Jack Hammersley and Jorge Gill were criticised for using a pulley system to wakeboard in an underground carpark
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Saturday 16 February 2008
Leeds offered so little resistance against Sale at Edgeley Park last night that they were fortunate to acquire their three points from a second-half penalty. Sale outplayed them in all departments, and, though unable to score a bonus point, were worthy of their try in each half. Both were converted by Charlie Hodgson who also kicked five penalties for Sale, in his 100th Premiership game, to amass 19 points.
Thursday 07 February 2008
When Erica Hurer-Mackay enrolled on a higher education access course at Bedford College last September, she was advised to apply for an adult learning grant (ALG), that would entitle her to £30 a week. As a single parent with three children under 16 (pictured, right), she was eligible, and found it covered her travel costs and meant she needn't work. "Thirty pounds can make a difference if you're on a budget," she says.
Thursday 24 January 2008
Monday 21 January 2008
A man who died after being shot by police with a stun gun had fatally injured himself, detectives said last night. Armed officers were called to an incident in the Goldington area of Bedford at 7pm on Saturday after reports of a dispute between a mother and a son, Bedfordshire Police said. Officers used the Taser gun after the knife-wielding man, who was in his thirties, threatened police outside a terraced house.
Sunday 20 January 2008
Sunday 16 December 2007
Postcards from the life of Tom Varndell: two years ago, it was sun and sand in Dubai, "wish you were here" and tries galore for England Sevens immediatelyafter a first full cap for his country at Twickenham. This time last year, it was "wish I wasn't here", on loan from Leicester to Second Division Bedford, with a knee injury to top it off.
Saturday 03 June 2006
Echelon, a well-backed 15-8 favourite in the first race here yesterday, looked to be struggling halfway up the straight when trapped on the inside. But Sir Michael Stoute's filly was soon switched to the outside by Kieren Fallon who then weaved the topweight through to hit the front inside the final furlong.
Sunday 02 April 2006
Saturday 07 January 2006
Sunday 02 October 2005
Wednesday 28 September 2005
Tuesday 09 August 2005
Monday 08 August 2005
Saturday 06 August 2005
Wednesday 27 July 2005
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