News archive from 2 November 2013, page 6

Chris Tarrant Goes Fishing – TV review

Chris Tarrant Goes Fishing – TV review

Smug … Chris Tarrant Goes Fishing, Channel 5 I like a bit of fishing, I used to do it when I was a kid. I like a bit of fishing on television, too. There used to be a brilliant show called Go Fishing with a man called John Wilson, who would yelp and...

Guardian, 08:21 in Showbiz
 

I need a home! Spurs star Livermore open to making Hull loan a permanent deal

Jake Livermore is willing to talk to Hull about making his loan move permanent after declaring he 'needs a home'. The 23-year-old Tottenham midfielder is spending the season at the KC Stadium after a number of high-profile arrivals at Spurs shunted...

Daily Mail, 08:30 in Sport
 

UK soldiers admit role in bar fight

Four British soldiers have admitted being involved in a fight with an off-duty policeman outside a New York City bar. The soldiers were on a military rugby team trip when the row broke out on August 30. Criminal complaints say the officer was punched...

 

Listening to your favourite tunes adds 19 minutes to the average workout, a study has claimed

Whether you do it to ease the pain or simply to relieve the monotony, exercising to your favourite tunes can add 19 minutes to the average workout. A typical gym or jogging session to music will last 58 minutes, compared with just 39 minutes when it's...

Daily Mail, 08:40 in Health
 
Hatton teen heading to top of charts with The Vamps

Hatton teen heading to top of charts with The Vamps

Buy photos » Hatton bassist Connor (far right) and his band The Vamps who are set to hit the charts with their debut release ‘Can We Dance?’ (s) A TEENAGER from Hatton is heading for the top of the charts with the latest hotly-tipped boy band. As one...

 

LA Airport Attack: 'Gunman Sent Suicide Text'

A man suspected of carrying out a deadly attack at Los Angeles International Airport sent a suicidal text message to his sibling, police have said. The alleged gunman shot his way past a screening checkpoint, killing a security officer and wounding...

 
Swansea City announces £15.3m end-of-year profit

Swansea City announces £15.3m end-of-year profit

Swansea City made a profit of £15.3m for the year to May 2013 - the club's second season in the Premier League. The club said it has used the money to build a youth academy training facility near the Liberty Stadium and a training complex at...

BBC, 09:08 in Business
 

China to end use of prisoners' organs for transplants in mid-2014

By mid-2014, all hospitals licensed for organ transplants will be required to stop using organs from executed prisoners and only use those voluntarily donated and allocated through a fledging national system, said Huang Jiefu, a former deputy health...

 

BT disconnected my house alarm without telling me when it installed Infinity. Why?!

I had BT Infinity installed a few weeks ago and was happy with the service. But a few weeks later I discovered the engineer who installed it had disconnected all of the other phone lines in the house - including the one the house alarm uses. He did...

 

INVESTMENT EXTRA: Signs of life are starting to be seen in the junior market after years of stagnation

Signs of life are starting to be seen in the junior market after years of stagnation. And City traders are linking this recovery in growth stocks to the Chancellor's decision to allow AIM-quoted equities to be included in tax friendly stocks and...

 
WEATHER: Rain and 24mph winds forecast

WEATHER: Rain and 24mph winds forecast

The top temperature is forecast to be around 11C. Wind speeds are expected to pick up as the day progresses. New Bar Menu The Tower Hotel View details Print voucher Why not come and try the new Bar Menu from 4/12/13 @ The Tower Hotel Lincoln, Follow...

 
Lincoln manager accused of sexual harassment wins tribunal

Lincoln manager accused of sexual harassment wins tribunal

His exit followed 17 allegations about his behaviour, including bullying, remarks of a sexual nature to women in his team and touching female colleagues inappropriately. In one case, it was alleged he touched a woman's breast and on another occasion...

 

Cancer funding bid nears £9,000

A Belper couple who began fundraising for a children's cancer charity after their daughter was diagnosed with the disease could be set to smash the £9,000 mark next weekend. Julian and Andrea Darke have been staging various fundraisers for Children...

 
Ghostly goings on at Twistin’ Tots

Ghostly goings on at Twistin’ Tots

Spooky songs and a fancy dress contest were the order of the day at a Hallowe'en themed Twistin' Tots session. Babies and toddlers dressed as bats, witches, vampires, fairies, pumpkins and cats at the two sessions held at Belper Community Hall each...

 
Cute Kanye needs to be rescued

Cute Kanye needs to be rescued

The star of this week's Rescue Me is a tiny cat called Kanye. The adorable moggie was taken in at RSPCA Derby when he was two months old and is still at the centre three months on. Volunteer co-ordinator Leanne Manchester says he was shy at first but...

 


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