News archive from 18 March 2013

Alps tragedy father and son names

A father and son who fell to their deaths in a "tragic accident" on a hiking trip in the French Alps have been named. The bodies of Peter Saunders, 48, and his 12-year-old son Charlie were found by rescue services near Mont Blanc on Sunday...

 
TOON'S FURY AT HORROR TACKLE

TOON'S FURY AT HORROR TACKLE

JOHN CARVER had to be stopped from attacking Callum McManaman after his horror lunge put Massadio Haidara in hospital. Newcastle's assistant manager and Wigan coach Graham Barrow were both sent off after a furious touchline bust-up at half-time. And...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
ROY HODGSON IN VOW TO LOOK OUT FOR RIO FERDINAND

ROY HODGSON IN VOW TO LOOK OUT FOR RIO FERDINAND

ROY HODGSON has told Sir Alex Ferguson: Rio Ferdinand is in safe hands with me. Manchester United boss Fergie has raised concerns about Ferdinand's shock recall to the England squad. Ferdinand has been brought in from international exile for the World...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
CHELSEA 2 - WEST HAM 0: JOHN TERRY'S CHILDISH ACT STEAL'S LAMPARD'S LIMELIGHT

CHELSEA 2 - WEST HAM 0: JOHN TERRY'S CHILDISH ACT STEAL'S LAMPARD'S LIMELIGHT

WEST HAM always seem to bring the best out of Frank Lampard – and the worst out of John Terry. Lampard just loves scoring against his old club and hit another milestone with his latest strike against them, notching his 200th goal for Chelsea. Every...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
CHELTENHAM 3 - ROTHERHAM 0: ROBINS STILL FLYING HIGH

CHELTENHAM 3 - ROTHERHAM 0: ROBINS STILL FLYING HIGH

CHELTENHAM winger Jermaine McGlashan insists the Robins will continue to soar after falling at the final hurdle last season. McGlashan returned to the side after four games on the bench, knowing he has to shine to keep his spot for the promotion...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Urgent action call to rebuild trust in NHS

PUBLIC confidence in the NHS needs to be rebuilt ahead of tough decisions facing health chiefs over the future provision of services, it is claimed today. The NHS Confederation said the health service has been too slow to develop into a “truly modern...

 

‘Down to wire’ talks for deal on Press regulation

A fresh bid to secure cross-party agreement on Press regulation looked set to go "to the wire" as high-level political talks again failed to reach a deal. Labour said it was united with the Liberal Democrats in refusing to accept Tory...

 
STEVENAGE 4 - SHEFFIELD UNITED 0: HATS OFF TO SUPER DANI LOPEZ

STEVENAGE 4 - SHEFFIELD UNITED 0: HATS OFF TO SUPER DANI LOPEZ

DANI LOPEZ is scoring hat-tricks for fun after a sprinkling of stardust from one of his boyhood idols. The Spanish striker marked his first start for Stevenage with a stunning treble to blunt Sheffield United's promotion charge - then then dedicated...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

A poignant journey for Friday the 13th’s ‘lucky one’

ALMOST 70 years ago Flight Sergeant Eric King was aboard a Halifax bomber when it was hit by an anti-aircraft shell and set on fire as it prepared to bomb one of Hitler's V1 rocket sites. The young wireless operator and his colleague, Sergeant Rodney...

 
Hundreds turn out for 2013 Leeds St Patrick’s Day parade

Hundreds turn out for 2013 Leeds St Patrick’s Day parade

A sea of green, white and orange flags were paraded with pride to help Leeds celebrate St Patrick's Day in style. Hundreds of people descended onto Millennium Square to watch the annual parade snake its way through the city centre. Marching bands,...

 
EVERTON 2 - MANCHESTER CITY 0: GOODISON REACTION NEEDED BY CITY

EVERTON 2 - MANCHESTER CITY 0: GOODISON REACTION NEEDED BY CITY

FADING Premier League champions Manchester City could do worse than take a leaf out of Everton's book. The Goodison side's response to their disastrous FA Cup exit at the hands of Wigan was the perfect example of a side finding strength in adversity...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Planning reforms ‘failing to protect’ green belt

RURAL campaigners have attacked Government planning reforms for leaving communities "increasingly powerless" to stop damaging development in the countryside and even the green belt. The first year of the reforms have seen major housing...

 
Panasonic considers exiting from plasma TVs: Nikkei

Panasonic considers exiting from plasma TVs: Nikkei

Panasonic's TV business, which generated sales of more than 1 trillion yen ($10.5 billion) during the peak in 2009/2010, is seen earning less than half of that amount in 2015/2016, the newspaper said without citing any sources. "We are...

 

New test for British citizenship unfit for purpose says academic

The new test for foreign nationals hoping to become British citizens is "unfit for purpose" as it concentrates too heavily on history and not enough on practical knowledge, according to an academic who has gone through the process. US-born...

 
BRADFORD 34 - HULL KR 12: ADRIAN PURTELL BACK IN GROOVE

BRADFORD 34 - HULL KR 12: ADRIAN PURTELL BACK IN GROOVE

ADRIAN PURTELL made a winning return following 10 months out after a heart attack. The Bulls centre only got the all clear to join in contact training from his specialist last week. But he was rushed back in because of a raft of injuries and rose to...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 


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