News Headlines - 08 January 2012

▽Stricken cargo ship breaks up off New Zealand coast - Telegraph.co.uk
A cargo ship grounded off the New Zealand coast since October has split into two pieces after being lashed by pounding seas, spilling sea containers and debris and sparking fears a fresh oil spill could wash ashore, maritime officials said on Sunday.

▽Stepping Hill: male nurse questioned over murders - Telegraph.co.uk
A male nurse who was arrested on suspicion of tampering with medical records at Stepping Hill Hospital is now being questioned on suspicion of three counts of murder and 18 counts of causing grievous bodily harm.

▽David Cameron apologises for making 'Tourette's jibe' - BBC
David Cameron has apologised after he said facing the shadow chancellor in Parliament was "like having someone with Tourette's sitting opposite you".

▽Poll reveals Britons' secret fears and hopes for 2012 - The Guardian
British people welcome cultural changes brought about by immigration, regard rising prices as the biggest threat to the country's wellbeing in 2012, and believe the Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations will lift the nation's spirits more than the Olympics, reveals a wide-ranging poll on attitudes .

▽Ants turned into 'supersoldiers' - BBC
All ant colonies are made up of insects of different "castes", including soldiers and workers. This team worked out how to "trick" developing ant larvae to turn into a rare and unusual supersoldier caste.







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