News archive from 11 August 2016, page 17

Premier League Fantasy Football: Tips to beat your mates in 2016/17

The video will start in 8s Cancel Click to play Tap to play The Live Event you are trying to watch is either unavailable or has not started Please refresh this page in your browser to reload this live event video After the disappointment of the Euro...

 
Nottingham news, traffic and weather for August 11

Nottingham news, traffic and weather for August 11

Hello and welcome to the Post's live blog, where we'll bring you all the breaking news, traffic and weather updates throughout the day. Be sure to stay here throughout today as we bring you the news that matters first. Read more: Two arrested for...

 
Man United outcast eyed by Premier League rivals Everton: Jose Mourinho open to exit

Man United outcast eyed by Premier League rivals Everton: Jose Mourinho open to exit

Related videos Ronald Koeman says new signings are 'possible' Former Dutch footballer signs autographs, tells fans Mata or Witzel could be signed Mourinho catches a Pogba on Pokemon Go Mourinho catches a Pogba outside Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho...

Daily Star, 06:21 in Sport
 

Snapped: This is how Paul Pogba will look in a Manchester United kit in FIFA 17

The Red Devils smashed the world transfer record to land the Juventus ace in an £89m deal on Monday night. And EA Sports were last night confirmed as the club's Official Video Games Partner. The company then released some images of how Pogba will look...

Daily Star, 06:21 in Sport
 
Paul Pogba has the foundations to become a Manchester United legend - fan view

Paul Pogba has the foundations to become a Manchester United legend - fan view

Paul Pogba has never been one to follow. Even in his Manchester United academy days, he was described as possessing a 'confident swagger' in the way he dealt with himself, never star-struck in the company of first-team regulars, only calm, perhaps...

 
Man City must turn attention to departures following John Stones arrival

Man City must turn attention to departures following John Stones arrival

John Stones may not be the final piece of the jigsaw for Pep Guardiola but - barring any sudden opportunities - represents the last significant arrival at Manchester City this window. Midfield and attack have been bolstered with the signings of Ilkay...

 
Record turnout for Uppingham fete

Record turnout for Uppingham fete

0 Have your say It was thought to be a record year for visitors to Uppingham Fete, Flower and Produce Show which was held on Sunday at Tod’s Piece in glorious sunshine. Visitors from far and wide enjoyed the afternoon with Rob Persani from Rutland...

 
'No Man's Sky': from a humble shed to a new gigantic universe

'No Man's Sky': from a humble shed to a new gigantic universe

LONDON A new computer game created by a team of 15 people in a shed in southern England made its highly anticipated debut this week after creating buzz for conjuring a mind-bogglingly large universe of 18 quintillion planets for players to explore....

 

How the World Bank’s biggest critic became its president

In a shanty town perched in the hilly outskirts of Lima, Peru, people were dying. It was 1994, and thousands of squatters – many of them rural migrants who had fled their country’s Maoist guerrilla insurgency – were crammed into unventilated hovels,...

Guardian, 06:23 in Health
 
U.S. mutual funds boost own performance with unicorn mark-ups

U.S. mutual funds boost own performance with unicorn mark-ups

BOSTON/SAN FRANCISCO Some U.S. mutual funds are boosting their performance with relatively big bets on private companies such as Uber and Pinterest, which they have been marking up at a rate far greater than the broad stock market. Relied upon by...

Reuters, 06:23 in Business
 
Bouygues, Vallourec deny conflict of interest in Hinkley Point vote

Bouygues, Vallourec deny conflict of interest in Hinkley Point vote

PARIS French firms Bouygues and Vallourec denied that members of their boards who are also on the board of EDF had a conflict of interest when they voted in favour of the French utility's Hinkley Point nuclear project in Britain. EDF's board narrowly...

Reuters, 06:23 in Business
 

Lincoln City chairman hails the Cowley effect as feel-good factor returns to Sincil Bank

Buoyant chairman Bob Dorrian has tipped Danny and Nicky Cowley to surpass their achievements at Braintree Town with Lincoln City. The new management team has led the Imps to a flying start in the National League season with comprehensive wins over...

 

Lessons learned at Gainsborough Trinity after crazy start leads to Alfreton drubbing

Dom Roma says two crazy goals inside the first six minutes on Tuesday night set the tone for a disappointing performance against Alfreton Town. Gainsborough Trinity boss Roma insists valuable lessons have been learned by both the management and by the...

 

In the courts of Lincolnshire...

Ricardas Dauksa, 37, of 39 St Hugh Street, Lincoln, case proven for failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle. He was fined £660, ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £66 and costs of £85....

 

Jobs boost as £30m work starts on new recycling plant

0 Have your say More than 100 jobs and £100million investment could be coming to Hartlepool through a new plant to turn food waste into electricity. Up to 80 construction jobs could be on the way as the first phase of the new green energy park in...

 


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