News archive from 19 October 2012

Appeal to find 'beautiful sister'

The sister of missing Irish woman Catherine Gowing, who is feared murdered in Wales, has appealed for help in finding her. Emma Gowing asked the public for help in tracking down her "beautiful sister", whom she described as the "light...

 

'Danny Rose is lying to whom?' Serbian FA appear to release doctored video of U21 game

The Serbian Football Association seems to have published a video on their YouTube channel challenging Danny Rose's claims that he was a victim of monkey chanting in every time he touched the ball during England Under 21s 1-0 victory in Krusevac on...

Daily Mail, 22:27 in Sport
 
Egypt prosecutor keeps job in blow to Mursi

Egypt prosecutor keeps job in blow to Mursi

But the move triggered an outcry from judges who said Mursi had exceeded his powers. Critics attacked the new president for a step they described as an attack on the independence of the judiciary. Since he came to office as Egypt's first freely...

 
3.4% of US adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trangender, study says

3.4% of US adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trangender, study says

Practicing Mormons march in a gay pride parade in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 3, 2012. Photograph: Jim Urquhart/REUTERS A new survey estimates that 3.4% of US adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, in what may be the largest study...

 
Indoor cricket

Indoor cricket

A NEW Double Dozen indoor social cricket league starts in Gainsborough tomorrow (Friday). It is being held in the sports hall at Trent Valley Academy from 6pm. Individuals, teams and groups are being urged to come along, regardless of cricketing...

 
GLOUCESTER SEAL BONUS-POINT WIN

GLOUCESTER SEAL BONUS-POINT WIN

The home side ran in four first half tries to put the game beyond the visitors with Will James, Bill Twelvetrees and George Sharples (2) all touching down. Two Nicolas Sanchez penalties and a late converted score by Gauthier Gibouin ensured the...

 

UPDATED 10.30pm: Lorry gets stuck in York landmark

By Mark Stead, mark.stead@thepress.co.uk Picture: via @jmalexander1982 on twitter FIRE crews were called to Micklegate Bar tonight after a lorry became stuck under the historic landmark. The accident was reported at about 8.25pm and firefighters...

 
Pictured: Justin Timberlake enjoys pre-wedding drinks ahead of nuptials with Jessica Biel at Italian country retreat... and what a VERY rustic affair it is

Pictured: Justin Timberlake enjoys pre-wedding drinks ahead of nuptials with Jessica Biel at Italian...

They are rumoured to be tying the knot in Italy this weekend. And wedding preparations for the nuptials of Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel seemed to be getting underway on Wednesday, with Justin spotted enjoying pre-wedding drinks with guests...

 

Gunman commits suicide after killing three at Florida beauty salon

The gunman walked into the salon and shot four women at the Las Dominicanas M & M Salon in Casselberry, Florida, an Orlando suburb. The wounded woman, a stylist at the beauty shop, was being treated at a local hospital, Casselberry Police...

 

Police hunt machete raider who made off with cigarettes and cash from Palacefields shop in Runcorn

MASKED robbers armed with a big knife made off with cigarettes and cash after they robbed a Runcorn shop say police.Two thugs, one armed with what is believed to have been a machete, told staff to let them into Spar in Palacefields at 8.10pm on...

 

Witnesses sought over tussle outside Runcorn nightspot

THREE suspects have been bailed over an alleged assault in Runcorn.Police said a 25-year-old victim suffered facial injuries during a tussle outside JD's Bar on High Street at about 2am on Friday, October 14. A Cheshire Constabulary spokesman said:...

 

Hope man who stole meat from Tesco Mold is jailed

A THIEF who filled two freezer bags with meat at a supermarket and left without paying has been jailed.Flintshire Magistrates Court at Mold was told defendant Russell Craig Dingle, 37, had previous convictions for more than 50 offences. Dingle of...

 
Commons speaker launches bid to keep MPs’ home rentals under wraps

Commons speaker launches bid to keep MPs’ home rentals under wraps

Commons Speaker John Bercow has tried to block publication of details of MPs' expenses that could show if they are renting their taxpayer-funded homes to each other. • John Bercow wants Ipsa to restrict the letter over security concerns • Concerns...

Scotsman, 23:01 in Politics
 

UPDATED 10.30pm: Lorry gets stuck under York landmark

By Mark Stead, mark.stead@thepress.co.uk Picture: via @jmalexander1982 on twitter FIRE crews were called to Micklegate Bar tonight after a lorry became stuck under the historic landmark. The accident was reported at about 8.25pm and firefighters...

 

Making a splash for worthy charities

MALVERN Rotary Club is once again organising a fund-raising swimming competition at the Splash leisure pool, Avenue Road, under the banner of Swim4Gold. The event was last held as Swim4Cash in 2010 and Rotarians are urging people to sign up for this...

 


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