News archive from 12 October 2015, page 12

Putin TAUNTS West for not getting results as he OBLITERATES dozens more ISIS targets

US-led coalition forces announced they staged 24 attacks on the abhorrent terror group on Saturday. However, the Russian leader hit out at Western forces "who say they are fighting terrorism but do not demonstrate results". But rebels on the...

 

Feminists, get ready: pregnancy and abortion are about to be disrupted

Hold onto your ovaries folks, womb transplants are here. Ten UK women have been approved for the procedure, and babies born from donated uteruses could crawl among us as early as next year. Leaving aside the ethical considerations of womb...

 

Bill Shorten suggested company pay for union organiser, inquiry hears

A former manager on a major Victorian road project has told a royal commission that Labor leader Bill Shorten – then a union boss – suggested his company pay $100,000 a year for a union organiser to work on the job. Stephen Sasse was the head of...

 

Car crash brain damage victim gets £4m compensation

A man who suffered severe brain damage in a car crash when he was a teenager is to get more than £4m in compensation, his lawyers have said. Jack Mitchell, from south-east London, was 17 and studying to become an electrician at the time of the crash...

BBC, 05:34 in Regional
 

Protesting doctors refuse to say if they would discharge children into detention

Doctors protesting at the incarceration of asylum-seeker children have declined to say whether they would refuse to discharge patients if it meant they would be sent back to detention centres. On Saturday doctors from the Royal Children’s hospital in...

 
Transfer News: Man Utd to lure £88m star, Arsenal alert, Liverpool eye £20m Chelsea target

Transfer News: Man Utd to lure £88m star, Arsenal alert, Liverpool eye £20m Chelsea target

Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has revealed he could be tempted by a move to the Premier League, putting Manchester United on alert. The Red Devils tried to land the German during the summer transfer window, including an £88m bid, but failed to...

Daily Star, 05:43 in Sport
 
Lord Rose: Leaving EU 'not worth the risk'

Lord Rose: Leaving EU 'not worth the risk'

The cross-party campaign for the UK to stay in the European Union is formally launching with the message that leaving is "not worth the risk". Former M&S boss Lord Rose, chairman of the campaign, will brand those in favour of exit as...

BBC, 05:45 in Regional
 
Families devastated as flats plan for children's centre site gets the go ahead

Families devastated as flats plan for children's centre site gets the go ahead

FAMILIES have been left devastated after a scheme to demolish a children's centre and replace it with student flats was given the go-ahead. Now more than 100 parents have penned a petition calling for Stoke-based Funsters Play and Party Centre to be...

 
Staff turning up for work despite being ill

Staff turning up for work despite being ill

People are increasingly going to work when they are ill, especially in firms with a culture of long hours, new research has revealed. A survey of 600 employers found that almost a third reported a rise in so-called “presenteeism”. The Chartered...

 

Top five things to do this week: Glenn Richards, Strictly Ballroom and more

Art Pirrku Warrapina, Tarnanthi festival The Tarnanthi festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art is gathering artists from across Australia to showcase new creative work. As part of the festival’s Big Weekend, the Art Gallery...

 
Monday morning blues: 10 things that cheer us up

Monday morning blues: 10 things that cheer us up

Monday mornings fill many of us with dread, and a new study has pinpointed 11.17am on Monday as the time of the week we feel most unhappy. In fact we’re not a nation of morning people in general, with less than a quarter of us (23%) saying we feel...

 

From the Muppets to Homeland: next season's TV style icons

Scream Queens: Chanel Oberin Fans of Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf and 1988 teen pyscho classic Heathers will love Chanel Oberlin, the alpha sorority queen with a talent for one liners (“pissy spacek” is memorable). Her style has the same Waldorf...

Guardian, 06:05 in Showbiz
 

Remains of Henry V warship believed to be buried in Hampshire

Deep in the oozing mud of the river Hamble in Hampshire, visible only at the lowest tides as a U-shaped ripple on the surface, possibly lies a ship that was one of the glories of Henry V’s navy. Ian Friel, a historian who has devoted decades of...

 

Manchester United transfer news: Youri Tielemans targeted, Thomas Muller admits temptation, Marcos Rojo exit

Louis van Gaal's spent nearly £250million during his three transfer windows with Manchester United and he's set to keep the spending going in January. The 64-year-old's been ruthless when it comes to dispensing with stars at Old Trafford and it looks...

Metro, 06:08 in Sport
 
Be A Hero: Almost 27,000 people in Yorkshire sign organ donor register in just three months of campaign

Be A Hero: Almost 27,000 people in Yorkshire sign organ donor register in just three months of campaign

Thanks to the amazing selflessness of people in Yorkshire almost 27,000 people have signed up to the NHS Organ Donor Register in three months. The incredible total comes just 12 weeks after the Be A Hero campaign, led by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS...

 


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