News archive from 5 April 2012, page 16

FORMER WIGAN MIDFIELDER JASON KOUMAS TRAINING WITH SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

FORMER WIGAN MIDFIELDER JASON KOUMAS TRAINING WITH SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

FORMER Wales midfielder Jason Koumas is training with Sheffield Wednesday, having been released by Wigan.

Daily Star, 01:24 in Sport
 

Abortion clinic inspections queried

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is said to have been "shocked" by a letter from health regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) apparently expressing concerns over the costs of inspecting abortion clinics. The chairwoman of the...

 

Watchdog launches E.On investigation

OFGEM is investigating energy supplier E.On to establish whether it is complying with selling obligations. It follows information about E.On’s marketing activities which has “come to the regulator’s attention”, it said. The investigation will examine...

Scotsman, 01:24 in Hot News
 

Talks under way to avert fuel strikes

TALKS aimed at resolving the fuel tanker drivers dispute and heading off the threat of strikes are under way. Officials from the Unite union and seven distribution companies met in London yesterday under the chairmanship of the conciliation service...

Scotsman, 01:24 in Hot News
 

Hosepipe bans in seven water areas

Millions of householders across southern and eastern England will be banned from using hosepipes from Thursday as drought grips parts of the country. Seven water companies are introducing restrictions on water use following one of the driest two-year...

 

Doherty admits Winehouse regret

Pete Doherty said not being invited to Amy Winehouse's funeral meant he "never had the chance to see through" his grief for the dead singer. The former Libertines star told the NME that Amy, who died last July, "would have wanted me at...

 

Abortion clinic inspections queried

QUICK-THINKING teenagers have been hailed heroes for helping to save a man's life after he was buried in sand. Anger over bus station litterbugs News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep...

 

Survivor to talk on Chernobyl in Sheffield

Survivors of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster will visit Sheffield to talk about their experiences. Among the survivors of events 26 years ago is Valery Beslin, a 70-year old miner now based in Sheffield. He will speak at the Church of the Nazarene,...

 

Doherty admits Winehouse regret

Pete Doherty said not being invited to Amy Winehouse's funeral meant he "never had the chance to see through" his grief for the dead singer. The former Libertines star told the NME that Amy, who died last July, "would have wanted me at...

 

Abortion clinic inspections queried

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is said to have been "shocked" by a letter from health regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) apparently expressing concerns over the costs of inspecting abortion clinics. The chairwoman of the...

 

Abortion clinic inspections queried

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is said to have been "shocked" by a letter from health regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) apparently expressing concerns over the costs of inspecting abortion clinics. The chairwoman of the...

 
DANNY'S DONE SO WEL FOR WAYNE ROONEY

DANNY'S DONE SO WEL FOR WAYNE ROONEY

Welbeck, 21, has emerged as a key player for United this term with 10 goals and looks a good bet to go to the Euro 2012 finals, especially with Rooney suspended for the opening two games. Even more impressively, it has all come in his first full...

 

Doherty admits Winehouse regret

Pete Doherty said not being invited to Amy Winehouse's funeral meant he "never had the chance to see through" his grief for the dead singer. The former Libertines star told the NME that Amy, who died last July, "would have wanted me at...

 
STYLE IS THE BIG WINNER THIS YEAR

STYLE IS THE BIG WINNER THIS YEAR

Manchester United might take the title, but there are two even better candidates for the award – men who have taken their clubs higher and further than even their supporters dared believe. Newcastle's Alan Pardew and Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers...

 

Abortion clinic inspections queried

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is said to have been "shocked" by a letter from health regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) apparently expressing concerns over the costs of inspecting abortion clinics. The chairwoman of the...

 


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