News archive from 11 February 2018, page 5

Mass grave uncovered in Repton thought to contain bodies of Viking Great Army war dead

Mass grave uncovered in Repton thought to contain bodies of Viking Great Army war dead

Bodies found in a mass grave in Repton are thought to be Viking war dead after a team of archaeologists used a unique dating technique. They have been working at the burial site in the village and believe the bodes are Viking Great Army war dead. The...

 
Manchester United stunner: Mourinho regrets Lukaku move and Kane is considering transfer

Manchester United stunner: Mourinho regrets Lukaku move and Kane is considering transfer

Manchester United signed Lukaku from Everton back in the summer, with the 24-year-old enjoying a fruitful first season by scoring 19 goals from 36 games. However, though he has hit the goal trail, many fans have been left frustrated at the Belgium...

 

Coutinho and Van Dijk among most overpriced deals in January transfer window – CIES study

Coutinho moved from Liverpool to Barcelona for £142million at the start of the January transfer window, ending months of speculation surrounding the Brazilian. However, new research from CIES Football Observatory suggests the Catalan club...

 

Preston winger Tom Barkhuizen happy to see combative display result in Brentford point

Tom Barkhuizen was happy to see a combative Preston performance result in a point at Brentford. REACTION: PNE boss Alex Neil rues 'soft' red card and frustrating decisions at Brentford The winger opened the scoring in the 1-1 draw with his sixth on...

 
World War 3? Iran could unleash ‘HELL’ and ‘DESTROY all US bases’ after airstrike

World War 3? Iran could unleash ‘HELL’ and ‘DESTROY all US bases’ after airstrike

On Saturday, anti-aircraft fire shot down an Israeli warplane returning from a bombing raid on Iran-backed areas of Syria in the most serious confrontations yet between Israel and Iranian-backed forces based across the border. One of at least eight...

 
Vladimir Putin PLEAS with Israel's Netanyahu not go to WAR with Iran as conflict escalates

Vladimir Putin PLEAS with Israel's Netanyahu not go to WAR with Iran as conflict escalates

The news has come after Israel yesterday shot down an Iranian drone which was launched from Syria and has also struck Iranian targets in the region as tensions between the two countries rise. The alleged drone infiltration into Israel’s airspace led...

 

Israel warns Iran after launching major raids in Syria

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says his country will defend itself "against any attack" after it carried out what have been called its largest strikes against sites in Syria in decades. "This is both our right and our duty and we will...

BBC, 06:10 in World News
 

10 common plants and flowers that are dangerous to pets

The nation’s pet owners are being warned about the hidden dangers of common plants and flowers that may deal fatal blows to furry companions. The garden experts at BillyOh.com have warned that whilst flowers such as lilies, tulips and azaleas may look...

 

The weirdest job interview ever? Apply now to be a Thorpe Park Walking Dead ‘scarer’

Interviews are already under way for an unusual ‘meet-and-greet’ position – as a zombie scarer at Thorpe Park. After a more conventional face-to-face interview, applicants donned creepy head-to-toe zombie costumes, before undergoing a one-hour session...

 

Argos launch knock-off Princess Eugenie engagement ring at fraction of the cost

If your other half dreams of a wedding fit for a princess then the latest addition to the Argos catalogue looks set to make any budget conscious bride-to-be say yes. The Revere 18ct Rose Gold Plated Silver Morganite Colour CZ Ring from Argos has taken...

 

Duchess thanks lights team

The Duchess of Northumberland recognised the efforts of the Alnwick Christmas Lights Committee at a recent reception at Alnwick Castle. As well as the hard-working team of volunteers, attendees included sponsors and supporters of the lights, including...

 

Shoppers support SHAK

Kind-hearted shoppers helped to raise thousands of pounds to support Alnwick-based dog sanctuary SHAK. Charity founder Stephen Wylie said: “I’d like to say a huge thank you to the staff and customers of Pets at Home Cramlington for their amazing...

 

Sleepout raises £14,000

Hardy fund-raisers who braved freezing conditions to spend a night sleeping rough at The Alnwick Garden raised more than £14,000 for various charities, it was revealed this week. The good causes to benefit include The Salvation Army, Alnwick District...

 

10 common plants and flowers that are dangerous to pets

The nation’s pet owners are being warned about the hidden dangers of common plants and flowers that may deal fatal blows to furry companions. The garden experts at BillyOh.com have warned that whilst flowers such as lilies, tulips and azaleas may look...

 

The weirdest job interview ever? Apply now to be a Thorpe Park Walking Dead ‘scarer’

Interviews are already under way for an unusual ‘meet-and-greet’ position – as a zombie scarer at Thorpe Park. After a more conventional face-to-face interview, applicants donned creepy head-to-toe zombie costumes, before undergoing a one-hour session...

 


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