News archive from 28 December 2016

Treating burns: How to avoid and nurse injuries at home over Christmas

Treating burns: How to avoid and nurse injuries at home over Christmas

During Christmas your home is likely to be full of people, and in all the excitement accidents can easily happen.  According to NHS Choices, more than 80,000 people a year need hospital treatment for injuries such as falls, cuts and burns during the...

 
Could Great British Bake Off’s Mary Berry be joining Robot Wars?

Could Great British Bake Off’s Mary Berry be joining Robot Wars?

In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, the 32-year-old host of the BBC Two series revealed her dream celebrity roboteeers and revealed that The Great British Bake Off judge was at the top of her list. “I know Jonathan Ross is a big fan of Robot...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Fright night in Bri-nylon

Last night's TV reviewed: Fright night in Bri-nylon

It is equally possible to groan at the slew of Christmas adverts, the piped carols in the supermarkets from mid-November and the general frenzy of greed and debt and at the same time quite enjoy the season when it comes around.  Us humans are like...

 
'Middle age health crisis' warning

'Middle age health crisis' warning

Middle-aged people in England face a health crisis because of unhealthy lifestyles, experts have warned. Desk jobs, fast food and the daily grind are taking their toll, says Public Health England. Eight in every 10 people aged 40 to 60 in England are...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 

Mild winters leave butterflies and bees in a flap

Butterflies and bees have struggled in the latest year of a decade of unsettled weather, the National Trust has said. In its 10th annual appraisal of the UK’s wildlife and weather, the Trust said mild winters and “pulses” of bad weather in the summer...

 

Women binge drinkers get “bad press” study finds

Women who binge drink are portrayed more negatively by the media than their male counterparts, according to a new study. Researchers found women’s binge drinking was given more coverage than men’s despite males consuming a greater amount of alcohol....

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 

Alex Iwobi celebrates Arsenal's win over West Brom by taking his girlfriend Clarisse Juliette to Winter...

After a year in which he has gone from a youth player to a first-team regular, you would have thought Arsenal starlet Alex Iwobi would always be in wonderland. But the Nigerian international went a step further on Tuesday night, taking his girlfriend...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Africa's top hashtags of 2016

Whether mourning the death of a musical giant, teasing presidents or launching protest movements, Africans took to social media in greater numbers than ever before in 2016. Here's a look back at some of the most popular stories and hashtags....

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 
Work-life balance: What does it mean for men?

Work-life balance: What does it mean for men?

Every Christmas, Today on BBC Radio 4 invites people from different walks of life to "guest edit" the programme, choosing the topics and interviewees they want in it. Here Helena Morrissey, non-executive chair of Newton Investment Management...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

Sam Allardyce wants Wilfried Zaha to snub African Cup of Nations and help Crystal Palace beat the drop

Sam Allardyce will sit down with Wilfried Zaha this week in the hope that the player will not travel to play in the African Cup of Nations for the Ivory Coast in January. Crystal Palace have been preparing to lose the player who will be absent for up...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Trust finds wildlife hit by decade of unsettled weather

A decade of mild winters and “pulses” of bad weather has caused a decline of butterflies and bees, the National Trust said. The unsettled weather is impacting on many species because of the detrimental effects it has on small plants and wildflowers...

 
Forfar Athletic 4 Clyde 3: Barry Ferguson admits League Two title fight is over

Forfar Athletic 4 Clyde 3: Barry Ferguson admits League Two title fight is over

Clyde boss Barry Ferguson admitted Clyde’s League Two title fight is over after they lost a seven-goal thriller to leaders Forfar on Boxing Day. The Bully Wee led twice in Monday's clash, with goals from Ewan McNeil, David Gormley and Peter...

 
Chelsea star Eden Hazard makes bold admission after Bournemouth win

Chelsea star Eden Hazard makes bold admission after Bournemouth win

Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Boxing Day made it 12 Premier league wins on the trot. The Blues are flying under Antonio Conte this season with Eden Hazard back to his best - his goal against the Cherries was his 50th for the club. Hazard has...

 
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: This is what I think about returning to St Mary's

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: This is what I think about returning to St Mary's

The Argentine returns to St Mary’s tomorrow night for the third time since leaving for Tottenham on 2014. And he is braced for a fiery reception along with Victor Wanyama who makes his first trip back and Toby Alderweireld on his second. Mauricio...

 

Huge bill for Leeds hospital parking

NHS hospital visitors and staff paid out at least £18m in parking fees across the region last year, with visitors to hospitals in Leeds racking up the most in parking fines. New figures show that hospital trusts in England collectively raised more...

 


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