News archive from 25 March 2018

The social fabric of 1968 … reimagined for the age of the pussyhat

The social fabric of 1968 … reimagined for the age of the pussyhat

This May marks half a century since the student protests in Paris, and while those taking to the streets in 1968 might have been more concerned with overthrowing the system, their look is enjoying a moment on the 2018 catwalk. For her autumn/winter...

Guardian, 00:11 in Learning
 
Who sent the wedding gift bomb that killed this newlywed?

Who sent the wedding gift bomb that killed this newlywed?

A "wedding bomb" that killed a newly-married software engineer and left his wife grievously wounded has shattered the peace of a small town in India. Nearly a month after the incident, the police have made no headway. Soutik Biswas travels...

BBC, 00:11 in World News
 
Fans mercilessly mock Kim Kardashian’s epic Photoshop flop because it’s really that bad

Fans mercilessly mock Kim Kardashian’s epic Photoshop flop because it’s really that bad

Kim Kardashian might want to seriously rethink her social media etiquette – especially after fans epically troll her for her disastrous attempts at photoshopping. It’s that bad! The 37-year-old was in Washington DC for the March For Our Lives rally...

Metro, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

'Deontay Wilder, where you at, let's go': Dillian Whyte lays down challenge to heavyweight rivals after...

Dillian Whyte declared he and Anthony Joshua are 'lifetime lovers' as he set up a potential rematch against his British rival with a stunning sixth-round knockout of Lucas Browne on Saturday night. The Brixton heavyweight, the No 1 contender to...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Lucas Browne rushed to hospital after Dillian Whyte's brutal knockout leaves Australian requiring oxygen mask

Lucas Browne was rushed to hospital in the wake of his chilling knockout at the hands of Dillian Whyte on Saturday - but the Australian is not thought to be seriously hurt. There was major concern in the minutes after the previously-undefeated Browne...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
Police probe claim of illegal hunting by Quantock Staghounds

Police probe claim of illegal hunting by Quantock Staghounds

Police are investigating allegations of illegal deer hunting in south-west England, following claims that a traditional hunt has been chasing stags with packs of hounds. Investigators from the League Against Cruel Sports have passed a file to police...

 
NHS: Over 3,000 more midwifery training places offered

NHS: Over 3,000 more midwifery training places offered

More than 3,000 places on midwifery training courses are to be created over the next four years in England as part of plans to meet NHS staffing demands. The government has announced a 25% boost in training places, which it said amounted to the...

BBC, 00:14 in Regional
 
We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students

We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students

Medical students say they currently learn almost nothing about the way diet and lifestyle affect health - and they should be taught more. They say what they are taught is not practical or relevant to most of the medical problems they see in GP...

BBC, 00:14 in Regional
 

Police anger after England fan violence in Amsterdam mars win over Holland — will anyone host us now?

The FA's scheduling of fixtures has been questioned by the police after England fans were involved in the worst scenes of violence for years on Friday night in Amsterdam. One hundred and eight England fans were arrested with eight still detained on...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

There are no England excuses, 58 was shocking but we'll fight to improve our worrying away record... and I...

You do see big collapses in cricket and we've been fortunate enough to be on the right side of them, like when Jimmy Anderson and I bowled New Zealand out at Lord's and, of course, when Australia were dismissed for 60 at Trent Bridge. But I don't...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Observer sudoku

Click here to access the print version. Fill the grid using the numbers 1 to 9. Each number must appear just once in every row, column and 3x3 box. Buy next week’s Observer Digital Edition to see the completed puzzle. Topics Life and style Observer...

 
Oberver killer sudoku

Oberver killer sudoku

Click here to access print version Normal Sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within grey lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by grey lines. Buy next week’s Observer...

 
Obituary: The 9/11 rescuers who died a day apart, 17 years on

Obituary: The 9/11 rescuers who died a day apart, 17 years on

When Thomas Phelan and Keith Young died within a day of each other last week, it was as a result of cancer, from which both had been suffering. But the underlying cause of the firefighters' deaths was the event which they both witnessed up close 17...

BBC, 00:20 in World News
 
Justin Bieber sweats away all the Selena Gomez ‘split’ rumours and car crash troubles

Justin Bieber sweats away all the Selena Gomez ‘split’ rumours and car crash troubles

It’s been a busy week for Justin Bieber so you can’t really blame him for sweating away all his troubles both literally and metaphorically. The singer let it all out in a football game on Saturday, as rumours of a split with Selena Gomez keep swirling...

Metro, 00:21 in Showbiz
 
Roger Federer to skip clay-court season after shock loss to Thanasi Kokkinakis

Roger Federer to skip clay-court season after shock loss to Thanasi Kokkinakis

Roger Federer lost his second consecutive match and his world No 1 ranking on Saturday night as the big-serving Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis, a qualifier ranked 175th, sprung a huge shock by beating him 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (4). Federer then announced he...

Guardian, 00:22 in Sport
 


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