News archive from 1 August 2015, page 6

Naomi Campbell found guilty of assault after she scratched eye of photographer who took pictures of her...

Naomi Campbell has been found guilty of assault after she scratched the eye of a paparazzo photographer who took pictures of her and her former boyfriend on holiday. The 45-year-old model hit Gaetano Di Giovanni with her handbag after he photographed...

 

'The face says it all': Professor Green battles through food poisoning for brave Camp Bestival stage...

He proved his dedication on Friday night after hitting the Camp Bestival stage despite being desperately ill with a case of food poisoning.  And Professor Green, 31, took to the Castle Stage after enduring a painful day of sickness leading up to his...

 
Fears for wildlife as ash trees wiped out

Fears for wildlife as ash trees wiped out

Ash dieback's impact on millions of trees in hedgerows and field edges could have serious consequences for the landscape and wildlife, experts have warned. The Woodland Trust is using data which maps 280 million trees across England and Wales to...

 

Arsenal striker nearing Emirates exit following double deal

The Gunners announced on Friday that Hayden has made the season-long loan move to Hull. And while Arsene Wenger previously insisted Akpom would not be shipped out on a temporary move, the BBC report that the 19-year-old will join his team-mate at the...

 

Police fear five-year-old girl abducted from home in Queensland

A five-year-old girl is believed to have been abducted from her mother’s house in central Queensland by a man and a teenager. Police say Shania Temple was taken from a house on Tay Street, South Mackay, about 12.30am on Saturday. Officers say they...

 
Days of rain can’t halt the summer fun

Days of rain can’t halt the summer fun

They've had everything from searing sun to torrential downpours. But nothing has stopped the fantastic fun which has been enjoyed by everyone on the Hartlepool Special Needs Support Group summer scheme. Although we started off with glorious weather,...

 

Glowing new mum Blake Lively puts on a leggy display in a flirty floral frock as she gets to work on All I...

Blake Lively looked bloomin' lovely on set in Spain while working on her new movie.  The 27-year-old actress is currently working on the romantic drama All I See Is You in Barcelona and was spotted chatting on her phone between takes.  She looked...

 

Kate Mara gets flirty in a little halterneck dress on set of Spanish TV show Despierta America to promote...

She's said that playing Sue Storm in Fantastic Four was an 'intense' experience. Kate Mara got a chance to unwind and have some fun with her co-stars Jamie Bell and Michael B. Jordan during a visit to the set of Despierta America at Universal Studios...

 
Rose Garden singer Lynn Anderson dies, aged 67

Rose Garden singer Lynn Anderson dies, aged 67

US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, has died, aged 67. She had been in hospital in Nashville, where she suffered a heart attack on Thursday. Other hits included You're My Man, How Can I...

BBC, 02:51 in World News
 

My girl was saved by surgery INSIDE the womb: Doctors operated on baby before she was born in pioneering...

A baby's life was saved by a pioneering operation carried out when she was still in her mother’s womb. Michelle Cannon had been advised to have an abortion after receiving the devastating news that her unborn daughter had a rare and usually deadly...

Daily Mail, 02:51 in Health
 

Asylum seeker dies in detention centre in Western Australia

An asylum seeker has died at an immigration detention centre in Western Australia. The Department of Immigration says the male detainee died at the Yongah Hill detention centre on Friday. There was also no immediate indication the man had taken his...

 
Worksop: Schools are ocean heroes after increasing pupils’ fish diets

Worksop: Schools are ocean heroes after increasing pupils’ fish diets

Schools in Worksop have been called "ocean heroes' after they helped the Midlands extend their lead over southern regions in serving sustainable fish to their pupils. With an 18 per cent increase in Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified...

 
Ed Balls criticises Labour's business stance

Ed Balls criticises Labour's business stance

Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls has attacked Labour's approach to business under Ed Miliband. Mr Balls, who lost his seat in May, told the Daily Telegraph it was "no secret" he thought Mr Miliband had to position himself better with...

BBC, 03:05 in World News
 
Liverpool Transfer News: Done Deal, defender move hijacked, talks underway

Liverpool Transfer News: Done Deal, defender move hijacked, talks underway

Rickie Lambert has completed his move from Liverpool to West Brom, the Daily Mirror report. The England international joined the Baggies in a £3m deal and has put pen to paper on a two year deal. His departure comes just 12 months after he joined his...

Daily Star, 03:11 in Sport
 
Branislav Ivanovic keen to deal blow to Arsenal's title hopes with win in Community Shield

Branislav Ivanovic keen to deal blow to Arsenal's title hopes with win in Community Shield

Rival bosses Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger have played down the importance of the new season curtain-raiser, insisting the real business starts next weekend. But Ivanovic is convinced the clash gives the reigning champions the chance to deliver an...

Daily Star, 03:11 in Sport
 


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