News archive from 9 April 2018

Myleene Klass continues to live her best life as she plants one on boyfriend during birthday celebrations

Myleene Klass continues to live her best life as she plants one on boyfriend during birthday celebrations

Myleene Klass can do no wrong. The singer and presenter has made the most of her birthday celebrations as she turned 40 in Mauritius over the weekend. Basically wearing nothing but an assortment of different bikinis, the former Hear’Say singer was...

Metro, 00:01 in Showbiz
 
Fortnite god Ninja ‘earns nearly $1million a month from playing game on Twitch alone’

Fortnite god Ninja ‘earns nearly $1million a month from playing game on Twitch alone’

Pundits have predicted Fornite god Ninja is earning nearly $1million (£710million) each month from playing the game. And only playing the game on Twitch alone. That’s a LOT of money, right there. In recent figures calculated by Forbes, the man known...

Metro, 00:04 in Showbiz
 

Hamilton picks up seven prizes at awards ceremony

THE Hip hop musical Hamilton swept the board at the Olivier Awards in London last night - but there was a Yorkshire triumph too. Hamilton picked up seven prizes at the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall, including best new musical Lin-Manuel Miranda,...

 

Battered Steve Bruce demands fighting spirit from Aston Villa players as hopes of securing automatic...

If Aston Villa have serious ambitions of promotion back to the Premier League, they have a funny way of showing it. Steve Bruce’s side were lacklustre and apathetic against Norwich, lacking bite or menace. A repeat on Tuesday at home to second-placed...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic takes a jab at Neil Warnock after Fulham's win over Sheffield Wednesday:...

A much vaunted side unbeaten in 19 league matches, winning 15, can hardly be described as setting out to gain promotion by stealth. But that is exactly what Slavisa Jokanovic and his Fulham team are doing. What’s more, the manager is playing on it big...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Lou Gehrig killed by baseball not Lou Gehrig's disease, study findings suggest

Lou Gehrig, a heroic slugger for the Yankees baseball team, was famed for brushing aside repeated fractures and batting after nearly being knocked unconscious, before giving his name to the disease that was said to have killed him. But a new study...

 

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2018 Masters: Patrick Reed holds on to win the Green Jacket

Patrick Reed held off the challenge of fellow Americans Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth to win the 2018 Masters and his first major title. World No.24 Reed came into the final round with a three-shot advantage and was paired with Rory McIlroy on...

The Week, 00:11 in Sport
 
N Korea-US talks: Pyongyang 'ready to discuss denuclearisation'

N Korea-US talks: Pyongyang 'ready to discuss denuclearisation'

North Korea has promised the US it is ready to discuss the future of its nuclear arsenal when the two nations' leaders meet, US officials say. Preparations for the summit have included secret, direct talks with North Korea, Trump administration...

BBC, 00:11 in World News
 

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Monday, April 9

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Monday's meetings at Ludlow, Kempton, Wincanton and Wolverhampton. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sir AP McCoy looks back on 2010 Grand National win on Don't... Stuart Coltherd...

Daily Mail, 00:14 in Sport
 

Barton under Needwood cafe allowed to open longer and sell alcohol despite neighbours' concerns

A café in Barton under Needwood is to stay open seven days a week until 11.30pm and serve alcohol for the first time since it launched - despite fears from neighbours of late night noise nuisance. The Skinny Kitten café, in Main Street, already...

 
Charles Waterstreet declares bankruptcy and faces losing licence

Charles Waterstreet declares bankruptcy and faces losing licence

The prominent New South Wales criminal lawyer Charles Waterstreet has declared bankruptcy and faces losing his licence to practise. He lodged the documents with the Australian Financial Security Authority on 13 March and is listed as an undischarged...

 
Olly Murs insists shots were fired in Oxford Street terror scare – and suggests there was a ‘cover-up’

Olly Murs insists shots were fired in Oxford Street terror scare – and suggests there was a ‘cover-up’

Olly Murs was mocked mercilessly when he mistakenly claimed that gunshots went off in Selfridges during a terrorism scare on Oxford Street last year. The popstar tweeted that there were gunshots going off in the luxury department store on 24 November...

Metro, 00:20 in Showbiz
 
Patrick Reed wins Masters after holding off challenges from Fowler and Spieth

Patrick Reed wins Masters after holding off challenges from Fowler and Spieth

What Patrick Reed lacks in widespread support should now be offset by widespread respect. The scale of Reed’s achievement here, in winning his first major championship, is illustrated by who and what he had to withstand. There were occasional,...

Guardian, 00:25 in Sport
 

South Cumbria MP blasts Northern trains after cancellations

On Thursday the line that runs from Windermere to Oxenholme saw cancellations because of a lack of available drivers. Mr Farron said: “It’s painfully clear that Arriva Rail North aren’t up to the job and they should be forced to step aside so a...

 


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