News archive from 3 January 2016

Petr Cech keeps Arsenal’s title dream alive during win over Newcastle

Petr Cech keeps Arsenal’s title dream alive during win over Newcastle

But only just. It was fi tting he had the last touch, clutching a ball from yet another Newcastle cross. It needed a rare goal by defender Laurent Koscielny to rescue the Gunners from a performance they would much rather forget. If Arsenal are to win...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal hails goal hero Wayne Rooney

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal hails goal hero Wayne Rooney

The Manchester United and England captain scored with a cheeky flick to lift the pressure on Van Gaal and give him his first league goal since October. It was the 238th goal of his United career, taking him past Denis Law and making him outright...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Power Pilates, Raverobics, primitive running... what will they think of next? Here's our run down of the...

Every summer the fitness community converges on Los Angeles for IDEA World – the mother of all exercise conventions. It is here that the latest – and maddest – workout trends are unveiled to Lycra-clad personal trainers (more than 14,000 of them, from...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Boogie yourself slim in 2016! ITV's Lorraine Kelly reveals how to wiggle the weight away with a unique...

Lorraine Kelly’s transformation from homely, blouse-wearing presenter to glamorous queen of daytime television was sealed when, last summer, she stripped down to a bikini to pose for the cover of a women’s magazine. This alone was an extraordinarily...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Police forces lagging behind in ethnic minority recruitment

More than two thirds of the UK's police forces have a disproportionate number of white officers compared with ethnic minority officers, figures reveal. The data shows that ethnic minority applicants have less chance of getting a job within the...

 

Owner saves drivers' bacon after pigs invade A21 again

Escaped pigs have closed a major main road for the second time in four days. The porcine trespassers got on to the A21 Sevenoaks Road, causing the London-bound carriageway to be closed for around four hours at lunchtime. It came after between 30 and...

 

Liverpool ready to seal transfer of Moussa Dembele – report

Liverpool are determined to beat Manchester United to the signing of Fulham striker Moussa Dembele, say reports. United are believed to have already held talks over a deal for Dembele, but Liverpool are also keen on the 19-year-old. And now the Daily...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 
Leicester squander chance to put title rivals under pressure

Leicester squander chance to put title rivals under pressure

It appeared nobody wanted to score in a game littered with goalscoring opportunities. Riyad Mahrez’s 59th-minute penalty was saved by Cherries keeper Artur Boruc, after skipper Simon Francis was sent off for the tackle on Jamie Vardy that conceded the...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp blasts Reds stars after West Ham loss

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp blasts Reds stars after West Ham loss

The Anfield boss laid into them after their 2-0 defeat at West Ham with a bitter blast. Klopp didn’t mince his words, even though he admitted his English just wasn’t good enough to fully express the anger he felt. He said: “We are not disappointed, we...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
Arsenal striker hopes raised as Belgian forward reveals Premier League ambitions

Arsenal striker hopes raised as Belgian forward reveals Premier League ambitions

Batshuayi, 22, is being monitored by Tottenham, Chelsea and Crystal Palace but French publication Le10Sport believe the striker will ‘shine’ at the Emirates. The newspaper also expects the Belgian to make a decision over his future shortly with...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 

Is time running out for Archers stars at the heart of Britain’s farming favourite?

Traditionally The Archers is something millions of loyal fans have been able to rely on. The radio drama, which turned 65 on New Year’s Day, has featured the same characters clanking through farmyard gates for years. Yet the natural order of Ambridge...

 

Solved: mystery of Christmas whodunnit that was a hit 66 years after publication

There is nothing more festive than an unexplained death, it seems, at least if it occurs in the pages of a seasonal whodunnit. Among a number of crime novels that did surprisingly good trade this Christmas was a title with an extra element of mystery....

 

The Observer view on Rwanda and Paul Kagame’s lust for power

One of the least surprising New Year’s announcements was that by Paul Kagame, president of Rwanda, who declared he had decided to seek a third term in 2017. In a televised address notable for its condescension and wholly misplaced sense of noblesse...

 

Owner saves drivers' bacon after pigs invade A21 again

Escaped pigs have closed a major main road for the second time in four days. The porcine trespassers got on to the A21 Sevenoaks Road, causing the London-bound carriageway to be closed for around four hours at lunchtime. It came after between 30 and...

 

New London concert hall ‘too expensive and in wrong place’

Fears that a world-class concert hall for London will be built too late and in the wrong place have been voiced by a group of classical music campaigners who have drafted a rival scheme. Instead of the planned £278m hall, intended to open in 2023 on...

 


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