News archive from 28 March 2018, page 6

Police warning to Leicestershire's convicted football hooligans ahead of World Cup in Russia

Leicestershire’s convicted football hooligans have received official warnings to stay away from the World Cup in Russia this summer. Leicestershire Police said the 13 people in the city and county who are subject to court-imposed football banning...

 
Leicester City Council to increase gypsy and traveller pitch rents

Leicester City Council to increase gypsy and traveller pitch rents

Gypsies and travellers face a five per cent rise in the cost of renting pitches in council-run sites in Leicester. Leicester City Council manages 37 plots on its sites at Meynells Gorse, Redhill Nook and Greengate Nook but says in wants to cut the...

 

The 10 best goalkeepers in the Premier League over three months: David De Gea only in 4th!

The 10 best goalkeepers in the Premier League over the past three months   WHICH goalkeepers have been the most impressive over the last three months of the Premier League? 1 / 10 GETTY 10. Orestis Karnezis (Watford) - 71.6 “Arsenal goalkeeper Petr...

Daily Star, 05:16 in Sport
 
Alton Sterling: No charges in 2016 fatal police shooting

Alton Sterling: No charges in 2016 fatal police shooting

Two white officers who shot and killed a Louisiana black man in 2016 will not face criminal charges, officials say. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said the officers acted reasonably under "existing law and were justified in their use of...

BBC, 05:21 in World News
 
Canada teen wins $1000 a week for life on 18th birthday

Canada teen wins $1000 a week for life on 18th birthday

A Canadian teenager has the struck the jackpot after buying her first lottery ticket to mark her 18th birthday. Charlie Lagarde, from the province of Quebec, bought the scratch ticket along with a bottle of champagne to celebrate turning 18 on 14...

BBC, 05:21 in World News
 
Australia's indigenous languages have one source, study says

Australia's indigenous languages have one source, study says

Researchers in Australia say they have traced the country's indigenous languages back to a single, common tongue. The languages are all derived from a mother tongue, known as Proto-Australian, that was spoken about 10,000 years ago, according to a new...

BBC, 05:21 in World News
 
Man Utd star Marcus Rashford MUST start for England but NOT as a striker - BBC pundit

Man Utd star Marcus Rashford MUST start for England but NOT as a striker - BBC pundit

That’s the verdict of former England winger turned BBC pundit Chris Waddle. But he does think that Rashford will eventually graduate to be and England striker, perhaps alongside Harry Kane. The 20-year-old replaced goalscorer Jamie Vardy in England’s...

Daily Star, 05:24 in Sport
 
Trèbes attack: Paris ceremony for hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame

Trèbes attack: Paris ceremony for hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame

A national memorial service is due to take place in honour of the French police officer who died saving the lives of hostages in a supermarket siege by an Islamist gunman. Lt-Col Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was killed after he traded places with one of the...

BBC, 05:26 in World News
 
Kim in Beijing: Why Xi's still the one he needs to see

Kim in Beijing: Why Xi's still the one he needs to see

Early on Wednesday morning local time, Chinese state media confirmed that the mystery visitor from across the Yalu River - carried on board an armoured train and received with much pomp and circumstance in Beijing - was none other than North Korean...

BBC, 05:26 in World News
 

Which pharmacies are open over Easter in the Hartlepool area?

Health chiefs are reminding people they can get treatment and advice for minor illnesses from pharmacists as Easter weekend approaches. With many GP practices closed and stretched A&E departments facing increased pressure over Easter, NHS England...

 

Leeds - the art and soul of a city

Leeds has long been renowned as an acclaimed centre for theatre, opera and dance. But, as Chris Bond reports, art is also enjoying a renaissance in the city. When it comes to theatre, Leeds has a lot to make a song and dance about (if you’ll pardon...

 
Cornwall's Wave Hub energy project yet to produce electricity

Cornwall's Wave Hub energy project yet to produce electricity

A £42m wave energy project off the Cornish coast has yet to produce any electricity despite being up and running for eight years. Wave Hub, an undersea electrical socket installed to test wave energy machines, has hosted just one device since 2010....

BBC, 05:31 in Regional
 

'Enormous' wildcat found in Aberdeenshire Forest

One of the largest wildcats ever recorded in the world has been discovered by field workers in Aberdeenshire's Clashindarroch Forest. Nicknamed the Clashindarroch Beast, it was captured on camera and is estimated to measure 4ft (1m) from nose to...

BBC, 05:31 in Regional
 
Lionel Messi: Barcelona star makes statement gesture during Argentina thrashing by Spain

Lionel Messi: Barcelona star makes statement gesture during Argentina thrashing by Spain

Spain thrashed Argentina 6-1 at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid last night. Isco scored a hat-trick, whilst Diego Costa scored twice and Iago Aspas added a late goal too. Manchester City defender Nicolas Otamendi had scored to make the score 2-1 in...

Daily Star, 05:31 in Sport
 
Burton Albion midfielder Joe Sbarra reportedly being tracked by Premier League side Southampton

Burton Albion midfielder Joe Sbarra reportedly being "tracked" by Premier League side Southampton

Burton Albion midfielder Joe Sbarra is reportedly being tracked by Southampton, according to the Sunday People via HITC Sport. The report is claiming that Saints have been tracking the Brewers' 18-year-old midfielder after Albion boss Nigel Clough...

Burton Mail, 05:34 in Sport
 


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