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Articles from November 17, 2011

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Advertisement of Petition in the [.]; Legal Notices
ADVERTISEMENT OF PETITION. IN THE MATTER OF SQI LIMITED AND IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACTS 1963-2009. Rec No. 2011 632COS. SQI LIMTED. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the winding up of the above named company, whose registered office...
Advertisement of Petition. in the [.]; Legal Notices
ADVERTISEMENT OF PETITION. IN THE MATTER OF SQI LIMITED AND IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACTS 1963-2009. Rec No. 2011 632COS. SQI LIMTED. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the winding up of the above named company, whose registered office...
A Few of My Favourite Things
Byline: Amanda Donohoe FORMER Emmerdale and L.A. Law actress Amanda Donohoe, 49, lives in rural Suffolk with her partner, artist Russell Haswell FROCK STAR I REALLY love this dark green dress (right) which covers me up from the neck down to...
After Epic Night on the Tiles at Krystle Nightclub
Byline: Sandra Mallon IT was a truly historic occasion, the kind of epic event that only comes round once or twice in a career. The Herculean efforts of the Irish soccer players over a marathon campaign will live long in the memories of those...
A Giant Reduced to Making This Humbling Exit
Byline: Chief sports writer MARTIN SAMUEL Sports Journalist of the Year THE famous beetle brow furrowed a final time as Martin Johnson discharged his last patriotic duty for England. Resignation in the air, resignation on the page, resignation in...
Agony of Milly's Mother; NoW 'Cruelty' Left Girl's Family with False Hope
Byline: Colin Fernandez THE parents of Milly Dowler were subjected to a 'cruel and insensitive' deception by the News of the World when its investigators hacked into their missing daughter's mobile phone, the public inquiry into Press standards...
'Amanda's Not Too Thin, She's a Healthy Size 8'
Byline: Gavin Madeley THE fashion world rallied round a top Scots model yesterday after the advertising watchdog banned pictures of her in a bikini from an online clothing catalogue because she was too skinny. Fashion industry experts rubbished...
An iPod, Rum, Wine and Tea from Taiwan for Civil Servants
Byline: Hamish Macdonell CIVIL servants have enjoyed thousands of pounds of hospitality and free gifts from companies and organisations eager to keep in with the SNP regime. One unnamed official was given an iPod, another was given travel and...
Arab Spring? A Licence for De la Rue to Print Money; City FOCUS
Byline: Roger Baird COLLAPSING regimes caught up in the Arab Spring such as Libya's have thrown up some lucrative opportunities for banknote printer De La Rue. Revolutions, of course, mean change - and one of the first things a new government...
As a Girl, She Bravely Fought off a Depraved Child Killer. So How Does It Feel to Be the One Who Got Away?
Byline: by Kathryn Knight TWENTY-THREE years have passed since the day Teresa Thornhill fought for her life, but time has not dimmed that terrible memory. 'I can see the man who attacked me as clearly as if he was standing in front of me now,' she...
At This Stage, I Am Losing My Figure, My Hormones and a Few Marbles - So I'd like to Keep My Voice; Keeping It Together
Byline: Kate Kerrigan ONCE a high-flying magazine editor in Dublin, living the classic, harried executive lifestyle, Kate Kerrigan swapped it all to be a full-time novelist and live in her idyll -- the fishing village of Killala, Co. Mayo. But rather...
Bank Ponders More QE to Prevent Slump
Byline: Hugo Duncan THE Bank of England yesterday paved the way for a further round of money-printing as it warned that Britain has a one-in-three chance of tumbling back into recession. It slashed its economic growth forecasts to around 1pc...
Bank Staf F 'S Filthy, Racist Email Sent to Government
Byline: Laura Lynott A BANK of Ireland worker sent an email containing racist and pornographic images to the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Central Bank, a court heard yesterday. The revelation emerged during an Employment Appeals Tribunal...
Bank's Warning on Lending Raises New Credit Crunch Fears
Byline: Hugo Duncan Economics Correspondent FEARS of a further credit crunch intensified last night after a stark warning that British banks are struggling to raise money for loans to households and businesses. The Bank of England said the crisis...
