News archive from 13 March 2015, page 19

Andy Samberg to host Primetime Emmy awards

Andy Samberg to host Primetime Emmy awards

Andy Samberg, best known for Saturday Night Live, will host this year's Primetime Emmy Awards. "Buckle your seat belts, Emmy viewers!" said Samberg in a statement, promising viewers "a wild ride". The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star will...

BBC, 09:26 in Art & Culture
 
Harpist Catrin Finch to release new album and set off on tour

Harpist Catrin Finch to release new album and set off on tour

Catrin Finch, the world renowned classical harpist, arranger and composer, marks a new phase in her musical career with the release of her new album on a new label later this month. Tides marks the first time Catrin’s own compositions have appeared as...

 
Georgie Twigg: We'll need to keep cool heads to qualify for Rio

Georgie Twigg: We'll need to keep cool heads to qualify for Rio

Now we are finally creeping out of winter, the pressure is on for us in the Great Britain hockey set-up. All thoughts are turning to the Olympics in Rio in 2016. The next few months will all be about catching the eye of the selectors and crucially,...

 
Gainsborough Trinity midfielder Simon Russell says Blues have nine cup finals to save season

Gainsborough Trinity midfielder Simon Russell says Blues have nine cup finals to save season

Simon Russell believes only sheer hard graft will help turnaround Gainsborough Trinity's fortunes and save them from relegation. The Blues midfielder admitted the job of saving Trinityfrom slipping out of Conference North rests with the 11 players...

 
Tata Steel chiefs & union in showdown over pension black hole affecting 4,000 in Scunthorpe

Tata Steel chiefs & union in showdown over pension black hole affecting 4,000 in Scunthorpe

Today (Friday the 13th) has been pencilled in as the showdown between Tata Steel chiefs and trade union delegates from across the UK at Congress House, London, to discuss an estimated £966 million black-hole in the British Steel Pension Scheme. Union...

 
'Fined for stealing chicken' - Hull court listings: Find out who has been sentenced (March 13, 2015)

'Fined for stealing chicken' - Hull court listings: Find out who has been sentenced (March 13, 2015)

An update of people convicted and sentenced in the courts in Hull and the East Riding.Brian Hewitt-Jones, 80, of Kettlethorpe Hill, South Cave, was fined £1,000 and banned from driving for 40 months for drink-driving. He must pay £85 costs and a £100...

 
UK government spies sacked for illegally snooping on personal emails

UK government spies sacked for illegally snooping on personal emails

GOVERNMENT spies have been sacked for illegally snooping on personal emails, a report revealed yesterday. An inquiry by Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) also warned of a lack of oversight and transparency in the security...

 
EuroMillions: Have you got your ticket for tonight's £18m Euromillions jackpot?

EuroMillions: Have you got your ticket for tonight's £18m Euromillions jackpot?

Tonight's EuroMillions draw is a staggering £18m. The draw closes at 7.30pm tonight and tickets cost £2 each. If you scooped the jackpot then you would be able to buy a fair old number of chocolate eggs for Easter, or if you are a Derby County fan...

 

FTSE on track for biggest weekly loss of 2015

Utility stocks were some of the worst performers, with British Gas owner Centrica (CNA.L) the top faller, down 2 percent and SSE (SSE.L) down 1.3 percent. Opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband will reiterate his plans to empower the energy...

Reuters, 09:33 in Business
 

Inside Osama bin Laden's hideaway: Photos show terrorist at his al Qaeda bolthole in Afghanistan

A series of rare pictures from inside Osama bin Laden's bolthole have been published for the first time, giving an incredible insight into the primitive life he led. The photographs, which surfaced at the trial of al-Qaeda lieutenant Khaled al-Fawwaz,...

Metro, 09:33 in Hot News
 

Nancy Dell'Olio flaunts impressive curves in racy lace dress for charity dinner

Attending the Terrence Higgins Trust gala auction, the 53-year-old socialite walked out of the star-studded event to a sea of flashbulbs. Nancy wore a yellow and black dress with dark lace pattern and a tulle skirt, standing out from the crowd of...

 
Survivor Producer Guilty Of Killing Wife

Survivor Producer Guilty Of Killing Wife

A former US reality TV producer has been convicted of murdering his wife during a 2010 Cancun beach holiday. Bruce Beresford-Redman was sentenced to 12 years in prison by Judge V?or Manuel Echeverria Tun in Mexico. The one-time Survivor producer was...

 
Clarence Edwards murder: Sixth man charged in connection with stabbing outside Manchester nightclub

Clarence Edwards murder: Sixth man charged in connection with stabbing outside Manchester nightclub

A sixth man has been charged in connection with the murder of Clarence Edwards. Dwayne Henry, 34, of Carlton Avenue, Rusholme, is due before magistrates accused of violent disorder. Mr Edwards, 26, died after an altercation outside the RBase night...

 
Child hurt after collision with car in Derbyshire town

Child hurt after collision with car in Derbyshire town

A CHILD has been hit by a car in Hurds Hollow, Matlock at 8.50am.Emergency services are at the scene.A Derbyshire police spokesman said: "A child has been hit by a vehicle at Hurds Hollow in Matlock this morning, we do not know any more at this...

 

'Deciding to suspend Jeremy Clarkson is like hanging the Queen' says Katie Hopkins

Following Jeremy's suspension from the BBC after he had a bust-up with a producer, Katie has spoken out about the drama and disgareed with the BBC's actions. Writing in her column in The Sun, Katie said: "Deciding to suspend Jeremy Clarkson is a...

 


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