News archive from 29 June 2017

Chelsea and Manchester City enter the race for Thomas Lemar as Arsenal’s hopes fade fast

Chelsea and Manchester City enter the race for Thomas Lemar as Arsenal’s hopes fade fast

Arsenal face a tough test to try and prise Thomas Lemar away from Monaco, with Chelsea, Barcelona and Manchester City all making contact over a potential move for the winger. The Gunners were reported to have made a £30 million offer for Lemar which...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 
What it’s like living as a couple when one of you has HIV

What it’s like living as a couple when one of you has HIV

People on effective treatment for HIV cannot pass the virus on – and this couple is living proof. Danny Kilbride, 29, is HIV-negative. He is in love with 23-year-old Joe Cotgrave, who is HIV-positive. Joe was diagnosed with the virus in 2013, shortly...

Metro, 00:05 in Hot News
 
Mother with HIV says modern treatment is so good you can’t pass it on

Mother with HIV says modern treatment is so good you can’t pass it on

A widowed mum is urging people to remember that people on effective HIV treatment cannot pass it on to other people. Lizzie Jordan, a 34-year-old mum-of-one from Lincolnshire, was devastated when her partner died suddenly from what turned out to be an...

Metro, 00:05 in Hot News
 
Pain during sex and constipation? YOU could be suffering pelvic floor dysfunction

Pain during sex and constipation? YOU could be suffering pelvic floor dysfunction

The pelvic floor muscles surround all the organs in your pelvis, explain the pregnancy charity Tommy's. Building up their strength - known as pelvic floor exercises - can lead to an easier birth for women. However, despite the focus on the female...

 
UK heatwave warning: Too much sun exposure can cause BLINDNESS

UK heatwave warning: Too much sun exposure can cause BLINDNESS

Opticians are urging British people to beware the harmful effects of too much sun exposure on their eyes. This is because its ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause macular damage. The most common form is age-related macular degeneration (AMD). It's the...

 

LIONS SNAP UP STARLET JACK

0 Have your say Local lad Jack Hamilton has shown that hard work pays off as he put pen to paper with newly promoted SPFL Championship side Livingston. The young striker, from Coldingham, started playing with Eyemouth from under-7s to under-12s then...

 
Nigeria corruption investigator Austin Okwor survives shooting

Nigeria corruption investigator Austin Okwor survives shooting

A leading anti-corruption investigator in Nigeria has survived being shot multiple times, officials say. Austin Okwor is reported to be part of a team investigating corruption within the judiciary. He is being treated in hospital for his wounds. The...

BBC, 00:06 in World News
 

Doncaster set for role in world cycling championship

Doncaster looks set to be a host town for one of the biggest cycling championships in the world. Harrogate has been named as the main competition town and finish location for each race in the 2019 UCI Road World Championships, but race start locations...

 

"I rarely met anyone kinder or more gentle:" Doncaster TV star Jeremy Clarkson's sadness at death of...

Doncaster TV star Jeremy Clarkson has spoken of his sadness at the death of Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond, saying he "rarely met anyone kinder or more gentle." It was announced earlier today that Mr Bond, who created the children's...

 

Doncaster set for role in world cycling championship

Doncaster looks set to be a host town for one of the biggest cycling championships in the world. Harrogate has been named as the main competition town and finish location for each race in the 2019 UCI Road World Championships, but race start locations...

 

More students are dropping out of university early, figures show

Rising numbers of poor students are dropping out of university before finishing their degree, figures suggest. The proportion of youngsters from disadvantaged families who do not continue after their first year at university has reached the highest...

 

Cost ‘puts patients off their medicine’

One in three people with long-term conditions such as asthma and arthritis have not picked up their medicines because of the cost of their prescriptions, according to research out today. A poll of 4,200 people who pay for medicines also found that...

 

‘Patients with long term conditions cutting down on prescriptions as costs soar’

A third of people with long-term conditions such as asthma and arthritis who pay for prescriptions have not picked up their medicines due to the cost, research suggests. A poll of 4,200 people with long-term conditions who pay for medicines also found...

 
China releases activists at shoe factories linked to Ivanka Trump

China releases activists at shoe factories linked to Ivanka Trump

Three undercover activists investigating a company which made shoes for the fashion line of President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka have been released on bail. New York-based China Labor Watch (CLW) said its investigators would be put on trial at a...

BBC, 00:17 in World News
 
Jennie Bond reveals dementia-stricken mother, 95, fails to recognise her in long battle

Jennie Bond reveals dementia-stricken mother, 95, fails to recognise her in long battle

The former BBC royal correspondent said mother Pamela, 95, no longer recognises her after the cruel illness ravaged her memory.  Now living in a care home, the former wartime payroll officer first displayed symptoms of forgetfulness 12 years ago. ...

 


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