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Articles from August 16, 2011

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A Genuine Hero That Britain Can Be Proud Of
Byline: Ian Drury Defence Correspondent BY the age of 24, Daniel Clack had achieved more than most people do in a lifetime. Engaged to be married to his university sweetheart, the graduate was a serving officer in the British Army. Despite his...
A Genuine Hero That Britain Can Be Proud of; Tributes to Young Officer Killed by a Taliban Bomb
Byline: Ian Drury Defence Correspondent BY the age of 24, Daniel Clack had achieved more than most people do in a lifetime. Engaged to be married to his university sweetheart, the graduate was a serving officer in the British Army. Despite his...
A Guinness Family Love Triangle
Byline: Richard Kay, Edited by HELEN MINSKY LITERARY giant J. P. Donleavy's sagas of the louche and dissolute have earned him worldwide acclaim. But there is, I discover, a heart-breaking untold story concerning his own colourful life that would...
Aintree Must Cut Speed before the Killer First Fence
Byline: INSIGHT PETER SCUDAMORE Ex-Champion jockey, rode National 13 times AINTREE have missed a trick by not making a significant change to the start of the Grand National. Analysis may show that the early pace in this year's running, when two...
Aintree Must Cut Speed before the Killer First Fence; INSIGHT
Byline: PETER SCUDAMORE Ex-Champion jockey, rode National 13 times AINTREE have missed a trick by not making a significant change to the start of the Grand National. Analysis may show that the early pace in this year's running, when two horses were...
A Little White Lie Made for a Win-Win Situation; PETERBOROUGH
THE NEWS that Colin and Christine Weir, the couple who won [pounds sterling]161 million on the Euro Lottery, have gone into hiding should come as no surprise. Begging letters have already started to arrive at their home in Scotland and will probably...
An Chuirt Duiche The
AN CHUIRT DUICHE THE DISTRICT COURT. DISTRICT COURT AREA OF CASTLEBAR DISTRICT NO.3. IN THEMATTER OF THE LICENSING ACTS 1833 TO 2008 AND IN THE MATTER OF THE LICENSING ACT (IRELAND) 1874, AS AMENDED BY SUBSTITUTION INTHE FIRST SCHEDULE TO THE COURTS...
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AN CHUIRT DUICHE THE DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT COURT AREA OF ENNIS DISTRICT NO. 12. IN THE MATTEROFTHEPUBLIC DANCE HALLS ACT 1935 SECTIONS 2, 3. IN THE MATTER OF THE COURTS SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS ACT 1961 AND IN THE MATTER OF THE DISTRICT COURT RULES...
An Chuirt Duiche the District Court Portlaoise [.]
AN CHUIRT DUICHE THE DISTRICT COURT PORTLAOISE DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT NO. 15. IN THE MATTER OF THE PUBLIC DANCE HALLS ACT 1935 SECTIONS 2, 3. IN THE MATTER OF THE COURTS SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS ACT 1961 AND IN THE MATTER OFTHEDISTRICTCOURT RULES 1997...
And Now Here Is the Shopping Forecast
Byline: Tamara Cohen Science Reporter EVER wondered how your supermarket manages to have just the right number of burgers available when it's barbecue weather and warming soups when it's chilly? The answer lies in sensitive forecasting techniques...
A NEW KIND OF GALAXY; Keane Taking Major Gamble with Move to Inferior League
Byline: PHILIP QUINN IT MAKES sense for Rory McIlroy, a high-profile Irish sportsman, to move lock, stock and two smoking drivers to the United States. Three of the four Majors are played there; next year's Ryder Cup too, and the PGA Tour is a well-run...
An Insect Gave Me a Killer Fever; as Several Third World Diseases Spreads to 'Safe' Tourist Spots
Byline: BEN WEST WHEN Bee Rowlatt packed her bags for a Caribbean holiday last January, she expected to suffer mosquito bites. But she could hardly have imagined those bites would leave her with dengue fever -- a viral illness that kills thousands...
Are Brendan's Boys Simply a Passing Fancy?
