Queen considers inviting Trump for state visit 

Sky News
A Donald Trump state visit next year is "under consideration", Downing Street has confirmed.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:37:35 Categories: Sky News

Opinion: Why Black Friday sales are not for the truly frugal 

MarketWatch
Here's the problem: Once getting a bargain becomes one of life's great pleasures, you're a lost soul as far as the philosophy of frugality is concerned.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:37:33 Categories: MarketWatch

MH370 relatives to search for debris in Madagascar 

BBC News
Relatives of missing MH370 passengers say they plan to travel to Madagascar to search for debris and clues.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:17 Categories: BBC News

Horwill has successful surgery on gruesome injury 

Omnisport
Harlequins lock James Horwill attempted to play on with a badly dislocated left index finger, which is now back in place following surgery.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:15 Categories: Omnisport

'Always pressure playing for Australia' 

Teamtalk
Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood feels that there is always pressure on players wearing the Baggy Green to perform even in a dead rubber. Australia face a Proteas team hell bent on completing a whitewash after a week of nasty incidents following the second Test in Hobart. ... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:13 Categories: Teamtalk

Cheika says Ireland toughest challenge on rugby tour 

AFP
Australia will face the sternest of challenges against Ireland next Saturday as they bid to maintain their quest to emulate the 1984 Wallabies and achieve a Grand Slam over the Home Nations, said coach Michael Cheika.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:12 Categories: AFP

'X Factor' announces its winner 

AAP
Isaiah Firebrace has won Australia's X Factor on his birthday, beating runner up Davey Woder.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:10 Categories: AAP

Bruno Mars UK tour 2017: Tickets go on sale for London 24K Magic shows 

Evening Standard
Pint-sized pop superstar Bruno Mars is bringing The 24K Magic World Tour to London next April, and tickets for his three shows go on sale today, November 21, at 10am. The Uptown Funk singer will play The O2 on Tuesday April 18, Wednesday 19, 2017 and Friday April 21. His support act will be American funkster Anderson .Paak. Tickets can be bought here. Mars' tour, named for his recently released album and single of the same name, will play a total of 11 dates in the UK, commencing in the Glasgow on April 12 and concluding on May 6 in Sheffield. Read more Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk named biggest track of 2015 Pronounced "24 karat magic", the new album features 11-time Grammy winning R&B singer and producer Babyface, who has helped Mars advance his Gap-Band-meets-P-Funk sound heard on the lead single, which appears to pay homage to Parliament, James Brown and legendary hip-hop group The Treacherous Three. It's not clear who's to blame for Mars' recent lyrics, which include "Don't look too hard/Might hurt ya'self/Known to give the color red the blues". In fairness to the singer, it's easy to fit his lyrics into almost any sentence. Don't believe me? Just watch. Follow David Ellis on Twitter @dvh_ellis Follow Going Out on Facebook and on Twitter @ESgoingout... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:08 Categories: Evening Standard

9 best hand creams to use in winter 

Evening Standard
It's about this time of year we notice how little care we take of our hands. Our face, of course, is different: all those serums, all that SPF. But our hands are seldom protected - and their delicate skin is often the earliest to age, with wrinkles and sun spots. It's only now, as cold winds and blasts of central heating start to make our hands feel dry, even chapped and sore, that they really demand our attention. Happily, today's hand creams bring great results. And they don't have to smell like some fruity alcopop. There's a range to suit most tastes and budgets. And for anyone wanting to go the extra mile, to erase sun damage and even out fine lines, there are some rather excellent treatments. How, ahem, handy... 1. La Roche-Posay Lipikar Hand Repair A French pharmacy classic, this cream from La Roche-Posay Thermal works to repair the skin's natural barriers: it's a miracle-worker for chapped or sensitive hands. On offer, £3.37 at boots.com 2. Cowshed Cow Pat With a fragrance based around grapefruit and coriander this is a good unisex choice, with a nourishing blend of shea and cocoa butter. £8 at cowshedonline.com 3. Bamford Botanic Hand Cream With healing rosehip oil and a fragrance of camomile and lavender, this is one of those creams that is effective and makes you feel a bit spoilt. £22 at bamford.co.uk 4. Nivea Hand Q-10 Plus Age-Defying Hand Cream Excellent value and quickly absorbed, this is particularly designed to plump fine lines on the hands - and with UV filters to prevent further ageing. £4.09 at superdrug.com 5. ZO Skin Health Oraser Nourishing Hand Creme The most effective anti-ageing option before you go for a clinical treatment, this cream is packed with retinols to trigger cell rejuvenation, amino acids to support the skin structure and a brightening complex to work on pigmentation. £49 at zo-skinhealth.co.uk 6. Bobbi Brown Extra Hand Cream This rich hand cream contains sugars that gently exfoliate, liquorice extract to lessen any discolouration, and a nourishing blend of apricot kernel and avocado oils. One to keep with you at all times. £22 at selfridges.com 7. Immaculate Manicure Part treat, part treatment, spend an hour in the Nail Loft and come out with beautifully restored hands. Hands are exfoliated, massaged with a hand mask and then placed into hot mittens. Then there's a manicure with the season's nail colour and you're good to go. £57 at urbanretreat.co.uk (above Harrods, SW1) 8. Kate Kerr Anti-Ageing Hand Treatment with Micro-needling Loved by Naomi Watts and Gwyneth Paltrow, micro-needling is a celebrated (and surprisingly pain-free) treatment in which tiny pricks are made in the skin to kick-start production of collagen and elastin. Ideal for tightening loose skin on the back of the hands and boosting tone and texture. £250 at katekerrlondon.co.uk (in the Mondrian London, SE1). 9. VI Peel If your skin is looking raddled and worse for wear, this is your five-star option. A chemical peel, it works by removing the dead and dehydrated upper layers of skin, encouraging cell turnover and stimulating collagen growth in the dermis beneath. With instant results, the VI Peel is particularly good for sun damage and will also enable creams and lotions to penetrate skin better. £275 at phiclinic.com... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:07 Categories: Evening Standard

