News archive from 26 January 2016

Juan Mata sends huge message to Man United fans: We must get through this

Juan Mata sends huge message to Man United fans: We must get through this

The United midfielder spoke out with Old Trafford boss Louis van Gaal’s job hanging by a thread. They slipped five points off the top four after a desperate 1-0 defeat at home to Southampton on Saturday. It was yet another shocking performance from a...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
EXCLUSIVE: Diego Costa is 'a serial cheat and should have been sent off for diving'

EXCLUSIVE: Diego Costa is 'a serial cheat and should have been sent off for diving'

Former Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood says he was incensed by Costa’s role in Per Mertesacker’s dismissal yesterday. The German was sent off in the first half of Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat after diving in on Costa when he was clean through on goal....

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
New council houses for Hoyland

New council houses for Hoyland

FOUR new council homes have been built in Hoyland. The two bedroom properties, on Meadow view Close, have solar panels and efficient heating systems, with the aim of keeping running costs low for tenants. Sara Scholes, the Berneslai Homes regeneration...

 
Novel idea to fill empty units

Novel idea to fill empty units

COUNCIL chiefs are looking at a novel idea to fill up empty shops on Goldthorpe town centre in an attempt to boost trade. A number of shops on the street are vacant with the major ones being the former Yorkshire Bank, Job Lot supermarket, Co-op and...

 
Neighbours work together for Aalish

Neighbours work together for Aalish

NEIGHBOURS of a little girl diagnosed with a rare form of cancer are determined to keep her smiling. Aalish Naylor, six, who goes to Keresforth Primary School, was dealt the devastating blow that she had neuroblastoma the week before Christmas....

 

The secret sites you WON'T find on Google Earth: Blurred out regions it is claimed contain everything from...

From scaling Mont Blanc to walking the Great Wall of China, Google Earth prides itself on putting the world at your fingertips. But even Google has some parts of the planet that it doesn't want you to see. These sites - which conspiracy theorists...

 
Counter Culture: School was okay, but we prefer The Real Ale Classroom

Counter Culture: School was okay, but we prefer The Real Ale Classroom

Ian Martin and Steve Tabbernor went back to school to learn all about beer before launching The Real Ale Classroom Gemma Peplow gives it top marks First things first: a disclaimer. We're talking about real ale this weekend, readers, and, as you might...

 

NHS comes 14th in Europe-wide survey on health systems

The NHS is only the 14th best health system in Europe and is delivering mediocre results in too many areas of care, including patient survival, a new continent-wide survey has claimed. The findings conflict with those of the influential Commonwealth...

 

UK airshows to have enhanced risk assessments following Shoreham crash

Stunt pilots and display organisers will now be assessed for their attitude and behaviour before licences are issued for UK airshows, after a safety review conducted in the wake of the Shoreham disaster. The Civil Aviation Authority said every display...

 
Bertie the beaver risks devastating flood by blocking key waterways

Bertie the beaver risks devastating flood by blocking key waterways

AN OVEREAGER beaver had to be rehomed after threatening to flood an entire Scots town . Nicknamed Bertie by locals, his attempts to build a dam next to a hotel in Pitlochry, Perthshire , could have led to disaster. He was lured into a trap using...

 
Europe to end passport-free travel as migrant crisis grows

Europe to end passport-free travel as migrant crisis grows

Europe’s passport-free travel zone is set to be suspended for two years after EU ministers demanded a stop to the influx of migrants. Brussels was instructed to suspend the Schengen zone to allow more border checks, while officials are working on...

 
Calling the new branch of IS – in Afghanistan

Calling the new branch of IS – in Afghanistan

In recent months, the so-called Islamic State group has captured territory straddling Afghanistan's eastern border with Pakistan - claiming it as a new province of the "caliphate" it has declared in parts of Syria and Iraq. The BBC's Justin...

BBC, 00:09 in World News
 
Toilet tech proves that where there's muck there's brass

Toilet tech proves that where there's muck there's brass

Nearly a third of the world's population still has no access to safe, hygienic sanitation. This means they have to go the toilet out in the open - in the bush, fields or forests. This leads to about 700,000 deaths each year from related diseases, says...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 

Jordan Henderson knows one win can lift his season of agony ahead of Liverpool's Capital One Cup decider...

Late afternoon at Liverpool's Melwood training base and Jordan Henderson is in conversation with James Milner when, suddenly, the chatter stops. Bounding down the stairs, laptop bag in hand and dressed in jeans and a black t-shirt is Jurgen Klopp. He...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Steve McClaren pleased with his Newcastle players efforts and still believes they 'won't have a problem'...

Steve McClaren has finally admitted that he is repeating himself – but the Newcastle boss still believes his team is good enough to escape relegation. Supporters are growing frustrated with the head coach claiming that the Magpies are playing well and...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 


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