News archive from 1 May 2013, page 17

Police seek woman after Marks and Spencer handbag theft

Police seek woman after Marks and Spencer handbag theft

Police in Doncaster are appealing for information following a town centre theft. On Monday, 1 April, at around midday, a 61-year-old woman was in Marks and Spencers on Baxtergate. While she was trying shoes on in the clothing section, she placed her...

 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 
Sharp to post worse than forecast full-year loss - sources

Sharp to post worse than forecast full-year loss - sources

The expanded loss was first reported in the Nikkei business daily. Sharp's operating profit for the second half of its business year was 20 billion yen compared with the company's forecast for 13.8 billion yen, the sources said. (Reporting by Reiji...

Reuters, 01:37 in Business
 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 
Apple wows market with record $17 billion bond deal

Apple wows market with record $17 billion bond deal

Just a week after announcing its first drop in quarterly earnings in a decade, Apple came to market with the massive deal to raise funds for an ambitious program that will return $100 billion in cash to holders of Apple shares. Sources said investors...

 

Real Madrid 2 Borussia Dortmund 0 (agg 3-4): Heartache for Jose as dramatic late Real rally is not enough

On a night when the Bernabeu reaffirmed its status as one of football's great cauldrons, a game of surging electricity, crossed wires and seeming burn-out produced a spasm of fire and goals at its end that saw Real Madrid threaten Borussia Dortmund's...

Daily Mail, 01:39 in Sport
 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Manics plan schedule around rugby

Manic Street Preachers have fixed up a series of shows Down Under to allow them to watch rugby between their gigs. The Welsh band has scheduled the shows in Australia and New Zealand around the fixtures for the forthcoming British & Irish Lions...

 


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