News archive from 21 March 2017

Exclusive - Dominion Diamond, Stornoway held merger talks: sources

Dominion Diamond Corp (DDC.TO) (DDC.N) and fellow Canadian diamond miner Stornoway Diamond Corp (SWY.TO) have held talks for a potential merger in recent months, people familiar with the matter said on Monday. World No. 3 diamond miner Dominion, which...

Reuters, 00:00 in Business
 
Rio Ferdinand would 'drink alone in the middle of the night' after the death of his wife

Rio Ferdinand would 'drink alone in the middle of the night' after the death of his wife

The 38-year-old Manchester United and England footballer’s life was turned upside down in 2015 when the mother of his three children died at the age of just 34. The pair had two sons, Lorenz, 10, and Tate, eight, and a daughter, Tia, five. Rebecca was...

 
Hollyoaks spoiler: Who kills Amy Barnes? Tragedy strikes after her wedding day

Hollyoaks spoiler: Who kills Amy Barnes? Tragedy strikes after her wedding day

In upcoming scenes, fans will see the young mother conflicted as her fiance tries to convince her to move their family to America.  On the day of their wedding, Ryan (played by Duncan James) will present his wife-to-be with barding passes revealing...

 
Decline and Fall: Jack Whitehall forced to hold back this MASSIVE secret from Eva Longoria

Decline and Fall: Jack Whitehall forced to hold back this MASSIVE secret from Eva Longoria

The 28-year-old and the US starlet take centre stage in the adaptation of the BBC’s highly-anticipated adaptation of the classic Evelyn Waugh novel, alongside thespians David Suchet, Stephen Graham, Douglas Hodge and Gemma Whelan.  Jack stars as Paul...

 
Decline and Fall: David Suchet reveals he asked was to LEAVE set of Jack Whitehall comedy

Decline and Fall: David Suchet reveals he asked was to LEAVE set of Jack Whitehall comedy

Suchet, 70, stars as Dr. Fagan, an eccentric headmaster of a crumbling all boys school in Wales in the BBC's three-part adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s 1928 literary classic.  And speaking to press including Express.co.uk, the famed thespian recalled...

 
Too much of THIS vitamin could be TOXIC - symptoms include diarrhoea and headaches

Too much of THIS vitamin could be TOXIC - symptoms include diarrhoea and headaches

Adequate intakes of Vitamin D are needed to absorb dietary calcium and phosphate, and to maintain healthy bones, muscles and immunity. As it is fat soluble, however, excess vitamin D stays in the body and high intakes can build up to toxic levels. A...

 

New event gives Cumbrian youngsters a taste of sporting fun

Canoeing, archery, street art and climbing were among the activities young people in west Cumbria were given a taste of at the first Workington Go event. Organised by the town council, the event provided taster sessions in a range of sports and...

 
Wenger’s £100m wishlist: Arsenal boss targeting these stars to replace Sanchez and Ozil

Wenger’s £100m wishlist: Arsenal boss targeting these stars to replace Sanchez and Ozil

Express Sport understands the Frenchman will stay on for at least another season with his current contract set to expire in the summer. The Arsenal boss faces a tough fight on his hands to keep hold of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil though, with the...

 

Residents issue urgent cash plea for ‘unique’ Leeds housing project

A group of residents behind a ground-breaking community-led housing project in Leeds have issued an urgent plea for help to reach their funding total by the end of March. The deadline is looming for Chapeltown Cohousing - aka ChaCo - to raise the...

 

Violent robber threatened to inject Leeds nurse with HIV

A thug who threatened to stab a nurse with a syringe as he tried to rob her of her car has been locked up for more than five years. John Hardcastle, 35, told the terrified victim he was going to inject her with HIV after getting into the vehicle when...

 
New York Review of Books editor Robert B Silvers dies

New York Review of Books editor Robert B Silvers dies

The exacting editor of The New York Review of Books, Robert B Silvers, who made it a literary magazine of lasting influence, has died aged 87. He died at his home in Manhattan after a short illness, the magazine said. Mr Silvers co-edited the...

BBC, 00:04 in Art & Culture
 

Huge bills for controversial health plans are slammed

Health bosses have spent at least £17.6m on management consultants to draw up plans that could lead to the closure or downgrading of NHS hospitals, new figures show. Firms including KPMG, McKinsey and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have made millions of...

 
Secret files reveal Great Escape families' long wait for compensation

Secret files reveal Great Escape families' long wait for compensation

The families of RAF airmen killed after the “Great Escape” breakout from a Nazi prison camp were paid compensation, but some survivors were refused a payout until a public outcry forced the government’s hand. New details of the payouts are revealed in...

 
Social work in Zambia: 'Children have the right to love and security'

Social work in Zambia: 'Children have the right to love and security'

“All children have the right to be loved,” Joseph, a Zambian social worker, told me as our bus navigated one of Lusaka’s bumpy, dusty streets. When we cleared the maze of people eking a living on the streets and turned to the entrance of Empowerment...

 

Adventures for all! Where to stay, visit, eat and explore when visiting Florida 

Welcome to Florida – the theme park capital of the world, where family fun comes thick and fast. The sun shines, the beaches are clean and beautiful, and it's home to incredible attractions such as SeaWorld, the tropical oasis of Discovery Cove, the...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Travel
 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31