News archive from 16 June 2012, page 12

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...

 

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...

 
LEWIS HAMILTON'S NICOLE SCHERZINGER FOR X FACTOR

LEWIS HAMILTON'S NICOLE SCHERZINGER FOR X FACTOR

The singer has signed a reported £750,000 deal to join Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh and Tulisa Contostavlos on the talent show. Nicole, 33 and born in Hawaii, recently appeared in Men In Black 3 and is a former member of the Pussycat Dolls girl band. She...

 

Former TNS player Matty Berkeley joins Colwyn Bay FC

COLWYN BAY FC player-boss Jon Newby has completed his second new signing of the summer with 24-year-old former TNS striker Matty Berkeley joining the Seagulls, writes Tim Channon. The Manchester-based player, who has won two international caps for St...

Daily Post, 00:14 in Sport
 
MOESHA STAR YVETTE WILSON DIES

MOESHA STAR YVETTE WILSON DIES

The 48 year old, who played Andell Wilkerson in the U.S. sitcom, lost her battle with cervical cancer on Thursday (14Jun12), according to reports. Jackson had earlier this week (11Jun12) asked Twitter.com followers to pray for her pal, writing,...

 
Alf Young: Are we converging on devo max?

Alf Young: Are we converging on devo max?

IS THE gap between independence and fully-devolved fiscal autonomy within the UK shrinking, asks Alf Young Could it be that all those voices from civic and business Scotland calling for a third choice in the 2014 referendum may have their way, after...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

Wales rugby league youngsters will get chance to shine against France

WALES step up their preparations for the 2013 World Cup today when they take on France in Wrexham in their first mid-season international since 2001. The Welsh are without their Australia-based internationals and have been hit by injury as well as the...

Daily Post, 00:14 in Sport
 

Get set for ‘chaotic’ Greek exit from euro and more bailouts – Gordon Brown

THE prospect of a "chaotic" Greek eurozone exit is becoming more likely, regardless of the outcome of crucial elections in the country tomorrow, Gordon Brown claimed last night. The former prime minister said the single currency was reaching...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

McIlroy preparing for early exit

Defending champion Rory McIlroy and world number one Luke Donald packed their bags and prepared to say goodbye to the US Open in San Francisco on Friday. The defending champion's shoulders sank when he missed a 15-foot birdie chance on the final green...

Daily Post, 00:14 in Sport
 

Meals blogger, 9, thanks supporters

A nine-year-old blogger has said a "big thank you" to her supporters after a council lifted a ban barring her from taking photos of her school dinners. Martha Payne was told she could no longer take the photos to illustrate her NeverSeconds...

 
Interview: Neil Forsyth, author of new book San Carlos

Interview: Neil Forsyth, author of new book San Carlos

FROM a TV version of his Bob Servant books to a thriller set in Ibiza, Neil Forsyth is firing on all fronts. Interview by Aidan Smith Neil Forsyth has led me to a quiet corner of the Groucho Club and we’ve just plonked ourselves on some sofas when his...

 
Book review: In Another World: Among Europe’s Dying Villages by Tom Pow

Book review: In Another World: Among Europe’s Dying Villages by Tom Pow

MOST travels to dying places begin in the traveller's imagination. Something stirs, attracts or impels, be it nostalgia, curiosity, fascination. Tom Pow’s intense collection of stories, poems and essays began ostensibly with a stirring – not...

 

Book review: The Spirit of Venice by Paul Strathern

IT hardly matters that Venice has long been transformed into a floating museum, sagging under the weight of its own commodification. To anyone who has ever gone there it remains, as Jeanette Winterson once put it, flamboyant, mercurial and mysterious....

 

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...

 
Book review: The Card by Graham Rawle

Book review: The Card by Graham Rawle

Literature loves an unreliable - possibly unhinged - narrator, and a splendid new specimen enters the ranks this month with the arrival of The Card's Riley Richardson (ne Pincus). He joins a colourful gang that includes the exceedingly ladylike Norma...

 


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