News archive from 16 November 2013, page 5

I miss R's input and insights as my fellow parent

I miss R's input and insights as my fellow parent

I'm trying to stop myself from overcooking problems by sharing them at Al-Anon’ This is my third attempt to write this column. I'm finding it tough because it's about my children and, more pertinently, are they all right? It's been a rocky, tumultuous...

Guardian, 07:36 in Health
 

Berry nice! Lea Michele looks gorgeous in a miniskirt and pop socks while in character as Rachel on set of...

Her character Rachel Berry is known for her quirky outfits and Lea Michele pulled off yet another on Friday while filming Glee. The actress looked stunning as she strolled across the Los Angeles set, brightening up an otherwise dreary day. Lea looked...

 

She wore blue velvet: Princess Charlene of Monaco stuns in a breathtaking sapphire gown as she attends her...

It is a colour often associated with royalty and a hue the late Princess Diana famously favoured. And just like Diana, Princess Charlene Of Monaco looked simply stunning in sapphire as she attended a charity gala on Friday. The South African born...

 

McBusted perform for the first time on BBC Children In Need with an extra special mash-up of their top hits

It was the moment every noughties girl had been waiting for, and McBusted certainly didn't disappoint. Performing for the first time as a super group on Friday night, Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter, Danny Jones and Harry Jones of McFly joined James...

 
Shop staff threatened with gun in Warwick

Shop staff threatened with gun in Warwick

Buy photos » STAFF at a shop in Warwick were threatened with a gun and told to hand over money. But when then said they were calling the police, the man - in his late twenties or early thirties - ran off. Nothing was stolen and no-one was injured....

 
Street lighting fears mount as council cuts loom

Street lighting fears mount as council cuts loom

Buy photos » CONCERN is mounting cash-strapped Warwickshire County Council could extend the switch off of the county's street lights. Currently around 80 per cent of Warwickshire's lights are switched off between midnight and 5.30am, Sunday to...

 
Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday

Buy photos » 46.013.0017.leam.nc9 HUNDREDS gathered in Leamington for the annual Remembrance Sunday service to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice. In bright Autumn sunshine, mirroring last year, a procession down the Parade was...

 
Community group hoping to move back home

Community group hoping to move back home

Buy photos » Volunteers are pushing to purchase the derelict old Bath Place building and restore it to former glories. Picture by Jon Mullis 13.013.020.leam.jm1 A COMMUNITY group described as being part of the “DNA of Leamington” is pushing to...

 
Q&A: Nick Robinson

Q&A: Nick Robinson

Nick Robinson: 'Who would play me in the film of my life? Harry Hill.' Photograph: Geraint Lewis/Writer Pictures Nick Robinson, 50, grew up in Macclesfield. As a teenager, he survived a car accident in which two friends were killed. He is the only...

Guardian, 08:06 in Showbiz
 
MP and armed forces charity hit out at 'moron' vandals who desecrated Burton war memorial

MP and armed forces charity hit out at 'moron' vandals who desecrated Burton war memorial

4 Images VANDALS who desecrated Burton's war memorial less than a week after its remembrance ceremony have been labelled as "mindless and despicable'. Members of Burton Royal British Legion and town MP Andrew Griffiths hit out after poppy wreaths...

 
Patchy aid reaches typhoon survivors as Philippines struggles to rebuild

Patchy aid reaches typhoon survivors as Philippines struggles to rebuild

But the aid effort was still patchy, and bodies still lay uncollected as rescuers tried to evacuate stricken communities on Saturday, more than a week after Typhoon Haiyan killed at least 3,633 with tree-snapping winds and tsunami-like waves. "We...

 

Legend Tendulkar ends glittering 24-year career with emotional farewell to India fans

Sachin Tendulkar backed his Indian team-mates to continue his legacy after he exited the Test arena with a victory in his 200th match. The 40-year-old brought the curtain down on a 24-year career which has seen him play more Tests and score more runs...

Daily Mail, 08:19 in Sport
 
EU, U.S. say trade deal won't pander to big business

EU, U.S. say trade deal won't pander to big business

Consumer and green groups say a deal encompassing half the world's economic output threatens the standards governing products from medical devices to toys, because companies are pressing for lower costs and fewer barriers to trade. "We are not in...

Reuters, 08:34 in Business
 
Alec Baldwin: 'I was staring off a cliff'

Alec Baldwin: 'I was staring off a cliff'

Alec Baldwin. Photograph: Steve Schofield for the Guardian. Click on image for full portrait Late one evening, Alec Baldwin enters a private dining room at a Japanese restaurant in downtown Manhattan. He is broad, with meaty forearms and a squarish...

Guardian, 09:08 in Showbiz
 

Indian navy gets Russian carrier as it seeks to bolster military

But while India remains Russia's biggest buyer, it has started to look to new military suppliers and aims to build more hardware itself. It has recently rolled out new military purchase rules to lure local private companies into the sector. The...

 


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