News archive from 23 January 2016

Guus Hiddink calls on Chelsea to show champion class against Arsenal and maintain unbeaten run over Premier...

Two things could be relied upon when Arsenal v Chelsea was a duel between Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger. One: it would be dripping in animosity. Two: Arsenal would not win. Aside from last year’s FA Community Shield, Wenger and his team never did...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Destiny: Bungie deliver update on Year Two event and reveal Taken King Iron Banner tweaks

Speaking via the Bungie blog, community manager David Dague covered a couple of topics fans have been waiting to hear more on since the end of 2015. The Taken King is set to play host to a new Crimson Days event at The Tower that will start on...

 
Watch Aston Villa fans give their video verdicts after the AVST meeting with Steve Hollis and Tom Fox

Watch Aston Villa fans give their video verdicts after the AVST meeting with Steve Hollis and Tom Fox

Fans have given their reactions to the Aston Villa Supporters Trust meeting attended by club chairman Steve Hollis and chief executive Tom Fox last night. The AGM took place at Villa Park as the claret and blue powerbrokers faced questions from...

 
West Brom's Adil Nabi: Tony Pulis explains why sold striker failed to make it at The Hawthorns

West Brom's Adil Nabi: Tony Pulis explains why sold striker failed to make it at The Hawthorns

A lack of loan experience was the root cause of Adil Nabi's failure to make the grade at West Bromwich Albion, according to head coach Tony Pulis. Nabi ended a 14-year association with Albion on Thursday night when he joined League One Peterborough...

 

Millions prepare for potentially 'paralyzing' east coast winter storm

Millions of people across a dozen states are bracing for a weekend of travel disruption, possible power outages and white-out conditions as a potentially “paralyzing winter storm” begins to bear down on the eastern US on Friday. Washington DC is at...

 
Australian hotel chain plans landmark site at Five Ways in Birmingham

Australian hotel chain plans landmark site at Five Ways in Birmingham

An Australian hospitality chain is behind £100 million plans to develop a landmark luxury hotel on one of Birmingham’s most run-down city centre sites. The Sydney-based StayWell Group and its investment arm Seven Capital want to convert the derelict...

 
Alan Curtis insists Premier League strugglers Swansea are not in turmoil

Alan Curtis insists Premier League strugglers Swansea are not in turmoil

That's despite the arrival of new head coach Francesco Guidolin just 11 days after Curtis was put in charge until the end of the season. Guidolin, 60, will take charge of the Swans for the first time against Everton tomorrow but did not attend the...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
Sergio Aguero: I'm ready to fire Man City to title glory

Sergio Aguero: I'm ready to fire Man City to title glory

The Argentine ace has seen his season disrupted by heel and hamstring injuries. But he has returned to fitness and insists the best is still to come as City look to beat Arsenal, Leicester and Tottenham in the race to be crowned champions. Aguero, who...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Blacklisters pay for deleting evidence

Builders’ costs to be paid as firms admit emails can be found BLACKLISTER construction giants are being forced to spend potentially millions of pounds raking through back-up tapes of destroyed documents. Firms known to have blacklisted at least 3,213...

 

Teacher died of asbestos poisoning

Court blames exposure for death of retiree Elizabeth Belt TEACHERS and pupils are still at risk of deadly asbestos poisoning, unions warned last night after a court blamed classroom exposure for the death of a retiree. Lincolnshire coroner Paul Kelly...

 

Advisers slate SNP’s climate cash cuts

THE Committee on Climate Change slated the Scottish government yesterday for its “concerning” plans to cut climate spending by almost 10 per cent. Members of the independent board, set up to advise both the British government and devolved...

 

Tunisia: Curfew imposed as protests escalate

Rallies against high unemployment echo start of Arab Spring TUNISIA imposed a nationwide overnight curfew yesterday as protests over youth unemployment spread across the country. In an echo of the 2010 popular uprising that heralded the start of the...

 

Israeli troops remove settlers from occupied buildings

ISRAELI troops evicted scores of Jewish settlers yesterday from two buildings they had taken over in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron. The troops removed 80 people who had stormed the buildings on Thursday and then they closed access to the...

 

Foreign Office ‘has betrayed Briton on death row in Ethiopia’

The partner of a British man sentenced to death in Ethiopia has accused the UK government of wilfuly ignoring his plight. Andargachew Tsege was given the death penalty at a trial held in his absence six years ago, in contravention of international...

 

Rival camps bicker over preconditions of Syria peace talks

THE Syrian opposition demanded yesterday that Damascus declares a unilateral ceasefire as a precondition of Monday’s peace talks in Geneva. With just three days to go before the negotiations, opposition High Negotiations Committee (HNC) deputy head...

 


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