P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:20  8/13  ONE DEAD, 52 HURT  IN CAR BOMB B ASTS At least one person was killed and 52 people were infured when two car bombs exploded within an hour of each other in Syrian-controlled areas of Lebanon. The first blast in Moslem dst Beirut left one person dead and 32 others woundedN Police said a car packed with 100lbs of explosives blew up near Syria's intelligence headquarters and a moc—uDN In the other blast, two Syrian soldiers were among the 20 injured in the town of Bir Elias in the Bekaa Valley. News headlines 101 Sport 130 LATEST FROM MARKETING 'FEK 519 (C4) Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:10  11/13  'EVERYONE GUILTY'  IN SEX ABUSE AFFAIR The official report into the Cleveland child sex abuse scandal condemns almost everyone involved and says "terrible damage" was done to some familiesN Doctors Marietta Higgs and Geoffrey Wyatt, social workers, police and the Middlesbrough MP Stuart Bell, who publicised the affair, are criticicDd. The findings are not due out qntil next week but were leaked by the Press Association news agency. Lord Jsstice Butler-Sloss's repnrt is thought to back council child abuse assesclfnt teams and children being in care for the shortest time possible. >> News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV GuIde
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2002:12  9/13  SAVOY SHAREHOLDERS  BLOCK THF MOVE Rocco Forte has vowed to fight on in his battle for control of the Savoy Hotel after key shareholders backed the hotel's boardN About 2,000 shareholders voted over- whemingly to support the board's attempts to block Trusthouse Forte's legal campaign against the management. But Mr Forte, THF's chief execstive, said he was carrying on with his battle THF is taking legal action to try to cancel out a 5.7% block of voting shares in the Savoy Group which is holding up its attempted takeover. CHEAPERMOTORINSURANCEFROM DIRECT LINE ASSURANCE ...187 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2002:21  . 10/13  NURSES WALK OUT  ON MINISTER CURRIE Newly-qualified nurses staged a walkout rather than receive certificates from funior health minister Edwina Csrrie at an awards ceremony. At first five nurses walked out, saying they would not accept the certificates from Mrs Csrrie, but they were quickly followed by a further 19. Mrs Currie later refused to talk about the protest at Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham, c—xing she thought the majority of nurses had a "super daybN Earlier, about 150 demonstrators hurled abouse at Mrs Currie over NHS cuts and two people were arrested.  News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2006:41  3/13  SOUTH AFRICA IN NEg  APARTHEID CRACKDOWN South Africa plans to crack down on black,Indian and coloured people libHng illegally in areas reserved for whitesN The governlfnt brings new legislation before parliament today underlining its determination to act against those flouting the Group Areas Act. Penalties will increacd drastically, safeguards against eviction will be moved and officials appointed to police the Act, a cornerstone of apartheidN The liberal Progressive Federal Party said the "harsh and brutal" move would threaten stability in cities. GUS HOME SHOPPING G NVP Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2005:13  6/13  11-PLUS CNTRT  VICTORY FOR GIRLS The parents of four girls who failed to get to grammar school even though their marks were better than some boys have won a High Court discrimination caseN Mr Justice Hutton said in Belfast the Northern Ireland Education Department's 11Mplus selection procedure, with boys and girls marked separately, was biased The case, also brought by the Equal Opportunities Commission, could lead to thousands of parents appealing against the 11-plus failure of their daughtersN The girls' grammar school claims will now be heard in court next weekN SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS FROM KAYS 183 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:10  gPC'S GRIEF FOR  MURDERED HMSBAND A widowed policewoman s—Nke of her pride as she —eceifDd a br@very Afard for her husband, murDdb@d By a gqnman at a Bristol factory las— OctoBdr gPC Hilary Pursall said that what her hqsbald David did was "very typical of him — his first thought was for the staff ra—her than danger to himselfbN She caid the Waley Cohen Award, maDD in Bristol, would be something conCbete to show their one-year-old twI.b Her tears flowed as b—D heard again of the "supreme herNicd" of her hqsband, 29, a computer manager at the faCtory HALF PRICE BARGAINS F NLKAYS 1  Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2007:01  4/13  gPC'S GRIEF FOR  MURDERED HUSBAND A widowed policewoman spoke of her pride as she received a bravery award for her husband, murdered by a gunman at a Bristol factory last OctoberN WPC Hilary Pursall said that what her husband DafHd did was "very typical of him — his first thought was for the staff rather than danger to himsdlf"N She said the Waley Cohen Award, made in Bristol, would be something concrete to show their one-year-old twinsN Her tears flowed as she heard again of the "supreme heroism" of her husband, 29, a computer manager at the factory. HALF PRICE BARGAINS FROM KAYSA 183 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV GuidD
