News archive from 20 March 2012

Class is the Conservative clause IV

Class is the Conservative clause IV

The one subject that is taboo inside Downing Street is the result of the last general election. One cabinet minister jokes that any reference to David Cameron's failure to deliver on his 2005 slogan, "change to win", is a bit like mentioning...

Guardian, 22:01 in Politics
 

Flintoff hails Sport Relief victory

It started as something of a sticky wicket for Andrew Flintoff, but the former cricket star has successfully completed his Sport Relief challenge by bagging 14 bizarre world records in 12 hours. The ex-England captain achieved a series of near-misses...

 

Police continue investigation following death of Anthony Owen in Hale Village

A MAN who was found unconscious after he received mysterious head injuries has died in hospital.Anthony Owen was found lying next to his car in Hale Road in Hale Village at 10.20pm on Sunday March 11. Police appealed for information at the time but...

 
Vital fire safety works carried out at Tamworth high-rise flats

Vital fire safety works carried out at Tamworth high-rise flats

It included installing new doors in the basements of the flats, new ventilation grilles and and new smoke detector systems. More than 500 people live in the six town centre blocks, in 358 flats. The basements were closed to residents while the works...

 
Jenson Button's tilt at another F1 championship excites McLaren

Jenson Button's tilt at another F1 championship excites McLaren

McLaren have backed Jenson Button to repeat his world championship success of 2009 following his stunning win in the season's opening race here on Sunday. McLaren, famously, do not have a preferred driver. They treat Button and Lewis Hamilton equally....

Guardian, 22:05 in Sport
 
Schubert: Ferocious, tender, sublime

Schubert: Ferocious, tender, sublime

The simple facts of Franz Schubert's life shed little light on the enormous emotional range of his music, and the seismic effect his work has had. Living almost entirely in his home town of Vienna, he was a loyal but occasionally cantankerous and...

 
It’s just because your extra special, mum

It’s just because your extra special, mum

YOUNGSTERS in Worcester enjoyed wearing their creative caps to make Mother’s Day a little more magical. Children aged from five to 12 let their imaginations run wild at Worcester Arts Workshop’s weekly Saturday Kids’ Club, hand-crafting heartfelt...

 
WOODS MAKES SWIFT RETURN

WOODS MAKES SWIFT RETURN

Tiger Woods has returned from injury and scored a nine under par 63 better-ball in partnership with Justin Rose at the two-day Tavistock Cup in Florida. Woods was representing Albany against Lake Nona, Isleworth and Queenwood in the annual...

Daily Star, 22:13 in Sport
 
MUAMBA CONDITION IMPROVES

MUAMBA CONDITION IMPROVES

The hospital treating Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has confirmed the player can now recognise family members and respond to their questions. Forty-eight hours after he collapsed during an FA Cup quarter-final tie against Tottenham at White Hart...

Daily Star, 22:13 in Sport
 

Labour in bid to halt NHS reforms

Labour is mounting a last-ditch bid to keep the Government's controversial NHS reforms off the statute book after the legislation cleared the House of Lords. Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham has secured an emergency Commons debate in a final...

 
Tiger Woods returns from injury in time for Masters

Tiger Woods returns from injury in time for Masters

Tiger Woods returned from injury and shot a nine-under-par 63 better-ball in partnership with Justin Rose at the two-day Tavistock Cup in Florida. Woods was representing Albany against Lake Nona, Isleworth and Queenwood in the annual star-studded...

Guardian, 22:20 in Sport
 

Witnesses sought after cyclist suffers serious injuries in road traffic collision near Audlem

A CYCLIST was seriously injured following a fail to stop road traffic collision in Nantwich.At around 11.45am on Saturday, March 17 a woman riding a pedal cycle collided with a dark coloured 4x4 car towing a trailer on the A525 Whitchurch Road at...

 

Labour in bid to halt NHS reforms

Mar 19 2012 Labour is mounting a last-ditch bid to keep the Government's controversial NHS reforms off the statute book after the legislation cleared the House of Lords. Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham has secured an emergency Commons debate in...

 

Michael Jones is new Tory group leader on Cheshire East Council

COUNCILLOR Michael Jones has been elected as the leader of the Conservative party on Cheshire East Council.The Bunbury councillor, who was only voted on to Cheshire East last year, beat Cllr Howard Murray in the leadership contest. Cllr David Brown,...

 
As Mark Thompson's era ends, the BBC looks for the right successor

As Mark Thompson's era ends, the BBC looks for the right successor

Mark Thompson's resignation announcement confirms the worst-kept secret in British television. Perhaps the only surprise is that the director general is leaving in the autumn, although Thompson's friends insist he always intended to go then, telling...

 


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