Northern Ireland

NI paper review: Everest race and Titanic escape room

Mount Everest races, a defence of screen violence and a controversial Titanic game feature in the papers.

World

New digital railcards could spell the end of paper versions 

Fines for forgetting your railcard could soon become a thing of the past, as they are about to become accessible on smartphones for first time.

Celebrity

Jennifer Lopez, 48, lays iconic booty bare in see-through underwear

JENNIFER Lopez put her infamous curves on full display in a sex-rated video.

Northern Ireland

NI paper review: Lough rescue and Starsky and Hutch

A lough rescue and the chance to buy a drug dealer's Starsky and Hutch car make Monday's papers.

United Kingdom

Former Sun Night News Editor Phil Mellor dies aged 69 after cancer battle

LEGENDARY newspaper man and former Sun Night News Editor Phil Mellor has died aged 69, surrounded by family at home. Phil enjoyed a glittering career which started at his local paper – The Bury Times – and took him to The Daily Sketch in Lon

Northern Ireland

NI local paper review: Attack on pensioners and cycling ban bid

An attack on pensioners and a bid to ban cyclists from footpaths makes the weekly newspapers in NI.

Technology

Jet launches its own private label brand, Uniquely J

Jet's private-label offerings include toilet paper, coffee and laundry detergent.

Celebrity

Myleene Klass, 39, flaunts goodies in barely-there cut-out swimsuit

MYLEENE Klass' swimsuit looked as though it had been in a paper shredder.

Business

Trash Talk: Price of Recyclables Sinks After China Bans U.S. Scrap

Some U.S. manufacturers are turning trash into treasure after a Chinese ban on imported waste flooded American scrapyards with paper and plastic.

Science

APRIL halts Indonesia paper unit ops as forestry permit revoked

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) has suspended forestry operations at its Indonesian pulp and paper subsidiary after the government canceled a long-term work plan citing environmental non-compliance.

Northern Ireland

NI paper review: Boy critical after soap can explosion

The child is in intensive care with internal and external burns. Read Friday's paper review.

Business

How the paper clip became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the paper clip became a million dollar idea and inspired a resistance movement.

World

Why paper cuts hurt so much

Paper cuts hurt because they're not a clean cut. Learn more on why they hurt and how to treat them.

World

Chad Put on Trump's Travel ban because it ran out of passport paper

President Trump’s decision to include Chad on his travel ban came in part because the country ran out of passport paper. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) has the story.        

America

Donald Trump added Chad to US travel ban because African nation had 'run out of passport paper'

Office supplies glitch to blame for surprise decision by President's administration to block visitors from ally previously praised for campaign against Boko Haram

Northern Ireland

NI paper review: Deal deadline pressure for parties

There is no escape from Northern Ireland's political stalemate in Thursday's papers.

World

Chad was included in Trump's travel ban because it ran out of passport paper

When Trump added the African nation of Chad to his most recent travel ban, everyone from the Pentagon to Chad's leaders was perplexed.

Finance

How to make Christmas cards and wrapping paper - Homemade designs for a cheaper and more personalised gift this year

Personalise your gifts by wrapping them in homemade paper and making your own Christmas cards this year

United Kingdom

Family forced to sit next to a pool of SICK on four-hour Jet2 flight after staff simply covered it with paper tissues

A FAMILY was forced to sit next to a pool of sick on a four-hour Jet2 flight after staff simply covered it with paper tissues. Keeley Casewell, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, says the mess underneath her daughter’s seat was from a previous flight

Northern Ireland

NI paper review: North-south split over Ophelia

The aftermath of Storm Ophelia, and how authorities responded to it, dominates Tuesday's newspapers.

Science

Stanford professor getting death threats over 'gaydar' research

"Our findings expose a threat to the privacy and safety of gay men and women," wrote Michal Kosinski in a paper set to be published by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology—only he's the one now finding himself in danger.

Business

The Cost Of Developing Drugs Is Insane. That Paper That Says Otherwise Is Insanely Bad

The pharmaceutical industry puts the cost of bringing a medicine from invention to pharmacy shelves at $2.7 billion. A new paper says it is 'just' $648 million. Unfortunately for pharmaceutical investors and people fighting to control drug prices, alike,

Finance

Easy DIY Christmas decoration ideas including how to make Christmas Santa hats and paper decorations

A really simple Santa’s hat for all the family to wear on the big day PLUS how to make super easy Christmas decorations from paper, pine cones and pasta without breaking the budget

Northern Ireland

NI paper review: Ophelia's threat and boy's tragic death

The sudden death of an 11-year-old in Glengormley features in all of the NI papers.

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