News archive from 22 November 2017, page 3

How an Icelandic firm became a global food giant

Hundreds of freshly caught cod are moving at pace down a conveyor belt, before automated paddles pop out to send the fish splashing, one by one, into storage tanks below. From there the cod, pulled from the cold water of the North Atlantic just a few...

BBC, 00:29 in Business
 

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BBC, 00:29 in Business
 
I’m A Celebrity 2017: ITV bosses had ‘crisis talks for hours’ before axing Jack Maynard

I’m A Celebrity 2017: ITV bosses had ‘crisis talks for hours’ before axing Jack Maynard

The 22-year-old YouTube star was axed from the competition after messages he posted on Twitter resurfaced which featured “racist” and “homophobic” slurs. But it is believed the decision wasn’t easy for bosses who spoke for hours and were “forced into...

 
Coronation Street spoilers: Gary Windass heads to his Ukraine death as his final scenes air?

Coronation Street spoilers: Gary Windass heads to his Ukraine death as his final scenes air?

It’s no secret that Sarah Platt’s Christmas is set to be ruined in Coronation Street with the news that her fiancé Gary Windass has died in the Ukraine and next week’s episodes could be the last time that she and fans see him alive. Pat Phelan is...

Metro, 00:33 in Showbiz
 

Twycross Zoo bosses reveal when their elephant herd will leave - and where they're going

Twycross Zoo has revealed when their herd of elephants will be leaving and where they're going. They announced earlier this year that the popular pachyderms would be leaving Leicestershire because they can't run a breeding programme. The big enclosure...

 

Steve Bruce reveals 'devastating news' that Aston Villa striker Jonathan Kodjia could be out for months as...

Steve Bruce has revealed Jonathan Kodjia is likely to need an operation on his injured ankle which would keep him out for months. The Aston Villa manager described the news as ‘devastating’ and admitted he would look to enter the January market to...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 

Brendan Rodgers pours scorn on PSG billions by claiming they cannot match Celtic's history: 'You can't buy...

Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic have a history, fanbase and tradition that mega-rich clubs like Paris Saint-Germain cannot buy. Scotland’s champions enter Wednesday's Champions League clash in the Parc des Princes as 30/1 rank outsiders to halt the...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 

Northern Ireland governing body offer Michael O'Neill new and improved six-year deal to remain as boss and...

Michael O'Neill has been offered a new six-year contract on improved terms to remain as Northern Ireland manager and snub Scotland’s advances. The IFA are understood to believe their counterparts at Hampden will struggle to match either the length or...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou QUITS - despite the Australian team qualifying for the World Cup

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has sensationally quit a week after guiding Australia to its fourth-consecutive World Cup. Before Australia's do-or-die showdown with Honduras in the final stage of qualifying, Postecoglou refused to confirm he would...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 
Can property developers be taught to be ethical?

Can property developers be taught to be ethical?

Property developers have been blamed for a lot, from the financial crash to gentrification. Whether deserved or not, there's a perception of them as being selfish and greedy. But a master's course at Columbia University in New York is trying to change...

BBC, 00:40 in Business
 

West Brom caretaker manager Gary Megson urges players to raise their game: 'We have players who I know can...

West Brom assistant head coach Gary Megson has warned the Baggies' struggling stars they must shape up. The former Bolton boss is in temporary charge at Albion after the club sacked Tony Pulis on Monday. Alan Pardew continues to be strongly linked...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Sport
 
Choice of tipple 'determines different moods'

Choice of tipple 'determines different moods'

Different types of alcohol change and shape your mood in different ways, says a big study into drinking and emotions. Spirits may make you feel angry, sexy or tearful, while red wine or beer may make you feel relaxed, say researchers. They questioned...

BBC, 00:42 in Regional
 
Seeds hold hidden treasures for future food

Seeds hold hidden treasures for future food

More than 70,000 of the world's most precious seeds have been sent from the UK's Millennium Seed Bank to the Middle East, in its largest export to date. The consignment contains more than 50 wild relatives of cultivated crops, such as wheat, barley...

BBC, 00:45 in Regional
 
Woman, 52, left 'stunned' after her steampunk cake is named one of the three best in the world

Woman, 52, left 'stunned' after her steampunk cake is named one of the three best in the world

A Retford woman has been left "stunned and absolutely delighted" after baking and crafting her way to a top three finish in the biggest cake competition in world. Maria Ditch's culinary steampunk-themed masterpiece came away with a bronze...

 
UK judges to get scientific guides

UK judges to get scientific guides

A UK Supreme Court Justice has launched the first of a series of scientific guides for UK judges. Lord Anthony Hughes has overseen a project to help the judiciary deal with scientific evidence in the courtroom. The first primers cover DNA...

BBC, 00:49 in Regional
 


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