Mum branded 'pathetic' for wanting to pay her bills with her baby's money 

Liverpool Echo
The discussion has caused quite the controversy on Mumsnet... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:37:57 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Three teenagers arrested after man attacked in Walton 

Liverpool Echo
The man, believed to be in his 50s, was taken to hospital with facial injuries... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:37:25 Categories: Liverpool Echo

What the only survivor of Audi involved in the Belgrave Middleway crash has said 

Birmingham Mail
The mother of one of the victims shouted to Zakkria Khan that he was lying... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:36:57 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Feature: 10 moments that have made Red Bull 

Read Sport
For any Formula 1 team celebrating a specific landmark is always a special occasion - and in Monaco one of the giants on the current grid did just that. In 2005, rising from the ashes of Jaguar, Red Bull Racing emerged as the latest in the long line of F1 teams giving one of the most exciting, exhilarating sports on the planet a real crack. 13 years later, the team is celebrating reaching 250 grand prix starts, and in that time it has become not only one of the most successful teams in F1's 68 years of competition but also one of the greatest brands the sport has ever seen. Red Bull's record speaks for itself: four drivers' championships, four constructors' championships, 57 wins, 59 pole positions, 151 podiums and 58 fastest laps. While the records have flown and the accolades cherished, Red Bull's eye for spotting young, talented, hungry racers has no doubt played a major part in its success. From the exceptional rise of Sebastian Vettel, to the brilliance and charisma of Daniel Ricciardo, to the determination and hunger of Max Verstappen - Red Bull has nurtured some of the most exciting, vibrant, tenacious racing drivers from wannabe stars to race winners and world champions. From its inaugural entry in Australia '05, to celebrating pool side in the Monaco harbour 250 races later, lets reflect on 10 moments in that period that has made Red Bull one of the class acts of F1.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:36:21 Categories: Omnisport Read Sport

Feature: 10 moments that have made Red Bull 

Read Sport
For any Formula 1 team celebrating a specific landmark is always a special occasion - and in Monaco one of the giants on the current grid did just that. In 2005, rising from the ashes of Jaguar, Red Bull Racing emerged as the latest in the long line of F1 teams giving one of the most exciting, exhilarating sports on the planet a real crack. 13 years later, the team is celebrating reaching 250 grand prix starts, and in that time it has become not only one of the most successful teams in F1's 68 years of competition but also one of the greatest brands the sport has ever seen. Red Bull's record speaks for itself: four drivers' championships, four constructors' championships, 57 wins, 59 pole positions, 151 podiums and 58 fastest laps. While the records have flown and the accolades cherished, Red Bull's eye for spotting young, talented, hungry racers has no doubt played a major part in its success. From the exceptional rise of Sebastian Vettel, to the brilliance and charisma of Daniel Ricciardo, to the determination and hunger of Max Verstappen - Red Bull has nurtured some of the most exciting, vibrant, tenacious racing drivers from wannabe stars to race winners and world champions. From its inaugural entry in Australia '05, to celebrating pool side in the Monaco harbour 250 races later, lets reflect on 10 moments in that period that has made Red Bull one of the class acts of F1.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:36:21 Categories: Read Sport

At the border, my son was taken from me (opinion) 

CNN
"I am proof that parents who are legally seeking asylum are being separated from their children for seemingly no reason," writes Mirian G., who came to the US from Honduras, and was separated from her 18-month-old child.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:33:16 Categories: CNN

Six of the coolest cycling destinations - from Madagascar to South Korea 

The Independent
What better way to intimately connect with a destination than from the vantage of a bicycle saddle?...... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:30:00 Categories: The Independent

Trump says Kim Jong Un will send his right-hand man to US for summit 

Bloomberg
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has dispatched one of his top aides to New York for talks ahead of his planned summit with Donald Trump next month, the U.S. president said on Twitter.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:28:00 Categories: Bloomberg

