News archive from 15 April 2012

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 
Spectator in critical condition after Granite City Rally crash

Spectator in critical condition after Granite City Rally crash

A spectator airlifted to hospital in Scotland after being hit by a rally car is in a "life-threatening" condition, Grampian police said. The man, in his 50s, was taken by helicopter to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after the incident at the...

Guardian, 22:03 in Sport
 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 
Murder investigation launched after Jacqueline Harrison's body found

Murder investigation launched after Jacqueline Harrison's body found

Officer went to Ms Harrison's home in Gresham Road, Worcester on Thursday, after neighbours reported the 47-year-old had not been seen for some days. They found she was dead, and a subsequent post-mortem examination revealed she had been assaulted....

Metro, 22:13 in Hot News
 
Death row Scot Kenny Richey facing new jail sentence

Death row Scot Kenny Richey facing new jail sentence

The Scot pleaded guilty to retaliation, after he left a phone message for county judge Randall Basinger on New Year's Eve 2011, in which he warned he was coming to get him. He will be sentenced in Ohio in May and could be jailed for three years for...

Metro, 22:13 in Hot News
 
ROVERS CLAIM MEMORABLE CUP WIN

ROVERS CLAIM MEMORABLE CUP WIN

Leading Championship club Featherstone pulled off a remarkable Carnegie Challenge Cup upset with a tense 23-16 fourth-round victory over Super League neighbours Castleford. Castleford, who reached last year's semi-finals, never recovered from the...

Daily Star, 22:15 in Sport
 
FLOOD STARS FOR IMPRESSIVE TIGERS

FLOOD STARS FOR IMPRESSIVE TIGERS

England fly-half Toby Flood kept Leicester on course for an eighth successive Aviva Premiership final with a fabulous performance at Northampton. Flood, who has dropped to third in the England fly-half pecking order, proved he was back to his best...

Daily Star, 22:15 in Sport
 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

Police have recovered Chinese treasures worth more than £2 million that were stolen in a well-planned heist earlier this month. A gang coolly chiselled into Durham University's Oriental Museum through an outside wall on April 5, taking more than half...

 

Stolen Chinese treasures recovered

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...

 
How to spring free from the interest-only mortgage trap

How to spring free from the interest-only mortgage trap

The credit crunch "honeymoon' is over for homebuyers as lenders continue to increase mortgage interest rates while reducing the choice of loans. After the banking crisis of 2007 and 2008, rates plunged to record lows - a lifesaver for borrowers...

 
Osborne's eurozone ultimatum over Britain's extra IMF contribution

Osborne's eurozone ultimatum over Britain's extra IMF contribution

George Osborne will this week lay down strict conditions on any possible additional contributions to the International Monetary Fund, insisting that extra British cash must not be earmarked for the troubled eurozone. The Chancellor travels to...

 


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