News archive from 18 September 2016

Veteran angler to reveal Scotland’s best fishing spots

It is a quiet and contemplative style of angling thought to date back 2,000 years – attracting thousands of enthusiasts to Scotland’s rivers and lochs every year to enjoy a spot of fly-fishing. Now, for those looking to enhance their experience, one...

 

How Aston Villa's Albert Adomah played during brief debut cameo at Ipswich

There wasn't much time to make an impact - even though an eight-minute cameo became twice that because of the amount of stoppage time. Albert Adomah was handed his Aston Villa debut in the 0-0 draw against Ipswich Town at Portman Road. Adomah, who...

 

Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett has a message for matchwinner Lukas Jutkiewicz's critics

Gary Rowett has praised Lukas Jutkiewicz for being a matchwinner and team player for Birmingham City. Jutkiewicz silenced his critics by ending a goal drought dating back 28 months. The striker, on loan from Burnley, stepped off the substitutes bench...

 
Calvin Harris flies home to Scotland for his most important gig yet - being his pal's best man

Calvin Harris flies home to Scotland for his most important gig yet - being his pal's best man

SUPERSTAR DJ Calvin Harris flew into Scotland yesterday to be best man at a childhood pal’s wedding. The 32-year-old returned home to Dumfries and put on a tartan tie to see long-time friend Mark Irving tie the knot with Ellie Richmond. And LA-based...

 

Tim Farron: People should respect my beliefs as a Christian

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has insisted critics need to respect his views as a Christian. Mr Farron said he did not understand why some people found his continued refusal to say whether he believes gay sex is sinful a concern. Asked if he understood...

 
Manchester City ready to move for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez in January transfer window

Manchester City ready to move for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez in January transfer window

Manchester City are plotting a move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, according to reports. The Sunday Express claim that City are keeping tabs on the Chilean’s contract situation with the Gunners as his deal is currently set to expire in the summer...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 

Tim Farron: People should respect my beliefs as a Christian

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has insisted critics need to respect his views as a Christian. Mr Farron said he did not understand why some people found his continued refusal to say whether he believes gay sex is sinful a concern. Asked if he understood...

 
Doc Martin? Being a GP ‘is much more fun than that’

Doc Martin? Being a GP ‘is much more fun than that’

Family doctors are launching a campaign to explode the “myth” that hospital teams in television dramas such as Casualty and Holby City are the only medics with exciting and important jobs. GP leaders hope the initiative will dispel the idea that their...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Are statins safe? Only you and your doctor can decide

Are statins safe? Only you and your doctor can decide

The controversy raging over the safety and effectiveness of statins is creating uncertainty among people taking them or who might need to consider doing so. Are statins as controversial as stories suggest? Statins lower the amount of bad (low-density...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Letters: my prescription for the NHS is a new Beveridge report…

Letters: my prescription for the NHS is a new Beveridge report…

My prescription for the NHS? A new Beveridge report… With parents who were scared if we children became ill because of the “doctor’s bills”, we welcomed the 1942 Beveridge report, which led to the NHS (“Our hospitals are on brink of collapse”, News,...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

Warsaw face Uefa punishment

FOOTBALL: Uefa yesterday charged Legia Warsaw with six offences after crowd trouble marred the Polish club’s Champions League game against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday. A small but organised minority in the 28,000-strong crowd tried to attack the...

 

Winks pens new Tottenham deal

Tottenham youngster Harry Winks signed a new five-year contract, the club announced yesterday. Winks joined Spurs’ academy in 2012 and made his Premier League debut as a substitute against Liverpool last month. His new deal will expire in 2021. The...

 

Lawler out with a broken back

RUGBY LEAGUE: Hull KR forward George Lawler played on with a fractured vertebra in his lower back, the club revealed yesterday. The 21-year-old sustained the damage during his side’s 25-18 home defeat by Leigh Centurions in the Super 8s Qualifiers a...

 
US airman found dead near RAF Lakenheath is named

US airman found dead near RAF Lakenheath is named

A US airman found dead near RAF Lakenheath has been named. The body of Sgt Joshua Wikston was discovered at his home close to the RAF station in Suffolk on Friday morning, the US Air Force said. He was a member of the 48th Aircraft Maintenance...

BBC, 00:12 in Regional
 

How to banish blemishes like Justine: An ever-growing range of treatments provide pain-free, no-scar...

Education Secretary Justine Greening turned heads last week when it was noticed that several of her distinctive facial moles had suddenly disappeared. The 47-year-old had reportedly had them removed following medical advice. Skin marks such as moles...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Health
 


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