News archive from 27 September 2012
Nuri Sahin's well-taken double put Liverpool into the fourth round of the Capital One Cup as they won a close-fought game over West Brom.The loanee scored his first to cancel out Gabriel Tamas' opener before he added a second to sink the Baggies 2-1....
For Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM, midsize companies refer to those with less than 1,000 employees, the newspaper said. The company's general manager in charge of small and medium-sized businesses, Andy Monshaw, told the Journal that the cheaper cost of...
Rafallah al-Sahati is one of the three most powerful armed groups in eastern Libya, operating with the permission of the central government while the mainstream security forces remain weak a year after the civil war that toppled Muammar Gaddafi. The...
The boss of Lancashire's newest luxury spa has said it can become "a beacon" for the county's tourist trade. Simon Glassbrook, director of Stanley House hotel in Mellor, near Preston, said its new facility would attract thousands of extra...
ROYAL Bank of Scotland was the biggest faller in London's top flight on Wednesday as financial stocks were punished for declining confidence in European austerity measures. Shares in the bank, hit by negative broker comment this week despite promising...
Sportsmail brings you the ties from the Capital One Cup fourth-round draw. Fixtures will be played in the week commencing October 29, 2012. Fourth-round drawSunderland v Middlesbrough Swindon Town v Aston Villa Wigan Athletic v Bradford City Leeds...
Comedian and television presenter Justin Lee Collins made his girlfriend recount every sexual experience she ever had for a notebook he kept as part of a campaign of domestic abuse, a court has heard. The 38-year-old also made Anna Larke sleep facing...
Spurs took the lead in the 37th minute when Vertonghen headed in Sigurdsson's set-piece delivery, the Belgian registering his first goal for the club. Townsend then doubled the advantage with a decent solo effort eight minutes after the restart before...
Arsenal eased into the fourth round of the Capital One Cup after thrashing Coventry 6-1. The home side made a slow start to the game but took the lead six minutes before half-time as summer signing Olivier Giroud scored his first goal for the club....
The home side made a slow start to the game but took the lead six minutes before half-time as summer signing Olivier Giroud scored his first goal for the club. The former Montpellier striker endured a mixed evening as he missed a second-half penalty...
* S&P up 5.2 pct so far for 3rd quarter * Dow off 0.3 pct, S&P 500 off 0.6 pct, Nasdaq down 0.8 pct By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The S&P 500 fell for a fifth straight trading day on Wednesday as protests in Spain...
Guardian News As the nights begin to draw in the county's household waste recycle centres will start to reduce their opening hours. From 1st to 31st October they will close at 6pm instead of 8pm, and from 1st November they will close at 4pm as the...
Quality of care for patients could suffer as the NHS struggles to make £20 billion in efficiency savings, health experts have warned. Two-fifths of NHS finance directors expect patient care to worsen over the coming years, according to a survey....
Capital One Cup fourth round draw: Sunderland v Middlesbrough Swindon v Aston Villa Wigan v Bradford
Nuri Sahin scored his first two goals for Liverpool FC as Brendan Rodgers' young side began their defence of the Capital One Cup by coming from behind to beat West Brom. Albion went ahead through Gabriel Tamas but on loan Real Madrid midfielder Sahin...
- 23:26 Custody for 'Columbine' plot schoolboys
- 23:26 Novichok victim Charlie Rowley leaves hospital
- 23:26 Khalid Ali: Westminster plot bomb-maker jailed for life
- 23:26 UK weather: Driest start to summer on modern record
- 23:26 Michel Barnier questions Theresa May's Brexit White Paper
- 23:25 Mortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossession
- 23:25 Six ways China could retaliate in a trade war
- 23:25 Smart meters to cut energy bills by just £11, say MPs
- 06:47 Dol-y-Moch: Re-living childhood days at the 'slimy lake'
- 06:47 Gareth Shaw: If you’re not claiming marriage allowance, why not?
- 06:47 Susan Dalgety: Embrace legacy of Otis and Elvis in the name of freedom
- 06:47 Child-friendly gigs praised by parents
- 06:47 Brian Wilson: There’s a sinister side to Sturgeon’s new Catalan friend
- 06:47 Rare 50p coin sells for staggering £840 on eBay
- 06:47 Stephen Jardine: I was wrong about the future of restaurants
- 06:47 Watch: Moment police raid Nuneaton home and find thousands of...
- 06:47 Thatcher ‘Eurosceptic’ speech was never meant to be anti-EU,...
- 06:47 Foreign Secretary calls on Nato members to increase defence spending
- 06:47 MPs visit farm to highlight ‘crisis’ of berry picker shortage
- 06:47 Brian Wilson: The weakness of May and Corbyn has been exposed
- 06:47 John McLellan: The blood on the Brexit carpet can’t be ignored
- 06:47 Johnny Vegas reveals dramatic weight loss after split from wife
- 06:47 Jane Bradley: The sad end of this sporting life
- 06:47 Leader comment: Girl Guide badges to include actual Moon-walking?
- 06:47 This is when all the new Cathedral Lanes restaurants are opening
- 06:47 Girlguides ditch home making for mixology in culture change
- 06:47 Long-term CJD survivor at centre of legal protection battle
- 06:47 Person injured 'by falling object' near Coventry city centre - recap
- 06:47 Now That’s What I Call Music! hits 100th edition
- 06:47 Watch: Rare 200mph supercar cruises along M40