News archive from 28 March 2015

NATIONAL LOTTERY: What is tonight's Lotto jackpot & what time is the draw on Saturday, March 28, 2015?

NATIONAL LOTTERY: What is tonight's Lotto jackpot & what time is the draw on Saturday, March 28, 2015?

DO YOU fancy your chances of becoming a Lottery millionaire tonight (Saturday, March 28)? The latest draws are set to be made, with another tempting jackpot on offer. The top prize tonight will be an estimated £4 million. PLayers must match all six of...

 

Could SACCHARIN help beat Cancer? Researchers say artificial sweetener could inhibit cell growth

Saccharin could help beat cancer - despite first being though to cause it, researchers have found. University of Florida Health researchers have found that the artificial sweetener can inhibit cancer cell growth. They say it could be used to slow the...

 
Scottish firefighter Stevie McCrorie says getting through to The Voice final would be a 'dream come true'

Scottish firefighter Stevie McCrorie says getting through to The Voice final would be a 'dream come true'

THE Voice's Stevie McCrorie has said getting through to the show's final would be a "dream come true". The Scottish firefighter is the bookmakers' favourite to win the BBC One singing competition, ahead of Sheena McHugh and Nigerian music...

 

Harry Kane hails 'best moment of my career' after instant impact for debut England goal

Tottenham striker Harry Kane hailed a 'dream come true' after marking his England debut with a goal within two minutes of action at Wembley. Kane replaced captain Wayne Rooney in the 71st minute and headed home with his third touch to cap off a...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has the right to appoint two members to the Rangers board as part of terms on...

Paul Murray admits the new Rangers regime is still waiting to see whether Mike Ashley will send two of his men onto the board. The Ibrox interim chairman confirmed the terms of the initial £5million loan taken from Sports Direct by the previous...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

David Strettle is ready to score at Wembley after getting fired up by the Gunners

It was a familiar feeling when David Strettle found himself being towered over by the 6ft 6in Per Mertesacker at Arsenal’s London Colney training ground. The Saracens winger, who was on the books of Manchester City as a teenager, had to give up his...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Germanwings pilot 'wanted to be remembered' and woke up screaming 'we're going down'

The devastated woman has revealed that she was terrified of Lubitz's increasingly unusual behaviour. In a disturbing foreshadowing of Tuesday's horror crash, the disturbed co-pilot allegedly woke up screaming 'we're going down' during a nightmare. He...

 
'My wife looked like horror film character Carrie': Husband of tourist hurt in A83 coach crash relives moment bus tumbled down embankment

'My wife looked like horror film character Carrie': Husband of tourist hurt in A83 coach crash relives...

ONE of the tourists who was hurt in the A83 coach crash was left looking like blood-soaked horror film character Carrie, her husband said yesterday. Mick and Carol Long were among 52 passengers on board when it was sent tumbling down an embankment by...

 

Scotland's musicians are not cheering the new BBC radio schedule

In what appears to be a local manifestation of a national strategy, the broadcaster seems intent on making savings at the expense of the livelihood of hard-working musicians. In the station's new running order, talk shows and sports programming have...

 

There's a case to be made for Martinu

I have no real idea how the interest developed, but I suspect it might have been in the family. Though my father's core musical interest lay in the great Austro-German tradition, to judge from his vast library of recordings - vinyl, of course: he's...

 
Silent screen inspires Cirque Eloize's stage spectacular

Silent screen inspires Cirque Eloize's stage spectacular

But they fit like a spangled lycra bodysuit on Canadian company Cirque Éloize, who arrive in Edinburgh this week with their only Scottish performances of Cirkopolis. Edinburgh, it turns out, is a significant place for Cirque Éloize: the Fringe of...

 

Royal gold glitters at Holyroodhouse

That, of course, is only the stuff that we can get our hands on, the stuff of the Earth's shallow crust. Dig a little deeper - 3,000 miles deeper, to be exact - and you arrive on the fringes of the world's iron-rich molten core, filled, so they also...

 

Strachan's problems may all be pre-match

The match against Gibraltar at Hampden tomorrow in Group D of the European 2016 Championships should be straightforward in terms of result but it offers the most intriguing paradox. This is simple match that presents Gordon Strachan with difficult...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 

Nicky Law: Hearts songs show no-one is hated more than Rangers, but we will have our day

Look at the members of the Hearts team who took a trip to the Tynecastle Arms, a fine hostelry on the Gorgie Road, after clinching the SPFL Championship last weekend. A couple of pints, a bit of chat with the punters, a few choruses of "f*** you,...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 

Derek Lyle relishes taking on big guns for Queen of the South play-off spot run-in

Fourth-placed Queens face the rest of the Championship top five in the coming weeks, starting with today's trip to newly crowned champions Hearts. An away clash at Hibs and visits of Rangers and Falkirk, who are currently only one point behind James...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 


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