News archive from 8 September 2016

Demand for NHS care is dangerously high, says thinktank

Demand for NHS care is dangerously high, says thinktank

Demand for NHS care has reached record levels, with unprecedented numbers of patients being treated in A&E units, a new report reveals. But that has left hospitals dangerously full and growing numbers of patients who need to be admitted are having...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 

Eoin Morgan blames change in conditions for England's T20 humbling by Pakistan

Eoin Morgan insists England were undone by a rapid change in conditions at Old Trafford in their nine-wicket NatWest Twenty20 trouncing by Pakistan. England's captain chose to bat first in the one-off day-night fixture, but soon lived to regret his...

Belper News, 00:02 in Sport
 
TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

0 Have your say THE BRUTAL murder of Titchfield woman Paula Poolton will be the subject of a new two-part BBC documentary . Conviction: Murder At The Station will follow the relaunched investigation into the 2008 murder of Mrs Poolton as a charity...

 
Shari Low says former Apple bigwig knocked back for a job at Apple store is first in her middle aged huff club

Shari Low says former Apple bigwig knocked back for a job at Apple store is first in her middle aged huff club

REMEMBER the old days when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, ageism wasn’t an “ism” and we all thought that everyone over the age of 40 was ancient? Oh, and the over-40s didn’t care about that disparaging slant because back then, no one took offence to...

 

Man in court over Wayne Rooney mansion break-in bid

A man has appeared in court charged with the attempted burglary of Wayne Rooney's Cheshire mansion as the footballer played his testimonial match. Robert McNamara, 24, stood in the dock at Cheshire Crown Court during a brief appearance on Wednesday....

 
Man United boss Jose Mourinho could drop star man for City clash

Man United boss Jose Mourinho could drop star man for City clash

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Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
Chelsea star Eden Hazard takes swipe at Jose Mourinho: Why I prefer Antonio Conte

Chelsea star Eden Hazard takes swipe at Jose Mourinho: Why I prefer Antonio Conte

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Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 

Man in court over Wayne Rooney mansion break-in bid

A man has appeared in court charged with the attempted burglary of Wayne Rooney's Cheshire mansion as the footballer played his testimonial match. Robert McNamara, 24, stood in the dock at Cheshire Crown Court during a brief appearance on Wednesday....

 
TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

0 Have your say THE BRUTAL murder of Titchfield woman Paula Poolton will be the subject of a new two-part BBC documentary . Conviction: Murder At The Station will follow the relaunched investigation into the 2008 murder of Mrs Poolton as a charity...

 
US Open 2016: Andy Murray crashes out with five-set defeat to Kei Nishikori

US Open 2016: Andy Murray crashes out with five-set defeat to Kei Nishikori

The world number two made his earliest Grand Slam exit of the year, losing 6-1 4-6 6-4 1-6 5-7 after three hours and 57 minutes of gruelling tennis in New York. Nishikori, seeded sixth, will face either Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina or...

Daily Star, 00:15 in Sport
 

The XV Paralympic Games opens at the Maracana Stadium with a carnival atmosphere

The After Party has begun. The XV Paralympic Games in Rio opened at the Maracana Stadium with a carnival atmosphere on Wednesday. Seventeen days after the Olympics closed, with the Paralympics embroiled in the worst build-up in its 56-year history,...

 
Former heroes Paul Ince and Dietmar Hamann give their views on the Manchester derby

Former heroes Paul Ince and Dietmar Hamann give their views on the Manchester derby

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Daily Star, 00:15 in Sport
 
TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

TV show will examine evidence that convicted Paula Poulton’s murderer

0 Have your say THE BRUTAL murder of Titchfield woman Paula Poolton will be the subject of a new two-part BBC documentary . Conviction: Murder At The Station will follow the relaunched investigation into the 2008 murder of Mrs Poolton as a charity...

 
Rome's protest mayor Raggi finds it tough at the top

Rome's protest mayor Raggi finds it tough at the top

Italy's Five Star Movement (M5S) is learning a rather painful lesson. It is easier to be an anti-establishment movement than it is to be the establishment itself. In June 2016, the populist movement made an unexpected breakthrough in local elections....

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 
An unlikely story: Why do South Americans love Turkish TV?

An unlikely story: Why do South Americans love Turkish TV?

As the two Turkish TV characters sat on a beach at night and looked into each other's eyes, millions of viewers in South America held their breath. "I'm afraid of losing you," said Kerim, gently embracing Fatmagul and stroking her hair....

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 


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