News archive from 7 March 2015

Schoolgirl, 4, compiles heart-breaking bucket list because she could die at any moment due to rare condition 

A schoolgirl who suffers from a rare condition which means she could die at any time has written a heart-breaking bucket list. Harlee-Jae Procter, from Bacup, Lancashire, told her mother Sasha she wants to ride an elephant, ice-skate with her...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Noel Gallagher: Former Oasis star wows at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena

Noel Gallagher: Former Oasis star wows at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena

CHASING Yesterday. It's not just the title of Noel Gallagher's latest solo effort - much of which was played to a sold-out crowd at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena on Friday night - but an insight into the reasons why I, and thousands of others queued...

 

U.S. missionary kidnapped in Nigeria freed, church says

Reverend Phyllis Sortor, 71, a Free Methodist missionary to Nigeria, was safely handed over into the care of authorities and church leaders in Nigeria, the church said. "We are deeply grateful to all who prayed for Phyllis' safe return and praise...

 
Davis Cup Tennis: What time does the Great Britain v USA doubles rubber start today, what channel is it on & could Andy Murray play?

Davis Cup Tennis: What time does the Great Britain v USA doubles rubber start today, what channel is it on...

GREAT Britain could secure their passage into the next round of the Davis Cup as their tie against the USA continues today (Saturday, March 7). Andy Murray and James Ward both won their singles matches yesterday to put the hosts into a 2-0 lead at the...

 

Child abuse, rape, and heavy drinking... EastEnders was not a great advert for muvverhood, by Jim Shelley

EastEnders finished the week with a rather feeble bombshell - at least compared to recent revelations like the sight of Dot Cotton buying dodgy drugs for her son Nick or Bobby Beale’s transformation into Damien from The Omen. We had already been...

 

Look at this guy! James Corden posts his own billboard in Los Angeles to promote his upcoming Late Late...

In only a matter of weeks he will take over from Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show. And if James Corden is nervous about fronting his first US talkshow, he certainly wasn't showing it on Friday as he announced the news to the people of Los...

 

No more slip-ups, warns Jos Buttler as England look to avoid early World Cup exit by beating Bangladesh and...

England went back to work on Friday at Adelaide’s St Peter’s College, alma mater of 10 Australian Prime Ministers and one of the country’s great schools, but there was no way they could relax and enjoy the splendour of their surroundings. Elimination...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Chip off the old blocks, Steve Ovett's son is making a name for himself… as a cyclist

Freddy Ovett describes himself as ‘50-50’ British and Australian, though the soft Queensland accent seems a giveaway. It isn’t quite as simple as that, because Freddy is the son of Steve, 1980 Olympic 800 metres gold medallist and a legend of British...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Surrey blow to Kevin Pietersen hopes of England recall as county cricket deal stalls

Kevin Pietersen remains as far away as ever from a return to England colours after it emerged on Friday that Surrey are no nearer an agreement to re-sign the maverick star. Sportsmail can reveal that Pietersen has told Surrey, who released him at the...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Toulouse 1-6 Marseille: Marcelo Bielsa's men run riot to leapfrog PSG and reignite Ligue 1 title challenge

Marseille climbed above Paris Saint-Germain into second-place in Ligue 1 with an emphatic 6-1 victory at struggling Toulouse on Friday to reignite their title challenge. Marseille had not registered a league victory since January 31 as their title...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Jonas Gutierrez: I'll fight to land new deal at Newcastle United 

Jonas Gutierrez has not given up hope of winning a new contract at Newcastle United. The 31-year-old made his first appearance for the club in 17 months on Wednesday having twice beaten testicular cancer. Gutierrez enjoyed a spine-tingling welcome...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Queen of the South 0 Falkirk 1: Craig Sibbald delivers knockout punch as Falkirk scrape into semi-finals

They had delivered a knockout blow to Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup and the exultant players had taken to punching the air. It is a celebration universal in sport but this was a Falkirk victory which can be described by borrowing from the...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

King: to take this great club forward, we must go back to the past

Dave King joked on his way out of Ibrox last night that one thing Rangers will not be returning to is the quite awful practice of having its office-bearers wearing shoes that do not sit well with a smart, dark suit.Loading article content In fairness,...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Persistence pays off for Murray as he finally gains control at Ibrox

"Some people have called me obsessed," he says, the accompanying smile a clear sign that his was a dogged determination that had finally paid off. Sitting inside Ibrox yesterday afternoon, the new interim chairman of Rangers had every right...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

"Custodian" Murray hopes lessons can be learned from Rangers' recent past

Murray was successfully elected onto the new board of directors at the Ibrox general meeting alongside Dave King and John Gilligan, with Douglas Park added to the board later in the day. With King choosing not to take up the appointment until he has...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 


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