News archive from 2 September 2014, page 5

Danny Welbeck signs for Arsenal as Manchester United sell striker for £16m 

TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY LIVE  Follow all the latest moves in our blog.  Arsene Wenger has made a dramatic move to solve his lack of goal power by agreeing a £16million deal to sign England striker Danny Welbeck. The Arsenal manager, in Italy to keep a...

Daily Mail, 01:10 in Sport
 
Ricci’s Place named in Good Food Guide

Ricci’s Place named in Good Food Guide

Ricci's Place in Halifax has been named as one of 14 new entries from the North East in the 2015 edition of the Good Food Guide, Ricci’s is headed up by restauranteur and head chef Michael Ricci and fuses food, music and art. The restaurant on...

 
Smith and Poleon out - Montenegro in at Leeds United

Smith and Poleon out - Montenegro in at Leeds United

After completing two more deals on transfer window deadline day Leeds United have moved to balance the books a little by selling two strikers. Matt Smith has joined Fulham while Dominic Poleon is now an Oldham Athletic player after both players...

 
Scottish cutting edge cancer treatment girl dies

Scottish cutting edge cancer treatment girl dies

A TEENAGER who campaigned to raise awareness about childhood cancer, and made history when she received gene therapy for her terminal tumour, has died. Erin Griffin, 14, and her family emigrated from Ayrshire to Adelaide in Australia when she was aged...

Scotsman, 01:18 in Health
 

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa seals season-long loan move from Newcastle to Roma

French defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has sealed a season-long loan move to Roma from Newcastle. Yanga-Mbiwa arrived at Rome's Fiumicino Airport on Monday to undergo a medical and finalise the deal. 'An agreement has been signed with Newcastle United to...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

The radical new way to treat asthma - have your tonsils out

As a young child, whenever Maximus Rashdi went to see his grandparents, he had to carry his inhaler with him. So severe was his allergy to their 12 cats, it triggered asthma-type symptoms and he needed a puff of his blue inhaler to open up his airways...

Daily Mail, 01:22 in Health
 

From Botox to 'grow your own' cartilage - how to ease your bad knees

Knee pain affects millions of people in the UK - a third of all adults over the age of 45 suffer from it. The knee is one of the body's largest and most complex joints and is unsurprisingly vulnerable to strains, sprains, swollen or torn ligaments and...

Daily Mail, 01:22 in Health
 

The mystery of the life sized people sketched on rocks in a remote canyon: Utah artwork is younger than...

Life-sized figures sketched into red rock cliffs in Canyonlands National Park were drawn 1,000 years more recently than thought, a team of Utah State University scientists has claimed. The team used modern luminescence dating techniques to analyze...

 

The cheeky birds that wolf whistle when they see women in a bikini... and the budgie who was so articulate...

Recently. my wife Maxeen was making the most of the sizzling weather with a spot of sunbathing in our back garden. Stripped down to her bikini, she was settled on a sun lounger with a book when she was almost blasted out of her skin by a piercing wolf...

 

Rare bee-eaters on a flying visit to Britain: Eight birds hatch in UK in feat that has happened for only...

Eight exotic bee-eater birds have hatched in Britain, an extraordinary feat that has only been recorded twice in the last 60 years. A colony of the sun-loving birds has established on the Isle of Wight, the largest ever breeding group seen in the...

 

How your SKIN is smarter than you think: Researchers find neurons can carry out advanced calculations to...

If you've ever looked in awe at smart skin being developed for robots, don't worry - your own is far more intelligent.  Neurons in human skin perform advanced calculations scientists previously believed only the brain could carry out, it has been...

 

How Scarlett Johannsen and Ewan McGregor could make you FAT: Researchers say watching action movies and TV...

Watching television shows filled with action and sound may be bad for your waistline.  Researchers have found that TV viewers ate more while watching action flicks than when watching an interview. They warned those worried about their weight to avoid...

 
CONFIRMED: Arsenal complete signing of Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck

CONFIRMED: Arsenal complete signing of Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck

The energetic striker has put pen to paper on a lucrative three-year deal, and goes straight into Arsenal's Premier League squad. The 23-year-old will could make his Gunners debut against Manchester City after the conclusion of the international...

 

Radamel Falcao signs for Manchester United in £12m season-long loan

TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY  Re-live all the drama here  Manchester United have shown their financial muscle by completing a stunning deadline-day deal for Radamel Falcao after moneybags neighbours City were put off by the staggering cost. Monaco’s Colombia...

Daily Mail, 01:41 in Sport
 

The full horror of hospital food: Last week, after the Mail printed shocking images of hospital dinners,...

Michael Seres is a veteran of hospital wards. The businessman, 45, has suffered from Crohn's disease - inflammation of the gut - since the age of 12, and has been in and out of hospital ever since. 'I've had 25 operations, intestinal failure and, in...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 


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