News archive from 4 July 2018, page 19

Crash damages bollard on Sheffield road

A road traffic collision left a bollard damaged on a road in Sheffield this morning. The incident happened on Manor Way in the Park Hill area of the city. READ MORE: WEATHER: Sheffield's heatwave set to continue READ MORE: Fire fighters spent over 12...

 

Driver passes away after crash near Bruntingthorpe

A man has died in a three vehicle collision near Bruntingthorpe on Tuesday. Police are appealing for witnesses following the incident on Bruntingthorpe Road involving a car transporter, a BMW and a Ford Fiesta. The driver of the BMW was pronounced...

 
China prepares to impose tariffs on $34bn of US goods – business live

China prepares to impose tariffs on $34bn of US goods – business live

Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. The trade dispute between the US and China is heating up. Beiijng is preparing to impose tariffs on over $30bn of American...

Guardian, 08:22 in Business
 

Has South Staffs Water issued a hosepipe ban? This is the latest

A hosepipe ban has come into effect across parts of Ireland - but South Staffs Water has not issued one yet. The company confirmed: "South Staffs Water does not currently restrict the use of hosepipes. "If your property is metered you should...

 

Alesha MacPhail: Murder investigation launched after 6-year-old found dead in wood

Police investigating the death of a six-year-old girl on holiday on a Scottish island have launched a murder inquiry. Alesha MacPhail was reported missing on Monday morning while staying with relatives in Rothesay on the Isle of Bute. Her body was...

 

Is VAR being introduced in the Premier League for 2018-19 season?

Video Assistant Referee technology will be given another 12 months to improve before being used in the Premier League after clubs voted not to bring it in next season. The decision was made at a Premier League shareholders’ meeting in London in April,...

 

Cadbury, Chewits and Squashies adverts banned - and this is why

Adverts for Cadbury eggs and Chewits and Squashies sweets have been banned for breaking new rules prohibiting the advertising of junk food to children. The rulings by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) are the first to result from a ban on...

 

Cumbria heatwave set to continue for at least a month

Record temperatures are set to continue for at least a month, forecasters said. The Met Office said Cumbria will be able to bask in the sun until at least August and enjoy the benefits to tourism and local businesses. Nigel Wilkinson, the managing...

 
A595 crash causes delays

A595 crash causes delays

Motorists on the A595 after facing delays this morning. Emergency services were called to the crash near Barras Brow, close to Thursby, at about 6.50am. There are some minor delays as the carriageway is partially blocked. More to follow

 
Liverpool News: Fekir transfer still on, bid made for Croatia star, Henderson joy

Liverpool News: Fekir transfer still on, bid made for Croatia star, Henderson joy

Related videos Liverpool takes a look at Mo Salah’s first year with the squad Liverpool FC reveals Mohamed Salah’s highlights of the past year with the squad, including match footage, meeting his fans and his unique relationship with Dejan Lovren....

Daily Star, 08:23 in Sport
 
Arsenal transfer news: Gunners to move for highly-rated PSG striker - Spanish media

Arsenal transfer news: Gunners to move for highly-rated PSG striker - Spanish media

New Gunners boss Unai Emery has been active in the transfer market since taking over from Arsene Wenger. He has signed a goalkeeper in Bernd Leno as well as two defenders in Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner. Uruguay infielder Lucas...

Daily Star, 08:23 in Sport
 
Chelsea slap massive price-tag on flop: Midfield replacement already eyed for transfer

Chelsea slap massive price-tag on flop: Midfield replacement already eyed for transfer

The 28-year-old has had a frustrating first year at the Blues and it is now likely that he will leave. He signed for £35m on deadline day last summer but has made just five Premier League starts. With Antonio Conte on the verge of the sack, the...

Daily Star, 08:23 in Sport
 

Former Preston loanee Jordan Pickford is England's penalty hero after Colombia shoot-out win

0 Have your say Former Preston North End loanee Jordan Pickford was England's penalty hero as they finally won a World Cup shoot-out. READ MORE: England reach World Cup quarter-finals with penalty shoot-out win over Colombia The Three Lions reached...

 
Two in critical condition after 'exposure to unknown substance' near scene of Salisbury spy poisoning

Two in critical condition after 'exposure to unknown substance' near scene of Salisbury spy poisoning

A major incident has been declared in Wiltshire after two people were reportedly exposed to an unknown substance in Amesbury. The man and woman, both in their 40s, are in a critical condition at Salisbury District Hospital , Wiltshire Police said. A...

 

Teens slammed for 'extremely dangerous' tram-surfing stunt after being captured in shocking footage

Teens who tram-surfed in Manchester have been slammed for 'putting people's lives at risk'. The teens were spotted near Victoria station and were filmed as they grabbed onto the front of the moving carriage. The man who filmed the shocking footage...

 


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