Bank's Warning on Lending Raises New Credit Crunch Fears
Byline: Hugo Duncan Economics Correspondent FEARS of a further credit crunch intensified last night after a stark warning that British banks are struggling to raise money for loans to households and businesses. The Bank of England said the crisis...
Bank's Warning on Lending Raises New Credit Crunch Fears
Byline: Hugo Duncan Economics Correspondent FEARS of a further credit crunch intensified last night after a stark warning that British banks are struggling to raise money for loans to households and businesses. The Bank of England said the crisis...
Bank's Warning on Lending Raises New Credit Crunch Fears
Byline: Hugo Duncan Economics Correspondent FEARS of a further credit crunch intensified last night after a stark warning that British banks are struggling to raise money for loans to households and businesses. The Bank of England said the crisis...
Bank's Warning on Lending Raises New Credit Crunch Fears
Byline: Hugo Duncan Economics Correspondent FEARS of a further credit crunch intensified last night after a stark warning that British banks are struggling to raise money for loans to households and businesses. The Bank of England said the crisis...
Bank Will Turn Its Back on SPL, but 'Ball Is Not Burst'
Byline: by STEPHEN McGOWAN THE announcement that the Clydesdale Bank are to end their six-year sponsorship of the Scottish Premier League is hardly a shaft of light in the gloom. Yet neither, claims SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster, is it a...
BBC Has 4,500 Job Titles.And Employs 2,000 as Managers!
Byline: Paul Revoir TV Correspondent THE BBC may have embarked on some of the most dramatic costcutting in its history, but it seems there is still some way to go. There are almost 4,500 job titles in existence at the Corporation, it has emerged,...
BBC Has 4,500 Job Titles.And Employs 2,000 as Managers! EXCLUSIVE
Byline: Paul Revoir TV Correspondent THE BBC may have embarked on some of the most dramatic costcutting in its history, but it seems there is still some way to go. There are almost 4,500 job titles in existence at the Corporation, it has emerged,...
Bhoys Target Goal Machine Rhodes
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By STEPHEN McGOWAN CELTIC have joined the queue of clubs monitoring prolific new Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes. Sportsmail has learned that the Parkhead side have acquired an interest in the Huddersfield star, the opening goalscorer...
Blatter 'Refutes' On-Pitch Racism
Byline: MATT LAWTON and IAN LADYMAN SEPP BLATTER was facing renewed calls for his resignation last night after dismissing on-pitch racism -- just as the FA charged Luis Suarez over allegations he racially abused Patrice Evra. In a statement last...
BLATTER'S BLUNDER AS SUAREZ CHARGED; 'Shake Hands and Forget the Insults'
Byline: MATT LAWTON, IAN LADYMAN SEPP BLATTER was facing renewed calls for his resignation last night after dismissing on-pitch racism -- just as the FA charged Luis Suarez over allegations he racially abused Patrice Evra. In a statement last...
Broke Tycoon Must Sacrifice His Cinema and Snooker Room
Byline: Michelle O'Keeffe FAILED property developer Bernard McNamara has sold his trophy home - described as 'Dublin's finest residence' - to pay off part of the staggering [euro]1.5billion in debt he has built up. The ex-billionaire's Ballsbridge...
Bunch of Windbags
Bunch of windbags WHILE our squaddies are battling the Taliban in Afghanistan, the 'Green Taliban' at home are acting as a fifth column undermining British industry and forcing millions into fuel poverty. Their bonkers energy policies, from carbon...
But Germany Are Timing Run to Purr-Fection
Byline: by MATT BARLOW AS FAR as timely messages of intent for Euro 2012 go, Germany's emphatic 3-0 win against Holland on Tuesday was most impressive. The sight of Nigel de Jong throwing up his arms in despair as the Dutch were overwhelmed in Hamburg...
But the Bosses Who Say: Give Us Foreign Workers Every Time
CHARLIE MULLINS Plumbing boss THE number of foreign employees at a leading firm of plumbers has doubled over the past two years because British workers lack the right work ethic. Charlie Mullins, the 52-year-old founder of Pimlico Plumbers, said...
CAPELLO HAS STRUCK GOLD; Jones Can Play Vital Role in Bid for Glory
Byline: MATT LAWTON Chief Football Correspondent AFTER years of bitter disappointment, the expectations around England are that much lower than they might have been in the past. The golden generation squandered what opportunities they had and there...
