News archive from 14 May 2016, page 18

Gavin Berry: Appointing lifelong Arab Ray McKinnon should have Dundee United celebrating ... instead it's civil war at Tannadice

Gavin Berry: Appointing lifelong Arab Ray McKinnon should have Dundee United celebrating ... instead it's...

A WIND of change is ready to blow through Tannadice with the arrival of Ray McKinnon on Monday. But the return of the former midfielder to his boyhood heroes has been lost amid yet another stormy week on Tayside. Securing the highly-rated McKinnon – a...

 
Panama airport places $575 million bond after probe hits issue

Panama airport places $575 million bond after probe hits issue

PANAMA CITY Panama City's main airport said on Friday it had successfully placed a $575 million bond (400 million bond) after a company forming a major source of income for the hub became embroiled in a money-laundering probe, prompting the issue to...

Reuters, 06:21 in Business
 

Jeremy Corbyn to blame Conservatives for British problems in EU Remain campaign

Jeremy Corbyn is to mount a scathing attack on the Conservatives as he tries to rally support among Labour voters to stay in the European Union. As the battle for votes in the June 23 referendum hots up, both Mr Corbyn and David Cameron will be out on...

 
Casualties cut free after car, minibus and lorry crash in Gainsborough

Casualties cut free after car, minibus and lorry crash in Gainsborough

0 Have your say Casualties had to be cut free from their vehicles after a collision between a car, a minibus and lorry in Gainsborough. Emergency services were called to Thorndike Way after reports of the collision after 3pm on Thursday, May 12. The...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 

Property Insider: Fancy owning your own estate in Denbighshire?

If you've ever fancied owning your very own estate surrounded by acres and acres of woodland, then Gelli Gynan may just be the place for you. You'll need to have saved your pennies though as it's on the market for £3m. The well known estate at...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

0 Have your say An MP has slammed high street giant Matalan for selling a young girl’s bra which says is “too sexualised” for children. Sarah Champion, Shadow Minister for Preventing Abuse and Domestic Violence, says the £4 item of underwear, which is...

 
South Shields dog bite victim racially abused doctor and spat at him as he treated her injuries

South Shields dog bite victim racially abused doctor and spat at him as he treated her injuries

0 Have your say A drug-fuelled dog bite victim hurled vile racist abuse at a doctor - before spitting in his face as he continued to try to treat her injuries. Claire McCluskey was high on Ecstacy and frothing at the mouth when she launched the...

 
Jarrow man in court accused of race-fuelled hammer attack at Metro station

Jarrow man in court accused of race-fuelled hammer attack at Metro station

0 Have your say A man accused of launching a racially-motivated attack while armed with a hammer and hockey stick at a South Tyneside Metro station has appeared in court. Robert Taylor is alleged to have assaulted Rahman Choudray with both weapons at...

 
Businessman Dominic Chappell 'blames pensions regulator for BHS failure'

Businessman Dominic Chappell 'blames pensions regulator for BHS failure'

Dominic Chappell told BBC's Newsnight a probe launched into his £1 purchase of the retailer in 2015 had impacted his efforts to secure competitive loans to fund his plans to bring BHS back to health. The programme also revealed claims that, several...

 
MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

0 Have your say An MP has slammed high street giant Matalan for selling a young girl’s bra which says is “too sexualised” for children. Sarah Champion, Shadow Minister for Preventing Abuse and Domestic Violence, says the £4 item of underwear, which is...

 
Warning over online banking fraud attacks

Warning over online banking fraud attacks

0 Have your say Almost half of computer ‘infections’ are caused by banking malware, a study has found. Banking malware is a kind of software used by cyber criminals to target online bank accounts and allows them to obtain personal and financial...

 
Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

0 Have your say Regular use of an over-the-counter heartburn medication taken by millions of people can speed up the ageing of blood vessels, according to new research. Heartburn, also known by its medical name of reflux, occurs when stomach acid...

 
Console Corner: Uncharted 4 review

Console Corner: Uncharted 4 review

0 Have your say A truly fitting Thief’s End. And the 2016 Game of the Year is... Naughty Dog have brought the curtain down on the stellar Uncharted franchise in stunning style with the fourth iteration ‘A Thief’s End’. Thief’s End puts you three years...

 


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