News archive from 16 March 2016

China parliament approves new five-year economic plan

China parliament approves new five-year economic plan

China's parliament has ended its annual session by approving a new five-year economic plan, as Premier Li Keqiang says the country will push ahead with economic reforms. The plan aims to grow the world's second-largest economy by around 6.5 to 7% a...

BBC, 05:09 in World News
 
Peshawar bomb kills at least 15 on bus for Pakistani officials

Peshawar bomb kills at least 15 on bus for Pakistani officials

At least 15 people were killed when a bomb exploded on a bus carrying Pakistani government officials in the city of Peshawar, officials said. The attack took place on a main road after the bus picked up government employees from areas surrounding...

 
Hartlepool boss proud of display at Newport

Hartlepool boss proud of display at Newport

Craig Hignett declared himself “proud” of his players after Hartlepool United stretched their unbeaten run to three games with a 0-0 draw at Newport. Pools more than matched a County side who were on cloud nine after a 3-0 win at Portsmouth at the...

 
Don’t panic, but a black hole just flashed ‘violent’ red and burned as brightly as 1,000 suns

Don’t panic, but a black hole just flashed ‘violent’ red and burned as brightly as 1,000 suns

A black hole just emitted ‘violent’ red flashes – each as bright as 1,000 suns – as it devoured material from a nearby star. It was one of the brightest black hole outbursts in recent years – as the black hole ‘spat out’ matter as it ate. In June...

Metro, 00:02 in Hot News
 
Hull City player ratings: Another draw but who stood out against Nottingham Forest?

Hull City player ratings: Another draw but who stood out against Nottingham Forest?

Philip Buckingham gives his verdict on Hull City's performance in the 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest. Allan McGregor: City's ever-present keeper saved well from Macheda to make amends for a fluffed earlier punch but could do nothing about Gardner's...

 

Lee Westwood revels in Cheltenham glory but reveals he finds watching family horse Ballyalton more nervous...

Lee Westwood gained an insight into the feelings of his family when they watch him play golf after the horse he owns with his father gave him a first Cheltenham winner. As 12-1 shot Ballyalton won the Close Brothers Handicap Chase by half a length,...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

£900m scandal hits Silverstone-based Force India boss Vijay Mallya

Shame will once again cloud the opening to the Grand Prix season, with one of its most flamboyant characters due to appear before Indian investigators on suspicion of money laundering. Vijay Mallya, known as ‘India’s Richard Branson’, and owner of the...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Mauricio Pochettino set to sign bumper new £3.5m-a-year Tottenham deal this summer

Mauricio Pochettino is expected to finalise a new £3.5million-per-year Tottenham contract at the end of the season. Talks over a new long-term deal for the Argentine are underway and progressing smoothly. The proposed contract will see Pochettino net...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Harry back on doorsteps after 65 years

AT NINETY-THREE, Harry Leslie Smith could be forgiven for leaving the slog of door-to-door canvassing to Labour’s legions of young activists that he has helped to inspire, writes Luke James. But the energetic World War II veteran returned to the front...

 

Leicester City hero Shinji Okazaki admits calm Claudio turned into raging Ranieri at half-time against...

Shinji Okazaki has revealed Claudio Ranieri delivered a furious rebuke to his players at half-time of Leicester City's victory over Newcastle United such was his displeasure at the performance. Leicester were winning 1-0 through Okazaki's spectacular...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Spanish civil war anniversary inspires commemorative ale

A SPECIAL beer is to be produced to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spanish civil war, writes Peter Lazenby. The ale will be dedicated to the women and men from around the world who volunteered to fight for the elected republican government...

 

Peter Scudamore Cheltenham 2016 day one REVIEW: Nico De Boinville off to a flying start while 31 jockeys...

Day one of Cheltenham Festival 2016 gave us plenty of moments to savour from Annie Power's astonishing performance in the Champion Hurdle to Douvan dominant display in the Arkle Chase but what else happened? Eight-time champion jockey and rider of 13...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

120 jobs to go at cider factory of 240 years

A DRINKS company poised to report an annual profit of more than £80 million is to sack 120 workers at a historic Somerset cider mill, union officials revealed yesterday. Shepton Mallet Cider Mill has been producing cider, including the Olde English...

 

England boss Roy Hodgson considering Dele Alli for deep midfield role at Euro 2016 if Jack Wilshere fails...

Roy Hodgson is considering playing Dele Alli in England’s deep-lying central midfield role at Euro 2016. Jack Wilshere, if fit, will start in that role in France, but Hodgson has begun making contingency plans in case the Arsenal star fails to prove...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Germany: Car blast linked to gangs, not terrorists

A MAN was killed in the centre of the German capital Berlin yesterday when an explosion wrecked the car he was driving. Police said the blast was most likely caused by a bomb, but investigators were working on the assumption that it was not a...

 


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