News archive from 27 November 2014

Manchester Giants: The David Watts column

Manchester Giants: The David Watts column

Sunday’s loss to Cheshire was a tough one to take. We didn’t show up with the same intensity that we’d had in practice earlier that week. We didn’t execute well on offence at all throughout and the Phoenix players did a good job closing out on our...

 
Chapman targets top six as Adders revival continues

Chapman targets top six as Adders revival continues

WAYNE Chapman says the spirit in the Atherstone Town camp is growing by the week. The arrival of Leigh Everitt as manager has kick-started an impressive run of form. The Adders have stormed up to tenth in the table after stringing together four...

 
China in first crackdown on domestic abuse

China in first crackdown on domestic abuse

China has drafted its first

 
95 die as Syrian jets hit IS ‘capital’

95 die as Syrian jets hit IS ‘capital’

The death toll from a series of Syrian government airstrikes on the Islamic State group's stronghold in north-eastern Syria has risen to at least 95, making it one of the deadliest attacks on the city of Raqqa in the past three years. Some of the...

 
Mugabe’s cohorts kick out vice-president

Mugabe’s cohorts kick out vice-president

A POWERFUL faction of president Robert Mugabe's party is getting ready to celebrate this weekend after pushing Zimbabwe's vice-president Joice Mujuru out of the Zanu-PF central committee. The sly move means the 59-year-old widow of Mr ­Mugabe’s former...

 
Electricity blackouts would cause 'severe economic consequences'

Electricity blackouts would cause 'severe economic consequences'

The UK would face "severe economic consequences" if there was a serious disruption to the electricity supply. The cost could run into billions of pounds, according to a new report from the Royal Academy of Engineering). While the likelihood...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
Ageing population will compound deadly effects of heatwaves caused by climate change

Ageing population will compound deadly effects of heatwaves caused by climate change

The double whammy of global warming and a growing, ageing population will mean peoples’ exposure to deadly heatwaves will multiply tenfold this century, according to a new report from the Royal Society. The researchers from the UK’s science academy...

 

VIDEO: £170,000 raised for Sheffield Women Of Steel

The Star backed Women Of Steel statue appeal has smashed its target after a star-studded folk concert finale and today stands at almost £170,000 - thanks to YOU our readers. It means a statue by Martin Jennings, to honour the city’s brave women who...

 
Terror strikes as I'm a Celeb Jungle is hit by MONSTER STORM

Terror strikes as I'm a Celeb Jungle is hit by MONSTER STORM

Football idol Jimmy Bullard and motorbike ace Carl Fogarty found themselves trapped and cut off from the others in a bug-infested hut when the freak weather struck. Roads leading to their remote location were washed away, stopping the security team...

 
Fight Club! Brangelina marriage on the rocks just WEEKS after tying the knot

Fight Club! Brangelina marriage on the rocks just WEEKS after tying the knot

The Hollywood power couple sparked rumours their marriage is already on the rocks after the bust-up at the InterContinental Sydney.

 
European Parliament to vote on Google break-up

European Parliament to vote on Google break-up

The European Parliament is due to vote later on a proposal to break Google's search business away from its other services. It is the latest twist in a four year antitrust investigation which has so far failed to reach a conclusion. The body has no...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
TOWIE babe Lauren Goodger MOCKED for raffling off a date with herself… for £2!

TOWIE babe Lauren Goodger MOCKED for raffling off a date with herself… for £2!

The Celebrity Big Brother star, 28, was bombarded with jibes when she launched the competition to raise funds. She promised the winner would bag an “amazing” night out with her. And she urged fans to enter as many times as they could afford, adding:...

 
Black Friday: Boxing day sales come early?

Black Friday: Boxing day sales come early?

On Friday, the UK's largest retailers are expecting thousands of people to descend on their stores to pick up a bargain. Black Friday, the big sales day in the US that follows the Thanksgiving holiday, is being adopted by more and more shops in the...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Trouble in Paradise? Zayn's 1D snub fuels rumours that band are headed for a SPLIT

Trouble in Paradise? Zayn's 1D snub fuels rumours that band are headed for a SPLIT

The 21-year-old 1D star snubbed group shots with bandmates at an awards bash in Australia. Out of sorts Zayn stood behind pals on the red carpet and bowed his head to shield his face from the cameras.

 
Killer cop says his conscience is 'clear' as race riots engulf America

Killer cop says his conscience is 'clear' as race riots engulf America

Protests have erupted across the country after the decision not to charge Darren Wilson for killing 18-year-old Michael Brown in the town of Ferguson, Missouri. But the 28-year-old now says he has no regrets over the shooting and is desperate to live...

 


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