Celebrities to Come Dine with Rozanna This Festive Season
Byline: Eoin Murphy Entertainment Editor THROW a beauty queen in with a singer, an actor and two showbiz hacks and she's bound to make a meal of it. But in the case of model Roz Purcell, that's the general idea. The Irish Daily Mail can reveal...
Celtic Tiger Morris Finally Up and Running
Byline: by ADAM REDMOND YOU can be sure that Ulster know all about Geordan Murphy, but Leicester have another dangerous Irishman hiding in their backfield. In his first three months at Welford Road, Niall Morris has achieved more in a Tigers'...
Christmas Gifts Books for All the Family
"The inside story of Elizabeth II, who has travelled further than all her predecessors put together, lived longer than any of them, known more historical figures than any living person and transformed Britain from an imperial power to a multicultural...
Clothes with Character
Byline: by Michelle Fleming Sprayed with dirt or vodka, artfully distressed or just perfectly period... How the Abbey Theatre's costume department is a treasure trove full of creativity FROM the outside, Unit 43 Finglas Business Park looks like...
Confessions of an Online Porn Junkie; with Brutal Honesty, One Man Admits to a Problem He Claims Is Worryingly Widespread - and the Toxic Effect It's Had on His Relationships
Byline: by Ryan Duggins YOUNG men have been looking at pictures of naked women ever since a giggling Stone Age teenager daubed a crude outline of one of the more shapely females of his tribe on a cave wall, without her bearskin on, and grunted to...
Confusing Price Labels Bamboozle Shoppers
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor STORES are pulling the wool over shoppers' eyes with complex price and pack combinations that make it difficult to find the best value. Some products are sold in pence per kilo alongside similar items...
Cooking & Baking
Britain's Best Dish: The Chefs PC:BER7381 [pounds sterling]17.00 RRP [pounds sterling]20.00 Tying-in with the hit ITV show, this sumptuously illustrated book includes step-by-step instructions to all 112 recipes featured on the show. Chosen by...
Cooking Up a STORM; When It Was Announced That Conrad Gallagher Had Left His Latest Venture, Few Were Surprised. None Doubt His Ability but All Are Asking Why the Fiery Chef Cannot Seem to Help Himself
Byline: by Jenny Friel FROM the start, Conrad Gallagher made sure his presence was felt in the restaurant of Dublin's upmarket La Stampa Hotel -- not too difficult a task given his bulky, 6ft 4in frame and booming Donegal accent. Each night,...
Count Yourself Very Lucky, Charlie; HARRIET SERGEANT, Who's Befriended Two Teenage Criminals, Compares How Justice Has Treated Them and the Very Privileged Son of a Pink Floyd Star
Byline: HARRIET SERGEANT THIS week Charlie Gilmour emerged from Wayland Prison in Norfolk. He has served just four months of the 16-month sentence handed down to him in July for swinging from the Cenotaph and violent disorder while high on drugs...
Crackdown on Visa Rules to Curb Influx of Foreign Brides
Byline: Jack Doyle Home Affairs Correspondent THE number of foreign brides allowed into Britain could be slashed by up to two-thirds under proposals being considered by ministers. Immigration advisers have proposed a huge increase in the minimum...
Crackdown on Visa Rules to Curb Inf Lux of Foreign Brides
Byline: Jack Doyle Home Affairs Correspondent THE number of foreign brides allowed into Britain could be slashed by up to two-thirds under proposals being considered by ministers. Immigration advisers have proposed a huge increase in the minimum...
Critics' Choice
BREATHE EASY Life With, 8.30pm, RTE One THE final episode in the series looks at asthma, which affects almost 500,000 people in Ireland. Those featured include 56-year-old Brian Whelan, who was diagnosed with the disease ten years ago but has...
Critics' Choice
MAKEOVER SERIES Beeny's Restoration Nightmare, 8pm, Ch4 THIS week, in the penultimate episode of the series, Sarah and husband, Graham Swift, start to transform what they believe to be the old servants' quarters into a pub-themed room. Not exactly...
Decentralisation Is History,[euro]289m Later; 10,000 Targeted, Only 3,000 Moved out of Dublin
Byline: Niamh Lyons Political Correspondent ONE of the State's most wasteful and misguided projects will finally be scrapped today. Decentralisation is set to be banished to the annals of history as part of a new plan to be unveiled by Public...