Byline: by IAN LADYMAN Northern Football Correspondent MIDWAY through the second half last night, Swansea midfielder Kemy Agustien lofted a rather hopeful ball towards the Manchester City penalty area. It was just about the only time the team from...
Asda Joins Race to Buy Up Frozen Food Chain's Stores
Byline: Rupert Steiner ASDA is the latest grocer to check out frozen food retailer Iceland as it seeks to accelerate its growth in smaller stores. Britain's second-largest supermarket chain yesterday said it is interested in acquiring part of...
As I Said to Tony, the Queen's Such a Name-Dropper
Byline: Craig Brown LOOKING on the Olympic website, I can find Beach Volley-ball and Synchronised Swimming and Trampolining but no reference whatsoever to Name-dropping. This is a shame, because, time and again, the United Kingdom has proved itself...
A Tiny Brolly in My Heart Protects Me from Stroke -- and Cured My Migraines Too; ME AND MY OPERATION; REPAIR OF HOLE IN THE HEART
Byline: ANGELA BROOKS AROUND 25 per cent of us have a hole in our hearts, but don't know it. The risk is that it can cause a stroke. Rachel Collier, 41, a school teacher and mother of four from Dulwich, South London, had her heart hole patched up,...
Backroom Heroes
CRICKET THEY are the team behind the team, the coaches who have supported Andy Flower in helping England become the world's best Test side. But who are the men who have provided arguably the best and most specialised preparation to any team in Test...
BACKROOM HEROES; Meet the Team That Helped Put England on Top of the World
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN CRICKET THEY are the team behind the team, the coaches who have supported Andy Flower in helping England become the world's best Test side. But who are the men who have provided arguably the best and most specialised preparation...
Banned, Club Boss Who Said Drink Was Spiked
Byline: James Tozer A SCOTS football manager was caught drink-driving after sharing a bottle of wine with Sir Alex Ferguson to congratulate the Manchester United boss on winning the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean was stopped...
Barca Finally Get Fabregas in [Pounds Sterling]35m Deal
Byline: MATT BARLOW ARSENE WENGER last night insisted Barcelona had landed Cesc Fabregas on the cheap, a claim supported by the fact a 200million euro ([pounds sterling]176,000,000) buyout clause has been inserted into his Nou Camp contract. Arsenal's...
Barca Got Cesc on the Cheap, Admits Wenger; FA TO WARN BARTON OVER TWITTER
Byline: MATT BARLOW and LAURA WILLIAMSON ARSENE WENGER last night insisted Barcelona had landed Cesc Fabregas (right) on the cheap, a claim supported by the fact a 6200million buy-out clause has been inserted into his Nou Camp contract. Arsenal's...
Barclay Is Ready for Lift-Off; Scotland Ace Determined His Italian Job Will Work out and Earn Him a Place in Robinson's Squad for New Zealand
Byline: by ROB ROBERTSON EVEN when he was playing the gambling tables in Las Vegas, the Rugby World Cup was never far from John Barclay's mind. Between trying his luck at poker and indulging in a throw at the roulette wheel, the Scotland star...
BECKS APPEAL; Chat with David Sparked Keane's 'Dream' Move; 'DREAM' MOVE TO MLS CONFIRMED
Byline: GARETH MAHER ROBBIE KEANE last night revealed how David Beckham convinced him to swap the Premier League for the MLS after the Republic of Ireland captain completed his [pounds sterling]3.5million move to LA Galaxy. Keane, who is not...
Being Fat 'Less Harmful Than Yo-Yo Dieting'
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Correspondent IT is the perfect excuse to push aside that salad and pat yourself on the slightly rounded tummy. Scientists have shown it may be better to stay fat than go on diet after diet. A study of thousands...
Benefit Cheats Finally Lose out in [Euro]1m-a-Week Welfare Stings
Byline: Ferghal Blaney WELFARE claimaints who cheat the taxpayer are themselves being hit for more than [euro]1million a week. A series of investigations has targeted black economy fraudsters, saving our Exchequer more than [euro]37million so...
Berwick's War with Russia Threatens to Topple the Big Top
Byline: Gavin Madeley THEY have dazzled audiences around the globe with their fearless displays on the high wire. Yet it seems there is still one feat which causes the collective courage of the mighty Moscow State Circus to fail. The troupe of...
