June 10, 2019

Poland honours national soccer player murdered in Holocaust

Jozef Klotz, a Polish Jewish soccer player who scored the national team's first ever goal in an international match but was later murdered by the Nazis, was honoured by Poland's football association on Monday.
June 10, 2019

Big guns could be spiked at wide-open U.S. Open

A premium iron player will likely win this week's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where Zach Johnson has almost as good a chance of prevailing as Dustin Johnson in the third major championship of the year.
June 10, 2019

Ex-RBS exec Brown to take helm at Sainsbury’s Bank

A former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) executive is to become the next boss of J Sainsbury's financial services arm as the supermarket giant tries to rebuild the division's profitability.
June 10, 2019

Unlikely hero Santos rebuilds Portugal in his low-key style

Pragmatic and down-to-earth as ever, Portugal coach Fernando Santos has overcome the loss of several key players to build a team that are maybe stronger than the Euro 2016 winners.
June 10, 2019

Da Vinci’s ‘missing’ masterpiece surfaces on Saudi prince’s yacht

A Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece whose whereabouts has been a mystery since it sold in 2017 for $643 million has turned up in an unlikely place
June 10, 2019

ScotRail fails again as more than 18,000 trains are cancelled

MORE than 18,000 ScotRail trains failed to run in the 12 months to April, a shocking rise of 60 percent.
June 10, 2019

Daughter ‘broken’ by mum’s lightning strike death on Scots hill

THE daughter of a hillwalker killed by a lightning strike last night told of her devastation.
June 10, 2019

Happiness may be a choice – except that it’s constrained by vested economic interests

Happiness may well be a choice, but it is a difficult choice. And much that might make that choice a little easier depends on the choices of influential others.
June 10, 2019

Two plant species disappeared every year for the last 250 years

New study has shown more plants have died out than birds, mammals and amphibians combined
June 10, 2019

Powerful image of new mum with strikes chord with parents everywhere

The new baby is often the focus of all the attention but it's important not to forget about mum too..
June 10, 2019

No prosecution for paedophiles watching child porn says law reform group

Recommendation comes as part of an effort to reduce the rise in sexual offences
June 10, 2019

BBC announces it will scrap free TV licences for over-75s

Benefit will be limited to households where someone is receiving pension credit