News archive from 17 October 2015

Jurgen Klopp the showman... Liverpool's new boss as you've never seen him before

Jurgen Klopp the showman... Liverpool's new boss as you've never seen him before

As Jurgen Klopp prepares to make his Premier League bow on Saturday, it appears the new Liverpool manager wasn't always such a cool customer. This picture of the German from 30 years ago is one that he would probably like to forget. Other pictures...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Rugby World Cup: Who can spring surprise during this weekend's quarter-finals?  

Rugby World Cup: Who can spring surprise during this weekend's quarter-finals?  

South Africa, Wales, New Zealand, France, Ireland, Argentina, Australia and Scotland will all be hoping they still have a chance of lifting the Webb Ellis Cup after this weekend's round of fixtures. Here, Sportsmail's rugby experts Sir Clive Woodward,...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt sets sights on history but admits he has 'a love-hate relationship with my job'

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt sets sights on history but admits he has 'a love-hate relationship with my job'

Before guiding Ireland to a memorable victory over Australia last autumn, Joe Schmidt did not sleep a wink. ‘I didn’t know until later that I had appendicitis,’ he said with a smile. Schmidt is not suffering with any such ailments now but he fears...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Property ‘second-steppers' rely on Bank of Mum and Dad

Property ‘second-steppers' rely on Bank of Mum and Dad

THE Bank of Mum and Dad is not only having to finance first-time buyers - but young homeowners wanting to move on the next step up the ladder, a report has revealed. Nearly a fifth of homeowners trying to take their second step on the housing ladder...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Hot News
 
Turkey offered European visas to stem refugee flow

Turkey offered European visas to stem refugee flow

EU plans to make it easier for Turkish nationals to get visas to travel to Europe will not apply to the UK unless it chooses to opt into the scheme, European Commission sources have confirmed. A summit of EU leaders in Brussels agreed an action plan...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Hot News
 

Andy Sullivan leads as stormy forecast means shotgun start at Portugal Masters

England's Andy Sullivan will hope incoming thunderstorms do not blow him off course in his bid to become the first man to win three European Tour events this season after assuming the outright lead in the Portugal Masters. Severe storms with...

 

Wales ready for World Cup "warfare" against South Africa

Jamie Roberts has braced Wales for "physical warfare" in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final clash against South Africa at Twickenham. Roberts knows from vivid personal memory just how punishing an appointment with the Springboks can be....

 
Last of Scotland's steel industry faces meltdown

Last of Scotland's steel industry faces meltdown

THE future of Scotland's steel industry is hanging by a thread after it emerged the country's last two major plants are facing the axe next week. About 400 jobs are believed to be at risk at Tata’s two plants in Motherwell and Cambuslang as the firm...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 
BBC accused of lies over Scotland political coverage

BBC accused of lies over Scotland political coverage

THE BBC has been accused of peddling more "half truths and lies" than the Nazis as SNP activists vented their anger at its perceived bias against Scotland and independence. Senoir corporation executive Ewan Angus was heckled and booed at a...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 

Our Cute Kids Competition is back! Enter Now!

Each year we search for Merseyside's most adorable kids. This year’s competition will be bigger and better than ever and your child could be the winner. We’re calling on all proud parents to submit their kids’ cutest photographs online and YOU, the...

 
Pills for Scottish kids aged 5 in ADHD ‘epidemic'

Pills for Scottish kids aged 5 in ADHD ‘epidemic'

THE number of Scots children on medication for the behavioural disorder ADHD has soared. Almost 10,000 people were given drugs to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) last year, many aged between five and 14. This is up 9.9% on...

Scotsman, 00:11 in Health
 

Talking Horses: Saturday's best bets plus the latest racing news

7.10pm BST Jack Hobbs can thrive after break John Gosden has been fretting about a wide draw for his Jack Hobbs (3.05) in the Champion Stakes but the difficulty of stall 12 can be overplayed when, so far as we can tell, this three-year-old is clearly...

Guardian, 00:17 in Sport
 

Watch flesh-eating beetles at work: Gruesome video shows creatures swarm to strip bodies to the bone for...

It's a macabre sight - flesh-eating beetles swarming the body of decaying animals, stripping them to the bone. But in fact, researchers at the ‘library of life’ use these Dermestid beetles to help preserve animal specimens for future generations. When...

 
Is this evidence of a parallel universe? Sightings of a 'floating city' in China are simply an optical illusion, say scientists

Is this evidence of a parallel universe? Sightings of a 'floating city' in China are simply an optical...

Thousands of people in China claim they have seen a 'floating city' in the sky. Residents of Jiangxi and Foshan were stunned when they saw what they thought to be towering sky scrapers appearing from the clouds. While many believed they had seen a...

 

Sudoku killer 471

Normal sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within dotted lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by dotted lines. For a helping hand call our solutions line on 0906 200 83...

 


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