News archive from 8 June 2015, page 12

Win a VIP Day Out at Splendour!

Win a VIP Day Out at Splendour!

The Nottingham Post have teamed up with Splendour to offer our readers the chance to win VIP treatment. Get the VIP treatment at Splendour this year. We have a pair of tickets for the festival headlined by The Specials, James and Bananarama at...

 

Cameron urges MPs' pay rise u-turn

It is not too late for the body which sets MPs' pay to back down on an inflation-busting 10% hike it is planning for their salaries, Prime Minister David Cameron has said. Ministers have repeatedly urged the Independent Parliamentary Standards...

 

French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on June 8

SAINT GOBAIN Buyout firm Apollo Global Management has won the bidding for Saint-Gobain's Verallia glass bottle making unit, a source familiar with the situation said. Le Figaro newspaper earlier said the deal had been sealed with a 2.95 billion euro...

 

Antrim: Man dies and woman is critical following M2 crash

A man has died and a woman is critically ill following a car crash on Sunday. It happened on the M2 at Antrim close to the on-slip road at Dunsilly roundabout at about 17:45 BST. The man who died was the driver of a car. Both people were taken to...

BBC, 06:08 in Regional
 
TV Preview: How To Be Bohemian With Victoria Coren Mitchell - BBC4, 9pm

TV Preview: How To Be Bohemian With Victoria Coren Mitchell - BBC4, 9pm

How To Be Bohemian With Victoria Coren Mitchell - BBC4, 9pm POET Dante Gabriel Rossetti cultivated his image as an oddball, keeping a menagerie including a much-loved wombat. Artist Aubrey Beardsley, meanwhile, produced explicit drawings which...

 

From the archive, 8 June 1942: Editorial: German home front

All available evidence from inside Germany points to two paramount preoccupations at the present time - the larder and the wardrobe. The food in this country is incomparably better than the food in Germany has been since last winter, our clothes are...

 

Narcissism and terrorism: how the personality disorder leads to deadly violence

When Man Haron Monis, self-styled Islamic cleric, took 18 hostages in the Lindt cafe in Sydney, he declared himself to be a jihadist on behalf of Islamic State. Reports of the siege immediately went global. But, in fact, Monis had no connection to the...

 
TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd deal CLOSE, Chelsea DOUBLE raid, Lovren’s Liverpool EXIT, Arsenal

TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd deal CLOSE, Chelsea DOUBLE raid, Lovren’s Liverpool EXIT, Arsenal

Manchester United have been given a boost in their pursuit of Ilkay Gundogan with Barcelona shocked by his wage demands, Turkish outlet DHA say. Camp Nou officials were reported to have flown to Ibiza this week to try and seal a deal for the Borussia...

Daily Star, 06:10 in Sport
 
Chelsea Transfer News: DOUBLE Real Madrid raid, FIVE strikers wanted, Man Utd flop target

Chelsea Transfer News: DOUBLE Real Madrid raid, FIVE strikers wanted, Man Utd flop target

New Real Madrid boss Rafael Benitez is plotting a double raid on Chelsea. The Telegraph claim the former Blues manager wants to sign Diego Costa and Eden Hazard. Costa previously played for Madrid's city rivals Atletico and was recently forced to deny...

Daily Star, 06:10 in Sport
 

Top 10 affordable family summer holidays in Europe

Apartments in Tuscany, Italy It’s rare to come across good-value family accommodation in Tuscany in peak season, so Fattoria Santa Vittoria is quite a find. The 18th-century, ivy-clad farmhouse is split into five apartments so your children are likely...

Guardian, 06:13 in Travel
 
The special cot which could help bereaved parents.

The special cot which could help bereaved parents.

After her own son lived for just 19 minutes, Carrie Curtis tells Sarah Freeman why she wants to help others When Carrie Curtis gave birth to her son Charlie she was already prepared for the worst. At 18 weeks, doctors had told the 20-year-old, from...

 
Bubble trouble football fun

Bubble trouble football fun

"A lot of bumping, bouncing, rolling and laughing' is promised at a bizarre take on the World Cup this summer. The Bubble World Cup 2015 will see players ‘wearing’ inflatable bubbles as they aim to show off their ball skills – with hilarious...

 
Llanberis swimming deaths investigation continues

Llanberis swimming deaths investigation continues

Investigations into how two men died while swimming near a waterfall in north Wales continue on Monday. A 33-year-old and a 21-year-old were found dead on Sunday after getting into difficulty while swimming in Llanberis, Gwynedd. Two others, aged 27...

BBC, 06:20 in Regional
 
Alton Towers: Theme park will reopen today but some rides will remain shut

Alton Towers: Theme park will reopen today but some rides will remain shut

ALTON Towers was due to reopen today for the first time since the crash on one of its rollercoasters. The attraction had been closed since the crash on the Smiler ride last Tuesday while investigations into the incident took place. The gates will open...

 

Turkey may face fresh poll as Recep Tayyip Erdogan is snubbed by voters

Turkey could face new elections in the coming weeks after voters delivered a snub to president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s plans to expand his grip on power. Erdogan’s Justice and Development party (AKP) won the biggest portion of the vote in the...

 


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