News archive from 25 March 2012, page 16

The SWAN children: Meet some of the 6,000 British children who suffer from Syndrome Without A Name that no doctor can diagnose

The SWAN children: Meet some of the 6,000 British children who suffer from Syndrome Without A Name that no...

At six weeks old, Meg Devereux-Roberts smiled. But since then, she has not met a single developmental milestone on time. She has never spoken, couldn't sit up until she was two, or crawl until she was three. Now 14, Meg is blind, suffers from...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Health
 
THE TITANIC COVER-UP

THE TITANIC COVER-UP

Researchers claim the virtually identical liners were switched the weekend before the “Titanic's” maiden voyage and Olympic was deliberately sunk to save the White Star Line from financial ruin. Another ship, the Californian, was supposed to...

 
Berlin artists' lock-in protest to halt developers

Berlin artists' lock-in protest to halt developers

Darko stands behind an iron gate, his bare chest daubed in red paint with the words "victim of bank". Four floors above him Reza, an Iranian painter, leans out of the window to pull up a basket of provisions. The artists are among 20 who...

Guardian, 00:15 in Travel
 

M&S archive exhibition opens

It is hard to imagine a museum that displays ancient Roman coins alongside this season's Easter egg packaging - but this unusual cocktail is what visitors can expect at the newly opened Marks & Spencer Company archive in Leeds. An exhibition...

 
MIDDLESBRO 1 - BRISTOL C 1: TONY MOWBRAY EPH-IN AND JEFFIN

MIDDLESBRO 1 - BRISTOL C 1: TONY MOWBRAY EPH-IN AND JEFFIN

HOMESICK Boro fluffed their lines again at the Riverside despite Malaury Martin's stunning leveller. Tony Mowbray's men edged a step closer to securing a Championship play-off spot as they battled back from Hogan Ephraim's debut opener. Martin had...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 

Six remanded on child sex charges

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O CHIONN 80 BLIADHNA: bhon ‘Weekly Scotsman’, 5 Màrt 1932

Tha e follaiseach on cholbh seo nach robh an deur bu lugha de ghr

 

Sir Bobby's charity raises £4m

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LAST TITANIC LUNCH MENU TO SELL FOR £100,000

LAST TITANIC LUNCH MENU TO SELL FOR £100,000

The menu for April 14, 1912, is being put up for sale by Henry Aldridge and Son, of Devizes, Wiltshire, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the disaster. It belonged to San Francisco banker Dr Washington Dodge and was in his wife's handbag when...

 
ROBERTO DI MATTEO: BLUES WILL KO RUI & CO

ROBERTO DI MATTEO: BLUES WILL KO RUI & CO

CHELSEA interim-manager Roberto Di Matteo hopes to do English football proud by winning the Champions League – and proving his knockers wrong. If he does that then he can safely say the job is his. Speaking ahead of Tuesday night's Champions League...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 

Cum rud seachd bliadhna . . .

AN uair a dh'iarradh m' athair oirnn, 's sinn 'nar cnapaich, a' bh

 
ANGELS OF DEATH

ANGELS OF DEATH

Ariel Acevedo, 46, and Marcelo Pereira, 40, have been charged with 16 murders so far after a two-month undercover operation codenamed Operation Angels. However, by Friday, the list of names of possible victims lodged with the state prosecutors office...

 

Holly Willoughby tops poll of UK's top celebrity mums - and beats the Queen

HOLLY Willoughby has been named the UK's top celebrity mum - even pipping the Queen in her Diamond Jubilee year. The busty presenter, 31, a host on This Morning and The Voice, topped a poll run by free prize draw

People, 00:16 in World News
 

Leith Festival back on after crisis

ORGANISERS of Edinburgh's biggest grassroots festival have revealed the event is back on this year despite a cash crisis that led organisers to say they would cancel it. Leith Festival was set to be shelved this year after losing its funding, core...

 

Parts of Britain hotter than Madrid

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