News archive from 25 April 2017

Woman stabbed friend in face with broken vodka bottle

A WOMAN who stabbed a friend in the face with a broken vodka bottle has escaped an immediate jail sentence. Kaya Bowen, 23, had invited Rhian Proctor and her partner to her home in South Elmsall near Pontefract for a drink before launching the attack,...

 

World Malaria Day 2017: What is malaria, symptoms, treatment and what today is all about

Malaria cases are decreasing but there is still work to be done to eradicate the disease entirely. That’s the aim of the World Health Organisation and other public health groups this World Malaria Day. Around 400,000 people die each year from various...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
Arsenal ready to hijack Chelsea’s £50m transfer deal

Arsenal ready to hijack Chelsea’s £50m transfer deal

Chelsea have long been linked with the defender who’s expected to leave St Mary’s this summer. But the Gunners are also set to make a move for Holland star, who hasn’t played since January with a foot injury. The Telegraph say Arsenal are ready to...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Transfer News: Exclusive on Arsenal talks, huge Man United claim, double Chelsea deal

Transfer News: Exclusive on Arsenal talks, huge Man United claim, double Chelsea deal

Jack Wilshere is set to hold talks that could see him leave Arsenal. The England international has spent this season on loan with Bournemouth. But he's been forced to return to the Emirates after suffering a broken leg. Wilshere will enter the final...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Tamara Ecclestone posts another photo of herself breast-feeding daughter Sophia and fans are divided

Tamara Ecclestone posts another photo of herself breast-feeding daughter Sophia and fans are divided

Tamara Ecclestone is a staunch supporter of breast-feeding but fans are divided over her latest photo. On Monday Ecclestone posted a photo on Instagram of her sitting in a the garden breast-feeding her three-year-old daughter Sophia. And fans were...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 

Derbyshire’s Peak District among nation’s favourite free attractions

Derbyshire’s Peak District hills have been named among the nation’s favourite free days out. The stunning countryside on our doorstep was ranked second in a poll carried out by National Express, just behind The Lake District and ahead of third-placed...

 

YEP Says: Rise in foodbanks should be a real cause of concern

IT is worrying that foodbanks - something we tensd to associate with the grinding poverty of the 1920s and 1930s - seem to have become a way of life for some people. Such charitable services shouldn’t need to exist at all in a modern society when we...

 

Leeds’s Dakota luxury hotel set and ready to take-off

A new deluxe brand is being brought to Leeds by renowned hotelier Ken McCulloch. Reporter Lizzie Murphy checks in for a chat. When hotelier Ken McCulloch checked into a hotel in Derby for a weekend his friend had organised, it was an experience that...

 

Woman stabbed friend in face with broken vodka bottle

A WOMAN who stabbed a friend in the face with a broken vodka bottle has escaped an immediate jail sentence. Kaya Bowen, 23, had invited Rhian Proctor and her partner to her home in South Elmsall near Pontefract for a drink before launching the attack,...

 

‘Trailblazing’ plans in store for inner city Leeds district

An application for a ‘trailblazing’ residential development - set to radically change the skyline of an inner city district of Leeds - has been earmarked for council approval. Plans by the Leeds based developer Citylife, for 224 apartments in a...

 
Line of Duty season 4 finale: Martin Compston hints at DS Arnott death ‘We’ll be bereft’

Line of Duty season 4 finale: Martin Compston hints at DS Arnott death ‘We’ll be bereft’

Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott was sensationally thrown down a flight of stairs by the still-unknown balaclava man in episode three of the BBC series, with viewers fearing it was the end for the police officer.   However, in last Sunday's instalment,...

 
Rip Off Britain's Gloria Hunniford opens up about £120K scam: 'I feel absolutely violated'

Rip Off Britain's Gloria Hunniford opens up about £120K scam: 'I feel absolutely violated'

The 77-year-old broadcaster fell victim to a banking scam in 2015, after a woman claiming to be the star withdrew £120,000 from her savings account. The woman in question was seen on CCTV walking into a Santander branch in Croydon, South London,...

 

New poll shows drop in support for Scottish independence

Nicola Sturgeon has claimed the forthcoming general election is not about independence as a new poll indicates that support for a Yes vote is weakening. The First Minister went on the offensive yesterday when she accused Theresa May of calling the...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Politics
 

Almost a third with cancer did not see their GP

More people are being urged to act early when they suspect cancer symptons, as a new study found thousands of people diagnosed with the disease in A&E every year have visited their GP at least three times - while three in every ten had not visited...

 

Welcome to Foodbank Britain

1.2 MILLION parcels handed out in a year ALMOST 1.2 million emergency foodbank supplies were given out to hungry families over the past year with the government’s changes to benefits largely blamed for the record-high figures. Britain’s biggest...

 


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