News archive from 13 April 2012

Jets make sonic boom in false alarm

PLANS to dual the A1 between Felton and Morpeth could be scuppered if a scheme to build a holiday complex is given the go-ahead. D-day for bid to build cattle barn News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News...

 

Hackers 'eavesdrop on terror line'

PLANS to dual the A1 between Felton and Morpeth could be scuppered if a scheme to build a holiday complex is given the go-ahead. D-day for bid to build cattle barn News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News...

 

Jets make sonic boom in false alarm

A large bang heard by hundreds of people across the country was caused by two Typhoon aircraft responding to an emergency, the Ministry of Defence has said. The RAF jets were responding to a small civilian helicopter that had emitted an emergency...

 
Readers recommend: songs about teenagers

Readers recommend: songs about teenagers

It's so unfair! Every week you make me do this, and I never get any help. You don't care about me! I hate you! (storms off to bedroom, slams door) In truth, some years have passed since the present writer's adolescence. But what other period of life...

 
Man’s ban for attack on partner

Man’s ban for attack on partner

By Sarah Taylor A MAN who attacked his partner in front of their three-month-old son has been given a restraining order to stay away from her and five other people. Wayne Dale, aged 39, assaulted Nicola Wilson in their Droitwich home on Friday,...

 
Vince Cable and David Davis break ranks to join outcry over charity tax cap

Vince Cable and David Davis break ranks to join outcry over charity tax cap

The revolt over government plans to cap tax relief for charitable giving has spread to the cabinet and to some of the most influential voices on the Tory benches as the business secretary, Vince Cable, and Tory MP David Davis voiced their criticism on...

Guardian, 22:05 in Politics
 
Watch out Johnny! It's pirates of Colwall Primary School here

Watch out Johnny! It's pirates of Colwall Primary School here

CHILDREN from Colwall Primary School set sail on a swashbuckling adventure as they performed their end of term play Pirates of the Curry Bean. Youngsters from classes four and five delighted audiences with their fantastic seafaring tale, which saw...

 
Blacks purchase hits JD Sports

Blacks purchase hits JD Sports

Fashion group JD Sports said the turnaround of Blacks Leisure would hit profits this year as the outdoor clothing chain was in a dire condition. JD paid £20m for Blacks in January and its executive chairman Peter Cowgill said when it got the keys from...

Guardian, 22:06 in Business
 
ZIMMERMAN IN COURT OVER SHOOTING

ZIMMERMAN IN COURT OVER SHOOTING

Neighbourhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman has made his first court appearance on a second-degree murder charge following the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. During the brief appearance in Sanford, Florida, Zimmerman stood up...

 
Damien Comolli takes the bullet for Liverpool's expensive follies

Damien Comolli takes the bullet for Liverpool's expensive follies

A chairman pinning blame for poor results on a director of football and a manager taking responsibility for the signings – but not the transfer fees – that contributed to the owners' discontent: the "disconnect" in the summer transfer...

Guardian, 22:10 in Sport
 
London 2012: Greg Rutherford uses Carl Lewis as model for success

London 2012: Greg Rutherford uses Carl Lewis as model for success

After yet another season ruined by injury – tearing a hamstring in the qualifying round of the long jump at the World Championships last year – Greg Rutherford believes he has finally found a technical approach to suit his body type, and it is...

Guardian, 22:10 in Sport
 

ICC defence lawyer wants Libya reported to U.N

"The fact that the Libyan authorities have filed a request for leave to appeal does not exempt them from compliance with the chamber's decision," the lawyer said. "ICC decisions are binding until such time as they are reversed, or...

 

UPDATE 2-Google plans stock split; results spur relief

SAN FRANCISCO, April 12 (Reuters) - Google Inc announced a stock split designed to preserve the control of co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin over the No. 1 Web search engine, as it posted revenue in line with estimates. Investors welcomed the...

 

Ivanovic handed three-match ban

The 28-year-old has made the right-back position his own in recent months and has scored three goals in his past three Barclays Premier League games. Ivanovic will miss Sunday's London derby at Wembley and the club's next two league games - Arsenal...

 

Luke Donald faces early struggle

Luke Donald faces a battle to hold onto his world number one ranking after a poor opening round in the RBC Heritage in South Carolina. Donald needs to finish in the top eight at Harbour Town - where he lost a play-off to Brandt Snedeker last year - to...

People, 22:18 in Sport
 


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