News archive from 5 April 2012, page 214

Stenson loses way at Augusta

Lee Westwood found himself leading The Masters again after Henrik Stenson crashed from six under par to one under in almost a blink of the eye on his 36th birthday at Augusta National. While Westwood, making his 56th attempt to win a major, had four...

People, 21:53 in Sport
 

Man held over teenager stab death

Apr 5 2012 A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a teenage boy was stabbed to death near a pub, police said. The 17-year-old was knifed twice in the chest and although paramedics fought to save his life at the scene in Hastings, East...

 

Student dies after police crash

Apr 5 2012 A student has died after being hit by an unmarked police car. West Midlands Police said the 24-year-old man from China was hit by a black BMW in the Newtown area of Birmingham at around 7pm on Wednesday. He sustained serious head and back...

 
Google CEO touts gains, focuses on long term bets

Google CEO touts gains, focuses on long term bets

Larry Page, also co-founder who took over the top job from Eric Schmidt in April 2011, said in a 2012 strategy update that the search giant had made progress revamping Google around key business opportunities. Page said that Google's smartphone...

 

US STOCKS-S&P 500 posts worst week in 2012 as bulls waver

* U.S. cash stock market closed for Good Friday * Dow off 0.1 pct, S&P off 0.1 pct, Nasdaq up 0.4 pct (Updates to close) By Edward Krudy NEW YORK, April 5 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks mostly dipped on Thursday, but the S&P 500 ended its worst week...

 

Porsche 911 designer dies aged 76 shortly before sports car's 50th anniversary

The man heralded for designing the legendary Porsche 911 has died today aged 76. Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche was the creative brain behind the one of the world's most iconic sports cars which first went on sale in 1963. The car maker will...

Daily Mail, 21:57 in Auto
 

Worst Easter getaway ever? Airports a nightmare, fuel tanker drivers' dispute... and when you get there you...

Britain was warned to brace itself for travel chaos as a perfect storm of atrocious weather, industrial disputes and the mass Easter getaway collide. Millions are expected to hit the roads, airports and railways over one of the busiest periods of the...

Daily Mail, 21:57 in Auto
 
Father spared jail for road rage attack after judge praised him for helping prevent 'serious disorder' during summer riots

Father spared jail for road rage attack after judge praised him for helping prevent 'serious disorder'...

The beavered father who won national acclaim when he appealed for calm after his son was killed in last summer's riots, was spared jail today for his part in a road rage attack. Tariq Jahan, 46, grabbed 34-year-old Sajjid Ali by the throat before...

Daily Mail, 21:57 in Auto
 
Millions paid out to teachers for classroom assaults and accidents

Millions paid out to teachers for classroom assaults and accidents

Assaults, accidents, injuries and discrimination in the workplace have seen teachers collectively secure millions of pounds in compensation claims, according to figures released by three teaching unions to coincide with annual conferences over the...

Guardian, 21:58 in Politics
 

Google CEO touts gains, focuses on long term bets

Larry Page, also co-founder who took over the top job from Eric Schmidt in April 2011, said in a 2012 strategy update that the search giant had made progress revamping Google around key business opportunities. Page said that Google's smartphone...

Reuters, 21:59 in Business
 


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