News archive from 18 March 2018, page 14

Roger Federer: Juan Martin del Potro planning to COPY Swiss star's tactics this year

Roger Federer: Juan Martin del Potro planning to COPY Swiss star's tactics this year

The duo are set to meet in the Indian Wells final this evening after beating Milos Raonic and Borna Coric respectively. Federer is in insatiable form at present, winning every match he has played this year. The Swiss star already has picked up the...

 
Lionel Messi disagrees with Barcelona star Gerard Pique over transfer plan - Spanish claim

Lionel Messi disagrees with Barcelona star Gerard Pique over transfer plan - Spanish claim

Barcelona are flying high at the top of La Liga and can extend their lead over second-placed Atletico Madrid when they take on Athletic Bilbao today. The Catalan giants are still in with a shout of a domestic and European treble as they look to win...

 

Top 25 transfer value rises in Europe: Liverpool dominate, Barcelona and Real Madrid shock

Liverpool are in a very healthy position compared to their European rivals, judging by their players’ recent increases in transfer value. Four of Jurgen Klopp’s stars make it into the top 25 footballers with the biggest transfer value increase over...

 
Scarlett Moffatt told pals she was ‘forced to pop weight loss pills’ by trainer who had her ‘in tears’

Scarlett Moffatt told pals she was ‘forced to pop weight loss pills’ by trainer who had her ‘in tears’

Scarlett Moffatt reportedly told friends over text that she was being forced to take weight loss pills while at a boot camp in Switzerland. The claims come a week after her reps insisted that Scarlett had never taken weight loss pills as her exercise...

Metro, 08:17 in Showbiz
 

Fundraising feats for Pomegranate Theatre where stars cut their teeth

Hard-working volunteers have raised £50,000 to support a theatre where Oscar-winning film star Gary Oldman trod the boards in the early years of his career. Chesterfield Theatre Friends’ money-spinning programme for the town’s Pomegranate has funded...

 

Cocktail evening at Warwick museum a success

A fundraising evening that was held at a Museum in Warwick raised more than £1,000 to help children in need. On March 9, ‘Cocktails at the Museum’ was held at the Market Hall Museum in Market Place. More than 80 people attended the event, where they...

 

Wigan half marathon cancelled due to the weather

One of the events at Run Wigan Festival has become a victim of the weather. Organisers were forced to scrap the half marathon which had been due to start at 9.30am on Sunday. However, the 5k event at 10.15am and the family mile at 12.30pm are still...

 

Grantham pupils swap their classroom for the library

0 Have your say Pupils at Little Gonerby Infant School swapped their classroom for Grantham Library this week to discover how a library works. They listened to stories and explored the children’s area as they learned how to use the library as part of...

 
Gomorrah’s Arturo Muselli reveals how Shakespeare helped him to become TV gangster

Gomorrah’s Arturo Muselli reveals how Shakespeare helped him to become TV gangster

But now Arturo Muselli, new star of the Italian crime blockbuster Gomorrah, has lowered the mask to reveal he owes his acting success to playing Shakespearean roles as part of a tiny theatre group he formed in England.  Speaking to the Sunday Express...

 
Xbox games use Microsoft controllers, and so does a new US submarine

Xbox games use Microsoft controllers, and so does a new US submarine

It’s been confirmed that the US Navy have now launched a submarine which has sensors that are controlled using Xbox games controllers. While only a very small part of the vessel actually uses the input device, it might surprise gamers to hear what the...

 
Roger Federer admits he’s lucky to have set up Juan Martin del Potro final at Indian Wells

Roger Federer admits he’s lucky to have set up Juan Martin del Potro final at Indian Wells

Roger Federer admitted he ‘should have lost’ to Borna Coric in the semi-finals at Indian Wells as he set up a mouthwatering finale with Juan Martin del Potro. The Swiss overcame the 21-year-old Croat 5-7 6-4 6-4 after finding himself down breaks in...

Metro, 08:35 in Sport
 

Cocktail evening at Warwick museum a success

A fundraising evening that was held at a Museum in Warwick raised more than £1,000 to help children in need. On March 9, ‘Cocktails at the Museum’ was held at the Market Hall Museum in Market Place. More than 80 people attended the event, where they...

 
Man Utd move ahead of Man City in race to sign Shakhtar Donetsk ace Fred - EXCLUSIVE

Man Utd move ahead of Man City in race to sign Shakhtar Donetsk ace Fred - EXCLUSIVE

“PSG are genuine rivals for Fred and they have also been eyeing Jose Mourinho himself” And the main threat to United clinching the signing of the Shakhtar Donetsk star in the summer is coming from Paris St-Germain – not Manchester City. There were...

Daily Star, 08:39 in Sport
 
50 New Radicals for 2018: how you can make a difference

50 New Radicals for 2018: how you can make a difference

When the Observer first joined forces with the innovation foundation Nesta to single out and celebrate 50 organisations “doing radical, useful things, below the radar of the media”, the UK was a very different place from the country it is today. It...

Guardian, 08:40 in Health
 

SNOW LATEST: Live updates as snow and ice bring disruption to Derbyshire

A number of Derbyshire routes have been closed due to heavy snow and ice. We’ll keep you updated with on the latest road closures, public transport disruption and school closures, so keep refreshing this page for all the latest.

 


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