News archive from 19 September 2017

Usain Bolt parties with champagne in the sun as he continues to celebrate end of stellar athletics career

Since calling an end to his stellar athletics at the IAAF World Championships in London, Usain Bolt has been celebrating in some style. Despite the World Championships finishing back on August 13, the Jamaican star has kept the party going a month on...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas attends Kingsman premiere with family in the wake of Arsenal draw

Chelsea may have been frustrated by Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Sunday but Cesc Fabregas showed no sign of it on Monday evening. The Blues midfielder was all smiles as he attended the premier of Kingsman: The Golden Circle with his partner Daniella...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Don't want to pop a pill? Try these other alternatives to relieving pain

As many as ten million people in Britain live with some sort of chronic pain, according to the British Pain Society. While there are plenty of products and gadgets that claim to help soothe away pain, how well do any of them work? We asked GP Dr Clare...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Horse Racing Tips September 19: Newcastle, Redcar, Chepstow and Yarmouth

Horse Racing Tips September 19: Newcastle, Redcar, Chepstow and Yarmouth

NEWCASTLE 5.40 Cape Peninsular 6.10 Savannah Moon 6.40 Galilee Chapel 7.10 Photonics 7.40 Peace Trail 8.10 Archie Perkins 8.40 Jack Blane 9.10 Lady In Question   REDCAR 1.20 Kyllachy Dragon 1.50 Placebo Effect (nb) 2.20 Cosmic Chatter 2.55 Danish...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
Urinary incontinence causes: THESE five leaking triggers are all avoidable

Urinary incontinence causes: THESE five leaking triggers are all avoidable

Urinary incontinence is a condition where someone unintentionally leaks urine. It is a common problem thought to affect millions of people, according to the NHS. There are several types, but stress incontinence and urge incontinence are the two most...

 
Vaccine news: Children could soon be given ALL-IN-ONE single jab against diseases

Vaccine news: Children could soon be given ALL-IN-ONE single jab against diseases

"Exciting" new technology could eventually see every childhood vaccine delivered in a single injection, removing the misery of multiple jabs. Scientists are developing a new method of packaging vaccines in microscopic sealed "coffee...

 
Brain injury breakthrough: New app could SPOT symptoms of concussion after a fall

Brain injury breakthrough: New app could SPOT symptoms of concussion after a fall

A new app could help identify concussion or other brain injuries following a fall. Researchers at the University of Washington have developed technology that could look into the pupil of an elderly person's eye - the black centre - to identify an...

 

Bosses push new rogue scaffolders’ registration

THE safety-critical scaffolding industry is under threat of falling standards, builders’ union Unite warned yesterday. It said that the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) is attempting to introduce a “rogue” regulatory scheme...

 

Official’s removal ‘shows Tories’ chaos over Brexit’

THE Whitehall official heading the Brexit negotiating team has been shifted to a role as Theresa May’s EU adviser, triggering allegations yesterday that the government’s Brexit approach was in “chaos.” Oliver Robbins has been moved from Brexit...

 

Airlines ‘must fit filtration units now’

AIRLINES must fit air filtration units to their aircraft so that staff and passengers are not at risk of breathing in “toxic, contaminated air,” Unite demanded yesterday. Most aircrafts’ ventilation systems circulate air that can, in some...

 

India claims group has ‘terror’ links

INDIA turned a cold shoulder to the Rohingya people yesterday, with the government insisting courts should not “interfere” with its “executive policy decision” to deport the persecuted Muslim minority. Two Rohingya refugees were challenging New...

 

Brazil: Corruption-riddled Temer picks new attorney general

BRAZIL’S unelected President Michel Temer yesterday appointed a successor to attorney general Rodrigo Janot, who last week accused the Brazilian leader of heading a criminal gang which took over $160 million (£118.2m) in bribes and sought to silence...

 

Yemen: 4 children among 12 killed in Saudi raid

A SAUDI air strike has killed 12 civilians in Yemen’s Marib province, according to medical officials. They said four children and four women were among those killed on Saturday. The attack hit a car in the Harib al-Qaramesh area, along the only route...

 

Britain buries its bloody role in Indonesia

THE attempts to prevent a summit from going ahead in Jakarta on the massacres of 1965 show just how great a step was taken when the International People’s Tribunal into the killings reported last year. They also underline how much work is left to be...

 

Present sounds crossing generations and epochs

Chris Searle on jazz Henry Grimes, Marc Ribot and Chad Taylor Live at the Village Vanguard (PI53) THE Story of bassist Henry Grimes (born in 1935 in Philadelphia) is one of the astonishing enigmas of jazz. He studied violin and tuba at high school,...

 


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