News archive from 16 May 2015

Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony bracing himself for boos on Swansea City return but vows to battle on 

Wilfried Bony admits he will be a sitting duck for the Swansea boo-boys on his return to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday, but has vowed to make a success of his £28million move to Manchester City. Bony scored 34 goals in 70 games for the Welsh side but...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Newcastle boss John Carver feels sobering result at Leicester was a wake-up call and wishes it had happened...

John Carver wishes Newcastle's embarrassing collapse at Leicester had happened far sooner. It was two weeks ago that the Magpies were shamed in front of the live television cameras as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat in which Mike Williamson and Daryl...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Kerry to urge China restraint in South China Sea projects

Kerry to urge China restraint in South China Sea projects

US Secretary of State John Kerry is in China to urge Beijing to halt what is seen as its increasingly assertive actions in the South China Sea. US officials say Mr Kerry will voice concerns over China's land reclamation projects in the disputed...

BBC, 00:02 in World News
 
Superheroes use their powers to raise £100k in ONE DAY for a cancer care centre

Superheroes use their powers to raise £100k in ONE DAY for a cancer care centre

A staggering £100,000 has been raised in ONE DAY for a cancer care centre. Thousands of superheroes across Greater Manchester donned their masks and capes to raise funds towards child bereavement services at the Beechwood centre, based in Stockport....

 

Watch the DIY jet powered go-kart speed down a runway: Inventor claims his flame-throwing car can reach 60mph

He is the brains behind the world’s fastest mobility scooter, the longest-ever motorbike and a giant fart machine in Dover. Now British DIY inventor Colin Furze has been working on another ridiculous project; a jet engine strapped to a go kart....

 
Taiwan orders Alibaba's Taobao out for rule violation - reports

Taiwan orders Alibaba's Taobao out for rule violation - reports

The commission falls under the Ministry of Economic Affairs and has authority to regulate Chinese investments in Taiwan. In March, Taobao's parent, the online retailer Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, was itself ordered to leave the island within six months...

 
George Osborne plans new Budget on 8 July

George Osborne plans new Budget on 8 July

Chancellor George Osborne has said that he will deliver a new Budget on 8 July. Writing in the Sun Mr Osborne said it would be aimed at "working people" and "entrench stability and security". He admitted it was "unusual"...

BBC, 00:10 in Regional
 
Mammoth 1,000ft water slide is coming to the area

Mammoth 1,000ft water slide is coming to the area

People will have the chance to shoot down a giant water slide in Lincoln as part of a fundraising event. The Rotary Club of Lincoln Colonia will set up a giant flume in Flaxengate, Lincoln, on Sunday 12th July. Participants will slide at an average...

 

World Whisky Day: Can you tell the difference between expensive whisky and Sainsbury's Basics?

HAPPY WORLD WHISKY DAY! Like we all need another excuse to have a drink... To celebrate the occasion Metro.co.uk ventured into the heart of Kensington, London, to test the knowledge of hardened whisky connoisseurs and amateurs. Could they tell the...

Metro, 00:10 in Hot News
 
Sahara screenings: World's most remote film festival

Sahara screenings: World's most remote film festival

This is the world's most remote film festival - in a refugee camp in the Sahara desert, where nothing grows and few people visit. The sun is so scorching in Algeria's Dakhla camp - over the border from the disputed territory of Western Sahara - that...

BBC, 00:11 in World News
 

George Osborne calls emergency July budget to reveal next wave of austerity

George Osborne will reveal how the government plans to cut £12bn from Britain’s welfare bill when he announces a fresh wave of austerity measures in his second budget in less than four months on 8 July. The chancellor said he wanted to make a start...

Guardian, 00:12 in Politics
 
Osborne to unveil Summer Budget

Osborne to unveil Summer Budget

GEORGE OSbORNE will deliver a summer Budget as work begins on identifying the next round of Government spending cuts. The Chancellor will use his July 8 Budget to set out how the Conservatives will use their slim parliamentary majority to push through...

 

Stuart McCall relaxed about rivals being linked with Rangers manager's position ahead of play-off

Herald Sport this week reported that Karl Robinson, the 34-year-old who has just lead Milton Keynes Dons into the English Championship for the first time in their history, had attracted the interest of the Rangers board. Loading article content...

The Herald, 00:12 in Sport
 

A fingerprint test finds cocaine use: Scientists develop new method to determine whether drug has been...

Scientists have developed a fingerprint test they claim can detect cocaine use. A British-led team has created a new method which can determine whether the drug has been ingested, rather than just touched. They used different types of an analytical...

 
Stuart McCall confident sell-out Ibrox crowd will help roar Rangers into play-off semi-final

Stuart McCall confident sell-out Ibrox crowd will help roar Rangers into play-off semi-final

The promotion hopefuls expect their 51,000-capacity stadium to be full for the second leg of the SPFL Premiership play-off quarter-final against Queen of the South tomorrow. The Rangers board set all ticket prices at £5 following a public...

The Herald, 00:12 in Sport
 


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