News archive from 2 April 2013

Fulham 3 Queens Park Rangers 2: Martin Jol hails Dimitar Berbatov as Cottagers survive fightback to heap...

Football: An absolutely pulsating game at Craven Cottage saw Fulham race into a three-goal lead and then in a complete change of fortune have Mark Schwarzer to thank for the three points. The defeat left Queens Park Rangers seven points from safety...

 

Which drinker is most at risk of getting liver disease? The results of our scientific test will astonish you

Liver disease is now the fifth biggest killer in the UK - with the number of people dying from it rising by 20 per cent over the past decade. However, there are often no warning signs until it is far advanced, so many of us could have the potentially...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Youths punished for vandalising gate in Doncaster

Youths punished for vandalising gate in Doncaster

TWO youths were caught vandalising a gate in Doncaster, police say. Officers who stopped the two males, who were caught near Bentley Road, Bentley, said the pair would be dealt with using restorative justice at the request of the victim, a scheme by...

 

Calls for NHS chief to resign over heart unit

Calls are mounting for Sir Bruce Keogh to resign after a leading cardiac health group criticised the "premature" suspension of children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary. Over 560 people signed an online petition demanding the...

 

Hospital staff tell of more stress as cuts bite

Half of hard-pressed Leeds hospitals workers are stressed out - and more than a third feel pressurised to go in when they are ill, according to a union staff survey Leaders of a nursing union said the findings were “shocking” and are seeking an urgent...

 

RL club and developer team up in masterplan for 234 homes

COUNCILLORS are to vote on a controversial masterplan which could lead to a large residential development on land next to Dewsbury Rams' Tetley's stadium. The rugby league club and developers Stirling Scotfield have drawn up a plan to redevelop land...

 

Yorkshire police aim for greater transparency

A POLICE inspector at a Yorkshire force was sacked after being arrested for shoplifting and a colleague was dismissed for pushing a cyclist to the ground while on duty, officials have revealed. The two cases that took place last year are among the...

 

Cryers reveal portrait of sleuth’s landlady

THE Leeds-born writer, actor and comedian Barry Cryer will be joined by his son Bob to talk about their new book at the 60th Hull and East Yorkshire Literary Lunch tomorrow. Organisers say Cryer senior, who is also a poet and director, is “not...

 

Tributes to former mayor and freemason after death at age of 81

TRIBUTES have been paid to John Samuel Binks MBE - a businessman, long-serving politician, Freemason and Honorary Alderman of the City of Leeds who has died. Mr Binks – who was known as Jack – died suddenly after suffering a heart attack last...

 

Glassmakers blown away to be selected for showcase of national skills and crafts

ONE of the country's leading glassmakers based in Yorkshire will be taking part in a showcase to highlight traditional crafts and skills which are competing against the age of mass production. Gillies Jones, based at Rosedale in the North York Moors,...

 

RL World Cup on show

THE Rugby League World Cup trophy will be in Beverley next week as part of a national tour ahead of this year's competition, which is being held in England and Wales. The famous trophy will be on display in Beverley Leisure Complex, home to the town’s...

 

Deadline looms on energy scheme

RESIDENTS in Hull hoping to save money on their energy bills have until next Monday to sign up to the second round of the UK's biggest collective energy switching scheme. Hull Council said households could save between £60 and £200 a year by joining...

 
44 Scotland Street: Auras, chakras, halos

44 Scotland Street: Auras, chakras, halos

The sixty-second installment of Alexander McCall Smith's daily novel 44 Scotland Street: Auras, chakras, halos Volume 9 Episode 62 ANGUS was pleased with the way that Domenica had handled the arrival of Antonia and her friend, Sister Maria-Fiore dei...

 

‘Victory for poor’ as call for cancer drug patent thrown out

India's highest court has rejected a drug firm's attempt to patent a cancer treatment in a landmark decision that health activists said ensures poor patients worldwide will continue to get cheap versions of lifesaving medicines. Novartis had argued...

 

First lives lost from lesser-known bird flu strain as health chiefs seek to allay fears

Two Chinese men have died from a lesser-known type of bird flu in the first known human deaths from the strain. Health experts said it was not clear how they were infected in the Shanghai area but there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission....

 


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