News archive from 4 October 2016

Liverpool injury blow: Key man can hardly walk after picking up knock in Swansea win

Liverpool injury blow: Key man can hardly walk after picking up knock in Swansea win

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Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal scores impossible goal during training

A 20ft fence and a goalpost facing the opposite way from which you were shooting would put off many from even attempting it. But Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal was unfazed during a recent training session as he pulled off the seemingly impossible...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
UK faces critical shortage of homes to rent, says Rics

UK faces critical shortage of homes to rent, says Rics

The UK is facing a "critical rental shortage" which requires a building programme to focus on providing for tenants, a surveyors' body has said. At least 1.8 million more households will be looking to rent rather than buy a home by 2025, the...

BBC, 00:06 in Regional
 
Pressure to look perfect hits girls' confidence, say Guides

Pressure to look perfect hits girls' confidence, say Guides

Girls in the UK are markedly less confident about their looks than they were five years ago, research by Girlguiding suggests. Just 61% of 1,627 seven- to 21-year-old girls polled for the 2016 Girls' Attitudes Survey felt happy about their bodies,...

BBC, 00:06 in Regional
 
Canada deal seals major trade boost for Welsh Lamb exports

Canada deal seals major trade boost for Welsh Lamb exports

Sheep farming in Wales received a major export boost with news of a deal to supply Welsh Lamb to more than 300 stores in Canada. Welsh Lamb has been available in eastern Canada for a few years but its availability was relatively small. Now a major...

 

Aberdeen scientists find schizophrenia gene link

New evidence linking a previously misunderstood gene to mental illnesses could pave the way for new treatments, research suggests. Aberdeen University scientists have discovered that a gene formerly associated with high blood pressure could increase...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Health
 
Jo Cox case latest: Thomas Mair due to enter plea at Old Bailey

Jo Cox case latest: Thomas Mair due to enter plea at Old Bailey

THE MAN accused of murdering Batley and Spen MP Jo Cox is due to appear at the Old Bailey this morning. Thomas Mair, 53, is accused of shooting and stabbing Labour MP Mrs Cox, 41, outside Birstall Library on June 16. He is charged with murder,...

 
Nominate a worthy local eco-project to help them win £25,000 and keep the country green

Nominate a worthy local eco-project to help them win £25,000 and keep the country green

WE ALL have a responsibility to protect the world around us. From recycling to preserving natural resources and turning down the heating to help combat climate change, to walking to the shops instead of taking the car, we can all do our bit to help....

 

Brian Ferguson: Plenty of twists and turns left in film studio saga

There is nothing like a cinematic twist or two to jolt the senses of an audience safe in the knowledge of where the ending was heading. You How ironic, then, that the saga over a Scottish film studio has burst back into life when it seemed to be on...

 
Hull hooker Danny Houghton crowned Man of Steel in Super League for 2016

Hull hooker Danny Houghton crowned Man of Steel in Super League for 2016

The Hull hooker and vice-captain, 28, has enjoyed a fine season and was named man of the match in his side's Challenge Cup final victory over Warrington in August. Houghton was presented with the award at a gala dinner at Lancashire Cricket Club in...

 
How the birthplace of denim is making jeans again

How the birthplace of denim is making jeans again

Although jeans are often associated with North America, the material they are made from - denim - actually originates from the Southern French city of Nimes. And now a small company has started making jeans in the birthplace of denim. In his small...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Are killer bots about to do away with smartphone apps?

Are killer bots about to do away with smartphone apps?

Is the smartphone app doomed? To look at the stats you wouldn't think so: Apple has two million of them in its App Store and Google Play has a few hundred thousand more than that. Total app downloads have passed the 150 billion mark. But some are...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Syria conflict: US suspends talks with Russia

Syria conflict: US suspends talks with Russia

The US has said it is suspending talks with Russia over Syria, accusing Moscow of having "failed to live up" to its commitments under a ceasefire deal. Washington blamed Russia and the Syrian government for intensifying their attacks against...

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 
Whistle-blower who took on Spain's ruling elite

Whistle-blower who took on Spain's ruling elite

Is ruining a comfortable, middle-class life a price worth paying, if it means bringing rich and powerful people to justice on alleged corruption charges? Ana Garrido thinks it is. The 50-year-old former civil servant's personal investigation played a...

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 

Italy get ready for Spain showdown as coach Giampiero Ventura insists Turin clash will not be decisive to...

Veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon appeared relaxed as Italy prepared for Thursday's heavyweight tussle with Spain in Turin.  The 38-year-old Juventus shot-stopper plans to hand up his boots and gloves after the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Italy host...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 


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