News archive from 27 March 2015

What TV channel is the England v Lithuania Euro 2016 qualifier on tonight & what time is kick-off at Wembley Stadium?

What TV channel is the England v Lithuania Euro 2016 qualifier on tonight & what time is kick-off at...

ENGLAND take on Lithuania in their latest Euro 2016 qualifier tonight (Friday, March 27). Roy Hodgson's men will be looking to keep up their perfect start to the campaign, which has so far seen them record four victories out of four games. Lithuania...

 

GTA 5: Rockstar confirm new update on the way for Xbox One and PS4

Rockstar say they've been made aware of a new issue on the new-gen consoles since the introduction of update 1.08. Update 1.08 has seen a deterioration of graphic quality in-game, something the devlopers are now working on to fix. Players on the Xbox...

 

Japan still cautious on AIIB, to keep in close contact with U.S.

South Korea said on Thursday it has decided to seek to be a founding member of the AIIB, the latest key U.S. ally to join the China-led institution despite Washington's misgivings. (Reporting by Tetsushi Kajimoto; Editing by Richard Pullin)

Reuters, 00:06 in Business
 
David Cameron left reeling from Jeremy Paxman's assault over food banks and zero-hour contracts

David Cameron left reeling from Jeremy Paxman's assault over food banks and zero-hour contracts

DAVID Cameron was left stuttering tonight as he took as pasting on live TV over food banks and zero-hour contracts. The Prime Minister was forced to admit he could not live on a zero-hour wage – but only after being asked three times by Jeremy...

 

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps Bank of Japan pressured

Household spending slumped even as job markets continued to improve, underscoring the challenges premier Shinzo Abe faces in steering the economy toward a solid, sustainable recovery. While the Bank of Japan has stressed that it will look through the...

Reuters, 00:12 in Business
 
'My growler was stuck up a tree for FIVE days': Owner gets moggie back after series of failed rescue bids

'My growler was stuck up a tree for FIVE days': Owner gets moggie back after series of failed rescue bids

A CAT lover spent days trying to lure her pet from the top of a tree after the moggie got stuck. Growler 2’s owners couldn’t get to him on the inaccessible branch. And despite all their attempts, the puss was trapped up the tree for five days. Owner...

 
Rugby: Waysiders/Drumpellier continue drop fight against Oban Lorne

Rugby: Waysiders/Drumpellier continue drop fight against Oban Lorne

CRAIG COLLIN believes Waysiders/Drumpellier’s players are up for the relegation fight. The Langloan outfit return to action this Saturday following a three-week break when they travel to Oban Lorne. W/D are two points clear of the BT West Division Two...

 
Albion Rovers v Elgin City: Striker Mark McGuigan cautious on league title

Albion Rovers v Elgin City: Striker Mark McGuigan cautious on league title

MARK McGUIGAN insists three wins in a week haven’t wrapped up the title for Albion Rovers. The Coatbridge side are firmly in the driving seat at the top of League Two – and seven points clear of second-placed Queen’s Park. Rovers followed up victories...

 
Airdrieonians v Stenhousemuir: Liam Watt reckons Diamonds need perfect finish

Airdrieonians v Stenhousemuir: Liam Watt reckons Diamonds need perfect finish

LIAM WATT insists Airdrieonians must win out in order to reach the promotion play-offs. The Diamonds are still in the hunt for a top-four finish in League One. But time is running out for Gary Bollan’s men who are five points adrift of Brechin City in...

 
Hearts v Queen of the South: Chris Higgins hopes Doonhamers will be party poopers

Hearts v Queen of the South: Chris Higgins hopes Doonhamers will be party poopers

CHRIS HIGGINS insists Queen of the South have their work cut out if they want to be party poopers at Tynecastle tomorrow. The Doonhamers will afford champions Hearts a guard of honour before their big clash in the capital. Robbie Neilson's Jambos have...

 
David Bogie's might at Borders Rally

David Bogie's might at Borders Rally

FOLLOWING retirement on the season-opening Snowman Rally, David Bogie and co-driver Kevin Rae got back to winning ways. They easily took the second round of the ARR Craib Scottish series after posting the fastest times on each of the five stages...

 
Airdrieonians 0 Lord Lyon 1: Diamonds told to stop using club badge as it breaks heraldic law

Airdrieonians 0 Lord Lyon 1: Diamonds told to stop using club badge as it breaks heraldic law

AIRDRIEONIANS are being forced to change their badge – because it breaks a law dating back to the 16th Century. The League One club were stunned to receive a letter telling them that their crest has been deemed to be an heraldic device. And the office...

 

UK must cut aid for Nepal if 'endemic' corruption persists - report

The Department for International Development (DFID)'s funding has seen Nepal make huge progress in health, water and sanitation, but this spending will only be justified if governance improves, the International Development Committee (IDC) said. DFID...

 

Darren Fletcher: the welcome return of a hero

This nomination is, of course, a cliché but its validity is pleasantly reinforced on every contact with a young man who has endured genuine hardship in an otherwise gilded life but has remained true to values that include hard work and a respect for...

The Herald, 00:15 in Sport
 

Fletcher: This is best national squad I have played in

The 31-year-old has suffered from ulcerative colitis but was industrious and influential in the 1-0 victory at Hampden on Wednesday, saying: "It's been a long time since I felt this good playing for Scotland. You are probably going back four or...

The Herald, 00:15 in Sport
 


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