News archive from 5 May 2018

Gary Neville on Manchester United: ‘Either the manager or the players have to go’

Gary Neville on Manchester United: ‘Either the manager or the players have to go’

Gary Neville suggested that Jose Mourinho could deserve the sack following Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat to Brighton. Six changes were made to the team that got the better of Arsenal and the Red Devils looked disjointed from the start at Falmer...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Matt Busby was like a kid in a sweet shop when we won the European Cup... Paddy Crerand on glory days after...

The reaching of three European Cup finals in four years is an extraordinary achievement for anyone. It was, however, a mere walk in the San Siro, a casual wander down Wembley Way, a day in the sun in Lisbon for Sarah Crerand, a daughter of Donegal and...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Tiger Woods finds last-gasp birdie to make the cut at Quail Hollow

Tiger Woods finds last-gasp birdie to make the cut at Quail Hollow

Tiger Woods waited until his final hole at the Wells Fargo championship to record the first birdie of his round and it got him just inside the cut line. Having struggled with his putter in both rounds at Quail Hollow, Woods found an 18-foot putt on...

Guardian, 00:07 in Sport
 

The science behind the greenest festival in Europe

If you like music festivals and love the environment you’ll probably be interested in the science behind one of the greenest celebrations in Europe. Most of us probably think the majority of music festivals are sustainable just because they take place...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Royal wedding could give £80m lift to Britain's economy

Royal wedding could give £80m lift to Britain's economy

The royal wedding could provide a shot in the arm of more than £80m for the country’s slowing economy as retailers, pubs and hoteliers look to cash in on Harry and Meghan’s looming nuptials. The tourist authority VisitBritain said about 50,000...

Guardian, 00:12 in Business
 
Love Island’s Gabby Allen ‘was a shoulder to cry on for Dan Osborne amid Jacqueline Jossa split rumours’

Love Island’s Gabby Allen ‘was a shoulder to cry on for Dan Osborne amid Jacqueline Jossa split rumours’

Love Island star Gabby Allen has reportedly been a ‘shoulder to cry on’ for Dan Osborne amid his reported relationship woes with wife and EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa. Jacqueline – who is pregnant with the couple’s second child – broke her silence...

Metro, 00:14 in Showbiz
 

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Talking Horses: Gustav Klimt can bag Guineas for master trainer O’Brien

Talking Horses: Gustav Klimt can bag Guineas for master trainer O’Brien

The abrupt emergence of Masar as a potential Classic winner gives the 2,000 Guineas today at Newmarket a familiar Godolphin versus Ballydoyle look, but one of the more open renewals of recent years has several more genuine contenders in the field....

Guardian, 00:21 in Sport
 
Women’s FA Cup final: Arsenal out to show they are back against Chelsea

Women’s FA Cup final: Arsenal out to show they are back against Chelsea

By the time the final whistle approaches, the evening sun will have dipped, casting long shadows across Wembley’s wide expanses. As the television cameras zoom in to capture the starkly contrasting emotions of winners and losers, the answers to a...

Guardian, 00:21 in Sport
 

Premiership rugby weekend guide: Matt Banahan makes final appearance for Bath and Nick Schonert has a last...

It's the final round of the Aviva Premiership before the semi-finals and then showpiece at Twickenham.  Sportsmail runs you through the remaining fixtures of the regular season ahead of this weekend's action.    BATH v LONDON IRISH (Saturday -The Rec...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

UK to build international coalition against Russia

Britain will use a series of gatherings of world leaders this year – the G7, G20, Nato and EU summits – to try to build a global coalition opposing Russia after chemical attacks in Syria and the UK. The Government plans to shift its strategy from...

The Week, 00:32 in Auto
 
José Mourinho blames loss at Brighton on Manchester United bit-part players

José Mourinho blames loss at Brighton on Manchester United bit-part players

José Mourinho has pointed to the disjointed displays offered by Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial as justification for their bit-part roles this season after Brighton secured a first win over Manchester United since 1982 to confirm top flight...

Guardian, 00:37 in Sport
 
4 midwives share their most incredible birth stories on International Day of the Midwife

4 midwives share their most incredible birth stories on International Day of the Midwife

Ask any woman who has given birth, any fretful father or any obstetrician, and they’ll tell you that a midwife’s role goes far beyond the job spec. As well as mental and physical support, midwives empower women to get through birth safely. They...

Metro, 00:41 in Lifestyle
 

Heckmondwike, Norristhorpe, Roberttown and Hartshead - updated February 15

HECKMONDWIKE CHRISTADELPHIANS - Sunday's Bible talk was Parable - The Prodigal Son and was given by Neil Galilee from York. This week the Sunday School will meet at 9.30am and at 6pm, the Bible Talk will be How was man created? and will be given by...

 


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