News archive from 5 January 2014

Screeching protests and petulant behaviour... Managers' self-serving rants are leaving a stain on the game

As juvenile tantrums go, Mark Hughes's effort against Newcastle was down there with the worst. A decision went against Stoke City, and he responded with the hurling of a coat, the screeching of a protest and a foot-stamping march to the stands. For...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
On my radar: Stana Katic's cultural highlights

On my radar: Stana Katic's cultural highlights

Stana Katic as detective Kate Beckett in season 6 of Castle. Photograph: ABC Born in Canada, Stana Katic's early career on television saw her appear in sci-fi drama Heroes and play information broker Collette Stenger in season five of 24. She landed...

Guardian, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Baby Deaths: Hospital Recalls IV Supplies

Baby Deaths: Hospital Recalls IV Supplies

Authorities in France have recalled a batch of nutrient bags used to feed infants after three babies died from bacterial contamination. The parents of the three babies have filed criminal complaints for manslaughter following the deaths last month at...

 
Social care cuts stranded 18,500 patients in hospital over Christmas

Social care cuts stranded 18,500 patients in hospital over Christmas

Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham said the squeeze on social care was having 'brutal' effects. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Almost 18,500 patients spent the holidays in hospital even though they were well enough to be discharged, because a lack...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
Pancreatic cancer patients forced to seek life-saving surgery in Germany

Pancreatic cancer patients forced to seek life-saving surgery in Germany

Pancreatic cancer cells. Despite attempts to improve the NHS record on treatment of the cancer, sufferers are going abroad for operations. Photograph: Steve Gschmeissner/Getty Images/Brand X Patients with pancreatic cancer are paying for surgery...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
The readers' editor on… advertising e-cigarettes

The readers' editor on… advertising e-cigarettes

Should electronic cigarettes be advertisied in the press? Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Arms outstretched against a blue sky, the casually dressed man in the advertisement leaps in the air, emulating the florid text that runs down the side of page:...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
General election: there are vital issues beyond the economy

General election: there are vital issues beyond the economy

How we provide care for the elderly is a vital issue the parties must consider. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian The political battleground of 2013 was dominated by the economy: jobs and growth, the cost of living and narrowly avoided triple...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
Rewind TV: The Bridge; Sherlock; The Thirteenth Tale – review

Rewind TV: The Bridge; Sherlock; The Thirteenth Tale – review

‘Odd couple’: Scandinavian detectives Saga (Sofia Helin) and Martin (Kim Bodnia) on a manhunt in The Bridge. Photograph: Carolina Romare/BBC The Bridge (BBC4) | iPlayer Sherlock (BBC1) | iPlayer The Thirteenth Tale (BBC2) | iPlayer You wait months for...

Guardian, 00:16 in Showbiz
 

Sale maverick mends ways to lead battle for fly half spot...Will England gamble on Cipriani in the race for...

Stuart Lancaster faces the biggest selection call of his tenure this week when he names the playmakers he will trust to guide England through the Six Nations and on to next year's home World Cup. England's head coach announces his Six Nations Elite...

Daily Mail, 00:18 in Sport
 

Mackay could take over at former club should Norwich continue to struggle

Malky Mackay is poised to take over from Chris Hughton as manager of Norwich City if the Canaries continue to struggle for points in the Premier League. The sacked Cardiff manager is understood to have been sounded out by Norwich informally earlier in...

Daily Mail, 00:44 in Sport
 
U.S. breaker to help Russian, Chinese ships stuck in Antarctic ice

U.S. breaker to help Russian, Chinese ships stuck in Antarctic ice

The Polar Star is responding to a request for assistance from Australian authorities as well as from the Russian and Chinese governments, the Coast Guard statement said. "The U.S. Coast Guard stands ready to respond to Australia's request,"...

 

Kerry sees progress on Israeli-Palestinian framework deal

Speaking after extensive, separate talks with Palestinian and Israeli leaders, Kerry sounded somewhat hopeful about the chances of ending the conflict, despite misgivings voiced recently by both sides and a lack of tangible signs of movement. On his...

 
My anxious life in an age of anxiety

My anxious life in an age of anxiety

Scott Stossel: 'I'm like Woody Allen trapped inside John Calvin.' Photograph: Mike McGregor for the Observer I have an unfortunate tendency to falter at crucial moments. For instance, standing at the altar in a church in Vermont, waiting for my...

Guardian, 01:14 in Health
 

Can't buy me love! Selena Gomez shops with pal hours before Justin Bieber sparks reconciliation rumours...

39 View comments On Friday, just hours before her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber posted a picture of her cuddling up to him, Selena Gomez was engaging in a little retail therapy with a pal in Studio City. The Disney star, 21, and a female pal visited...

 

EXCLUSIVE: Heavily pregnant Lauren Silverman reveals VERY prominent baby bump during Caribbean break as...

148 View comments Their festive break has, inevitably, not been without its fair share of memorable moments for Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman as they prepare for the birth of their first child. Indeed, the couple have been accosted by fans more...

 


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