News archive from 15 November 2013

Ill people urged to seek help sooner to ease A&E crisis

Ill people urged to seek help sooner to ease A&E crisis

More NHS trusts breach A&E targets for waiting times in winter. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Ill people are being urged to seek help earlier as part of a plan to keep more patients out of A&E. Those who are elderly or frail or who have an...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

The boy kept alive by love: His body was riddled by deadly tumours and doctors said there was no hope. So...

Connah Broom bursts into the house after school, followed by his grandad, Jim. The youngster has a cut lip, a bloody leg and is splattered in mud. "Don't be too alarmed,' Jim reassures his wife Debbie, who rolls her eyes, produces an ice pack and...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Health
 
Jeremy Hunt hopes new GP contract will solve A&E crisis

Jeremy Hunt hopes new GP contract will solve A&E crisis

Jeremy Hunt says contract is the first step towards rectifying mistakes made by Labour in 2004. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA GPs will be offered more than £450m from the government in a deal that sees ministers backtrack on changes to the health...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 

Exclusive-Comcast to sell movies for download, streaming -sources

(Reporting by Lisa Richwine; Editing by Bob Burgdorfer)

 

Giroud given lighter training sessions as Arsenal fear the consequences of losing only recognised...

Arsenal have lightened Olivier Giroud's training workload to ensure the striker does not suffer from burn-out. The France international is the club's only recognised centre-forward, which has seen him start all of his side's Premier League and...

Daily Mail, 00:14 in Sport
 

Moyes poaches Premier League's head of elite development... who helped bring through Rooney and Barkley

David Moyes has taken the first step in his promised restructuring of Manchester United in the wake of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement by poaching the Premier League's head of elite development to work as part of his coaching set-up at Old Trafford. It...

Daily Mail, 00:14 in Sport
 

Microsoft finds favor with Highfields during third quarter

Highfields oversees roughly $13 billion in assets and told investors that it would be returning some cash at year's end as it feels it can deliver better returns with less money. In August, Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer told employees that...

 

FCC to wireless carriers: agree on phone unlocking policy or face rules

At issue is whether cellphone buyers, who often get new devices at a heavily subsidized price in return for committing to long-term contracts, should be able to take their gadgets with them when they change carriers. The FCC and the wireless trade...

 
PlayStation 4 v Xbox One: Experts on next-gen battle

PlayStation 4 v Xbox One: Experts on next-gen battle

The release of the PlayStation 4 in North America - it goes on sale in Europe and Latin America in a fortnight - is seen by many as the true dawn for next-generation console gaming after the troubled launch of Nintendo's Wii U. Early reviews of Sony's...

 

Two officers killed in Libya's Benghazi

When Prime Minister Ali Zeidan visited the port city of one million inhabitants on Monday he vowed to make its security "the highest priority of all priorities". The army deployed special forces across Benghazi one week ago in response to...

 
Weili Dai: Basketball 'taught me to be a team player'

Weili Dai: Basketball 'taught me to be a team player'

Starting a business is not an easy thing to do, and many new enterprises fail within a few years of being launched. According to Weili Dai, co-founder of giant technology firm Marvell, one thing that can increase the chances of success for would-be...

BBC, 00:26 in Business
 

EXCLUSIVE: The girl with no vagina: Teenager can't have sex or babies due to rare condition that left her...

202 View comments A teenager has spoken of her 'total shock' at being told at the age of 17 she had no vagina. Jacqui Beck, 19, has MRKH, an rare syndrome which affects the reproductive system - meaning she has no womb, cervix or vaginal opening. She...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

Rolls-Royce says it could soon use 3D printing to make parts for its passenger jet engines

Parts of Rolls-Royce engines powering passenger jets could soon be made by 3D printers. The British firm says the technique could allow it to produce complicated components more quickly and cheaply. 3D printers, which are available in high street...

 

SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND: Old Premier League foes clash in League One while AFC Dons vs Pompey reminds us...

The World Cup play-offs and various international friendlies dominate the football agenda this weekend but there's still plenty going on in the lower leagues. Here's a flavour of some of the best action on the domestic front. 1. Notts County v Wolves...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 

Joshua makes it three KO's running as he beats Kisicek in front of all-star cast

Champions past and present were ringside as Anthony Joshua recorded his third knockout in succession on Thursday night. Former world heavyweight champion Larry Holmes and current British and Commonwealth king David Price were among the onlookers at...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 


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