News archive from 23 July 2013

EXCLUSIVE: This IS the best we've got... and Australia must stick with them

That was hard to watch. The Lord's Test was very difficult for Australia and I feel so much for the players because I know what they are going through. We have all been there, all been on the end of a heavy defeat and all played in Tests when we have...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Labor within striking distance of Coalition with Rudd at the helm

Labor within striking distance of Coalition with Rudd at the helm

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd speaks in Port Moresby. Photograph: NESS KERTON/AFP/Getty Images Labor's decision to switch back to Kevin Rudd as leader is continuing to be validated by opinion poll surveys which put the ALP just behind the...

 

The best time to have a heart attack? When it's a full moon, new studies show

For thousands of years, people feared the moon could change us into werewolves or even mermaids. These days, alternative health gurus sell calendars that show the 'best' lunar phase for losing weight (supposedly a waning moon - one that is getting...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

Can 99p sunglasses really be safe to wear? We asked an eye expert to analyse cut-price shades and he was...

We all know skin can burn in the hot sun - yet few people realise their eyes are also vulnerable. Sometimes they will actually hurt immediately after sun exposure, but more often damage accumulates over the years, leading to sight problems. The...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

How your man can retain his virility: Surprising advice from one of the world's top experts on the male libido

Male virility is a complex business, with implications not just for men's love lives, but their health, too, as a new book reveals. The author, Dr Ronald Virag, is a French cardiovascular surgeon and leading authority on male sexual health and...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

Villa pull off major coup by convincing Benteke to sign bumper contract... without release clause

Aston Villa have pulled off a major coup by managing not to include a release clause in Christian Benteke's bumper new contract. The Birmingham club persuaded the Belgium forward to sign a four-year deal late last week after talks between manager...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

St Helens 22 Wigan 16: Greenwood comes up trumps in dramatic derby

Joe Greenwood struck at the death to give St Helens a dramatic win and ensure Shaun Wane's gamble to rest Sam Tomkins and Sean O'Loughlin backfired for the Warriors. Matty Smith's drop goal had levelled the scores at 16-16 with five minutes left, but...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Obama congratulates royal couple

Jul 22 2013 US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the "joyous occasion of the birth of their first child". In a statement, Mr Obama said: "Michelle and I are so pleased...

 

It's a boy for Kate and William

Jul 22 2013 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have said they "could not be happier" after they became the proud parents of a baby boy. William was at Kate's hospital bedside as she gave birth to a son weighing 8lbs 6oz at 4.24pm on Monday....

 

What will happen to gay asylum seekers in Papua New Guinea?

A man holds a poster during a raly in support of asylum seekers in central Sydney July 20, 2013. Photograph: Daniel Munoz/Reuters If I return as the leader of the government and prime minister, I will be very clear of one thing: this party and...

 
White pupils 'less likely to apply for university than other ethnic groups'

White pupils 'less likely to apply for university than other ethnic groups'

The Ucas report found that fewer than three in 10 white 18-year-olds have applied to start a degree course this autumn. Photograph: Chris Ison/PA White teenagers are less likely to apply to university than youngsters from any other ethnic group,...

 

Like father, like son: Villa send Royal baby mini kit... but will he follow in William's footsteps and...

Aston Villa have been quick to jump on the Royal baby bandwagon by sending the happy couple a mini kit for their newborn son. The Duke of Cambridge is a Villa fan and the club hope his new son - who was born on Monday afternoon - will follow the...

Daily Mail, 00:23 in Sport
 

Mercy? You're kidding! England endured years of agony and the Aussies revelled in our suffering

Have you heard the one about the Germans poking fun at Australia? "We are only an hour's flight from London if you fancy a competitive game' tweeted the Deutscher Cricket Bund at the weekend, proving conclusively that the joke is very much on...

Daily Mail, 00:23 in Sport
 

Woman's body discovered in suitcase

A woman's body has been found in a suitcase hidden among trees near a sports ground, Scotland Yard said. Murder squad detectives are investigating after the discovery in Thornfield Avenue, Hendon, north London, at around 5pm on Sunday. The surrounding...

 

Federal judge sets first hearing in Detroit bankruptcy case

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Steven Rhodes agreed on Monday to the expedited hearing requested by emergency manager Kevyn Orr in response to a Michigan court judge's order for Orr to withdraw the Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing on state constitutional...

Reuters, 00:28 in Business
 


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