News archive from 21 July 2012

South Africa bite back as Morkel and Co restrict England on day two at The Oval

This was more like it, much more like the shootout between the world's best teams that we had been so looking forward to. If the first day of the battle to be ranked No 1 belonged to Alastair Cook and England, then on the second South Africa...

Daily Mail, 22:06 in Sport
 
CHRISTIAN BALE SANITISES HANDS AFTER FAN INTERACTION

CHRISTIAN BALE SANITISES HANDS AFTER FAN INTERACTION

CHRISTIAN BALE has risked the wrath of his fans after he was snapped cleaning his hands with anti-bacterial gel following a meet-and-greet with devotees at the London premiere of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. The star, who plays Batman in the latest...

 
Get the lowdown on a bug’s life

Get the lowdown on a bug’s life

WILDLIFE lovers can find out about crickets and grasshoppers at a half-day course run by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. The course – which offers indoor and outdoor sessions – is between 10am to 1pm on Saturday, July 28 at the trust’s Lower Smite Farm...

 

Fresh probe into honeymoon murder

Jul 20 2012 A new police team is taking over the investigation and a judicial inquiry is being launched into the death of County Tyrone honeymooner Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius. The country's prime minister, Navinchandra Ramgoolam, confirmed that...

 

Royal couple enjoy carriage ride

Jul 20 2012 The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have stepped back in time by using a horse and carriage to travel on an island where cars are banned. The royal couple visited the tiny Channel Island of Sark - population 600 - which is one...

 

G4S dismissed 'teething problems'

Private security firm G4S initially suggested its problems supplying Olympic guards were "teething problems" which would be resolved, Theresa May has said. On a tour of the Olympic Park's security centre, the Home Secretary said G4S, the...

 

Colleagues hail 'best ever' Burnet

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle Features Showbiz The Guide...

 

Man guilty of funding terror attack

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle Features Showbiz The Guide...

 

Colleagues hail 'best ever' Burnet

Former News At Ten presenter Sir Alastair Burnet has been hailed by colleagues as "the best we'll ever have" after his death at the age of 84. The broadcaster - also a distinguished reporter, national newspaper editor and a voice of state...

 

Man guilty of funding terror attack

An Algerian national has been found guilty of funding terrorism but cleared of conspiracy to murder following a suicide bombing in Stockholm. Nasserdine Menni was convicted of transferring money to Taimour Abdulwahab, who later blew himself up in the...

 

Olympic flame at Tower of London

A Royal Marine Commando has abseiled with the Olympic flame into the Tower of London. Royal Marine Martyn Williams arrived at Tower Wharf in a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter, and undertook the 180ft descent from the aircraft - at 2012 hours. He held...

 

Fresh probe into honeymoon murder

A new police team is taking over the investigation and a judicial inquiry is being launched into the death of County Tyrone honeymooner Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius. The country's prime minister, Navinchandra Ramgoolam, confirmed that fresh experts...

 

Anti-government demos in Bahrain

Thousands of anti-government protesters in Bahrain have clashed with riot police firing tear gas during demonstrations against plans to limit political marches. Street battles took place on Friday in several places around the Gulf island kingdom. Many...

 

Fresh probe into honeymoon murder

A new police team is taking over the investigation and a judicial inquiry is being launched into the death of County Tyrone honeymooner Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius. The country's prime minister, Navinchandra Ramgoolam, confirmed that fresh experts...

 

Erika Wenzel leaves post as chief executive of Cheshire East Council

CHIEF executive of Cheshire East Council Erika Wenzel has left the council following a period of sickness absence.The council announced today (Friday) that she left by mutual agreement on June 30. Erika was appointed to the role in October 2008, prior...

 


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