News archive from 1 August 2015, page 8

Transfer News: Man Utd triple move, Liverpool done deal, Arsenal confirm signing, Chelsea

Transfer News: Man Utd triple move, Liverpool done deal, Arsenal confirm signing, Chelsea

Manchester United could complete three transfers this week, according to reports. Angel Di Maria will finally end his horror spell at Old Trafford by completing a £45m move to Paris St-Germain, the Daily Mail report. United will then move to activate...

Daily Star, 04:13 in Sport
 

Noel Pearson on Adam Goodes booing: Australia is ‘looking into the abyss’

Indigenous people must believe hope can conquer the “abyss of the past” and that the rest of Australia will move beyond racism, Noel Pearson has said. Pearson, a prominent Indigenous lawyer, was delivering an address at the northeast Arnhem Land Garma...

Guardian, 04:19 in Sport
 
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...

 
MtGox bitcoin chief Mark Karpeles arrested in Japan

MtGox bitcoin chief Mark Karpeles arrested in Japan

Japanese police have arrested the CEO of the collapsed company MtGox, which was once the world's biggest exchange of the virtual currency, bitcoin. Mark Karpeles, 30, is being held in connection with the loss of bitcoins worth $387m (£247m, €351m)...

 

Health Secretary 'peddling myths' over weekend work - BMA chief

A doctors' leader has accused Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt of calling the professionalism of hospital consultants into question after he told them to "get real" about the need for seven-day working. British Medical Association chairman Mark...

 

Wilmer Flores goes from tears to cheers with walk-off home run for Mets

New fan favorite Wilmer Flores hit a walk-off homer in the 12th inning to give the New York Mets a 2-1 victory over the Washington Nationals on Friday night in the opener of a pivotal series between the top teams in the NL East. Two nights after...

Guardian, 04:44 in Sport
 
North East offers cheapest elderly care in the UK

North East offers cheapest elderly care in the UK

The North East offers the UK's cheapest price for a care home, at £24,232 a year on average, according to research. The average cost of a care home in the UK now exceeds £29,000 a year after rising by more than £700 over the past 12 months, according...

 
Pervert was 'thrown off' two buses for performing sex act

Pervert was 'thrown off' two buses for performing sex act

PERVERT Anthony Carr has been jailed after he was spotted carrying out a sex act on himself - on two buses. The convicted sex offender was travelling on a bus between Stone and Newcastle when the first incident happened in June. The 50-year-old,...

 
Litvinenko inquiry: What we know about the case

Litvinenko inquiry: What we know about the case

The public hearings of the inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko are now drawing to a close after months of evidence. It was the most dramatic of murders - what one lawyer called "an act of nuclear terrorism" on the streets of...

BBC, 05:06 in Regional
 
'EDL campaigners are a joke - they have no connection with Lincoln and they come to stir up trouble'

'EDL campaigners are a joke - they have no connection with Lincoln and they come to stir up trouble'

The self-styled 'English Defence League' has visited Lincoln yet again with the intention of causing trouble where there is none, creating disharmony where there is none, and and costing Lincolnshire taxpayers hard-earned cash for policing that we can...

 
Warning for van drivers after Derbyshire vehicle break-ins

Warning for van drivers after Derbyshire vehicle break-ins

Tradesmen in North Derbyshire are being urged to secure their vans following a spate of vehicle break-ins and thefts. The warning for Chesterfield and North-East Derbyshire comes after reports over the last few weeks of works vehicles being targeted...

 
Farmers vow to continue their fight after last night's Tesco protests

Farmers vow to continue their fight after last night's Tesco protests

Hundreds of angry farmers swooped on Tesco supermarkets across North Wales last night in a co-ordinated wave of protests at rock-bottom lamb prices. Convoys of Land Rovers and farm vehicles travelled along the A55 before targeting the retailer’s...

 
North East offers cheapest elderly care in the UK

North East offers cheapest elderly care in the UK

The North East offers the UK's cheapest price for a care home, at £24,232 a year on average, according to research. The average cost of a care home in the UK now exceeds £29,000 a year after rising by more than £700 over the past 12 months, according...

 
Dogs MUST be microchipped ahead of new law – or owners face a fine

Dogs MUST be microchipped ahead of new law – or owners face a fine

Dog owners are being encouraged to get their young pets microchipped ahead of a new law in 2016, or risk a £500 fine. From April 6, 2016 it becomes law in England and Wales that all dogs have to be microchipped by eight weeks old and registered to an...

 

Kick Off 2015: Meet the Burton Albion new boys

JIMMY Floyd Hasselbaink insists it is not part of his philosophy - but most of his Burton Albion signings this summer fit a certain profile. Of the 10 players that have arrived at the Pirelli Stadium, only two of them are over the age of 25. Mark...

Burton Mail, 05:19 in Sport
 


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