School placed in lockdown after reports of knifeman 'wearing a clown mask' 

Liverpool Echo
Eyewitness said she saw man with a mask on "chasing other mums with their kids."... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:05 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Ryanair launch first flash sale for Cyber Week with 250,000 seats from £9.99 

Liverpool Echo
The airline's Black Friday event starts today with January and February 2017 flights starting at £9.99... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:03 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Woman taken to hospital after car overturns in Widnes 

Liverpool Echo
Police and ambulance staff attend incident on Moor Lane... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:24:01 Categories: Liverpool Echo

8 things you can buy at the Artisan's Winter Fair at the Palm House 

Liverpool Echo
Be inspired and pick out the perfect Christmas present... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:59 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Christmas in Manchester: Santa's grottos, pantomimes and other family-friendly festive fun 

Manchester Evening News
From Christmas markets and ice skating to carol concerts and Nativity plays, we've rounded up 20 things to do with the kids in Manchester over the festive season... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:57 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has a warning for the next generation 

Manchester Evening News
Man United great Ryan Giggs is concerned that big pay packets are going to young players' heads... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:55 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Block of flats in Stockport earmarked for demolition deliberately set alight 

Manchester Evening News
Firefighters battle blaze and find evidence of rough sleepers in abandoned building... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:53 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Manchester United must not repeat Van Gaal decision with Mourinho claims Sneijder 

Manchester Evening News
Jose Mourinho has plenty of backing at Manchester United and Wesley Sneijder has offered the club board some more advice.... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:52 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Winter Wonderland organisers say sorry for 'mudbath' event 

Evening Standard
Furious punters have slammed a "disappointing" Christmas winter wonderland event, branding it an "absolutely disgusting mud bath". The Bakewell Winter Wonderland, in Derbyshire, left festive revellers furious over claims the ground was thick with mud. Adverts for the event - which cost £7 for adults and children over five - promised a Santa's grotto, craft stalls and reindeer. However, day-trippers took to social media to complain about a lack of vendors, describing the event as a "glorified funfair". One Facebook user said her children had been left disappointed when they were told at 4.45pm that the reindeers featured at the show had "gone to bed". 'Huge disappointment': Some festive day-trippers complained that their children fell over in the mud (Rob Beer/ Facebook ) Others faced two-hour long queues to get into the Bakewell Showground. Rachel Hackett wrote on Facebook: "It's a glorified funfair, with a few stalls, the indoor marquee is good, however the floor is extremely slippy. My daughter fell over." Jodie Williams added: "Winter Wonderland? You should not be advertising this event with that title! "I love Christmas fayres, but this just felt like Donington market (with a £7 entry fee) with a few rides thrown in. "Yes, there's music, yes there's an (empty) ice rink but in all honesty I wish I'd have stayed at home." Karen Duffy Gaskell said: "Very disappointed. Nothing Christmassy about it, even Santa didn't turn up." The fair was open from Friday until Sunday and will open again from December 9 - 11. A statement posted on the event's Facebook page said: "We can only apologise for any inconvenience caused, however we cannot avoid the awful weather we have experienced." Shaun Hogg, the event's organiser, said in a statement to the BBC: "Planned measures were put in place to combat the mud, including removing surface water overnight and laying straw. "Organisers are sorry to hear some people have not enjoyed the event, but the majority of feedback has been positive."... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:49 Categories: Evening Standard

NextEV unveils 1360bhp Nio EP9 electric supercar 

Autocar
Just six examples of halo model to be built; a mainstream electric vehicle will follow next year... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:48 Categories: Autocar

Parking bays to be widened in UK following SUV boom 

Auto Express
The growing popularity of SUVs has caused car park collisions to rise by over a third in the last two years... read more
 
21. marraskuuta 2016 17:23:46 Categories: Auto Express
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