News archive from 12 February 2015

Stoke City 1 Man City 4: Samir Nasri hails 'character' of battling Blues

Stoke City 1 Man City 4: Samir Nasri hails 'character' of battling Blues

Samir Nasri scored a wonder goal to cap a scintillating second half display by Manchester City … and then poured praise on his teammates. The French midfielder played a full part as the Blues recovered from a wobbly start to bring their run of five...

 

Stoke City 1 Man City 4: In pictures

City earned their first away league victory over Stoke since a 1999 Division Two clash between the sides, as they beat Mark Hughes' men 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring with a fantastic solo run and finish before the...

 
Our Heroes nominee Karen says scar is badge of honour: 'every day is a gift'

Our Heroes nominee Karen says scar is badge of honour: 'every day is a gift'

THE scar on Karen McLachlan’s chest is a constant reminder of how close she came to death. She was just 23 when she suffered a massive heart attack minutes after returning home from work. Karen owes her life to her mum Carol, who carried out CPR until...

 
Pre-Sheffield music festival band night to Plug gap ahead of event

Pre-Sheffield music festival band night to Plug gap ahead of event

Sheffield's Mosborough Music Festival is expanding - with a second stage and pre-festival club night. The final few acts have now been confirmed for the one-day festival on Saturday, June 6, taking the total to 16. A festival spokesman, said: “The...

 
SpaceX Rocket Launches Weather Satellite

SpaceX Rocket Launches Weather Satellite

SpaceX has launched a weather satellite bound for a solar-storm lookout point a million miles from earth. The unmanned Falcon rocket blasted into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite will provide early...

 
Prostitute killer sexually assaulted officer at Wakefield Prison

Prostitute killer sexually assaulted officer at Wakefield Prison

A murderer has been found guilty of sexually assaulting an officer while he was being searched at Wakefield Prison. Adam Bowler carried out the attack at the West Yorkshire jail while serving a life sentence for murdering a prostitute and burning her...

 
Pre-Sheffield music festival band night to Plug gap ahead of event

Pre-Sheffield music festival band night to Plug gap ahead of event

Sheffield's Mosborough Music Festival is expanding - with a second stage and pre-festival club night. The final few acts have now been confirmed for the one-day festival on Saturday, June 6, taking the total to 16. A festival spokesman, said: “The...

 

RFU figures show concussion problem

Concussion has been identified as the most common match injury for a third successive year, the Rugby Football Union has revealed in its annual injury audit for 2013-14. Head injuries now constitute 12.5 per cent of all match injuries and have...

 
Northern cities to present united front on French Riviera

Northern cities to present united front on French Riviera

LEADING CITIES of the North of England will present a united front to foreign investors at the world's biggest real estate convention taking place on the French Riviera. Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool and Newcastle will try to win backing for...

 

Jame Milner urged to stay at Manchester City by manager Manuel Pellegrini and fans

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini repeated his desire to keep James Milner after the club's fans chanted his name throughout a 4-1 win at Stoke City on Wednesday night. Milner, City's best performer this season, was outstanding again at The...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

'Lucky' Manchester United won't beat Preston in the FA Cup on that showing slams Louis van Gaal after...

Louis van Gaal admitted that Manchester United were ‘lucky’ to beat Burnley on Wednesday night and warned his players that they will go out of the FA Cup at Preston on Monday if they play that badly again. Van Gaal confirmed that he will hold talks...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Steven Gerrard ruled out for up to two weeks after picking up hamstring injury in Liverpool's crucial win...

Steven Gerrard is set to miss the next crucial phase of Liverpool's season after tweaking his hamstring during the victory over Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool's captain came off in the second half of a 3-2 win that has bolstered his side's hopes of...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Bank of England to play down deflation fear with new forecasts

A halving in global oil prices and last year's strengthening of the pound have pushed down inflation to its lowest level in nearly 15 years at 0.5 percent, way below the Bank's 2 percent target. The shortfall is so big that Carney will have to explain...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 

Manchester United 3-1 Burnley MATCH ZONE: Clarets' tin strip not the silver lining despite impressive...

We're used to seeing Burnley in claret and blue, but the visitors wore a silver strip last night that made it look as though they had been wrapped in tin foil. The club’s third kit was first seen at Sunderland late last month and was preferred to...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Banks to face stricter forex fixing rules if reform lags - FSB

"If these recommendations are not implemented, then the likelihood of a regulatory response will increase," Debelle said in a speech in Sydney. The global regulator, the Financial Stability Board, last September made a range of...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 


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