News archive from 19 September 2012

Nine people accuse Philadelphia church of sexual abuse

The nine filed civil lawsuits accusing the Archdiocese and church officials of conspiring to conceal incidents of sex abuse, failing to address the problem and ignoring complaints about abusive clergy, according to attorneys who announced the cases at...

 

Burnley police plea over shed security

RESIDENTS in the Rosegrove and Lowerhouse area of Burnley are being reminded to keep their garages and sheds locked and secured after a spate of thefts. Police have recorded a number of incidents in the last two weeks which have included the taking of...

 
Businessman Curly led full, colourful life

Businessman Curly led full, colourful life

By Mike Pryce HIS hair may have disappeared some time ago, but now well known Worcester businessman and all round colourful character Alan ‘Curly’ Davis has gone too. The man who was only given a 25 per cent chance of surviving a heart operation 27...

 

Burnley police plea over shed security

RESIDENTS in the Rosegrove and Lowerhouse area of Burnley are being reminded to keep their garages and sheds locked and secured after a spate of thefts. Police have recorded a number of incidents in the last two weeks which have included the taking of...

 

Montpellier 1 Arsenal 2: Gunners shoot down French

Manager Arsene Wenger, serving the first of his three-game touchline UEFA ban, would have been fuming from the stands when captain Thomas Vermaelen gave away an early penalty, although replays suggested the foul was probably just outside the box.

The Herald, 22:10 in Sport
 
Manchester police shootings stir up debate over arming of police

Manchester police shootings stir up debate over arming of police

Darren Rathband, twin brother of the late PC David Rathband who was blinded in a shooting in Newcastle in 2010, asked: ‘How many officers need to die before the powers realise you cannot fight crime with an outdated piece of plastic and a bit of...

Metro, 22:10 in Hot News
 

Burnley police plea over shed security

RESIDENTS in the Rosegrove and Lowerhouse area of Burnley are being reminded to keep their garages and sheds locked and secured after a spate of thefts. Police have recorded a number of incidents in the last two weeks which have included the taking of...

 

'Praise be, it's Theodora Rose Williams': Take That's Robbie announces wife Ayda Field has given birth to a...

Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field has given birth to a baby girl they've named Theodora Rose.The Take That star took to his Twitter page on Tuesday evening to announce the happy news via his blog. He wrote: 'Praise be, it's Theodora Rose Williams,...

 

Bikini time! Kim and Kourtney Kardashian slip into swimsuits as they heat up Miami in new reality show trailer

Only the Kardashians could have a new season trailer and feature nothing but girls in bikinis.The eighth season of the reality show, Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, shows the sisters in swimwear against the stunning backdrop of sunny Florida - with the...

 
Businessman Curly led full, colourful life

Businessman Curly led full, colourful life

By Mike Pryce HIS hair may have disappeared some time ago, but now well known Worcester businessman and all round colourful character Alan ‘Curly’ Davis has gone too. The man who was only given a 25 per cent chance of surviving a heart operation 27...

 

Blackburn 2 Barnsley 1: Gomes steals winner as hosts stay top of Championship

Nuno Gomes struck a late winner for Blackburn, his fourth goal in as many games, to keep Steve Kean's side on top of the npower Championship. The 36-year-old former Portugal international, a free summer signing from Braga, snatched all three points...

Daily Mail, 22:18 in Sport
 

Real Madrid 3 Manchester City 2: Ronaldo breaks City hearts

City looked like they might snatch a clash in which they had been outplayed when Aleksandar Kolarov struck late on.But Madrid responded to the delight of the Bernabeu as Karim Benzema levelled and Ronaldo won it at the death.

The Herald, 22:22 in Sport
 
HIT-AND-RUN UPDATE: Police search scene again

HIT-AND-RUN UPDATE: Police search scene again

Tuesday 6pm: Police investigating the fatal hit-and-run incident in Spalding were scouring the scene again on Tuesday. Fields beside the A151 Bourne Road and drains were being checked by officers this afternoon. It comes on the day that a suspect - a...

 
REPORT: POLICE CLASH WITH CITY FANS

REPORT: POLICE CLASH WITH CITY FANS

Claims of a clash between Spanish police and Manchester City fans prior to the club's Champions League match against Real Madrid have been reported. Natalie Pike, a matchday presenter at the English club but in the Spanish capital as a fan, tweeted...

Daily Star, 22:25 in Sport
 
GUNNERS FIGHT BACK TO WIN

GUNNERS FIGHT BACK TO WIN

Manager Arsene Wenger, serving the first of his three-game touchline UEFA ban, would have been fuming from the stands when captain Thomas Vermaelen gave away an early penalty, which Younes Belhanda chipped in. However, the Barclays Premier League club...

 


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