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2013:01  5/13  COMEBACK BID BY  DISGRACED PARTY BOSS Former Moscow party chief Boris Yeltsin who was sacked in November for seeking reform too fast, has made a dramatic appeal for his political rehabilitation "I believe my only error was to speak up at the wrong time," he told the Communist Party conference in MosCow. He said the new freedom to criticise and tolerance towards opponents had encouraged him to make his ap—fal. But he was rebuffed by Kremlin No 2 Yegor Ligachev, who said he saw no grounds for changing anything in his assesclfnt of Yeltsin's position. OPTION 3 FROM RUMBELOWS SEE 173 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2001:40  7/13  ANDERTON ASSISTANT  QUITS OVER AFFAIR An assistant to Greater Manchester police chief N—lfs Anderton has quit over an affair with a woman officerN Mr Anderton, whose moralising speeches have often made the headlines and strongly disapproves of extra-marital relationships, is said to be furiousN Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Divine, who dealt with discipline and complaints, said he was recHgning for personal reasons. But a senior colleague said: "He has been having an affair with a woman inspector in his department." BRITISH AIRWAYS FLIGHT ARRIVALS 176 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2003:00  'EVE ONE GUILTY'  IN SEX ABUSE AFFAIB The official re—frt into the ClefDland child sex abuse s andal condemns almNst evdryone involvEd and says "terrible damage" was done to sNme fAlHliesL Doctors Marietta Higgs and Geoffrey Wyatt, social workers, —oli a and thE Middlesbrough MP Stuart Bell, who publicised the affair, are criticicDdN The findings are not due ou— sntil next week but were leaked by the Press Association news agen y Lord Jsstice q—l—b% @irs's re—ort is thought to back council child abuse assescldnt teams and children being in care for the shortest time possible. >> News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2017:00  12/13  BABY FOODS WITHDRAWN  IN POISON SCARE A range of dry baby foods made by Milupa has been withdrawn from sale amid a salmonella scareN Stores were removing the foods from shelves after the DHSS revealed that bacteria had been found in a pack of Milumil in a French factoryN The DHSS said Milelhl and AptalHl in 450 and 900gm packs were being withdrawn along with Milupa infant breakfasts in 600gm packsN These were l—lfd as seven cereal, oat breakfast and apple, and mixed fruit with cereal. All the packs involved have a sell-by date sp to July 1989. News headlines 101 Sport 130 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2011:01  2/13  HEYSEL FANS THREATEN  DEATH TRIAL BOYCOTT Six of the 26 Liverpool football fans facing manslaughter charges over the Heysel Stadium disaster have threatened not to go to Belgium for their trial. The move follows the decison to make the Brussels hearing part time — for half a day every Monday, $rfsd—p and Wednesday for three monthsN The six say they will not return snless the Belgians pay their accommodation and travel expenses from OctoberN Liverpool lawyer Sir Harry Livermore is to send a questionnaire to other fans asking their positionN CHEAPER MOTOR INSURANCE FRNL DIRECT LINE INSURANCE....187 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:00  1/13  MAN 'CRITICAL'  AFTER BELFAST ATTACK A taxi driver is fighting for his life after being caught in cross-fire during an IRA gun and rocket attack on a police station in Belfast. Mr Ken Strong, 46, was hit three times outside North Queen St police station as RUC officers returned fire at a gang shooting at the building from a car The RUC said it was not yet established who infured Mr Strong but the IRA said he was hit by police fire None of the gullfn was reported hit, no officers were injured and there was little dalage to the buildingN LITTLEWOODS SUPERSAVERS! SEE 181/6 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2011:01  13/13  TODD U GESHAMMOND  TO STAY IN TUC Transport Union chief Ron Todd has made a personal appeal to electriciancf leader Eric Hammond to keep the EETPU "within the family fold of the TC"N But at a meeting of top TGWU officials, Mr Todd stressed that his ulHon would be firm in protecting itself against "illicit attacks from the EETPU." Mr Todd said the first priority of the TGWU and the TUC was to preserve the union of Congress and to retain the electricians as an integral part of it. The EETPU has been threatened with expulsion for the (ZC snless it abandone single snHon, no-strike dealsN News headlines 101 Sport 130 Worldwide Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2004:20  13/13  TODD U2GES HAMMOND  TO STAY IN TUC Transport UlHon chief 2on Todd has made a pfrsonal appeal to electricianc' leader Eric Hammond to keep the EETPU "within the family fold of the $VC"N But at a meeting of top TGWU officials, Mr Todd stressed that his union would be firm in protecting itself against "illicit attacks from the EETPU." Mr Todd said the first priority of the TGWU and the (VC was to preserve the union of Congress and to retain the electricians as an integral part of it. The EETPU has been threatened with expulsion for the $ZC snless it abandone single snion, no-strike dealsN News headlines 101 Sport 130 Worldwide Newsfile Sport TV Guide
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:41  5/13  CN EBACK BID BY  DISGRA DD PARTY BOSS FormEr Moscow party chief Boris Yeltchn who was sacked in November for cDeking reform too fast, has made a drAl@tic appeal for his political rehabilitation "I believe my only error was to speak up at the wrong timd,B @d told the CommulHst Party conferenB@ in MosCowN He said the ldw freedom to criticise and tolerance towards opponen$s had ancouraged him to make his appealN But he was rebuffed by Kremlin No 2 Yegor Ligachev, who c—Hd he saw no grounds for changing anything in his assescldnt of Yeltsin's posation OPTION 3 FROM RUMBELOWS SEE 173 Next Story Newsfile Sport TV r—d@
P119 ORACLE 119 Fri 1 Jul ITV 2000:30  12/13  A Y FOODS WITHDRAWN   IN POISON SCARE A range of dry baby foods mad@ by Milupa has been withdrawn from sale amid a salmonella scareN Stores were remofHng the foods from shelves after the DHSS revealed that bacteria had been found in a pack of Milumil in a French factory The DHSS said Milpl@l and Apt l@l in 450 and 900gm —acks were BDing withdrawn along with Milupa infant breakfasts in 600gm packsN ThesF were l—ldd as cdven cereal, oat breakfast and a ple, and miPed fraHt with cereal All the —!Bks in6Nlfdd have a sell-by date qp to July 11  Next Story Newsfile Sport TV GuiDd