News archive from 1 March 2015, page 16

Louis van Gaal wants FOUR news players to turn Manchester United into champions

Louis van Gaal has told Manchester United he needs to sign FOUR more players this summer to turn the club into title challengers again. The United boss, who has already splashed out more than £150million on new signings since taking over at Old...

Metro, 10:19 in Sport
 

Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool plot transfer raid on Zenit Saint Petersburg's Salomon Rondon

Liverpool are set to battle it out with Tottenham for Zenit Saint Petersburg striker Salomon Rondon. The Champions League chasers are both keen on the forward who is desperate to leave Russia at the end of the season and could be available for around...

Metro, 10:19 in Sport
 

Mali signs peace deal, rebels want more time for consultation

"This accord is not intended to immediately resolve all the problems of a deep, multifaceted, cyclical crisis. It is nevertheless a decisive step towards peace and reconciliation," a declaration from the international mediation team said....

 

In pictures: Stars in stripes as Rita Ora catches the eye in LA

RITA ORA loves to push the fashion boundaries - but what do you make of this bizarre outfit? The star jetted off to Los Angeles after her presenting gig at the BRIT AWARDS and didn't waste any time until she was back on the promo trail. The...

 
Man With Baby Stabs Police Officer In Head

Man With Baby Stabs Police Officer In Head

A police officer has been stabbed in the head while tackling a man who had grabbed hold of a baby. More follows...

 
Royal Mail to increase prices of first and second class stamps from March 30

Royal Mail to increase prices of first and second class stamps from March 30

Stamp prises are set to rise again from March 30 - just a year after another hike in 2014. Royal Mail said the price of first and second class stamps would both increase by 1 pence to 63p for a First Class stamp and 54p Second Class. The increase...

 
Scots senior advisor to George Osborne caught smoking crack cocaine in drugs den video

Scots senior advisor to George Osborne caught smoking crack cocaine in drugs den video

A SENIOR advisor to Chancellor George Osborne, who professes to be a proud Scot, has been caught smoking crack cocaine. Prof Douglas McWilliams, one of Osborne’s senior advisers on economic policy, was captured on video smoking the Class A drug in a...

 
East Coast rail line back in private hands

East Coast rail line back in private hands

The East Coast rail line, which passes through Nottinghamshire, has returned to private hands. Services on the line have been operated by a Department for Transport (DfT) controlled company since November 2009, but from Sunday they are being run...

 

Yeovil Town boss Terry Skiverton believes 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe United was a 'fair result'

YEOVIL Town's acting boss Terry Skiverton admitted he was left with mixed emotions after seeing his side pick up a point at Scunthorpe United. The 39-year-old said the 1-1 scoreline at Glanford Park would have been a good result earlier in the...

 
Power failure at East Midlands Airport: Investigation under way after flights were disrupted

Power failure at East Midlands Airport: Investigation under way after flights were disrupted

AN investigation is under way to determine the cause of a power failure at East Midlands Airport - which left hundreds of passengers stranded for up to five hours. Flights were diverted to 11 other airports around the country and many passengers were...

 
Spring is sprung - or is it?

Spring is sprung - or is it?

When does spring begin? Well, for some, it began today. But for others, it won't start for roughly another three weeks. When we talk about the beginning of winter or any other season, we are usually talking about the day in our calendars that mark...

 

Estonians vote; pro-NATO premier faces pro-Russian opposition

Roivas' Reform Party, which has stressed fears of Russian interference in Estonia after Moscow annexed Ukraine's Crimea region last year, led with 26 percent support in a final TNS EMOR poll on Friday against 22 for the centre-left Centre Party. A...

 

Activist monk seeks Buddhism overhaul in Thailand over corruption fears

Surrounded by verdant green rice fields at Wat Or Noi temple, Issara said he wants better oversight of temple finances and to shake up the fossilized structure of Thai Buddhism. "Buddhism in Thailand is a poisoned fruit. The highest level of the...

 

Nicole Scherzinger looks chic as she takes her mind off recent split with a trip to Venice

The hitmaker looked stunning as she checked out the sights in Venice, Italy, this weekend before taking to the stage yesterday evening. With her newly-dyed tresses worn down under a bright red trilby, the 36-year-old undoubtedly turned heads as she...

 

Stabbed Boy Cyclist's Sister Pays Tribute

The sister of a boy who was stabbed while cycling through north London has spoken of the "joys" that her brother brought to the world. Sherry, the sister of 15-year-old Alan Cartwright, told Sky News that her family had been deeply affected...

 


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