News archive from 13 December 2018, page 113

Reforesting the world: the Australian farmer with 240m trees to his name

Reforesting the world: the Australian farmer with 240m trees to his name

Through the cacophony of the UN’s global climate talks, an Australian farmer is quietly spreading his plan to reforest the world. Over more than 30 years in west Africa, Tony Rinaudo has regenerated more than 6m hectares – an area nearly as large as...

 

Plans for Woodhall Spa commemoration

2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the battle at Arnhem and at Woodhall Spa work has been going on for a fitting memorial to a battle that was deemed ‘a bridge too far’. Three battalions who endeavoured to take the bridge at Arnhem were based and...

 
Brexit 'delusions' risk putting UK into crisis, warns Ivan Rogers

Brexit 'delusions' risk putting UK into crisis, warns Ivan Rogers

Theresa May has been accused of failing to be honest with the public about Brexit by the UK’s former ambassador to the European Union, who warned that “fantasies and delusions on all sides” risk plunging the UK into a democratic crisis. In an...

Guardian, 23:31 in Politics
 

Ex-SPL chief sends unsympathetic tweet about Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths

Former SPL chief executive Roger Mitchell received a backlash on social media after sending out an unsympathetic string of tweets about Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths. READ MORE - Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: Help Leigh Griffiths find happiness...

 
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wanted to sign Julian Brandt instead of Mohamed Salah

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wanted to sign Julian Brandt instead of Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah may be enjoying another stellar season for Liverpool, but manager Jurgen Klopp originally wanted to sign Bayer Leverkusen’s Julian Brandt instead of the Egyptian. Salah netted the only goal in Tuesday’s win over Napoli to secure the...

Metro, 23:43 in Sport
 

Cash boost for county's social care and business rate coffers, but districts feeling the pinch

Lancashire is to receive the joint-largest share of a nationwide grant to ease pressure on social care services. The county council area will be handed almost £15m from a one-off funding pot announced in October’s budget, while Blackpool and Blackburn...

 

Cash boost for county's social care and business rate coffers, but districts feeling the pinch

0 Have your say Lancashire is to receive the joint-largest share of a nationwide grant to ease pressure on social care services. The county council area will be handed almost £15m from a one-off funding pot announced in October’s budget, while...

 


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