News archive from 4 July 2016, page 10

Sneak preview as National Museum of Scotland opens ten new galleries

On the top floor of the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, a makeshift installation depot is a hive of activity. Adjacent to the lofty Grand Gallery, in 2018 it will house the museum’s Ancient Egypt and East Asian collections. Today, behind the...

 
Tottenham new boy Victor Wanyama: Why I can’t wait to link up with Toby Alderweireld again

Tottenham new boy Victor Wanyama: Why I can’t wait to link up with Toby Alderweireld again

Wanyama completed an £11million switch to Tottenham last month to become the club’s first summer signing. The Kenyan midfielder played with Alderweireld at Southampton two years ago when the Belgian defender was on loan from Atletico Madrid. And...

 
Leicester signing Nampalys Mendy: Why I chose to sign for the champions

Leicester signing Nampalys Mendy: Why I chose to sign for the champions

The 24-year-old helped Nice secure a fourth-place finish in Ligue 1 last season and becomes the Foxes’ third signing of the summer for an undisclosed fee. The Premier League champions have already brought in Ron-Robert Zieler and Luis Hernandez and...

Daily Star, 04:16 in Sport
 
Brexit: Boris Johnson calls for Leave positives

Brexit: Boris Johnson calls for Leave positives

Boris Johnson has accused the government of failing to explain how the vote to leave the EU can be made to work in the UK's interests. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, he said this could not wait until there was a new prime minister in September. He...

BBC, 04:29 in Regional
 

Ranking Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham signings: Where do Fazio, Alli and Dier place?

Tottenham looked unbeatable at one point last season before their title challenge fell away towards the end of the campaign. Despite the disappointment, the north London side has plenty of potential and the club will be hoping to push on next year....

Daily Star, 04:30 in Sport
 
Ahead of key court ruling, Beijing in propaganda overdrive

Ahead of key court ruling, Beijing in propaganda overdrive

HONG KONG/LONDON As an international tribunal prepares to rule on Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea, officials in Washington, Tokyo and Southeast Asia are on tenterhooks. Yet, in the words of one senior Chinese official, Beijing does...

 
Police appeal for help to find missing teen

Police appeal for help to find missing teen

0 Have your say Police are appealing for help to locate a missing teenager from Newcastle. Jordan Hawthorn, 15, was last seen at an address on Airey Terrace in Walker at around 1.20am on June 17. Jordan is white, around 5ft 9ins tall, of slim build...

 

Bomber killed, two police wounded in blast outside U.S. consulate in Jeddah

RIYADH A suicide bomber was killed and two other people wounded in a blast outside the U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia's second city of Jeddah early on Monday, state TV said, the first bombing in years to attempt to target foreigners in the kingdom....

 

People-smuggling prosecutions rise by more than 50%

The number of people prosecuted for smuggling illegal immigrants into Britain in their vehicles has soared by more than 50% in a year, according to new figures. Home Office statistics show that 88 people were prosecuted for sneaking stowaways into the...

 

People-smuggling prosecutions rise by more than 50%

The number of people prosecuted for smuggling illegal immigrants into Britain in their vehicles has soared by more than 50% in a year, according to new figures. Home Office statistics show that 88 people were prosecuted for sneaking stowaways into the...

 
LETTER: Campaign to slow down traffic on Lightwood Road

LETTER: Campaign to slow down traffic on Lightwood Road

0 Have your say Another cat killed - Monday, June 20, by speeding driver who did not stop. This is now beyond a joke. How long before it’s a person? Please support my campaign to slow down the traffic. We are all fed up with this situation, we need to...

 
World-famous Derbyshire town is one of UK’s ‘best-kept secrets’ – apparently

World-famous Derbyshire town is one of UK’s ‘best-kept secrets’ – apparently

0 Have your say A Derbyshire town which is world-famous for producing a delicious delicacy is apparently one of the UK’s ‘best-kept secrets’. Bakewell has come third in a poll by coach company National Express to uncover the nation’s ‘hidden gems’ and...

 

People-smuggling prosecutions rise by more than 50%

The number of people prosecuted for smuggling illegal immigrants into Britain in their vehicles has soared by more than 50% in a year, according to new figures. Home Office statistics show that 88 people were prosecuted for sneaking stowaways into the...

 
Birmingham City youngsters set to follow in the footsteps of the first-team

Birmingham City youngsters set to follow in the footsteps of the first-team

Birmingham City's next generation will follow in the first-team's footsteps by carrying out a gruelling training camp ahead of the new season. While Gary Rowett and his squad head to Marbella for a third time in the space of a year, Richard Beale will...

 
#SCRAM: Dozens of bikes seized, arrests made and thugs jailed so far in scrambler crackdown

#SCRAM: Dozens of bikes seized, arrests made and thugs jailed so far in scrambler crackdown

Around 60 scrambler bikes have been seized and nearly 40 people arrested as part of a massive crackdown on reckless riders frustrating communities around Merseyside and the surrounding areas. Police operations in Merseyside, Cheshire and West Lancs...

 


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