PUBLISHED: 09:30 19 May 2018 Golf club and ball Archant The Harvey Gillingham Salvers were played for at East Devon Golf Club, writes Paul Willoughby. Played in fours, this was a pairs, better-ball Stableford from the white tees with 90 per cent handicap allowance. Wossat? You play in pairs and the better ball is scored. OK? For some, the extra ingredient of playing with a partner adds a spark to the game and the leading sparkling exponents of the competition were father and son team, Paul and Robin Murray, who won the Salvers with a stunning net 60. Well done, Murrays. Second was the team of Tony Beck and Robert Barnes with a net score of 62 and third were Julian Turnbull and Bill Peaker with 63. Also in the prizes were Donald Peek and Alastair Mackenzie-Ross, also with 63. There were 53 pairs and twelve had twos; Guy Peters and David Blick both has two of them at the fourth and the 10th. Well done all. … [Read more...] about East Devon Harvey Gillingham Salvers success for Paul and Robin Murray
Scotland 14 May 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-44106983 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Academics are to assess the economic value of Robert Burns to Scotland.A team at the University of Glasgow will also look at the future potential for the bard to boost jobs in hotels, restaurants and tourism. Led by Prof … [Read more...] about How much is Robert Burns worth to Scotland?
Over two years ago, Robert Downey Jr. promised a third Sherlock Holmes movie would finally start filming. Finally, years after the sequel A Game of Shadows reached cinemas, Warner Bros. has announced Sherlock Holmes 3 and confirmed a release date. Both Downey and side-kick Jude Law will return to the series for the third instalment, out 25 December 2020. Whether Guy Ritchie will return to helm the movie remains unknown – the director is currently working on Disney’s live-action adaptation of Aladdin, while reports recently circulated that Ritchie was returning to his roots with the British gangster flick Toff Guys. 27 films to look out for in the first half of 2018 27 show all 27 films to look out for in the first half of 2018 1/27 Released: 12 February Director: Ryan Coogler Cast: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Forest Whitaker, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman 2/27 Released: 1 January Director: Michael Gracey Cast: Hugh … [Read more...] about Sherlock Holmes 3 release date announced, Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law returning to series
A host of Scots stars last night revealed what they love AND hate about Scotland in a new tourism ad. Sir Chris Hoy admitted that he hates potholes while Brian Cox enjoys wandering about Edinburgh streets that haven’t changed since Robert Louis Stevenson’s time. The three-minute film, shown on a prime-time slot on STV, was made by the National Trust for Scotland. Called For The Love of Scotland, it looked at the country’s positives and negatives through the eyes of rugby players Stuart Hogg and Finn Russell, Loose Women presenter Andrea McLean, archeologist Neil Oliver and former Scotland manager Alex McLeish. Among the stars is actor Butler – who despairs over our famous midges. The weather gets both barrels – the long dark winters, cold, drizzly rain, sunburn on hot days and the sight of men whipping their taps aff. But the celebrities, and other National Trust supporters and volunteers, do a great job of selling the country’s good points. … [Read more...] about Sir Chris Hoy, Judy Murray and Alex McLeish join Scots stars in new tourism ad
Newshub can now reveal more dishonesty from the double-killer who lied at David Tamihere's murder trial. Robert Harris used falsified documents to try and sue Corrections for $25,000 and also lied about providing financial support for the children of a couple he murdered. It was April 2010 when Harris concocted an elaborate scheme from his prison cell to fabricate a case against Corrections. Tamihere murder trial perjurer named as Robert Conchie Harris Revealed: The crimes of Tamihere murder trial perjurer Robert Conchie Harris The story went like this. While at a cafe in Albany, a Corrections staff member lost his prison file containing sensitive information and addresses. Harris, his grandmother, his sister and one of his victims were subsequently sent threatening letters from anonymous thugs. The letter to his grandmother and a girl Harris had sexually assaulted contained the following threats: "We know were you's live...you'll be bashed an raped, acid thrown in your faces to … [Read more...] about David Tamihere secret witness Robert Harris tried to sue Corrections with fake threats