News archive from 30 March 2016, page 15

Homeless man smashed police van window because he was "tired of being on the streets"

A homeless man hurled a rock through a police van window to get himself arrested because he was "tired of being on the streets". Mark Arden, 46, had only been out of prison for five days when he committed the offence "in...

 
David McCarthy: Build up to semi-final proves Scottish football needs Celtic and Rangers games

David McCarthy: Build up to semi-final proves Scottish football needs Celtic and Rangers games

THERE are still 19 days to go before Celtic and Rangers clash in the semi final of the Scottish Cup at Hampden. Yet you’d think it was tomorrow, judging by the column inches and radio airtime it has already generated. Which merely proves how much this...

 

Who Gers wins: Mark Warburton plans Rangers raid on silverware with SAS help

MARK WARBURTON is plotting Rangers’ raid on silverware with a little help from the SAS. The Ibrox boss was back in England last week at St George’s Park as he edged nearer to completing his Pro Licence. Warburton is doing his coaching badges alongside...

 
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor: Midfielders need to score goals.. that's why I copy Lampard and Gerrard

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor: Midfielders need to score goals.. that's why I copy Lampard and Gerrard

CALLUM McGREGOR has revealed he’s playing the imitation game as he models himself on two football greats who cracked the code of 
goalscoring midfielder. Hoops ace McGregor is back in Celtic boss Ronny Deila’s good books and enjoying a rich vein of...

 

European Factors to Watch-Shares seen opening higher

(ADVISORY- Reuters plans to replace intra-day European and UK stock market reports with a Live Markets blog on Eikon - see cpurl://apps.cp./cms/?pageId=livemarkets for site in development. See the bottom of the report) LONDON, March 30 European stocks...

 
Daniel Andrews on family violence royal commission: 'This is about saving lives'

Daniel Andrews on family violence royal commission: 'This is about saving lives'

Related: Overhaul 'broken system' of dealing with domestic violence, says royal commission The final report from Australia’s first royal commission into family violence will make Victoria a national leader in preventing deaths at the hands of family...

 
Jean Charles de Menezes ruling due in European court of human rights

Jean Charles de Menezes ruling due in European court of human rights

A ruling on whether British police officers should have been charged for the fatal shooting of Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes at a London tube station in 2005 is to be delivered by the European court of human rights on Wednesday. De Menezes was...

 
Treble award win for brand agency Fifteen Design

Treble award win for brand agency Fifteen Design

Brand agency Fifteen Design is building on its best year in business by starting 2016 with a treble triumph in an international creative competition. It was recognised for its work on three websites at the International AVA Digital Awards, which...

 
'We are hopeful now': brothers freed from slavery seek British policy change

'We are hopeful now': brothers freed from slavery seek British policy change

Edgaras and Edvinas Subatkis spent most of their time walking. If it rained they would spend a few hours in the library. During the day, they slept on benches or under bridges, but at night they kept walking. The two Lithuanian brothers thought their...

 

Two pet-sitting and dog walking businesses set up by animal lovers in Nottingham

Two animal lovers have turned their passion into a business by launching dog walking services. Anne Rock, 40, of Carlton, and Ian Winter, 32, of Aspley, launched their companies this year. Ms Rock was previously a veterinary nurse caring for sick and...

 
$1tn could be wasted on 'unneeded' new coal plants, report warns

$1tn could be wasted on 'unneeded' new coal plants, report warns

Almost $1tn of investment in new coal-fired power stations could be wasted if growing concerns about climate change and air pollution leave the plants unused, according to a new report. About 1,500 new coal plants are in construction or planning...

 
Nottingham Forest talking point: Could new manager be right under our nose - asks Barry Cooper

Nottingham Forest talking point: Could new manager be right under our nose - asks Barry Cooper

Nottingham Forest are searching for their sixth permanent manager under chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi and the Post's Barry Cooper gives his view on who he thinks would be a suitable replacement for Dougie Freedman who departed the City Ground earlier this...

 
Recovering drug addict in court over 74th crime - but who will help him?

Recovering drug addict in court over 74th crime - but who will help him?

Carl Attar, who was once caught dangling from a university window when breaking in, has been given one last chance but says he does not have enough support to clean-up his amphetamine habit. A man with 74 convictions has warned young people of the...

 
Rhode Island tourism video mistakenly features Reykjavik

Rhode Island tourism video mistakenly features Reykjavik

Rhode Island officials have been forced to pull a new tourism video, designed to draw visitors to the state, after eagle-eyed viewers complained it showed a scene shot in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik. The state’s economic development agency, the Rhode...

 
Yahoo sets April 11 deadline for preliminary bids: WSJ

Yahoo sets April 11 deadline for preliminary bids: WSJ

Yahoo Inc (YHOO.O) has set an April 11 deadline to submit preliminary bids for its web business and Asian assets, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing sources. Yahoo asked bidders details regarding financing, conditions or approvals that...

 


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