Blue Sky Thinking Put Dublin on Top
Byline: Micheal Clifford IN departing the Championship on Sunday, the Dublin hurlers lost nothing more than a game. For Anthony Daly and his players that is more than enough for now, but in time the heartache of losing to Tipperary will ease and...
Boys Fancied Mum, Not Me, Says Amanda Redman's Daughter
Byline: Liz Thomas BEING the child of acclaimed actors can't have hurt Emily Glenister's own career on stage and screen. But the daughter of Amanda Redman and Robert Glenister says having such parents hasn't always helped with her love life....
Boys Survived Two-Car Smash 'By a Miracle'
Byline: Conor Kane IT WAS a miracle that a crash between two cars travelling at up to 180kph did not claim more lives, an inquest heard yesterday. Raymond Cunningham, 24, died after the collision between two Audis, but the other driver, Joe O'Leary,...
Brave Swans Are Kun Done
Byline: MARTIN SAMUEL Manchester City 4 Swansea 0 THE game looked to be won by the time he came on, but no matter. The difference in Manchester City that followed the introduction of Sergio Aguero is the reason Carlos Tevez truly has outstayed his...
Britain's Future (and His Own) Rests on Mr Cameron Dismantling the Pernicious Human Rights Act
Byline: by Stephen Glover DAVID Cameron has had a good week. He has supported -- some would say initiated -- robust action against the rioters, and struck a note of calm and measured defiance. Yesterday, he offered a more detailed analysis of...
Butch 'Did Not Die in Shootout'
Byline: From Daniel Bates In New York IT is one of the most enduring stories to emerge from the American Wild West. But the death of Butch Cassidy may not be quite as dramatic as we have been told. A lost manuscript claims that the outlaw...
Butch 'Did Not Die in Shootout'; Outlaw Had Face Surgery in France, Expert Says
Byline: From Daniel Bates In New York It is one of the most enduring stories to emerge from the American Wild West. But the death of Butch Cassidy may not be quite as dramatic as we have been told. A lost manuscript claims that the outlaw...
Buyer Needed to Save 1,000 Jobs
Byline: Leah McDonald THE 1,000 staff at MBNA's Irish division are desperate for a buyer to step in and save their jobs after the credit card giant's U.S. owner yesterday announced it is pulling out of the country. Bank of America is closing...
Buyer Needed to Save 1,000 Jobs; U.S. Credit Card Giant Pulls out of Irish Market
Byline: Leah McDonald THE 1,000 staff at MBNA's Irish division are desperate for a buyer to step in and save their jobs after the credit card giant's U.S. owner yesterday announced it is pulling out of the country. Bank of America is closing...
Cameron's Crusade; British Leader Backs National Service in New Family Agenda
Byline: Tim Shipman and Kirsty Walker DAVID Cameron announced a crackdown on 120,000 feckless families yesterday in a campaign to combat the 'moral collapse' which led to the riots. Declaring 'all-out war' on gangs, the British prime minister...
Cameron War on Feckless Families
Byline: Tim Shipman , Kirsty Walker DAVID Cameron announced a crackdown on 120,000 feckless families yesterday in a campaign to combat the 'moral collapse' which led to the riots. Declaring 'all-out war' on gangs, the Prime Minister vowed to...
Cameron War on Feckless Families; PM Attacks the Human Rights Laws and Backs National Service
Byline: Tim Shipman and Kirsty Walker DAVID Cameron announced a crackdown on 120,000 feckless families yesterday in a campaign to combat the 'moral collapse' which led to the riots. Declaring 'all-out war' on gangs, the Prime Minister vowed to...
Cameron War on Feckless Families; PM Attacks the Human Rights Laws and Backs National Service
Byline: Tim Shipman and Kirsty Walker DAVID CAMERON announced a crackdown on 120,000 feckless families yesterday in a campaign to combat the 'moral collapse' which led to the riots. Declaring 'all-out war' on gangs, the Prime Minister vowed to...
