News archive from 15 May 2012

BRITON STABBED IN VEGAS SEX SPA ROW

BRITON STABBED IN VEGAS SEX SPA ROW

The attack on the unnamed Briton took place at a Las Vegas business licensed as a health spa, but that investigators believe was really a front for prostitution. Five women and a man were arrested when police arrived after the attack a little before...

 
JACKSON'S CLOTHES TO GO ON TOUR

JACKSON'S CLOTHES TO GO ON TOUR

Celebrity auctioneer Darren Julien said clothing created by Jackson's long-time designers will be exhibited in South America, Europe and Asia. The exhibit opens on May 18 at the Museo de la Moda in Santiago, Chile. It features items such as Jackson's...

 
PALESTINIAN HUNGER STRIKES END

PALESTINIAN HUNGER STRIKES END

The deal ended a strike in which prisoners had gone without food for up to 77 days, leaving several close to death. It was the longest strike ever staged by Palestinians in Israeli custody. With the Palestinians set to hold an annual day of mourning,...

 

Friends and family cheer Ashleigh and Pudsey to victory in Britain’s Got Talent

FRIENDS and family of Ashleigh Butler flocked to Wrenn School in Wellingborough on Saturday night to cheer Ashleigh and her dog Pudsey to victory in the Britain's Got Talent final. Ashleigh’s fellow pupils, her brother Brett, six, her sister Tayla,...

 

Study rates heart scan techniques

“Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans should be used to assess patients with suspected heart disease, rather than standard checks,” reports BBC News today. This story is based on a large, well-designed study comparing a new technique called...

 

Vomiting bug shuts hospital wards

"Dozens of hospital wards closed over fears of norovirus outbreak," The Daily Telegraph has reported today. The paper said that health officials have issued a warning about the serious threat posed by the winter diarrhoea and vomiting bug,...

 
Britney Spears and Demi Lovato join Cowell at Fox upfronts

Britney Spears and Demi Lovato join Cowell at Fox upfronts

Britney Spears and Demi Lovato have been officially unveiled as the new judges of TV talent show The X Factor. The Toxic superstar and singer/actress Lovato joined existing judges Simon Cowell and music mogul Antonio 'L.A.' Reid at the Fox network's...

 

Study rates heart scan techniques

“Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans should be used to assess patients with suspected heart disease, rather than standard checks,” reports BBC News today. This story is based on a large, well-designed study comparing a new technique called...

 

Vomiting bug shuts hospital wards

"Dozens of hospital wards closed over fears of norovirus outbreak," The Daily Telegraph has reported today. The paper said that health officials have issued a warning about the serious threat posed by the winter diarrhoea and vomiting bug,...

 

100,000 fans salute City's heroes

A Manchester City victory party has turned the streets of the city sky blue as 100,000 fans cheered their injury time heroes. The "noisy neighbours" held a tumultuous celebration as legions of supporters crammed Manchester city centre for an...

 

100,000 fans salute City's heroes

A Manchester City victory party has turned the streets of the city sky blue as 100,000 fans cheered their injury time heroes. The "noisy neighbours" held a tumultuous celebration as legions of supporters crammed Manchester city centre for an...

 
New Mayor of Wirral pledges to help the young and the homeless

New Mayor of Wirral pledges to help the young and the homeless

By Geoff Barnes Wirral’s marathon-running new mayor Cllr Gerry Ellis has pledged to devote his energy to championing the peninsula’s young people and homeless during his year of office. Following his installation at Wallasey town hall, in which he...

 
Unprovoked attack dislocates collarbone

Unprovoked attack dislocates collarbone

By Robert Hale A MAN suffered a dislocated collar bone after he was assaulted early on Sunday, 6 May in Malvern. Officers are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened between 2.30am and 3am. The victim, aged 20, was walking along...

 

Investors dash for safety of gilts in midst of heavy stock market falls

Britain's borrowing costs fell to their lowest level since records began, as investors dashed for the safety of gilts in the midst of heavy stock market falls. Renewed fears of an imminent Greek exit from the euro sent stock markets across Europe...

 

ALEX BRUMMER: Solution to desperate problems of Greece has been evident for two years

The solution to the desperate problems of Greece has been evident for two years. They are the double-D of default and devaluation. When a renowned Harvard economist pointed this out at an Athens seminar last year, in the presence of the future...

 


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