News archive from 21 February 2015, page 4

Fire breaks out at Dubai Torch apartment skyscraper

A witness said flames shot out from two sides of the building as glass and metal rained down from near the summit of structure, which has 79 floors above ground. Residents of two other nearby buildings in the emirates' Marina district, home to...

 

Racecourse picnic crackdown rethink

Plans for Newcastle Racecourse to ban picnics at its major 2015 summer races have been shelved. Newcastle Racecourse executive director David Williamson blamed potential "overcrowding due to picnics spreading out" for the initial ban but...

 

Racecourse picnic crackdown rethink

Plans for Newcastle Racecourse to ban picnics at its major 2015 summer races have been shelved. Newcastle Racecourse executive director David Williamson blamed potential "overcrowding due to picnics spreading out" for the initial ban but...

 

Police hunting three Chelsea fans

Police are seeking three Chelsea football fans they believe were involved in an allegedly racist incident on a Paris Metro train. Five people have so far been suspended from the club's Stamford Bridge ground following investigations into the...

 

Man charged over cadet 'threats'

A man has been charged by police after threats were allegedly shouted at two teenage female Army cadets, including a reference to beheading. Marius Dura, 26, of no fixed address, will appear in court on Monday charged with threatening behaviour. Dura,...

 

Man charged with baby boy's murder

A man will appear in court today charged with the murder of a six-month-old baby boy. Scotland Yard said the 26-year-old will appear in custody at Hendon Magistrates' Court in north London. A post mortem on the baby, who died on January 26, found that...

 

Metal thefts down a third after Act

Metal thefts have fallen by one third in England and Wales following the introduction of legislation to crack down on dealers buying stolen materials as scrap, according to new figures. Thefts of materials ranging from electricity cables to metal from...

 

Dementia gets £300m and training

More than £300 million is to be spent by the Government on research into dementia while all NHS staff will have to undergo training in the condition, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced. Outlining new plans to tackle what he described as...

 

Eddie's theory of winning Oscars

Eddie Redmayne's awards season success will hit even greater heights this weekend if he carries off the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of Professor Stephen Hawking in the hit film The Theory Of Everything. The actor, whose mantelpiece is already...

 

Final twist in EastEnders whodunnit

EastEnders fans got one more twist last night after it was revealed Lucy Beale's murderer, her half-brother Bobby, does not know he killed her. Viewers watching the live episode saw Jane Beale, played by Laurie Brett, explain how she told him Lucy...

 

Stuttgart 2-3 Borussia Dortmund: Jurgen Klopp's men up to 10th in Bundesliga after third successive win

Borussia Dortmund turned the tables on Stuttgart after easing their relegation fears with a third successive Bundesliga win which pushed them up to 10th in the table. Jurgen Klopp's men have not looked back since Mat Hummels and Roman Weidenfeller...

Daily Mail, 01:16 in Sport
 

Ronny Deila blasts 'stupid' Steve McManaman for slamming Celtic salute to fans after Inter clash

Ronny Deila has hit back at Steve McManaman after the Liverpool legend questioned the right of Celtic players to acclaim their fans after Thursday’s pulsating draw with Inter Milan. Despite John Guidetti’s injury-time goal rescuing an improbable draw...

Daily Mail, 01:16 in Sport
 

Gus Poyet defends his 'instinctive' open letter ahead of Sunderland's crucial relegation clash with West...

Gus Poyet has defended the 'instinct' which told him to write an open letter to Sunderland supporters – and admits he needs fans on side to avoid a relegation scrap. The Black Cats – booed following Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Bradford in the FA Cup - have...

Daily Mail, 01:16 in Sport
 

Very, Selfridges, Oliver Bonas, Office: The things we want this week

From left, clockwise: Bright ideas Beat the winter blues with these stylish separates. Top, £29; skirt, £32; bag, £22; shoes, £66; necklace, £15; Very (08448 222321, very.co.uk) Watch Every second counts in the fashion stakes, so check out this cool...

 
Duns 18-31 Berwick

Duns 18-31 Berwick

Tommy McColl scored two tries as Berwick came from behind to beat Duns under the floodlights at Castle Park in the BT Borders Shield. Michael Brennan and Roy McFarlane also touched down for Berwick, with flanker Shane Armstrong landing all four...

 


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