News archive from 12 August 2017, page 2

Neil Lennon tells Hibernian players to keep their composure as they aim to beat Rangers at Ibrox

Neil Lennon has told his Hibs players to stay cool in the white heat of Ibrox on Saturday afternoon — and turn the sound and fury of home fans against Rangers. The clubs meet for the first time since the 2016 Scottish Cup Final, a dramatic...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 
Goodwood racing worst dressed: Shock as racegoer flashes entire bottom AND a cheeky tattoo

Goodwood racing worst dressed: Shock as racegoer flashes entire bottom AND a cheeky tattoo

The lady, wearing a blue lace dress, hoiked up her skirts to show off her knickers to the crowd. Her sheer underwear revealed every inch of flesh - and was so high cut it even showed passers-by a small tattoo of a strawberry on her buttocks. Her hand...

 
Pippa Middleton leaves husband James at home for solo trip 12 weeks after lavish wedding

Pippa Middleton leaves husband James at home for solo trip 12 weeks after lavish wedding

Pippa, 33, wore a chic monochrome look as she made the most of the summer weather in the UK. With her brunette hair blowing in the breeze, Pippa rode through London on her bike before parking up and taking a stroll. Pippa wore plain black trousers and...

 
Bright make-up products from Maybelline, Clinique and Urban Decay

Bright make-up products from Maybelline, Clinique and Urban Decay

Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette £39.50, urbandecay.co.uk Possibly the most anticipated make-up product of the year, Urban Decay has done it again with another knockout palette. From warm peach to deep, matte red and everything in between,...

 
The Saturdays singer Una Healy: I do like to eat healthy foods

The Saturdays singer Una Healy: I do like to eat healthy foods

Which beauty products do you swear by? I’m a fan of Nivea Q10 Plus Anti-Wrinkle Cream. It’s rich, but not greasy and doesn’t flare up my sometimes sensitive skin. It’s also affordable and has a built-in SPF. Crème de la Mer Eye Balm Intense, for the...

 

Peru orders expulsion of Venezuela ambassador

Peru has ordered the expulsion of the Venezuelan ambassador from Lima after Caracas sent an "unacceptable" response to regional condemnation of its new constituent assembly. The ambassador, Diego Molero, has five days to leave Peru,...

BBC, 00:34 in World News
 

Brighton chairman Tony Bloom gambling to keep them in the Premier League: 'Some people could say I am...

Brighton chairman Tony Bloom is a man of many guises: football club and race horse owner, poker player, professional gambler. The high-rolling entrepreneur is notoriously private, so much so he barely gives an interview, sanctioning them scarcely to...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Stoke City defender Bruno Martins Indi aiming high after completing £7.25m move: 'We can achieve special...

Bruno Martins Indi is ready to put protracted negotiations behind him and achieve 'special things' with Stoke after finally signing a permanent deal with the club. The 25-year-old Holland international, who spent last season on loan with the Potters...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 
Magazines: How print is surviving the digital age

Magazines: How print is surviving the digital age

Print sales have been declining for several years as readers find their content online - but now, something unusual is happening. When was the last time you bought a magazine? The answer is likely to depend on whether you prefer reading about Theresa...

BBC, 00:44 in Art & Culture
 
'I've come to rescue you': My grandfather at Dunkirk

'I've come to rescue you': My grandfather at Dunkirk

I went to see the film Dunkirk because of my grandfather, Guy Farrer. He was one of the volunteers who went over to rescue British and French troops from the beaches. He didn't talk about it much but he wrote an account of his experiences. This is his...

BBC, 00:44 in Art & Culture
 

Rangers defender Bruno Alves says his tough tackling style is a family tradition: 'My father was one of the...

During his formative years in the Porto youth team, Bruno Alves was taking lessons in the art of defending from Jorge Costa, an absolute brute of a centre-half whose unerring ability to maim an opposition striker saw him acquire the nicknames of ‘The...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport
 

From Harley Davidsons to human feet, the 9 strangest things to be washed ashore

Rather than their usual views of the North Sea, residents of the coastal towns of Winterton and Sea Palling in Norfolk awoke this morning to the sight of two giant plastic pipes. The pipes - both nearly eight feet in diameter and the longer of them...

The Week, 00:51 in Auto
 

The amazing moment the sun stamps out its own eruption: NASA footage captures magnetic forces as they shred...

Spectacular footage of what first appeared to be a solar eruption, but then turned out to be something else, has given scientists insight into the sun's magnetic landscape. On September 30, 2014, a suite of NASA instruments spotted what appeared to be...

 

Tiny jumping spiders hunt frogs and lizards up to THREE times their own size

With a body measuring just one inch long, the regal jumping spider might not seem like much of a threat. But, researchers have discovered that these tiny creatures can take down frogs and lizards up to three times their own size, allowing them to...

 

'Apple deserves to go under for this!' Twitter reacts with OUTRAGE over rumor that there won't be a rose...

There is no shortage of people desperate to know what the next iPhone will look like, almost as soon as the latest model has been released.  But it seems that iPhone fans need to be careful what they wish for, after the latest sneak peek at an alleged...

 


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