News archive from 27 September 2015

The Blind Side: Jonny May’s dishwasher and David Hasselhoff

MAN OF THE DAY Alun Wyn Jones – embodied his side’s gritty spirit as they powered through the injuries in a fierce Twickenham fightback. VOICE OF THE DAY Referee Jérôme Garcès: showed football’s respect campaign the way, taking the wind out of dissent...

Guardian, 00:02 in Sport
 

Colombia peace deal with Farc is hailed as new model for ending conflicts

Details have emerged of a peace deal between the Colombian government and leftwing Farc guerrillas that could herald the end of the world’s longest-running war – and provide a new model for reconciling bitter enemies. Background papers seen by the...

 

'Never be ashamed': Pope forcefully defends immigrants in Philadelphia

Pope Francis has channelled the spirit of America’s founding fathers to make an impassioned embrace of immigrants and cultural diversity, insisting that newcomers to the United States must not be ashamed of their traditions. Speaking on Saturday from...

 

Jordan Spieth leaps above Henrik Stenson and into lead at Tour Championship

Jordan Spieth jumped to the front of the queue for Tour Championship glory and FedEx Cup big money after a dramatic turnaround on day three at East Lake. The Masters and US Open champion has the chance to cap his unforgettable year on Sunday with...

 

Archers actor Arnold Peters dies aged 87

The veteran actor Arnold Peters, best-known for his role as Jack Woolley in The Archers for more than 30 years, has died at the age of 87. His appearances on the BBC Radio 4 show spanned almost 60 years. He first featured in the cast in 1953 and...

Guardian, 00:03 in Showbiz
 

VIDEO: Ashley Wilkinson reacts to Chesterfield 1 - 2 Burton Albion

BURTON Albion extended their lead at the top of League One with a stunning comeback win over Chesterfield at the Proact Stadium Jerome Binnom-Williams secured the 2-1 victory with a 94th-minute goal after Stuart Beavon equalised just seconds into the...

Burton Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Jordan Spieth leaps above Henrik Stenson and into lead at Tour Championship

Jordan Spieth jumped to the front of the queue for Tour Championship glory and FedEx Cup big money after a dramatic turnaround on day three at East Lake. The Masters and US Open champion has the chance to cap his unforgettable year on Sunday with...

 
Everton star Ross Barkley on course to become perfect 10 for England 

Everton star Ross Barkley on course to become perfect 10 for England 

In some ways, I envy creative players these days. The rules have changed so defenders can’t kick them in the same way they could in the 1980s. The pitches are near perfect in contrast to when I played, when the grass was so muddy teams were forced to...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
More home blood testing ‘could save NHS millions'

More home blood testing ‘could save NHS millions'

MOST health boards in Scotland do not know how many cardiac patients are using home self-testing machines that allow them to regulate their levels of the blood thinning drug warfarin. Campaigners want to see the 80,000 people in Scotland who are...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Health
 
Lyrical film showcases patients at Scots hospice

Lyrical film showcases patients at Scots hospice

A POIGNANT documentary exploring the lives of patients in a Scottish hospice will be screened across the nation in an effort to change attitudes towards end-of-life care. Edinburgh-based filmmaker Amy Hardie spent three years working with patients at...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Health
 
Lori Anderson: Weights really do boost brain power

Lori Anderson: Weights really do boost brain power

IT'S the weekend, but before you veg out, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that I know how to improve your focus and memory, the bad news is, you’ll need to heave yourself from the snuggly bug enveloping hug of the sofa. If you are of a...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Health
 
Emissions scandal leads to Swiss VW sales ban

Emissions scandal leads to Swiss VW sales ban

SWITZERLAND has temporarily banned the sale of Volkswagen diesel-engine models which could have devices capable of providing false emissions data. It said the move could affect 180,000 cars – not yet sold or registered – in the Euro 5 emission...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Health
 
Gaelic teacher speaks out about gypsy repression

Gaelic teacher speaks out about gypsy repression

IT is a world which has long been a mystery to outsiders - and the target of discrimination worldwide for decades. Now a gypsy traveller living in Scotland has spoken out about the problems she has faced as a member of this ethnic minority and told of...

 
Insight: Glasgow - City of Culture 25 years on

Insight: Glasgow - City of Culture 25 years on

JOKES about Glasgow are as stubborn a phenomenon as jokes about mothers-in-law. You can always get a laugh on a comedy panel show for presenting Glasgow as a cultural backwater. It's poor and ugly. So are its people. Fruit, vegetables and daylight are...

 

José Mourinho slates Chelsea for awful performances in Newcastle draw

José Mourinho had harsh words for his players after they narrowly avoided defeat at Newcastle, rating Chelsea’s first-half display in their 2-2 draw among the worst he had seen in his seven years at the club. “There were too many individual...

Guardian, 00:08 in Sport
 


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