News archive from 4 July 2018, page 122

Scots vaping firm invests six-figure sum

A Leith-based designer of vaping products and e-cigarettes has invested more than £250,000 this year on boosting its product line-up. The latest additions have been designed in-house by JAC Vapour’s research and development team, led by founding...

Scotsman, 22:54 in Business
 

Flying ants spark Wimbledon chaos - what you need to know about them

A swarm of flying ants on their mating ritual flight descended on Wimbledon causing disruption on and off court. The wing-creatures appeared late in the afternoon and were soon seen across the majority of courts, and bugging spectators on Henman...

 
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini explains plans to Jack Wilshere and hopes to wrap up deal

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini explains plans to Jack Wilshere and hopes to wrap up deal

The now former Arsenal midfielder is available on a free transfer. Wilshere’s contract at the Emirates expired at the end of June and he is weighing up his options. Crystal Palace, Wolves and Everton have been linked with interest.  But it appears...

Daily Star, 22:59 in Sport
 
Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti suggests run against Trump in 2020

Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti suggests run against Trump in 2020

Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents pornographic actor Stormy Daniels in her ongoing legal dispute with Donald Trump, said in a tweet Wednesday that he would consider running against the president in the 2020 election. “IF (big) he seeks...

 
Cat seriously burnt after ‘collar melted into its neck’

Cat seriously burnt after ‘collar melted into its neck’

A cat was left with serious burns after the intense heatwave allegedly melted its collar into its neck. Megatron the six-year-old cat was wearing her new £3.19 reflective collar when it fused to its fur as soaring temperatures baked Britain. The red...

Metro, 23:11 in Hot News
 

Tilney hails Scottish contribution to record year

Wealth management and investment group Tilney is eyeing “acquisition opportunities” after hailing a record year and a solid contribution from its Scottish operations. The group said its underlying earnings had doubled in the last year to £86.6 million...

Scotsman, 23:28 in Business
 

Exasperated Love Island fans call for Alex to finally get dumped

Love Island viewers are losing patience with Dr Alex George as he appeared to make a hash of another budding romance. The A&E doctor has struggled to find love in the ITV2 villa, but things were looking up with the arrival of newcomer Grace...

 
Aisle keep the receipt: We reveal the weirdest wedding gifts people have received (and how to avoid making the same mistake!)

Aisle keep the receipt: We reveal the weirdest wedding gifts people have received (and how to avoid making...

No one wants to be labelled a mercenary Mary – especially after they have shelled out a few tens of thousands of pounds feeding and watering guests on their wedding day. But the notion of a bad wedding gift can still rankle – you are inviting your...

Metro, 23:33 in Lifestyle
 

Boy, 14, taken to hospital after being injured during robbery

A teenage boy was injured this evening after a robbery in Dingle. The 14-year-old was taken to hospital for an injury to his wrist after a disturbance on the corner of Mill Street and Harlow Street . Police were called at around 5.55pm and the victim...

 
Gonzalo Higuain’s agent denies that Chelsea have deal in place to sign striker

Gonzalo Higuain’s agent denies that Chelsea have deal in place to sign striker

Gonzalo Higuain’s agent has rubbished speculation that the striker is set to join Chelsea. The 30-year-old has scored 55 goals in 105 appearances for Juventus since joining the club back in 2016 but is being heavily linked with a move to Stamford...

Metro, 23:36 in Sport
 
Former detainees call for inquiry into UK role in torture and jailing

Former detainees call for inquiry into UK role in torture and jailing

A judicial inquiry must be launched into the extent of British involvement in kidnapping, false imprisonment and torture by the US during the “war on terror”, a group of former detainees says. In a letter to the Guardian nine former British nationals...

 
Jaguar Land Rover's £80bn UK investment plan at risk after hard Brexit

Jaguar Land Rover's £80bn UK investment plan at risk after hard Brexit

Britain’s biggest vehicle manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover, has warned it may have to rethink billions of pounds of UK investment, while its 40,000 British employees would face an uncertain future, if the UK leaves the EU single market. The company...

Guardian, 23:50 in Business
 


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