News archive from 11 October 2016, page 10

'It's up to me now' - Theo Robinson determined to prove himself with Lincoln City

Theo Robinson insists he has no qualms about dropping into non-league football as he aims to get his career back on track with Lincoln City. The former Derby County and Huddersfield Town striker has signed non-contract terms with the Imps and made his...

 
Swiss watchdog sanctions Falcon bank in 1MDB case

Swiss watchdog sanctions Falcon bank in 1MDB case

Switzerland's financial watchdog FINMA has sanctioned Falcon Private Bank Ltd after it "seriously breached" money-laundering regulations over its handling of funds linked to scandal-hit Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, FINMA said on...

Reuters, 06:12 in Business
 
Marathon sues BP for breach of contract in Texas oil refinery sale

Marathon sues BP for breach of contract in Texas oil refinery sale

Marathon Petroleum Corp (MPC.N) alleged BP Plc (BP.L) failed to deliver a Texas oil refinery and three products terminals in the condition promised under a $2.4-billion sales agreement signed in 2012, according to a federal lawsuit filed on Monday....

Reuters, 06:12 in Business
 
BOJ seen holding off more stimulus for now unless yen rises sharply - Reuters poll

BOJ seen holding off more stimulus for now unless yen rises sharply - Reuters poll

The Bank of Japan is expected to wait until next year before easing policy further unless any sharp spikes in the yen undermine the economy significantly in the meantime, a Reuters poll found. Last month the central bank switched the focus of its...

Reuters, 06:12 in Business
 
Rent library space to coffee shops to prevent cuts and closures say Tories

Rent library space to coffee shops to prevent cuts and closures say Tories

Opposition Conservatives have outlined a plan to save Birmingham’s threatened libraries from closure and reduced hours - including renting out space to coffee shops. Their efficiency proposals come as the city’s Labour leadership unveiled plans to...

 

Liverpool News: International injury blow, ex-winger revelation, Man United ref announced

Related videos Jurgen Klopp gets shown Liverpool's title odds Jurgen Klopp gets shown Liverpool's title odds Liverpool legend Joe Allen admits he used to support Manchester United Liverpool legend Joe Allen admits he used to support Manchester United...

Daily Star, 06:14 in Sport
 
Lead thief left in wheelchair after plunge from city landmark

Lead thief left in wheelchair after plunge from city landmark

A drunken thief was left in a wheelchair after plunging from the top of one of Birmingham’s oldest buildings as he plundered lead from the roof. Police found Connor Buckley in agony outside the St Nicolas Place complex in Kings Norton early on October...

 
'Chemo made me sick, but I feel fine now': Michelle trailblazes for NHS with cancer wonderdrug Nivolumab

'Chemo made me sick, but I feel fine now': Michelle trailblazes for NHS with cancer wonderdrug Nivolumab

A WOMAN who has never smoked is fighting lung cancer with a new drug which was only approved for NHS use yesterday. Michelle Hanlon’s chemotherapy was so harsh it left her feeling desperately ill long afterwards. However, 30-year-old Michelle was one...

 
Great Exhibition of the North: Newcastle and Gateshead to host £5m event

Great Exhibition of the North: Newcastle and Gateshead to host £5m event

Newcastle and Gateshead have been selected to host a major exhibition showcasing art, design and innovation from the north of England. The area has been selected by the government to host the £5m Great Exhibition of the North in 2018. It was chosen...

BBC, 06:16 in Regional
 
A bridge of illuminated drones and other things we can expect after Great North Exhibition success

A bridge of illuminated drones and other things we can expect after Great North Exhibition success

We’ve done it. NewcastleGateshead has been chosen to host the £5m Great Exhibition of the North in 2018. The twin cities beat off competition from Blackpool, Bradford and Sheffield to host the event, which aims to showcase everything great about the...

 
We've won it! NewcastleGateshead lands the Great Exhibition of the North

We've won it! NewcastleGateshead lands the Great Exhibition of the North

The Great Exhibition of the North is to be hosted by Newcastle and Gateshead, it has been announced. Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said it was “fantastic news for NewcastleGateshead” that it was chosen from a shortlist of four to “showcase the...

 
Tam Scobbie closer to St Johnstone return following successful knee surgery

Tam Scobbie closer to St Johnstone return following successful knee surgery

ST JOHNSTONE defender Tam Scobbie is working his way back from knee surgery. But he won’t be ready to feature in manager Tommy Wright’s squad to face Kilmarnock this weekend. Scobbie damaged his knee in August’s 3-2 Betfred Cup win over Hearts and...

 
Rangers boss Mark Warburton should forget Joey Barton and build the team around Andy Halliday and Jason Holt

Rangers boss Mark Warburton should forget Joey Barton and build the team around Andy Halliday and Jason Holt

DOUBLE-WINNING Rangers midfielder Alex Rae last night insisted Mark Warburton must build his team around Andy Halliday and Jason Holt if they are to eat into Celtic’s lead at the top of the Premiership table. Rangers head to Inverness on Friday night...

 
Brendan Rodgers has transformed my game and given me hope of being Denmark mainstay says Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko

Brendan Rodgers has transformed my game and given me hope of being Denmark mainstay says Celtic defender...

ERIK SVIATCHENKO believes Brendan Rodgers has transformed his game and given him fresh hope of becoming a regular fixture with Denmark. The powerful defender is adamant that his style has changed since the arrival of the Northern Irishman to Celtic...

 
Gordon Strachan determined to wash away memories of Celtic's 5-0 defeat in Bratislava with Scotland victory

Gordon Strachan determined to wash away memories of Celtic's 5-0 defeat in Bratislava with Scotland victory

FOR the first ten months of his Celtic career time quite literally stood still for Gordon Strachan. One nightmarish visit to Slovakia made sure of it. That 5-0 Champions League thrashing away to Artmedia Bratislava in the summer of 2005 remains to...

 


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