News archive from 4 July 2017, page 8

Guerrilla artists beautify Melbourne's security bollards

Guerrilla artists in Melbourne are splashing colour over concrete blocks set up around the city's central business district last month to stop militant attacks with vehicles. "It's good to see Melbourne style hitting the bollards," said...

 

Manchester United’s most expensive XI of all time: Which megastars make the line-up?

Manchester United’s most expensive XI of all time   WHICH players have Manchester United spent the most money on over the years? 1 / 12 GETTY GK: David De Gea - £18.9m “Goalkeeper David De Gea is the only Manchester United signing in this team that...

Daily Star, 05:09 in Sport
 
China sets new framework for 'sharing economy' policy

China sets new framework for 'sharing economy' policy

China's economic planner has set new guidelines for authorities on how to set policy for the country's booming "sharing economy," in an effort to remove barriers and better regulate an industry deemed an important new driver of economic...

Reuters, 05:12 in Business
 
Man Utd contact Inter Milan over Ivan Perisic move: Improved offer to be made - Di Marzio

Man Utd contact Inter Milan over Ivan Perisic move: Improved offer to be made - Di Marzio

Perisic, 28, has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer as Jose Mourinho looks to bolster his ranks ahead of next season.  The Croatia international is apparently a huge admirer of Mourinho and is already expecting to join the...

 
Britain's Got Talent finalist Beau Dermott lands major album deal

Britain's Got Talent finalist Beau Dermott lands major album deal

A Chester schoolgirl whose singing voice wowed judges on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent last year has signed a major album deal - at the tender age of 13. Former Hammond School pupil Beau Dermott blew everyone away with her unique rendition of Defying...

 
REVEALED: The self-proclaimed ‘butcher of ISIS’ who has revenge beheaded 50 JIHADIS

REVEALED: The self-proclaimed ‘butcher of ISIS’ who has revenge beheaded 50 JIHADIS

The ISIS slayer, who posts pictures of himself carrying the severed heads of vile jihadis on Facebook, claims to have beheaded scores of the twisted terrorists and killed at least 130. Footage of Falah Aziz on the battlefield shows a man shouting,...

 
Manchester attack: Father pays tribute to Saffie Roussos

Manchester attack: Father pays tribute to Saffie Roussos

The father of Manchester terror attack victim Saffie Roussos has paid tribute to his "stunning" daughter. Andrew Roussos told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme Saffie was a "huge character", on what would have been her ninth...

BBC, 05:16 in Regional
 

Man City news and transfer rumours LIVE Benjamin Mendy updates and Alexis Sanchez latest

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now The summer break is coming to an end and the Manchester City players are enjoying the last few days of holiday before the return to training. But who will...

 

Manchester United news and transfer rumours LIVE Ivan Perisic and Alvaro Morata updates

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now It's months since the season ended but it's still the same familiar names that are being linked with a move to Manchester United. As it stands Victor...

 
Syrian forces breach Raqqa's Old Wall in IS fight - US

Syrian forces breach Raqqa's Old Wall in IS fight - US

US-backed Syrian forces have breached the wall at Raqqa's Old City as they try to retake the city from so-called Islamic State, the US military says. It says the coalition helped the advance of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) by firing on two...

BBC, 05:17 in World News
 

Home Secretary defends Northumbria Police funding as stations close at night

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has defended funding for Northumbria Police, after the force announced it was closing police stations to the public after 8pm. Newcastle MP Chi Onwurah asked her to explain why the police service was being forced to save...

 

New Holystone retail park with Aldi and drive-thru Costa could create up to 180 jobs

More than 180 jobs could be coming to North Tyneside under plans to develop a new retail hub near the A19 Holystone roundabout. Northumberland Estates have put together a scheme to develop land to the west of the Toby Carvery restaurant, just off the...

 
Make sure you stump up a nomination for your favourite tree in the Tree of the Year competition

Make sure you stump up a nomination for your favourite tree in the Tree of the Year competition

People from across Burton, Uttoxeter, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire are being called to stump up their nominations for the "Tree of the Year" contest. No matter what your reasoning is for your favourite, be it colour shape...

 
Joe Hart waiting on Man Utd and Chelsea before making decision

Joe Hart waiting on Man Utd and Chelsea before making decision

The England international is set to leave the Etihad this summer, having been replaced by Pep Guardiola. Ederson's arrival from Benfica and the signing of Claudio Bravo last summer means Hart has no future at City. Few viable options are on the table...

 

Exclusive: Nile Wilson and a giant leap of faith by Olympic gymnast

INJURY is helping to inspire Olympic medal winning gymnast Nile Wilson as he looks to utilise social media to transform his sport’s popularity. Tom Richmond reports. GYMNASTICS made Nile Wilson. The clumsy child who used to fall over his own shadow is...

 


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