Deeply Creepy, and Not in a Good Way
Byline: by Christopher Tookey The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (12A) Verdict: Breaking down, more like * THIS film covers the first half of the fourth and final book in Stephenie Meyer's series. The third movie in the franchise...
Doctor Punched on a Night out Gives Evidence - from Australia
Byline: Stephen Maguire A DOCTOR gave evidence against his attackers in an Irish courtroom yesterday - despite being thousands of miles away in Australia. Dr Koe Davidson spoke via videolink from Melbourne about the night his front teeth were...
Dry Those Tears! There's an Upside to Feeling Down; How Being Miserable Makes You Live Longer
Byline: by Marianne Power THROUGHOUT my life, I've had a tendency to get down. Not in a dramatic, suicidal, can't go on way, but in a slow, steady, grey mist sort of way. There are days when it's hard to get out of bed, days when I don't pick...
Duke Who Lost His Head
QUESTION Before the War, I attended a school in Aldgate in London. One day we were taken to St Botolph church and the priest showed us a head in a glass box which he said was from an execution in the Tower of London. Whose head might it have been?...
Duke Who Lost His Head; ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS
Byline: Compiled by Charles Legge QUESTION Before World War II, I attended the St John Cass school in Aldgate. One day we were taken to St Botolph church and the priest showed us a head in a glass box which he said was from an execution in the...
Edinburgh Fury at Olympic Rings Plan for Castle
Byline: Jay Williams IT has dominated the capital's skyline for centuries - but now Edinburgh Castle may be used to advertise the 2012 London Olympic Games. But plans to erect two giant sets of Olympic rings - the symbol of the Games - on the...
Ethnic Pupil Numbers Up by 57% in a Decade
Byline: Kate Loveys Education Reporter WHITE British pupils have become a minority in many secondary schools in England, according to a study. The research found that the number of ethnic minority pupils has sharply risen by 57 per cent in ten...
Even Aged 10, He Just Had to Win
Byline: by PETER JACKSON MARTIN Johnson won everything there was to win as a player -- Grand Slams, European Cups, English Premiership titles, a Lions Test series and the World Cup. All that, and enough Triple Crowns to keep the royal family...
Fallon Faces Inquiry over Missing Rides
Byline: MARCUS TOWNEND KIEREN FALLON is on a fresh collision course with racing's regulators after being accused of misleading officials over his late arrival on the second day of Chester's May meeting. The six-time champion jockey faces four...
Fears for 'Lost Generation' in Record Unemployment
Byline: Alan Roden, Becky Barrow SOARING youth unemployment is creating a 'lost generation' of young people at risk of debt, depression and self-loathing, experts warned yesterday. Their fears were triggered by official figures showing youth...
Fiction
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Film & Television
"With Wogan's trademark wit and charm, this is both a personal and political journey through Ireland. Having left in the 1960s, Wogan sees Ireland through fresh eyes as he revisits old haunts and hooks up with old friends but refuses to shy away from...
Flu Jab for All Children Is Ruled Out
Byline: Sophie Borland Health Reporter CALLS for all children to be given the flu jab have been rejected by Government scientists. They say there is not enough evidence it would be 'cost effective' to offer the vaccine to all youngsters every...
Footballer Star Seriously Hurt and His Girlfriend Killed in Car Crash
Byline: Kathryn Hayes A SPORTS star is in a serious condition in hospital after a car crash in Australia which also killed his girlfriend. Patrick Gibbs, from Ballinacurra in Limerick, and U.S. native Kelly Meehan, whose family is from Newmarket...
Football Shorts
CHELSEA have no immediate plans to bring Guus Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge after their former caretaker manager parted company with Turkey yesterday. Hiddink, 65, did not rule out a return to Stamford Bridge after his side's failure to qualify...
Football Shorts
CHELSEA have no immediate plans to bring Guus Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge after their former caretaker manager parted company with Turkey yesterday. Hiddink, 65, did not rule out a return to Stamford Bridge after his side's failure to qualify...
Football Shorts
CHELSEA have no immediate plans to bring Guus Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge after their former caretaker manager parted company with Turkey yesterday. Hiddink, 65, did not rule out a return to Stamford Bridge after his side's failure to qualify...
