News archive from 23 September 2016

Arsenal dealt blow ahead of Chelsea clash: The odds are now stacked against the Gunners

Arsenal dealt blow ahead of Chelsea clash: The odds are now stacked against the Gunners

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Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
'We need to talk about shit': just six bugs causing 78% cases of diarrhoea

'We need to talk about shit': just six bugs causing 78% cases of diarrhoea

The role of microorganisms in childhood diarrhoea has been greatly underestimated, with pathogens including bacteria, viruses and parasites, responsible for almost twice as many cases as previously thought, research has revealed. The study published...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 

Leeds coach Brian McDermott reflects on his 'toughest year in rugby league'

Brian McDermott admits 2016 has been his toughest season in rugby league despite watching his Leeds side end the year on a high by topping the Super 8s Qualifiers. McDermott, who spent 10 years with Bradford as a player and coached a struggling London...

Belper News, 00:05 in Sport
 
U.S. lawmakers accuse Russia of seeking to influence U.S. election

U.S. lawmakers accuse Russia of seeking to influence U.S. election

The top Democrats on the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives intelligence committees accused Russia on Thursday of trying to influence the Nov. 8 U.S. election via computer hacking, and called on President Vladimir Putin to order a halt....

 
Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?

Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?

People who are tricked into transferring money to a fraudster deserve better protection, according to consumer group Which?. It said that anyone falling prey to a bank transfer scam had no legal right to get their money back from a bank. The consumer...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 
Finance job vacancies in England 'fall after Brexit vote'

Finance job vacancies in England 'fall after Brexit vote'

Job vacancies in England's financial sector dropped more than 10% after the Brexit vote over passporting and single market concerns, a think tank has said. Passporting rights let firms trade across the European Union without the need for separate...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 

Two Barries clinch title

0 Have your say In the final round of games in the Louth Indoor Bowls Club Summer Evening Pairs, Barry Mountain and Barry Jordan clinched the title with a 14-11 victory over Tony Powell and Pat Morley. This put them three points ahead of runners-up...

 

Christian Eriksen let Vincent Janssen take Tottenham's penalty against Gillingham because he 'felt for him'...

Christian Eriksen has admitted he let Vincent Janssen take Tottenham’s penalty against Gillingham because he ‘felt for him’ after his tough start in British football. Janssen failed to score in his first six Spurs games after his £17m move from AZ...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Sunderland hero Paddy McNair insists he isn't a defender, but is seen as one because of Louis van Gaal

Paddy McNair has revealed how Louis van Gaal pushed him into the centre-back position at Manchester United – despite him having never been a defender. The 21-year-old signed for Sunderland in the summer and scored twice in their 2-1 win over Queens...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
How farmers can end land disputes and produce more food

How farmers can end land disputes and produce more food

Farming can be a tough enough business at the best of times, but imagine not being able to prove that the land you farm is even yours. In Ghana, for example, around 10% of smallholder farmers are thought not to have any certificate documenting their...

BBC, 00:14 in Business
 

Teenager to appear in court over alleged hack and data theft

A teenager will appear in court over alleged hacking and data theft believed to be related to the TalkTalk breach in October 2015. The boy, 17, was arrested in Norwich on November 3 last year. On Thursday he was accused of seven counts of offences...

 

Data from 500 million Yahoo user accounts stolen by 'state-sponsored actor'

Internet giant Yahoo has admitted a data breach that involved the theft of information from at least 500 million user accounts. The company said on Thursday that it believed a "state-sponsored actor" stole information including names, email...

 
Bosnia's biggest foreign investment: Bonanza or threat?

Bosnia's biggest foreign investment: Bonanza or threat?

Gaze across the pristine green hills of Trnovo and you'd be hard pressed to find a single sign of civilisation. And that's precisely the point. A Dubai-based property developer sees this clearing on Mt. Bjelasnica - home to part of the 1984 Sarajevo...

BBC, 00:14 in Business
 

Hillsborough victims posthumously awarded Freedom of the City of Liverpool

The 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster have received the Freedom of the City of Liverpool in an emotional "bitter-sweet" ceremony. Families of those who lost their lives in Britain's worst sporting tragedy on April 15 1989 collected a...

 
Ig Nobel win for Alpine 'goat man'

Ig Nobel win for Alpine 'goat man'

A British man who lived in the Alps as a goat for three days has won one of this year's Ig Nobel prizes. Tom Thwaites had special prostheses made so he could walk like an animal. The spoof awards, which are not quite as famous as the real Nobels, were...

BBC, 00:15 in Regional
 


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