News archive from 30 January 2013

IT'S BAL OVER FOR MARIO

IT'S BAL OVER FOR MARIO

MARIO BALOTELLI will return to Italy today to join AC Milan in a £20m deal. The controversial striker will have a medical at the San Siro before agreeing a four-year deal worth £3.4m a year to bring an end to his troubled spell at Manchester City....

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
BLUES JUMP IN FOR JACK BUTLAND

BLUES JUMP IN FOR JACK BUTLAND

CHELSEA have been given permission to hold talks with keeper Jack Butland. Birmingham yesterday gave Butland (right) the green light to travel south – possibly today – after the Blues tabled an offer of £4m plus add-ons. Starsport understands Butland...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Blind dissident urges global pressure on China over rights

Chen is a self-taught legal advocate whose escape from house arrest last April and subsequent refuge in the U.S. Embassy embarrassed China and led to a diplomatic tussle that ended with him leaving China to study in New York. He used a speech at a...

 
TOON SLAM LAMB

TOON SLAM LAMB

NEWCASTLE piled the pressure on under-fire Villa boss Paul Lambert with their first away win of the season. And as a result, Toon chief Alan Pardew was able to breathe a sigh of relief. Papiss Cisse put Newcastle ahead in the 19th minute and Yohan...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
ASTON VILLA 1 - NEWCASTLE 2: FERRY GOOD BUSINESS FOR ALAN PARDEW

ASTON VILLA 1 - NEWCASTLE 2: FERRY GOOD BUSINESS FOR ALAN PARDEW

ALAN PARDEW's cross-Channel shopping trip put Newcastle's fans into party mood last night as the new French imports delivered the goods. While most people come back from France loaded up with beer and wine to take on the ferry home, the Toon boss had...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
QPR 0 - MANCHESTER CITY 0: STAR JULIO CESAR STOPS CITY

QPR 0 - MANCHESTER CITY 0: STAR JULIO CESAR STOPS CITY

MANCHESTER CITY ran QPR ragged last night – but failed to find the right route to goal. They had plenty of chances but were denied first by the frame of the goal and then by the outstanding ­Julio Cesar. But rock-bottom Rangers could have rocked City...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
SUNDERLAND 0 - SWANSEA 0: THERE'S NO DANNY GRAHAM JOY

SUNDERLAND 0 - SWANSEA 0: THERE'S NO DANNY GRAHAM JOY

DANNY GRAHAM came close to giving Swansea the perfect leaving present – against the club he is about to join. The Swansea striker saw his goalbound shot – the last kick of the game – blocked by ­ lunging Blacks Cats defender Titus Bramble. That would...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
CAPTAIN CONAN ON TRACK

CAPTAIN CONAN ON TRACK

CAPTAIN Conan was one of seven left in at the four-day stage for Saturday's Grade One Betfred Mobile Lotto Challengers Novices' Chase at Sandown. The two-and-a-half mile event has attracted Rebel Rebellion from Paul Nicholls' yard and Houblon Des...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
ANGER IS STILL NOT WANING

ANGER IS STILL NOT WANING

SHAUN WANE has gone through three months of torture and now he's looking for revenge. Wane's Wigan dominated Super League for most of last year in his ­debut season as coach. But they came a cropper in the semi-finals of both the Challenge Cup and the...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
SEAN MAITLAN IS KI TO A CALCUTTA STUNNER

SEAN MAITLAN IS KI TO A CALCUTTA STUNNER

SCOTLAND are ready to unleash a Kiwi jet on England in Saturday's Calcutta Cup showdown. England are on a high after their record 38-21 win over the mighty All Blacks at Twickenham in December. But interim Scotland head coach Scott Johnson believes...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
David Cameron flies to Algeria for talks on terror

David Cameron flies to Algeria for talks on terror

David Cameron is to fly to Algeria to hold talks with the country's prime minister. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters David Cameron will underline his commitment to fight the new threat from jihadists in the Sahel by flying to Algeria on Wednesday to...

 
Bill Gates speaks of world's difficult fight to eradicate polio

Bill Gates speaks of world's difficult fight to eradicate polio

Bill Gates has spoken of the battle to eradicate polio across the world. Photograph: Rex Features/SIPA Bill Gates has given a lecture in London in which he described the battle to eradicate polio as one of the most difficult tasks the world has ever...

 
RBS pushed to accept criminal charge on Libor

RBS pushed to accept criminal charge on Libor

Royal Bank of Scotland is being pressured into accepting criminal charges as US regulators close in on a £500 million fine for its alleged part in rigging key interest rates. However, RBS executives are resisting any guilty plea, according to sources...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Business
 
Browns Food to take over Hall’s brand

Browns Food to take over Hall’s brand

TWO of Scotland's oldest food brands will be brought together today when Dumfriesshire-based Browns Food Group buys the Hall's of Broxburn brand and its delivery van business. Some 50 jobs will be secured as Browns takes over the delivery operations...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Business
 

Mayer adds a little lustre to Yahoo figures

Yahoo got a little healthier during the last three months of 2012 as the long-suffering internet company took advantage of higher advertising prices and more money coming in from overseas investments to deliver numbers that exceeded analyst...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Business
 


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