Wirral Council to introduce 'flag flying protocol' 

Liverpool Echo
These are the rules on when and how you fly the Union Jack at full and half mast... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:37 Categories: Liverpool Echo

'Gang of kids' will get their chances says Formby skipper Cockbain 

Liverpool Echo
Youthful Premier Division runners-up looking to build upon promising season... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:35 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Woman baffled as picture of mum with sunflower gets shared nearly 25,000 times 

Liverpool Echo
Maureen might soon be more famous than Van Gogh's sunflowers... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:33 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Stella McCartney confirms position as world's most environmentally friendly designer while models dance their way down her runway in Paris 

Evening Standard
Stella McCartney today confirmed her position as the world's most environmentally friendly designer, showcasing a collection of organic cotton muslin, eco-friendly suede and vegan leather at Paris Fashion Week. McCartney has made it her mission to disprove the idea that ethically conscious fashion must be all hemp and sludge green, but this season she seemed intent on celebrating those clichés, with natural tones a mainstay. A loose silhouette dominated, while boiler suits covered with logos and skater T-shirts added some fun to the no-nonsense separates. She also used streetwear to shout about her ecological philosophy, including cycling tops printed with the phrases "animal free" and "all is love". Read more Kendall walks Givenchy show in Paris in front of Kim, Gigi and Zayn McCartney's business recently announced its first environmental profit and loss account, which assessed the impact its fabrics have on the natural world. She is keen for other firms to pay closer attention to their environmental footprint - but also to ensure ethical fashion is not viewed as the dour and joyless industry it once was. Follow Lifestyle on Facebook and on Twitter @ESLifeandStyle... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:32 Categories: Evening Standard

Aston Villa job could come too soon for candidate Dean Smith 

Birmingham Mail
Villa legend Nigel Spink reckons the Brentford boss is an interesting case... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:30 Categories: Birmingham Mail

How did Everton loanee Shani Tarashaj fare on Frankfurt debut? 

Liverpool Echo
Everton forward struggles to make impression on Bundesliga bow... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:28 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Lifeguards left red-faced as RNLI car sinks on Crosby beach 

Liverpool Echo
They had to be rescued by another RNLI crew... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:27 Categories: Liverpool Echo

ECHO readers react to accusations Caroline Aherne abused her ex-husband 

Liverpool Echo
Some questioned the timing while others thought it was right to speak out... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:25 Categories: Liverpool Echo

What is Google Pixel? Carphone Warehouse leak, price and everything you need to know ahead of the Google event announcement 

Manchester Evening News
The phone by Google has been leaked ahead of the official unveiling but how much will it cost and is it worth your time?... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:23 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Yobs throw brick through window of bus full of passengers 

Manchester Evening News
Passengers, including some young children, were forced to dive for cover when three vandals chucked the brick through the window on the lower deck... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:22 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Tyson Fury announces retirement from boxing in expletive-filled tweet 

Manchester Evening News
Fury pulled out of his world title fight with Wladimir Klitschko, then reportedly failed a drugs test for cocaine... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:20 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Police want to demolish farmhouse in Kos in hunt for missing Ben Needham 

Evening Standard
Police searching for missing toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos are in talks to knock down part of a farmhouse at the site. Forensic experts and archaeologists have begun a second week of excavation at the site where 21-month-old Ben went missing in 1991. Detective Inspector Jon Cousins said he was negotiating with the family who own the farmhouse at the site - which was not yet built when Ben went missing - because he wants part of it demolished. He said: "I'm in negotiation with the family that own the farmhouse. Dig: South Yorkshire Police watch on as excavated soil is unloaded for examination. (Getty Images) "There is reason for me to consider removing a small part of this farmhouse in order so that I can be sure that I have not missed any opportunity to find the answers that I need to." He said he "fully understands the concerns" of the family - of whom many members had grown up in the building. Hunt: The Greek rescue services sift through excavated soil at the search site. (Getty Images) The operation was now back on schedule after an obstacle last week when a suspected ancient burial site was discovered. The dig continued Ben's sister described the pain the family is feeling while they wait for news. Missing: Ben Needham disappeared from the Greek island of Kos in 1991 (PA) Leighanna Needham, told Good Morning Britain: "None of us want to believe that we were going to find something there because that's 25 years of fighting and pain and hurt that could have been ended 25 years ago. "We're a family that's lived in hope. And what do you do when that hope's all gone? How do you continue when there's nothing left?" The excavation began after new evidence was found that the Sheffield toddler may have been killed and buried there, yards from where he vanished while his grandfather was renovating a property. A 19-strong team from South Yorkshire Police was sent to the island to investigate claims that the toddler might have been killed by a digger driver working on the 2.5-acre site. Ben's mother, Kerry Needham, had been warned to "prepare for the worst".... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:19 Categories: Evening Standard

