News archive from 9 July 2017

Artists unveil the urban bothy in Glasgow

Artists, architects and designers have come up with some novel solutions to the old question of how to transform Scotland’s post-industrial spaces. They have unveiled features and structures that they say offer a bold vision of how to reclaim derelict...

 

Getting ripped at boot camp for the homeless

They have become a regular feature in many of Scotland’s public parks – a fitness instructor, sometimes dressed in army surplus clothing, yelling instructions at lycra-clad puffing and panting clients dragging rubber tyres behind them or doing...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Health
 

Kagiso Rabada 'heartbroken' over England Test ban after South African paceman suspended for telling Ben...

South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was said to be ‘heartbroken’ after being banned for the second Test following an incident which saw him swear at England Ben Stokes. Rabada was hit with a one-match ban for accumulating four demerit points in two...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Lions diary: Warren Gatland to unwind with Fiji holiday while both squads got together at an end-of-tour...

Owen Farrell kicked a penalty two minutes from time as the British and Irish Lions claimed a dramatic 15-15 draw against world champions New Zealand at Eden Park. In doing so, a pulsating Test series also ended 1-1, with one Test drawn, as both sides...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
EastEnders spoiler: Kush and Martin to take REVENGE on Robbie amid anger

EastEnders spoiler: Kush and Martin to take REVENGE on Robbie amid anger

The BBC has released images from tomorrow night’s episode of the soap, which shows Kush Kazemi (played by Davood Ghadami) and Martin Fowler (James Bye) taking revenge on Robbie Jackson (Dean Gaffney). In one of the images, the duo are seen hoisting up...

 
Sue Perkins reveals she knew exactly what Mel thought of GBBO's Channel 4 move

Sue Perkins reveals she knew exactly what Mel thought of GBBO's Channel 4 move

She said the comedy duo have been close friends since meeting at Cambridge University and have developed a telepathic understanding of what each other is thinking. So when the news broke that the production company behind the popular baking contest...

 
Prison Service finds 225kg of drugs in one year

Prison Service finds 225kg of drugs in one year

Prison officers confiscated about 225kg (496lbs) of drugs in one year, according to the Ministry of Justice. In 2016 20,000 mobile phones and sim cards, which are also contraband, were also seized from prisoners. The haul comes after £2 million...

BBC, 00:06 in Regional
 
Four dead in week of West Midlands stabbings

Four dead in week of West Midlands stabbings

Four men have died in a week of stabbings in the West Midlands. The first of the four separate attacks happened on Monday, with the latest on Saturday afternoon. The offences in Birmingham and Solihull are not linked, but have raised fears about knife...

BBC, 00:06 in Regional
 
Eric Dier to Manchester United: Tottenham refuse to sell ace, no talks since end of season

Eric Dier to Manchester United: Tottenham refuse to sell ace, no talks since end of season

The England international joined Spurs from Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon in a £4m deal three years ago. And he’s since established himself as a firm favourite among the Tottenham faithful, impressing in defensive and midfield roles. The Guardian...

Daily Star, 00:09 in Sport
 

Feature - Run to the hills... through the park or into the city

core of people donning their trainers and hitting the roads, trails, fells and woodland “Here’s the thing about Sheffield,” said Stuart Hale. “You can start here in Ecclesall Woods and run all the way to Edale without any road running, and get the bus...

 
Formby bypass closed by emergency services after serious crash

Formby bypass closed by emergency services after serious crash

A stretch of the Formby bypass was closed this evening after a serious crash involving a number of cars. Witnesses said as many as four vehicles were involved in the smash which happened on the northbound carriageway close to the Red Squirrel pub. It...

 

Selfish clubs will ruin Lions and allowing the concept to fade for political reasons would be 'suicide',...

It seems strange that at the end of a tour which underlined the allure of the British and Irish Lions and its rare ability to bring its united nations to a halt in the name of rugby, the very future of such a beloved sporting institution should be...

Daily Mail, 00:23 in Sport
 

Johanna Konta has turned a corner mentally and now Andy Murray could help her to Wimbledon title

There was a moment just before Wimbledon when we observed Johanna Konta's prickly exchange with a journalist and saw the signs of someone struggling with all the psychological pressure that this great tournament brings. Konta had just lost to Coco...

Daily Mail, 00:23 in Sport
 

Sir Michael Stoute secures sixth Coral-Eclipse Stakes success after Ulysses edges out Barney Roy in epic...

Ulysses held off Barney Roy in a photo finish for the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown. The pair flew past the line together but the judge confirmed 8-1 shot Ulysses as the winner by a nose. ‘That was fantastic,’ said victorious jockey Jim Crowley. RELATED...

Daily Mail, 00:23 in Sport
 
Fiction: The Burgundy Bin by Hilary Boyd

Fiction: The Burgundy Bin by Hilary Boyd

It was the burgundy bin that did it. Not the bin itself, which had sat quietly outside Swan Cottage waiting for the recycling lorry every other Thursday for the full 16 years Judy and Gordon had lived there. But the fact that not once in all those...

 


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