News archive from 12 November 2015

Google adds cartoon painted doors to its self driving car in bid to make them less scary 

Google adds cartoon painted doors to its self driving car in bid to make them less scary 

Google thought it's self-driving cars needed a makeover and opened the opportunity up to local artists. The tech company invited artists from Mountain View, California to submit their best work based on the theme, 'my neighbors, my community'. The...

 
Carlo Ancelotti reveals all about how he kicked a box at Zlatan Ibrahimovic's head in a copycat of Sir Alex Ferguson's flying boot hitting David Beckham at Manchester United

Carlo Ancelotti reveals all about how he kicked a box at Zlatan Ibrahimovic's head in a copycat of Sir Alex...

The public rarely get to see Carlo Ancelotti angry, but the former Chelsea manager has revealed how he kicked a box into Zlatan Ibrahimovic's head in a full-time rage while at Paris Saint-Germain. Speaking exclusively in an interview with...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Property will become more unaffordable, says Rics

Property will become more unaffordable, says Rics

Property will become "even more unaffordable" over the next five years creating a critical need for a house building programme, surveyors say. Property prices and the cost of renting a home will continue to rise owing to a shortage of...

BBC, 00:06 in Business
 
Will Steve Jobs' management style get you to the top?

Will Steve Jobs' management style get you to the top?

Image copyright AP By most accounts the new biopic of Steve Jobs is an accurate portrayal of a man who shouted down colleagues at meetings, was visibly impatient and dismissive of others' contributions... and yet he is lauded as perhaps the most...

BBC, 00:06 in Business
 
Daniel Sturridge resumes outdoor training as he edges closer to Liverpool comeback

Daniel Sturridge resumes outdoor training as he edges closer to Liverpool comeback

Daniel Sturridge has cleared the latest hurdle in his bid to regain full fitness by resuming running outdoors for the first time in a month. The England international has yet to play for Jurgen Klopp after he injured his knee in a collision with...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Hospices 'must take more inclusive approach to ageing Muslims'

Hospices in the UK must meet the challenge of an ageing Muslim population by overcoming barriers that deter Britain’s largest faith minority from using their services, ensuring that language, cultural and religious needs are met. The UK hospice...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 

One million women could benefit from HRT, says NHS menopause guidance

NHS guidance on treatment of the menopause could lead to many thousands more women being offered hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in the UK. The guideline from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), unveiled on Thursday, seeks...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey returns to Glasgow

Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse treated in London for life-threatening complications months after she was apparently cured of Ebola, has been released from isolation and has returned to hospital in Glasgow. Cafferkey became critically ill from meningitis...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 

A guide to the menopause

What are the symptoms of the menopause? They include hot flushes, where women suddenly experience a wave of heat and their skin can flush red, night sweats, insomnia, tiredness, mood swings and vaginal dryness, which can affect desire for sex. Why...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Burmese government vows ‘peaceful transfer' of power

Burmese government vows ‘peaceful transfer' of power

Burma's transition to greater democracy after decades of military rule surged ahead yesterday as opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party continued its election sweep and the government promised a peaceful transition of power. Ms Suu Kyi’s National...

 

Russian TV stations broadcast secret nuclear torpedo plans

The Kremlin has admitted that Russian television accidentally showed secret plans for a nuclear torpedo system on air. Two Kremlin-controlled channels, NTV and Channel One, showed a military official looking at a confidential document containing...

 

No 10 in row with Vote Leave over group's anti-EU campaign role

Downing Street has become embroiled in a row with the main anti-EU group after Sir Eric Pickles called for it to be denied the right to lead the campaign for the leave side in the referendum. Vote Leave accused No 10 of panicking after the former...

 

Scotland to face Rugby World Cup referee again in Six Nations clash with Ireland

The South African has been appointed touch judge for Scotland's last game of the Championship at Ireland on March 19. Joubert was blamed for costing Vern Cotter's side a place in the World Cup semi-final. He wrongly awarded Australia a late penalty to...

 

Great British Bake Off Presenter set for TV Sound of Music role

The Great British Bake Off presenter Mel Giedroyc has joined ITV’s live adaptation of The Sound of Music. Giedroyc, who hosts the BBC2 cooking show with comedy partner Sue Perkins, has been cast as stoic housekeeper Frau Schmidt in the production. She...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life: The Musical, Royal Concert Hall: Review

Last Night A DJ Saved My Life: The Musical, Royal Concert Hall: Review

After his last performance as Captain Hook in the Theatre Royal's pantomime, Nottingham has embraced David Hasselhoff as one of its own. So it was no surprise that hundreds of seats were filled on a gloomy Wednesday night at the Royal Concert Hall as...

 


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