News archive from 19 March 2017, page 16

Lottery results: National Lottery Lotto, Lotto millionaire raffle and Thunderball results for Saturday, March 18

Lottery results: National Lottery Lotto, Lotto millionaire raffle and Thunderball results for Saturday,...

The National Lottery results jackpot on Saturday night was for £19.1 million - what would you have done with all that cash if you'd have won? And did you buy a ticket in time? Well, one ticket-holder will be elated as there was just one winner of the...

 
Gennady Golovkin retains middleweight titles with unanimous decision win v Daniel Jacobs

Gennady Golovkin retains middleweight titles with unanimous decision win v Daniel Jacobs

The Kazakh star retained his WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight titles – but it was far from easy for him. Many expected this to be the toughest test of his career, and it was as he went 12 rounds for the first time. But many also believe he should have...

Daily Star, 06:22 in Sport
 
George Osborne editor role 'could lead to change in rules on MPs' second jobs'

George Osborne editor role 'could lead to change in rules on MPs' second jobs'

Former chancellor Mr Osborne will take up his role at the newspaper in May and said he intends to carry on representing his Cheshire constituency of Tatton - 190 miles from the capital - in Parliament. But the chairman of the Committee of Standards in...

 
Support for Scottish independence lower than 2014 - poll

Support for Scottish independence lower than 2014 - poll

The Panelbase survey for The Sunday Times and LBC puts backing for independence at 44%, one point lower than when the question was put to Scotland two-and-a-half years ago, while a majority (56%) would vote to remain in the United Kingdom. The poll of...

 
Repton man denies making indecent images of children

Repton man denies making indecent images of children

A 35-year-old man has been accused of allegedly making a series of indecent images of children. Jonathan Milne, of Forge Close, Repton, has appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court recently were he denied making Category C indecent images....

 
The cold, uncomfortable truth behind Aberdeen’s lack of Scotland caps – Waddell

The cold, uncomfortable truth behind Aberdeen’s lack of Scotland caps – Waddell

It’s hard not to sympathise with Derek McInnes. A 30-man Scotland squad and not a player in sight from the second-best team in the country? Say it ain’t so. No Graeme Shinnie. No Ryan Jack. No Kenny McLean. Really? No Kenny McLean? Fifteen midfielders...

 
Celtic ace Kieran Tierney happy to do a Danny McGrain to keep starring for the Hoops

Celtic ace Kieran Tierney happy to do a Danny McGrain to keep starring for the Hoops

Kieran Tierney could follow in the footsteps of legendary Celtic full-back Danny McGrain – by switching flanks. The young Hoops left-back says he’ll get up to speed with his right foot to open up a new world of options for club boss Brendan Rodgers....

 
Rangers hitman Martyn Waghorn tells new boss Pedro Caixinha: Play me up top and I'll get you the goals

Rangers hitman Martyn Waghorn tells new boss Pedro Caixinha: Play me up top and I'll get you the goals

Martyn Waghorn has told Pedro Caixinha to play him at centre-forward if he wants to see the best of him in a Rangers shirt. The striker started all six games under Graeme Murty, the first time he’s had that kind of run all season – and rewarded the...

 
Scotland vs Canada set to be the worst attended home match in 100 years as Tartan Army snub friendly clash

Scotland vs Canada set to be the worst attended home match in 100 years as Tartan Army snub friendly clash

Scotland are facing their lowest crowd in more than a century for the clash with Canada at Easter Road on Wednesday. MailSport understands the SFA have only sold 5000 tickets for the World Cup warm-up against the side rated a lowly 117th in FIFA’s...

 
Celtic skipper Scott Brown is intelligent, a born leader and is destined to be a top boss - Chris Davies

Celtic skipper Scott Brown is intelligent, a born leader and is destined to be a top boss - Chris Davies

Celtic assistant manager Chris Davies is backing captain Scott Brown to be a top boss. Brown is poised to lead the Hoops to their sixth consecutive league title and Davies said: “Scott will become a good manager. He’s intelligent, has leadership...

 
Scott Brown can come and go from the Scotland set-up as much as he wants even if it means I get axed

Scott Brown can come and go from the Scotland set-up as much as he wants even if it means I get axed

He might be the man to take his shirt. Maybe even his captain’s armband. But you can count Darren Fletcher out of the camp who thinks Scott Brown shouldn’t get to pick and choose his Scotland games The national team skipper is, and always has been, a...

 

Cannabis users 'are four times more likely to suffer a heart attack': Scientists say users suffer more...

Smoking cannabis dramatically increases a person’s risk of suffering a heart attack, according to a major new study. Researchers in the United States found that, over a five-year period, regular users in their early 30s were 4.6 times more likely to...

Daily Mail, 06:29 in Health
 
Driver detained after White House 'bomb scare'

Driver detained after White House 'bomb scare'

One person is in custody after a car drove up to a White House checkpoint on Saturday night, the US Secret Service has said. Security at the White House was immediately upgraded. CNN reported the driver claimed to have a bomb. The vehicle has been...

BBC, 06:31 in World News
 
Chelsea make huge transfer decision: This could stop Antonio Conte from signing top target

Chelsea make huge transfer decision: This could stop Antonio Conte from signing top target

The 23-year-old hitman has been in sensational form for the Toffees this term, smashing home 21 goals. And Antonio Conte is keen to have the Belgium international doing the same back at Stamford Bridge next season. Ultimate XI: Football stars who...

Daily Star, 06:32 in Sport
 
England boss Gareth Southgate plans talks with Jamie Vardy

England boss Gareth Southgate plans talks with Jamie Vardy

Samir Nasri accused the striker of being a “cheat” when they clashed on Tuesday. The midfielder, on loan at Sevilla from Man City, felt Vardy got him sent off for a headbutt which was exaggerated by the Leicester star. England manager Southgate said:...

Daily Star, 06:32 in Sport
 


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