FOREIGN WORKERS TAKE YET MORE UK JOBS; as Number of Britons in Work Plunges and Youth Unemployment Hits 1million. Grayling Accuses Pret A Manger of Not Doing Enough for Jobless Britons; Minister's Fury at 'Jo BS for Foreigners' Firm
Byline: Becky Barrow Business Correspondent AROUND 500 foreigners landed a job in Britain every day over the past year while the number of UK-born workers plunged. Official figures yesterday painted a shockingly bleak picture of a jobs market...
FOR [Euro]4 A WEEK YOU COULD HELP CREATE 6,000 JOBS; as the Shop for Ireland Campaign Is Officially Launched, TOM REA, of Guaranteed Irish, Explains the Incredible Difference It Could Make
URING the boom years, we Dused the phrase they could shop for Ireland as a jokey way of describing conspicuous spending. Today, it has a different meaning. Now, more than ever, we really do need to shop for Ireland, to maintain existing jobs and...
Fortress Dale Farm! Now a Massive Bill to Prevent New Invasion
Byline: Arthur Martin THE council responsible for Dale Farm could be forced to spend tens of thousands more to keep the travellers out for good. Taxpayers have already spent more than [pounds sterling]20million clearing the largest illegal travellers'...
From Little Princess to Pauper
Byline: by Helen Weathers SASHA YOUNG'S 17th birthday celebrations this Saturday will be a modest affair. There will be no Cartier watch from Dad this time, no spectacular party with entertainers and caterers, and no private jet waiting to whisk...
From Little Princess to Pauper; Cartier Gems, Private Jets, a [Pounds Sterling]14m Mansion -- Sasha Grew Up amid Staggering Opulence. Then Her Parents' Divorce Left Her Penniless ... but Taught Her a Priceless Lesson
Byline: by Helen Weathers SASHA YOUNG'S 17th birthday celebrations this Saturday will be a modest affair. There will be no Cartier watch from Dad this time, no spectacular party with entertainers and caterers, and no private jet waiting to whisk...
From Little Princess to Pauper; Cartier Watches, Private Jets, a [Pounds Sterling]14m Oxfordshire Mansion -- Sasha Grew Up amid Staggering Opulence. Then Her Parents' Bitter Divorce Left Her Penniless ... but Taught Her a Priceless Lesson
Byline: by Helen Weathers SASHA YOUNG'S 17th birthday celebrations this Saturday will be a modest affair. There will be no Cartier watch from Dad this time, no spectacular party with entertainers and caterers, and no private jet waiting to whisk...
FROZEN HELL; at -60 Degrees and Suffering Appalling Losses to the Luftwaffe and U-Boats, Britain's Arctic Convoys Endured Some of the War's Most Horrific Conditions. as the PM Resists the Survivors' Campaign for a Medal, We Tell Their Extraordinary Stories
Byline: by Tony Rennell THE INTENSE cold was what they remembered most vividly. Out on deck, with the sea below at -60 degrees and the air around you not much warmer, eyebrows and eyelashes froze. And that wasn't all. 'Hair in our noses froze solid...
Fun & Entertainment
Over the past few years, we've seen the humble, meerkat take over the world. And that's quite literally the case here A family of meerkats have embarked on a round-the-world trip, but can you spot them in the crowds at the world's most famous and popular...
Fury as Olympic Chiefs Aim to Play Games with Castle
Byline: Jay Williams IT has dominated the capital's skyline for centuries - but now Edinburgh Castle may be used to advertise the 2012 London Olympic Games. But plans to erect two giant sets of Olympic rings - the symbol of the Games - on the...
Generation Blighted by Unemployment
Byline: Becky Barrow Business Correspondent SOARING youth unemployment is creating a 'lost generation' of young people who are at risk of debt, depression and self-loathing, experts warned yesterday. Their fears were triggered by official figures,...
Germans Set Benchmark as Spanish Kings Stutter
Byline: by MATT BARLOW AS FAR as timely messages of intent for Euro 2012 go, Germany's emphatic 3-0 win against Holland on Tuesday was most impressive. The sight of Nigel de Jong throwing up his arms in despair as the Dutch were overwhelmed in...
