News archive from 31 August 2015

Elder Scrolls Online PS4 and Xbox One: Tamriel Unlimited server issues hit fans

Fans have reported issues on both the PS4 and Xbox One North American servers, with players unable to load their characters. A login failure message is displayed instead, leaving many players unable to access Tamerial Unlimited tonight. There is...


Slow-melting ice cream ingredient discovered by scientists

A new ingredient developed by scientists in Scotland could mean that ice cream lovers can enjoy their treats longer before they melt. A naturally occurring protein can be used to create ice cream which stays frozen for longer in hot weather. The...

BBC, 00:05 in Regional

Manchester United transfer news: Huge Thomas Muller bid prepared, Bafetimbi Gomis interest, £20m for Sadio...

With only two days remaining in the transfer window, Manchester United must move quickly to get the last bits of business wrapped up. Many Red Devils supporters are calling out for Louis van Gaal to bring in reinforcements, especially after a...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport

Three-year-old boy dies after Brisbane unit fire, parents and siblings in hospital

A three-year-old boy is dead and his parents and two siblings are in hospital after a unit fire at Beenleigh, south of Brisbane. Emergency crews were unable to revive the little boy at the home late on Sunday night. The boy’s parents and four-year-old...


Faslane base gets £500m contracts 'to secure 6,700 jobs'

Chancellor George Osborne has announced more than £500m of contracts for the Royal Navy's submarine base at Faslane. The government said the work, which is due to begin in 2017, would secure 6,700 jobs and create thousands more. Mr Osborne said:...

BBC, 00:09 in World News
Slower melting ice cream could be on way - with fewer calories

Slower melting ice cream could be on way - with fewer calories

IT IS a peril of the Great British summertime when the nation is blessed with an all-too infrequent heatwave. But fans of ice cream could soon savour a slower-melting treat on a hot day after a new ingredient has been developed by scientists....


Jason Day impresses with six-stroke victory in the Barclays Championship

Jason Day has run away with the first event of the US PGA Tour’s lucrative end-of-season playoff series to assume top spot in the FedExCup standings. Backing up from his major breakthrough at the PGA Championship, Day carded a brilliant bogey-free...

Guardian, 00:09 in Sport

Tesco to sell latest Iron Maiden album The Book of Souls in vinyl format

Tesco is to tap into the rapidly growing vinyl music market this week when it sells the new album by British rock group Iron Maiden. The Book Of Souls, the band’s first studio offering in five years, will be released on Friday, with the triple LP...

Newcastle boss Steve McClaren defends tactics after criticism from Arsenal's Arsene Wenger

Newcastle boss Steve McClaren defends tactics after criticism from Arsenal's Arsene Wenger

Arsenal won a game they never looked like losing and but for home keeper Tim Krul and some defiant defending, might have done so more emphatically. At the opposite end, Petr Cech could have taken the afternoon off as 10-man Newcastle - statistically...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
Mystery man refuses to cooperate over Bangkok bomb

Mystery man refuses to cooperate over Bangkok bomb

POLICE have arrested and charged a man in connection with the deadly bombing in Bangkok and say he will remain in military custody as he is refusing to cooperate. The suspect, described as a foreigner, was charged with illegal possession of weapons,...


£500m Faslane project to create thousands of jobs

George Osborne has announced more than £500m of funding for the Royal Navy’s flagship submarine base at Faslane, a move he says will create thousands of jobs. HM Naval Base Clyde, which sits on the eastern shore of Gare Loch in Argyll and Bute, is...


Jason Day blows away field to clinch stunning win at the Barclays

The Australian carded an impressive 62 to finish on -19, six shots clear of closest challenger Henrik Stenson. Stenson, who was aiming to win his fifth tournament on the PGA tour, faded on the final day. There were also high hopes for Bubba Watson,...

Frederick Forsyth: I was secret agent with MI6

Frederick Forsyth: I was secret agent with MI6

Author Frederick Forsyth, famous for his espionage novels, has revealed how he was also conducting missions for MI6 for more than 20 years. Forsyth, author of The Day of the Jackal, said that he was talking about his past now because “it doesn’t do...


The ice curtain that divides US families from Russian cousins

Two islands in the Bering Straits, one Russian, one American, are barely two miles apart. Only a few military observation posts remain on the Russian island, but a community of Eskimos lives on the US island. After the Cold War they hoped to resume...

BBC, 00:11 in World News
Theresa May says ‘no job, no entry to the UK’

Theresa May says ‘no job, no entry to the UK’

ONLY European migrants with jobs lined up should be allowed in to the UK, Theresa May has said, as she blamed Europe's "system of no borders" for the recent migration crisis. The Home Secretary said the principle of free movement within the...


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