News archive from 7 March 2015, page 3

Will Protesters Have To Pay To March?

Will Protesters Have To Pay To March?

Protests are in danger of becoming privatised, campaigners have told Sky News. Thousands of people will gather later to join the Campaign Against Climate Change's march through central London, but its organisers have told Sky News they were shocked to...

 

There's a pattern emerging! Kelly Brook sports multi-print playsuit as she enjoys another day out in...

There were high spirits all round on Friday as Kelly Brook stepped out for a spot of shopping in Beverly Hills on Friday. The TV personality sported a rather striking multi-print playsuit while strolling through West Hollywood before venturing back to...

 

Rita Ora wears all white as she wraps filming for The Voice UK... before heading to dinner in black biker...

As one of the music industry's hottest artists, she has pretty much perfected the art of a quick outfit change whenever she takes to the spotlight. But applying her red carpet antics to real life, wearing one outfit a day simply just wasn't enough for...

 
HEALTH: The first step is always the hardest but running in the wet can be very rewarding

HEALTH: The first step is always the hardest but running in the wet can be very rewarding

As I write this at the desk in my conservatory, the rain is bouncing down so loudly on the plexiglass above my head, that I can barely hear Jeremy Vine. My new running shoes are taunting me from the doorway, looking hopefully through the rain...

 
Stalker told he faces jail after sending photo of effigy he made of ex-girlfriend

Stalker told he faces jail after sending photo of effigy he made of ex-girlfriend

A STALKER who sent his ex-girlfriend a photo of an effigy he made of her has been warned he faces jail. Mark Glass made a mannequin out of pillows, dressed it up in a nurse’s uniform belonging to Zoe Fotheringham and gave it a face that looked like...

 
MPs 'alarmed' at police mugshot database

MPs 'alarmed' at police mugshot database

MPs want stricter regulation of how police use biometric technologies. The Commons Science and Technology Committee said it was "alarmed" that police in England and Wales had collected the mugshots of innocent and guilty people alike. Last...

 
Technology TV programme Click made on mobiles

Technology TV programme Click made on mobiles

We are coming to the end of a very stressful week, filming and editing an episode of Click on mobiles. As in, the programme is about mobiles. We have been to the massive Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. But we are also filming, and editing it,...

 

Did humans occupy Western US earlier than thought? Ancient knife suggests people were hunting in the area...

Archaeologists have uncovered a stone tool in Oregon that suggests humans occupied the western US earlier than thought. The agate tool was uncovered under a thick layer of volcanic ash dating back to the eruption of Mount St Helens 15,800 years ago....

 
UK Soldiers Hurled 'Abuse' At Female Footballers

UK Soldiers Hurled 'Abuse' At Female Footballers

The Defence Ministry is investigating claims British troops shouted sexist abuse at female football players during an England match. Members of the British Army based in Cyprus watched the England women's team beat Australia 3-0 in the Cyprus Cup...

 

U.S. believed security for Seoul ambassador adequate before attack

U.S. ambassador Mark Lippert needed 80 stitches after his face was cut at a forum discussing Korean unification in Seoul on Thursday by an assailant who had made multiple visits to North Korea between 1999 and 2007. [ID:nL4N0W8062} South Korean police...

 

International focus turns to bolstering Ukraine ceasefire

Russia and Ukraine have agreed to double the number of ceasefire monitors from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to 1,000 from 500, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said. EU foreign policy chief Federica...

 
LETTER: ​Brayford plans add to skyline monstrosities

LETTER: ​Brayford plans add to skyline monstrosities

Over the course of the past 50 years, or so, the city of Lincoln, in common with cities through the country, has suffered greatly from the appearance on the skyline of any number of modernist architectural and design monstrosities. (February 26). Had...

 
Tory-Labour Grand Coalition To 'Keep Union'

Tory-Labour Grand Coalition To 'Keep Union'

A coalition pact between the Conservatives and Labour after the election may be the only way to keep the UK together if the Scottish Nationalist Party holds the balance of power at Westminster, a former Tory chairman has suggested. Lord Baker of...

 
Big Firms Will Have To Reveal Gender Pay Gap

Big Firms Will Have To Reveal Gender Pay Gap

Thousands of large companies will be forced to share details of the difference between what they pay their male and female workers. The Government has agreed to implement the Liberal Democrat measure despite years of Tory opposition to it. The move...

 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent delivers transfer message to Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent delivers transfer message to Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool

The Italian - who also represents Mario Balotelli, Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, is confident his client has another eight years left at the top level, but conceded they may not all be with Paris Saint-Germain. Raiola said: "He still has...

Daily Star, 04:48 in Sport
 


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