News archive from 12 February 2018

BREAKING: At least 18 'MASSACRED' in Venezuela after raid on illegal gold mine

BREAKING: At least 18 'MASSACRED' in Venezuela after raid on illegal gold mine

Local newspaper Correo del Caroni reported that 17 men and one woman died in the incident on Saturday morning in an area known for gold and diamond mining. Opposition lawmaker, Americo De Grazia accused the security forces, saying: “Massacres are the...

 
BREAKING: THREE Britons confirmed dead after 'HORRIFIC' Grand Canyon helicopter crash

BREAKING: THREE Britons confirmed dead after 'HORRIFIC' Grand Canyon helicopter crash

A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We are providing support to the families of six British visitors involved in a helicopter accident at the Grand Canyon on February 10, and we are in close contact with the US emergency services.” Six passengers and...

 
Computer game could help Schizophrenia patients control voices in their heads

Computer game could help Schizophrenia patients control voices in their heads

Schizophrenia patients could soon be treated using an MRI scanner and computer game. Scientists can now train people to control verbal hallucinations using a ‘neurofeedback’ technique. It basically involves patients monitoring  their own neural...

Metro, 00:04 in Hot News
 
UFC 221: Five things we learned from Romero vs Rockhold

UFC 221: Five things we learned from Romero vs Rockhold

Israel Adesanya is a welcome addition to the UFC UFC 221 saw the much-anticipated debut of Israel Adesanya. Adesanya entered his Octagon bow with a lot of hype behind him, and understandably so. The Nigerian-born New Zealander had seen off all of his...

 

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Monday, February 12

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Monday's meetings at Catterick, Plumpton and Wolverhampton. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Vinndication extends unbeaten run in Novices' Hurdle at... Love Island star Chris...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
London City Airport shut as WW2 bomb found in Thames

London City Airport shut as WW2 bomb found in Thames

London City Airport has been closed after an unexploded World War Two bomb was found in the River Thames nearby. The discovery was made at about 05:00 GMT on Sunday at George V Dock during pre-planned work at the airport in east London, the Met Police...

BBC, 00:16 in Regional
 
Shared parental leave take-up may be as low as 2% - official figures

Shared parental leave take-up may be as low as 2% - official figures

A new publicity drive is aiming to encourage higher take-up of shared parental leave. Around 285,000 couples are eligible every year for shared parental leave, but take-up "could be as low as 2%", the Department for Business said. Around...

BBC, 00:16 in Regional
 
May and Varadkar head to Belfast amid Stormont deal speculation

May and Varadkar head to Belfast amid Stormont deal speculation

Theresa May and Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar are to visit Belfast later for talks with the Stormont parties. It comes amid speculation the DUP and Sinn Féin are close to agreeing a deal to restore devolved government. Several previous rounds of...

BBC, 00:21 in Regional
 
Aldi tops supermarket satisfaction survey

Aldi tops supermarket satisfaction survey

Aldi has been rated the UK's best supermarket, nudging previously top-ranked Waitrose down to fourth place. Customers criticised Aldi stores for being "untidy" and for a lack of staff availability, but rated them highly for offering value...

BBC, 00:21 in Regional
 

Colin Graves in a bind over Ashes venue selection as ECB chief's family trust are owed £22m by Yorkshire...

The awarding of the Ashes venues for the 2023 home series this week puts England Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves in a complicated position. The Graves family trust are owed around £22million by Yorkshire, so Headingley hosting one of those five...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Ian Robertson reflects on flirting with Liz Taylor and commentating over that Jonny Wilkinson drop goal as...

Ian Robertson shows up at the door of his fine Highgate house issuing orders to his dog. 'Now, when I say attack, you know what to do,' he says. Which might not be unduly alarming other than the canine under instruction is a nine-stone Rottweiler....

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Adam Lallana asks for 'suggestions for defrosting feet' as Liverpool midfielder shows off battered toes...

Being a Premier league footballer is often seen as being one of the most glamourous careers possible, one seeped in money and fame. However, Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana proved the side-effects of one of the downsides - being a substitute in a...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Ben Stokes hoping to leave for New Zealand after Bristol Magistrates' Court appearance on Tuesday but...

Ben Stokes will discover on Tuesday whether he will be able to ride to England's rescue as they limp towards their second tour of a demanding winter. England's best player is finally due at Bristol Magistrates' Court for his first appearance after...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 


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