News archive from 12 May 2018

Street Photography Tips: Making The Most Of A Boring Location

One way to get out of this rut, which is quite a popular move, is to literally get out of the city and travel. Traveling gives photographers a fresh perspective but one of the things you have to learn early on is that even the mundane can appear...

 

Althorp Food and Drink Festival returns to Northamptonshire estate this weekend

The award-winning Althorp Food and Drink Festival is making its annual return this weekend with a whole host of Northamptonshire produce up for grabs. The event, now in its fourth year, is taking place today (May 12) and Sunday (May 13) at Althorp...

 
Rory McIlroy tops list of Britain’s richest sports stars

Rory McIlroy tops list of Britain’s richest sports stars

Despite not winning any major golf tournaments last year, Rory McIlroy still increased his fortune by £28m to £110m and became Britain’s richest sports star. The 29-year-old Northern Irish golfer overtook Sir Andy Murray and Real Madrid winger Gareth...

Guardian, 00:10 in Sport
 

Sudoku 4,058 hard

Click here to access the print version Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. For a helping hand call our solutions line on 0906 200 83 83. Calls cost £1.03 per minute from a BT landline. Calls...

 

Killer sudoku 605

Click here to access the print version Normal sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within dotted lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by dotted lines. For a helping hand...

 
WH Smith to review hospital shop prices after outcry

WH Smith to review hospital shop prices after outcry

WH Smith is reviewing the prices of toiletries for sale in hospitals as it emerged that tubes of Colgate toothpaste were being sold for £7.99. The newsagent has outlets at 129 hospitals across the country and, according to the Telegraph, nappies,...

Guardian, 00:20 in Business
 
FRANK WARREN COLUMN: Vasyl Lomachenko vs Jorge Linares prediction, Willy Hutchinson signs

FRANK WARREN COLUMN: Vasyl Lomachenko vs Jorge Linares prediction, Willy Hutchinson signs

And what a special clash it could be with WBA lightweight king Jorge Linares. It is a mark of the man that the former WBO featherweight and super-featherweight champion is stepping up in weight and facing arguably the best at lightweight. Lomachenko’s...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte gives honest analysis about his time at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte gives honest analysis about his time at Stamford Bridge

The Italian looks sure to quit the club this summer after taking numerous swipes at owner Roman Abramovich and the board this season for not buying him the players he wanted. The Blues look set to finish fifth and miss out on the last Champions League...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 
Talking Horses: Bank on Sabador to seal Victoria Cup for Buick at Ascot

Talking Horses: Bank on Sabador to seal Victoria Cup for Buick at Ascot

Following five wins at Newmarket on Guineas weekend William Buick could be making headlines again in Ascot’s Victoria Cup on Saturday. The jockey is an eye-catching booking for Sabador (4.00), winner of two of his four starts for Ed Walker last year....

Guardian, 00:24 in Sport
 

Staff at Coventry retail park appeal parking fines for own customers

B&Q is appealing parking fines on behalf of customers following yet more complaints of unfair fines being handed out at a Coventry retail park. Last month, CoventryLive reported the story of a Coventry couple, who received a £100 parking fine...

 

Keane Duncan: Debt terrifies today’s students – for no reason

RIPPING out the half-opened envelope wedged at the back of a drawer and scouring down the printed invoice, the true scale of my debt crisis was laid bare – £38,000 and rising. Every month this hefty mountain grows bigger, with £150 lumps of interest...

 

David Behrens: Who’d want to be a celebrity... but did we see the real Jeremy Clarkson?

ASIDE from having too much or too little money, the life force perhaps most likely to throw someone completely off-balance is fame. I can’t speak from experience, obviously, but I’ve observed at close enough quarters to draw conclusions people who...

 
Scrap healthcare fees for non-EU staff in NHS, say nurses' leaders

Scrap healthcare fees for non-EU staff in NHS, say nurses' leaders

Non-EU migrants working in the NHS should be exempt from health surcharges to help tackle the health service’s staffing crisis, nurses’ leaders are urging ministers. Nurses from outside the European Economic Area should no longer have to pay the...

Guardian, 00:34 in Health
 
US offers to help rebuild N Korea economy if it denuclearises

US offers to help rebuild N Korea economy if it denuclearises

America will help rebuild North Korea's economy if it agrees to give up its nuclear weapons, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said. The US would be "prepared to work with North Korea to achieve prosperity on the par with our South Korean...

BBC, 00:34 in World News
 
Germany set climb the Eurovision 2018 scoreboard with Michael Schulte’s tear-jerker

Germany set climb the Eurovision 2018 scoreboard with Michael Schulte’s tear-jerker

Germany looks set to recapture their Eurovision Song Contest magic this year after a string of bad results. Michael Schulte has stormed up the betting with a string of impressive rehearsals and lifted his game again in the Eurovision jury final...

Metro, 00:43 in Showbiz
 


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