News archive from 20 June 2012

Jake Berry in tribute to Scouts in Rossendale

ROSSENDALE MP Jake Berry has paid tribute to Scouts in the Valley after taking a tour of their refurbished base. Mr Berry, himself a former Scout, visited the 2nd Rossendale group’s newly-restored hall and grounds in Burnley Road, Bacup. He called in...

 

Rooney winner sends England through

© Press Association 2011 Wayne Rooney's (right) second-half winner set up a quarter-final clash against Italy Wayne Rooney marked his return from suspension by scoring the goal which took England into the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 as they recorded...

 
FRANCE PROGRESS DESPITE SWEDEN LOSS

FRANCE PROGRESS DESPITE SWEDEN LOSS

Laurent Blanc's men were second best throughout as they blew their big chance to emerge as group winners and in the end had England to thank for beating Ukraine and keeping them in the competition. Ibrahimovic struck a sensational volley to give the...

 
ROONEY WINNER SENDS ENGLAND THROUGH

ROONEY WINNER SENDS ENGLAND THROUGH

The Manchester United striker converted a centre from England skipper Steven Gerrard three minutes into the second half as Roy Hodgson's side set up a last-eight meeting with Italy in Kiev. But there was controversy when Ukraine striker Marko Devic...

 
EURO 2012: ENGLAND 1 - UKRAINE 0: WAYNE ROONEY SEALS 3 LIONS QUARTER-FINALS SPOT

EURO 2012: ENGLAND 1 - UKRAINE 0: WAYNE ROONEY SEALS 3 LIONS QUARTER-FINALS SPOT

A Wayne Rooney header on the 48th minute was enough to set up a blockbuster last-eight meeting with Italy in Kiev on Sunday. More to follow...

 

Judges told to act on human rights

MPs have told the country's most senior judges: do not let human rights laws get in the way of deporting foreign criminals. The decisive message from Parliament came as Home Secretary Theresa May told MPs that for too long judges had put the rights of...

 
Sponsored by RBS to axe a further 618 jobs in UK

Sponsored by RBS to axe a further 618 jobs in UK

JOB cuts at the Royal Bank of Scotland yesterday passed the 36,000 mark since the 2008 financial crisis after the taxpayer-backed lender axed a further 600 roles. • 618 jobs to go from RBS financial planning service • Unclear how these redundancies...

Scotsman, 22:18 in Business
 
Rooney winner sends England through

Rooney winner sends England through

© Press Association 2011 Wayne Rooney marked his return from suspension by scoring the goal which took England into the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 as they recorded a 1-0 victory over co-hosts Ukraine in Donetsk. The Manchester United striker...

 

Stem cells 'boost kidney transplants'

“Stem cells beat kidney rejection,” says BBC News. The broadcaster says that an injection of stem cells given alongside a kidney transplant could remove the need for a lifetime of treatment to suppress the immune system. The news is based on research...

 

Stem cells 'boost kidney transplants'

“Stem cells beat kidney rejection,” says BBC News. The broadcaster says that an injection of stem cells given alongside a kidney transplant could remove the need for a lifetime of treatment to suppress the immune system. The news is based on research...

 
Wayne Rooney goal gives England safe passage to Euro 2012 quarters

Wayne Rooney goal gives England safe passage to Euro 2012 quarters

The victory, courtesy of Wayne Rooney's second-half header, coupled with France's 2-0 defeat to Sweden, means England finished top of Group D and will face Italy in Kiev on Sunday. It was, however, far from comfortable for Roy Hodgson's side, who were...

Metro, 22:29 in Sport
 
Family weeps as Ian Tomlinson’s final moments are shown to court

Family weeps as Ian Tomlinson’s final moments are shown to court

RELATIVES of newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson broke down yesterday as film footage of his final hours was shown in court. The 47-year-old’s widow Julia and stepson Paul King cried as a film clip was played showing a medical student trying to save Mr...

Scotsman, 22:30 in Hot News
 

Northern Barbarians 31 England 57: Monye blow as reserves give tourists Test boost

Ugo Monye's audition for a Test recall was cut short on Tuesday night by a freak accident which overshadowed a resounding, morale-boosting victory for England's midweek team. The Harlequins wing gathered a high kick in his own half in the 27th minute...

Daily Mail, 22:31 in Sport
 
Carer is humbled to receive an MBE

Carer is humbled to receive an MBE

By Tarik Al Rasheed A CARER from Malvern was “happy and humbled” as she travelled to Buckingham Palace to receive an MBE for her services to the elderly. Margaret Goodacre, who has been a carer at Perrins House residential and nursing home in...

 

Rotation for England bowlers

England will rest first-choice bowlers Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann for the third and final NatWest Series match against West Indies at Headingley. In their place - with the series already won - there are call-ups for paceman Stuart...

Daily Post, 22:36 in Sport
 


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