News archive from 29 September 2015, page 3

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho returns to his homeland for Champions League action... but there's no hero's welcome in Porto

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho returns to his homeland for Champions League action... but there's no hero's...

No-one in Porto, least of all Iker Casillas, will have been too shocked to find Jose Mourinho brooding and at odds with his Chelsea players as he returned to a city he once called home. They are familiar with the turbulence of life with Mourinho, who...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger poised to start David Ospina against Olympiacos

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger poised to start David Ospina against Olympiacos

Arsene Wenger is poised to take another Champions League gamble as he looks to keep his summer promise to keeper David Ospina. The Arsenal manager is considering playing the Colombian instead of regular No 1 Petr Cech for Tuesday's crucial clash...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 

Refugee law experts urge Malcolm Turnbull to let detention centre staff speak to UN

Australia should allow immigration detention centre workers to report human rights abuses to UN representatives without fear of imprisonment, academics and refugee law experts have argued in an open letter to the prime minister. Related: Open letter...

 
Everton match-winner Romelu Lukaku 'can become anything he wants', claims manager Roberto Martinez following West Brom win

Everton match-winner Romelu Lukaku 'can become anything he wants', claims manager Roberto Martinez...

Roberto Martinez predicted Romelu Lukaku 'can become anything he wants' after he inspired Everton's best away comeback in 30 years. The Belgium international, Everton's club record signing, started and finished a remarkable turnaround at The...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport
 
Micro-chipped super soldiers are ALREADY a reality, book claims: Implants to combat PTSD and make military more resilient to warfare could be rolled out within a couple of years

Micro-chipped super soldiers are ALREADY a reality, book claims: Implants to combat PTSD and make military...

Soldiers are already being micro-chipped to combat the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder and boost their prowess on the battlefield, a new book claims. The so-called Brain-Machine Interface program is the flagship idea at the heart of DARPA's...

 

India successfully launches first hi-tech telescopes into space

India successfully launched its first hi-tech telescopes into space to study the stars, as New Delhi seeks to take another step in its ambitious space programme. A rocket carrying the 150-tonne mini space observatory, called Astrosat, along with six...

 
Salmon fishing crackdown to tackle stock decline

Salmon fishing crackdown to tackle stock decline

A major crackdown on salmon fishing in Scotland is looming amid growing fears over declining stocks, the Scottish Government has announced. Many stretches of the country’s most popular rivers for wild Atlantic salmon could be restricted to catch and...

 
Audit Scotland probe ‘go to trial for money' cases

Audit Scotland probe ‘go to trial for money' cases

Lawyers in Scotland's courts are lodging "not guilty" pleas against the will of their clients in order to make more money, according to a report by Scotland's public spending watchdog. The findings by Audit Scotland suggest lawyers are...

Scotsman, 00:40 in Politics
 
Everton defence may have missed John Stones but new look back four helped limit West Brom forwards in Hawthorns victory

Everton defence may have missed John Stones but new look back four helped limit West Brom forwards in...

With John Stones and Seamus Coleman ruled out, Everton already had selection problems heading into Monday's Premier League meeting with West Brom. But with Leighton Baines also sidelined with a long term injury, fans could have been forgiven for...

Daily Mail, 00:44 in Sport
 

And the Brownlow goes to... not Sam Mitchell: AFL site gets winner wrong

The AFL had their blushes saved when Hawthorn midfielder Sam Mitchell yet again fell just short of winning his first Brownlow Medal, finishing third behind Fremantle star Nat Fyfe and 2014 winner Matt Priddis. Related: Fremantle's Nat Fyfe wins 2015...

Guardian, 00:45 in Sport
 

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Daventry draw a blank at Goole

Daventry draw a blank at Goole

Daventry Town manager Darran Foster will be looking for his side to get back on track when they entertain Spalding United in Tuesday's Evo-Stik Northern Premier League clash. His side could have gone joint second in the Division One South table had...

 

Study gives strongest link yet between blood pressure and diabetes

People who have high blood pressure are almost 60% more likely to develop diabetes, according to research on 4.1 million people. The Oxford University study provides the strongest evidence yet of a link between the two conditions. Experts behind the...

Guardian, 00:53 in Health
 
Career burglar back in jail over Leeds car chase

Career burglar back in jail over Leeds car chase

A career burglar who broke into a house in Leeds before stealing a £15,000 car and taking it on a high speed police chase has been returned to prison. Graham Adair, 37, was jailed for six and a half years after a judge told him he had one of the worst...

 

The next Doctor Who could be a woman, says BBC One controller

BBC One controller Charlotte Moore has not ruled out the possibility of the next Doctor Who being a woman. Moore, who is responsible for the strategy and all the shows commissioned on the flagship channel, said she would never "put a bar" on...

 


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