News archive from 18 March 2018, page 3

Daria Kasatkina upsets Venus Williams as Naomi Osaka thrashes Simona Halep to set-up Indian Wells final

The future is now at the BNP Paribas Open. Daria Kasatkina upset Venus Williams 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 in a nearly three-hour baseline struggle and Naomi Osaka routed top-ranked Simona Halep 6-3, 6-0 in 64 minutes on Friday night to set up a final between two...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Roger Federer makes best ever start to a year as victory over Borna Coric gives world No 1 a 17-0 record in...

Roger Federer recorded his best ever start to a calendar year after overcoming adversity to beat Borna Coric in Indian Wells. The world No 1, who has won the Australian Open and the Rotterdam Open, took his record to 17-0 for 2018, the longest winning...

Daily Mail, 01:28 in Sport
 

Neymar reveals his dreadful new dreadlocks as he gets a haircut while recovering from foot injury in Brazil

Neymar reportedly regrets his summer transfer to PSG and now he can add his new dreadlocks to a growing list of mistakes. The Brazilian has changed up his hairstyle while recovering from injury in Brazil where he has been undergoing rehabilitation.  ...

Daily Mail, 01:28 in Sport
 
Pubs facing triple tax whammy, says Camra

Pubs facing triple tax whammy, says Camra

The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) is calling for a fundamental review of the tax system to stem the tide of pub closures. It says pubs are being hit hard by a "triple whammy" of one of the highest rates of beer duty across Europe, rapidly...

BBC, 01:39 in Regional
 
Jay Weatherill quits as leader after losing South Australian election

Jay Weatherill quits as leader after losing South Australian election

The ousted South Australian premier, Jay Weatherill, has said he’ll stand down as Labor leader and ruled out a switch to federal politics after losing Saturday’s state election. “The Labor party has plenty of fantastic choices as leader; I won’t be...

 
Instagram stars: From influencers to entrepreneurs

Instagram stars: From influencers to entrepreneurs

When Bradley Simmonds' career as a professional football player at Queen's Park Rangers came to an abrupt end at 19, he had to find another way to earn a living. A fan of health and fitness, he decided to become a personal trainer. Bradley first used...

BBC, 01:44 in Business
 

Callum Robinson delighted to end wait for a goal as Preston see off Sunderland

Callum Robinson was delighted to end his wait for a goal as Preston closed on the Championship play-off places with victory at Sunderland. REACTION: Alex Neil on Preston's win over Sunderland The versatile forward hadn’t scored since the 1-1 draw at...

 

'Don't mess with Sergio Marchionne,' warns Toto Wolff: 'F1 needs Ferrari much more than Ferrari needs F1'

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Toto Wolff is heeding that advice. Mercedes' team boss sits down after cutting the ribbon on title sponsor Petronas's gleaming new facility in Turin. Just 200 miles to the east lies Ferrari's Maranello...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

West Ham finally secure meeting with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan FOUR MONTHS after their initial approach...

West Ham have finally secured a meeting with the Mayor of London for crisis talks about the London Stadium four months after their first approach. The Hammers have been granted a meeting with Sadiq Khan a week tomorrow, but a club insider revealed it...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 
Shellshock! Cadbury comes clean on Creme Egg chocolate change

Shellshock! Cadbury comes clean on Creme Egg chocolate change

Stop all the clocks. Cut off the telephone. Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone. Monday 12 January 2015 will go down in confectionery history as a bad day. A hurtful day. The day when it was revealed that Cadbury’s Creme Eggs have changed...

Guardian, 02:00 in Business
 

Jake Livermore's airport dash makes him Gareth Southgate's posterboy for England team togetherness ahead of...

For those who regard loyalty as an outdated concept in modern football, England manager Gareth Southgate begs to disagree. The inclusion of West Brom's Jake Livermore in his squad to face Holland and Italy underlines that even in 2018, a sense of...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Wales 'heading in right direction', says captain Alun Wyn-Jones after sealing second place in Six Nations

Second is nowhere for Alun Wyn-Jones - the Wales captain may have led his country to a final-day win over France but was not content with the Six Nations finish. The 32-year-old was the man-of-the-match in an error-strewn Welsh victory in Cardiff...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 
Iran warns Donald Trump of 'PAINFUL MISTAKE' in stark THREAT over nuclear deal

Iran warns Donald Trump of 'PAINFUL MISTAKE' in stark THREAT over nuclear deal

Mohammad Javad Zarif’s warning comes after the US President threatened to unilaterally pull out of the deal, formally named the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), if it is not revised. Trump has before dismissed the deal as “the worst and...

 
Rory McIlroy celebrates Ireland’s Grand Slam win with lowest PGA Tour score

Rory McIlroy celebrates Ireland’s Grand Slam win with lowest PGA Tour score

The World No 13 grabbed the luck of the Irish with two birdies over his closing three holes and signing for a five-under par 67 to muscle his way to third place at 10-under par and just two shots from the lead on the famed Bay Hill course in suburban...

 
Andrew McCabe: Ex-FBI deputy director gave notes to Russia inquiry

Andrew McCabe: Ex-FBI deputy director gave notes to Russia inquiry

Ex-FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe has given memos about conversations he had with President Donald Trump to an inquiry into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, US media say. They say the memos could support allegations that the president...

BBC, 02:05 in World News
 


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