Archive for January, 2013
By Laura Moulden Andy Murray took heart from playing “the best tennis of his life” after Novak Djokovic lifted the trophy in Melbourne for a third consecutive year.
By Gerald Heneghan The rail route for the high speed 2 (HS2) network's second phase have been outlined by the government today (January 28th).
By Gerald Heneghan Barry George, who was imprisoned for eight years after being wrongly convicted of murdering TV presenter Jill Dando, has lost his bid for compensation at the
By Gerald Heneghan A worker at Stafford Hospital has been suspended after a dummy was found taped to a four-month-old baby's face.
By Laura Moulden Andy Murray prepares to face Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open after powering to a dramatic victory over Roger Federer in Friday’s semi-final
By Laura Moulden The Met Office has issued an amber ‘be prepared’ warning for some areas of the UK as a final flurry of snow is expected to put
By Lauren Grice A man who was killed when two cars carrying members of the same family crashed into the River Wye has been named as David Cox.
By Gerald Heneghan Britain's economy shrank by 0.3 per cent during the last three months of 2012, re-igniting fears over a potential slide back into recession.
By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron's proposals on renegotiating Britain's relationship with the European Union (EU) have gained the backing of British business leaders.
By Laura Moulden Former BBC presenter Stuart Hall has been charged with rape and 14 counts of indecent assault.