News archive from 8 June 2017

Review: Arcade Fire at Scunthorpe Baths Hall

Canadian rockers Arcade Fire took to the stage in Scunthorpe tonight in what is undoubtedly going to be one of the most talked about gigs this year. To say seeing a band of this level in the town is special would be a massive understatement. Arcade...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Bold drama is a class act

Last night's TV reviewed: Bold drama is a class act

I loved history and English as a lad but beyond the odd date and some fragments of lines from Macbeth, my mind’s a blank. What I do remember are the friends, the enemies, the jaw-droppingly unsuitable people in charge of us and scores of mindless,...

 
Watch why Real Madrid want AC Milan stopper Donnarumma in goal for 2018/19 season

Watch why Real Madrid want AC Milan stopper Donnarumma in goal for 2018/19 season

Los Blancos are keen to land the 18-year-old Italian who wowed fans last year by becoming the youngest goalkeeper in history to play in senior international football. After two seasons at the San Siro, Donnarumma only has one year left on his contract...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Real Madrid ready to blow Arsenal out of the water with world record Kylian Mbappe bid

Real Madrid ready to blow Arsenal out of the water with world record Kylian Mbappe bid

Real Madrid plan to kill Arsenal’s interest in Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe by submitting a world record offer for the teenager. Mbappe, 18, is wanted by a number of top European clubs this summer after a stunning breakthrough season with Monaco last...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Using clandestine tactics, Venezuela opposition gains ground with poor

While the streets of the affluent east of the Venezuelan capital Caracas overflowed with protesters during a recent anti-government march, no-one demonstrated in the west side's 23 de Enero slum. Residents of the poor hillside neighbourhood instead...

 

Teaching union emergency motion on “fast-track” recruits

Scotland’s biggest teaching union is to debate an emergency motion opposing controversial Scottish Government plans to” fast-track” new graduates into teaching at its annual general meeting which begins today. The unusual move by the Educational...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 
Rihanna’s inspiring documentary on Malawi will encourage you to change the world

Rihanna’s inspiring documentary on Malawi will encourage you to change the world

Rihanna is a style icon, philanthropist, actress and performer, and she’s continuing her mission to change the world one step at a time. The superstar visited Malawi back in January, where 50% of the population live below the poverty line; the Work...

Metro, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

‘Cut commuter times and develop an industrial strategy for Sheffield’ - CBI boss Drechsler

Cutting transport times between the cities such as Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester would spark a “quiet revolution” for the north of England’s prospects, one of the country’s leader business leaders has claimed. Mr Drechsler will also call for a...

 

Ailing flower power of young who cannot identify bluebells

Each year they form vivid carpets beneath woodland canopies, creating uplifting scenes that herald the arrival of spring and draw huge numbers of visitors to countryside hotspots, but one of the nation’s best-loved wild flowers is believed to be...

 

New mother who gave birth to baby boy after beating breast cancer is held up as proof that it IS safe for...

Sarah Murray was just 29, planning her wedding and about to start a family, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013.  'We had just set the date when I got diagnosed, the same week. So obviously, children was on our minds,' Murray, from...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Why do more black men die of prostate cancer than white men?

If caught early, prostate cancer is one of the most treatable cancers with high survival rates.  However, research has shown that black men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer than white men. New research has investigated why this...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Could barbecue meat give you CANCER? Mounting evidence says yes, experts warn just days before America's...

Cooking meat over an open fire may be linked to cancer, emerging research claims. High-temperature cooking, such as barbecuing and pan-frying, leads to the formation of carcinogenic chemicals on meat, according to a growing swell of research. These...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Could a blood test predict your chances of survival following surgery? Experts discover monitoring levels...

A simple blood test may be able to predict a patient's chances of survival following surgery, a new study suggests. High levels of a protein in the bloodstream may show that someone is suffering from underlying inflammation in their body, scientists...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 
North Korea fires what appeared to be land-to-ship missiles - South Korea

North Korea fires what appeared to be land-to-ship missiles - South Korea

North Korea fired what appeared to be multiple land-to-ship missiles off its east coast on Thursday, South Korea's military said. South Korea's Office of Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement the projectiles were launched Thursday morning from the...

 

Walker boy fights for life after being hit by a bus 'while running to get an ice-cream'

A child suffered life-threatening injuries after being hit by bus in Newcastle . The young boy was knocked down while running to the ice-cream van which was parked up on St Anthony’s Road in Walker , neighbours said. Police closed off the road at...

 


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