Cameron War on Feckless Families; PM Attacks the Human Rights Laws and Backs National Service
Byline: Tim Shipman and Kirsty Walker DAVID Cameron announced a crackdown on 120,000 feckless families yesterday in a campaign to combat the 'moral collapse' which led to the riots. Declaring 'all-out war' on gangs, the Prime Minister vowed to...
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Capello in Rage over Theo Book
Byline: by MATT LAWTON Chief Football Correspondent THEO WALCOTT has jeopardised his England place by criticising Fabio Capello in a new book. The England manager is distinctly unimpressed with the 22-year-old Arsenal winger for trying to blame...
Chef Who Boiled over; Kitchen Worker Attacked after Top Critic Joked Meal Was 'Disgusting'
Byline: Luke Salkeld IT was just one word spoken in jest by food critic AA Gill to a waiter, but the effect was devastating. Asked how he had enjoyed his meal at an idyllic riverside restaurant, the writer replied: 'Disgusting'. Gill went...
CITY SALUTE A NEW HERO; Aguero the Inspiration in Second-Half Goal Feast
Byline: Chief sports writer MARTIN SAMUEL Sports Journalist of the Year Manchester City 4 Swansea 0 HE did not change the game, because it looked won when he came on, but Sergio Aguero may yet change something far greater than a home fixture...
City Slicker
Byline: Manchester City 4 Swansea 0 By MARTIN SAMUEL THE game looked to be won by the time he came on, but no matter. The difference in Manchester City that followed Sergio Aguero's introduction is the reason Carlos Tevez truly has outstayed his...
CITY SLICKER; [Pounds Sterling]38m Star Aguero an Instant Hit Twice Over
Byline: MARTIN SAMUEL Manchester City 4 Swansea City 0 THE game looked to be won by the time he came on, but no matter. The difference in Manchester City that followed Sergio Aguero's introduction is the reason Carlos Tevez truly has outstayed...
CITY SWAMP BRAVE SWANS; Aguero off the Mark in Second-Half Goal Feast
Byline: Chief sports writer MARTIN SAMUEL Sports Journalist of the Year Manchester City 4 Swansea 0 THE game looked to be won by the time he came on, but no matter. The difference in Manchester City that followed the introduction of Sergio...
Clash of the Euroland Titans; COMMENT
Byline: ALEX BRUMMER City Editor ON paper the eurozone may be a currency union of 17 equals, but as the markets have spun out of control this August it has become increasingly clear that there are only two countries that really matter - Germany...
Could Taking Vitamin B Save Your Memory?
Byline: JEROME BURNE FOR the past two years 79-year-old Sheila Alonzo has been taking a daily tablet containing very high doses of three B vitamins. As a result, she says her memory is 'much better'. 'I'm no longer worried about trying to...
CRIMINALS TEACHING IN SCOTS SCHOOLS; Soaring Number Keep Their Jobs despite Conviction for Assault and Drugs Offences; EXCLUSIVE
Byline: Graham Grant Home Affairs Editor SOARING numbers of teachers with criminal convictions are being allowed to remain in the classroom. In the past four years, more than 120 have been permitted to carry on working despite breaking the law....
Critics' Choice
SING IT LOUD A Little Bit Eurovision 8.30pm, RTE One AFTER documenting Ireland's wins at the Eurovision Song Contest over the years, the series moves on to Fionnuala Sherry, who won in 1995 representing Norway. In 1994, the Kildare violinist met Norwegian...
Critics' Choice
DRAMA The Hour, 9pm, BBC2 WE'VE reached the penultimate episode of the drama, and Freddie (Ben Whishaw, pictured) is refusing to drop the investigation into the murder mystery. The country is divided over the Suez campaign (with Freddie, predictably...
Crunch Time for Carl
Byline: CIARAN GALLAGHER IN A WEEK when confusion continues to reign in Irish amateur boxing circles ahead of the World Championships, former national senior champion Carl Frampton has his own championship interests to focus on. A selection crisis...
