News archive from 11 October 2016, page 9

'Boisterous' Jack Russell Staffy cross attacked neighbour 3 times

A vicious dog attacked a next door neighbour three times leaving them needing hospital treatment. The "boisterous" seven-year-old Jack Russell Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross has now been destroyed after its owner was charged with being in...

 
Man United run rule over Chelsea star: Mourinho may sell players to free up space - report

Man United run rule over Chelsea star: Mourinho may sell players to free up space - report

Related videos Guardiola vs Mourinho: The history of a rivalry A look through the history of the rivalry between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho. Mourinho left in disgust as Dutch fans troll with chant Mourinho left in disgust as Dutch fans troll with...

Daily Star, 05:32 in Sport
 
Aidan O'Brien well represented at Newmarket

Aidan O'Brien well represented at Newmarket

Next year’s 2,000 Guineas and Derby favourite, Churchill, heads the trainer's sextet and is a warm order to add to his easy National Stakes at the Curragh. O’Brien could also run the classy Capri, Intelligence Cross, Lancaster Bomber, Pennsylvania or...

Daily Star, 05:32 in Sport
 

The Battle of the WAGs: Every Premier League side's sexiest babe

Every Premier League club's hottest WAG Monday, 10th October 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE footballers are known to attract some of the most beautiful women on earth - and these stunning girls are the best of the lot. 1 / 41 INSTAGRAM Every Premier League...

Daily Star, 05:39 in Sport
 
Queen and Duke of Edinburgh to attend awards ceremony at Royal Academy of Arts

Queen and Duke of Edinburgh to attend awards ceremony at Royal Academy of Arts

The monarch, patron of the Royal Academy, will present awards to five individuals who have made a national contribution to the visual arts or architecture. The Queen will also be presented with a small bronze replica sculpture of one of the oak trees...

 
Arise Sir Rod Stewart as singer receives knighthood at Buckingham Palace

Arise Sir Rod Stewart as singer receives knighthood at Buckingham Palace

The veteran singer, 71, previously described the award as a "monumental honour". He said: "I've led a wonderful life and have had a tremendous career thanks to the generous support of the great British public. "This monumental...

 
Pakistani journalist Cyril Almeida 'barred from leaving country'

Pakistani journalist Cyril Almeida 'barred from leaving country'

A top Pakistani journalist says he has been barred from leaving the country, after he reported a row between the military and government officials. Cyril Almeida said on Twitter he had been told his name was on the "exit control list", a...

BBC, 05:44 in World News
 

"Two beams were randomly scanning clouds" - more speculation surrounds strange lights seen in sky

More witnesses have come forward speculating about the source of strange searchlights seen over the Lincolnshire skyline. Last month the Echo reported the phenomenon had been seen in Market Stainton, Spilsby, Mablethorpe and Strubby. Now Philip Burman...

 

Hard Brexit to cost UK up to £66bn a year, says Treasury

Treasury coffers will take a £66 billion annual hit if Britain goes for a so-called hard Brexit, Cabinet ministers have been warned. Leaked G overnment papers suggest leaving the single market and switching to World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules...

 
Live breaking news, weather and traffic updates around Nottinghamshire on Tuesday, October 11

Live breaking news, weather and traffic updates around Nottinghamshire on Tuesday, October 11

Hello and welcome to our live blog on Tuesday, October 11. Today we'll be bringing you all the latest news from around the county as well as updates on whatever news breaks throughout the day. If you're heading out today you'll be best off taking an...

 
Singapore orders bank closure and fines over 1MDB links

Singapore orders bank closure and fines over 1MDB links

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has ordered a Swiss merchant bank to close and fined two other banks for breaching anti-money laundering controls. The action follows an investigation into money flows linked to the Malaysian state investment fund...

BBC, 05:50 in Business
 

Fed-up cyclist has invented an ear-piercing bike alarm - that sounds as loud as a jumbo jet

A cyclist has invented a new bike alarm that blasts crooks with an ear-piercing siren as loud as a jumbo jet taking off. Obaidah Sheikh, 22, from Wythenshawe, has launched ‘Stingray’ on a crowdfunding site Indiegogo in a bid to raise £50,000 to get it...

 
This aerial photograph shows what they're getting up in Piccadilly Gardens...

This aerial photograph shows what they're getting up in Piccadilly Gardens...

This aerial image shows work beginning on a £400,000 project to repair the fountains at Piccadilly Gardens. The site has been closed off since the start of October, and workmen have now moved in to fix the ill-fated attraction. The fountains are...

 

China stocks buoyed by debt-reduction plan; HK takes breather after rally

* SSEC 0.4 pct, CSI300 0.3 pct, HSI -1.2 pct * Gov's debt-reduction plan needs a vibrant equity market-analysts * China property shares rebound sharply on signs of strong growth SHANGHAI, Oct 11 China stocks rose to a one-month high on Tuesday after...

 

Health alert as 1.6m children start secondary school overweight

More than 1.6 million children who started secondary school in the past decade were overweight or obese, new calculations show. Between 2006/07 and 2014/15, there were 1,654,894 children in England who started Year 7 with an unhealthy weight,...

 


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