News archive from 18 August 2013

Willey hat-trick seals first Northants title for 21 years as Surrey take a hiding in t20 final

David Willey took centre stage as Northamptonshire completed their unlikely climb from laughing stock to title winners with a thumping 102-run win over Surrey in tonight's rain-affected Friends Life t20 final at Edgbaston. Man of the match Willey...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

League Two round-up: Pompey net first win as Southend enjoy best start for 23 years

Portsmouth recorded their first win since being relegated to League Two against 10-man Morecambe. Jed Wallace opened the scoring in the 20th minute, David Connolly made it two six minutes later and, after Andy Wright had been sent off, Patrick...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

League One round-up: Posh and Orient stay top as Coventry close the gap at the bottom

Leyton Orient and Peterborough remain locked together at the top of the Sky Bet League One table after both made it three wins from three games. Britt Assombalonga was the star again for Posh, the 20-year-old scoring for the third consecutive game in...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 
The top boys: 'We don't really cry. The tears are fake'

The top boys: 'We don't really cry. The tears are fake'

Top Boy actors Giacomo Mancini, left, and Malcolm Kamulete. Photograph by Katherine Rose for the Observer Researching the book that went on to inspire The Wire, David Simon famously spent a year on the ground with Baltimore Police's homicide unit....

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

Cancer shouldn't happen to people as young as me. But it does... and I'm proof you can survive it: Teenage...

With flowing chestnut hair and wide blue-violet eyes, she gazes unflinchingly from posters and magazines - alongside the simple, arresting statement: "I was terrified, all I heard was cancer, but thanks to Teenage Cancer Trust I knew I was going...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

The misery of twitching eyes solved: How a jab of Botox can stop spasms

Injections of the lethal food poisoning bacteria botulinum toxin, commonly called by its brand name Botox, are nowadays best known as an anti-ageing treatment. The muscle-freezing effects that eliminate facial movements - and therefore wrinkles -...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Heart problems, eye strain, high blood pressure - whatever you ailments, it's been a BERRY good year

The cold spring may be a distant memory but this year's sluggish start could soon, quite literally, bear fruit. Our topsy-turvy weather means a flourishing crop of wild berries this autumn. Although fruiting is expected later than usual, it will yield...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Eating well boosts chances of fatherhood

Men may be able to protect their fertility from the effects of ageing by simple tweaks to their diet. Those with a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, fish and nuts showed fewer signs of damage to the DNA of their sperm in a study than those who avoided...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Cancer shouldn't happen to people as young as me. But it does... and I'm proof you can survive it: Teenage...

With flowing chestnut hair and wide blue-violet eyes, she gazes unflinchingly from posters and magazines - alongside the simple, arresting statement: "I was terrified, all I heard was cancer, but thanks to Teenage Cancer Trust I knew I was going...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

The misery of twitching eyes solved: How a jab of Botox can stop spasms

Injections of the lethal food poisoning bacteria botulinum toxin, commonly called by its brand name Botox, are nowadays best known as an anti-ageing treatment. The muscle-freezing effects that eliminate facial movements - and therefore wrinkles -...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Heart problems, eye strain, high blood pressure - whatever you ailments, it's been a BERRY good year

The cold spring may be a distant memory but this year's sluggish start could soon, quite literally, bear fruit. Our topsy-turvy weather means a flourishing crop of wild berries this autumn. Although fruiting is expected later than usual, it will yield...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Eating well boosts chances of fatherhood

Men may be able to protect their fertility from the effects of ageing by simple tweaks to their diet. Those with a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, fish and nuts showed fewer signs of damage to the DNA of their sperm in a study than those who avoided...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Doubt cast on girls' drugs claims

Spanish police have cast doubt on claims by two women from the UK arrested in Peru for cocaine smuggling that they were forced to carry the drugs by armed gang members. Melissa Reid and Michaella McCollum Connolly said they were forced at gunpoint to...

 

Mexico captures leader of cocaine-trafficking Gulf Cartel - reports

Ramirez had not long been the leader of the Gulf Cartel, whose former boss Mario Cardenas, alias "Fatso", was caught in September. The Gulf Cartel's power has waned in recent years in a feud with Mexico's most brutal gang, the Zetas, which...

 
Midwife crisis will 'let down' a whole generation of new mothers

Midwife crisis will 'let down' a whole generation of new mothers

Figures show the number of NHS midwives is below the ideal ratio of one midwife per 28 live births. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images The NHS's chronic shortage of midwives will last into the mid-2020s, despite ministerial pledges to...

Guardian, 00:21 in Health
 


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