News archive from 28 February 2018

St Johnstone 1-4 Rangers: Dominant Gers close gap on Celtic to six points

Rangers continue to rise as the mercury plummets. Even though McDiarmid Park escaped the clutches of the so-called Beast from the East, St Johnstone were still lost in a blizzard of their visitors' making. Three first-half goals were enough to leave...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, February 28

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Wednesday's meetings at Wolverhampton and Newcastle.   WOLVERHAMPTON  Robin Goodfellow  2.15 Babette 2.45 Shamlan 3.20 King Kevin 3.50 Rock ’n Gold (nap) 4.25 Upavon 4.55 Vj Day...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Espanyol’s Gerard Moreno stuns Real Madrid with dramatic winner

Espanyol’s Gerard Moreno stuns Real Madrid with dramatic winner

Real Madrid rested Cristiano Ronaldo and suffered a fifth La Liga defeat of the season as Espanyol’s Gerard Moreno struck late for a 1-0 win over the Spanish and European champions. The Catalan forward Moreno wasted a number of chances but his...

Guardian, 00:01 in Sport
 

Jermain Defoe has not given up on earning a place in England's World Cup squad after boss Gareth Southgate...

Gareth Southgate has challenged Jermain Defoe to win a place in his World Cup squad and the Bournemouth striker insists he can be England's supersub in Russia. The 35-year-old defied medics to return from a broken ankle at the weekend, just eight...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
US-Mexico wall: Judge throws out legal challenge

US-Mexico wall: Judge throws out legal challenge

A US judge once singled out by President Donald Trump over his Mexican ancestry has thrown out a legal bid to stop controversial plans for a border wall with Mexico. Environmental groups and the state of California complained that the proposed wall...

BBC, 00:01 in World News
 

All schools in Edinburgh CLOSED due to weather

The city council has announced that all schools in the city will close on Wednesday due to the weather conditions. The council’s Twitter account revealed the news at 11.10pm. Earlier, parents had been told to expect a message via the council website...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 

Roger Federer admits he never lost faith in himself after stunning comeback to tennis is honoured at...

Roger Federer clutched his latest pair of glittering prizes in the hope they might afford him some light relief from the relentless hammer of doubt. Federer collected the Laureus awards for Sportsman of the Year and Comeback of the Year to acknowledge...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Comfort teddy bears scheme for poorly children reaches 80,000 landmark

The 80,000th cuddly bear handed to poorly children in hospital by Freemasons has been given out at a hospital. For more than a decade Freemasons from the Durham province have been supplying TLC (Teddy Loving Care) bears to A&E departments and...

 
GPs offered cash to refer fewer people to hospital

GPs offered cash to refer fewer people to hospital

GPs are being offered cash payments not to refer patients to hospital, in a move which leading family doctors have criticised as ethically questionable and a risk to health. NHS bodies in four parts of England are using schemes under which GP...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Echolocation could help blind people learn to navigate like bats

Echolocation could help blind people learn to navigate like bats

Some people who are blind learn the extraordinary skill of echolocation, using mouth clicks to explore their environment in a way comparable to how bats navigate. Now scientists have uncovered new insights into how this feat is performed, which could...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Satisfaction with GPs at lowest level for 30 years, survey finds

Satisfaction with GPs at lowest level for 30 years, survey finds

Public satisfaction with GP services has fallen to the lowest level in 30 years and dissatisfaction with the NHS overall has reached its highest level for a decade, according to authoritative polling. Voters are increasingly concerned about staff...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Toys R Us and Maplin face collapse with 5,500 jobs at risk

Toys R Us and Maplin face collapse with 5,500 jobs at risk

Toys R Us in the UK and electronics chain Maplin are on the brink of collapse, putting 5,500 jobs at risk. The struggling retailers - two of the UK's best known chains - are understood to have put administrators on standby after failing to secure a...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

Will this £160m tower be Leeds' tallest building yet?

Plans have been unveiled for a £160m skyscraper set to once again alter the Leeds skyline. At more than 33 storeys - making it a rival to Bridgewater Place which at 32 storeys is currently the city’s tallest building - there will be a hotel,...

 

England bowler Mark Wood accepts his ankle will never be 'normal' but insists latest injury is not a...

Mark Wood accepts he will never have a 'normal' left ankle but is confident the latest setback in a career blighted by injury will not prove a serious one. The latest scan on an ankle that has needed three operations showed up 'something' but Wood...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 
Dossier on sexual misconduct in Labour party sent to Corbyn

Dossier on sexual misconduct in Labour party sent to Corbyn

A dossier of 43 stories of harassment, abuse and sexual violence against women at all levels of the Labour party has been submitted to Jeremy Corbyn’s office, prompting calls for the party to reform the way it deals with claims of sexual misconduct....

 


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