News archive from 17 June 2017

Paul Smith says fight against Tyron Zeuge could be his last chance to become world champ

Paul Smith says fight against Tyron Zeuge could be his last chance to become world champ

“It could be my last chance to become a world champion” Paul Smith Smith takes on WBA world super middleweight champion Tyron Zeuge in Wetzlar. And having lost back-to-back challenges for the WBO belt against Arthur Abraham, he aims to make the most...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea: Monaco star to snub Man Utd and Man City for Blues - report

Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea: Monaco star to snub Man Utd and Man City for Blues - report

The France international enjoyed a hugely impressive 2016/17 campaign playing under Leonardo Jardim at the Stade Louis II. And his performances as they marched to Ligue 1 title glory, as well as the Champions League semi-finals, attracted plenty of...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Big Brother 2017: Imran becomes the second person to be evicted as wife Sukhvinder leaves with him

Big Brother 2017: Imran becomes the second person to be evicted as wife Sukhvinder leaves with him

Imran has become the second person to be evicted from Big Brother 2017. Charlotte, Kayleigh, Sukhvinder, Rebecca, Raph and Imran all faced the public vote, with the latter becoming the second person to be eliminated from Big Brother. Sukhvinder has...

Metro, 00:00 in Showbiz
 

Boston man with a bionic eye that let him see for the first time in 20 years says it has 'given him his...

After spending nearly quarter of his life blind, Anthony Andreottola had a groundbreaking operation that allowed him to see again.  Andreottola was in his early 20s when he was diagnosed with a degenerative retina disease, a condition that would leave...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Rum and rhythms – Caribbean twist to annual music festival

Simon Cunliffe-Lister ‘I was keen to do something different for anniversary’

 

World Cup 2018 chief Vitaly Mutko insists racism 'is not a problem that is Russian' despite condemning...

The man heading Russia's 2018 World Cup has insisted that the country has no 'big problem' with racism, despite a report this week which shows there were 89 racist or far-right incidents at games in the country during the last domestic season. Vitaly...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Lifestyle: Give it a go!

The place to be on a Saturday morning is Dalby Forest parkrun, dust off your trail shoes and head to Dalby Forest. Dalby Forest is near Pickering. All abilities are welcome to take part. For more information visit www.parkrun.org.uk/dalbyforest/

 

Lifestyle: 10 of the best things to do around Whitby

The sun’s out, here’s our guide to 10 things you could do this week. 1 Flipside Rock ‘n’ Roll Weekender Whitby Pavilion, Friday June 16 and Saturday June 17 The event promises to bring a colourful and lively 1950s rock ‘n’ roll dance with three bands...

 

Why the Queen’s official birthday changes date every year

Today we are wishing happy birthday to Queen Elizabeth II…  for the second time this year. Yes, the Queen is celebrating her official birthday today after initially celebrating her 91st year for the first time on April 21. Every year the reigning...

Metro, 00:08 in Hot News
 

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil laps up the sun on Malibu beach alongside Manchester City winger Leroy Sane

Mesut Ozil has taken some time out to recuperate after a long season by soaking up the sunshine at Malibu beach in California.  Ozil posted a photo of himself standing with a crew of friends, including Manchester City winger Leroy Sane, as they stood...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

GRENFELL FIRE IS OUT, BUT KENSINGTON IS A POWDER KEG

Council besieged by rally demanding answers and action – not another endless, toothless inquiry by Steve Sweeney HUNDREDS of angry residents stormed council offices yesterday as they demanded support, housing and answers over the Grenfell Tower...

 

Refurbishment firm dodged millions in tax

by Felicity Collier ONE of the firms which carried out refurbishment work on Grenfell Tower has dodged millions of pounds in tax, it was revealed yesterday. Companies House documents show that Harley Wall Ltd, which undertook some of the cladding work...

 

Resident ‘lucky to be alive’ after harrowing experience

Zoe Dee gives Star eyewitness account by Lamiat Sabin in Ladbroke Grove A RESIDENT of Grenfell Tower told the Star yesterday that she’s lucky to be alive after a neighbour banged on her door to wake up because communal fire alarms could not be heard....

 

Gen Mattis to send 4,000 more US troops to Afghanistan

US invaders respond to Taliban recovery ALMOST 4,000 more US troops could be ordered to Afghanistan in the upcoming weeks, according to a White House leak. An anonymous official said Defence Secretary General James Mattis could announce the deployment...

 

EU approves £7.4bn bailout payment for Greece

GREECE’S Syriza government hailed the unlocking of more EU bailout money yesterday after the latest austerity cuts. European creditors agreed to release the latest tranche of €8.5 billion (£7.4 billion) on Thursday night after weeks of hard...

 


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