News archive from 29 April 2012

Aegir Blonde

Aegir Blonde

Springhead Brewery has chosen Aegir Blonde as the name for a new ale brewed to celebrate the Trent Vale area. The name was suggested by Andrew Hindmarsh of Collingham in the Trent Vale Real Ale competition. Springhead Brewery at Laneham has produced...

 

Missiles stationed on top of flats

INTERNATIONAL pop superstar Jessie J is coming to Alnwick. ‘It’s like knocking out heart of village’ News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep Northumberland Working Apprenticeships Columnists...

 

82% say Government 'out of touch'

INTERNATIONAL pop superstar Jessie J is coming to Alnwick. ‘It’s like knocking out heart of village’ News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep Northumberland Working Apprenticeships Columnists...

 

Hunt misled Parliament: Harman

INTERNATIONAL pop superstar Jessie J is coming to Alnwick. ‘It’s like knocking out heart of village’ News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep Northumberland Working Apprenticeships Columnists...

 

Missiles stationed on top of flats

The Army is set to station soldiers and high velocity surface-to-air missiles on top of a block of residential flats to ward off any airborne terror threats during the Olympics. Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow, east London, have received...

 

Soldier shot on Afghan patrol named

A British soldier shot dead in Afghanistan while on patrol has been named by the Ministry of Defence. Guardsman Michael Roland, 22, from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, had been in Afghanistan for less than four weeks when he was shot during a patrol...

 

Missiles stationed on top of flats

The Army is set to station soldiers and high velocity surface-to-air missiles on top of a block of residential flats to ward off any airborne terror threats during the Olympics. Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow, east London, have received...

 

Soldier shot on Afghan patrol named

A British soldier shot dead in Afghanistan while on patrol has been named by the Ministry of Defence. Guardsman Michael Roland, 22, from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, had been in Afghanistan for less than four weeks when he was shot during a patrol...

 

Missiles stationed on top of flats

The Army is set to station soldiers and high velocity surface-to-air missiles on top of a block of residential flats to ward off any airborne terror threats during the Olympics. Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow, east London, have received...

 

82% say Government 'out of touch'

David Cameron's Government is seen as out of touch by four in five voters, according to a poll. Only 18% regard the coalition as in touch with the concerns of ordinary people, the Angus Reid survey for The Sunday Express found. Some 82% feel that it...

 

Brand new £7million primary school opens in Blackburn

A TUBE slide, a two tier playground with mini hills, an indoor-outdoor football pitch on the second floor and steps to reception that double up as an amphitheatre are just some of the innovations in at a new £7million primary school. St Silas CE...

 

Hunt misled Parliament: Harman

Embattled Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been accused of misleading Parliament over his handling of News Corporation's BSkyB takeover bid. Mr Hunt told the Commons last year that he was publishing "all the documents relating to all the...

 

Soldier shot on Afghan patrol named

A British soldier shot dead in Afghanistan while on patrol has been named by the Ministry of Defence. Guardsman Michael Roland, 22, from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, had been in Afghanistan for less than four weeks when he was shot during a patrol...

 

82% say Government 'out of touch'

David Cameron's Government is seen as out of touch by four in five voters, according to a poll. Only 18% regard the coalition as in touch with the concerns of ordinary people, the Angus Reid survey for The Sunday Express found. Some 82% feel that it...

 

Missiles stationed on top of flats

The Army is set to station soldiers and high velocity surface-to-air missiles on top of a block of residential flats to ward off any airborne terror threats during the Olympics. Residents in the private, gated flats in Bow, east London, have received...

 


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