CORONATION Street stars have been questioned by police after a brawl broke out during a leaving do. The soap actors were out to mark Oliver Farnworth's departure from the show but the party took a dramatic turn when police were called to reports of a man being assaulted. Stars, including Lucy Fallon, Katie McGlynn, Sair Khan and Farnworth were spotted outside the bar, with a number of police outside the bar.
In the build up to New Year's Eve she's left alone with Kevin Webster's son Jack when the mechanic is called to an emergency breakdown, while Gary and Faye go out to parties. Without Faye, Gary or Kevin, Anna is alone with Jack when she tumbles down the stairs in the dark and lies unconscious in the hallway.
Add to that the reappearance of her troubled ex-husband Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) - the father of her adoptive son Simon - plus the surprise return of her sister Toyah (Georgia Taylor) on Christmas Day and it seems that Leanne's plans for a quiet Yuletide seem certain to be derailed.
The former soldier was lured out of hiding and back to the Cobbles by ex-girlfriend Kate Connor, who had realised Caz had faked her own murder before framing Maria Connor for the crime. The stalker, who has been making Maria's life hell in recent weeks before the fake murder plot came into her twisted mind, was left seething over Kate's duplicity as she was taken away to a police cell.
By not retiring and stepping aside, Karunanidhi has held the leash in DMK , however loose it may have become in recent times. "Stalin has learned everything from our leader. He works hard and as our leader Karunanidhi himself has said he is able to gauge political currents," says Tamilan Prasanna, joint secretary for media relations at DMK.
It was Grieve who directed the 1970s opening titles of Coronation Street that featured the cat curling up on a roof; he also directed the Tom Baker Doctor Who story Destiny of the Daleks, which featured the return of the famous baddies after four years, along with their creator Davros.
Fans of the ITV series can look forward to plenty of festive surprises with characters old and new, as Toyah, the youngest of the Battersby clan (Georgia Taylor), returns to the street after 14 years, Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) faces time behind bars for an illegal marriage, Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) struggles to put a cheery face on her pregnancy drama and her ex Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) waits for the mysterious lady in his life to arrive.
She died in hospital, and her family said she had recently undergone tests and was readmitted on her birthday after "feeling a little bit poorly". Now ITV has announced it will remember her with an hour-long tribute programme, to be aired on December 20. The programme will feature tributes from her family, as well as her former Corrie co-stars such as William Roache, Michael Le Vell and Sally Dynevor.
Trying to find presents for your family and friends is a chore that can be made difficult by a mammy that 'doesn't need anything' a sister who just 'wants something special' and a brother who doesn't know what he wants. Coronation Street have brought out an official colouring book full of dramatic scenes for you to colour in and it is sure to suit someone you know.
KEITH Duffy has dropped his biggest hint yet that he could be returning to the Corrie cobbles. Speaking to Soaplife magazine he said: "Corrie is something that's never left me. "I was there for 10 years on and off, from 2002 to 2011. "I loved the character of Ciaran and I'd like to think that, one day, he'll be back on the cobbles, causing more trouble and stirring things up."
Appearing in great spirits to get back to work, Helen will be reunited with her co-stars, including her on-screen parents Sally and Kevin Webster. Coronation Street Producer Kate Oates said: "The Websters have missed Rosie and so have we. "With Sophie away on holiday with her sister it seemed like the ideal time to bring Rosie back home with her for a visit.
Toyah, played by Georgia Taylor, left the Street in 2003 after starting an affair with her university tutor only for him to cheat on her with Maria Connor. Pregnant Leanne is delighted to see her sister, who arrives in tears with her nursing a broken heart and hiding a big secret but she won't be the only problem on Leanne's overfilled plate.