Chef 'thought mouse droppings were spices' at Sanctum Soho Hotel fined over hygiene breaches 

Evening Standard
A chef at a four-star hotel favoured by Harry Styles and Britney Spears thought mouse droppings littering the floor and work surfaces of his kitchen were "spices", a court heard. Health inspectors found a mouse nest in the staff room of the Sanctum Soho Hotel, droppings on food containers and next to fresh produce, and a kitchen smelling of mouse urine. One of the rodents was spotted emerging from a storage area and scuttling across the floor during the inspection, Hammersmith magistrates court heard. Gnawed biscuits, mouldy fruit and filthy kitchen equipment were also uncovered at the hotel, in Warwick Street, Soho. Prosecutor Benjamin Waidhofer told the court: "When questioned the chef said he thought the droppings were a spice. "He was not able to tell the difference between a spice and a mouse dropping." Sanctum Soho Hotel, which describes itself as a "hip boutique hotel", was told to improve following its first inspection in April last year, but had made little progress when revisited a month later. Westminster City Council then shut down the kitchens because of "an immediate risk to public health", noting that there were still mouse droppings in the same place on a shelf in the storage area. Sanctum London Limited and its parent company Concept Venues Limited both pleaded guilty to six breaches of health and safety laws around hygiene. District Judge Kenneth Grant fined Sanctum £15,000 and Concept Venues £4,500, and ordered both companies to shoulder the £4,534 coast of the prosecution. The court heard the hotel has now hired new pest controllers, fired chefs at the Number 20 restaurant, and are planning a renovation of the kitchens. Bosses initially kept the restaurant open using food from the hotel next door, but it has now closed its doors until renovation work had been completed. The latest inspection in June this year found no signs of a mouse infestation but only awarded a food hygiene rating of two out of five. Mr Waidhofer told the court: "Although they had improved they were not given a glowing report."... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:17 Categories: Evening Standard

French woman gets tax demand sent to her grave 

The Telegraph
Nothing in life is certain except death and taxes, the old adage goes, but it seems that not even death is enough to deter the overzealous French taxman.... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:15 Categories: The Telegraph

Advocates: Sperm bank industry lacks oversight 

CBS News
Lawsuits accuse some clinics of losing biological materials or failing to properly screen donors... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:13 Categories: CBS News

Man details grizzly attack on Facebook 

CBS News
Todd Orr knows he was lucky to escape encounter in Montana, and with his face still bloody, he offers a warning to others... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:12 Categories: CBS News

Mothers and daughters see own struggles reflected in Hillary Clinton 

The Guardian
Philadelphia women reflect on the challenges faced by the first female presidential nominee of a major party - and how she has inspired them... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:48:10 Categories: The Guardian

Trump use a rally to turn the tables on Clinton 

The New York Times
Looking to regain his footing after one of the most difficult weeks of his candidacy, Mr. Trump will use a rally to try to turn the tables on Hillary Clinton on the subject of incomes and wealth.... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:31:46 Categories: The New York Times

Sharks look to make stars 'one-club players' 

9News.com.au
Cronulla are set to offer long-term NRL deals to young guns Valentine Holmes and Jack Bird.... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:31:45 Categories: 9News.com.au

Michelin starred restaurants in and around Birmingham 

Birmingham Mail
The Michelin Guide 2017 is out today. Here are the mighty Michelin restaurants you can visit in and around Birmingham... read more
 
3. lokakuuta 2016 18:31:43 Categories: Birmingham Mail
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