News archive from 1 September 2013

Nigeria's ruling party splinters, in threat to Jonathan

"We address you today as leaders of the PDP, who are worried by the increasing repression, restrictions of freedom of association, arbitrary suspension of members," read the statement by seven governors and former vice president Atiku...

 
Dennis Lo: 'Should parents be told about a disease their child might get?'

Dennis Lo: 'Should parents be told about a disease their child might get?'

Dennis Lo: 'I couldn’t believe it. We had wasted eight years looking at the wrong part of the blood.' Photograph: CUHK Yuk Ming Dennis Lo recalls the reaction when in 1997 he and colleagues published the unusual news that fragments of an unborn baby's...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

The 'has she or hasn't she' boob job: 10,000 Britons had breast implants fitted last year - but for most...

Evolutionary theorists call them "sexual ornaments'. According to academics, the human female bosom is unique among primates. While ape species have large breasts only during lactation, the same isn't true for us. And as they remain after...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Health
 

I was I was certain chronic spine pain would stop me ever running... just look at me now! Radio 2's Jo...

Like most people, I am more used to seeing Jo Whiley lounging on a sofa, interviewing a rock legend or members of a hip new band after their performance at Glastonbury. But today, the TV presenter and Radio 2 DJ is sprinting along a running track in...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Health
 

'Cool' laser to stop diabetics going blind: Doctors hail new treatment that leaves healthy parts of the...

A revolutionary "cool' laser is offering new hope to diabetes patients facing blindness. Until now, laser treatment is typically given only when sight loss is significant as it can damage healthy parts of the eye in the process of fixing...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Health
 
On my radar: Jamal Edwards's cultural highlights

On my radar: Jamal Edwards's cultural highlights

'Doing stuff differently': Jamal Edwards, founder of SBTV. Photograph: Karen Robinson Jamal Edwards, 22, is the founder of SBTV and Britain's youngest media magnate. He has, perhaps inevitably, been called the new Richard Branson. He recently signed a...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Sheridan Smith and David Walliams: from sitcoms to sexed-up Shakespeare

Sheridan Smith and David Walliams: from sitcoms to sexed-up Shakespeare

David Walliams and Sheridan Smith, who are about to appear in Michael Grandage's new production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Photograph: Suki Dhanda for the Observer A Midsummer Night's Dream is a play about sex," Sheridan Smith tells me...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Mark Kermode's DVD round-up

Mark Kermode's DVD round-up

‘Top-notch’: Pierce Brosnan and Trine Dyrholm in Love Is All You Need. Intelligent, affecting and disarmingly honest, Love Is All You Need (2012, Arrow, 15) comes on like a Dogme version of Mamma Mia!, with unexpectedly engaging results. Trine Dyrholm...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

Shares for rights move 'a gimmick'

A controversial Government scheme to allow workers to swap shares for employment rights has been attacked by union leaders as an "expensive gimmick". The TUC said the scheme, which takes effect from today, will strip workers of basic...

 

Osborne tribute to crash victims

Chancellor George Osborne will offer his condolences to relatives of the North Sea helicopter crash victims in a speech in Scotland next week. Mr Osborne will use a trip to the north east oil and gas industry hub Aberdeen to pay tribute to...

 

Shares for rights move 'a gimmick'

A controversial Government scheme to allow workers to swap shares for employment rights has been attacked by union leaders as an "expensive gimmick". The TUC said the scheme, which takes effect from today, will strip workers of basic...

 

Osborne tribute to crash victims

Chancellor George Osborne will offer his condolences to relatives of the North Sea helicopter crash victims in a speech in Scotland next week. Mr Osborne will use a trip to the north east oil and gas industry hub Aberdeen to pay tribute to...

 

Shares for rights move 'a gimmick'

A controversial Government scheme to allow workers to swap shares for employment rights has been attacked by union leaders as an "expensive gimmick". The TUC said the scheme, which takes effect from today, will strip workers of basic...

 

Osborne tribute to crash victims

Chancellor George Osborne will offer his condolences to relatives of the North Sea helicopter crash victims in a speech in Scotland next week. Mr Osborne will use a trip to the north east oil and gas industry hub Aberdeen to pay tribute to...

 

Shares for rights move 'a gimmick'

A controversial Government scheme to allow workers to swap shares for employment rights has been attacked by union leaders as an "expensive gimmick". The TUC said the scheme, which takes effect from today, will strip workers of basic...

 


News Widget for Webmasters



Bring Eugene's son back home immediately

Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
            1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30