News archive from 21 June 2015

CONFIRMED: Portuguese winger set for MEDICAL after agreeing Man United switch

CONFIRMED: Portuguese winger set for MEDICAL after agreeing Man United switch

According to Turkish publication Hurriyet, Nani has already agreed personal terms with Fenerbahce and will sign a four-year deal worth £55,000-per-week. Manchester United paid £20m for the fleet-footed international in 2007, but are happy to accept...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Hull City 2015/16: Ten big dates for the diary

Hull City 2015/16: Ten big dates for the diary

Brad Rial takes a look at ten key dates ahead of Hull City's first season back in the Championship. Huddersfield at home: August 8 As a football fan, not much beats the feeling of waking up on the first day of the new season. All of the classic...

 

Saved from open heart surgery... by a mega stent: British patient 'on the verge of death' first person in...

A British heart-attack patient 'on the verge of death' has been the first person in the world to be saved by a groundbreaking 'mega stent' implant. The device is set to revolutionise treatment for thousands of patients with blocked arteries who have...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

Trevor Bayliss takes over as England coach backed as the cool head under pressure... after surviving a...

It is March 3 2009 at Liberty Square roundabout in Lahore, just 500 metres from Pakistan's Gaddafi Stadium and, as gunfire rains down on the Sri Lanka team bus, Trevor Bayliss crouches under the window by his seat three rows back. He grabs the...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

England have no hope of winning the Ashes if Mitchell Starc is on top form for Australia, warns former...

England will have no chance of reclaiming the Ashes if Mitchell Starc is on top of his game this summer, according to Graeme Swann. The former England off-spinner believes Starc — the World Cup’s joint-leading wicket-taker — will pose more of a threat...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Jimmy Anderson could start the Ashes for England against Australia without playing competitive cricket for...

Jimmy Anderson could start the Ashes without having played any first-class cricket since the Headingley Test against New Zealand, which ended on June 2. Lancashire have only two County Championship games between now and July 8.  The first, against...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Kevin Pietersen silenced by the ECB as they block a move by Sky to hire him as a pundit for the Ashes over...

England cricket chiefs blocked a move by Sky to secure Kevin Pietersen’s services as a commentator for the upcoming Ashes over fears he would continue his stinging criticism of his former team-mates. The Mail on Sunday understands that senior figures...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

New meningitis vaccine drive ‘will save thousands of lives’

Babies, teenagers and students will start receiving potentially life-saving vaccination against meningitis within weeks in a move hailed as a turning point in the fight against the deadly disease. Medical experts and charities working to beat...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 

No fires, no mystery as Stonehenge’s solstice is sold as a ‘holiday experience’

“The summer will come / Back to the stones” sang Roy Harper, about the ritual at Stonehenge, perhaps the oldest on Earth, to greet the summer solstice. But Harper’s song was also about the crushing of that rite at its most famous place of observance,...

 

Stephen Fry tells Desert Island Discs listeners he is considering parenthood

Stephen Fry is seriously considering parenthood, he will admit to Kirsty Young in his appearance as a castaway on Desert Island Discs on Sunday. The 57-year-old writer and performer tells the BBC Radio Four presenter that he and his husband of five...

 

Fitbit is the start of a revolution in digital health, but is it good for us?

In the cult 1970s television show, The Six Million Dollar Man, astronaut Steve Austin (played by Lee Majors) is shown crash landing on Earth, then being whisked into a hi-tech operating theatre. “Gentleman, we have the capability to make the world’s...

 

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Nurse cuts 'put 7-day plan at risk'

Nurse cuts 'put 7-day plan at risk'

Plans to create more seven-day services across the NHS in England are being put in jeopardy because of cuts to senior nurse posts, union leaders are warning. Official data shows the number of nurses employed in the two most senior grades have fallen...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 

Mark Wood plans to cap his meteoric rise with a place in England's Ashes team to take on Australia this...

It is hard to escape the impression that Mark Wood has timed his run to national prominence perfectly at the start of England’s Ashes summer. The first Investec Test is less than three weeks away and Wood is in England’s plans after being named in the...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

It’s Prost v Senna again – and this time the racing really is electric

Everything seems familiar. Piquet, Prost and Senna are all just millimetres off the ground in state-of-the-art racing cars, their breakneck speed round the track being watched by millions. But something is missing: the roar of engines. This is Formula...

Guardian, 00:10 in Sport
 


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