News archive from 18 September 2013, page 16

PM David Cameron forgives Manu Tuilagi for 'bunny ears' prank

PM David Cameron forgives Manu Tuilagi for 'bunny ears' prank

Tuilagi is writing a personal letter of apology to the Mr Cameron for the incident, but the Prime Minister has tweeted to say there is no reason to be sorry. "No need to apologise. I know it was just a bit of fun," Cameron said. BOOK YOUR...

 

'He gets a little jealous!': Kourtney Kardashian admits Mason is unimpressed with the amount of attention...

It is fair to say that the Kardashians are a family who thrive on attention. So it is understandable that there were rumblings of jealousy amongst the younger clan, when Kim's baby North West arrived on the scene. Sister Kourtney has revealed how her...

 
Jack's charity efforts immortalised in Lego

Jack's charity efforts immortalised in Lego

Jack was immortalised in lego after he raised thousands of pounds for charity in memory of his mother, Stephanie, who died from cancer when he was just four. He organised a Run to Remember race for 300 people at his school, Wainfleet Magdalen School,...

 

Giving the cold shoulder: Cate Blanchett shows some skin in unusual black gown at London première of Blue...

57 View comments When it comes to premieres, many actresses showed off some cleavage or back in their plunging gowns. However, Cate Blanchett decided to strike out of the red carpet cliches as she showed of some major shoulder at her latest...

 
Rotary's life-changing help in South Africa

Rotary's life-changing help in South Africa

Chris Suich, who lives in Louth, is a Grimsby Havelok Rotarian and Rotary International officer for the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire district. She said: "Previously most of the recipients had been carried by family members or crawled along the...

 
Fears for safety of mum who gave birth unaided

Fears for safety of mum who gave birth unaided

It is believed that senior midwives at Leicester Royal Infirmary received a tip-off about the birth over the weekend. Louise Payne, senior midwife at the infirmary, said: "Following information that we have been given, we believe that a woman has...

 
Hundreds bid for15 jobs at Tesco Express

Hundreds bid for15 jobs at Tesco Express

Tesco has converted the building which used to be the King William IV pub. The application included the demolition of chimneys at the 1930s building and the erection of new boundary walls. BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY NOW 3 COURSE AND MINCE PIES £24.95....

 
Walkway work gets green light with funds

Walkway work gets green light with funds

The project is now able to be completed after East Lindsey District Council successfully applied for a compulsory purchase order for the west end area of the land. Now that has been successful, it has helped secure £63,600 of funding from the Heritage...

 

Arsenal target Juan Mata could be headed to Juventus or Napoli

TWO Italian clubs are hot on the heels of Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata, according to the Daily Star. The paper says that Juventus and Napoli are targeting a January move for the Spanish international whose future at the Bridge has been the source of...

The Week, 07:58 in Sport
 
Bloom award bid falls just one point short of silver

Bloom award bid falls just one point short of silver

This year it scored 149 - just one point short of the 150 needed for a silver gilt award. Volunteer gardeners, Boston Greenscapers, improved their standing in the It's Your Neighbourhood category - going up from a level three to a level four. The top...

 

Nominations for MTV European awards

Justin Timberlake and rap duo Macklemore And Ryan Lewis headed the nominations as the shortlist for the MTV European Music Awards were announced. Both acts are up for five awards at the event which is being staged in Amsterdam in November. Lady Gaga,...

 
Chinese house prices continue to rise in August

Chinese house prices continue to rise in August

China property prices continued to rise in August, despite government efforts to cool the market. Prices for new homes rose in 69 of 70 major cities. It is the fourth month in a row prices have risen in all but one of China's biggest cities. China has...

BBC, 07:59 in Business
 
School's Build a Plane project gets off ground

School's Build a Plane project gets off ground

The semi-acrobatic plane, which will take a year to build, will be used for flying lessons for students and others at the plane's eventual home at Breighton Airfield. Every student who works on the Spirit of Goole project will get the chance of a...

 

Sharp says to raise up to $1.49 billion via public offer, placement

The Osaka-based company, which supplies display panels to Apple Inc (AAPL.O), received a $4.6 billion rescue from banks last year and has since received investments from Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) and Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O). (Reporting by...

Reuters, 08:00 in Business
 
David Tennant returns to RSC in Stratford

David Tennant returns to RSC in Stratford

Buy photos » DAVID Tennant returns to the RSC stage in Stratford later this year. The former Dr Who star will play Richard II in Greg Doran's production as part of the RSC's winter season. It will be his first appearance at the new-look RST and marks...

 


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