News archive from 18 June 2016, page 3

Dyson hair dryer, Versus Versace and River Island: This week's must haves

Dyson hair dryer, Versus Versace and River Island: This week's must haves

Clockwise from top left: PET SHOP TOYS Gummi Pets bowl, £9.57, The Design Gift Shop (029 453 0332, thedesigngiftshop.com) RADIO GAGA Heritage portable DAB+ radio with Bluetooth, £169.99, Goodmans (goodmans.co.uk) HANG OUT THE BUNTING Mexican Fiesta...

 
Cold shoulder tops: Summer's most flattering shapes from Topshop, Primark and River Island

Cold shoulder tops: Summer's most flattering shapes from Topshop, Primark and River Island

Left:  £20, Dorothy Perkins (0344 984 0261, dorothyperkins.com) Right: Sterling silver earrings, £35, dress £29.50, both Marks & Spencer (0333 014 8000, marksandspencer.com) From left to right: £55, Wallis (0344 984 0266, wallis.co.uk) £13,...

 
Hot tropics: The coolest summer holiday wear from Yours Clothing

Hot tropics: The coolest summer holiday wear from Yours Clothing

Styling by Paula O'Connor Photographs by Neil Marriott Left: Double-layer maxi dress, £36; platform sandals, £22; cuff, £8, all Yours Clothing (0844 820 4204, yoursclothing.co.uk) Right: Silk vest, £12; shorts, £16; cuff, £8, all Yours Clothing (as...

 

Scotland must put an end to these ‘glorious failures’

Andrew Muirhead opens up about the hint of jealousy he feels watching the likes of England, Wales and Ireland grace the stage at Euro 2016 Deja vu has struck Scotland once again as we have to watch another major football tournament from the...

 

The continued fight to keep kids healthy and active

With obesity levels rising among young kids, Sport4kids is attempting to reverse the trend through a wide variety of sports Sport4Kids (S4K), a sporting initiative that offers a variety of sports services to children across London and Berkshire, is on...

 

Leaders: Upholding democracy is a fitting tribute to Jo Cox

MP – and her colleagues of all parties – should be honoured for principled devotion to bettering the lives of their constituents When someone dies in horrific circumstances, it is only to be expected that the tributes will be fulsome and many. In the...

Scotsman, 00:16 in Politics
 

Rio state government declares 'state of calamity' over Olympic funding

The Rio de Janeiro state government has declared a 'state of public calamity', saying emergency financial measures must be undertaken in order for the Olympic Games to go ahead as planned due to a 'severe economic crisis' in the state. A statement...

Belper News, 00:20 in Sport
 
Man United ace David De Gea breaks 50-year record at Euro 2016

Man United ace David De Gea breaks 50-year record at Euro 2016

Turkey were swept aside by the European Championship holders 3-0, thanks to an Alvaro Morata double and a Nolito effort. And De Gea’s run of clean sheets means he breaks Gordon Banks’ long-standing record, according to Goal. The 25-year-old didn’t...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 
UFC 200 will be bigger than 202 - Daniel Cormier

UFC 200 will be bigger than 202 - Daniel Cormier

The landmark event takes place at the brand new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 9. The card features not one, not two, but three title fights, and the return of former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar. Featherweight champion Conor...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 
Calling all wildlife fans: join in the riverside clear up

Calling all wildlife fans: join in the riverside clear up

0 Have your say The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams project is teaming up with Lincolnshire Co-op this Saturday (June 18) to clear up rubbish from the River Lud and Louth Canals. Volunteers are invited to take part in one of the activities that forms part...

 

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Saturday, June 18

THE TIN MAN (Ascot, 4.20) can prove a wizard bet in today’s Diamond Jubilee Stakes. Trainer James Fanshawe has enjoyed a terrific association with the Group 1 feature, courtesy of stalwart Society Rock, who won it in 2011 and was also placed twice....

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 
Airdrieonians focus on fitness in Scottish Borders pre-season friendly opener

Airdrieonians focus on fitness in Scottish Borders pre-season friendly opener

KEVIN McBRIDE insists the focus will be on fitness in today’s friendly with Gala Fairydean Rovers. The Airdrieonians first-team coach takes his side to Netherdale in the Scottish Borders for a clash with the Lowland League side. Kick-off is 3pm. Entry...

 
Albion Rovers keeper Ross Stewart in safe hands with new goalie coach

Albion Rovers keeper Ross Stewart in safe hands with new goalie coach

TONY McMINN reckons Albion Rovers No 1 Ross Stewart is in safe hands. The League One club have appointed Lindsay Hamilton as the club’s new goalkeeping coach. The 53-year-old replaces Ross Ballantyne who has moved to Livingston. Hamilton enjoyed a...

 
Calling all wildlife fans: join in the riverside clear up

Calling all wildlife fans: join in the riverside clear up

0 Have your say The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams project is teaming up with Lincolnshire Co-op this Saturday (June 18) to clear up rubbish from the River Lud and Louth Canals. Volunteers are invited to take part in one of the activities that forms part...

 
EU referendum: Ex-army chief Lord Guthrie switches to Leave

EU referendum: Ex-army chief Lord Guthrie switches to Leave

Former defence chief Lord Guthrie has switched sides to the Leave campaign in the EU referendum, saying he is worried by the prospect of "a European army". In February the ex-chief of the defence staff signed a Downing Street letter calling...

BBC, 00:33 in Regional
 


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