News archive from 18 June 2018

BREAKING: World War 3 fears ESCALATE as US BOMB Syrian military site killing forces

BREAKING: World War 3 fears ESCALATE as US BOMB Syrian military site killing forces

Syrian military have said there are a number of casualties after a US air-strike targeted a military position in al-Harri south East of Al-Boukamal in Deir ez-Zor. There are unconfirmed reports there were also Hezbollah and Iranian forces at the...

 

Ripley knows Northants are under pressure

Head coach David Ripley admits the heat is on at Northants after a hugely disappointing start to the season. The County have won just two matches during the formative stage of this campaign, with both of those successes coming in the Royal London...

 

No glory for Saints trio as England lose final against France

Saints fly-half James Grayson came off the bench to kick a couple of conversions but it was to be disappointment for England Under-20s in the final of the World Rugby U20 Championship. The Red Rose, who handed starts to Saints duo Ehren Painter and...

 
Australian firms told to catch up on climate change risk checks

Australian firms told to catch up on climate change risk checks

Australian companies are not doing enough work to model the risks of climate change and how it will affect their profitability, a new report by a thinktank says. Progressive thinktank the Centre for Policy Development says that while most companies...

 
Cambridge zoology museum to reopen after £4.1m revamp

Cambridge zoology museum to reopen after £4.1m revamp

When Sir David Attenborough opens the University of Cambridge’s zoology museum this week, the proud curators will show him their fabulous discovery. It’s fair to say the casual visitor might wonder why they are so excited by the scruffy frame...

 

Paramedics across the north west are going on strike today - and more could follow suit soon

Paramedics across Lancashire are today (Monday, June 18) going on strike – with further industrial action on the horizon. North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) paramedics that are members of the GMB union are staging a two hour walk out. It comes after...

 
Joachim Löw accepts ‘haphazard’ Germany on thin ice after Mexico loss

Joachim Löw accepts ‘haphazard’ Germany on thin ice after Mexico loss

Joachim Löw accepted his defending champions had been “negligent” and “haphazard” after Germany’s Group F defeat against Mexico in Moscow. “The next game is vital for us, we have to win it,” Löw said of a team who had lost their opening game at a...

Guardian, 00:12 in Sport
 
Pundit challenged over clapping female host's World Cup analysis

Pundit challenged over clapping female host's World Cup analysis

ITV moved to avoid a sexism row last night as the former footballer Patrice Evra was advised to modify his interaction with his fellow World Cup pundit Eni Aluko after clapping her in a manner that enraged some viewers. Evra was made immediately aware...

Guardian, 00:12 in Sport
 

Join the Great British Bee Count and get ‘buzzing’

Friends of the Earth is urging people to take part in the Great British Bee Count, as part of National Insect Week (June 18 to June 24). So far, over 18,000 people have taken part in the Great British Bee Count (May 17 to June 30) - recording over...

 

Paramedics across the north west are going on strike today - and more could follow suit soon

0 Have your say Paramedics across Lancashire are today (Monday, June 18) going on strike – with further industrial action on the horizon. North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) paramedics that are members of the GMB union are staging a two hour walk...

 

Brooks Koepka wins back-to-back US Open titles - reactions

Defending champion Brooks Koepka hit a final round of 68 to win the 2018 US Open by one shot at Shinnecock Hills. The world No.9 was one of four Americans - along with Daniel Berger, Tony Finau and Dustin Johnson - who started Sunday’s round tied for...

The Week, 00:18 in Sport
 

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Join the Great British Bee Count and get ‘buzzing’

Friends of the Earth is urging people to take part in the Great British Bee Count, as part of National Insect Week (June 18 to June 24). So far, over 18,000 people have taken part in the Great British Bee Count (May 17 to June 30) - recording over...

 
UK makes Windrush Day official with £500k grant to support events

UK makes Windrush Day official with £500k grant to support events

A day celebrating the contribution of the Windrush generation and their descendants is to be held annually, the government has announced. Windrush Day will take place on 22 June, the day when around 500 migrants from the Caribbean arrived at Tilbury...

 

Paramedics across the north west are going on strike today - and more could follow suit soon

Paramedics across the North West are today going on strike – with further industrial action looming on the horizon. North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) paramedics that are members of the GMB union are staging a two hour walk out after more than 84 per...

 


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