# the-sun - Yesterday’s News
Welcome to part one of our Carbon Monoxide Week series.
# the-sun - Thursday 27 June, 2013
George Osborne’s decision to have a burger has caused some controversy in the UK…
# the-sun - Wednesday 26 June, 2013
The name-change is part of a broader restructuring and splitting of Murdoch’s newspaper and entertainment operations.
# the-sun - Tuesday 18 June, 2013
Journalist Nick Parker faces three counts of conspiracy to commit misconduct over alleged payments to a prison officer and police officer.
# the-sun - Thursday 13 June, 2013
# the-sun - Tuesday 4 June, 2013
The N-Dubz singer was caught in a sting by The Sun newspaper.
# the-sun - Thursday 16 May, 2013
“You cared nothing for the privacy of others but did everything you could through your computer activities to hide your own identities while seeking publicity,” a judge told the four men.
# the-sun - Saturday 6 April, 2013
The former Sun editor oversaw the paper’s controversial reporting on the Hillsborough disaster.
# the-sun - Thursday 4 April, 2013
# the-sun - Monday 28 January, 2013
Warning: contains a healthy dose of irony.
# the-sun - Monday 31 December, 2012
The airline said that they had decided to take legal action over what they termed as “false and inaccurate claims”.
# the-sun - Thursday 6 December, 2012
From respite care to maternity benefit to PRSI, today’s newspapers saw Budget 2013 as a broad hit on many groups in society.
# the-sun - Wednesday 28 November, 2012
The High Court was told this morning that the pop manager’s High Court defamation case against Newsgroup had been settled.
The X Factor judge is suing over an article published in the Sun newspaper in June last year.
# the-sun - Tuesday 20 November, 2012
Andy Coulsen and Rebekah Brooks, two former senior figures at News International, have been charged over alleged corrupt payments to public officials.
# the-sun - Sunday 4 November, 2012
In the texts, Cameron praises a horse he rode while Brooks tells him that she cried during his speech at a Conservative Party conference.
# the-sun - Wednesday 26 September, 2012
The former editor of The Sun, which printed the infamous ‘The Truth’, headline following the Hillsborough disaster is seeking recompense from the police force involved.
# the-sun - Tuesday 18 September, 2012
Former newspaper editor behind infamous ‘The Truth’ headline doorstepped by Channel 4 News today but he refused to answer questions.
# the-sun - Wednesday 12 September, 2012
“Today the truth, tomorrow… justice” reads The Scotsman while the Times describes events as “vindication for Hillsborough families after 23-year struggle.”
Relatives of the 96 people who died at Hillsborough today got to see previously unseen documents about what happened at the stadium.
The former editor of The Sun newspaper said he was “totally misled” into running the story, families of the 96 victims of the stadium disaster said it was “too little, too late” from the “clever lowlife”.
# the-sun - Friday 24 August, 2012
An ABC report shows sales in both the daily and Sunday newspaper segments as having fallen in the last 12 months.
# the-sun - Thursday 23 August, 2012
The royal family issued threats to anyone who printed the Prince Harry pictures. So newspapers had to get creative…
# the-sun - Monday 20 August, 2012
A new two-year study – monitoring suspected changes in the star’s shape – reveal a more rounded sphere than expected.
# the-sun - Thursday 14 June, 2012
The British prime minister will face questions about his relationship with Rupert Murdoch.
# the-sun - Monday 11 June, 2012
The former British Prime Minister kicked off a week of senior political witnesses at the inquiry into British media ethics which also heard from current Chancellor George Osborne.
# the-sun - Sunday 3 June, 2012
The transit of the planet Venus across the face of the sun is an almost once in a lifetime event that was captured back in 2004 and will be visible again this coming week.
# the-sun - Monday 28 May, 2012
The protester called the former British prime minister a war criminal and had to be forcibly removed from the inquiry courtroom.
# the-sun - Wednesday 2 May, 2012
The Twitterati were practically queuing up to condemn The Sun’s controversial front page today.
# the-sun - Sunday 22 April, 2012
The Bolton footballer also thanked Dr Andrew Deaner for helping to save his life.
# the-sun - Sunday 1 April, 2012
Astronomers recorded the event this week by placing a telescope on board the Solar Discovery Observatory satellite.
# the-sun - Thursday 15 March, 2012
The boxer has described himself as “an ex-professional unable to earn a living” in light of the punishment.
# the-sun - Monday 12 March, 2012
It was suggested last week that wolf-whistling could be banned in the UK – but it appears that the controversy emerged from a Council of Europe convention on violence against women. Ireland is currently studying its recommendations.
# the-sun - Friday 2 March, 2012
The revelation comes after days of speculation about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive and her former police horse.
A damages claim by Manchester United and Wales footballer against the Sun newspaper was thrown out by a British High Court judge today.
# the-sun - Wednesday 29 February, 2012
The Leveson inquiry today heard evidence from one police investigator who said the former News International chief executive was targeted on a weekly basis.
# the-sun - Tuesday 28 February, 2012
The former editor of the Sun and the News of the World was lent the retired horse for two years by the Metropolitan Police.
# the-sun - Monday 27 February, 2012
The senior police officer leading the phone hacking probe gave evidence to the Leveson inquiry into media ethics today.
# the-sun - Sunday 26 February, 2012
The paper has launched a Sunday edition less than year after News International shut down its Sunday tabloid, the News of The World.
# the-sun - Monday 20 February, 2012
The new paper will fill the gap left when The News of the World closed last summer at the height of the hacking scandal.