News archive from 29 January 2015

The Super Bowl binge: Americans eat 2,400 calories of junk food during the game - with the average shopping...

Super Bowl Sunday is the nation's annual excuse to overload on football, friends and food. So much so, that the average American consumes an incredible 2,400 calories during the four to five hour of the NFL's climatic final. That's equal to a slice of...

 
Update: Tremors felt in Grantham hit 3.8 magnitude

Update: Tremors felt in Grantham hit 3.8 magnitude

The earthquake felt in Grantham and further afield tonight (Wednesday) had a magnitude of 3.8, according to the British Geological Survey. The tremors began at 22:25:54, and are believed to have originated near Cottesmore, 17 miles south of Grantham....

 
Breaking news: Earthquake shakes Grantham

Breaking news: Earthquake shakes Grantham

An earthquake was felt in Grantham and elsewhere tonight, just before 10.30pm. Social networking sites are awash with tweets and posts about the tremors, felt around the south of the county. Reports are also coming in of tremors felt in...

 
Andy Murray NOT worried by Dani Vallverdu coaching semi-final opponent Tomas Berdych

Andy Murray NOT worried by Dani Vallverdu coaching semi-final opponent Tomas Berdych

Concerns have been raised Berdych will enjoy a tactical advantage over Murray after he hired the Scot's former coach, Dani Vallverdu. Murray sacked Vallverdu, along with long-term fitness coach Jez Green, in the wake of his 6-0, 6-1 thumping by Roger...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 

Simon Mignolet: Chelsea defeat will spur on Liverpool for rest of season

The Reds were denied a spot in the Wembley final by Chelsea when they were edged out at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Belgian keeper Mignolet admits the players are hurting from the 2-1 aggregate defeat. Liverpool face West Ham in the Premier League on...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 

Samsung Electronics fourth-quarter profit down 36 percent on year, in line with guidance

Profit for the mobile division, the driver of Samsung's record 2013 earnings, fell to 1.96 trillion won from 5.47 trillion won a year earlier. (Reporting by Se Young Lee; Editing by Stephen Coates)

Reuters, 00:05 in Business
 
Residents speak of earthquake drama in Lincolnshire

Residents speak of earthquake drama in Lincolnshire

Residents are reporting houses shaking and items wobbling on shelves during an earthquake felt in Lincolnshire. The British Geological Survey tonight confirmed a 3.8 magnitude earthquake has hit the region, with its epicentre at Oakham in Rutland. It...

 
Greater Lincolnshire gets share of £14.8 million in new Government growth deal

Greater Lincolnshire gets share of £14.8 million in new Government growth deal

Two shares of £2.4 million will fund road improvements and a centre of excellence for agri-food in part of Lincolnshire. A new £14.8 million pot of Government money is being handed to |Greater Lincolnshire in new growth deals. Plans for an Agri-Food...

 
£900m in aid cash linked to fraudsters and oil looters

£900m in aid cash linked to fraudsters and oil looters

Almost £900m of UK foreign aid has been handed to an organisation with links to fraudsters and oil looters. A damning report from the Public Accounts Committee says the Department for International Development has not done enough to safeguard British...

 

Coroner promises quick probe into deaths of Sydney siege hostages

Hostages Katrina Dawson, 38, and Tori Johnson, 34, were killed in the final moments of the 17-hour siege last month, which ended when police stormed the Lindt Chocolat Cafe in central Sydney. Gunman Man Haron Monis, 50, was also killed. Barnes...

 
Belladrum Festival: Kaiser Chiefs unveiled as latest headline act for this year's Highland weekender

Belladrum Festival: Kaiser Chiefs unveiled as latest headline act for this year's Highland weekender

LEEDS rockers Kaiser Chiefs are the latest act to have been announced as headliners of this year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, near Beauly, Inverness-shire. The band, known for a string of anthemic hits such as Ruby and I Predict A Riot, will...

 
England to launch RIVAL World Cup if Blatter clings on to top job

England to launch RIVAL World Cup if Blatter clings on to top job

The Football Association and other countries' soccer bosses are fed up with corruption claims that have dogged world governing body Fifa and its president Blatter. Former top players Luis Figo, 42, and David Ginola, 48, are gunning for Blatter's role...

 
Extremist postman delivers an Islamic State hate sermon

Extremist postman delivers an Islamic State hate sermon

Royal Mail worker Sajid Idris, 31, waved the Islamist flag as part of a group holding up signs saying: "Islamic State will bring peace to the Middle East". Idris was seen with the flag in a busy shopping area in Cardiff - where he is...

 
Education Sec: 'British values are just as crucial as the three Rs'

Education Sec: 'British values are just as crucial as the three Rs'

Nicky Morgan said youngsters learning about democracy, the rule of law, liberty and respect for others was just as crucial as traditional classroom subjects. She said the Trojan Horse scandal, which saw radical Muslims infiltrate Birmingham primary...

 
Graphic novel becomes latest weapon in fight to stamp out sectarianism ahead of Old Firm clash

Graphic novel becomes latest weapon in fight to stamp out sectarianism ahead of Old Firm clash

A GRAPHIC novel has become the latest weapon in the fight to stamp out sectarianism . Walk the Walk, follows friends Rab and Robbie as they struggle with divisions in their neighbourhood. The book, written by Gowan Calder and illustrated by Jill...

 


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