News archive from 9 November 2013, page 11

Hungary's ruling party sees election in early April

"According to the plans, we will hold the parliamentary election in early April, then the European Parliament election in May and the local government vote will follow in the autumn," Lajos Kosa told the conservative daily Magyar Nemzet....

 
Radio 4 opens doors for Children in Need

Radio 4 opens doors for Children in Need

Listeners to BBC Radio 4 will have the chance to record the Shipping Forecast, or meet the presenters of the Today programme and Woman's Hour, as part of a Children in Need fund-raiser. An online auction, launched on Saturday Live on 9 November, will...

BBC, 13:01 in Art & Culture
 

Argentina's Fernandez given provisional greenlight to return to work

"Doctors have decided to give the neurological all-clear," he said. "She will be monitored over the weekend, and depending on how that goes, on Monday she will be reevaluated to determine at what pace she can return to her usual...

 
Woman, 68, arrested after pensioner stabbing

Woman, 68, arrested after pensioner stabbing

The injured man, who suffered a single stab wound, was taken to Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham where he remains. His condition is not thought to be life threatening. Sports Bar Offer Meal and Drink £9.95 Holiday Inn View details Print voucher...

 
Care complex staff to be axed as Acis loses £250k

Care complex staff to be axed as Acis loses £250k

It comes as Lincolnshire County Council decided to pull £250,000 of funding from the Acis Group, which runs sheltered housing complexes. Instead the authority will divert the cash to a new county-wide care scheme which it says will support even more...

 

Bowden back for The Ashes after being dropped from elite list in June

Billy Bowden has been included in an expanded list of five umpires to officiate during this winter's Ashes series. Following the controversy that surrounded the officiating during last summer's Ashes, the International Cricket Council has named Bowden...

Daily Mail, 13:27 in Sport
 
Woman rescued from burning car after crash

Woman rescued from burning car after crash

A WOMAN was airlifted to hospital after being pulled from her burning car following a road traffic collision on the A4189 at Preston Bagot, near Henley in Arden, on Friday afternoon. West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the scene just after...

 
The University of Lincoln gifted copy of medieval manuscript

The University of Lincoln gifted copy of medieval manuscript

It includes the only surviving medieval accounts of several important Middle English romances, such as the alliterative 4346-line poem, Morte Arthure, in which an unknown author retells the later part of the legend of King Arthur in an East Midlands...

 
Councillor was called 'Frodo' in Lincoln stalker saga

Councillor was called 'Frodo' in Lincoln stalker saga

The 20-year-old studies at the University of Lincoln and is a member of the Green Party. He has been a town councillor in Hadleigh, Suffolk, where he is from, for two months and regularly travels back for meetings. Sports Bar Offer Meal and Drink...

 

Experts fly to typhoon-hit country

A team of humanitarian experts is flying to the Philippines to assess the scale of need in the typhoon-stricken country. One of the most powerful storms on record has left more than 100 people dead and forced the evacuation of at least 800,000. About...

 

Boost for Arsenal as Wilshere and Flamini train ahead of crunch United clash

Arsenal were boosted by the presence of midfielders Jack Wilshere and Mathieu Flamini at training on Saturday ahead of their visit to Manchester United. The pair, who have both been sidelined due to injury, were back on the pitch at Arsenal's training...

Daily Mail, 13:52 in Sport
 
'Massive destruction' as typhoon kills at least 1,200 in Philippines, says Red Cross

'Massive destruction' as typhoon kills at least 1,200 in Philippines, says Red Cross

A day after Typhoon Haiyan churned through the Philippine archipelago in a straight line from east to west, rescue teams struggled to reach far-flung regions, hampered by washed out roads, many choked with debris and fallen trees. The death toll is...

 

Maduro government 'occupies' Venezuela electronics chain

Various managers of the five-store, 500-employee Daka chain have been arrested, and the company will now be forced to sell products at "fair prices," Maduro said late on Friday. State media showed soldiers in one Daka shop, some checking the...

 

Miami Herald reporter detained in Venezuela

"We are very concerned," Aminda Marques Gonzalez, the Herald's executive editor, said in a story on its web site. "There doesn't seem to be any basis for his detention and we're trying to figure out what's going on. We are asking that...

 
Robbie Williams Regrets 'Rehab And Geri Fling'

Robbie Williams Regrets 'Rehab And Geri Fling'

Robbie Williams has told a London crowd his life regrets - including a fling with Geri Halliwell - during a one-off show to promote his new swing album. The singer played a one-off big band show at the London Palladium, which included guest...

 


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