News archive from 28 October 2012

Concern grows for elderly woman in Creswell

Concern grows for elderly woman in Creswell

Police tape POLICE are growing concerned for an elderly lady seen wandering around Creswell late last night (Friday 26th October) The lady was seen on Colliery Road in Creswell where witnesses say she seemed to be in a ‘confused state’. She is...

 

Swansea keeper Vorm out for six weeks with groin injury suffered in loss to Man City

Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm will be out for four to six weeks after suffering a groin injury in his side's Barclays Premier League loss at Manchester City. Vorm hurt himself stretching to stop Carlos Tevez's shot for the only goal of the game at...

Daily Mail, 22:06 in Sport
 

Russia activists detained after opposition council meets

Police arrested politicians Alexei Navalny, Ilya Yashin and Sergei Udaltsov as they tried to take part in a march of several dozen opposition supporters after the inaugural session of the newly-formed Coordination Council. The opposition group, which...

 
Strictly Come Dancing's Sid Owen sinks to last place as Louis triumphs

Strictly Come Dancing's Sid Owen sinks to last place as Louis triumphs

The Strictly Come Dancing celebrities took to the floor for the Halloween special of the dancing competition, with the likes of Dani Harmer, Lisa Riley and Colin Salmon showing off their moves.Former Eastenders star Sid Owen, who failed to impress the...

Metro, 22:12 in Showbiz
 
IRAQ BOMB ATTACKS LEAVE 40 DEAD

IRAQ BOMB ATTACKS LEAVE 40 DEAD

The bloodshed appeared to be the worst in Iraq since September 9, when insurgents launched a wave of bombings and other attacks that left at least 92 dead in one of the country's bloodiest days this year. The attacks underscored the difficulties...

 
'Keep burglars at bay this winter'

'Keep burglars at bay this winter'

The light bulb-shaped leaflets will be pushed through letterboxes of homes which are in darkness. They carry the message, "No lights on! If we think no-one is home, so could burglars". Officers are encouraging people to either leave lights...

 
The Thick of It: lines of the week – episode seven

The Thick of It: lines of the week – episode seven

Glenn Cullen (James Smith) in the final episode of The Thick of It. Photograph: Ed Miller/BBC/Ian Thorpe SPOILER ALERT: This weekly blog is for those who are watching The Thick of It series four. Don't read on if you haven't seen episode six. Lines of...

Guardian, 22:25 in Showbiz
 

Mancini praises 'tired' Blues after scrappy win over Swansea

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini was pleased his players overcame tiredness to edge out Swansea 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium. The Barclays Premier League champions were again far from their best but moved within a point of the top after Carlos...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 

Fergie taunts title rivals Chelsea: You're not as good as Mourinho's 'ruthless' side

Manchester United's biggest stars have heaped praise on the new Chelsea but their manager Sir Alex Ferguson does not consider the current Premier League leaders as strong as the "ruthless' team built by Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge. United's...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 
Hamilton will put the breaks on Vettel's charge to the title

Hamilton will put the breaks on Vettel's charge to the title

Lewis Hamilton's own title race may be run, but he expects to play a pivotal role in the title duel between Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso at the Indian Grand Prix. After winning the three previous races, Vettel has leapfrogged Alonso to lead...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 
Rodgers told to stop attacking referees: Liverpool boss warned to lay off men in black

Rodgers told to stop attacking referees: Liverpool boss warned to lay off men in black

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has been warned ahead of the Merseyside derby against Everton that his continual berating of match officials will not help his team's cause. Referees' chief Mike Riley and his members are angered by Rodgers continuing...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 

Pietersen back will be big bonus for England, says Anderson

Kevin Pietersen will be welcomed back into the England Test squad in the small hours of Monday without a backward glance, according to James Anderson, one of those accused by some of conspiring to destroy the maverick batsman's career. Pietersen,...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 

Gloucester 27 Leicester 21: Burns sends message to Lancaster with virtuoso display

Freddie Burns emerged as an England contender worthy of Stuart Lancaster's immediate attention as Gloucester increased their run of unbeaten matches to eight against Leicester on Saturday. The form fly-half of the season completely upstaged the man in...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 

Triple injury concern for England coach Lancaster as Hartley, Lawes and Youngs are crocked

Three potential players in England's starting XV against Fiji on Saturday week will report to the England camp in Burton on Sunday with injuries that could rule them out of at least the first of four autumn internationals.Both Dylan Hartley and...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 
Blow for Wales as Jones is ruled out of big autumn clashes

Blow for Wales as Jones is ruled out of big autumn clashes

Wales have suffered a major injury blow ahead of their demanding autumn series of Test matches.Prop Adam Jones, regarded as one of the finest scrummagers in world rugby, will miss games against Argentina, Samoa, New Zealand and Australia due to a knee...

Daily Mail, 22:25 in Sport
 


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