Explained: The reasons why Aston Villa blocked a move for Micah Richards 

Birmingham Mail
Despite interest from the Premier League this summer, Micah Richards remains at Villa... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:21 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Eddie Howe on West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "I owe a lot of my career to him" 

Birmingham Mail
Howe has not forgotten the impact Pulis had on him as a player and manager... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:20 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Prepare for invasion of 200 billion daddy-long-legs 

Birmingham Mail
Record number of daddy-long-legs on their way... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:18 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Are Aston Villa set to lead the way in 'virtual reality' football? Dr Tony Xia latest comment suggests so 

Birmingham Mail
Could this be the future of watching the Villa?... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:17 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Ikea hopes new dining club will inspire Londoners to get back in the kitchen 

Evening Standard
The head of a new pop-up restaurant that teaches nervous amateur cooks how to host the perfect dinner party says he wants to inspire Londoners to get back in the kitchen. Ikea has launched a Dining Club in Shoreditch where Londoners can cook for themselves and up to 19 friends - with expert help on standby. Under the supervision of a head chef, hosts who book a free three-hour slot will prepare Scandinavian-inspired dishes including salmon and prawn ceviche, pan-fried pollock and rulltårta (Swedish roly-poly). Read more IKEA launches completely free DIY dining club in London The meal will be created in a private Ikea kitchen and served in a dining room with a maître d' and waiting staff. All of the washing up and cleaning is done by staff at the pop-up, which opens on Saturday and is taking bookings until September 25. Jordi Esquinas, head of cooking and eating for Ikea, told the Standard: "We want to inspire people to get back in the kitchen and show them that there is a huge amount of joy to be had from cooking for others." He added: "I am from Spain, and in the 18 months I have been here I have realised how much of a difference there is between the UK and Spain in terms of hosting and cooking together as a family. In Spain it is much more of an occasion to cook at home." With a chef to help, I soon feel like Nigella As soon as I am told I will be preparing mackerel, I am nervous. Deboning a delicate fish and listening to the expert instruction of Fred the chef, all while trying not to cut my fingers off, seems like quite the task - especially when you are a calamity in the kitchen like me. But after a little encouragement, I feel as though I am practically Nigella, chopping and dicing away like a professional. Soon I have learned how best to prepare the fish and what to serve it with - while keeping one eye on the all-important presentation. The final result is, even if I say so myself, quite impressive. If the Ikea kitchen can teach me a thing or two about cooking then I am sure most Londoners will take something away from it. As long as it encourages more people to cook together, it can only be a good thing. Sweden-born chef Fred Bolin, who will run most of the sessions, said: "I am looking forward to teaching people new things. I think it will be a lot of fun. We will be taking traditional foods and tarting them up a bit to make them look dinner party ready." Ikea came up with the idea for the DIY restaurant after a survey of 2,000 Britons showed more than a third felt they did not have the time or space to host a dinner party. For those who do not fancy the challenge of cooking for up to 20, the pop-up is also holding workshops covering topics including Swedish baking and clean eating. Instagram foodie Pixie Turner and former Great British Bake Off winner Edd Kimber are some of the guests due to host sessions. For more information on The Dining Club and to book your own brunch, lunch or dinner party, visit ikeathediningclub.com Follow Going Out on Facebook and on Twitter @ESgoingout... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:15 Categories: Evening Standard

Opinion: Is the Conservative West Midlands mayor selection a bit of a stitch up? 

Birmingham Mail
The Conservative Party seem to have a candidate lined up for the West Midlands mayor election, but it hasn't been a very open process... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:13 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Birmingham City: Why Paul Caddis was happy to play for the Under 23s 

Birmingham Mail
This is why the Blues defender was happy to turn out for the development side... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:12 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Watch: Does CBeebies presenter drop the C-bomb whilst singing on kids TV? 

Birmingham Mail
Lots of people think he did... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:10 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Flybe air stewardess wins sex discrimination case 

Birmingham Mail
Emma Seville said Brum airline refused to negotiate working hours after she had baby... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:08 Categories: Birmingham Mail

West Bromwich Albion takeover takes a huge step forward, here's what the Premier League say 

Birmingham Mail
Guochuan Lai's acquisition could get full approval by the end of next week... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:07 Categories: Birmingham Mail

First look inside new Turkish restaurant Konya's Gold complete with terrace 

Birmingham Mail
Prepare to be transported to Istanbul at the latest restaurant to hit Brum... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:05 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Aston Villa: Here's the free transfer XI Roberto Di Matteo might look to sign 

Birmingham Mail
Here is a free transfer XI of players that could be of interest to Aston Villa manager Roberto Di Matteo... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:04 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Bayliss sticks the boot into his England team: 'We played like pretty boys' 

Sky Sports
England coach Trevor Bayliss said his team "played like pretty boys" in their comprehensive T20 defeat to Pakistan.... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:02 Categories: Sky Sports

'It's meaningless': Howe rubbishes Arsenal link 

Sky Sports
Eddie Howe has insisted he is committed to Bournemouth following reports on Thursday that Arsenal want to hire him. ... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:02:00 Categories: Sky Sports

'His football is boring, I don't like him': Zlatan's agent Raiola berates Guardiola 

Mirror
"I don't hate him, but I don't like him" said the agent, who hasn't been shy in running his mouth after earning north of £25m this summer... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:01:59 Categories: Mirror

Ibrahimovic's contempt for 'coward' Guardiola burns brightly as derby looms 

The Guardian
The Swede's ego was bruised under Guardiola at Barcelona and now the pair, at United and City respectively, meet in Saturday's Manchester derby with revenge on the striker's mind... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:01:57 Categories: The Guardian

400 acres donated to Yosemite National Park 

Associated Press
FRESNO, Calif. - Robin Wainwright could have cashed-in on pristine grassland and forest he owned along the border with Yosemite National Park - building an upscale resort for a few fortunate guests.Wainwright and his wife Nancy, however, decided to take a slight loss on their investment and sold it to a land trust, which donated it Wednesday to Yosemite.It expands the park by 400 acres, Yosemite's largest addition in nearly 70 years.The public will soon be able to enjoy the...... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:01:56 Categories: Associated Press

Bridgegate Is Back! 5 Things to Know About Traffic Trial 

NBC News
The scandal that has dogged Gov. Christie for years will be given new life on Thursday when the trial of two of his former allies gets underway.... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 16:01:54 Categories: NBC News

Apple's wireless headphones are 'like a tampon without a string' 

The Guardian
Consumers are perplexed by Apple's new iPhone 7 AirPods because of one obvious oversight: that string is there so they don't get lost... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 15:45:24 Categories: The Guardian

Dancer speaks out over Strictly's relationship 'curse' 

Huffington Post UK
'Strictly Come Dancing' professional Pasha Kovalev has insisted he's not worried about the so-called "'Strictly' curse" ahead of the new series... read more
 
8. syyskuuta 2016 15:45:22 Categories: Huffington Post UK
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