News archive from 6 February 2017

Motorbike enthusiast from South Derbyshire appeals for return of stolen machines

Motorbike enthusiast from South Derbyshire appeals for return of stolen machines

A bike enthusiast has appealed to the public for their help in tracing his machine after two were stolen from a unit in South Derbyshire. The bikes, an orange KTM 300 EXC and a blue and white, Suzuki DR Z400 were stolen from a unit in Castle Lane...

 

Which five Premier League teams have scored the most hat-tricks?

Romelu Lukaku scored the 300th hat-trick in the history of the Premier League during Everton’s thrashing of Bournemouth this weekend.  But which five clubs have scored the most hat-tricks so far? Click through the gallery above to find out!

 

Dom Roma steps down from role as player-manager at Gainsborough Trinity

Dom Roma has resigned from his role as player manager at Gainsborough Trinity. The news was revealed in a statement on Sunday evening with Roma citing pressure on his home life as the reason behind his decision. The 31-year-old says he has been unable...

 

Laser pen culprits could face jail sentence

CULPRITS who shine laser pens at pilots, train and bus drivers could be thrown in jail a new government crackdown announced yesterday. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: “This kind of dangerous behaviour risks lives and must be stopped.” It is...

 

Protest over police killing

PROTESTERS marched to a West Yorkshire police station on Saturday demanding answers over the fatal shooting of an Asian man last month. Yassar Yaqub, 28, was stopped by police on a slip road off the M62 motorway outside Huddersfield on January 2. An...

 

Protesters take to streets to save NHS

MORE than 1,000 people rallied in Newcastle on Saturday in opposition to the dismantling and privatisation of the NHS. Campaigners loudly stated their opposition to the government’s imposition of STPs (sustainability and transformation plans) on...

 

US helps militias’ bid to encircle Raqqa

US-BACKED Syrian militias announced a new phase at the weekend in their campaign to capture Raqqa from Isis. The Syrian Democratic Forces, which includes the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), said that US-led coalition planes have provided...

 

Turkey: Over 400 arrested for alleged Isis links

ANTI-TERRORISM police have detained 445 people for alleged links to the Isis death cult, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported yesterday. Sixty suspects, the vast majority of them foreigners, were taken into custody in the capital Ankara in the early...

 

China: Beijing blasts Mattis for upping ante over islands

BEIJING accused Washington at the weekend of putting regional stability in east Asia at risk, following inflammatory remarks by US Defence Secretary James Mattis. Mr Mattis had said that a US commitment to defend Japanese territory applied to an...

 

No time for a whitewash

DEMOCRATIC and human rights have never played a part in British foreign policy in the Middle East. For the past 90 years, when not bombing the natives with mustard gas or high explosives, British governments of every stripe have backed military...

 

Petitions can make a difference

Petitions are often seen as the most low-key forms of protest, but history shows us that they can bring about political change, says KEITH FLETT THE petition remains a device of political protest in 2017 perhaps partly because it can now be done...

 

Nightmare on EU Street

You could barely invent a more contradictory situation than Brexit Britain, says ALAN SIMPSON So here’s the dilemma: the kids want to go to the cinema but can’t agree whether it should be Lion or La La Land. By a narrow majority, and lots of bickering...

 

Trump revels in dangerous chaos

The US president’s shameful Muslim ban will have far-reaching consequences, writes JESSE JACKSON PRESIDENT Donald Trump’s most recent provocation — suddenly issuing an order banning the admission into the United States of refugees and immigrants from...

 

Miracle man Jesus has second coming

Brazilian striker displays divine inspiration to net twice for Manchester City 2 Manchester City 1 Swansea City by James Nalton at Eastlands SERGIO AGUERO is one of the best strikers ever to grace the English league, but he’s currently being kept out...

 

Wales stage second-half comeback and shut out Italians in Rome

Italy 7-33 Wales WALES staged a strong second-half recovery to begin their Six Nations campaign in winning fashion against Italy yesterday at Stadio Olimpico. But they will need a considerable improvement to threaten next Saturday’s opponents England...

 


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