News archive from 4 September 2016

Andy Murray reaches last 16 of US Open with hard-fought win over Paolo Lorenzi

Andy Murray will have to play better if wants to win the US Open but he did enough to make the last 16 with a four-set victory over Italy's Paolo Lorenzi. Murray might have hoped for a less demanding workout, with sterner tests to come, but the Scot...

Belper News, 00:01 in Sport
 
Hate crimes prosecutions fall despite rise in reporting

Hate crimes prosecutions fall despite rise in reporting

Hate crime prosecutions in England and Wales fell by almost 10% last year even though the number of recorded incidents increased, figures have suggested. Freedom of Information figures suggest hate crimes increased by 20% last year, to more than...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 

Andy Murray beats Paolo Lorenzi in four sets to progress to fourth round of US Open men's singles 

It will be Friends Reunited for Andy Murray in the second week of the US Open after he survived an awkward, error-strewn encounter to make the fourth round. Flatter than Central Park’s tranquil boating lake for the first two sets, the world number two...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Germany ramp up preparations with world champions set to kick off World Cup qualification against Norway

Germany prepared for their game against Norway on Sunday with a training session in Oslo. The world champions are looking to retain the famous World Cup trophy, although they will need to qualify for the competition in Russia first. Joachim Low's side...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

London Welsh on verge of closure as former Aviva Premiership team could be wound up in High Court

Cash-strapped former Aviva Premiership club London Welsh could be wound up in the High Court over a tax bill and have failed to pay their players or rent at their Old Deer Park home. Welsh, one of England’s oldest clubs, were relegated from the...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Kell Brook 'fell out of love with boxing' before landing middleweight super-fight with Gennady Golovkin

Kell Brook admits he fell out of love with the sport during two years in the wilderness but says Saturday’s clash with Gennady Golovkin will provide a chance to write his name into the history books. Last month brought up two years since Brook beat...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
Albion Rovers 3 St Mirren 4: Buddies need extra-time but progress to fourth round of IRN-BRU Cup

Albion Rovers 3 St Mirren 4: Buddies need extra-time but progress to fourth round of IRN-BRU Cup

Albion Rovers 3 St Mirren 4 ALEX RAE last night demanded his side get its act together defensively after St Mirren were given a real fright by part-time Albion Rovers. Brothers Ross and Mick Dunlop had the League One side in the driving seat and...

 
North Wales football results: September 2 and 3

North Wales football results: September 2 and 3

Dafabet Welsh Premier League Bangor City 4 Aberystwyth Town 0, Carmarthen Town 0 Llandudno 1, gap Connah's Quay 1 Bala Town 1. Huws Gray Alliance Caernarfon Town 5 Gresford Athletic 1, Conwy Borough 3 Penrhyncoch 1, Guilsfield 5 Denbigh Town 0,...

Daily Post, 00:05 in Sport
 
THREE people hurt after being thrown off carnival ride at Ayr Racecourse

THREE people hurt after being thrown off carnival ride at Ayr Racecourse

THREE people have been hurt after being thrown from a fairground ride in Ayr . Emergency services were called to an incident involving a ride at Ayr Racecourse at 9.30pm. Police tell us a number of people have been taken to Ayr and Crosshouse...

 

Theresa May rules out snap election and warns of 'difficult times'

There will be no snap general election before 2020, Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted in her first major interview since taking office. Mrs May told The Andrew Marr Show the country needed a period of stability after the shockwaves of the...

 

Schoolchildren who struck over inhuman treatment

‘The Higdons’ struggle against inadequate facilities and the message such inadequacies send our children about the value placed on their education by society endures in today’s schools,’ says CHRIS SMITH If asked to name the home county of the...

 

Donjuan should have his way at Haydock

Our tipster casts his expert eye over the pick of the weekend’s meets IT’S another huge Saturday of racing with the Haydock Park Sprint the feature event of the day at 4.30. With rain forecast it may be wise to avoid the likely favourite Limato and...

 

Qualifying is a must for the tartan army

But Strachan’s tired team selection might make the job hard, warns ANDREW MUIRHEAD SCOTLAND will kick off their World Cup qualifying campaign away to Malta tomorrow and once the tournament begins in the summer of 2018, it will be 20 years since...

 

Borderline questions

In Edinburgh last week, Jeremy Corbyn outlined Labour’s new national vision for the arts. But what will it mean for Scotland in particular, wonders CHRIS BARTTER “IN EVERY one of us is a poet, a writer, a singer of songs, an artist,” Jeremy Corbyn...

 

Three people in hospital after fairground incident

Three people have been taken to hospital following an incident at a fairground in Ayr. The incident is thought to have taken place at a funfair close to where Saturday's Scottish international air show took place. Three people have been taken to Ayr...

 


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