News archive from 5 March 2015

Andy Murray on Scottish soil and proud to fly the flag for Britain in Davis Cup clash

Andy Murray is as close to home as professional tennis will ever take him this week and, rest assured, he sounds very fired up. Asked yesterday if there was any possibility that his well-documented views on Scottish independence might dampen his...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Sky and Boxnation set for £12million battle for UK TV rights to screen Floyd Mayweather's fight with Manny...

The UK TV rights for the Floyd Mayweather – Manny Pacquiao fight to be decided within the week are boiling down to a £12m battle between Sky and specialist boxing channel Boxnation, who have covered both boxers’ fights in recent years and would...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Sheffield Wednesday 1-2 Blackburn: Jordan Rhodes helps Rovers end away hoodoo

Jordan Rhodes scored his 13th goal of the season and Adam Henley his first for the club as Blackburn registered their first Sky Bet Championship win on the road in more than four months with a 2-1 victory at Sheffield Wednesday. Rhodes pounced on a...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Birmingham 1-0 Blackpool: Andrew Shinnie condemns Lee Clark to defeat on St Andrew's return

Andrew Shinnie's winner clinched a scrappy 1-0 victory for Birmingham over Blackpool as Lee Clark's return to St Andrew's ended in defeat. Midfielder Shinnie's first-half header sealed the points with Clark returning to Birmingham for the first time...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Norwich 0-1 Wigan: Kim Bo-kyung gives Malkay Mackay back-to-back wins to give Latics hope of survival

Norwich City's bid for a seventh successive Championship win was thwarted by a determined Wigan side who came away with a surprise 1-0 win to boost their chances of avoiding the drop. An early goal from South Korean midfielder Kim Bo-kyung proved to...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 
Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of tickets for an evening with Gervase Phinn

Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of tickets for an evening with Gervase Phinn

As part of our weekly Hottest Tickets in Town feature, we have teamed up with Hull City Council to give away a pair of tickets for performances at Hull City Hall and Hull New Theatre. Featuring every week in the Hull Daily Mail and East Riding Mail,...

 
Albion Rovers relaunch League Two title bid by going back to basics

Albion Rovers relaunch League Two title bid by going back to basics

DARREN YOUNG insists a back-to-basics approach ended Albion Rovers’ losing skid. Goals from Ross Dunlop and Mark McGuigan earned the Coatbridge side a 2-0 victory at Berwick Rangers which sent them top of League Two on Saturday night. A run of four...

 
Airdrieonians ignoring others as they focus on League One play-off push

Airdrieonians ignoring others as they focus on League One play-off push

GARY BOLLAN says he isn’t worried about the form of Airdrieonians’ promotion play-off rivals. The Diamonds gaffer watched his side pick up a third straight win, and make it just one defeat in 12 games, with Saturday’s 4-1 demolition of rock-bottom...

 
Scottish Amateur Sunday Trophy: Airdrie's Cellar Bar Colts gear up to face holders Harvester AFC

Scottish Amateur Sunday Trophy: Airdrie's Cellar Bar Colts gear up to face holders Harvester AFC

ALEXANDER CLOSE says Cellar Bar Colts can thrive in their role as underdogs – and pull off a big shock. The Airdrie & Coatbridge Sunday League side host Scottish Amateur Sunday Trophy holders Harvester AFC in the quarter-finals this weekend....

 
Scottish Amateur Cup: Gartcosh United eye last-16 victory in Ayrshire at Shortlees

Scottish Amateur Cup: Gartcosh United eye last-16 victory in Ayrshire at Shortlees

DAVID QUATE has told his Gartcosh United players to win the battle if they want to win the war. The Caledonian League Premier Division team have a tough trip to Ayrshire in the seventh round of the Scottish Amateur Cup. United face Kilmarnock-based...

 

U.S. ambassador to South Korea slashed in face by assailant

Lippert, 42, was bleeding from a facial wound but was walking after the attack as he was taken to the hospital, the witness and news reports said. A police officer said the suspected attacker was being investigated and could not immediately comment...

 
Secondary ticket websites promise greater transparency

Secondary ticket websites promise greater transparency

Four secondary ticket-selling websites have agreed to be more transparent, following pressure from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The sites re-sell tickets to music, theatre or sporting events which have previously been bought by...

BBC, 00:21 in Business
 
Downing Street's Letter To Broadcasters

Downing Street's Letter To Broadcasters

The letter reads: Dear Sue, I am writing to you in your capacity as Chair of the broadcasters' "Leaders' Debates" committee. As you know, I have had serious concerns about the way in which this has been handled from the start. Despite the...

 
When Zero means more than zero

When Zero means more than zero

They eschewed nihilism for flying saucers; shunned irascible bile for trashy b-movies; and while The Clash would issue six long players, and The Ramones would double that number (and then some), The Rezillos issued just the one album - 1978's Can't...

 
Arts News

Arts News

Heading heading heading A new, Scottish-based Latin-Afrobeat band, Poción de Fe begins a UK tour on Friday, March 6 in support of its debut single, Al Infierno, which is released this week. The band, fronted by Edinburgh-based Colombian-American...

 


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