New app takes stress out of parking in Melbourne's CBD 

9News.com.au
Relentlessly circling the CBD to catch a glimpse of an empty car space could be a stress left behind by a new parking app.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:27:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Revealed: How much cash Aston Villa need to raise this summer 

Birmingham Mail
The club missed out on promotion and now face a third season in the Championship... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:24:38 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Police smash alleged ice-trafficking syndicate 

9News.com.au
Police have smashed a large-scale ice-trafficking syndicate operating across Queensland, executing more than 40 raids and swooping on 100 suspects.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:23:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Rickman letters reveal frustration over 'Harry Potter' 

Deadline
<p>The archive, which is auctioned off, is a collection of personal papers and letters that span his 40-year career as an actor.</p>... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:22:00 Categories: Deadline

Large fire on Widnes industrial estate causes explosions and sends plume of black smoke into the air 

Liverpool Echo
Fire services are currently on the scene tackling the blaze... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:21:02 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Nationals brace for voter backlash over Barnaby Joyce's paid interview 

Sydney Morning Herald
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack said "the court of public opinion" would deliver its verdict on Joyce at the next election.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:21:00 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald

Opinion: Now is perfect time for LeBron-Jordan GOAT debate 

USA TODAY SPORTS
Michael Jordan or LeBron James? The Greatest Of All Time debate in the NBA is extremely important. So why can't we have it now?... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:20:06 Categories: USA TODAY SPORTS

Northern Ireland abortion reform not a matter for Westminster, says No10 

Evening Standard
Downing Street today insisted abortion reform in Northern Ireland is not a matter for Westminster as Theresa May comes under increasing pressure from MPs to intervene. More than 140 MPs have said they want the Prime Minister to overturn the province's strict abortion laws while senior Cabinet figures have spoken out in favour of reform. Mrs May's spokesman said: "We are of the view that this is a devolved matter and that people in Northern Ireland are entitled to their own process run by locally elected politicians." Asked about the fact that the power-sharing executive collapsed last year, the spokesman said: "That issue would be for the people of Northern Ireland and would need to be decided by a functioning executive." Leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom, is the latest high profile Conservative woman in the Cabinet backing reforms to Northern Ireland's abortion laws. She would prefer to see change brought in through a revived executive. A source said: "Mrs Leadsom is very supportive of the calls for Northern Ireland to be brought in line with the rest of the UK and thinks it demonstrates why it's crucial for the Northern Irish executive to reach a deal as soon as possible so they can address the issue." International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has also said she wants to see change in the province and four former women and equalities ministers have signalled they would like the Prime Minister to intervene. Labour MP Stella Creasy is set to table an amendment to the Domestic Violence Bill currently passing through Parliament that would enable Mrs May to legislate to relax abortion laws. But there is concern that the Prime Minister is reticent to over-ride a devolved matter because she depends on the votes of the socially conservative Democratic Unionist Party to get Brexit votes through the Commons. The Irish Republic overwhelmingly voted to overturn the country's abortion ban in a landmark referendum on Friday and was meeting today to sign off the next steps.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:19:36 Categories: Evening Standard

Neighbourhood Weekender to return in 2019 - how to get tickets 

Manchester Evening News
Early bird weekend tickets will go on sale this Thursday at a discounted price for next year's Warrington festival... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:18:09 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Restaurant owner loses $50k in produce after power cut off 

9News.com.au
Energy companies might be locked in a never ending battled to secure our business but one restaurant owner says signing up with Energy Australia placed her business on the edge of a financial abyss.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:18:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Dec breaks silence after first show hosting Britain's Got Talent solo plagued by issues 

Birmingham Mail
He tweeted: "Thanks for all your lovely messages tonight, it was quite an evening!"... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:17:12 Categories: Birmingham Mail

'Please deport my son' 

9News.com.au
Tony and Jill Lewis have taken naughty corner discipline to the extreme, pleading with Peter Dutton to send their son back to the UK.... read more
 
29. toukokuuta 2018 17:15:00 Categories: 9News.com.au
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