News archive from 16 June 2012, page 1

Legionnaires outbreak: Five take legal action as they seek answers over what went wrong

Legionnaires outbreak: Five take legal action as they seek answers over what went wrong

Health chiefs investigating the outbreak today served an improvement notice on the National Museum of Scotland FIVE people are taking legal action over a Legionnaires' disease outbreak which has left two people dead. The five, who are all understood...

 

U.S. official seeks industry support to protect Web

"Get your company involved. Work to get likeminded countries involved. What is at stake here is just that important," Assistant Secretary of Commerce Lawrence Strickling told the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's telecom committee on Friday....

 

Olympic Torch relay Newcastle: crowds watch Bear Grylls zipwire

WATCHED by thousands lining Newcastle Quayside, Bear Grylls zipwired over the Tyne to continue the Newcastle Olympic Torch relay. The TV action man held tightly to the Olympic Torch as the Olympic Torch relay Newcastle saw Bear Grylls zipwire from the...

 
ENGLAND FIGHT BACK FOR VITAL WIN

ENGLAND FIGHT BACK FOR VITAL WIN

England were the better side in the first half and deservedly led through Andy Carroll's header only to be stunned by two Olof Mellberg goals after the break. But substitute Theo Walcott levelled and then his cross was back-heeled home by Welbeck.

 
Jack Charlton carries Olympic Torch through Newcastle

Jack Charlton carries Olympic Torch through Newcastle

Jack Charlton beamed and waved at the cheering crowds shouting ``Haway Jackie" as he carried the Olympic Torch throigh Newcastle. The city centre came to a standstill as police closed roads to let the procession pass. There was a welcome break in...

 
RORY HOPING MISTAKE ISN'T PUNISHED

RORY HOPING MISTAKE ISN'T PUNISHED

The defending champion's shoulders sank when he missed a 15-foot birdie chance on the final green of his second round - and then he missed the tiddler coming back. The bogey four meant a three over par 73 to add to his opening 77 and at 10 over he was...

 
Cycle spectacular draws hundreds to city centre

Cycle spectacular draws hundreds to city centre

Competitors had previously thrashed it out on the streets of Kirkcaldy, Durham, Oxford, Redditch, Aberystwyth, Peterborough, Canary Wharf, Torquay, Colchester and Woking before arriving en masse for the finale in the city centre. Action on the Hanley...

 

Murdoch 'pushed Blair on Iraq move'

Jun 15 2012 Rupert Murdoch was part of an "over-crude" attempt to push Tony Blair into action in Iraq, Alastair Campbell has claimed. In the last volume of his diaries, Mr Blair's former spin doctor said the media mogul made a telephone...

 

England fans celebrate Euro win

Jun 15 2012 England football fans are celebrating after the national team won a thrilling Euro 2012 match against Sweden in Ukraine. Roy Hodgson's team triumphed 3-2 after a fantastic fightback from 2-1 down. Andy Carroll headed England in front in...

 
EURO 2012: SWEDEN 2 - ENGLAND 3: ROY'S BOYS PUT ONE FOOT IN EURO QUARTER-FINALS

EURO 2012: SWEDEN 2 - ENGLAND 3: ROY'S BOYS PUT ONE FOOT IN EURO QUARTER-FINALS

ENGLAND are within touching distance of the Euro 2012 quarterfinals thanks to a thrilling 3-2 win against Sweden in Kiev. Roy Hodgson's men led at half time thanks to an Andy Carroll header, but an Olof Mellberg double within 15 minutes of the...

Daily Star, 22:28 in Sport
 

Murdoch 'pushed Blair on Iraq move'

Mr Campbell's book, The Burden of Power, Countdown to Iraq, which is being serialised by The Guardian, suggests Mr Murdoch made moves to help US Republicans the week before the Commons vote in 2003 on deploying British troops to Iraq. On March 11...

 

EU leaders seek economic stability

Mr Barroso earlier said the euro currency and the "European project" are both irreversible. EU leaders would "stay the course" in the midst of the crisis, he insisted. A Downing Street spokeswoman said: "The EU's priorities...

 

England fans celebrate Euro win

England football fans are celebrating after the national team won a thrilling Euro 2012 match against Sweden in Ukraine. Roy Hodgson's team triumphed 3-2 after a fantastic fightback from 2-1 down. Andy Carroll headed England in front in their Euro...

 
MICHAEL OWEN TO JOIN STOKE DESPITE EVERTON INTEREST

MICHAEL OWEN TO JOIN STOKE DESPITE EVERTON INTEREST

Owen, who was released by Manchester United this summer after three years at Old Trafford, has been scarred by injury and is hoping that a move to Stoke will give him more play time. Despite playing just 10 times, it is understood that there is still...

 
ROY HODGSON GOES FOR AERIEL ASSAULT AS ANDY CARROLL IS TOLD TO BE A SWEDE BASHER

ROY HODGSON GOES FOR AERIEL ASSAULT AS ANDY CARROLL IS TOLD TO BE A SWEDE BASHER

The manager has hatched a bold plan, designed to bully the Swedes into submission, which would see Carroll and Welbeck starting for the first time, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain dropping to the bench. In another tactical change to the side who drew 1-1...

 


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