News archive from 20 April 2016

Transfer twist: £60m Manchester United target eyes Chelsea switch

Transfer twist: £60m Manchester United target eyes Chelsea switch

The Mirror claim that the Belgium international believes he has unfinished business at Stamford Bridge. Lukaku spent three unsuccessful years with the Blues before joining Everton permanently in 2014 after a successful loan spell on Merseyside. The...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Rafa Benitez: Why Newcastle will stay in the Premier League

Rafa Benitez: Why Newcastle will stay in the Premier League

Newcastle came from behind to earn a draw against Champions League semi-finalists Manchester City with Vurnon Anita cancelling out Sergio Aguero’s 100th top flight goal. It was not enough to lift them out of the drop zone but Benitez remains defiant....

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Rafa Benitez rues Sergio Aguero's offside goal as Newcastle United miss the chance to escape the relegation...

Rafa Benitez was left to rue an offside goal from Sergio Aguero on Tuesday night that could cost Newcastle United in the relegation race at the end of the season. Aguero scored his 100th goal in the Premier League as Newcastle missed out on moving out...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Navy helicopter starts new career as holiday home

Navy helicopter starts new career as holiday home

A search-and-rescue helicopter retired from navy missions has made its final trip – to begin its new life as a holiday home. Stirling farmer Martyn Steedman bought the Sea King helicopter in an online Ministry of Defence auction for £7,000 and decided...

 
Four ways Nasa is teaching us how to live more sustainably

Four ways Nasa is teaching us how to live more sustainably

Astronauts who spend months on end in orbit have to learn to make do and mend in the best tradition of sustainability. Missions to bring fresh supplies are expensive and time consuming. For any astronauts who take on a mission to Mars, planned for the...

BBC, 00:03 in Business
 
Puppy love: Supermum Juma delivers 14 strong brood of Victorian bulldogs via doggy Caesarean

Puppy love: Supermum Juma delivers 14 strong brood of Victorian bulldogs via doggy Caesarean

IT’S not quite 101 Dalmatians, but 14 Victorian bulldogs is more than enough to be going on with. Supermum Juma gave birth to the gigantic litter in the early hours of Sunday, and is now looking forward to putting her paws up and having a good rest....

 
Attacks on teachers '25% extra penalty' in Argentina

Attacks on teachers '25% extra penalty' in Argentina

An attack on a teacher would be punished with higher penalties than an attack on any other citizen under proposals in Argentina to raise the status of teaching. It is believed to be the first time teachers would have been given a special legal...

BBC, 00:03 in Business
 
How four men survived as hostages of IS

How four men survived as hostages of IS

In his classic novel 1984, George Orwell writes about Room 101 - a torture chamber where you are subjected to your worst nightmare, the worst thing in the world, to break your resistance. To survive any such place of profound pain is the greatest of...

BBC, 00:04 in World News
 
The month in games: Nintendo goes mobile

The month in games: Nintendo goes mobile

Miitomo Games are taking over the world. You might not have noticed because it hasn’t been via the usual route of airstrikes, democracy and IMF-administered debt slavery, but rather using soft power projected from an increasing multitude of digital...

 
Decline in violent crime ends as attacks against older people rise

Decline in violent crime ends as attacks against older people rise

A steady seven-year decline in serious violent crime in England and Wales has come to an end with a significant increase in attacks against people aged over 50, particularly women, according to new hospital data. Returns from 91 hospital emergency...

 
DfID should make taxpayer pound go further on aid, says watchdog

DfID should make taxpayer pound go further on aid, says watchdog

The UK’s Department for International Development does not fully understand how taxpayers’ money is spent, and the value of its aid is undermined by inadequacies in the UN system, a parliamentary spending watchdog says. The public accounts committee...

 
Iraqi families sell organs to overcome poverty

Iraqi families sell organs to overcome poverty

Om Hussein is a mother close to breaking point. Along with her husband and their four young children, she is struggling with poverty like millions of other Iraqis. Her husband, Ali, is unemployed. He is diabetic and has heart problems. She has been...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 
Kostal UK to cut workforce by nearly 13 per cent

Kostal UK to cut workforce by nearly 13 per cent

UP TO 86 jobs are set to be lost at a Goldthorpe factory with Kostal UK planning to cut their workforce by almost 13 per cent. The management of Kostal UK, based at Goldthorpe Industrial Estate off Commercial Road, have advised employees the jobs are...

 
Steph Curry MRI reveals nothing of concern, Warriors say

Steph Curry MRI reveals nothing of concern, Warriors say

Steph Curry underwent an MRI scan on his injured right ankle on Tuesday but the Warriors said the test revealed nothing of concern. The reigning NBA MVP rolled his ankle in the Warriors’ first game of their playoff series against Houston on Saturday,...

Guardian, 00:09 in Sport
 

Terror training for 1 million UK office workers in case of copycat Paris and Brussels attacks

One million staff who work in busy areas are set to be trained in how to deal with terror attacks. Police are aiming to get public limited companies which operate in crowded places such as city centres and sports and entertainment venues. It’s hoped...

Metro, 00:10 in Hot News
 


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