- IT IS still a comparatively rare event for a locomotive to have a book devoted to its entire lifespan but this A4, 28 page publication certainly fills the bill as far as the 09 class 0-4-4T Calbourne is concerned.
- Earlier this month the Badgers Bill completed its passage through both Houses of Parliament, and by now should have royal assent.
- IN PERFECT WEATHER, BILL O'CONNOR TACKLES THE GRAND TRAVERSE OF THE DRUS - ITS KEY A SUCCESSFUL ASCENT OF THE INFAMOUS "Z PITCH"
- There is now an option not to pay the office money element directly into the office account if the bill includes unpaid professional disbursements.
- FOR those who say the America's Cup cannot leave San Diego soon enough, Gary Jobson, the American television pundit, has this message: "If the defenders' final trial is between Dennis Conner and Bill Koch, Conner will win and the cup will stay in San Diego.
- The death penalty has featured in campaigns in Florida; in Georgia, where Mr Andrew Young, the former mayor of Atlanta who is now running for governor, has said that capital punishment is sometimes necessary; in Michigan, where the Republican Senate candidate, Mr Bill Schuette, has attacked Democratic Senator Carl Levin for opposing it; in one of this week's congressional by-elections in New York.
- PRESIDENT George Bush's top State Department official has apologised to Bill Clinton for the election "dirty tricks" campaign.
- He was released from his 12-day sentence after mental health charity Mind and a well-wisher paid his bill and costs, totalling 370.
- The table, summarising detailed observations at Selsey Bill between 1960 and 1970, still gives a fair indication of the pattern of occurrence and numbers involved.
- His phenomenally successful reign, in the wake of his outstanding achievements as a player, meant this great club Bill Shankley created became known as Kenny's kingdom.
- Because it is the convention that second reading is concerned only with general principle of the bill, textual amendments are not allowed to be proposed at this stage.
- THE ORGANISERS of the World Student Games to be held in Sheffield in 1991 intend to foot the bill for the Games, which will have to be staged for the first time without direct financial help from the host government, by raising 18m through sponsorship.
- The attic apartment perfectly fitted the bill and was much in demand.