News archive from 13 March 2011

Coveted Beram Kayal in no hurry to leave Celtic with treble in sight

Coveted Beram Kayal in no hurry to leave Celtic with treble in sight

The good news for Celtic's supporters is that Beram Kayal genuinely appears to be in little rush to make the kind of move that is becoming more likely with each passing, and eye-catching, display. Kenny Dalglish arrived at a recent Old Firm game with...

Guardian, 22:08 in Sport
 
Japan earthquake not connected to supermoon, says NASA

Japan earthquake not connected to supermoon, says NASA

An 8.9 magnitude tremor struck Honshu island on Friday, resulting in a tsunami that caused widespread devastation in coastal areas and, police fear, more than 1,000 deaths. Some people attempting to find an explanation for the fifth strongest...

Metro, 22:10 in Hot News
 
JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Unions should thank Lord Hutton over public pensions

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Unions should thank Lord Hutton over public pensions

In terms of fairness and cost to the public purse, that 'launch' cannot come soon enough. The gulf is widening by the month between the private sector, where attractive defined benefit pension schemes are being closed at a record rate, and the public...

 

John Lennon's first car wasn't a Beetle - it was this Ferrari, now restored

More from James Martin... JAMES MARTIN: Maturing, urbane, yet unable to deny the boy racer inside you? Here's your guilty pleasure...the Citroen DS3 Racing 02/03/11 JAMES MARTIN: An executive car that's in the top flight of luxury: Just don't let...

Daily Mail, 22:26 in Auto
 
Japan mourns amid fears quake toll could hit 10,000

Japan mourns amid fears quake toll could hit 10,000

The full horror of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan is starting to emerge amid fears that the death toll could be as high as 10,000. A day of high tension saw workers battle to save a nuclear plant from meltdown and 50,000 rescuers...

 

Today's mystery bird for you to identify

Mystery Bird photographed at Awash River, Ethiopia, Africa. [I will identify this bird for you in 48 hours] Image: Dan Logen, 1 February 2011 [velociraptorize]. Nikon D300s, 600 mm lens, ISO 800, 1/400 sec This gorgeous Ethiopian mystery bird might be...

 
Ricky Burns defends his WBO title against Joseph Laryea

Ricky Burns defends his WBO title against Joseph Laryea

Ricky Burns made a successful second defence of his WBO super-featherweight title against Joseph Laryea at the Braehead Arena as the Ghanaian retired at the end of seven punishing rounds with a damaged hand. The champion appeared to be well ahead in...

Guardian, 23:15 in Sport
 
The Killing: episodes 15 and 16

The Killing: episodes 15 and 16

Spoiler Alert: This blog is for people watching The Killing on BBC4 in the UK. Stop reading if you haven't seen episode 16 – and please, please don't post spoilers if you've seen future episodes Vicky Frost's episodes 13 and 14 blog I must admit to...

Guardian, 23:18 in Showbiz
 
Shirley Williams urges Lib Dems to fight Andrew Lansley's NHS plan

Shirley Williams urges Lib Dems to fight Andrew Lansley's NHS plan

There are not many 80-year-old politicians who can make their parties stop, think and change direction. But Shirley Williams is one of them. The former education secretary and co-founder of the SDP walks with a bit of a stoop these days. But...

Guardian, 23:25 in Health
 
Japan earthquake: the nuclear crisis is not over yet

Japan earthquake: the nuclear crisis is not over yet

The Japanese authorities have told the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the levels of radioactivity outside the Unit 1 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant are falling and that there was no rupture in the unit's containment...

 
Lib Dems put pressure on Nick Clegg over NHS

Lib Dems put pressure on Nick Clegg over NHS

The issue of the health service was expected to expose divisions within the coalition when it was debated in Sheffield on Saturday - and that proved to be the case. Well respected party figures, including Baroness Williams and Andrew George MP, spoke...

Metro, 23:46 in Hot News
 
Nuclear safety worries spread to Europe

Nuclear safety worries spread to Europe

Tens of thousands of people have taken part in an anti-nuclear demonstration in southern Germany. The demonstration had been planned for some time, but after the news of Japan's nuclear emergency, organisers were overwhelmed by crowds of around 50,000...

Guardian, 23:56 in Business
 
DESPERATE TO SEE MIKE TINDALL TOPPLED

DESPERATE TO SEE MIKE TINDALL TOPPLED

ENGLAND skipper Mike Tindall admits that his future mother-in-law, HRH the Princess Royal, would love nothing more than a Scotland victory at Twickenham today. Tindall announced last week that he will marry his long-term girlfriend Zara Phillips,...

 
ANDY ROBINSON RETURNS WITH A MASSIVE POINT TO PROVE

ANDY ROBINSON RETURNS WITH A MASSIVE POINT TO PROVE

ANDY ROBINSON will be a man seeking redemption when he pays his first visit to Twickenham as Scotland coach this afternoon. Robinson enjoyed a glorious career as openside flanker with Bath, England and the British Lions in rugby’s amateur era, but he...

 
WALES 19 - IRELAND 13: IT’S BALL OVER

WALES 19 - IRELAND 13: IT’S BALL OVER

WALES beat Ireland for only the second time in Cardiff since 1983 with a try that never was – sparking fury in the Irish squad. But Wales boss Warren Gatland was unconcerned by the controversy after his side clung on to seal a third successive...

 


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