News archive from 15 June 2016, page 17

Sir Philip Green to appear before MPs over handling of BHS

Sir Philip Green will today attend a showdown with MPs investigating the collapse of BHS. The Topshop billionaire had threatened to duck the Commons inquiry unless MP Frank Field, who heads it, resigned from the investigation. But in a statement...

 

Wheelchairs or baby buggies - Supreme Court to rule on bus priority

The question whether wheelchair users should have priority on buses over mothers with baby buggies is to be considered by the highest court in the land. Proceedings at the Supreme Court follow a decision by Court of Appeal judges that a mother was...

 
Ronald Koeman wants Belgium ace Axel Witsel to kickstart his Everton revolution

Ronald Koeman wants Belgium ace Axel Witsel to kickstart his Everton revolution

Koeman was officially unveiled as Everton’s new manager yesterday, signing a lucrative three-year deal at Goodison Park. The Dutchman is set to be handed a £100m transfer war chest to take the Toffees back to the top. And according to The Sun, he...

Daily Star, 05:23 in Sport
 
Eden Hazard: My thoughts on Chelsea and former boss Jose Mourinho

Eden Hazard: My thoughts on Chelsea and former boss Jose Mourinho

The Belgium international has admitted it was a struggle at Stamford Bridge last season but refuses to blame the Special One for his poor form. Hazard scored just three Premier League goals, despite being named the PFA Player of the Year for his...

Daily Star, 05:30 in Sport
 
Man Utd News: De Gea makes transfer decision, Beckham on Mourinho, Ancelotti talks Rooney

Man Utd News: De Gea makes transfer decision, Beckham on Mourinho, Ancelotti talks Rooney

Related videos Wayne Rooney - 5 things you need to know 5 things you need to know about Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney. Jose Mourinho on Man U: "Forget the last three years" Manchester United have signed Jose Mourinho as...

Daily Star, 05:30 in Sport
 

Workers get time off to watch England play Wales in Euro 2016

WORKERS are over the moon after getting the afternoon off – to watch England play Wales in Euro 2016. Tomorrow's 2pm kick-off has caused havoc for businesses and schools as fans clamour to watch the England match. Hanley-based manufacturer Valentine...

 
The Flying Scotsman to steam along North Wales coastline today

The Flying Scotsman to steam along North Wales coastline today

An iconic steam locomotive, running on the main line again after a 10-year long restoration, will run along the North Wales coastline today. The Flying Scotsman, one of the world’s most famous railway locomotives, will haul a special excursion train...

 
Who are the support acts at Stereophonics' North Wales' gig?

Who are the support acts at Stereophonics' North Wales' gig?

Three bands are supporting Stereophonics before their sell-out concert in Wrexham next month. The Ramona Flowers, Pretty Vicious, and Catfish and the Bottlemen will be supporting the Welsh rockers at the Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium on Mold...

 

Wheelchairs or baby buggies - Supreme Court to rule on bus priority

The question whether wheelchair users should have priority on buses over mothers with baby buggies is to be considered by the highest court in the land. Proceedings at the Supreme Court follow a decision by Court of Appeal judges that a mother was...

 
Belgium star Romelu Lukaku: Italy defeat was a reality check

Belgium star Romelu Lukaku: Italy defeat was a reality check

As the highest-ranked team in Europe, Belgium have been hotly tipped to go far at Euro 2016. But Marc Wilmots’ side failed to live up to the hype as Italy ran out 2-0 winners in their Group E opener on Monday. And Lukaku, who himself missed a great...

Daily Star, 05:41 in Sport
 
US charges Chinese ex-IBM worker with espionage

US charges Chinese ex-IBM worker with espionage

US authorities have charged Chinese national Xu Jiaqiang with three counts of economic espionage for allegedly stealing valuable source code from his former employer in the US. The Department of Justice did not name the employer, but it is widely...

BBC, 05:42 in World News
 

Wheelchairs or baby buggies - Supreme Court to rule on bus priority

The question whether wheelchair users should have priority on buses over mothers with baby buggies is to be considered by the highest court in the land. Proceedings at the Supreme Court follow a decision by Court of Appeal judges that a mother was...

 

Sir Philip Green to appear before MPs over handling of BHS

Sir Philip Green will today attend a showdown with MPs investigating the collapse of BHS. The Topshop billionaire had threatened to duck the Commons inquiry unless MP Frank Field, who heads it, resigned from the investigation. But in a statement...

 
Keep Penny smiling: Help Go Bananas appeal buy a wheelchair for this 22-month-old

Keep Penny smiling: Help Go Bananas appeal buy a wheelchair for this 22-month-old

Smiling tot Penny Turner is taking her very first steps and her mam and dad - like any other parents would be - are delighted at her progress. But for Heather and Colin Turner it’s even more special as this is a milestone they never thought they would...

 

£7.5m project to improve key North East commuter route revealed - here's all you need to know

A multi-million pound road scheme is due to start in a bid to improve a major commuter route in South Tyneside. Here, we give you all the information about the project and how the work will affect drivers. What is happening? South Tyneside Council has...

 


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