News archive from 3 April 2016

NHS has 70,000 fewer staff after new headcount

NHS has 70,000 fewer staff after new headcount

The NHS, already struggling to meet rising demand with a chronic lack of staff, has 70,000 fewer personnelworking for it than ministers have previously believed, new official figures show. Its own data collection experts have found that the official...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 
Probe launched after 30 pupils excluded from primary school

Probe launched after 30 pupils excluded from primary school

Education chiefs have backed a second pupil barred from a school at the centre of a growing storm over revelations 30 children, some under five-years-old, have been excluded. And the trust that runs Nonsuch Primary, which became an academy at the...

 
Nonsuch Primary School

Nonsuch Primary School

School name Nonsuch Primary School Local authority Birmingham Rating Overall 16.1/100 Rank 14,089/14,865 Attainment Teaching Progress Attendance We've analysed all the government data to bring you the rundown on your local primary schools. Here...

 
Dundee United’s youth coach Stevie Campbell quits and will take club to employment tribunal

Dundee United’s youth coach Stevie Campbell quits and will take club to employment tribunal

Dundee United youth coach Stevie Campbell has quit the club – and broken his silence on the rift between him and the Tannadice side that led to him being suspended by the Premiership strugglers. Campbell – the former Dundee, Livingston and Brechin...

The Courier, 00:04 in Sport
 
Clinique, Elemis and L’Occitane: The best facial cleansers

Clinique, Elemis and L’Occitane: The best facial cleansers

Nothing beats the feeling of fresh, clean skin at the end of the day. And while we might not all get round to cleansing, toning and moisturising like our mothers taught us, most of us know that a quick swipe with a face wipe isn’t enough. Get this...

 
Will YOU be ditching the tights? April is the month to go bare-legged, it's revealed

Will YOU be ditching the tights? April is the month to go bare-legged, it's revealed

A quarter of women consider it socially unacceptable to go bare legged at work in March, it's been revealed. But that's all about to change tomorrow morning. The first of April is said to be the day women will dare to bare their legs for the first...

 
Australian SUPERMODEL watch: Can you name this blonde beauty?

Australian SUPERMODEL watch: Can you name this blonde beauty?

Elle Macpherson to Miranda Kerr, Tash Oakley.  Australia is known for producing a bevy of beach-loving beauties who go on to grace international catwalks, advertising campaigns and magazines.  Some have shot to Victoria’s Secret stardom, while others...

 
REVEALED: What the colour of your clothes REALLY say about you

REVEALED: What the colour of your clothes REALLY say about you

A study of 2,000 Brits examined the relationship between the colours we wear at work and their impact on our moods and found that those feeling stressed and angry are more likely to choose black. For those feeling more positive about life, yellow is...

 
Elemis, Elizabeth Arden and Clarins: The 8 best illuminating skincare products

Elemis, Elizabeth Arden and Clarins: The 8 best illuminating skincare products

From left: Clarins Booster Energy £30, available from Clarins counters and clarins.co.uk (from April 17) Got a favourite skincare product, but want it to do something extra? Add a couple of drops of Clarins Booster Energy to your moisturiser, weekly...

 
Academy plan could cost £1.3bn, says Labour

Academy plan could cost £1.3bn, says Labour

Labour is predicting the government's plan to convert all England's state schools to academies could cost more than £1.3bn. The party says the figure is based on a Parliamentary written answer which shows the government paid £66,000 per school for...

BBC, 00:05 in Regional
 

NATIONAL LOTTERY RESULTS: Winning numbers for Saturday, April 2, 2016

The National Lottery Lotto and Thunderball draws have been made for Saturday, April 2, 2016 - so are you feeling lucky? Tonight's rollover Lotto jackpot is an estimated £ 33.2m. The winning Lotto numbers are 7, 14, 20, 33, 47, 55 and the bonus ball is...

 
Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor: I’m active in an everyday way

Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor: I’m active in an everyday way

Which beauty products do you love?  Aromatherapy Associates bath oils and body creams and Elemis Skin Nourishing Milk Bath. What are your essential cosmetics? A black eyeliner pen by MAC or Lancôme Artliner 24H, La Prairie foundation and bright...

 
Can YOU see why this clip of Mexican weather presenter Susana Almeida has gone viral?

Can YOU see why this clip of Mexican weather presenter Susana Almeida has gone viral?

Susana Almeida was just a weather girl in Mexico until this clip of her presenting on live TV went viral.  While Susana was telling the nation what kind of weather to expect, viewers had other things on their mind.  Wearing a black sleeveless top, the...

 
‘We won’t accept a coup’: groups unite to save beleaguered Dilma Rousseff

‘We won’t accept a coup’: groups unite to save beleaguered Dilma Rousseff

The song of a bygone struggle against dictatorship echoed through Brazil’s cities last week as trade unionists, social activists and musicians rallied against what they see as a “coup” against president Dilma Rousseff. Geraldo Vandré’s 1968 melody Pra...

 
How the Queen led the way in power-dressing for the world stage

How the Queen led the way in power-dressing for the world stage

When Princess Elizabeth was two-and-a-half-years old in November 1929, John Logie Baird staged his first experimental television broadcasts in London. The flickering pictures were black and white, consisting of only 30 lines of definition. When she...

 


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