News archive from 8 October 2015

Rescued raccoon finds new life as a house pet and Instagram star

When a baby raccoon fell out of a tree and into Rosie Kemp’s backyard, she didn’t know that the animal would become part of her family, and a good friend to her daughter’s two rescue dogs. Pumpkin, as they’ve come to call her, was only one month old...

 

15 signs someone is keeping a secret from you

“How do you think a person lives a life, having murdered someone, without it….showing? A whole life of relationships behind them,without anyone ever suspectng they did something….beyond awful. How does that happen?” This is the premise behind ITV’s...

Metro, 00:01 in Lifestyle
 

MoMA PS1 offers New York residents free admission for a year

Starting this weekend, New Yorkers can visit MoMA PS1 free of charge, the Museum of Modern Art announced on Wednesday. MoMA PS1, an exhibition space located in Long Island City, will offer free admission beginning Sunday, 11 October to residents of...

 
Sepp Blatter's FIFA reign set for humiliating end after provisional suspension

Sepp Blatter's FIFA reign set for humiliating end after provisional suspension

Blatter was last night provisionally suspended for 90 days on the recommendation of Fifa's ethics committee. The final decision will be left today to German judge Hans-Joachim Eckert.

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
England ace Theo Walcott: I've been getting tips from Arsenal legend Thierry Henry

England ace Theo Walcott: I've been getting tips from Arsenal legend Thierry Henry

And the England ace also revealed he has been inspired by the human dynamo that is his Gunners team-mates Alexis Sanchez. Walcott's club performances as a central striker this season look to have boosted his chances of playing there for his country....

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Alfreton tornado brings couple together one year on

Alfreton tornado brings couple together one year on

Image copyright Derbyshire Fire and Rescue A man who had part of his home destroyed after a tornado hit a town in Derbyshire said it has resulted in the happiest period of his life. The roof of William Sitch's house in Catherine Street, Alfreton, was...

BBC, 00:05 in Regional
 
Sir Patrick Moore's monocle and xylophone auctioned

Sir Patrick Moore's monocle and xylophone auctioned

Sir Patrick Moore's famous monocle and his xylophone are due to be sold at two separate auctions. The astronomer, who presented The Sky At Night for over 50 years, died at his home in Selsey, West Sussex, in December 2012. The monocle will be...

BBC, 00:05 in Regional
 
Robert Carlyle calls for wild animals circus ban

Robert Carlyle calls for wild animals circus ban

TRAINSPOTTING star Robert Carlyle has spoken out along with nearly 8,000 campaigners in an attempt to keep wild animals such as tigers and bears out of circus rings in Scotland. In a letter to the rural affairs minister Richard Lochead, the...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Hot News
 
David Maddox: Cameron seeks to assume Labour's clothing

David Maddox: Cameron seeks to assume Labour's clothing

End poverty, discrimination and the "scandal" of inequality. Celebrate diversity. Bring in full employment and guarantee a high minimum wage. These are all familiar mantras for the "true party of Labour" but what we heard from...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Hot News
 

Experts call for tests on use of flu drugs in pandemic

New trials are urgently needed to establish whether the anti-flu drug Tamiflu would help save lives in a pandemic, experts have said. Flu pandemics are highly dangerous, with the potential to kill millions around the world. Each winter in the UK,...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 

Test rules out heart attacks in two-thirds suffering chest pains

A simple blood test could rule out a heart attack in two-thirds of people arriving at A&E with chest pains, potentially saving the NHS millions of pounds, a new study shows. There are around 18,000 heart attacks each year in the UK, but around one...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 

Imam network launches site to counter Isis propaganda

Imams and Muslim community leaders have launched an online magazine in an effort to counteract “poisonous” views peddled by Islamic State. Haqiqah (Reality) aims to show young people tempted by Isis propaganda that the extremist group’s message has no...

 

Large proportion of those referred to UK deradicalisation scheme are under 18

More than 300 people referred to a deradicalisation scheme between June and August were under 18, figures show. Of the 796 individuals reported to the government’s Channel programme for possible intervention, 312 were under 18, statistics obtained by...

 

Lucas Moura ignored Manchester United transfer talk to win things with Paris Saint-Germain - report

Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura has explained why he chose to stay at the club this summer, despite rumoured interest from Manchester United. The Brazilian attacker, who was also a top target for United earlier in his career, was supposedly on...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

Arsenal transfer would make Karim Benzema happier, says journalist

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema would be a happier player at Arsenal, according to Spanish journalist Kike Marin. Benzema, 27, was heavily linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium throughout the summer transfer window, but opted to remain at Real...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 


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