CUCKOO CROCK; Sprained Ankle Means Hooper Is a Swiss Miss; HOOPER MISSES CRUNCH SION TIE
Byline: MARK WILSON GARY HOOPER is set to miss both legs of Celtic's crunch Europa League qualifier with FC Sion after a scan confirmed the striker had suffered a sprained ankle. The 23-year-old Englishman was crocked during Saturday's 5-1 SPL...
Date This Way? Not Lively
Byline: AMY WALL NEVER TALK to a man first. Don't say hello -- even if he is staring at you. If the staring situation is starting to get awkward, do not dare address him. Don't look at him either. This may all seem like pretty strange advice...
DB Pensions Are Coming to an End, Say Experts
Byline: Joe Downes ALMOST all pension professionals here believe that Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes will either have to close entirely, or benefits will have to be cut within the next two years. Research carried out among Defined Benefit...
Defiance of Father Charged with Arson of Furniture Store
Byline: Colin Fernandez and Rebecca Evans A MAN accused of torching a 140-year-old furniture shop during the riots made a defiant gesture in the dock yesterday. Father-of-two Gordon Thompson, 33, saluted friends as he was remanded in custody...
Defiance of the Father, 33, on Firebug Charge
Byline: Colin Fernandez and Rebecca Evans A MAN accused of torching a 140-year-old furniture shop during the riots made a defiant gesture in the dock yesterday. Father-of-two Gordon Thompson, 33, saluted friends as he was remanded in custody...
Def Iance of the Father, 33, on Firebug Charge
Byline: Colin Fernandez , Rebecca Evans A MAN accused of torching a 140-year-old furniture shop during the riots made a defiant gesture in the dock yesterday. Father-of-two Gordon Thompson, 33, saluted friends as he was remanded in custody and...
De Jong Holding Firm in Midfield
Byline: by IAN LADYMAN SOMETIMES in football the best breaks come on the back of other people's misfortune. So it was for Nigel de Jong. Back in the January of 2009, Manchester City were looking desperately for a central midfielder and De Jong...
Did Knifeman Kill His Family after His Wife Betrayed Him? Marriage Problems of Husband in Horror Rampage
Byline: From Nick Fagge in Jersey and Arthur Martin in Poland THEY look like the perfect family - proud parents with their two adorable children. But last night police were waiting to question the father who is suspected of killing his wife,...
Do Carol Vorderman's Pleas for Maths Add Up?
I TAKE exception to Ms Vordeman pontificating about education and the poor quality of teachers. My wife has put in decades in primary school education and at times in public schools, and has retired exhausted but nevertheless proud that her pupils...
Do Carol Vorderman's Pleas for Maths Add Up? DEBATE
I TAKE exception to Ms Vordeman pontificating about education and the poor quality of teachers. My wife has put in decades in primary school education and in public schools, and has retired exhausted but nevertheless proud that her pupils had been...
Don't Panic!
Byline: GEORGE GRANT WHILE it might be easier said than done, the message from Aberdeen's veteran manager Craig Brown remains: 'Don't panic'. The Pittodrie club are without a win or a goal to their credit after the first four matches of the SPL...
Downsizing Fears Haunt Over-Fifties as the Cost of Living Continues to Soar
Byline: Becky Barrow Business Correspondent MILLIONS of over-fifties fear they will be forced to sell their family home to cope with the soaring cost of living, research reveals today. One in five worries that they will have to 'downsize' to...
Downsizing Fears Haunt the Over-50s; Homes at Risk as Living Costs Soar
Byline: Becky Barrow Business Correspondent MILLIONS of over-50s fear they will be forced to sell their family home to cope with the soaring cost of living, research reveals today. One in five worry they will have to 'downsize' to generate enough...
Dyson Is Not a Fan of China's Copycat Firms
Byline: Ruth Sunderland SIR James Dyson, inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner, has accused Chinese companies that copy his firm's designs of lacking moral standards. He said his company is spending millions of pounds to defend its intellectual...
Electric Shock That Gives Cancer Treatment a Boost
Byline: ROGER DOPSON A HAND-HELD device that delivers a 'turbo-charged' vaccine into the muscle is being used to treat cancer. The device fires a skin cancer vaccine into the arm or leg, using electricity to boost the potency of this treatment by...