Give Hetty a Victory; LETTERS
WE OFTEN hear of the 'futility of war', but having just seen 106-year-old campaigner Hetty Bower speaking on television about her lifelong anti-war campaign, I believe it could more realistically be labelled 'the futility of vying for peace'. Once...
Glenda Shakes off the Xpose Team to Front Her Own Christmas Show
Byline: Eoin Murphy Entertainment Editor XPOSE presenter Glenda Gilson is branching out with a solo project for TV3. The four-part series called Glenda's Gifts For Guys air before Christmas and introduces some quirky present ideas. Glenda,...
Gourmet Salt 'Just as Unhealthy'
Byline: Daily Mail Reporter GOURMET sea salt which can cost up to 19 times more than table salt is no healthier, a report shows today. And claims on labels of the brands popularised by TV chefs that the products are 'natural' and 'contain minerals'...
Governments, Not Banks, Must Solve Eurozone Crisis, Says King
Byline: Simon Duke Banking Editor THE GOVERNOR of the Bank of England has told Europe's political elite to stop passing the buck and move swiftly to tame the storms ripping through the eurozone. In his most dramatic intervention yet in the euro...
Governments, Not Banks, Must Solve Eurozone Crisis, Says King
Byline: Simon Duke Banking Editor THE Governor of the Bank of England has told Europe's political elite to stop passing the buck and move swiftly to tame the storms ripping through the eurozone. In his most dramatic intervention yet in the euro...
Governments, Not Banks, Must Solve Eurozone Crisis, Says King
Byline: Simon Duke Banking Editor THE Governor of the Bank of England has told Europe's political elite to stop passing the buck and move swiftly to tame the storms ripping through the eurozone. In his most dramatic intervention yet in the euro...
Greig Won't Be Blanked from Barca Celebration; Greig Won't Be Blanked from 1972 Celebrations; EXCLUSIVE
Byline: PETER JARDINE RANGERS owner Craig Whyte has reassured fans that Ibrox icon John Greig will not be precluded from celebrations next May to mark the club's 1972 European Cup Winners' Cup triumph. The former captain and manager quit as a...
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Hayward Claims He Has Plenty of Fuel Left in the Tank; the City INTERVIEW
Byline: From Rob Davies in Erbil, Iraq SOME 18 months on from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Tony Hayward has learned some lessons - but he isn't sharing them. 'They are for me, not for general consumption,' the former BP boss says, with his now...
Hearts and Minds
Byline: by MICHEAL CLIFFORD FOOTBALL legend Barney Rock has backed an appeal from Dublin for the county to be afforded 'special' status within the GAA. A wide-ranging strategic report published this week by the Dublin County Board, which seeks...
HEARTS FAILURE; Tynecastle Club Admit They Can't Afford to Pay Players' Wages; Players' Union Chief Hits out at Club
Byline: BRIAN MARJORIBANKS HEARTS were teetering on the brink last night after admitting they don't have the money to meet their players' outstanding wages. As payments failed to show in staff bank accounts yesterday for a second successive month,...
Here's a Job That Really Delivers
Byline: by James Salmon THE recent birth of the world's seven billionth baby will add pressure on our planet's food and economic resources. But it also means there will be an ever growing demand for those with midwifery skills to help ensure each...
HIDDEN WORLD OF THE BRONTES; Insanity. Beatings. A Brother's Forbidden Love. as a Lost Book by Charlotte Bronte Is Sold - the Truth about Literature's Oddest Family
Byline: by A.N. Wilson THE DOCUMENT is tiny. Its 19 pages are the size of your credit card. Its author was 14 years old. And it is expected to reach [euro]350,000 when it goes under the hammer at Sotheby's auction house on December 15. For this...
History & Biography; Advertisement Supplement
Life Below Stairs - Alison Maloney PC:BER7134 [pounds sterling]8.99 RRP [pounds sterling]9.99 For anyone gripped by the TV series Downton Abbey, this is the perfect present. Thoroughly researched, Maloney paints a detailed picture of what life...
Holiday Camp
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By CHRIS FOY MARTIN Johnson's swift resignation yesterday came amid fresh revelations about shortcomings which undermined his England regime, with Aviva Premiership clubs left incensed by the fitness of players returning from the...
