News archive from 14 May 2016, page 12

Argentina ex-President Fernandez de Kirchner charged with fraud

Argentina ex-President Fernandez de Kirchner charged with fraud

The former Argentine President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, has been charged with defrauding the state. She is accused of manipulating the Central Bank to sell dollars at an artificially low price in the months before she left office. Federal...

BBC, 04:57 in World News
 
Arsenal set summer transfer budget: Gunners fans prepare to be stunned

Arsenal set summer transfer budget: Gunners fans prepare to be stunned

Author Ravi Lockyer claims Arsene Wenger will likely have to sell players in order to bring new faces to the Emirates. Arsenal were the only club in the Premier League to not make a single outfield signing last summer. Their only deal saw Chelsea...

Daily Star, 04:59 in Sport
 

Lincoln Grand Prix 2016: Everything you need to know

Thousands of cyclists are set to descend on Lincoln this weekend to take part in the 61st Grand Prix - and we've come up with a handy guide to tell you everything you need to know. What races are happening this weekend? Visitors from across the...

 
WATCH: Enraged wife beats and slashes hair off husband’s ‘mistress’ in the street

WATCH: Enraged wife beats and slashes hair off husband’s ‘mistress’ in the street

The clip has gone viral following the horrifyingly vicious attack that left the alleged ‘other woman’ bawling in the street. The disturbing footage - which was captured on a cameraphone in China - follows two women pulling the alleged lover out of her...

 

Region's first classic and sports car showroom to open in Lincolnshire

A newly found passion for the classics has seen a Lincolnshire car dealer open its first showroom specialising in high-quality, historic motors. For the last 10 years, Thompson and Smith has been established on Louth's Fairfield Industrial estate,...

 
Student living in Nottinghamshire found dead in river in Portugal

Student living in Nottinghamshire found dead in river in Portugal

A student who was completing his thesis was found dead in a river in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, an inquest has heard. Russian-born Alexander Utev was living in Beeston but had travelled to Lisbon in August 2014 for the last stage of his PhD in...

 
Breaking news, traffic and weather for Nottingham: Live

Breaking news, traffic and weather for Nottingham: Live

We have a big weekend ahead in Nottinghamshire, so we hope you're ready! First is the historic and fun Nottinghamshire County Fair. Take a look at our guide to the five things you cannot miss when you head to the show. Then there is the Nottingham 10k...

 
Louis van Gaal: Why I have struggled at Man United this season

Louis van Gaal: Why I have struggled at Man United this season

The Red Devils are fifth in the Premier League and can only finish in the top four if they beat Bournemouth and Manchester City lose to Swansea on Sunday. And Van Gaal has accepted even if United do finish fourth that won’t be good enough for him or...

Daily Star, 05:08 in Sport
 
Ruthin's Joe Woolford gearing up for Eurovision Song Contest performance

Ruthin's Joe Woolford gearing up for Eurovision Song Contest performance

Well-wishes have flooded in for Ruthin singer Joe Woolford as he gets set to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest tonight. The 21-year-old has jetted off to Sweden along with singing partner Jake Shakeshaft, in the hope of becoming the...

 
Man United transfer special: Football expert lifts lid on who club want to sign

Man United transfer special: Football expert lifts lid on who club want to sign

And their transfer chase could come up trumps as the Spanish football expert claims Rodriguez wants to leave the Bernabeu. United have also been linked with a move for long-term target Toni Kroos. But Balague is unsure whether Real chiefs will let the...

Daily Star, 05:08 in Sport
 
David Cameron reiterates plan to stop police retiring to evade responsibility

David Cameron reiterates plan to stop police retiring to "evade responsibility"

David Cameron has underscored his Government’s determination, in the wake of the Hillsborough inquest verdicts, that police officers are not able to retire to “evade responsibility”. The Prime Minister defended his Government’s track record on...

 
ECHO readers vote 97% to 3% for parents having right to take kids on holiday in term time

ECHO readers vote 97% to 3% for parents having right to take kids on holiday in term time

ECHO readers came out massively in favour of parents being able to take their children on holiday in school term time. They voted 97% to 3% for mums and dads having the right to take kids out of school for family trips away. The poll results come...

 

Jeremy Corbyn says there 'should be an investigation' into Labour MPs' claims for first class rail

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said there “should be an investigation” after it was revealed two Merseyside MPs had claimed for first class rail travel. It followed the revelation that Knowsley MP George Howarth and Sefton Central’s Bill Esterson were...

 

Artificial intelligence machine called Watson to answer kids’ questions ahead of hospital stays

Young patients at Alder Hey will soon be able to use their smartphones to ask questions about everything from hospital menus to details of their medical care. The West Derby hospital has teamed up with computer giant IBM to use artificial intelligence...

 

Tributes to Charlotte Feve who died just three days after cancer shock

A talented cake decorator died just three days after finding out she had an aggressive form of cancer. Former Hull College lecturer Charlotte Feve, 38, had no idea she was so ill before she was admitted to Hull Royal Infirmary after vomiting blood on...

 


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