News archive from 14 September 2015

Manchester United news: Louis van Gaal deal, Andreas Pereira revelation, epic Anthony Martial stats

It appears Manchester United may have got their season up and running after an impressive 3-1 victory over Liverpool on Saturday. New signing Anthony Martial got off the mark within minutes of coming on against the Reds and many fans believe he can...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 

Kim Cattrall: I consider myself a mother despite not having offspring

Kim Cattrall has spoken of her anger at being described as childless and said that she considered herself a mother, despite not having offspring. In a discussion on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, which she is guest-editing on Monday, the Sex and the City...

 

UK economic doubts grow stronger as manufacturers struggle

New doubts have emerged over the UK’s economic outlook after new evidence that growth is reliant on household spending while manufacturers struggle with a strong pound and the fallout from a downturn in China. UK economic growth is expected to hold up...

 

Half of children have been bullied – survey

Around half of children have been bullied and most of the abuse takes place at school, a study has found. A quarter of young people said they had been picked on because of the way they look and 13% thought they had been targeted because of their...

Guardian, 00:09 in Learning
 

Why Manchester City should fear Sevilla more than Juventus in the Champions League

The Champions League draw wasn't kind to Manchester City. A proverbial "group of death' awaits the Citizens and Manuel Pellegrini will need all of his big names on song on the European nights if he wants to deliver a knockout stage berth to his...

Metro, 00:11 in Sport
 
Israel: Violence mars eve of Rosh Hashanah

Israel: Violence mars eve of Rosh Hashanah

ISRAELI police clashed with Palestinian protesters at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site - raising tensions in the holy city ahead of the Jewish New Year. Police say they entered the site “to prevent riots”. They were reported to have used tear gas...

 
Border checkpoints are set up by ‘swamped’ Germany

Border checkpoints are set up by ‘swamped’ Germany

GERMANY has reintroduced temporary checks at its border with Austria after authorities in Munich warned they were being stretched to "the limit" by the influx of Syrian asylum seekers. Ahead of an emergency summit in Brussels today, interior...

 
90 killed in India as explosives devastate restaurant

90 killed in India as explosives devastate restaurant

POLICE in central India are looking for a man being blamed for a massive explosion at a restaurant that killed 90 people, as angry residents protested at the way the authorities are handling the case. A cooking gas cylinder exploded at the restaurant...

 
Saudi king’s vow on Grand Mosque crane disaster

Saudi king’s vow on Grand Mosque crane disaster

SAUDI Arabia's King Salman has vowed to find out what caused a crane collapse that killed 107 people at Mecca's Grand Mosque ahead of the annual hajj pilgrimage. King Salman has also stated that the results of any investigation in the accident at...

 
Ukraine edges nearer peace as deal ‘90% done’

Ukraine edges nearer peace as deal ‘90% done’

GERMAN Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says significant progress has been made in talks about the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Mr Steinmeier was speaking after a meeting with his Russian, Ukrainian and French counterparts in Berlin. Earlier,...

 
Global warming to accelerate again, experts warn

Global warming to accelerate again, experts warn

THE world is likely to see a return to rapid warming in the next couple of years, scientists say, in what could signal the end of the "pause" in rising global temperatures. Experts say big changes are under way in the Earth’s climate system,...

 
Lack of powers could spark new indyref, says Hosie

Lack of powers could spark new indyref, says Hosie

A SECOND independence referendum could be triggered if the new powers coming to Holyrood do not meet public demands, the SNP's deputy leader has warned. The Scottish Government would also be ready to stage its own vote on leaving the UK even if it is...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 
Woman seriously injured after being hit by car in Walsall

Woman seriously injured after being hit by car in Walsall

Ambulance crews were called to the junction of West Bromwich Road and the Broadway, Palfrey, at around 4.40pm. West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman John Hawker, said: "Crews arrived to find a female pedestrian that had suffered multiple...

 
Dugdale to Corbyn: I’m the boss in Scotland

Dugdale to Corbyn: I’m the boss in Scotland

NEW Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to visit Scotland this week - but has been warned by Scottish leader Kezia Dugdale that she is charge north of the border. Mr Corbyn was declared Ed Miliband’s successor on Saturday on the back of a surge of...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 
Tagged burglar caught after raid on Leeds home

Tagged burglar caught after raid on Leeds home

TWO burglars who forced their way into a family home during the night in order to steal their car have been returned to prison. A court heard Daniel Rennison and Steffan Jackson forced the window of a house on Longroyd Avenue, Beeston, in the early...

 


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