News archive from 3 April 2011, page 21

Westwood wins trademark battle

Westwood wins trademark battle

Fashion icon Dame Vivienne Westwood has won a legal tussle with a designer she accused of copying her work. A judge ruled that motifs and imagery used in Anthony Edward Knight's line of clothing are too similar to Westwood's trademarks and could...

 
Nude Winslet sketch for sale

Nude Winslet sketch for sale

A nude drawing of Kate Winslet which featured in Titanic is expected to fetch as much as £10,000 at auction. The illustration of Winslet reclining on a sofa and wearing nothing but a diamond necklace is sketched by Leonardo DiCaprio's artist character...

 
Mars and Hilton prosecutor in coke bust

Mars and Hilton prosecutor in coke bust

The Las Vegas deputy district attorney who prosecuted Bruno Mars and Paris Hilton for drug possession has resigned after he was arrested on suspicion of buying cocaine. Clark County Deputy District Attorney David Schubert made his resignation official...

 
Love claims Osbourne was 'foaming at the mouth'

Love claims Osbourne was 'foaming at the mouth'

Courtney Love has launched another online war of words and this time her target is Kelly Osbourne. The rocker has taken exception to Osbourne calling her a 'crackhead' on TV show Fashion Police - and on Friday she hit website VYou.com to respond....

 
India fined for slow over rate in World Cup final

India fined for slow over rate in World Cup final

India have been fined for a slow over rate during their World Cup final victory over Sri Lanka. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side were ruled to be one over short of their target when time allowances were taken into consideration. As a result, Dhoni has been...

Guardian, 10:34 in Sport
 
Barcelona move closer to title after win at Villarreal

Barcelona move closer to title after win at Villarreal

Real Madrid's shock 1-0 defeat at home to Sporting Gijón on Saturday and Barcelona's victory by the same scoreline at Villarreal has put a third consecutive La Liga title firmly within the Catalan club's reach. With eight games remaining, Barça have...

Guardian, 10:35 in Sport
 

Volunteer cashes in on first aid heroes by setting up rival business

A VOLUNTEER with the St Andrew's First Aid charity is trying to steal their business, we can reveal. Colin Young, 59, is a leading member of Scotland's largest first aid charity, who provide volunteer first-aiders for T in the Park, SPL football...

 

Masters countdown: Stunning shot in 2010 proves Phil Mickelson is up for Augusta challenge

phil mickelson Mickelson's wonder-shot at Augusta in 2010 was widely claimed to have been the shot of the year IT WAS probably the best shot of 2010 - and arguably the only shot of note Phil Mickelson has hit in the last 12 months. But anyone who...

 

ICC World Cup: Winning World Cup is proudest moment in my life, says India legend Sachin Tendulkar

india cricket team INDIA captured their first World Cup in 28 years last night and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar hailed it the proudest moment of his life. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni secured the six-wicket win with a six, surpassing Sri Lanka's...

 

Magners League: Aironi 16 Glasgow 17

SEAN LINEEN'S relieved Warriors withstood a late Aironi rally to avoid another dose of Magners League misery. Glasgow headed into the Viadana basement battle looking to boost morale after a poor run. And they seized control of the game when Peter...

 

Sony Ericsson Open: I'll be aggressive when I face Djokovic in final, insists Rafa Nadal

RAFAEL NADAL has vowed to go on the attack against man-of-the-moment Novak Djokovic in the Sony Ericsson Open final - after breezing past Roger Federer. Nadal was terrific in the Miami semi-final as he crushed Federer 6-3 6-2 to make it 15 victories...

 

Silver By Nature bidding to become first grey winner of Grand National since 1961

THIRTY TWO years have passed since the Grand National trophy was festooned with tartan ribbons and it's been longer since a grey horse won the race. But that could all change on Saturday when Silver By Nature tackles the world's greatest...

 

An inside look at Nato's £160m deep-sea search and rescue boat

nato's new search and rescue boat, nemo Image 1 WELCOME to Nemo - the £160million super submarine ready to be sent around the world to prevent a repeat of the Kursk tragedy. The Sunday Mail was given a behind-the-scenes look at the Faslane-based...

 

Fans of Peter Kay furious as ticket firm claim paid-for briefs would not be issued

DISAPPOINTED fans of funnyman Peter Kay were not laughing after their tickets for his Glasgow show were cancelled at the last minute. Online agent peter-kay-live.com took bookings for the five-night run a year ago and accepted payment up front. But...

 

Jo Whiley: I might be on the radio, but to my kids I'm just their mum

SITTING in Maida Vale Studios in London, Jo Whiley admits she is in a state of minor shock. When she first started on Radio One in 1993, she was in the studio for the evening session slot with an infant daugher at home. As she begins a new evening...

 


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