News archive from 22 July 2012

Boy, 16, held in woman murder probe

These unbelievable scenes were shot this afternoon by Gazette photographer Jane Coltman as torrential rain led to flooding in Alnwick town centre. News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep...

 

Hoy leads Wiggins tributes

Four-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy led the acclaim for Bradley Wiggins after the Team Sky leader moved within 24 hours of becoming the first British winner of the Tour de France, leaving his wife to break open the champagne. Barring a freak...

Daily Post, 22:10 in Sport
 
10 KILLED IN TALIBAN CAR BOMB BLAST

10 KILLED IN TALIBAN CAR BOMB BLAST

There has been significant infighting over turf and leadership positions within the Pakistani Taliban, an umbrella organisation set up in 2007 to represent roughly 40 insurgent groups, many of whom are waging a bloody campaign against the government....

 

U.S. Air Force staff sergeant gets 20 years for rape, sex assault

Staff Sergeant Luis Walker, found guilty by a military jury on Friday of 28 charges, was ordered reduced to lowest rank in the Air Force, to forfeit all pay and allowances, and given a dishonourable discharge. He will also have to register as a sex...

 

Boy, 14, killed by boat propeller

A teenage boy has died after he fell from a boat driven by his father and was apparently hit by its propeller. The 14-year-old was enjoying a ride from the Dorset coast to The Needles landmark off the Isle of Wight with two of his school friends also...

 

Rupert Murdoch quits director roles

Rupert Murdoch has stepped down from his role as director of a number of boards linked to his British newspaper titles. The move was described as "nothing more than a corporate house-cleaning exercise" by News International, the UK...

 

Government plans dairy crisis talks

The Government is to have talks with dairy farmers following two nights of protests over the prices paid to milk suppliers. Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman and Farming Minister Jim Paice are to meet farmers, milk processors and supermarkets...

 

Osborne should go say 44% of voters

Nearly half of Britain's voters believe Chancellor George Osborne should be ousted, according to a survey. Research commissioned by the Sunday Mirror and the Independent on Sunday found 44% of adults wanted him to be replaced, while just 20% believed...

 

Boy, 14, killed by boat propeller

A teenage boy has died after he fell from a boat driven by his father and was apparently hit by its propeller. The 14-year-old was enjoying a ride from the Dorset coast to The Needles landmark off the Isle of Wight with two of his school friends also...

 

Rupert Murdoch quits director roles

Rupert Murdoch has stepped down from his role as director of a number of boards linked to his British newspaper titles. The move was described as "nothing more than a corporate house-cleaning exercise" by News International, the UK...

 

Government plans dairy crisis talks

The Government is to have talks with dairy farmers following two nights of protests over the prices paid to milk suppliers. Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman and Farming Minister Jim Paice are to meet farmers, milk processors and supermarkets...

 

Osborne should go say 44% of voters

Nearly half of Britain's voters believe Chancellor George Osborne should be ousted, according to a survey. Research commissioned by the Sunday Mirror and the Independent on Sunday found 44% of adults wanted him to be replaced, while just 20% believed...

 

Osborne should go say 44% of voters

Nearly half of Britain's voters believe Chancellor George Osborne should be ousted, according to a survey. Research commissioned by the Sunday Mirror and the Independent on Sunday found 44% of adults wanted him to be replaced, while just 20% believed...

 

Clegg 'ready for Labour coalition'

Nick Clegg would take the Liberal Democrats into a coalition after the next election which would put Ed Miliband in Number 10, he said. The Deputy Prime Minister suggested his party would do its "duty" by working with Labour in the same way...

 

Labour presses Green on HSBC claims

Labour is continuing to heap pressure on Trade Minister Lord Green over claims of money laundering at HSBC while he was in charge. Chris Leslie, shadow financial secretary to the Treasury, has written to the peer calling for him to publicly answer a...

 


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