News archive from 27 March 2016, page 8

Hundreds gather at memorial event for tragic Paige Doherty

Hundreds gather at memorial event for tragic Paige Doherty

The memorial event at Whitecrook Park in the West Dunbartonshire town was arranged by friends of the 15-year-old who went missing last Saturday. Her body was found two days later in bushes at the side of Great Western Road. A man has appeared in court...

 
Barack Obama praises Queen's 'generous human touch'

Barack Obama praises Queen's 'generous human touch'

The US leader described the sovereign as a "source of strength and inspiration" for people in Britain and beyond. Mr Obama features in ITV's Our Queen At Ninety documentary, in which viewers will also hear from the head of state herself. The...

 
Tears as two contestants voted off The Voice

Tears as two contestants voted off The Voice

The dream came to an end for the two pop star wannabes after they polled the fewest votes from the public. "It's been amazing. I've had the time of my life on this show," Fisher said. He also paid tribute to his mentor Boy George:...

 
'Far more ambition' needed to promote cycling and walking

'Far more ambition' needed to promote cycling and walking

British Cycling policy adviser and 1992 individual pursuit Olympic champion Chris Boardman believes "far more ambition" is needed if Britain is to create a cycling and walking culture to rival countries like Denmark and the Netherlands. His...

 
PURE EVIL: Heinous poachers butcher three rhinos and saw their horns off in wildlife park

PURE EVIL: Heinous poachers butcher three rhinos and saw their horns off in wildlife park

Sibuya Game Reserve released heartbreaking pictures of the aftermath left by the “ruthless” poachers – who attacked the rhinos for their horns.  Two white rhino cows were found dead by “devastated” reserve workers.  The killings left two calves...

 
WATCH: Jaw-dropping moment special needs child is KNEED to the floor by disgraced teacher

WATCH: Jaw-dropping moment special needs child is KNEED to the floor by disgraced teacher

Long-serving teacher Amelia Stripling was caught on tape as she appears to deliberately knock the pupil over. Stripling, who in 2014 was given an Excellence in Teaching award by the Tift County Foundation for Excellence in Education, has now quit her...

 

Eddie Jones: I never thought England would win the Grand Slam!

Eddie Jones may have gone out of his way to extol his players’ virtues since taking the England job but the Australian says he never thought about winning a Grand Slam in his first season in charge. Last weekend’s 31-21 victory over France ended 13...

Daily Mail, 02:23 in Sport
 

Hugh Jackman rescues swimmer and son from rip at Sydney's Bondi beach

Hugh Jackman had some personal drama at Sydney’s Bondi beach when he and his son Oscar got caught in a rip. The Nine Network showed video of the Australian actor helping to bring another swimmer to shore on Saturday before he had to help 15-year-old...

 
Domestic abuse team to launch new service

Domestic abuse team to launch new service

Northumberland Domestic Abuse Services will be introducing a new bespoke service next month for children and young people aged up to 16 who are living in the county. The new children’s service, called The CADAN Project (Children Against Domestic Abuse...

 

Danny Care: I feared I would never win anything with England 

Five months ago Danny Care feared the only thing he would have to show for almost a decade at international rugby’s coalface was a solitary Six Nations title soured by defeat in the final game of the 2011 campaign. The scrum-half was relegated to...

Daily Mail, 02:29 in Sport
 

Glenn Hoddle: England were simply perfect against Germany... the best we have seen since that memorable 5-1...

You have to go back a long time to remember an England performance as good as this one. Perhaps as far back as 2001 and the famous 5-1 win in Munich under Sven Goran Eriksson. I’d call it the perfect performance with some great individual displays and...

Daily Mail, 02:29 in Sport
 

Johan Cruyff: No one could touch Dutch master who made Wembley his own

The tributes paid to Johan Cruyff at Wembley on Tuesday night will feel all the more meaningful because of his personal history at the home of football. The creator of ‘total football’ won the first of his three European Cups underneath the Twin...

Daily Mail, 02:29 in Sport
 

Chris Coleman, Martin O’Neill and Michael O’Neill join forces to share Euro secrets

Chris Coleman is forming a gang of three with Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill to share secrets about their Euro 2016 opponents. The Wales manager has promised to take Martin for a meal in Dublin to...

Daily Mail, 02:29 in Sport
 

If we lose, we lose... we need to create players: How Johan Cruyff's faith in young talent helped shape game

Johan Cruyff used to tell a story about his time as Barcelona manager.  The coaches were excited about the technical ability of one of the youth-team players. Cruyff, who intrinsically believed that the heart of a team should come through its academy,...

Daily Mail, 02:29 in Sport
 

The secrets of Britain's poshest maternity ward: A birth that cost half a million pounds, Dom Perignon with...

With its plush suites, an afternoon tea menu to rival that at The Ritz and Dom Perignon available on request, the Portland sounds like a luxury five-star hotel. But women checking in for a few nights are not there to be pampered – they are there to...

Daily Mail, 02:37 in Health
 


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