Etihad Stadium Match Zone
Byline: CHRIS WHEELER Cook coy on move for [pounds sterling]25m Nasri BARCELONA might have spent yesterday parading Cesc Fabregas but Manchester City were being more circumspect about the possibility of capturing Samir Nasri in a [pounds sterling]25m...
[Euro]14,000 for Pregnant Waitress Wrongly Sacked by Diner
Byline: Sarah Stack A WAITRESS fired from a restaurant when she was pregnant has been awarded more than [euro]14,000 in compensation. Jevgenija Petrakova worked at the Admiral restaurant on Marlborough Street, Dublin, for just six weeks before...
Exposed: Myth of 'Eco-Friendly' Bags
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor TESCO has stopped using biodegradable carrier bags because they may be even worse for the environment than the conventional type. The decision is an embarrassment for the chain, which hailed its introduction...
Exposed: Myth of 'Eco-Friendly' Bags; Tesco Dumps 'Green' Carriers That May Actually Harm the Environment
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor TESCO has stopped using biodegradable carrier bags because they may be even worse for the environment than the conventional type. The decision is an embarrassment for the chain, which hailed its introduction...
FAME IS THE GORGIE SPUR; Wee Doddie Will Always Be Seen as a Hearts Icon. Can Sergio Step Up to the Plate?
Byline: by STEPHEN McGOWAN THESE days they speak of Alex MacDonald as a Rangers legend. A matchday host at Ibrox and manager of the Rangers Club in Kirkintilloch, he is comfortable with the description. It remains an undeniable truth, however,...
Fined, after Parking for Exactly 17 Seconds; Spy Cameras Hit Innocent Drivers as Tickets Soar Fivefold
Byline: Ray Massey Transport Editor PERSECUTED motorists are being handed five times as many parking tickets as they were a decade ago, figures show. New mobile CCTV cameras are being used to catch drivers who may only have stopped momentarily....
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Forrest Insists Paradise Needs Euro Glitz Again
Byline: by MARK WILSON FOR James Forrest, initial experiences of playing in European football were a little bewildering. Bruised in Braga, utterly undone in Utrecht, continental success was not part of the winger's breakthrough season with Celtic....
Foxy's Final Days
Byline: by Tom Doorley THIS all started just a week ago. I was sitting at the breakfast table when my daughter came in to tell me that she had found an injured fox on our long and winding driveway. And my heart sank. It sank for all the wrong...
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Gaddafi Henchman Flees as RAF Jets Hit His 'Walls of Jericho'
Byline: Tim Shipman Deputy Political Editor BRITISH planes have begun a 'walls of Jericho' strategy to destroy Colonel Gaddafi's homes and end his regime. Hopes that the dictator's days are numbered grew yesterday when Libya's interior minister...
Gaybo Could Bring out the Passionate Dreamer in Every Johnny Borepants
Byline: Brenda Power TALKING about This plans for the coming season of The Late Late Show at the weekend, Ryan Tubridy said in future his interviews will be longer and more in-depth -- providing, as he put it, that the guest wasn't a 'Johnny Borepants'....
Germany Says No to Eurobond Plan; Merkel and Sarkozy in Make-or-Break Crisis Talks
Byline: Aiden Corkery Political Correspondent GERMANY and France have ruled out any chance of introducing a new 'eurobond', which would be underwritten by all eurozone countries. Markets have been clamouring for the introduction of such a debt...
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Google Eyes [Pounds Sterling]7.6bn Motorola Takeover
Byline: Rob Davies GOOGLE is to bolster its communications empire with the [pounds sterling]7.6bn purchase of US smart-phone business Motorola Mobility, as it looks to rival Apple in the gadget business. The internet giant said the largest acquisition...
Has Time Now Been Called on England's Gilded Generation?
Byline: Derek Lawrenson WORLD OF GOLF IMAGINE being told in the spring of last year that the next seven Majors would all be claimed by first-time winners. You'd have looked down the list of England's top six players -- Luke Donald, Lee Westwood,...
Has Time Now Been Called on Our Gilded Generation?
