18 November 2006
Arsl 1-1 Newc, Chel 1-0 W Ham, Evtn 1-0 Bltn, Ports 2-1 Watf, Rdng 2-0 Chrl, Shef 1-2 Man U.
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A man who confessed to his part in the murder of the last British soldier to die before the Good Friday peace agreement has been found dead.
Stonehenge festivities criticised
Festivities for this year's Winter Solstice at Stonehenge were well run, despite a Druid leader's claims to the contrary, heritage officials have insisted.
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Most brides dream of throwing a white wedding which will make other women green with envy.
Jose: I spoke with AVB after axe new
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho told his pupil-turned-adversary Andre Villas-Boas to move on swiftly from his sacking by Tottenham.
O'Mahony leaves it late new
Munster dished up another dose of injury-time heroics as Ronan O'Mahony's last-gasp try denied the 13-man Scarlets at Musgrave Park.
Parks wins it for Connacht
There was huge relief at the rain-lashed Sportsground as Dan Parks' late drop-goal guided Connacht to a long-awaited second win in the RaboDirect PRO12.
Police probe Nigella coke admission new
Police are to review TV cook Nigella Lawson's admission that she took cocaine.
Abbey Clancy wins Strictly new
Model Abbey Clancy has tonight won the 11th series of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing.
Keanu’s Christmas clean
Keanu Reeves has no intention of cooking during the festive season.