News archive from 3 June 2015

Chelsea "making £30m transfer offer to seal Gonzalo Higuain deal'

Chelsea are making a £30million transfer offer to sign Gonzalo Higuain, according to reports. The Blues are desperate to bring in another proven goalscorer this summer to complement Diego Costa. Manchester United loanee Radamel Falcao has been in...

Metro, 00:01 in Sport
 
AMBER PEAT - Body found after desperate appeal from parents.

AMBER PEAT - Body found after desperate appeal from parents.

A body has tonight been discovered which is believed to be that of missing Mansfield schoolgirl Amber Peat. A brief statement issued tonight (Tuesday June 2) by Nottinghamshire Police said a body had been discovered and that the 13-year-old’s family...

 
AMBER PEAT - police not treating death as suspicious after body found in undergrowth

AMBER PEAT - police not treating death as suspicious after body found in undergrowth

Police have issued an updated statement saying they are not treating the death as suspicious after a body was discovered in undergrowth in Westfield Drive tonight. It is believed to be that of missing 13-year-old Amber Peat who went missing following...

 

Swipe to switch off the lights and talk to turn up the thermostat: Apple reveals smart home system to take...

Apple has revealed its plans to take over the home - and you'll be able to talk to everything from your lightbulbs to your A/C. The iPhone maker revealed the first product  to use its HomeKit system ahead of its developer conference next week. It will...

 

Is this what Leonardo da Vinci looked like? 500-year-old engraving claims to show one of world's only...

A music professor has identified what he believes to be a rare image of Leonardo da Vinci in a 500-year-old engraving.  Carved by Italian artist Marcantonio Raimondi in 1505, it shows da Vinci playing a lira da braccio - a European bowed string...

 

Avian flu outbreak that has seen 44m US birds culled could mean the end of eggs - and PLANTS could replace...

America is facing a major egg crisis due to bird flu, experts have warned. They say 25 per cent of the country's egg production is already offline due to the virus, with more producers expecting to be hit. To replace eggs, manufacturers are...

 

Michael Essien joins Panathinaikos on two-year deal having left Milan

The former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien has signed for Panathinaikos after leaving Milan. The 32-year-old, who was restricted to 22 appearances for Milan because of injuries, has signed a two-year contract with the Greek Super League runners-...

Guardian, 00:05 in Sport
 

Yves Saint Laurent ad banned for using 'unhealthily underweight' model

An advert by the fashion company Yves Saint Laurent has been banned by the UK’s advertising watchdog for using a model who appeared to be unhealthily underweight. Upholding a complaint that the model looked too thin, the Advertising Standards...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Kennedy hailed as a brave and principled leader

Kennedy hailed as a brave and principled leader

Charles Kennedy was marked out for political greatness from a young age. His promise was clear when he studied philosophy and politics at Glasgow University. In that famous nursery of political talent he was president of the Union and won the Observer...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Pet treats more calorific than fash food burgers

Pet treats more calorific than fash food burgers

THEY are delicacies dished out by the handful to pets as a treat or a reward, but may be causing more harm than good. Some of the most popular titbits given to cats and dogs contain more calories than junk food and chocolate bars, according to new...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Lord Wallace: Charles Kennedy spoke while others spun

Lord Wallace: Charles Kennedy spoke while others spun

I WAS giving a BBC interview as the newly elected MP for Orkney and Shetland, when the interviewer told me my colleague had won in Ross, Cromarty and Skye. I had barely heard of Charles Kennedy, let alone knew him; but elected on the same day as MPs...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 

Rohingya huddled in Bangladesh camps fear plan to move them on

The refugees worry the Bangladesh government wants them out of sight, perhaps to one of its islands in the Bay of Bengal, as the two countries row over what to do with a stateless minority whose search for security is driving a regional migrant...

 

Ennio Morricone: good film scores have been replaced by the bad and the ugly

Too many films are blighted by lacklustre music, with directors failing to grasp the potential of a great score to enhance the viewing experience, one of cinema’s most revered composers has said. Ennio Morricone, 88, criticised the use of “amateur”...

 

Teletubbies return with touch screens in stomachs

Eh-oh! The new incarnation of children’s TV favourite the Teletubbies has been revealed – complete with touch screens on their stomachs to cater for the digital generation. Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po will be back on the BBC later this year...

 

Susanna Reid: it's frustrating being labelled a flirt

TV presenter Susanna Reid has said that she is frustrated at being labelled a flirt. The Good Morning Britain star has been accused of flirting with David Beckham, Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, former Downton Abbey actor Dan Stevens and prime...

 


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