News archive from 27 September 2014

Iran and six powers make little progress in nuclear talks

Officials from Iran and the six countries had originally said a breakthrough in New York was unlikely on a nuclear deal to end sanctions on Tehran, although they had hoped substantial progress could be made in narrowing disagreements. That, the...

 

Mike Ashley says Alan Pardew will be SACKED if Newcastle lose to Stoke on Monday... before claiming it was...

Mike Ashley has said he will sack Alan Pardew if the under-fire manager loses to Stoke on Monday, but the Newcastle owner insists he meant it as a joke. The Independent newspaper say Ashley was discussing Pardew's future with one of their reporters...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Mikel Arteta reveals he thought Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was going to quit after stalling contract talks  

Mikel Arteta can recall days standing on the game’s edge, watching the ball sailing through the sky towards Duncan Ferguson, so he does not hesitate to defend Arsene Wenger against accusations of too much flair and too little caution. ‘I’ve played in...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Gareth Bale accidentally runs over female Real Madrid fan's foot outside club's training ground

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale put his foot in it on Friday as he accidentally ran over a women's foot as he made his way out of the club's training ground among a crowd of his supporters. The Welshman has taken time to sign autographs and pose for...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Manchester City winger Samir Nasri faces at least a month out with groin injury 

Manchester City will be without Samir Nasri for at least a month when the France international has an operation on his groin next week. City boss Manuel Pellegrini said on Friday that Nasri has been struggling to train and will now miss matches...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Adam Lallana admits the Liverpool shirt is weighing heavy but midfielder knows he can become a Kop hero...

Brendan Rodgers sat in Anfield’s trophy room this week and made a statement that had echoes of his first day in June 2012. ‘What people probably don’t get is the pressure of playing for such a big club,’ said Rodgers, attempting to explain Liverpool’s...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 
Pro-union parties squabble over Scottish powers

Pro-union parties squabble over Scottish powers

SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE: The first signs of division among the pro-Union parties at Holyrood over more powers for Scotland have emerged with

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 
Cancer claims three 9/11 firefighters on same day

Cancer claims three 9/11 firefighters on same day

THREE retired firefighters who worked at "ground zero" - scene of the World Trade Centre collapse in New York on 11 September 2001 after al-Qaeda terrorists few planes into the twin towers - have died on the same day from cancer. Lt Howard...

 
Chinese children stabbed | China terrorist attack

Chinese children stabbed | China terrorist attack

FOUR Chinese primary school pupils were stabbed to death in the southern region of Guangxi yesterday, state media said. The incident came as six primary pupils aged under 11 died in a stampede in a school in Kunming, Yunnan, after some pupils playing...

 
Mexico ‘shoot-out’ soldiers detained

Mexico ‘shoot-out’ soldiers detained

MEXICO has detained eight

 
Wind turbines to be tallest Scottish structures

Wind turbines to be tallest Scottish structures

THE highest turbines seen on the UK mainland will form part of a new wind farm approved by the Scottish Government yesterday. Granting planning permission for Middle Muir Wind Farm in South Lanarkshire is a landmark decision, as seven of the 15...

 
Cancer-beating superfood berry enjoys bumper year

Cancer-beating superfood berry enjoys bumper year

Scottish producers of a new "superfood" berry - which has been said to have the ability to make cancer treatments more effective - are enjoying a bumper crop. One of the main producers of the aronia berry, Thomas Thomson in Perthshire, said...

 
The write club: Clubbed To Death

The write club: Clubbed To Death

IF there ever was a bad time and place to announce that you're setting up a nightclub in Dundee, it's from the pulpit at your father's funeral. So let's hear it for Club Quantum - and the start of the black comedy debut novel by Grant Hill. As she...

 
Jeff Salway:Tax-dodging law goes for family trusts

Jeff Salway:Tax-dodging law goes for family trusts

GOVERNMENT deal puts UK citizens in firing line, writes Jeff Salway FAMILIES in Scotland are being told to pay hundreds of pounds to ensure that financial arrangements typically used to protect beneficiaries don’t fall foul of a little-known piece of...

 


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