News archive from 29 November 2015

‘Hugely disappointed’ Steve McClaren gives Newcastle Sunday training

Steve McClaren is under increased pressure at Newcastle after a 5-1 defeat at Crystal Palace that leaves his team one place off the foot of the Premier League table. Newcastle’s players will report to their Darsley Park training ground for an extra...

Guardian, 00:00 in Sport
 

Cirque du Soleil: Quidam, Hobart

Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam begins with a bored young girl, named Zoe, who is ignored by her parents and lost in the crowd of modern society. Seeking to fill the void, she slides into the imaginary world of Quidam, where she meets a host of characters...

 

Cirque du Soleil: Quidam, Canberra

Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam begins with a bored young girl, named Zoe, who is ignored by her parents and lost in the crowd of modern society. Seeking to fill the void, she slides into the imaginary world of Quidam, where she meets a host of characters...

 

Denis Cheryshev ready to force Liverpool move from Real Madrid in January transfer window - report

Denis Cheryshev ready to force Liverpool move from Real Madrid in January transfer window - report Will Giles for Metro.co.uk Real Madrid winger Denis Cheryshev is ready to force an exit with Liverpool interested in the player, according to reports....

Metro, 00:04 in Sport
 

Norwich City v Arsenal Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times

Norwich City v Arsenal Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times club metro opinion Ben Dinnery for Metro.co.uk Norwich City have performed well in recent weeks. At Chelsea and Manchester City the Canaries were unlucky to...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times club metro opinion Ben Dinnery for Metro.co.uk I can’t remember the last time Tottenham sat 10 places and 10 points ahead of Chelsea in the Premier League...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

Labor chides $600,000 salary of new part-time windfarm commissioner

The government is wasting more than $600,000 on windfarm “conspiracy theories”, Labor said, after a report revealed the salary of the newly appointed wind commissioner, Andrew Dyer. Related: Windfarm commissioner appointed with strong credentials in...

 

Corbyn appeals to grassroots as shadow cabinet anger mounts

Labour’s bitter internal row over whether to vote for airstrikes against Isis in Syria deepened on Saturday as MPs in favour of military action accused Jeremy Corbyn of trying to bypass his shadow cabinet by appealing to grassroots supporters for...

 

George Galloway, Mark Rylance and Brian Eno join London protest over Syria airstrikes

A hastily arranged day of protests across the country saw around 1,000 people gather outside Downing Street on Saturday, and other, smaller demonstrations across Britain under a “Don’t Bomb Syria” banner. The Stop the War coalition said the events,...

 

Voices from Raqqa: 'we can't hide from your bombs like animals'

The cafe and everyone inside were exiles from Raqqa – the same chefs serving up Friday roast chicken and sweet tea, the same shishas and hubbub of politics – but all carried a gloss of tragedy and exhaustion. The place had been moved wholesale, staff...

 

When Tiny Tim met Little Nell: it’s the great Dickens TV mash-up

Is it Little Nell, or Tiny Tim on his crutch, or perhaps Bill Sikes with Bull’s-Eye the dog? Maybe it is Bleak House’s tenacious Inspector Bucket, or Mrs Gamp from Martin Chuzzlewit, with her furled umbrella? None would be exactly an unexpected caller...

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

Here’s to a gluten-free Christmas: cashing in on the wheat-free trend

TV chefs Phil Vickery and Jamie Oliver are doing it, as are all the major supermarkets, and last week British pubs were also urged not to miss out. This Christmas, it seems, is going to be the biggest yet for gluten-free food. The huge growth in...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Crewe Alexandra 1 Oldham 0: Star man and player ratings

Crewe Alexandra 1 Oldham 0: Star man and player ratings

STAR MAN: Marcus Haber By far and away his best performance of the season building on an impressive final half hour against Colchester on Tuesday night. Looks twice the player with a strike partner, but upped his workrate to prove a real threat all...

 
Pep Guardiola would prefer to manage Manchester United when he eventually joins the Premier League, sources tell Sportsmail about the Bayern Munich boss

Pep Guardiola would prefer to manage Manchester United when he eventually joins the Premier League, sources...

Pep Guardiola would prefer to manage Manchester United when he eventually comes to the Premier League, according to sources close to the Bayern Munich manager. This presents United with a dilemma as to whether to move for the two-time Champions League...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Amid stollen and glühwein, terrorism fear haunts Germany’s Christmas markets

The smell of caramelised almonds and mulled wine wafts through the air as stallholders arrange their artisanal wares at one of Berlin’s most popular Christmas markets. As the first visitors start to trickle in, it is already clear that this year...

 


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