News archive from 27 October 2013, page 14

Chelsea 2 Man City 1: Nightmare for City as Nastasic and Hart gift Torres late winner

Fernando Torres capitalised on a defensive slip from Matija Nastasic to earn Chelsea a dramatic late win over Manchester City. The defender nodded the ball over his goalkeeper Joe Hart, allowing Torres to nip in an score from a tight angle. It...

Daily Mail, 18:07 in Sport
 
Sylvester Stallone artwork on show in Russia

Sylvester Stallone artwork on show in Russia

A collection of paintings by Hollywood action star Sylvester Stallone have gone on show at The Russian Museum in St Petersburg. The exhibition, titled: Sylvester Stallone. Art. 1975-2013, is a selection of works produced by the 67-year-old over the...

BBC, 18:11 in Art & Culture
 
Hal Needham obituary

Hal Needham obituary

Hal Needham in 2006. It was very rare in Hollywood to make the transition from stuntman to director and he was one of the few who did. Photograph: Sipa Press/Rex Upset by the critical response to his work, the stuntman turned film director Hal...

Guardian, 18:13 in Showbiz
 

Czech Social Democrats call on chairman to quit - sources

(Reporting by Rboert Muller, writing by Jan Lopatka; Editing by Alistair Lyon)

 

Swansea 0 West Ham 0: Stalemate at a sodden Liberty as Hammers deploy 4-6-0 formation again

Swansea had to settle for a point against a resolute West Ham side at the Liberty Stadium. The hosts were denied either by the Hammers' spirited backline, or goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelinen as Sam Allardyce played without a forward on the pitch at some...

Daily Mail, 18:20 in Sport
 

Tottenham 1 Hull 0: Soldado nets third penalty of the season to send Spurs fourth

Summer signing Roberto Soldado netted his third penalty of the season to give Tottenham a hard-fought 1-0 win over Hull City at White Hart Lane. Spurs struggled to break down Steve Bruce's resilient side until a handball by Ahmed Elmohamady gave the...

Daily Mail, 18:20 in Sport
 

Chile's Bachelet set to return to power, but obstacles await

A physician by training and a moderate socialist by conviction, Bachelet has unfinished business from her first term in 2006-2010. She wants to raise corporate taxes to pay for an education overhaul and rip up Chile's dictatorship-era constitution as...

 

Long Run set to make seasonal debut in Charlie Hall Chase with option of racing Grand National

Long Run, the 2011, Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, is poised to make his seasonal debut in the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on Saturday. Regular jockey Sam Waley-Cohen, whose father Robert owns the Nicky Henderson-trained eight-year-old, said a...

Daily Mail, 18:27 in Sport
 
People with mental illness need help to get back to work – but coercion is wrong

People with mental illness need help to get back to work – but coercion is wrong

Disability activists attend a protest in London against work capability assessments. Photograph: Peter Marshall/Demotix/Corbis This weekend the government announced it was delaying changes in disability welfare because it was unable to assess...

Guardian, 18:29 in Health
 
Alzheimer's study reveals new genes implicated in disease

Alzheimer's study reveals new genes implicated in disease

Alzheimer's disease affects one in 14 people over 65 in the UK, causing memory loss and confusion and ultimately leaves patients needing full-time care. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images Researchers have taken a major step towards understanding the causes...

Guardian, 18:29 in Health
 

Review of RBS to call for internal 'bad bank', not breakup - Sky

Osborne asked investment bank Rothschild ROT.UL in June to examine if RBS should be made to hive off its soured assets into a separate legal entity. Earlier this month he said sorting out the bank was his main priority in the next few weeks, but said...

Reuters, 18:30 in Business
 
Lloyds Boss Closes In On £2.4m Share Bonus

Lloyds Boss Closes In On £2.4m Share Bonus

The chief executive of taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group is set to be awarded a bonus worth about £2.5m next month as the lender continues its recovery from the 2008 financial crisis. Sky News can reveal that Antonio Horta-Osorio, who took the helm...

 

'I am going to die because not enough people are donors': Tragedy of girl, 22, whose life hangs in the...

A 22-year-old who has been battling leukaemia for six years has said her ill health could have been prevented if more people were registered as donors. Kathryn Cartwright of Sutton Coldfield believes she would have longer to live if doctors had been...

Daily Mail, 18:40 in Health
 

I'm NOT pregnant! Mother's anguish at having to tell strangers she suffering from rare condition which...

A mother-of-four has told of her anguish of constantly having to tell strangers she is not pregnant because of a rare condition which causes her stomach to swell. Hayley Barley, 24, suffers from Hirschsprung's disease which regularly causes her...

Daily Mail, 18:40 in Health
 

'I am going to die because not enough people are donors': Tragedy of girl, 22, whose life hangs in the...

A 22-year-old who has been battling leukaemia for six years has said her ill health could have been prevented if more people were registered as donors. Kathryn Cartwright of Sutton Coldfield believes she would have longer to live if doctors had been...

Daily Mail, 18:40 in Health
 


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