News archive from 30 March 2016, page 3

Neil Taylor would welcome 'fantastic' Brendan Rodgers back to Swansea 

Neil Taylor has said 'fantastic' manager Brendan Rodgers would be welcomed back at Swansea. Rodgers left Swansea for Liverpool in 2012 after taking the Welsh club into the Barclays Premier League for the first time and establishing them in the top...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 
Shandra Woworuntu: My life as a sex-trafficking victim

Shandra Woworuntu: My life as a sex-trafficking victim

Shandra Woworuntu arrived in the US hoping to start a new career in the hotel industry. Instead, she found she had been trafficked into a world of prostitution and sexual slavery, forced drug-taking and violence. It was months before she was able to...

BBC, 00:22 in World News
 

The giant fuel tank that could take us to Mars: Images show 200ft tall cylinder being built for world’s...

In order to explore the deep reaches of space, astronauts will need powerful rockets and a lot of fuel. Over the past week, Nasa has taken great strides toward this achievement, marking the completion of welding on hardware for the massive liquid...

 

Watch Freeview shows anywhere with EE TV: Service lets users stream and download programs to their mobiles...

If you want to watch TV on the tube, trains or while you are out and about, often not having an internet connection can be a problem.  And streaming TV when you do get a connection can require a large amount of data. From today, EE TV customers will...

 
Swansea ace: We'd love to have Brendan Rodgers back!

Swansea ace: We'd love to have Brendan Rodgers back!

Rodgers, 43, led the Welsh club to the Premier League during his two-year stint at the helm between 2010 and 2012, before making the move to Liverpool. Swans chiefs tried to convince the Northern Irishman to take over when Garry Monk was sacked in...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 

To catch a futuristic thief: Virtual machine guns, robo-security guards and drones will protect your home...

From burglar alarms that identify intruders, to robotic guards and even 'gun' turrets, homeowners of the future will have far more imaginative options to protect their property than today. A report about the future of home security predicts a future...

 

Kuvée's smart bottle is a ‘Keurig for alcohol': Wifi-connected gadget can be used with 50 different wines

A fresh bottle of wine is great, but it usually spoils within three to five days of popping the cork. A Boston startup has now redesigned the wine bottle to make it smarter and keep wine fresh for up to 30 days. Kuvée is a wine dispenser that prevents...

 
National Living Wage benefits 'to vary across the country'

National Living Wage benefits 'to vary across the country'

The number of workers benefiting from the new National Living Wage (NLW) will vary dramatically across the country, according to a think tank. The Resolution Foundation said that in some parts of the UK as much as a third of the workforce will get a...

BBC, 00:23 in Business
 

Daniel Sturridge hopes life does not reflect art

If Luis Suárez taught Daniel Sturridge anything, it was the power of the periphery. To watch the Uruguayan is to watch a player who understands, instinctively, the virtue of getting lost. He does all he can to fade from view, drift from his marker’s...

The Times, 00:24 in Sport
 
‘Troublesome lion' escapes from South African park for second time

‘Troublesome lion' escapes from South African park for second time

A lion that earned the nickname Spook – “ghost” in Afrikaans – after it escaped from a national park in South Africa and eluded searchers for more than three weeks has broken out of the park again. A spokeswoman at Karoo National Park said on Tuesday...

 
Elliot injury deals Ireland and Newcastle huge blow

Elliot injury deals Ireland and Newcastle huge blow

Ireland 2 Slovakia 2 What should have been a night of pride and possibility for Rob Elliot descended into painful dismay as Ireland’s preparations for Euro 2016 were undermined by injury. In a development that could have enormous significance for...

The Times, 00:24 in Sport
 

Solid enough from Wayne Rooney as he gets grilling in in ITV studio

Sport on Televsion Much has been said about the uncertain international future of Wayne Rooney — some of it with an unpleasant, faintly gleeful edge. So it was good last night to see the man himself deliver an unignorable riposte to the sceptics,...

The Times, 00:24 in Sport
 

GM sees U.S. market share stabilizing despite cut in fleet

DETROIT General Motors Co (GM.N) plans to cut sales to U.S. rental car fleets by 80,000 to 90,000 vehicles this year without surrendering significant market share, the head of the automaker’s North American operations told Reuters on Tuesday. GM sold...

Reuters, 00:24 in Business
 

Bulgaria's vigilante migrant 'hunter'

A Bulgarian trader in spare parts for buses has become a national celebrity after starting to patrol the Turkish border "hunting" for migrants. Many Bulgarians applaud his vigilante initiative, though others are deeply troubled....

BBC, 00:25 in World News
 
National living wage introduction 'to boost pay packets of 4.5 million workers'

National living wage introduction 'to boost pay packets of 4.5 million workers'

Torridge in Devon, Rossendale in Lancashire, Woking in Surrey and Castle Point in Essex were named as the areas most likely to benefit from the £7.20 an hour rate for adults. The Resolution Foundation said employers in these areas will see...

 


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