News archive from 14 September 2017, page 9

Residents wanted to 'throw a party' when bins were finally collected after 'EIGHT weeks'

People living in Kensington said they felt like “having a party” after their bins were finally emptied after allegedly being left full for EIGHT weeks. Residents of Halsbury Road and Romer Road said that their purple bins were continually left...

 

Do you know enough Liverpool FC facts to be a stadium tour guide at Anfield?

Liverpool FC is launching a new interactive stadium tour taking fans behind the scenes at Anfield - but have you got what it takes to be a tour guide at your club? Tour guides recruited to represent Liverpool FC needed to display an exacting knowledge...

 

Many kids think red squirrels are no more real than Loch Ness Monster

From Squirrel Nutkin to Tufty they were once the fictional faces of a very familiar little creature. But red squirrels are now so rare that many children simply believe they have never existed. Indeed around a fifth of youngsters under the age of 10...

 
'Our dream holiday turned into a nightmare - and ended in the flight from hell'

'Our dream holiday turned into a nightmare - and ended in the flight from hell'

A Hull mum has told of how her dream two-week family holiday to Cuba turned into a nightmare. Gemma Smith, her husband Marc and son Kaiellis, were not only caught up in the deadly Hurricane Irma, but also faced a 21-hour airport delay and a disastrous...

 

Drug-dealer's girlfriend cries as he is caught by undercover officers

A man who avoided a prison sentence after claiming he was "put under pressure" to deal drugs will have to prove it happened a second time after a judge said: "I'm not falling for it again." When police arrested Luke Thurtson after...

 
Plans to demolish couple's house for access to 269 new homes in Cottingham

Plans to demolish couple's house for access to 269 new homes in Cottingham

Developers planning 269 new homes in Cottingham have bought a couple’s home so they demolish it and create a new access road. Planning permission has already been granted for the huge development, off Harland Way, but developers are now applying for...

 
Arsenal: Sanchez will play against Cologne, but real test will be at Chelsea - Nicholas

Arsenal: Sanchez will play against Cologne, but real test will be at Chelsea - Nicholas

That is the view of Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas, who reckons the real test for Arsenal is going to come against Chelsea on Sunday at Stamford Bridge (1:30pm).  Sanchez, 28, has played just 77 minutes of first-team football for the Gunners this...

 
Liverpool v Sevilla: Reds don’t have intensity or concentration to defend - Rio Ferdinand

Liverpool v Sevilla: Reds don’t have intensity or concentration to defend - Rio Ferdinand

Liverpool were left frustrated and had to settle for a point in their 2-2 draw with Sevilla in the Champions League last night.  The Reds went behind early on when Wissam Ben Yedder gave them the lead following a mistake from Dejan Lovren.  Jurgen...

 
Arsene Wenger insists Mesut Ozil contract talks have not broken down

Arsene Wenger insists Mesut Ozil contract talks have not broken down

The Arsenal boss was responding to reports which claimed the discussions had hit a brick wall. While Wenger accepted the talks had slowed over the last few weeks he is adamant they are not dead. Ozil is in the last year of his contract and will be...

Daily Star, 05:36 in Sport
 
Trump and Democrats 'reach deal' over Daca Dreamers

Trump and Democrats 'reach deal' over Daca Dreamers

Two top US Democrats say they have reached a deal with President Donald Trump to protect thousands of young undocumented migrants from deportation. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said they also agreed to work on a border security package that would...

BBC, 05:47 in World News
 
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool's defensive problems can't be solved by one man

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool's defensive problems can't be solved by one man

The Kop were heavily linked with Southampton's Virgil van Dijk over the summer. The centre-back handed in a transfer request to try and force a move to Anfield. But he stayed at St Mary's and many have questioned Klopp's decision not to push harder...

Daily Star, 05:49 in Sport
 
Doctor Who: Writer Steven Moffatt teases VERY dark Christmas Special for Peter Capaldi

Doctor Who: Writer Steven Moffatt teases VERY dark Christmas Special for Peter Capaldi

As Peter Capaldi’s last appearance as the Time Lord, many fans would expect the episode to be an emotional but joyous one. The instalment has all the compartments to create a happy atmosphere as the Doctor will be reunited with his companion Bill...

 
Pokemon Go news: Sneaky Niantic update adds great new feature following event reveal

Pokemon Go news: Sneaky Niantic update adds great new feature following event reveal

Many Trainers may not have noticed it but a new Pokemon Go update was rolled out by Niantic this week. The new patch was released with very little fanfare, although a changelog has confirmed some of the changes. These include one new feature that...

 

Rohingya crisis: Meeting Myanmar's hardline Buddhist monks

The monks of Ma Ba Tha regard the international media with deep suspicion. The leader of the organisation, Ashin Wirathu, covered his head and raised an umbrella to block our camera when we approached him in Mandalay. Hostility towards journalists is...

BBC, 05:55 in World News
 
KwaZulu-Natal killings could engulf South Africa

KwaZulu-Natal killings could engulf South Africa

The death of a high-profile ANC figure has revived some dark memories in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province. Sindiso Magaqa, who was once secretary-general of the influential ANC Youth League, became the 35th person to be murdered in...

BBC, 05:57 in World News
 


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