News archive from 19 April 2016

Man hands himself in to police after woman, 39, is found stabbed to death in Cheadle Hulme house

Man hands himself in to police after woman, 39, is found stabbed to death in Cheadle Hulme house

A man has been arrested after a woman was stabbed to death in a Stockport home. The 39-year-old woman is understood to have been attacked at a house in Cheadle Hulme on Monday evening, dying a short time afterwards. Police last night launched a...

 

A sense of sonic miracle

Chris Searle reviews Sounds and Cries of the World by Jen Shyu and Jade Tongue Jen Shyu and Jade Tongue: Sounds and Cries of the World (PI61) JEN SHYU was born in 1978 in Peoria, Illinois, the daughter of a Taiwanese father and a mother from East...

 

England claim Langford Sevens series title

England battled back in Canada to defeat New Zealand yesterday to win the Langford Sevens tournament. After trailing 14-7, England ended the first half ahead 19-14 and dominated in the second to finish the match 31-14 to lift the trophy. “It was an...

 

Directors go after Villa relegation

Bernstein and King leave Villa just weeks into job Premier League laughing stock Aston Villa’s season reached another low point yesterday when directors David Bernstein and Mervyn King quit, weeks into their tenure. Villa’s relegation was officially...

 

Joi Sound System: Joi

Album reviews with Will Stone Joi Sound System: Joi (Real World) 2/5 ONE thing that can be said about electronic music is that not all of it stands the test of time.  Listen to some early Orb. Legendary as they very well might be, their output is...

 

Jessy Lanza: Oh No

Album reviews with Will Stone Jessy Lanza: Oh No (Hyperdub) 4/5 JESSY LANZA stands alone in recording artist history in creating what can only be described as dub R&B. She blazed to glory in 2013 with her debut album Pull My Hair Back, described...

 
One in four executives believes 'corruption and bribery is rife in UK'

One in four executives believes 'corruption and bribery is rife in UK'

More than one in four business leaders believe bribery and corruption is rife in the UK, according to survey conducted by accountants EY. Twenty-eight per cent of UK respondents said corruption was widespread – an increase from 18% a year earlier –...

Guardian, 00:02 in Business
 
Spurs star Harry Kane fires warning to Leicester: We're not going anywhere!

Spurs star Harry Kane fires warning to Leicester: We're not going anywhere!

Tottenham ace Kane posted a picture online of a pack of lions before he and fellow England star Deli Alli each scored twice to savage Stoke. The victory took Spurs to within five points of the Foxes, who could only scrape a 2-2 draw at home to West...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Transfer update: Chelsea step up their pursuit of £62m European superstar to stun Man Utd

Transfer update: Chelsea step up their pursuit of £62m European superstar to stun Man Utd

According to the Mirror, the Blues are refusing to give up on signing the £62m-rated Atletico Madrid forward. They are are set to free up their wage bill by allowing the likes of Falcao, Pato and Loic Remy to leave in the summer. And the club are said...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Exclusive: Liverpool make Robert Lewandowski their top summer target

Exclusive: Liverpool make Robert Lewandowski their top summer target

Starsport understand that the Merseyside giants are set for a huge investment from the Middle East. It will bring a massive cash injection alongside the record-breaking new £5bn Premier League TV deal. Jurgen Klopp will now have the chance to compete...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Nicola Sturgeon reveals tragedy of M9 crash victims was lowest point of her time as First Minister

Nicola Sturgeon reveals tragedy of M9 crash victims was lowest point of her time as First Minister

NICOLA Sturgeon has cited the deaths of M9 crash couple John Yuill and Lamara Bell as the lowest point in her career as First Minister. She revealed "you do feel these things very deeply" as she described the incident - in which police...

 

Novak Djokovic plays down Andy Murray's concerns about doping in tennis: 'I’ve spoken to him and he didn’t...

Novak Djokovic poured cold water on Andy Murray’s concerns about doping in tennis claiming he has spoken to the British No 1 on the subject and was convinced he did not mean anything personal. The Serbian was responding after his coach Boris Becker...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 
Cris 'Cyborg' Justino: I can fight Ronda Rousey anytime

Cris 'Cyborg' Justino: I can fight Ronda Rousey anytime

Mixed martial arts fans have been dying to see the two women slug it out for years. However, a fight between the duo has failed to materialise as they haven't been able to resolve the issue of weight class the contest would take place in. Rousey,...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Leicester title challenge can cope without Jamie Vardy, insists Danny Simpson 

Jamie Vardy has been one of the players of the season, but Danny Simpson is confident his absence will not derail Leicester's title bid. A remarkable campaign hit a bump in the road on Sunday as Claudio Ranieri's men fought out a frantic and fractious...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Kezia Dugdale: Scottish Labour is set against austerity – and it’s not just talk

Scottish Labour leader KEZIA DUGDALE talks to Zoe Streatfield about her plan for the May 5 Scottish Parliament elections SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale wants voters to know that her party is changing. She says Labour now has a “clear...

 


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