News archive from 11 November 2015

Bath coach Mike Ford: Sam Burgess 'didn't have the stomach' for rugby union battle

Cross-code convert Burgess has left Bath after just a year in rugby union, returning to former club South Sydney Rabbitohs. The 26-year-old admitted his "heart just isn't in it" on jetting back to Australia, leaving head coach Ford to reveal...

 
Onesie walk remembers Hartlepool princess Becky Bell

Onesie walk remembers Hartlepool princess Becky Bell

Fundraisers took part in a onsie walk to raise cash in memory of Hartlepool's princess Becky Bell. Her cousin Dylan Davidson, 12, came up with the idea for the fun walk to help the website set up by Becky’s family called ‘Keep Smiling for Becky’. The...

 
Silence to honour Leeds’ fallen war heroes

Silence to honour Leeds’ fallen war heroes

Leeds is set to fall silent today to honour the memories of thousands of military heroes. Poppies will fall from the balconies at the city’s Royal Armouries museum as part of a service of remembrance. The service, which will be led by Rev Gordon...

 

UK care home sector 'could lose 10% of beds in five years'

Almost one in 10 beds in Britain’s care homes will disappear in the next five years because of the financial crisis facing the sector, leaving the NHS to pick up a £3bn bill, a damning new report predicts. As many as 37,000 beds, the equivalent of...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Two-minute silence to remember war dead

Two-minute silence to remember war dead

A two-minute silence is due to be observed across Scotland to remember those who have died in conflicts across the world. The Armistice Day silence will be held on the 11th hour, of the 11th day of the 11th month, marking when hostilities ended in...

BBC, 00:10 in Regional
 
Mixed breeding season for Scotland's seabirds, says RSPB

Mixed breeding season for Scotland's seabirds, says RSPB

Image copyright RSPB Scotland Seabirds have had mixed fortunes during this year's breeding season at RSPB Scotland's nature reserves. The charity had expected a cold and wet summer to badly affect the birds. However, increased numbers of guillemot...

BBC, 00:10 in Regional
 

Dubai Airshow: Jetpacks finally set for lift off?

Are jetpacks about to move from the realms of fantasy and adventure to serious practical application? A deal between Dubai's civil defence force and New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft suggests that the technology is about to move mainstream. For...

BBC, 00:11 in Business
 
Man Utd Transfer News: £17m-a-year deal, £57m star revelation, Ronaldo ‘unhappy’ at Real

Man Utd Transfer News: £17m-a-year deal, £57m star revelation, Ronaldo ‘unhappy’ at Real

Bayern Munich are willing to hand Pep Guardiola a staggering £17m-a-year contract to turn down a Premier League move. Manchester United, as well as City, Arsenal and Chelsea, are keen on the Bayern boss should he decide to leave Germany in the...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 

London's homes valued at £1.17tn by Halifax

The value of homes in London is now almost double that of all the homes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, according to the Halifax. The mortgage lender put a price tag of £1.13tn on property in the capital, compared with £582bn in Scotland,...

Guardian, 00:14 in Business
 

Liverpool transfer news: Reds favourites for Marco Reus, Marc-Andre ter Stegen offer, Cristian Tello...

Liverpool's unbeaten start under Jurgen Klopp came to an end with a defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, serving as a reminder that the squad will need strengthening in January. The Reds' new manager seems to have recognised his need for new attacking...

Metro, 00:15 in Sport
 

Chelsea transfer news: Gonzalo Higuain to replace Diego Costa, Paco Alcacer a priority target, Manchester...

Chelsea's season continues to go from bad to worse after another defeat at the hands of Stoke at the weekend. Bringing in new players this January must surely be seen as a necessity if Jose Mourinho is to save his side's season. Today's gossip sees...

Metro, 00:15 in Sport
 
How M&S is trying to get back its sparkle

How M&S is trying to get back its sparkle

Simplicity is the watchword as Marks & Spencer launches its spring/summer "16 collections today, with high hopes that quality and elegance will halt the decline of its clothing sales and win back the style-conscious but careful M&S...

 

France says Toulon naval base attack foiled with arrest of 'jihadist'

Authorities in France have said they arrested a man with links to an Islamic State jihadist in Syria over a plot to attack military personnel at a major naval base. Police and judicial sources said the 25-year-old had been monitored by intelligence...

 
The tough world of the Australian fitness industry

The tough world of the Australian fitness industry

Image copyright Dangerously Fit Sarah Turner has her hands full. Not only does she care for an eight-month-old baby girl and a boisterous toddler, she also runs her own company in Australia's ultra-competitive fitness industry. With a degree in...

BBC, 00:18 in Business
 
Harvard students take pledge not to cheat

Harvard students take pledge not to cheat

Image copyright Thinkstock Students at Harvard this term have been doing something for the first time in the university's long history. Promising not to cheat. Or more specifically, to sign up to an honour code - or "honor code" in the US...

BBC, 00:18 in Business
 


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