News archive from 22 March 2012, page 19

Law firm makes donations to two local charities

CITY charities Amy's House and Sheffield Young Carers have each received a £10,250 donation from fundraisers at a law firm. The Irwin Mitchell Charities Foundation named the two organisations as its Sheffield office charities of the year, and held a...

 
WILDE RETURNING FOR HOUSE FINALE

WILDE RETURNING FOR HOUSE FINALE

Actress OLIVIA WILDE is set to reprise her role in HOUSE for the show's upcoming final episode. The Tron: Legacy star joined the cast of Hugh Laurie's medical drama in 2007 but left last year (11) after appearing in 80 episodes, to concentrate on her...

 

Good response to Crimewatch rape appeal

AN APPEAL on last night's Crimewatch show for information about a rape in Whitley Bay has received a good response. The rape took place at 3.45am on Sunday, October 16, in the rear lane of Esplanade Place, behind Zync Bar and a reconstruction was...

 
ARQUETTE TOO HEARTBROKEN TO DATE

ARQUETTE TOO HEARTBROKEN TO DATE

Newly-single actor DAVID ARQUETTE has dismissed gossip suggesting he has thrown himself back onto the dating scene following his split from girlfriend CHRISTINE MCLARTY, insisting it's "too soon". The Scream star began dating TV reporter...

 
Reporters for the day

Reporters for the day

STUDENTS at The Kimberley School pretended to be journalists for the day as part of an annual BBC School Report initiative. Year eight pupils looked at international, national and local news doing everything from interviewing people in Kimberley about...

 

'Strings' on Tube Olympic pay offer

Union leaders have accused London Underground (LU) of attempting to impose new "strings" over an Olympic pay deal for Tube staff after talks collapsed. The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said its executive will decide the next move...

 
Horses on the loose

Horses on the loose

MOTORISTS faced traffic chaos when nine horses escaped from a field and onto the road. Moor Park Avenue in Bispham had to be closed shortly after 7am yesterday after astonished drivers reported seeing the animals crossing the road. Police closed the...

 

'Strings' on Tube Olympic pay offer

Union leaders have accused London Underground (LU) of attempting to impose new "strings" over an Olympic pay deal for Tube staff after talks collapsed. The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said its executive will decide the next move...

 
Gareth Gates: Pop Idol star on the run for Sport Relief INTERVIEW

Gareth Gates: Pop Idol star on the run for Sport Relief INTERVIEW

Singing superstar Gareth Gates is no stranger to overcoming challenges. The former Pop Idol runner-up has spent years building-up his confidence after struggling with his speech. But now he is set to lace-up his running shoes and take on an entirely...

 

Talks on Olympics bonus break down

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Changes to bin collections

THOUSANDS of homes will soon see their waste and recycling collections change. Durham County Council is introducing alternate weekly collections, which will see recycling collected one week and waste the next, as part of a scheme to save between...

 

'Strings' on Tube Olympic pay offer

Union leaders have accused London Underground (LU) of attempting to impose new "strings" over an Olympic pay deal for Tube staff after talks collapsed. The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said its executive will decide the next move...

 
JAPAN BUOYED BY FRESH TRADE SURPLUS

JAPAN BUOYED BY FRESH TRADE SURPLUS

Japan has posted its first trade surplus in five months in February on a recovery in car and electronics exports to the United States. The Ministry of Finance said that globally, Japan's exports declined 2.7% from a year earlier to 5.44 trillion yen...

 
REPUBLICANS GETTING BEHIND ROMNEY

REPUBLICANS GETTING BEHIND ROMNEY

The Republican establishment is increasingly lining up behind Mitt Romney in the race to choose a candidate to challenge President Barack Obama, finally giving clarity to a long and grinding nominating contest that has exposed deep divisions within...

 

Talks on Olympics bonus break down

Talks between London Underground and the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union over an £850 bonus being offered to Tube workers during the Olympics have broken down. London Underground (LU) said RMT bosses had demanded payments to all staff...

 


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