News archive from 20 May 2017, page 6

Leigh Griffiths sent a text at 7am to apologise for Firhill flare-up, reveals Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers 

Brendan Rodgers has revealed how an apologetic early morning text message from Leigh Griffiths drew a line under their Firhill flare-up. Irked at being substituted late on in Celtic's 5-0 win against Partick Thistle on Thursday, the striker made his...

Daily Mail, 01:06 in Sport
 
Marco Silva ready to quit Hull to replace Walter Mazzarri at Watford next week

Marco Silva ready to quit Hull to replace Walter Mazzarri at Watford next week

Silva is ready to announce on his departure on Wednesday despite giving City chiefs one last chance to persuade him to stay. He is a free agent this summer after failing to keep Hull in the Premier League, and Watford are searching for their latest...

 
Conservatives stand by migration target 'aim'

Conservatives stand by migration target 'aim'

The Conservatives have defended their pledge to cut net migration to "tens of thousands" after Labour said it would never be met. Treasury Chief Secretary David Gauke told BBC Radio 4's Any Questions it was an "aim - it doesn't have a...

BBC, 01:19 in Regional
 
New Orleans purges final Confederate statue

New Orleans purges final Confederate statue

Masked city workers in New Orleans have removed the last of four monuments to the pro-slavery rebellion defeated in the US Civil War. The 133-year-old statue depicted General Robert E Lee, the top military leader in the Confederacy, crossing his arms...

BBC, 01:22 in World News
 
Falkirk 1 Dundee United 2 (agg 3-4): Paul Dixon header sends Tangerines into final

Falkirk 1 Dundee United 2 (agg 3-4): Paul Dixon header sends Tangerines into final

A Paul Dixon header just three minutes from time sent Dundee United into the Premiership play-off final on a night of drama at the Falkirk Stadium. The Tangerines showed a barrowload of bottle and a shedload of skill as they clinched their place in...

The Courier, 01:23 in Sport
 

Fall in number of East Midlands employees working from home

The number of employees in the East Midlands who usually work from home decreased by 1,000 last year, according to new analysis published by the TUC. The analysis shows that 115,000 employees in the East Midlands worked from home in 2016 - down 0.86...

 
Steak and ketchup: Homebody Trump ventures abroad

Steak and ketchup: Homebody Trump ventures abroad

Donald Trump sets foot on foreign soil on Saturday for the first time since he was elected, marking the start of a nine-day trip fraught with pitfalls for a president known to depend on home comforts. An ambitious itinerary will take him from Saudi...

BBC, 01:26 in World News
 
The Qatari princess, Angelina Jolie and the battle of the pyramids

The Qatari princess, Angelina Jolie and the battle of the pyramids

Reports that Hollywood star Angeline Jolie is planning to make a movie about Sudan's history have sparked a row with Egypt, and BBC Africa's Mohanad Hashim says it is about much more than who has the biggest pyramids. The latest twist in a...

BBC, 01:26 in World News
 
Dundee United fans get ready to snap up play-off final tickets

Dundee United fans get ready to snap up play-off final tickets

Dundee United’s march into the Premiership play-off final will kick-off a scramble for tickets. While the opposition won’t be known until this evening – it will be either Hamilton or Inverness – season ticket holders can buy tickets for the first leg...

The Courier, 01:30 in Sport
 
Russia thrilled to get Saint Nicholas relics from Italy

Russia thrilled to get Saint Nicholas relics from Italy

For the first time in nearly 1,000 years bone fragments of Saint Nicholas are being moved from their Italian resting place, to be worshipped in Russia. The 4th-Century saint is one of the most revered figures in the Russian Orthodox Church. After his...

BBC, 01:31 in World News
 
Preview: Top games on the North Wales football scene

Preview: Top games on the North Wales football scene

Bro Goronwy v Waunfawr NWCFA Junior Cup Final, Saturday 2pm at Holyhead Hotspur The 111th Junior Cup Final takes place at Holyhead and is an all-Gwynedd League clash. This season's competition was boosted by the inclusion of tier-five clubs from the...

Daily Post, 01:32 in Sport
 
Sebastian 'Baste' Duterte: The rebel surfer son of a president

Sebastian 'Baste' Duterte: The rebel surfer son of a president

Sebastian "Baste" Duterte is the youngest son of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, a man widely criticised for his bloody crackdown on suspected drug dealers and abusers which has left thousands dead. But while Baste's older siblings are...

BBC, 01:33 in World News
 
Mamma Mia sequel CONFIRMED: Here We Go Again to thrill ABBA fans - but will cast return?

Mamma Mia sequel CONFIRMED: Here We Go Again to thrill ABBA fans - but will cast return?

The new film - Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again - is due out in the summer of 2018, using ABBA songs not utilised the first time round. Deadline notes that some songs from the previous tale will also make re-appearances. As for the cast, the industry...

 

SPOILER ALERT: Britain's Got Talent hopeful TanBA hopes to impress the judges with his magician act by...

It's known for its plethora of wonderful and weird auditions.  And Saturday night's episode of Britain's Got Talent will prove to be no exception, as magician TanBA is hoping to impress the judges with his danger-fuelled act.  The performer, 43,...

 

Belle of the ball! Rihanna flashes her toned pins in Victorian-inspired gown while hosting Chopard Party in...

She unveiled her collaboration with the Swiss jewellery brand on Thursday night. And Rihanna ensured she was the belle of the ball as she hosted the Chopard Party in Cannes on Friday. The 29-year-old flashed her toned pins in the Victorian-inspired...

 


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