News archive from 28 September 2013

Leicester House Fire Murders: Four Charged

Four people have been charged with murder over a house fire that killed a mother and her three teenage children. A 16-year-old youth, a 24-year-old man and two 19-year-old men are due to appear at Leicester Magistrates' Court on Saturday. Kemo Anthony...

 

PEPE REINA EXCLUSIVE: My Liverpool days are over, I'll never go back

4 View comments Pepe Reina is resigned to the fact he will never pull on the Liverpool shirt again and a trace of bitterness lingers about the nature of his exit from Anfield but the popular goalkeeper is thriving again in Italy. Reunited with Rafa...

Daily Mail, 00:14 in Sport
 

The party's over! Centurion Allardyce says he plays Big Brother at Hammers training ground

At West Ham, Big Brother is always watching. Well, Big Sam is always watching, at least. The West Ham manager revealed that every training session is filmed and the footage immediately downloaded to laptops for the medical team to monitor the players'...

Daily Mail, 00:14 in Sport
 

Tears shed as Scherzinger decides

X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger finds musical chairs is not always fun as she prompts floods of tears on tonight's show by shattering the dreams of wannabes who think they are already home and dry. In a new twist for the Boot Camp stage of the...

 

Moyes brands Vidic the 'best ever' and vows to reward United defender with new contract

0 View comments David Moyes will ask Manchester United to hand Nemanja Vidic a new contract this season after declaring the Old Trafford captain the best defender he has ever worked with. Vidic endured a horror afternoon as United lost 4-1 to...

Daily Mail, 00:24 in Sport
 

Human influence on climate 'clear'

Scientists are more certain than ever that humans are causing the majority of climate change - with significant impact for the planet, a key report has shown. The first part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) fifth assessment...

 

Fear for elderly with mortgage debt

Fears have been raised for elderly people who are still sitting on large amounts of mortgage debt and could be at risk of losing their homes. A report by Bristol University and the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) found that about two-fifths...

 

Durham voted best by students

Durham University has topped a student quality of life survey by scoring highly for academic excellence as well as its social life. Loughborough, Cambridge, Newcastle and Oxford rounded out the top five rankings, according to research by Lloyds Bank...

 

Tears shed as Scherzinger decides

X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger finds musical chairs is not always fun as she prompts floods of tears on tonight's show by shattering the dreams of wannabes who think they are already home and dry. In a new twist for the Boot Camp stage of the...

 

The desk that BREATHES to help improve your posture and track how many calories you burn - but it will set...

It is the world's smartest desk - and can even "breathe' to help improve your posture. The £3,000 Stir Kinect desk has a motor to raise and lower itself, converting it into a standing desk or a traditional desk. The desk can even be programmed to...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Health
 

What can I do to stop my hands shaking?

Dr Martin Scurr has been treating patients for more than 30 years and is one of the country's leading GPs. Here he tackles shaky hand syndrome and eczema of the scalp. Over the past year I have developed shaky hand syndrome. Several members of my...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Health
 

Me and my operation: A new hip op halved my recovery time

Dennis Wilkinson, 62, a buildings maintenance engineer and gardener from Northamptonshire, was one of the first in the UK to benefit from a new way of doing hip replacement surgery. THE PATIENT Having worked in the construction industry all my life,...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Health
 

Iran makes payments on old loans to World Bank

At the time, Iran denied that it had failed to make payments on its loans, which now total $616 million, and blamed Western sanctions for preventing an intermediary from forwarding funds to the global lender. All of the payments are for old loans, as...

 

Human influence on climate 'clear'

Scientists are more certain than ever that humans are causing the majority of climate change - with significant impact for the planet, a key report has shown. The first part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) fifth assessment...

 

Fear for elderly with mortgage debt

Fears have been raised for elderly people who are still sitting on large amounts of mortgage debt and could be at risk of losing their homes. A report by Bristol University and the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) found that about two-fifths...

 


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