News archive from 2 November 2012, page 14

BEATEN ANDY MURRAY HAS FINALS IN MIND

BEATEN ANDY MURRAY HAS FINALS IN MIND

Most of him was in Paris, trying to reach the quarter-finals of the BNP Paribas Masters, but his mind was clearly in London and thinking of next week's ATP World Tour Finals. It came as no surprise, then, that he was beaten 5-7, 7-6, 6-2 by Jerzy...

 

Alt-J celebrate Mercury Prize win

Nov 2 2012 Indie quartet Alt-J have won the prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize for their album An Awesome Wave. The four boys, who met at Leeds University in 2007, looked stunned as they collected the award - despite long being the bookies'...

 

New guidance over child abuse calls

More than half of all calls made to the NSPCC about child abuse cannot be referred to the police or social services due to lack of information, the charity has revealed. The organisation is launching new guidance on how to protect children from sexual...

 

Community News - Kirklington

St Swithin's Church Heather Brown led the service on Sunday with readings from Andrew Killick and Dr John Morley. Christine Bowring played the organ.

 
Film-makers go west to shoot Proclaimers movie

Film-makers go west to shoot Proclaimers movie

IT is a big-screen movie set to propel the songs of The Proclaimers to a whole new level. Cameras have started rolling on the cinematic version of Sunshine on Leith, the stage musical about two soldiers returning to Edinburgh after serving in...

 
YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT

YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT

Tomorrow's FA Cup first-round tie against Coventry is their big day out and the Evo-Stik Southern League club from Bedfordshire are making sure their part-time players are treated just like well-paid professionals. Normally, away matches are done in...

 
LANCE ARMSTRONG WOE

LANCE ARMSTRONG WOE

The American has already lost his seven Tour de France victories after the US Anti-doping Agency announced he was involved in the “most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen”. And the IOC are now...

 
JUDD TRUMP CARES MORE ABOUT WORLD TITLES

JUDD TRUMP CARES MORE ABOUT WORLD TITLES

Trump, 23, will go top with a semi-final win over Peter Ebdon at the International Championship in Chengdu, China. He said, however: “ Obviously, it would be a dream come true to become world No1 but, at the moment, I want to win as many titles as I...

 
TONY MOWBRAY'S BARGAIN BUYS ARE DOING IT FOR BORO

TONY MOWBRAY'S BARGAIN BUYS ARE DOING IT FOR BORO

Five years ago Mowbray led West Brom out of the Championship having paid a relative pittance for players such as Youssuf Mulumbu (£125,000), Jonas Olsson (£800,000) and James Morrison (£1.5million) – all still regular first-teamers at The Hawthorns....

 
MICK MCCARTHY READY FOR IPSWICH SCRAP

MICK MCCARTHY READY FOR IPSWICH SCRAP

McCarthy was handed the reins at Portman Road yesterday, signing a two-and-a-half-year deal to succeed Paul Jewell, who left the club by mutual consent last Wednesday. He inherits a squad who have underperformed so far this season, as the Tractor Boys...

 
YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT

YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT

Tomorrow's FA Cup first-round tie against Coventry is their big day out and the Evo-Stik Southern League club from Bedfordshire are making sure their part-time players are treated just like well-paid professionals. Normally, away matches are done in...

 
Just an hour and half of exercise a week can keep dementia away - and preserve your memory

Just an hour and half of exercise a week can keep dementia away - and preserve your memory

Exercising for 30 minutes three times a week cuts the chances of getting dementia - even for people in their 60s and older.Researchers claim it's never too late to undertake regular physical activity, ranging from walking and biking to going to the...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Health
 

Jungle special for Millionaire

Jungle veterans such as David Gest and Phil Tufnell are to take part in an I'm A Celebrity special for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. The programme will be screened by ITV1 days before the latest batch of stars are dropped into their camp in...

 

Syrian rebels kill 28 soldiers, several executed

Some of the dead were shot after they had surrendered, according to video footage. Rebels berated them, calling them "Assad's Dogs", before firing round after round into their bodies as they lay on the ground. The highway linking the capital...

 

From daring to demure: Kelly Brook swaps her VERY revealing stage outfits for stunning gown following her...

She just came off stage after completing her opening night as part of London burlesque show Forever Crazy.But instead of sticking with the risque theme of the show, Kelly Brook slipped into a demure floor-length gown for the curtain call. The...

 


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