News archive from 31 December 2015

Lotto jackpot rolls over to record £46.5 million

Lotto jackpot rolls over to record £46.5 million

Saturday's Lotto jackpot will be another record rollover with an estimated value of £46.5 million, after nobody matched tonight's six main numbers, Camelot said. The winning numbers were 31, 47, 52, 55, 59 and 22 and the bonus number was 23. Set of...

 

High-dose vitamin D hope for multiple sclerosis patients

High doses of vitamin D can dampen down the hyperactive immune response linked to multiple sclerosis (MS), a study has found. The US discovery could point the way towards a simple and cheap treatment for people with the disease, which is caused by the...

 

Lotto jackpot rolls over to record £46.5 million

Saturday's Lotto jackpot will be another record rollover with an estimated value of £46.5 million, after nobody matched tonight's six main numbers, Camelot said. The winning numbers were 31, 47, 52, 55, 59 and 22 and the bonus number was 23. Set of...

 

Mental health now area of most pubic concern within NHS

Mental health has become the area of NHS and social care the public most worry about and want improved, with delays in getting treatment and too little support for people in need their main concerns. Inadequate support for people with mental illness...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 
Nintendo NX: Developer talks announcement following Nintendo update

Nintendo NX: Developer talks announcement following Nintendo update

The Japanese games giant has already reaffirmed their commitment to The NX project making up the core of their business strategy, a fact that may have been questioned by fans following the revelation that key IPs were set to appear on mobile...

 

Australian military praised for 'vital' role in Iraqi recapture of Ramadi from Isis

The Australian defence force has been praised for its “vital” role in retaking the Iraqi city of Ramadi from Islamic State. Related: Iraq celebrates recapture of Ramadi but victory comes at a cost Vice admiral David Johnston, head of defence joint...

 

Kumi Naidoo: 'The struggle has never been about saving the planet'

When Kumi Naidoo was approached to be head of Greenpeace in 2009 he was 19 days into a hunger strike, in an effort to draw attention to the plight of millions of Zimbabweans facing severe food shortages. The head of a South African community group, he...

 
Historic South Shields clock restored to former glory at Pier Parade

Historic South Shields clock restored to former glory at Pier Parade

An historic clock has been fully restored and preserved for future generations thanks to South Tyneside Council. The clock, on Pier Parade in South Shields, forms part of the Jubilee clock tower and the Wouldhave Memorial to honour local men William...

 
New Year’s Honours: Port of Tyne boss handed CBE

New Year’s Honours: Port of Tyne boss handed CBE

The boss of one of the borough’s biggest employers has been handed a royal honour. Andrew Moffat, chief executive at Port of Tyne, has been named a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the New Year’s Honours List. Mr Moffat was recognised for his...

 
Airport shops could be forced to give VAT discounts

Airport shops could be forced to give VAT discounts

Airport shops could be forced to give VAT discounts to passengers travelling outside the European Union, following the launch of a government enquiry. The Treasury said that the "extensive" review would make sure that shoppers got the...

BBC, 00:07 in Business
 

Jelle Klaasen beats Phil Taylor to reach quarter-finals of PDC worlds

Phil Taylor’s hopes of winning a 17th world title were ended on Wednesday night after he was beaten 4-3 by Dutchman Jelle Klaasen at Alexandra Palace. After the exit of No1 seed Michael van Gerwen on Tuesday, Taylor was the new favourite for the title...

Guardian, 00:07 in Sport
 

Klopp told to calm down by police officer after war of words with Allardyce

Jürgen Klopp was instructed to calm down by a police officer after trading insults with Sam Allardyce and his backroom staff in the wake of Jeremain Lens’s nasty second-half tackle on Mamadou Sakho at the Stadium of Light. Related: Sunderland’s...

Guardian, 00:07 in Sport
 
Carven Collaborates with La Redoute

Carven Collaborates with La Redoute

Alexis and Adrien Martial Caillaudaud, the creative powerhouse behind the designer label, have taken travel as the inspiration for the collection. The designs are based on the legendary air-hostess uniforms that were created by founder Madame Carven...

 

Poldark star's topless scything voted top TV moment of 2015

Aidan Turner’s topless scything scene in the BBC adaptation of Poldark has been voted the TV moment of 2015 by Radio Times readers. Related: Hapless scyther Ross Poldark and other TV characters who can’t cut it Almost 20,000 people polled online voted...

 

London's New Year's Eve event will see fewer police on duty than last year

Fewer police than last year will be on duty for London’s New Year’s Eve celebrations, although the number of firearms officers has been increased, the Metropolitan police said. About 3,000 officers will be working at locations across central London as...

 


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