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BBC Radio Ulster
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this morning on rent on Gumtree whatever the British and Irish Lions player to New Zealand later today for the grilling 10 match the headline bo3 test series against the world champion of the All Blacks it's been 46 years since the Lions won a series in New Zealand to Ian McGeechan was part of the Lions coaching team the last time they visited in 2005 and it's been telling Matt Dawson there is no bigger challenges facing the All Blacks you have to go to New Zealand to understand this is actually getting to understand the country and what drives them but number one sport is rugby and so it dries the hall so she'll be any New Zealand particular because it's small country has been defined by its rugby you have to have opportunities to see that and experience of which is Ryan 2005 I insist.
Sky News
7 minutes
Many drivers are ignoring tough new sanctions against using mobile phones while at the wheel with more than 200 motorists still getting caught each day. From March, the penalty was doubled, with drivers receiving six points on their licence and a £200 fine. Despite that, the following four-week period saw 6,000 drivers punished across the country. That is equivalent to one driver getting caught every seven minutes
BBC Radio Ulster
8 minutes
I don't like the local safety factor of where I live but then is it like that everywhere else would you go the safe to live yeah I mean I think there are parts of the country by kids not going to school worried about that kind of thing so that sounds pretty tough at see if you're young kids grown up like this it was interesting as I have an idea because he spoken to you about how you might go to know some of you a little bit kind of undecided but some of you have slightly phone if you and we have obviously you're such a Spectrum here um from across the board to litter clean but you're all saying the same sorts of things are important and I guess that it's just about leadership it's about how the different parties you feel address is 26 a concern that you've got the mic it's back up and running speak to me um yeah I think number one issues housing massive housing crisis messing housing shortage England.
BBC Radio Ulster
11 minutes
really interested in hearing what you got to say what we need to know about Croydon central I just want a quick fire picture first of all about and what you feel about your area and what's important to you but he wouldn't start with you I think hearing Croydon central I am a nationally and poverty and living standards for people all way down for the 4th um wealthiest country in the world and everything that's leading into that property the NHS underfunding to us schools underfunded into policing is all leading to what what we're seeing in our community and I think that's really important to look at locally and nationally dressing deprivation David what about your idea about poverty destitution your mum scene really.
BBC Radio Ulster
12 minutes
around the country today's marginal constituencies which could help decide the outcome of this General Election not long to go now so I hold on tight though it's going to be quite a ride over the next few days I am in Croydon this morning and the sun as I'm speaking is about to come out what a beautiful thing specifically where in central Croydon know this is a very interesting Concepts constituency because to the north of us we have solid labour heartland to the south of us we have solids conservative heartland but in the middle of Croydon central this marginal constituency has swam in a research year that's been conservative st. mmv but with a majority to replace a vol 165 circus in many ways are there to see if I read that unique and privileged position of knowing that there's absolutely discount Gavin Barwell is the kind.
ITV
13 minutes
Corbyn are preparing to be grilled in front of a live studio audience tonight. More than 200 drivers a day were caught using mobile phones behind the wheel in a major crackdown, according to police figures. Forces across the country penalised almost 6,000 motorists.
The Iran Project
16 minutes
Al Monitor | Hamidreza Azizi: explains that the Russian proposal for de-escalation or safe zones in Syria “is not only the best approach for Moscow and Tehran to preserve their core interests in the country, but it could also act as a factor that brings the two countries even closer together.” Most critical to Iran, according to Azizi, is that the proposal legitimates Iran’s military presence in Syria. “Since one of the key positions of both the Syrian opposition and its foreign backers has been objection to Iran’s military presence in Syria, the international aspect of the May 4 agreement and the fact that it names Iran as one of the peacekeepers could justify the presence of Iranian troops in Syria on the international stage. This is, in fact, the main reason behind the Syrian opposition’s objection to any Iranian role in the process,” Azizi writes.
ITV
23 minutes
coming into this country. They have not done it once. Nice to see you. To see you nice. Tonight, exactly a week ago, home-grown terrorist Salman Abedi blew himself up, killing those around him and sending shockwaves across Britain and the world. Since then, 15 people across Britain and the world. Since.
Voice Of America
24 minutes
On May 29, America and the world mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, also known as JFK, whose 1963 assassination reverberated around the world. Less than three years in office, the 35th U.S. president left an indelible mark on the country's history and culture. VOA's Zlatica Hoke has the story.
ITV
24 minutes
thrown off-line by the events in Manchester. Is that what people want to talk about and how these politicians going to get it back on key? I talk to somebody in the Cabinet who said they would talk more about Brexit. That is a huge issue for this country
Channel 4
25 minutes
I'd say my time is split about 60% for country skiing, and 40% for ski jumping. The ski jump is a bit harder... ..because a session usually consists of 5-6 training jumps so, at the end of the year, we get a total of 500 or maybe 600 jumps
Channel 4
25 minutes
I usually spend more time in practice on my cross-country skiing because it is a discipline that requires much more training as an endurance sport
Channel 4
26 minutes
As for cross-country skiing, technique is very important. But not as much as in ski jumping. I think the most important thing in cross-country skiing is resistance and physical condition
Channel 4
27 minutes
element because I can express myself better. And I have better characteristics for endurance sports, like cross-country skiing. In the last few seasons, I've faced some hurdles with jumping. But I'm having specific training to get back to the top,.
Channel 4
27 minutes
staggered behind him, depending on each athlete's distance. As far as I'm concerned, I have to say I prefer the cross-country.
Channel 4
28 minutes
A jumping competition first, usually in the morning, and a couple of hours later, we have a cross-country race, which is 10 kilometres. The jumping result determines your head start in the cross-country so the best jumper will start the race first, and the others.
South China Morning Post
31 minutes
A second major upgrade in a week by JP Morgan on a major Chinese real estate company prompted a sector-wide trading flurry in an otherwise-quiet morning on the Hong Kong stock market on Monday. Leading the risers was Evergrande, which rose by over 25.3 per cent to finish the morning at HK$15.52. Country Garden also closed at HK$9.53, after having risen by over 10.9 per cent at one point. Both have now reached their respective yearly highs. Evergrande also led the market in terms of turnover,...
Channel 4
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have been doing this for a long time. You don't learn to surf from a book, you learn it from first-hand experience. Still to come, ski jump and cross-country with Nordic Combine
The Iran Project
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Al Jazeera
36 minutes
Channel 4
39 minutes
If you want to go somewhere and surf five days out of five or seven days out of seven, don't come to Iceland. You definitely need to put in the work and that is part of the pay, you get to kind of see part of the country and get some.
South China Morning Post
an hour
Thousands of voracious white maggots wiggle frenetically while tearing through trays of leftover meat, vegetables and fruit at an unusual farm in southwest China. It may not be a pretty sight, but the gluttonous larvae could help China eat away something far uglier: the countrys mountain of food waste. The individual larvae of black soldier flies, which are native to the Americas, can each eat double their weight of garbage every day, according to experts. The farm in Sichuan province...
The Iran Project
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Press TV The families of five Bahraini activists recently killed by the country’s security forces have slammed as a “crime” the burial of their loved ones without being allowed to bid farewell to them. The families on Saturday called on the Al Khalifah regime to return the bodies of the activists killed during a security attack last week, but authorities buried them without any permission. A Bahraini Interior Ministry official said the five were buried on Friday after having contacted the families to attend funeral services, only to change their minds later, the Arabic-language al-Wasat newspaper reported on Sunday. The bereaved families said in a statement on Sunday that they had received a call on Friday to send two male members to a local police station. However, they refused to go because they knew that the summoning of male relatives meant a burial ceremony was planned.