A serving soldier has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was stabbed to death. Ian Lowe from the 1st Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment is being held in connection with the death of Leanne McNuff in Greater Manchester, sources...

 

Soldier arrested over stab killing

FURY has erupted in a north Northumberland village after plans for a nine-turbine windfarm were revealed - to be sited just south of another proposed 16-turbine windfarm. Could tolls be the answer to A1 dualling? News Local News District News Regional...

 

Soldier held over stab killing

A serving soldier Is being questioned on suspicion of murder after a woman was stabbed to death. Ian Lowe from the 1st Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment is being held in connection with the death of Leanne McNuff in Greater Manchester,...

 


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