News archive from 12 November 2012, page 5

TV star Fearne is fan of Weleda

TV star Fearne is fan of Weleda

Celebrity mum-to-be Fearne Cotton is the latest well-kn0wn name to give her backing to the beauty products made by Ilkeston firm Weleda. The TV presenter and radio DJ named Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil as her ‘Mum-to-be Saviour’ product after it...

 
Uncertain future for Beamlight staff

Uncertain future for Beamlight staff

Beamlight Automotive Seating in Eastwood has gone into administration leaving nearly 200 people facing the threat of redundancy. Staff were called into a meeting on Monday morning and sent home after being told there was no money to pay them amid...

 

Magna deny unpaid bill claims

The firm which allegedly defaulted on a £400,000 bill, causing an Eastwood firm to go into administration have this week denied the claims. Beamlight administrator Nigel Hamilton-Smith told the Advertiser this week that he could not move forward until...

 
Russia to help probe Yasser Arafat's death, Palestinian president says

Russia to help probe Yasser Arafat's death, Palestinian president says

Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a ceremony in Ramallah marking the eighth anniversary of Yasser Arafat's death. Photograph: Fadi Arouri/Xinhua Press/Corbis Russia will join an international investigation to determine whether the first Palestinian...

 
Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift triumph with trio of trophies at MTV EMAS

Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift triumph with trio of trophies at MTV EMAS

Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift were crowned king and queen of the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) on Sunday night, scooping three top trophies apiece. Swift kicked off proceedings by winning the first prize of the evening - her first ever EMA award -...

 

Scotland 22 New Zealand 51: Ruthless All Blacks begin autumn series with a bang

Richie McCaw's biennial pilgrimage to his ancestral home resulted in Scotland's ritual flogging and the launch of another All Black rampage through Europe.Nobody takes care of Test match business quite like New Zealand's colossal captain but then...

Daily Mail, 23:52 in Sport
 

If Wallabies get the jump on us - we'll be in trouble

England should be quite satisfied with their performance, but Stuart Lancaster will know that if his team start as poorly against Australia as they did against Fiji they could be in big trouble.In the first 20 minutes on Saturday, their skill levels...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Ruthless Lancaster will change England up for Aussie challenge in bid to find top gear

From a coaching perspective, the scenario is perfect. A half-century of points and seven tries to ignite this autumn campaign, but enough glitches along the way to ensure England's players will be subjected to a harsh post-mortem.Stuart Lancaster and...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Beljan wins first PGA Tour event just two days after fearing he would DIE

PGA Tour rookie Charlie Beljan clung on for his maiden victory at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic - just two days after being taken to hospital following a reported panic attack.Beljan was hospitalised after complaining of shortness...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 
EXCLUSIVE: The truth behind the amazing story that exposed cricket's dirty secrets

EXCLUSIVE: The truth behind the amazing story that exposed cricket's dirty secrets

The sentencing in November 2011 of three Pakistani cricketers and their agent for their involvement in the Lord's spot-fixing scandal a year earlier apparently brought to an end one of the most shocking episodes in the history of cricket corruption....

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 
Remember, sport isn't a special case when we honour our heroes

Remember, sport isn't a special case when we honour our heroes

From Home Park, Plymouth, Saturday, to St James' Park, Newcastle, Sunday, they remembered. They stood in silence, heads bowed. Did you? In your home, out and about, wherever you happened to be at the appropriate time, did you pause to remember the...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Jonas shows being a warrior woman is worth fighting for

On Sunday August 5 I watched Natasha Jonas make history as the first British female boxer to step into the Olympic ring. I remember feeling a very strong sense of admiration for what she had achieved and was impressed by the power, speed and technical...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Sharples admits Ashton could steal his spot on England's wing despite Fiji brace

Charlie Sharples fears that he could lose out to Chris Ashton next Saturday, despite having scored two tries against Fiji.The possible return of Ashton, following a one-match ban for picking up three yellow cards this season, is one of the big...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

No dream finale for Marray and Nielsen as Spanish duo reach London showpiece

A year which saw Jonny Marray propelled from obscure journeyman to household name came to an abrupt end on Sunday night, and almost certainly so did his partnership with Frederik Nielsen.The Anglo-Danish pair were defeated 6-4, 6-3 by Spain's Marc...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Bruised Aussies steeled for England onslaught after French thrashing

Australia landed in London last night fearing England will set out to beat them up front as France did on Saturday in Paris.Head coach Robbie Deans admitted France deserved to win 33-6, including a penalty try when the Wallabies caved in at a scrum in...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 


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