News archive from 2 July 2018

Great North Dog Walk organiser in line to nation award

A charity champion is celebrating after being nominated for a national award. Tony Carlisle, 61, who has been the organiser of the Great North Dog Walk in South Shields since its formation in 1990, has been nominated for an honour in this year’s...

 
BREAKING: Russian flight from Moscow to Khudzhand declares ‘EMERGENCY’ in mid-air

BREAKING: Russian flight from Moscow to Khudzhand declares ‘EMERGENCY’ in mid-air

The 733 craft with 137 seats made a complete u-turn near the city of Shilovo before heading back. It is unknown what the cause of the “emergency” was. More to follow…

 
Elvis the exotic bird is all shook up over after swallowing a metal screw

Elvis the exotic bird is all shook up over after swallowing a metal screw

An exotic bird who had a screw loose is now back larking about in her zoo after a miracle operation from a vet. Elvis, the South American Red-Legged Seriema, was all shook up after swallowing a metal screw but Edinburgh University’s specialist...

Metro, 00:07 in Hot News
 
How goalkeepers can use an illusion to save penalty kicks

How goalkeepers can use an illusion to save penalty kicks

A sportsperson’s performance on the playing field can alter the way they see things, which in turn can affect their subsequent performance. A football player who scores a goal, for example, will perceive their target as being bigger than it actually...

 
Artificial ovary fertility treatment developed by scientists

Artificial ovary fertility treatment developed by scientists

Scientists have taken early steps towards developing an artificial ovary that could lead to improved fertility preservation treatments. The technique is aimed at helping women at risk of becoming infertile, such as those who receive chemotherapy. The...

BBC, 00:10 in Health
 
Government guarantees EU students' fee and loan rates past Brexit

Government guarantees EU students' fee and loan rates past Brexit

European students applying to universities in England next year – after Britain’s formal exit from the EU – will be eligible for student loans and tuition fees at the same rate as domestic students, the government has announced. Damian Hinds, the...

Guardian, 00:13 in Learning
 

New PR agency 32West launches

32West will offer services in the areas of PR, content marketing, media training and digital strategy. Despite being just four weeks old, it already has major clients on board. The business is led by James Higgins, the former group editor of CN...

 
Cheryl and Liam Payne announce they have split after two-and-a-half years together

Cheryl and Liam Payne announce they have split after two-and-a-half years together

Cheryl and One Direction singer Liam Payne have announced they have split after two-and-a-half years together. The pair took to social media to announce the news that they are going their separate ways. In the posts they both revealed they will share...

 
MSPs back ban on dual roles after NHS Tayside donations scandal

MSPs back ban on dual roles after NHS Tayside donations scandal

Health board members should be banned from being trustees of NHS endowment funds following Tayside’s charity cash scandal, say MSPs. Members of the Dundee-based organisation were exposed in April for suspending their own rules to take £3.6 million of...

 

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Bus services in 'crisis' as councils cut funding, campaigners warn

Bus services in 'crisis' as councils cut funding, campaigners warn

Campaigners have called for the government to act to help dwindling bus services, as a report showed council funding had almost halved since 2010. Budgets to subsidise routes were reduced by another £20m last year and 188 services were cut, according...

 

Police cordon off Liverpool city centre street after incident - latest updates

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Police have cordoned off a city centre street tonight following an incident. Details are limited at this stage but there is police tape in place along...

 

Love Island viewers vow to riot if Dani Dyer and Jack split

Love Island viewers were furious as Dani Dyer was forced to watch her man Jack Fincham reunited with his ex, saying it was "torture" rather than entertainment. Fan favourites Dani and Jack have been coupled up since early in the ITV2 series...

 
High Street job losses near 22,000 in 2018

High Street job losses near 22,000 in 2018

Nearly 22,000 jobs have been hit on the UK's struggling High Streets this year. BBC 5 Live's Wake Up To Money has been tracking shop closures and retail administrations and found that more than 7,000 people have lost their jobs. A further 9,500 roles...

BBC, 00:29 in Business
 
Women face 'glaring' gender pension gap

Women face 'glaring' gender pension gap

Women are facing a "glaring" gender pension gap owing to career breaks to raise children and lower pay, an investment company has said. Young women aged in their late 20s or early 30s faced an 11% smaller pension pot than men by the time...

BBC, 00:29 in Business
 


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