News archive from 18 July 2013, page 5

Buildings up for architecture prize

A revamped 1960s tower block, a home built in the ruins of a 12th century castle and a chapel for an order of nuns are in the running for the UK's best known architecture prize. They feature on the shortlist of six for the Royal Institute of British...

 

Go for the knockout: Cook senses second win as England have Aussies on the ropes

The suspicion lingers that Australia, so close but yet so far from a momentous win in the first Test, could well have already thrown their best punches in this Ashes series, and not just because David Warner has left the country. Australia may have...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Sport
 

Buildings up for architecture prize

A revamped 1960s tower block, a home built in the ruins of a 12th century castle and a chapel for an order of nuns are in the running for the UK's best known architecture prize. They feature on the shortlist of six for the Royal Institute of British...

 

Student 'panties' blooper revealed

General Franco's rule of Spain was ably assisted by "right-wing panties", while Alfred Hitchcock's films reflect his life as a "torched Catholic". Another little known fact, at least according to one student, is that the Ebola...

 

Buildings up for architecture prize

A revamped 1960s tower block, a home built in the ruins of a 12th century castle and a chapel for an order of nuns are in the running for the UK's best known architecture prize. They feature on the shortlist of six for the Royal Institute of British...

 

Magician with all the tricks: Willis hails Jimmy and backs him to go past Botham

It was only two months ago that Bob Willis made a 40-mile journey to Lord's from a funeral he had just attended to congratulate Jimmy Anderson on joining English cricket's very exclusive 300 Club. Now the former England fast bowler believes the great...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Sport
 

Town among UK’s worst

Doncaster has been named as one of Britain's 100 worst towns - but locals are being given the chance to spare the borough from further misery in a book set to hit shelves later this year. The town has been included on a list of the nation’s grot spots...

 

Recruits 'reading at age 11 level'

Almost two fifths of Army recruits have the reading level of a 11-year-old, MPs have warned. And a similar proportion can only do maths aimed at pupils in their final year of primary school, according to a report by the Commons defence select...

 

Student 'panties' blooper revealed

General Franco's rule of Spain was ably assisted by "right-wing panties", while Alfred Hitchcock's films reflect his life as a "torched Catholic". Another little known fact, at least according to one student, is that the Ebola...

 

Student 'panties' blooper revealed

General Franco's rule of Spain was ably assisted by "right-wing panties", while Alfred Hitchcock's films reflect his life as a "torched Catholic". Another little known fact, at least according to one student, is that the Ebola...

 

Clarke and Watson don't have to be pals, like Goughie and Caddick they just need to get along on the pitch

Cricket teams always have players who don't get on, so this antipathy between Michael Clarke and Shane Watson is nothing new. The important thing is how you manage these kinds of relationships. If they spill over on to the field and affect the way the...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Sport
 

Recruits 'reading at age 11 level'

Almost two fifths of Army recruits have the reading level of a 11-year-old, MPs have warned. And a similar proportion can only do maths aimed at pupils in their final year of primary school, according to a report by the Commons defence select...

 

Demo over London fire service cuts

Firefighters will stage a demonstration outside a meeting set to discuss controversial plans to close stations and cut jobs in London. The London Fire Authority will vote on whether to accept the closure of 10 fire stations, with the loss of 14 fire...

 

Recruits 'reading at age 11 level'

Almost two fifths of Army recruits have the reading level of a 11-year-old, MPs have warned. And a similar proportion can only do maths aimed at pupils in their final year of primary school, according to a report by the Commons defence select...

 

Buildings up for architecture prize

A revamped 1960s tower block, a home built in the ruins of a 12th century castle and a chapel for an order of nuns are in the running for the UK's best known architecture prize. They feature on the shortlist of six for the Royal Institute of British...

 


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