Byline: Derek Lawrenson WORLD OF GOLF IMAGINE being told in the spring of last year that the next seven majors would all be claimed by first-time winners. You'd have looked down the list of England's top six players -- Luke Donald, Lee Westwood,...
Has Time Now Been Called on the Gilded Generation?
Byline: Derek Lawrenson WORLD OF GOLF IMAGINE being told in the spring of last year that the next seven majors would all be claimed by first-time winners. You'd have looked down the list of England's top six players -- Luke Donald, Lee Westwood,...
Have You Got That Bloated Feeling? Chewing Gum, Reheating Pasta, Eating Healthy Food, the Surprising Reasons Why Our Stomachs Swell Up So Suddenly
Byline: ANNA HODGEKISS WAISTBAND suddenly feeling tight? It might not just be that you've eaten too much. Like hundreds of thousands of Britons -- women and men -- you could be suffering from stomach bloat, which can be triggered by anything...
Heartbreak Museum
Byline: Paul Sims WHEN a relationship ends, the once treasured mementos of a lost romance - from teddy bears to love letters - are most likely destined for the bin, or even the fire. But some of those bittersweet gifts have now been given a new...
Heartbreak Museum; on Display, the Unwanted Gifts from Doomed Romances
Byline: Paul Sims WHEN a relationship ends, the once treasured mementos of a lost romance - from teddy bears to love letters - are most likely destined for the bin, or even the fire. But some of those bittersweet gifts have now been given a new...
Hearts Pledge to Pay Tax Bill; Tynecastle Pledge to Settle Tax Demand
Byline: BRIAN MARJORIBANKS HEARTS last night promised to settle an outstanding tax bill immediately -- after being dramatically threatened with administration by HM Revenue and Customs. Just 72 hours before the Edinburgh club is due to host English...
Hibs Hope It Starts to Stack Up
Byline: MARK WILSON GOALKEEPER Graham Stack hopes clear-the-air talks within the dressing room will help Hibs recover from their thumping at Kilmarnock. Colin Calderwood's side were routed 4-1 on Sunday to raise concerns that another disappointing...
Hidden Torment of Nut Allergy Children
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Correspondent CHILDREN with potentially deadly nut allergies are being bullied for being different, say researchers. And their parents are stigmatised as 'neurotic and attention-seeking' by other parents, they found....
Homeowners Hit by 6% Insurance Hikes
Byline: Paul Kelly Consumer Affairs Editor CONSUMERS have seen their home insurance bills rise 6 per cent in just four months as insurers seek to recoup the [euro]224million cost of last year's big freeze. The average cost of insuring a home...
Hours Earlier I'd Rocked My Warm, Milky Son in My Arms. Now He Was Cold as a Statue but I Couldn't Let Go; It's 20 Years since Anne Diamond Lost Her Baby Son to Cot Death. Here, with Heart-Wrenching Power, She Relives That Awful Day - and the Raw Emotion That Still Hits Her like a Hammer Blow
Byline: by Anne Diamond THE TEARS are surprisingly near the surface even now; even after 20 years. It seems almost unbelievable that it all happened so long ago, and yet the awfulness of that summer morning when I found my baby boy Sebastian, dead...
How Jagger Keeps His Swagger at 68
HIS 68th birthday was just over a fortnight ago, yet this week Mick Jagger was pictured in a flamingo pink suit similar to one he wore back in 1971 -- and, more importantly, four decades later the rock star still managed to pull it off. Weighing...
How They Are Changing the Grand National Course
Since the first Grand National at Aintree in 1839, 46 horses have died on the course. Famously in 1942, only two horses finished out of a starting field of 42. This year two horses died and as a result three fences will be amended for next year, including...
Ian Bailey's Girlfriend Could Be Questioned by French
Byline: Ali Bracken , David Barnes IAN BAILEY'S girlfriend is among a group of Irish witnesses that French police intend to question over the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Jules Thomas has previously given a statement to gardai about her...
If Dave Wants Wyatt Earp as Met Chief, It's His Call
Byline: Richard LittleJohn AFTER the backlash, here comes the backlash against the backlash. Even as Call Me Dave was on his hind legs promising a far-reaching response to last week's riots, the usual suspects were lining up to defend the failed...