News archive from 30 June 2012

Prison escape murderer is arrested

A convicted murderer who was on the run for 48 hours has been arrested. John Massey, 64, used a makeshift rope, thought to be made from bed sheets, to escape over a wall from Pentonville prison in north London on Wednesday evening. Scotland Yard said...

 
Au revoir, Dominique Strauss-Kahn as betrayed wife Anne Sinclair ‘throws him out of Paris home’

Au revoir, Dominique Strauss-Kahn as betrayed wife Anne Sinclair ‘throws him out of Paris home’

SHE had stood by him through allegations of raping a hotel maid, sexual harassment of a French writer and - most recently - involvement in a prostitution ring. • Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife have separated • Strauss-Kahn’s wife...

 

Prison escape murderer is arrested

A convicted murderer who was on the run for 48 hours has been arrested. John Massey, 64, used a makeshift rope, thought to be made from bed sheets, to escape over a wall from Pentonville prison in north London on Wednesday evening. Scotland Yard said...

 

Prison escape murderer is arrested

A convicted murderer who was on the run for 48 hours has been arrested. John Massey, 64, used a makeshift rope, thought to be made from bed sheets, to escape over a wall from Pentonville prison in north London on Wednesday evening. Scotland Yard said...

 
FRENCH ACE GIVES FEDERER A FRIGHT

FRENCH ACE GIVES FEDERER A FRIGHT

Second seed Nadal's exit to unheralded Czech Lukas Rosol on Thursday night was one of the greatest grand slam shocks in recent memory. Although a loss for Federer against the French 29th seed would not have been as great a surprise, it would still...

 

Prison escape murderer is arrested

A convicted murderer who was on the run for 48 hours has been arrested. John Massey, 64, used a makeshift rope, thought to be made from bed sheets, to escape over a wall from Pentonville prison in north London on Wednesday evening. Scotland Yard said...

 
New headteacher revealed for secondary school in Northampton

New headteacher revealed for secondary school in Northampton

Leaders of the Greenwood Dale Foundation Trust, the sponsor of the Weston Favell Academy, have today confirmed that Rachel Steele will be the school's new principal, replacing the recently departed Geraint Parry. Mrs Steele is presently a vice...

 

Prison escape murderer is arrested

A convicted murderer who was on the run for 48 hours has been arrested. John Massey, 64, used a makeshift rope, thought to be made from bed sheets, to escape over a wall from Pentonville prison in north London on Wednesday evening. Scotland Yard said...

 

Clarke cutting it on home turf as Open champion finally makes it to the weekend

For the first time in almost a year at a full-field European Tour event, Darren Clarke has made it through to the weekend play. Bad news for Guinness, of course, whose Friday-night takings must have taken an almighty hit. But how nice to see the Open...

Daily Mail, 22:13 in Sport
 

Travel chaos on the trains

Train Passengers travelling between England and Scotland are being warned to expect disruption. Train operator East Coast has confirmed that an hourly service is now operating in both directions between London King’s Cross and Edinburgh Waverley....

 
Tributes paid to Olivia Downie after cancer-stricken girl dies in Aberdeen hospital

Tributes paid to Olivia Downie after cancer-stricken girl dies in Aberdeen hospital

THE heartbroken parents of Olivia Downie have led the tributes to their "darling daughter" whose smile "shone like a star" after the seven-year-old died peacefully in hospital. The terminally ill schoolgirl from Fraserburgh, who...

Scotsman, 22:25 in Health
 

Nigeria says arrests oil pipeline bomber

The operations, called bunkering, cost Nigeria's government nearly a fifth of its revenue each year, Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has said. It is also a major cause of oil spills that often wreck the delta's wetlands environment. The Nigerian...

 

RUPERT STEINER: Lloyds Banking Group must make up for Farepak ruse

Another week, another crisis - or several - for Britain's lenders. The revelations about RBS's computer problems, rate-rigging and interest rate swaps have almost overshadowed Farepak. After a six-year investigation into the collapse of the firm,...

 

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Lessons from the aftermath of 1929 great stock market crash

In 1933, a little-known Italian-American cobbler's son, armed with just a cigar, a sharp intellect and a relentless disposition, squared up to the most arrogant titans on Wall Street. It may have seemed an unequal fight, but Ferdinand Pecora, in his...

 

Financial markets rebound after eurozone leaders outline plans to shore up single currency and banking system

Financial markets rebounded strongly yesterday after eurozone leaders outlined plans to shore up the crumbling single currency and its troubled banking system. The euro jumped nearly 2 per cent against the US dollar towards $1.27, reversing four days...

 


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