News archive from 30 August 2014, page 6

Off-duty beauty! Alessandra Ambrosio does casual style with poise as she displays her supermodel pins in...

On Thursday night, she owned the red carpet in a show-stopping Alberta Ferretti gown. But Alessandra Ambrosio still managed to rock a low key look like no other the next day, as she donned a baseball cap and loose-fitting vest to exit the Venice Film...

 

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a virus that can infect and damage the liver. You can become infected with hepatitis C if you come into contact with the blood of an infected person. In most cases, hepatitis C causes no noticeable symptoms until the liver has been...

 
Labour leader Ed Miliband speaks out on Rotherham abuse scandal

Labour leader Ed Miliband speaks out on Rotherham abuse scandal

Doncaster North MP Ed Miliband is calling for the people in "positions of responsibilty' while 1,400 children were abused in Rotherham to be held to account. The explosive report, which revealed Rotherham Council’s failure to tackle at least...

 
Isle bobbies are set to get back on their bikes

Isle bobbies are set to get back on their bikes

The newest member of the Epworth-based neighbourhood policing team is bringing the world of community policing back to the Isle. Think bobbies on bikes and pounding the street, that’s the vision for PC Mark Raper. Mark, 53, has joined the central...

 
South Normanton and Pinxton residents to have say on policing

South Normanton and Pinxton residents to have say on policing

Residents in the South Normanton and Pinxton area can have a say on policing priorities. The South Normanton and Pinxton Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team is holding a meeting at Pinxton Village Hall, Kirkstead Road, on Tuesday, September 9 at 5pm. It...

 
British Police On Alert For Nato Summit Demos

British Police On Alert For Nato Summit Demos

Anti-war protestors are set to demonstrate in Newport, as South Wales prepares to host the Nato summit. A march is due to begin at around 1pm and is expected to be peaceful, but police are expecting more demonstrations this week. They include one on...

 
RUGBY PREVIEW: Hartlepool BBOB v Hartlepool Rovers

RUGBY PREVIEW: Hartlepool BBOB v Hartlepool Rovers

HARTLEPOOL Rovers will not take Boys Brigade Old lightly when the clubs meet for the first time at senior level. BBOB have home advantage at the Old Friarage – the original and historic Headland ground of Rovers before their move to West View Road...

 
RUGBY PREVIEW: West Hartlepool v Blaydon

RUGBY PREVIEW: West Hartlepool v Blaydon

WEST Hartlepool are looking for an action replay of one of last season's stand-out results when they launch the new rugby programme. West tomorrow play host to Blaydon in the opening round of the Durham Senior Cup at Brinkburn (kick-off 3pm). Iain...

 
Sunderland must land transfer targets, says Poyet

Sunderland must land transfer targets, says Poyet

SUNDERLAND cannot afford to miss out on their remaining transfer targets before Monday's deadline, insists Gus Poyet. The Black Cats are still hoping to make two or three further additions before the transfer window shuts, with a left-sided forward...

 
Lib Dems Promise Six Weeks' Paternity Leave

Lib Dems Promise Six Weeks' Paternity Leave

The Liberal Democrats will promise fathers an extra four weeks' paternity leave under new manifesto plans due to be announced. The policy would extend the total parental leave to 58 weeks by extending fathers' current entitlement of two weeks to six....

 

El Salvador gangs agree not to attack police and military

But in the first eight months of 2014, homicides reached 2,054, an average of 11 per day, well above the five to eight murders per day registered last year. "We are all victims of the situation of violence that afflicts the country, and we can't...

 

ECB ready to adjust monetary policy, Coeure says in Greek paper

"The ECB will provide additional liquidity to banks on the condition that they increase credit directed to the real economy, and it is ready to further adjust the direction of its monetary policy, if needed," Coeure said in his commentary,...

Reuters, 03:55 in Business
 
What time is The X Factor on ITV tonight?

What time is The X Factor on ITV tonight?

THE X Factor returns with a new series starting on ITV tonight (Saturday, August 30). The singing contest starts with the first round of closed-room auditions, with aspiring performers out to impress the panel of judges. Show supremo Simon Cowell is...

 

Dozens of court cafes could close

Dozens of cafes at crown courts in England and Wales could be set to close. A contract for running 67 canteens - by Compass Group-owned Eurest - expires this weekend. HM Courts & Tribunals officials are still in negotiations with other firms but...

 

Lost Charlie chapter is revealed

A chapter of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory which was cut from the final version has been published for the first time. The lost fifth chapter, which describes an extra room in the factory called the Vanilla Fudge Room, has been published in the...

 


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