News archive from 13 March 2011, page 13

Exclusive People poll reveals the big-hearted community spirit of Britain

Exclusive People poll reveals the big-hearted community spirit of Britain

Big-hearted Brits are bursting with community pride, a People poll reveals today. More than four in 10 say neighbours would describe them as friendly. One in five would wade in to stop a mugging - whatever the risk. Nearly half are on first-name terms...

People, 00:43 in World News
 
Kate Moss and Kate Middleton have vastly different hen night plans

Kate Moss and Kate Middleton have vastly different hen night plans

One will be the Queen of England, the other"s a catwalk queen. But their hen night plans couldn"t be more different. Royal bride Kate Middleton, 29, is lining up a simple dinner and a DVD showing of Dirty Dancing at her parents" country...

People, 00:43 in World News
 

Japan's other deadly quakes

JAPAN has suffered a tragic history of deadly earthquakes. The country"s worst came on September 1, 1923, when a quake on the main island of Honshu devastated Tokyo, killing 142,000 people. On January 13, 1945, the Mikawa quake, killed 1,180 with...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Join in this summer's Big Lunch and host a party in your neighbourhood

Imagine a dinner party with your whole street - or your entire neighbourhood. Communities across Britain are being urged to gather to make this year"s Big Lunch the biggest ever and The People wants you to help. The event calls for the 61million...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Honour for war heroine who died in poverty

A WORLD War Two hero who died in poverty after her pension was stopped is to have a plaque unveiled in her memory. Eileen Nearne MBE, known as Didi, operated as an agent called Rose and was caught and tortured three times by the Nazis. In 1946 she was...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Bride's ex father-in-law turns up as the wedding photographer

Bride Sally Hawkins thought the photographer looked familiar at her wedding - then realised it was her ex father-in-law. Sally, 46, had not seen her former in-law since her marriage went pear-shaped in 2002. The booking was made by groom Daniel...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Man punched youth who asked teen girl to flash her boobs

FURIOUS Mark Radford attacked a youth who asked his partner"s teen daughter to flash her boobs. Gardener Radford lashed out when a group of four youngsters shouted at the 19-year-old on a night out. The girl did not take offence - but Radford,...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Lost dog found 50 miles from home in Heathrow Terminal Five

A DOG that vanished from home seven months ago has been discovered 50 miles away at an international airport check-in. Maddie the lurcher was found wandering among passengers at Heathrow"s Terminal Five. The airport"s dog handling service...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Terror threat at 2012 Olympics big screens

SPECTATORS watching the Olympics on outdoor screens will be sitting ducks for terrorists, a security expert warned last night. Security will be tight at Games venues but the thousands at 18 public viewing sites across the UK may be seen as soft...

People, 00:44 in World News
 

Eddie Wilson, 91, hopes to live to 100 on jellied eels

Eddie Wilson, 91, is hoping to live to be 100 by eating jellied eels four times a week, which he buys from fishermen in Bideford, Devon.

People, 00:45 in World News
 

Mum Mandy Foyster to run 140 miles to London then do the marathon

MANDY Foyster, 44, will run 140 miles from Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, to London in five days - then tackle the 26-mile marathon.

People, 00:45 in World News
 

Two thirds of Brits haven't got a clue about car maintenance

AN astonishing 65 per cent of drivers admit they barely know their car alternator from the ashtray. Motorists are clueless on basic car maintenance, and 29 per cent are not even entirely sure how to fill up on fuel and screenwash, a survey found. A...

People, 00:45 in World News
 

Canoe fraudsters John and Anne Darwin move in with their son in a bid to save their marriage

CANOE cheats John and Anne Darwin are set to move in with son Mark in a last-ditch bid to save their marriage. Mark, 34 - who once branded his mother a “hideous lying bitch” - has agreed to let his estranged parents live with him and wife Felicia....

People, 00:45 in World News
 

BBC's new chairman Lord Patten is told to watch more TV

The BBC"s new chairman has been ordered to watch more television - especially soaps and reality shows. Lord Chris Patten"s appointment was cleared by the Commons Culture committee this week. But they were astonished at the former Tory...

People, 00:45 in World News
 

It's the way Barcelona play that makes Xavi and Messi look so good

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Daily Mail, 00:52 in Sport
 


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