News archive from 1 September 2018, page 9

Chelsea news: Maurizio Sarri gives honest Europa League opinion after yesterday’s draw

Chelsea news: Maurizio Sarri gives honest Europa League opinion after yesterday’s draw

The Blues will face PAOK Salonika, BATE Borisov and MOL Vidi of Hungary in the group stage. Former Napoli boss Sarri and Chelsea are more used to competing in the Champions League. But after last season’s fifth-placed finish under Antonio Conte, the...

Daily Star, 07:08 in Sport
 
Tour of Britain can put Warwickshire on the cycling map

Tour of Britain can put Warwickshire on the cycling map

A TELEVISION presenter believes Warwickshire could become a cycling county after hosting the UK’s most prestigious biking event. Journalist, Rebecca Charlton, will be part of the ITV4 team that will bring the OVO Energy Tour of Britain live to over...

 
UK tax avoiders face being blocked from honours list

UK tax avoiders face being blocked from honours list

Tax avoiders face being shunned for honours such as knighthoods as authorities clamp down on rewarding those with “poor” financial behaviour. HM Revenue and Customs has been alerting the Cabinet Office to individuals involved in controversial tax...

 
The Swedish 15-year-old who's cutting class to fight the climate crisis

The Swedish 15-year-old who's cutting class to fight the climate crisis

Why bother to learn anything in school if politicians won’t pay attention to the facts? This simple realisation prompted Greta Thunberg, 15, to protest in the most effective way she knew. She is on strike, refusing to go to school until Sweden’s...

 
'Nanny state': Bill Shorten pokes fun at Peter Dutton over au pair controversy

'Nanny state': Bill Shorten pokes fun at Peter Dutton over au pair controversy

Bill Shorten turned to mockery on Saturday as he attacked Peter Dutton over the au pair scandal, accusing the home affairs minister of “secretly working towards a nanny state”. In a speech to the Queensland Labor conference, Shorten ridiculed the MP...

 

FARMING MATTERS: Smartphone app aids calf rearing

Technology has changed our lives in many areas - at work, at home, leisure, shopping, banking, the list is endless. Technology has also changed the face of farming, with herd records kept online, satellite navigation aiding fieldwork and special apps...

 

‘This is the birth of the new Sheffield city centre’: How £85m first phase of Heart of the City II...

Anyone would be forgiven for pinching themselves. In the middle of Sheffield, on a spot once occupied by a grey roundabout and a bleak-looking hotel, sits a glitzy building that represents a 20-year dream beginning to come to fruition. “It’s been such...

 

Revealed: The ups and downs of Aston Villa's summer transfer window

Three minutes. That was how much time Aston Villa had left after their summer-long pursuit of Tammy Abraham. A deal was concluded at 4:57pm on Friday as boss Steve Bruce finally got his man. Of course the manager knew it was in the bag earlier in the...

 

‘This is the birth of the new Sheffield city centre’: How £85m first phase of Heart of the City II...

Anyone would be forgiven for pinching themselves. In the middle of Sheffield, on a spot once occupied by a grey roundabout and a bleak-looking hotel, sits a glitzy building that represents a 20-year dream beginning to come to fruition. “It’s been such...

 

'I wanted you all summer' - how Coventry City fans reacted to Conor Chaplin's arrival

Coventry City have finally confirmed the signing of long-term target Conor Chaplin. The striker joins the Sky Blues on an initial loan deal from Portsmouth before the deal is made permanent in January. It is understood that City have agreed a fee of...

 
Chester Northgate Development sees consultants pocket almost £8m

Chester Northgate Development sees consultants pocket almost £8m

Almost £8m of council taxpayers’ money has so far been spent in pursuing the £300m Northgate Development city centre regeneration scheme, latest figures reveal. Chester property expert Tim Kenney told the full council in July most of these consultancy...

 

‘This is the birth of the new Sheffield city centre’: How £85m first phase of Heart of the City II...

Anyone would be forgiven for pinching themselves. In the middle of Sheffield, on a spot once occupied by a grey roundabout and a bleak-looking hotel, sits a glitzy building that represents a 20-year dream beginning to come to fruition. “It’s been such...

 
Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

Antisemitism row 'risks chances of Labour government'

A former defence minister who chairs Labour’s Jewish affiliate has said the party will lose its chance to form the next government unless it deals comprehensively with the antisemitism crisis. In an interview with the Guardian, Ivor Caplin, who was...

 
Easy does it: seven simple new Yotam Ottolenghi recipes

Easy does it: seven simple new Yotam Ottolenghi recipes

One person’s idea of cooking simply is the next person’s culinary nightmare. For me, it’s about being able to stop at my greengrocer on the way home, pick up a couple of things that look good and make something within 20 or 30 minutes of getting in....

 
Elena Ferrante: ‘Solaris is not Tarkovsky’s best film, but it made the greatest impression on me’

Elena Ferrante: ‘Solaris is not Tarkovsky’s best film, but it made the greatest impression on me’

A film that I watch at least once a year is Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris. I’ve loved all of Tarkovsky’s works, even the most difficult. Some I’ve seen in the cinema, others on television. I saw Andrei Rublev at the cinema, and on the big screen it was...

 


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