News archive from 12 November 2012, page 13

Wales played too much rugby in wrong areas says Gethin Jenkins

Wales played too much rugby in wrong areas says Gethin Jenkins

GETHIN JENKINS has admitted that Wales have no one to blame but themselves after the reigning Six Nations champions' shambolic performance against Argentina. Wales' 26-12 defeat was their heaviest home loss for three years and their biggest reversal...

Daily Post, 00:30 in Sport
 

IRB series at Parc Eirias: Samoa 42 Canada 12

SAMOA warmed up for their clash with Wales on Friday by putting Canada to the sword as a Parc Eirias crowd of just under 3,000 watched two high-scoring games in the IRB International Series. After Russia and USA had opened Friday night's double-header...

Daily Post, 00:30 in Sport
 

IRB series at Parc Eirias: Russia 26 USA 40

THE United States won the opening match of Friday's IRB series double header in Colwyn Bay with a 40-26 victory over Russia. Kingsley Jones' Russia put the opening points on the board with an early penalty from Igor Klyuchnikov which sailed over from...

Daily Post, 00:30 in Sport
 

England hope Stuart Broad and Steven Finn will be fit to face India

ENGLAND are beginning to hope they may have a first-choice attack in operation against India in the first Test after all, as both Stuart Broad and Steven Finn continue to progress from injury. While England's back-up bowlers, and Test possible Tim...

Daily Post, 00:30 in Sport
 

Japan economy shrinks 0.9 percent in Q3, points to recession

The fall in GDP, which matched a median market forecast, translated into an annualised 3.5 percent fall, government data showed on Monday. The slide will keep the Bank of Japan under pressure to boost monetary stimulus even after it eased policy in...

Reuters, 00:31 in Business
 

Driver prejudice 'starts early'

Perceived prejudice against women drivers seems to kick in from an early age, according to a survey. Most five to seven-year-olds reckon dad is a better driver than mum and also think their father is better at parking than their mother. But youngsters...

 

Employment to grow steadily: CIPD

Employment will grow steadily for the rest of the year, although the trend for increases in part-time and temporary jobs will continue, according to a new study. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) said despite the positive...

 

Warning over regional unemployment

Unemployment will not return to pre-recession levels for another four years, the TUC has warned. A study for the union organisation found that unemployment has continued to rise in some parts of the UK, including Yorkshire and the Humber, the East of...

 

Driver prejudice 'starts early'

Perceived prejudice against women drivers seems to kick in from an early age, according to a survey. Most five to seven-year-olds reckon dad is a better driver than mum and also think their father is better at parking than their mother. But youngsters...

 

Winter Fuel Payment scheme launched

An initiative to keep vulnerable older people safe and warm this winter has been launched. Saga and the Community Foundation Network (CFN) have teamed up for this year's Surviving Winter campaign, which ran for the first time last year. The campaign...

 

Employment to grow steadily: CIPD

Employment will grow steadily for the rest of the year, although the trend for increases in part-time and temporary jobs will continue, according to a new study. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) said despite the positive...

 

Group to target Starbucks over cuts

An activists' group is to target Starbucks coffee shops next month as part of a campaign to highlight how the Government's spending cuts are affecting women. UK Uncut claimed that money being lost through tax avoidance measures by multi-national...

 

Warning over regional unemployment

Unemployment will not return to pre-recession levels for another four years, the TUC has warned. A study for the union organisation found that unemployment has continued to rise in some parts of the UK, including Yorkshire and the Humber, the East of...

 

Driver prejudice 'starts early'

Perceived prejudice against women drivers seems to kick in from an early age, according to a survey. Most five to seven-year-olds reckon dad is a better driver than mum and also think their father is better at parking than their mother. But youngsters...

 

Winter Fuel Payment scheme launched

An initiative to keep vulnerable older people safe and warm this winter has been launched. Saga and the Community Foundation Network (CFN) have teamed up for this year's Surviving Winter campaign, which ran for the first time last year. The campaign...

 


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