HOLIDAY CAMP; Clubs Claim Players Came Back Unfit from World Cup, While Squad Mocked Their Training Regime as A. EXCLUSIVE
Byline: CHRIS FOY Rugby Correspondent THE resignation of Martin Johnson yesterday came amid fresh revelations about shortcomings which undermined his England regime, with Aviva Premiership clubs left incensed by the fitness of players returning...
HOME'S ON THE RANGE; EXCLUSIVE; He Partied Hard after His Open Triumph, but Now Darren Clarke Is Practising Even Harder
Byline: by DEREK LAWRENSON THE LAST time Darren Clarke was nominated for the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award he spent the evening squirming in his seat, hoping he would not win. While millions of television viewers looked on affectionately...
HOME'S ON THE RANGE; He Partied Hard after His Open Triumph, but Now Darren Clarke Is Practising Even Harder
Byline: by DEREK LAWRENSON Golf Correspondent THE LAST time Darren Clarke was nominated for the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award he spent the evening squirming in his seat, hoping he would not win. While millions of television viewers...
Hooray for Trolley-Wood!
Byline: Victoria Allen AMERICANS know it as a luxury supermarket to the stars, frequented by the likes of Heidi Klum and Gwyneth Paltrow. But Whole Foods Market has just opened a multi-million pound store in a slightly less glamorous setting...
HORROR AND HEARTBREAK; Fear Haunts Grim Gorgie as Money Runs Out
Byline: by BRIAN MARJORIBANKS FOR Vladimir Romanov, the fire sale cannot start soon enough. Yesterday's admission that Hearts do not have enough money to pay their staff has fuelled fresh fears that the controversial owner will be reduced to hawking...
How British Spies Thwarted a Terror Attack by Gaddafi; Suicide Bomb Plot Targeted Diplomats
Byline: Kirsty Walker Political Correspondent BRITISH intelligence agencies thwarted a deadly attack on Western diplomats by Colonel Gaddafi's forces, William Hague revealed yesterday. The Foreign Secretary disclosed how agents foiled the attempt...
How to Save 50% on Christmas Gifts: Take a U.S. Shopping Trip; Bargain Hunters Trigger Boom in Mini-Breaks
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor IF you're looking to make a few savings on your Christmas present list this year it might be time to get the U.S. holiday brochures out. Shopping in the States could save you hundreds of pounds, heavily...
HSE Failing to Fund Asthma Jab That Stops Severe Attacks
Byline: Petrina Vousden Health Editor HALF of patients with severe asthma are unable to access a life-changing drug because it is not funded by the HSE. The Asthma Society of Ireland is calling on the Health Service to make Xolair available through...
Hughes Is Well Up for the Fight
Byline: BRIAN MARJORIBANKS HE is a Treble-winning former Rangers player. For Stephen Hughes, however, the biggest challenge of his career is to emerge from the wilderness after rejoining Motherwell. The 29-year-old midfielder has penned a deal...
Hunt for Call Girl's Murderer Has Cost a Record [Pounds Sterling]4million
Byline: Kevin Duguid THE unsolved killing of a prostitute has become the most expensive murder probe in the recent history of Scotland's biggest police force. Figures released by Strathclyde Police show the cost of investigating the death of...
Ibec Claims Its Strategy Can Create 25,000 Jobs
Byline: Mic Wright THE economy could benefit from a [euro]2.4bn boost and the creation of more than 25,000 jobs if the Government followed a few 'simple, inexpensive steps'. That's according to business lobby group Ibec, which has published a...
I Fear for Future of My Younger Siblings
FINAL year student Patricia Hourican, 20, revealed she was marching for her younger siblings, whom she claims will not be able to take advantage of a thirdlevel qualification if fees go up. 'The fees don't really affect me as I won't be in college...
'I Fear for Future of My Younger Siblings'
FINAL year student Patricia Hourican, 20, revealed she was marching for her younger siblings, whom she claims will not be able to take advantage of a thirdlevel qualification if fees go up. 'The fees don't really affect me as I won't be in college...
Investors Plot Assault on SVG
Byline: Geoff Foster HOW ironic. Adam Steiner, chief executive at SVG Investment Managers, has just written in Financial News that activist shareholders are set to become 'normal practice' in the next decade amid growing investor-led change at listed...