News archive from 2 March 2016

EU's Schengen members urged to lift border checks to save passport-free zone

European Union countries are being urged to lift internal border controls before the end of the year, to save the “crowning achievement” of the passport-free travel zone from total collapse, according to a draft report by the European commission....

 

‘Vaccine’ which could destroy terminal cancer is being tested in the UK

A ‘vaccine’ which could battle many forms of terminal cancer is to be tested in the UK. The immunotherapy trial will examine whether a vaccine, based on fragments of a key cancer protein, is effective in stimulating the body’s own immune system to...

Metro, 00:01 in Hot News
 
David Flitcroft praises players as injury-hit Bury beat rivals Peterborough

David Flitcroft praises players as injury-hit Bury beat rivals Peterborough

Bury manager David Flitcroft hailed his makeshift side after they leapfrogged Peterborough to climb back to 13th in League One with a 3-1 win. Reece Brown was ruled out through illness and Joe Riley was injured in the warm-up so Jacob Mellis came into...

 
The mystery of the Japanese island that appeared out of the sea: Study finds Nishinoshima formed from TWO volcanic eruptions

The mystery of the Japanese island that appeared out of the sea: Study finds Nishinoshima formed from TWO...

The world's youngest islands, located off the coast of Japan, formed in two explosive phases, says researchers.  Two underwater volcanoes erupted forty years apart to form one active volcanic island, but researchers have discovered exactly how it...

 

Is there a CRUCIFIX on Mars? UFO hunters have spotted a cross on the red planet near the ruins of a...

UFO hunters have made a bizarre new 'discovery' on the red planet, and they say it has significant religious implications. The alien enthusiasts have spotted what they say is a cross on a rocky Martian hill, and, according to one conspiracy site, it...

 

How to find alien life: Researchers reveal the 'biosignature' that could help us spot extraterrestrials 

Past research has found that some planets create oxygen without the presence of biological organism , which has caused experts to believe this other worlds can sustain life. But new findings will help determine the difference between life and the...

 

Chinese overseas investment tops $1 trillion over a decade - report

LONDON, March 2 Chinese investors invested $1.03 trillion in foreign property, stocks and bonds in the decade to mid-2015, British property services firm Knight Frank calculates in its annual Wealth Report released on Wednesday. The threat of a...

 
Dolgellau Athletic once had a 19-year-old manager

Dolgellau Athletic once had a 19-year-old manager

The recent appointment of 24-year-old Niall McGuinness as manager of Welsh Premier League club Rhyl has made national headlines. McGuinness became one of the youngest bosses in British football history when he took charge of the Lilywhites last...

Daily Post, 00:06 in Sport
 
Schools urged to ban tackling in rugby by doctors

Schools urged to ban tackling in rugby by doctors

More than 70 doctors and academics are calling for a ban on tackling in rugby matches played in UK and Irish schools. In an open letter to ministers, they say injuries from this "high-impact collision sport" can have lifelong consequences...

BBC, 00:07 in Regional
 

World's super rich keep buying up luxury goods in face of wealth decline

The global super rich continued to splash out on super-yachts and luxury goods last year, despite a decline in their overall wealth in the wake of financial market turmoil. According to the latest wealth report from estate agents Knight Frank,...

Guardian, 00:08 in Business
 

MPs urge supermarkets to help farmers more despite assurances

MPs have called for supermarkets to do more to help British farmers and warned a government programme designed to offer support to the industry has turned into a “fiasco”. Two separate reports were launched by MPs after a sharp fall in the price that...

Guardian, 00:08 in Business
 

CANCER BREAKTHROUGH: ‘Switch’ found which creates super cells to kill infected ones

Researchers say the natural killer cells hunt and destroy foreign cells, including cancerous ones which can spread and form tumours. They work by delivering toxic granules into cancerous or infected cells, causing them to explode and die. Two million...

 

Robert Mugabe to face challenge from former deputy Joice Mujuru

Joice Mujuru, Zimbabwe’s former vice-president, launched a new party on Tuesday to challenge Robert Mugabe, promising to revive the economy and repair strained relations with the west. Mugabe, 92, has been president since 1987. Mujuru, 60, was his...

 

Arsenal blow as Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere suffer injury setbacks

Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere are set to miss the run in after suffering setbacks in their return from injury. Cazorla had been expected back in a fortnight from his lateral collateral ligament problem picked up in November. But the Guardian says...

Metro, 00:09 in Sport
 
Slowing factories and services put China on back foot

Slowing factories and services put China on back foot

Twin measurements of China’s economic health made grim reading today as factory activity contracted at the fastest pace for four years, while the services sector, Beijing’s big hope to revive the stuttering economy, grew at its slowest rate for seven...

 


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