News archive from 27 March 2016, page 11

Chelsea Transfer News: Conte's shock transfer demand, players' wages revealed, Hummels bid

Chelsea Transfer News: Conte's shock transfer demand, players' wages revealed, Hummels bid

Related videos Unbelievable facts about Chelsea Check out some of these unbelievable facts about Chelsea FC. Chelsea's most capped players We take a look at the players to have made the most appearances for Chelsea. Conte refuses to commit future to...

Daily Star, 05:06 in Sport
 
Gay couple in fight to bring 'triplings' home to New Zealand

Gay couple in fight to bring 'triplings' home to New Zealand

Friends of a gay couple from Auckland are raising money to help them bring “triplings” home from Mexico to New Zealand. Triplings are three babies born from the sperm of one man and one egg donor, but are carried by different surrogates. In this case...

 

Pair jailed after importing monkey dust from China ​- off an internet site

TWO drug importers have been jailed after ordering 'monkey dust' off the internet. Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard how Roxanne Gallagher had enlisted the help of David Sutton to order Alpha-PVP from a Chinese website. Sutton then tracked the parcel...

 
Liverpool plot huge summer moves: Jurgen Klopp wants two Germany stars

Liverpool plot huge summer moves: Jurgen Klopp wants two Germany stars

The Liverpool boss is eyeing a reunion with Borussia Dortmund skipper Mats Hummels, according to the Express. It's claimed the Reds are one of three Premier League giants eyeing the defender. Chelsea are interested as they hunt the man to fill John...

Daily Star, 05:23 in Sport
 
World War II veteran's burial cost double because he lived in Knowsley

World War II veteran's burial cost double because he lived in Knowsley

The grieving family of a World War II veteran were forced to pay nearly £1,500 in council fees to have his dying wish honoured. James Patrick Brennan, who served in the Liverpool Irish regiment in WWII, died two weeks ago. His final wish was to be...

 
What time is it? The clocks have changed – so should you be awake or not right now?

What time is it? The clocks have changed – so should you be awake or not right now?

The clocks changed last night – after weekends of panic of whether they had or not, it's finally happened. So what time is it actually? via GIPHY The clocks have now gone an hour forward. That means at 1am, time skipped forward to 2am, and we lost...

 
Meddling ex-CIA chief warns Britain it will WEAKEN Brussels if it leaves the EU

Meddling ex-CIA chief warns Britain it will WEAKEN Brussels if it leaves the EU

David Petraeus said leaving the 28-member bloc would "deal a significant blow to the EU's strength and resilience at exactly the moment when the West is under attack from multiple directions". The meddling general also claimed a Brexit would...

 

Port Vale Archives: When Vale outclassed Crewe on the way to promotion

WE love Easter football so this week's feature from the archives takes us back 30 years to a Division Four promotion campaign. So, stand by for promotion thrills and spills, tales of a groundbreaking VHS video recording and victory over the neighbours...

 
Vaxxed: Tribeca festival withdraws MMR film

Vaxxed: Tribeca festival withdraws MMR film

New York's Tribeca film festival will not show Vaxxed, a controversial film about the MMR vaccine, its founder Robert de Niro says. As recently as Friday, Mr de Niro stood by his decision to include the film by anti-vaccination activist Andrew...

BBC, 05:49 in World News
 
Mohali braced for meltdown with Australia in town for crunch World T20 clash

Mohali braced for meltdown with Australia in town for crunch World T20 clash

Bangalore swirls around you like a drain. Not as a slight on its ambience, but a sense of its surging movement. The grand round of the M. Chinnaswamy stadium could as easily be a plughole, and the whole surrounding mass of streets and trees and...

Guardian, 05:50 in Sport
 
Tony Abbott at heart of government division and chaos, says Bill Shorten

Tony Abbott at heart of government division and chaos, says Bill Shorten

Related: Tony Abbott: I was right to put national security before moral posturing Bill Shorten says Tony Abbott is at the heart of the chaos and division in the Turnbull government and he’s not going away. Reports suggest the former prime minister...

 

Hotpoint, Indesit, Volkswagen and Netto want THESE products returned because of safety concerns

In a week where Volkswagen has once again recalled a large number of vehicles due to concerns over safety, along with Porsche, there have been a variety of product recalls affecting customers in Leicestershire. Trading Standards has issued warnings...

 

Johan Cruyff believed it was more important to improve lives than to win trophies... that's why he was...

The Finn with the slicked-back flaxen hair and the bulging eyes was ready to pounce. He had been at our table in the plush five-star Berlin hotel all night making less than scintillating conversation about his trade in Nigerian footballers. Not what I...

Daily Mail, 05:57 in Sport
 

When and where can I see the Flying Scotsman in Leicestershire?

For the first time in ten years, the Flying Scotsman returned to mainline steam last month after undergoing a ten year overhaul, costing £4 million. And having missed out on seeing the legendary locomotive on its inaugural run from London King's Cross...

 

Roadworks in Leicester from Sunday, March 27

To help you plan your journeys, and try to avoid spending time snarled up in roadwork-related jams, here is where roadworks are taking place in Leicester this week. New work starting week commencing Sunday, March 27 • Burleys Way: carriageway...

 


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