Results 1 - 20 of 701 in March, England
Daniel Radcliffe has won magical reviews for his latest stage role as a disabled Irish dreamer in Martin McDonagh's "The Cripple of Inishmaan." Comment?
PLANS for Fenland District Council to build 22 new homes on a disused allotment in March have been replaced with a plan for Roddons to build 31. Initially, the council wanted to get the go ahead for the new mini estate and then pass the building work to Now, however, the initial scheme has been scrapped and a larger one put in its place by Roddons ... (more) Comment?
Rob Tombs, fresh from 185 the previous week, smacked 73 as March II claimed back-to back CCA Senior Division One wins, beating Great Shelford by 75 runs. Comment?
Anglia Co-operative Badgeney Road store staff Donna Wellings and Sue Bird with Cpl Ward, Sgt MacRae, Cpl Ogden, Sylvia Keane, Joan Munns and museum vice-chairman Richard Munns. Comment?
A district councillor has apologised after calling another driver an arsehole then telling him "drop dead." Comment?
The fire service was called at 11.20pm to Grounds Avenue, where an outbuilding was on fire and had spread to a house. Comment?
We know the names of every one of the 4,479 Americans who were killed and the 32,200 who were wounded, both civilian and military, between March 20, 2003 and Oct. 21, 2011, the day President Barack Obama, fulfilling a campaign promise, declared the last American soldier would leave Iraq before the end of the year. Comment?
Protesters walk together from the centre of Enniskillen in Northern Ireland on June 17, 2013 towards the security fences of the G8 Summit. Comment?
World leaders have gathered at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland for what may be a potentially awkward clash over Syria, with the US and Russia openly backing rival sides in the civil war. Comment?
BOASTFUL managing director David Worrall drank champagne to toast completion of a 2 million leisure complex but the next day he quit. Comment?
First session: September 1, 2009. Last date to add: September 2, 2015. Reading assignment: New York Times articles delivered daily to students on the 70th anniversary of original publication date. Comment?
THE deputy chief constable of Cambridgeshire, a father of three from March and a cricketer from East Cambs and the founder of Whittlesey Straw Bear festival feature in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Comment?
Marchers carry an equality banner in last year's Portland Pride Parade. This year's parade includes first-time marchers: Portland Fire & Rescue, the Timbers Army, and Intel. Comment?
Police Service of Northern Ireland Assistant Chief Constable Alistair Finlay said he was expecting "relatively small numbers" of protesters to target the summit - but thousands of police from Britain are being deployed in the largest ever security operation in the territory. Comment?
A WOMAN who had permission to build a bungalow on a plot behind her garage has been told she can no longer develop the land under a new ruling by Fenland District Council. Comment?
The Orchards Day Nursery will open at 50 Knights End Road, March, the site of the former Buttercups day nursery. Comment?
British Prime Minister David Cameron colours in the eye of a Daruma doll, a Japanese tradition symbolising the completion of a goal or project, watched by Nissan executive vice-president Andy Palmer during a visit to the Nissan factory in Sunderland, north-east England, on March 28, 2013. Comment?
US immigrant Dr Thom Brooks says Life in the UK test is inconsistent in what it requires new citizens to know Emperor Claudius on a bronze sestertius. Comment?
Lions captain Sam Warburton will go into Saturday's encounter with the Waratahs knowing that he has to fight for his Test place, after Warren Gatland reiterated his commitment to selection on merit. Comment?
The British citizenship test taken by 150,000 people every year has the intellectual rigour of a "bad pub quiz", a report suggests. Comment?