News archive from 2 November 2012, page 165

Repairs to make Darwen library watertight

By Dan Clough, Reporter REPAIRS costing ‘tens of thousands of pounds’ will be made to ensure Darwen Library is watertight. Council chiefs have carried out inspections at the site over rec-ent weeks to identify work that needs to be carried out. The...

 

Offenders' award at Bolton Abbey village hall

Offenders making positive steps towards a crime-free future through developing basic and vocational skills celebrated their achievements during an awards ceremony at Bolton Abbey Village Hall. Wharfedale Beekeepers Association invited funders and...

 

Offenders' award at Bolton Abbey village hall

Offenders making positive steps towards a crime-free future through developing basic and vocational skills celebrated their achievements during an awards ceremony at Bolton Abbey Village Hall. Wharfedale Beekeepers Association invited funders and...

 

Editors and proprietors should wait on Leveson's report

Your editorial on press regulation (2 November) implies that there is a choice to be made between the proposals soon to be announced by Lord Justice Leveson and those already put forward by editors and proprietors. This is a curious idea. Leveson...

 
Squirrels gather the harvest for the long winter ahead

Squirrels gather the harvest for the long winter ahead

A grey squirrel jumping with a conker in its mouth, Bedfordshire. Photograph: Thomas Hanahoe/Alamy For all but four weeks of the year, I cannot pass the giant sweet chestnut of the woods without looking up. The swirling pattern on its trunk demands...

 

Sudan oil state rebels say repulsed government advance

"The SPLM-N were able to kill 70 of the enemy forces," the rebels said in a statement, adding that seven insurgents died. The rebels said they had driven back government troops and allied militias who had attempted to occupy Daldako, a...

 
Medical records found by urban explorer at derelict former Mansfield General Hospital to be removed by health trust

Medical records found by urban explorer at derelict former Mansfield General Hospital to be removed by...

Private medical records belonging to Mansfield residents which were unearthed by an "urban explorer' at the town's former General Hospital are being removed by health officials today after Chad.co.uk highlighted the issue on Thursday. The ‘urban...

 

Repairs to make Darwen library watertight

By Dan Clough, Reporter REPAIRS costing ‘tens of thousands of pounds’ will be made to ensure Darwen Library is watertight. Council chiefs have carried out inspections at the site over rec-ent weeks to identify work that needs to be carried out. The...

 
Council apologises for blunder

Council apologises for blunder

Miss Rubinstein, 79, of Aylestone, said: "I could not believe my eyes when I read the letter. "I have had a few dealings over the years with his department so I knew he had retired. "I went to the customer services counter at the...

 
US election: Whoever wins on Tuesday, the impact will be profound

US election: Whoever wins on Tuesday, the impact will be profound

'Some on the left see little difference between Obama and Romney. Big mistake.' Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters This time next week, we'll know. I hesitate to say we'll know by Wednesday morning: any journalist who covered the Bush v Gore Florida...

 

MP’s expenses
evidence ‘kept
from detectives’

POLICE are facing calls to reopen an investigation into disgraced Rotherham MP Denis MacShane's expenses, following the publication of yesterday's report. Scotland Yard was first called in to investigate the issue in 2010, although it was decided in...

 

Sadistic double murderer will die
in prison

A psychopath convicted for the murders of a vicar and a retired teacher has been told he will die in jail. Stephen Farrow was convicted yesterday for the “dreadful, horrific and sadistic” killings of the Rev John Suddards, 59, and Betty Yates, 77....

 

Brighton 2 Leeds 2: Mackail-Smith strikes twice then misses a penalty in thrilling clash

Craig Mackail-Smith struck twice for Brighton but then missed a penalty as his side could not make their pressure pay off against Leeds.The first came from the penalty spot and was levelled out by another penalty from El Hadji Diouf. Mackail-Smith...

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