News archive from 14 March 2012, page 18

Care homes struggling, report warns

Care homes for the elderly are struggling to meet the needs of residents with complex medical conditions amid cuts in funding, a report has warned. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) report says elderly people are being admitted to care homes with...

 

Students' national day of action

Students are holding a national day of action in protest at the Government's higher education plans, including walkouts at university campuses across the country. The National Union of Students (NUS) said lectures will be boycotted as students join...

 

Rugby stars to sing at Twickenham

Chart stars JLS are passing their musical skills to a team of rugby legends who will try to perform in front of 82,000 fans at Twickenham. The boyband pin-ups have been coaching stars including Austin Healey, Bill Beaumont and Brian Moore as part of...

 

Police chiefs back water cannon use

Water cannon would be valuable to police forces across England and Wales in a bid to avoid a return of last summer's rioting, a review has said. Scotland Yard chiefs said the crowd dispersal weapon "would have been considered as a tactical...

 

Drugs 'better for labour pain'

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ARSENE WENGER HOLDS KEY TO THEO WALCOTT'S NEW CONTRACT

ARSENE WENGER HOLDS KEY TO THEO WALCOTT'S NEW CONTRACT

The Gunners are desperate to open talks on a new deal for Walcott before the end of the season, with his contract due to expire in 2013. With captain Robin van Persie set to wait until the end of the season to start discussing his future, Arsenal want...

 
CALL-UP FOR THE OLD GUARD

CALL-UP FOR THE OLD GUARD

His starting XI, minus Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole and having already been denied captain John Terry by injury, was described as “managerial suicide”. Tonight Roberto Di Matteo, having replaced the sacked Villas-Boas, attempts to salvage something...

 

Police chiefs back water cannon use

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Drugs 'better for labour pain'

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Police chiefs back water cannon use

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ARSENE WENGER HOLDS KEY TO THEO WALCOTT'S NEW CONTRACT

ARSENE WENGER HOLDS KEY TO THEO WALCOTT'S NEW CONTRACT

The Gunners are desperate to open talks on a new deal for Walcott before the end of the season, with his contract due to expire in 2013. With captain Robin van Persie set to wait until the end of the season to start discussing his future, Arsenal want...

 
JACK WILSHERE COULD BE BACK BY APRIL

JACK WILSHERE COULD BE BACK BY APRIL

Wilshere, 20, suffered an ankle injury that has kept him out for the season so far, but now he is hoping to play in at least five games to prove he would be fit for England.

 

Police chiefs back water cannon use

Water cannon would be valuable to police forces across England and Wales in a bid to avoid a return of last summer's rioting, a review has said. Scotland Yard chiefs said the crowd dispersal weapon "would have been considered as a tactical...

 
Akira Yoshizawa celebrated by Google Doodle

Akira Yoshizawa celebrated by Google Doodle

The grandmaster of origami, Akira Yoshizawa, has had his paper folding skills celebrated as a Google Doodle to mark the 101st anniversary of his birth. Japanese-born Yoshizawa is credited with turning origami from a children's pastime into a serious...

 

Rugby stars to sing at Twickenham

Chart stars JLS are passing their musical skills to a team of rugby legends who will try to perform in front of 82,000 fans at Twickenham. The boyband pin-ups have been coaching stars including Austin Healey, Bill Beaumont and Brian Moore as part of...

 


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