News archive from 25 April 2015

Australia 'public enemy number one' of UN climate talks, says Nobel laureate

Australia is emerging as “public enemy number one” of the United Nations climate change negotiations to be held in Paris in December, according to a Nobel laureate of medicine speaking from a sustainability symposium in Hong Kong. Prof Peter Doherty...

 

Gallipoli centenary marked with feelings of sadness and pride

As dawn rose over Gallipoli 100 years ago, Cyril Batchelor of the 12th Battalion AIF was on the number two boat in to North Beach, later to be known as Anzac Cove. Related: Anzac Day 2015: centenary of Gallipoli landings - rolling coverage The young...

 
Derby College holds information day at Roundhouse today

Derby College holds information day at Roundhouse today

DERBY College is holding an information day at the Roundhouse in Pride Park between 10am and noon today. It will highlight career opportunities and vocational courses which are available for all potential students at the college. The morning will...

 
Miliband looks for Yorkshire inspiration in battle for No 10

Miliband looks for Yorkshire inspiration in battle for No 10

Ed Miliband could be the first PM to represent a Yorkshire constituency, but only if he succeeds in the image battle facing him. “We’re not getting married,” are the first words from Ed Miliband in an interview that takes place in the part of Leeds...

 

Far more NHS contracts going to private firms than ministers admit, figures show

Profit-driven firms have been winning far more NHS contracts than ministers admit and privatisation has increased significantly under the coalition government, the latest evidence shows. Two new sets of figures, detailing who is being awarded...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 

Eden Hazard was too expensive... Arsenal could not afford him, admits Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger insists he isn’t haunted by his decision to back out of signing Eden Hazard in 2012 – even if he does accept the Chelsea attacker is getting better every year. It might prove to be a stunning oversight on Wenger’s part, having pulled out...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Lewis Hamilton remains Britain's richest sports star with £88m fortune as Wayne Rooney overtakes Jenson...

Lewis Hamilton remains the richest sportsman in Britain with a fortune of £88million but Wayne Rooney has overtaken Jenson Button to be in second place in the 2015 Sunday Times Sport Rich List. Formula One world champion Hamilton, who lives as a tax...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 
Aye Write! review: Tales of Auschwitz and cuckoos

Aye Write! review: Tales of Auschwitz and cuckoos

We all know how the Worst Story in the World goes, but it's different when you hear it from someone who was there. Eva Schloss can remember lining up naked in front of Mengele at 15, ready for the gas chambers. She passed, but she knew her emaciated...

 

Manchester United offer David de Gea £200,000-a-week deal to try and keep goalkeeper at Old Trafford 

Manchester United have offered to make David de Gea the world’s best-paid goalkeeper on £200,000-a-week to keep him at Old Trafford. Fears are growing at United that De Gea will return to Spain and join Real Madrid on a free transfer when his contract...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 
Savers put faith in cash, losing out to inflation

Savers put faith in cash, losing out to inflation

Pension freedom means ever more people risk missing out on vital income, says Jeff Salway Investors and pension savers in Scotland are putting their financial security at risk by playing too safe with their cash, new research suggests. Scots admit to...

 

Arsenal vs Chelsea is beauty against the beast but Blues boss Jose Mourinho is king when it comes to winning

Jose Mourinho resisted the temptation until someone mentioned defending. Arsene Wenger had been talking about how it was easier to set up a team designed primarily to defend, just as Brendan Rodgers had ventured after Chelsea’s victory at Liverpool,...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich may be the favourites, but don't discount Juventus... our...

The draw for the Champions League has pitted Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich against his former club Barcelona, while handing Italian champions a daunting task against holders Real Madrid. With sub-plots aplenty, and quality assured, the final four of...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Sunderland branded 'disgraceful' for allowing Adam Johnson to play against Stoke despite child sex charges

Sunderland have been branded ‘disgraceful’ following their shock decision not to suspend Adam Johnson despite the player facing child sex charges. The 27-year-old has been charged with three offences of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl and one...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 
Stoke City v Sunderland: Charlie Adam enjoys Gigg at Bury

Stoke City v Sunderland: Charlie Adam enjoys Gigg at Bury

CHARLIE Adam's preparations for today's clash with Sunderland included an unlikely trip earlier this week to watch Bury v Southend. And it's unlikely excursions like that which endear the popular Scot to manager Mark Hughes. It doesn't guarantee him a...

 

Sir Clive Woodward thinks England will demolish our pack at the World Cup... but we will relish the...

He has just been given licence to pick one of the finest backs of the era for the World Cup, but Michael Cheika is more pre-occupied with the denigration of his Wallaby pack. Toulon playmaker Matt Giteau could be a glorious asset at the showpiece...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 


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