News archive from 17 September 2016

Ambitious Brickfield Rangers sign highly-rated defender Michael Johnston

Ambitious Brickfield Rangers sign highly-rated defender Michael Johnston

Ambitious Welsh National League Premier Division club Brickfield Rangers have further signalled their intentions to challenge for honours this season with the signing of former Bangor City defender Michael Johnston. The 28-year-old made over 250 Welsh...

Daily Post, 00:00 in Sport
 

U.S. removes defunct Saudi-linked American charity from blacklist

The United States on Friday removed a defunct charity with links to Saudi Arabia from its sanctions blacklist as part of a settlement with the charity that ends a lengthy dispute arising from claims that it funnelled money to terrorists, the Treasury...

 

Strange mammoth skull discovered in California baffles scientists: Experts finds extinct creature has...

A unique fossil discovery has baffled scientists as they dig through a California Island looking for clues about human migration and mammoth extinction. Deep within centuries of dirt, the team uncovered a well-preserved complete mammoth skull on Santa...

 
Lincolnshire Wolds ‘must be safeguarded’ by post-Brexit policy, says CLA

Lincolnshire Wolds ‘must be safeguarded’ by post-Brexit policy, says CLA

0 Have your say The CLA (Country Land & Business Association) has claimed that the Lincolnshire Wolds ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ (AONB) could be at risk if the Government does not produce a world-leading policy for food, farming and the...

 

Tattoos can IMPROVE your chances of getting hired: Study finds inked staff can be 'seen as an asset' to...

It’s a piece of advice that often comes unwelcome to people with tattoos – ‘you’ll never get a job with those.’ And according to a new study, it’s time to put these words to rest. A researcher has found that having tattoos can actually increase a...

 

Wish you never upgraded to iOS 10? This trick lets you uninstall Apple’s latest software and go back to iOS 9

iPhone owners have been anticipating Apple’s ‘biggest release ever’ since they first caught a glimpse of the technology at a conference in June. However, between the revamped emojis, technical issues and removal of the swipe to unlock, many users wish...

 

Ancient lakes on Mars suggest the red planet could have hosted life for a BILLION years longer than we thought

We already know at one point the dry, arid planet Mars was covered in vast oceans - but our understanding of when this ended has just completely changed. It used to be thought the red planet's 'wet era' happened around 4 billion years ago, when the...

 
Florida man sues Samsung, says Galaxy Note 7 exploded

Florida man sues Samsung, says Galaxy Note 7 exploded

Samsung Electronics Co (005930.KS) was sued on Friday by a Florida man who said he suffered severe burns after his Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded in his front pants pocket. The lawsuit by Jonathan Strobel may be the first in the United States by a...

 

Premature babies face a lifetime of breathing problems - even DESPITE lung treatment straight after birth

Even preemies who receive breathing treatments to improve lung function early in life may have respiratory challenges as children and adolescents, a study suggests. Researchers focused on the most vulnerable subset of premature babies: those born at...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Health
 
Is this the most convincing picture of the Loch Ness monster ever taken?

Is this the most convincing picture of the Loch Ness monster ever taken?

3 Have your say A whisky warehouse worker has taken a picture of what could be one of the most convincing Loch Ness Monster sightings to date. Amateur photographer Ian Bremner, 58, was driving around the Highlands in search of red deer - but stumbled...

 

Traffic brought to a halt after G4S gets helpline gig

by Sofia Lotto Persio FEMINIST group Sisters Uncut stopped traffic in central London yesterday in a colourful march from Whitehall to the nearby headquarters of infamous private security firm G4S. The group wants the government to reverse its decision...

 
Texting drivers: Penalty points and fines to double

Texting drivers: Penalty points and fines to double

Motorists caught using mobile phones while driving are to face "much tougher penalties", with fines and points doubling, the UK government has said. Under new rules expected to come in next year, drivers will get six points on their licence...

BBC, 00:19 in Regional
 

Slaven Bilic slams West Ham for slipping into 'cruise control' during stuttering start to the season

Slaven Bilic has chided his West Ham team for playing within their ‘comfort zone’ during a disappointing start to the campaign. The Hammers sit in 17th position in the Premier League table with just three points from their opening four matches ahead...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Hazardous waste ‘dumped in drains’

Union calls for inquiry after reports of latest Serco scandal by Paddy McGuffin A UNION demanded an urgent inquiry yesterday into allegations that hazardous waste has been unlawfully dumped down public drains in west London by notorious contractor...

 

Staff won’t take toilet break attack sitting down

by Paddy McGuffin STRIKE action on two London Underground lines over allegations that staff toilet breaks were being “timed” was “solidly” supported yesterday, disrupting services in the capital, said rail union RMT. RMT members on the Hammersmith...

 


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