News archive from 5 March 2012

Zeta-Jones to be honoured by New York Welsh society

CATHERINE ZETA-JONES will receive a bracelet created by a West Wales jewellery designer when she is honoured today by New York"s Welsh community. The St David"s Society of the State of New York is making the 41-year-old film actress the...


"Benidorm" Brits drink most abroad

IT"S the behaviour that led to the “Brits abroad” reputation stereotyped in popular sitcom Benidorm. Now research claims Britons are Europe"s heaviest holiday drinkers, with 65% drinking more while on a trip abroad than they do at home....



The flamboyant designer was drinking at a bar in the Marais district of the French capital on Thursday (24Feb11) when he began verbally assaulting two strangers sitting on a cafe terrace, according to reports. Galliano, head designer for Dior, was...


Boy wonder Sterling has cast a spell on Dalglish at Liverpool

Born in the Caribbean and raised in the shadow of Wembley Stadium, prepare to be dazzled by Raheem Sterling. Kenny Dalglish is already converted, barely able to wipe the grin from his face as he watched the striker score five for Liverpool in the FA...

Daily Mail, 07:53 in Sport

Son, 10, to inherit dead rocker"s £

ROCK star Stuart Cable"s 10-year-old son will inherit more than £500,000 after his father died without leaving a will. The former Stereophonics drummer left assets of £1.4m when he died on June 7 last year after a lengthy drinking session. That...



The actor, who split from his I Am Number Four co-star Dianna Agron earlier this month (Feb11), was at the unveiling of his new movie in Los Angeles when the blaze broke out in the garage of his Beverly Hills property. Firefighters were called to the...


Roman Abramovich to fly in for Chelsea showdown with Carlo Ancelotti

Roman Abramovich is expected to fly to Chelsea's training ground at Cobham this week to meet beleaguered manager Carlo Ancelotti, as tension grows over the club's appalling run of only two wins in 11 Premier League games. Captain John Terry and Didier...

Daily Mail, 23:06 in Sport

Debt collectors" calls "were a form of torture", says judge

A CREDIT card firm “tortured” a customer by hounding him with telephone calls as it sought payment of a £20,000 debt, a Welsh judge said yesterday. Keith Harrison"s debt was written off by Nicholas Chambers QC sitting at Mold. Judge Chambers said...


England keeper Joe Hart laughs off Manchester City training scuffles

England goalkeeper Joe Hart has insisted Manchester City players laughed off their training-ground bust-ups this season. Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor were the latest pair to come to blows last week ahead of today's FA Cup tie at former boss Sven...

Daily Mail, 23:06 in Sport


The Ironic hitmaker and her rapper husband MC Souleye welcomed a son, Ever Imre Morissette-Treadway, on Christmas Day (25Dec10). Morissette insists her life has already been transformed by her new bundle of joy, calling motherhood a...


Liverpool's Glen Johnson in astonishing Twitter attack on ex-Arsenal star Paul Merson

Liverpool defender Glen Johnson has launched an outspoken attack on Paul Merson after the former Arsenal midfielder criticised his attitude this season. Merson, a pundit on Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday programme, was discussing the departure of Reds...

Daily Mail, 23:06 in Sport


Funnyman Russell Brand, who takes on Dudley Moore's role of Arthur Bach in the revamp, recommended the DJ to studio bosses searching for the right musician to pen the soundtrack. And the Grammy winner admits he's delighted to have landed his dream...


"We get a lot of bluster from Labour, but they were planning severe cuts"

NICK CLEGG has launched his most savage attack on the Labour Party so far, accusing it of seeking to deceive the electorate by not owning up to plans that would have resulted in public spending cuts almost as severe as those being imposed by his...


Marseille offered me cash not to play against them, says Rangers legend Hateley

Former England striker Mark Hateley claims he was offered a financial incentive not to play for Rangers in a Champions League clash against Marseille in 1993. The two teams met in the group stages of the competition, whose format at that time saw the...

Daily Mail, 09:17 in Sport

Cardiff is the centre of political attention

CARDIFF will become the ground zero of UK politics this weekend when the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats hold conferences in the city and a major rally takes place to condemn public spending cuts. Both Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy...


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