News archive from 23 March 2016, page 15

Drive-thru Costa Coffee shop planned for Clough Road in Hull

A NEW drive-thru coffee shop could be coming to Hull. Costa has submitted plans to open the store at a retail park in Clough Road, Hull. Artist's impressions submitted to Hull City Council show the coffee shop with a drive-thru lane to enable shoppers...

 

Chris Chester's Wakefield land Sheffield Eagles in Challenge Cup

New Wakefield coach Chris Chester has been handed a tricky opening tie in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup after the Wildcats were paired with Sheffield Eagles in the fifth round. Chester, who took Hull KR all the way to Wembley in his first full season as...

 
Obama arrives in Argentina to reset relations after years of tension

Obama arrives in Argentina to reset relations after years of tension

BUENOS AIRES U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Argentina on Wednesday to reset diplomatic relations and strengthen trade ties with a country that was part of South America's left-wing bloc until pro-business President Mauricio Macri took power in...

 

3-D printer, 'Gecko Grippers' head to space station

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket loaded with supplies and science experiments blasted off from Florida on Tuesday, boosting an Orbital ATK cargo capsule toward the International Space Station. The 194-foot (59-meter) rocket...

 
Chelsea player handed three-game ban for offensive gesture

Chelsea player handed three-game ban for offensive gesture

The 27-year-old is on loan at German side Werder Bremen and has been punished for making a throat-slitting gesture in the 1-1 draw with Mainz on Saturday. Reports claim the defender made the gesture towards Pablo de Blasis after battling for...

 
Brussels attacks: Belgium mourns amid hunt for suspect

Brussels attacks: Belgium mourns amid hunt for suspect

Belgium is observing three days of mourning following bomb attacks in the capital Brussels that left 34 people dead and about 250 wounded. A minute's silence for the victims will be held at midday (11:00 GMT). Police are continuing a huge manhunt for...

BBC, 04:45 in World News
 
Australian PM uses 'meaningless' slogan from U.S. political satire Veep

Australian PM uses 'meaningless' slogan from U.S. political satire Veep

SYDNEY Australia's looming election campaign entered the world of the hit U.S. political satire "Veep" when the country's prime minister was caught using a meaningless slogan from the television show. A day after setting the stage for a...

 

HS2 firm accused of 'culture of misinformation'

A culture of "misinformation" runs through the company behind the planned high speed rail link between London and the north, a Commons committee has said. MPs accused of HS2 Ltd of treating consultations about the controversial route as a...

 
Is this the major clue Louis van Gaal will be sacked by Manchester United?

Is this the major clue Louis van Gaal will be sacked by Manchester United?

The Red Devils have printed a three-page document which outlines their pre-season plans but there is no mention of the Dutchman to be seen, according to The Sun. United will travel to China to play two matches, including one against arch-rivals...

Daily Star, 04:54 in Sport
 

HS2 firm accused of 'culture of misinformation'

A culture of "misinformation" runs through the company behind the planned high speed rail link between London and the north, a Commons committee has said. MPs accused of HS2 Ltd of treating consultations about the controversial route as a...

 
Brussels bombings: first victims named as stories of survival emerge

Brussels bombings: first victims named as stories of survival emerge

The identities of those killed, injured, or missing in the attacks on Brussels have begun to emerge with relatives and governments revealing victims from across the globe. At least 31 people are known to have been killed, most at the Maelbeek Metro...

 
Fired Texas trooper pleads not guilty to perjury charge in Sandra Bland's death

Fired Texas trooper pleads not guilty to perjury charge in Sandra Bland's death

A fired Texas trooper pleaded not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor perjury stemming from his arrest last summer of Sandra Bland, a black woman who was later found dead in a county jail. Brian Encinia entered his plea on Tuesday during a brief...

 
Queensland Nickel administrators fail to sell Clive Palmer-owned cattle station

Queensland Nickel administrators fail to sell Clive Palmer-owned cattle station

A Clive Palmer-owned cattle station put up for sale by the administrators of the embattled Queensland Nickel has been passed in at auction. Related: Police urged to investigate Clive Palmer over Queensland Nickel collapse The 6,258-hectare Mamelon...

 

South Yorkshire Police has made 'determined progress' since 2013, inquiry finds

An independent review into South Yorkshire Police's handling of child sexual exploitation (CSE) has found that the scale of the failure in Rotherham was not repeated in other parts of the force area. Professor John Drew, who led the inquiry, said he...

 
Arsenal transfer news: Alvaro Morata clear to join, Granit Xhaka deal close, Michy Batshuayi wants move

Arsenal transfer news: Alvaro Morata clear to join, Granit Xhaka deal close, Michy Batshuayi wants move

Barring a late miracle, Arsenal’s season is over and the club must now look ahead to the summer transfer window. Arsene Wenger is being punished once again for not spending enough, so will he put things right ahead of next season? Here’s our round up...

Metro, 05:04 in Sport
 


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