News archive from 1 October 2012, page 8

Justin struck by stage 'fever'

It wasn't just Justin Bieber's fans who had "Bieber Fever" as the teen idol kicked off his national tour in suburban Phoenix. Video posted on KTVK-TV's website showed the pop star vomiting twice on stage on Saturday night during his sold-out...

 

Kings of Leon's bassist ties knot

Kings of Leon bassist Jared Followill and model Martha Patterson have tied the knot. The couple married on Saturday night at a ceremony with friends and family at Front Porch Farms about 40 miles outside Nashville, Tennessee. The marriage means all...

 

Scottish patients have a legal right to treatment within 12 weeks

SCOTTISH patients have a legal right to receive treatment within a maximum 12 weeks of diagnosis after new laws came into force. The guarantee is one of the rights in the Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities, which ministers are required to...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Politics
 

'No decision yet' on Army lay-offs

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Football Transfers Lifestyle Features...

 

In China, foreign hypermarkets' hype well past its shelf life

Flash forward to 2012 and China has been a tougher market than expected. Overseas names from Britain's Tesco Plc (TSCO.L) to Germany's Metro AG (MEOG.DE) are slowing their Chinese expansion, while Hong Kong-listed Sun Art Retail Group Ltd (6808.HK)...

Reuters, 00:22 in Business
 

England cricket star Eoin Morgan enjoying weight of responsibility

EOIN MORGAN'S senior statesman role for England has perhaps been forced on him - but is one he is relishing as crunch time approaches in the ICC World Twenty20. England retain realistic prospects of defending their title only thanks to Saturday's...

Daily Post, 00:22 in Sport
 

Europe roars back to win Ryder Cup

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Football Transfers Lifestyle Features...

 

Cole increases X Factor audience

The return of former X Factor judge Cheryl Cole has given the series a ratings boost but viewer numbers remain well down on last year. Saturday night's ITV1 show, which saw contestants perform at the judges' houses, drew in an average 8.7 million...

 

South Korean rapper takes top spot

Rapper Psy has become the first South Korean musician to make it to number one in the UK with his single Gangnam Style. The pop track broke into the top 40 two weeks ago at number 37, four weeks after its release, and has been climbing steadily since...

 
Interview: John Bishop, comedian

Interview: John Bishop, comedian

Striding around the drawing room of a plush hotel, John Bishop is blethering on his phone and making apologetic faces to me. In blue jeans and an untucked blue shirt, he looks like an ageing footballer in casual mode. The kind of man who wouldn't look...

 

England cricket captain Stuart Broad - We got it right

ICC World Twenty20 champions England can look forward with hope, not back with regret, after Saturday's much-needed six-wicket Super Eight win over New Zealand. Steven Finn's 3-16 and Luke Wright's man-of-the-match 76 headlined a comfortable but...

Daily Post, 00:22 in Sport
 
Bevercotes rave ‘scaled down’

Bevercotes rave ‘scaled down’

Police said on Sunday afternoon that a rave at the former Bevercotes Colliery site has "scaled down considerably'. They now believe only around 100 people are still in attendance after earlier reports of between 1,000 and 2,000 people gathering...

 
Album review: Muse: The 2nd Law

Album review: Muse: The 2nd Law

THE question, as always with Muse, is: how far will they go this time? Maybe the question should be: how far can they go this time? Muse: The 2nd Law Helium 3/Warners, £12.99 * * * * After all, this most powerful of power trios has already done the...

 

Europe pull off 'Miracle of Medinah'

Dressed in the colours of the late Seve Ballesteros, Europe pulled off one of his trademark great escapes in what will go down as the "Miracle of Medinah". What looked mission impossible when Europe trailed 10-4 at one point suddenly became...

Daily Post, 00:22 in Sport
 

Album reviews: Love & Money | Errors | Music from the Age of Louis XV | Lau

IN THE same week that Deacon Blue release comeback album The Hipsters, their Scotpop contemporaries Love & Money break an even longer silence with their first new album in 20 years. Love & Money: The Devil’s Debt Vertical Records, £12.99 * *...

 


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