News archive from 26 November 2017, page 18

Paper round-up: Martial to Real Madrid, Spurs admit defeat, Mane rage, new Messi deal

Real Madrid are lining up an £80million move for Anthony Martial, according to the Sunday People. Los Blancos are preparing to rock Manchester United with a move for their French winger next summer after missing out on Kylian Mbappe. Elsewhere,...

 

Massive recycling centre fire took five hours to get under control

Firefighters spent more than five hours battling a huge fire at a waste metal recycling plant in Ilkeston last night (November 25). Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service were called out to Merlin Way yesterday evening at around 7pm and were fighting the...

 

Love Island’s Malin Andersson posts heartbreaking tribute to her mum as she dies of cancer

2am last night Heaven took you.. You didn't deserve the pain you were in, cancer 3 times.. It wasn't fair on you. I watched you take your final breath… I stayed with you right until the very end and you looked so peaceful. You're with Dad now.. just...

Metro, 08:45 in Showbiz
 

Woman and three children rescued in flat fire in Bartley Green

A woman and three children had to be rescued from a severe flat fire in Birmingham on Sunday morning. Fire crews put ladders up to the flat above a shop in Bartley Green and bring the terrified casualties to safety. The fire was was so severe it has...

 
Newcastle ready to sign Manchester United defender Luke Shaw in January

Newcastle ready to sign Manchester United defender Luke Shaw in January

Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez is ready to sign Manchester United defender Luke Shaw on loan in January as the former Southampton man looks to reignite his career. The former Liverpool and Chelsea boss is convinced the left-back is in desperate need...

Metro, 08:47 in Sport
 
Ayr United make it six wins in a row after Craig Moore goal beats Alloa Athletic

Ayr United make it six wins in a row after Craig Moore goal beats Alloa Athletic

Craig Moore hit an injury time winner for his 16th goal of the season as Ayr United beat Alloa 2-1 for their sixth win on the trot. Michael Moffat nodded Ayr ahead after five minutes but Alloa looked to have bagged a point when Scott Taggart forced...

 

Instead of calling for Ben Stokes, some England players should be looking at themselves and apologising to...

As England's last wickets tumbled on Sunday amid a barrage of bouncers and batsmen's blunders at the Gabba and then Australia's openers turned what had been a closely fought Test into a gathering humiliation, the cry went up for Ben Stokes. Avon and...

Daily Mail, 08:52 in Sport
 
Lights of Love appeal to return to Warwick

Lights of Love appeal to return to Warwick

The popular Lights of Love appeal will be returning to Warwick over the Christmas period. Lights of Love is organised by the Rotary Club of Warwick each year, and involves a Christmas tree covered in messages of love and remembrance from families for...

 

Birds Eye recall chicken pies because they are full of beef

Famous brand Birds Eye has recalled boxes of one its household name products after the company mistakenly placed steak pies into chicken pie packaging. There are concerns the error, believed to be made in October, could potentially cause a health risk...

 
Five killed after stolen car crashes in Meanwood, Leeds

Five killed after stolen car crashes in Meanwood, Leeds

Five people, including three children, have been killed after a stolen car crashed into a tree in Leeds. The accident happened on Saturday evening on Stonegate Road in the Meanwood area of the city. Two boys are in custody.

BBC, 08:53 in Regional
 
Egypt mosque attack: Horrific attack will work against extremists

Egypt mosque attack: Horrific attack will work against extremists

Friday's attack on a Sinai mosque was Egypt's deadliest in recent history, with over 300 people killed. Middle East analyst HA Hellyer looks at the significance of the target and the likely consequences. The intensity of this Friday's attack in Sinai...

BBC, 08:53 in World News
 

Find out how Teddy the puppy is making amazing difference to rehabilitation patients

A 14-week-old puppy has been astounding staff at a rehabilitation centre in Lincoln after it has been making amazing progress with patients. Teddy is a cockapoo and for the last couple of months he has been going to work with his owner Sue, the...

 

Microbrewery to launch new beer in honour of historic local man

A Louth microbrewery is immortalising one of the town’s celebrated historical names by naming a beer in his memory. The Consortium is launching the ale after Nicholas de Luda, who is believed to have “fed the hungry, clothed the naked and reconciled...

 
Horncliffe teen off to Sri Lanka

Horncliffe teen off to Sri Lanka

Horncliffe student Madeline Cawthorn has become the first Berwickshire High School pupil to enrol on the Scottish Youth Platinum Achievement Award Scheme. The scheme requires 135 hours of commitment through training, evaluation, self and teacher...

 
Lights, camera, action - good times set to roll in Spilsby

Lights, camera, action - good times set to roll in Spilsby

The community of Spilsby have spoken and their greatest wish will soon be seen on the ‘big screen’. A survey was held in July by the Community Led Plan team to see what residents thought would make the town better. Bonny Smith, who is secretary for...

 


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