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Mo Salah leaves stadium with his arm in a sling followed by Karius 

Liverpool Echo
The online petition has now passed 300,000 signatures... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:57:29 PM Categories: Liverpool Echo

Met Office issues further flood alerts on Bank Holiday Monday 

Birmingham Mail
People are warned to be vigilant in areas around Birmingham, Coleshill, Tamworth and Redditch... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:57:07 PM Categories: Birmingham Mail

Israeli army raids West Bank Palestinian camp after soldier death 

AFP
The Israeli army raided a Palestinian refugee camp in the occupied West Bank Monday, AFP journalists said, in an apparent hunt for suspects in the killing of a soldier.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:50:00 PM Categories: AFP

One killed, three injured in fresh Nicaragua violence 

AFP
A Nicaraguan government employee was killed and three other people injured over the weekend, officials said Sunday, the latest casualties of deadly political unrest that has wracked the Central American nation for more than a month.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:50:00 PM Categories: AFP

These are the best and worst stores on the high street, as voted for by shoppers 

Manchester Evening News
Consumer watchdog Which? asked more than 10,000 people for their views on 100 major retailers - and it was bad news for one very well-known name... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:47:36 PM Categories: Manchester Evening News

Sterlo reveals winner of legendary matchup 

Wide World of Sports
Following their final career matchup, NRL great Peter Sterling has revealed who came up trumps in the Cameron Smith-Johnathan Thurston duel.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:45:00 PM Categories: Wide World of Sports

Tall Ships Race in Liverpool Parade of Sail - timings, route map, road closures, where to watch 

Liverpool Echo
Bank holiday Monday sees a Tall Ships Parade of Sail and Song as they leave the River Mersey. Here's how to get involved... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:43:09 PM Categories: Liverpool Echo

Nabil Fekir scores stunning free kick for Lyon against Paris SG 

Liverpool Echo
Reds expected to try to get a deal done for the France international before the World Cup... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:38:21 PM Categories: Liverpool Echo

'No compo for MH17 victims' families' 

ABC News
The Russian Ambassador does not accept Australia's demand for compensation for the families of the MH17 victims, and accuses the Joint Investigation Team of relying on evidence from 'tainted' organisations.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:37:00 PM Categories: ABC News

Sweeping gene survey reveals new facets of evolution 

AFP
Who would have suspected that a handheld genetic test used to unmask sushi bars pawning off tilapia for tuna could deliver deep insights into evolution, including how new species emerge?... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:35:00 PM Categories: AFP

Revealed: WH Smith is voted UK's worst high street shop 

Evening Standard
WH Smith has been rated the worst high street retailer in the UK this year, according to a new survey. Shoppers criticised customer service, value for money and the standard of its stores, according to the Which? annual study. The retailer has been in the bottom two of its poll for an eighth consecutive year, the consumer association said. Lush, Savers and Smyths Toys were named the highest ranking shops. None made last year's top 10. Customers praised the smells of Lush stores, the prices at discount cosmetics store Savers, and the staff at Smyths Toys, Which? said. Lush was ranked joint first alongside Savers and Smyths Toys (Getty Images) Which? gathered comments from 10,356 shoppers about their experience at 100 major retailers. The customer scores given were based on experiences of purchasing items other than groceries, their level of satisfaction and the likelihood of recommending each shop. In the survey carried out in January, customers complained of out-of-date WHSmith shops, expensive products and rude staff. John Lewis fell to 10th place - its worst ranking since the annual survey launched in 2010 - but it still came out top when rated for its appliances and electronics, furniture and home, outdoor and sports and well-being and beauty. The survey also asked shoppers what they liked about shopping in-store and found customers value being able to touch, feel and try on items before purchasing (82%) and being able to ask staff questions (39%). But customers said they were put off by crowds (49%), queueing (49%) and the behaviour of other shoppers (38%). Ben Clissitt, Which? magazine editor, said: "It is clear that our traditional high street is changing and while this is bad news for some retailers who have struggled to adapt, others have seized the opportunity to make their mark. "Our findings show that if retailers can strike the right balance between good value, quality products and first-class customer service, shoppers will keep coming back to their stores." WHSmith has been contacted for comment. Additional reporting by Press Association.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:34:00 PM Categories: Evening Standard

James Ivory joins Italian drama 'Dance Again With Me Heywood!' 

The Hollywood Reporter
The Academy-Award winning writer, director and producer will narrate the young Italian production.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:30:00 PM Categories: The Hollywood Reporter

AFL fan banned for life after 'bloody brawl' 

The Age
An AFL fan who was allegedly involved in a post-match melee in a stadium bar has become the first person to be slapped with a permanent ban from the venue.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:30:00 PM Categories: The Age

Telstra hit with ratings downgrade over 'weak profitability' 

ABC News
Telstra is still the dominant market player, but it has been forced to accept lower margins to protect its throne against intense competition, according to Standard & Poor's.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:30:00 PM Categories: ABC News

Sam Johnstone's emotional goodbye to Aston Villa ahead of Manchester United return 

Birmingham Mail
The goalkeeper had this heart-warming message for the Villa fans... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:22:59 PM Categories: Birmingham Mail

Ex-Croxteth Crew gun thug used reputation to run mini-mobile prison smuggling plot 

Liverpool Echo
Wesley Brown, once shot himself, ran the racket while inside for firearms offences... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:22:34 PM Categories: Liverpool Echo

A Revealing Statue of Washington Arrives, but Not Its Champion 

The New York Times
A 200-year-old statue of George Washington in the buff arrived for an exhibition at the Frick Collection. The president of the museum in Italy that own that statue and others now at the Frick did not.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:22:00 PM Categories: The New York Times

Aussie dollar pushing higher to start the week 

Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar has opened the new trading week fractionally higher. A peace summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong UN next month now looks to be back on while Italy's President has blocked the appointment of eurosceptic Paolo Savona as Italy's new economy minister.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:20:53 PM Categories: Business Insider Australia

M54 closed near Wolverhampton and Cannock after crash on flooded carriageway 

Birmingham Mail
A collision due to flooding has seen the motorway closed as emergency repairs take place... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:17:30 PM Categories: Birmingham Mail

Setback for defence in McLachlan trial 

ABC News
The identities of three potential witnesses in actor Craig McLachlan's defamation trial cannot be supressed, the judge rules, saying she does not have enough information about what their evidence will be.... read more
 
Monday, May 28, 2018 2:15:00 PM Categories: ABC News
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