News archive from 20 November 2012

Music stars want EBacc arts option

Some of Britain's most famous classical musicians have thrown their weight behind calls for creative subjects to be added to the Government's core qualification for 16-year-olds. Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has gathered support from a host of music...

 

La Rue: CSI cancellation so sad

Eva La Rue has confessed she was heartbroken to learn CSI: Miami was being axed. The actress plays agent Natalia Boa Vista in the US crime drama, which TV bosses announced earlier this year wouldn't be renewed for an 11th season. Eva admitted:...

 

Israel ploughs on with Gaza battering

Israel continued serving up more of the same to the embattled residents of Gaza today, battering the region's 1.5 million people mercilessly. Both Israeli and international media sources continued the phoney presentation of the conflict as between two...

 
Poland drafting timetable for joining euro - president

Poland drafting timetable for joining euro - president

"I am convinced we will achieve this ability of the Polish economy in 2015," he said. (Reporting by Maciej Onoszko; Writing by Christian Lowe; Editing by Alison Williams)

 
Twinkie maker Hostess to go into mediation with workers' union

Twinkie maker Hostess to go into mediation with workers' union

Hostess also makes Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Ho Ho's. Photograph: Daren Fentiman/Zuma/Corbis Troubled Twinkie maker Hostess Brands and the unions representing its striking workers agreed to start mediation hearings on Tuesday at the urging of a...

 

Music stars want EBacc arts option

Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has gathered support from a host of music stars, including his brother Lord Lloyd Webber, to urge ministers to include arts subjects in the English Baccalaureate. The new performance measure depends on pupils' attainment in...

 

West Ham 1 Stoke 1: O'Brien strike earns Allardyce a point against resilient Potters

Joey O'Brien struck early in the second half to earn a point for West Ham against a tough-to-beat Stoke City.The Potters had led after a well-worked corner routine saw Jon Walters smash home. After the equaliser West Ham pushed to win the game but...

Daily Mail, 22:05 in Sport
 

Music stars want EBacc arts option

Some of Britain's most famous classical musicians have thrown their weight behind calls for creative subjects to be added to the Government's core qualification for 16-year-olds. Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has gathered support from a host of music...

 

You must need pockets that deep: Rihanna wears oversized jacket... as she performs at Westfield for £500k...

Rihanna's never had a problem with pushing the fashion boundaries. But when she switched on the Christmas light's at London's Westfield Stratford City shopping centre on Monday evening, her androgynous outfit may have had more than an aesthetic...

 

La Rue: CSI cancellation so sad

Eva La Rue has confessed she was heartbroken to learn CSI: Miami was being axed. The actress plays agent Natalia Boa Vista in the US crime drama, which TV bosses announced earlier this year wouldn't be renewed for an 11th season. Eva admitted:...

 

Pulling off The Impossible: Smiling Naomi Watts looks every inch the Hollywood superstar in daring gown at...

She's currently playing the lead role in a biopic of Lady Diana Spencer, so it was unsurispring to see Naomi Watts pull off a gentle Royal wave as she walked the red carpet on Monday night. However, it was more surprising to see acres of flesh...

 

Music stars want EBacc arts option

Some of Britain's most famous classical musicians have thrown their weight behind calls for creative subjects to be added to the Government's core qualification for 16-year-olds. Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has gathered support from a host of music...

 

La Rue: CSI cancellation so sad

Eva La Rue has confessed she was heartbroken to learn CSI: Miami was being axed. The actress plays agent Natalia Boa Vista in the US crime drama, which TV bosses announced earlier this year wouldn't be renewed for an 11th season. Eva admitted:...

 

Music stars want EBacc arts option

Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has gathered support from a host of music stars, including his brother Lord Lloyd Webber, to urge ministers to include arts subjects in the English Baccalaureate. The new performance measure depends on pupils' attainment in...

 

Hughes remains at QPR

Mark Hughes remains in charge of QPR despite speculation that he had been sacked. Rumours started circulating on Twitter that Hughes' 10-month reign at Loftus Road had come to an end after the club's terrible start to the season. But Kia Joorabchian,...

Daily Post, 22:13 in Sport
 


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