News archive from 16 June 2012

Serial killers and hedgehogs don't mix in Simon Pegg's weird new 'comedy' A Fantastic Fear Of Everything

Serial killers and hedgehogs don't mix in Simon Pegg's weird new 'comedy' A Fantastic Fear Of Everything

Verdict: Horrific, and not in a good way Diamond Jubilee week has been memorable in film terms only for two brave, bordering-on-foolhardy attempts by UK pop stars to attempt film-writing and directing. Crispian Mills is best-known as the lead singer...

 

Yemeni mission to tackle malnutrition

VOLUNTEERS including a member of Sheffield's Yemeni community are joining an Islamic Relief delegation to the Arab state to help people struggling with malnutrition. Abdulrahman Askar is among British Yemenis nationwide who have raised £140,000 over...

 

Murdoch 'pushed Blair on Iraq move'

Rupert Murdoch was part of an "over-crude" attempt to push Tony Blair into action in Iraq, Alastair Campbell has claimed. In the last volume of his diaries, Mr Blair's former spin doctor said the media mogul made a telephone call warning...

 

Paramedics called after Lindsay Lohan's 'aides fail to rouse her following 13-hour day on set of Liz & Dick'

Lindsay Lohan has been found non-responsive in a Los Angeles hotel room this morning. Paramedics were called to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Marina del Rey at 10.15am, according to ABC News. The 25-year-old has been filming her new biopic Liz & Dick...

 

England fans celebrate Euro win

England football fans are celebrating after the national team won a thrilling Euro 2012 match against Sweden in Ukraine. Roy Hodgson's team triumphed 3-2 after a fantastic fightback from 2-1 down. Andy Carroll headed England in front in their Euro...

 

Failure of bid to protect centres

OPPOSITION Sheffield councillors have failed in a new bid to try to retain the city's three dementia centres. A motion proposed by Lib Dem councillors which included a fully-costed plan to retain the facilities was defeated by ruling Labour members of...

 

Muslims urged to quit smoking in time for Ramadan

MUSLIMS are being urged to quit smoking in time for Ramadan. The religious event, which takes place around July 20, is one of the most important months in the Islamic calendar. Muslim adults refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, and...

 
Chilton wants CFTC's own attorney on MF Global

Chilton wants CFTC's own attorney on MF Global

Bart Chilton, a member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, told Reuters he wondered whether attorneys hired in Britain, by a trustee liquidating the failed commodities brokerage, would effectively represent futures customers. "I...

Reuters, 22:03 in Business
 

Crawshawbooth butcher calls for extra awareness on food safety

A ROSSENDALE butcher is calling for increased awareness about food safety. Geoff Riley, of Riley’s Butchers in Crawshawbooth, said storing meat correctly in the home was vital. He was speaking in conjunction with National Food Safety Week which runs...

 

Grylls zips in with Olympic torch

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Murdoch 'pushed Blair on Iraq move'

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Muslims urged to quit smoking in time for Ramadan

MUSLIMS are being urged to quit smoking in time for Ramadan. The religious event, which takes place around July 20, is one of the most important months in the Islamic calendar. Muslim adults refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, and...

 

Sweden 2 England 3: Welbeck to the rescue to leave Hodgson's men in driving seat

Danny Welbeck's sublime finish put England on the path towards the knockout stages in a rollercoaster match at Euro 2012.The striker guided home Theo Walcott's cross with a skilful turn in the 78th minute to seal victory for Roy Hodgson's men. It...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 
Lancaster calls for attitude at altitude as England seek to hit new heights

Lancaster calls for attitude at altitude as England seek to hit new heights

England will attempt to harness a healthy dose of fear at the Springboks' stronghold of Ellis Park to keep this Test series alive. However brutal and draining the experience of losing 22-17 to the host nation in the first Test in Durban last...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 
Special award is a great honour

Special award is a great honour

A FUND-raiser who has helped secure thousands of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support has received a top honour from Malvern Rotary Club. Members met last week to present their community award to Hilary Al Rasheed, of Malvern Wells, in recognition of...

 


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