News archive from 16 March 2012

Readers recommend: songs about regrets

Readers recommend: songs about regrets

Ever had second thoughts? I can certainly think of many records I've regretted buying. Who knew that Pinky & Perky live at the Budokan would be such a stinker? This week we're looking for songs about regrets, that address the sinking feeling when...

 
Six Nations 2012: 'We're not arrogant' says England's Stuart Lancaster

Six Nations 2012: 'We're not arrogant' says England's Stuart Lancaster

Those Irish players who love to accuse their English counterparts of arrogance have clearly not met Stuart Lancaster. England's caretaker coach drove up to Leeds and back from Surrey this week simply to take his children to school, hardly the act of a...

Guardian, 22:03 in Sport
 

Plans put in place for the revival of Burnley Carnival

PLANS have been put in place for the return of Burnley Carnival in 2013. The Lancashire Telegraph revealed in January that a group of people, backed by the Mayor of Burnley, Coun David Heginbotham, wanted to bring the event back to the town. The...

 

Manchester City 3 Sporting Lisbon 2 (agg 3-3): Mancini's men out despite comeback

Manchester City crashed out of the Europa League on the away goals rule despite an heroic second-half comeback after falling two goals behind before the break. Sporting opened the scoring with a stunning free-kick from Matias Fernandez. The Portuguese...

Daily Mail, 22:09 in Sport
 

Tom misses out in Masterchef final to Shelina

Tom misses out in Masterchef final to Shelina Tom with fellow finalists Shelina and Andrew Plasterer Tom Rennolds has been pipped to the title of Masterchef 2012 – but the 26-year-old Silsden man has the world on his plate after last night’s hotly...

 

Accrington house raider jailed

A CAREER raider who had been let off jail for burgling 12 properties in the Accrington area, has now been locked up by another judge, who said the original sentence was "astonishing”. Burnley Crown Court heard how drug addict, Paul Almond, 37,...

 

Plans put in place for the revival of Burnley Carnival

PLANS have been put in place for the return of Burnley Carnival in 2013. The Lancashire Telegraph revealed in January that a group of people, backed by the Mayor of Burnley, Coun David Heginbotham, wanted to bring the event back to the town. The...

 

Plans put in place for the revival of Burnley Carnival

PLANS have been put in place for the return of Burnley Carnival in 2013. The Lancashire Telegraph revealed in January that a group of people, backed by the Mayor of Burnley, Coun David Heginbotham, wanted to bring the event back to the town. The...

 
SHOOTINGS SUSPECT 'LOATH TO DEPLOY'

SHOOTINGS SUSPECT 'LOATH TO DEPLOY'

The US soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians last weekend had twice been injured during tours in Iraq and was reluctant to leave on his fourth deployment, a lawyer has said. "He wasn't thrilled about going on another deployment,"...

 
Former full-time mum discovers a new career at the wheel of a bus

Former full-time mum discovers a new career at the wheel of a bus

And she said her confidence had hit rock bottom before she took the job as a Trent Barton bus driver. Now Miranda, of Alvaston, has got back her confidence and stood up in front of business leaders from across the country to explain how the Step on...

 

Civil servants and MPs: settling accounts

To whom are civil servants accountable? The question may appear academic, but the answer goes to the heart of the way Britain is governed. The classical answer is that civil servants are accountable, in line with the civil service code and within the...

Guardian, 22:24 in Politics
 
Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson admits to 'disappointing year'

Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson admits to 'disappointing year'

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that he could have no complaints after Manchester United were knocked out of the Europa League by an outstanding Athletic Bilbao side who he hopes will go on to win the competition. The United manager was magnanimous in...

Guardian, 22:24 in Sport
 

Miserable night for Manchester as City and United both crash out of Europe

Manchester City and Manchester United were both dumped out of the Europa League by supposedly inferior opposition on Thursday night. Both sides had been made favourites to win Europe's secondary competition after being surprisingly knocked out of the...

Daily Mail, 22:27 in Sport
 
RUSSELL BRAND FACING ARREST IN US

RUSSELL BRAND FACING ARREST IN US

Police in New Orleans have issued an arrest warrant for comic actor Russell Brand. The British star is in the city to film an untitled movie. He faces a charge of criminal damage to property valued at 700 US dollars (£446). Police spokesman Remi...

 
Book is a no-nonsense guide to feeling good

Book is a no-nonsense guide to feeling good

A THERAPIST says her new no-nonsense health book can help people lead longer, healthier and happier lives. The jargon-free, user-friendly book, called Feeling Fantastic, Ageing Without Pain, has been written by Maureen Dadswell, a natural therapist...

 


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