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Alexander Buttner insists he was a success at Manchester United because he won more Premier League titles...

Former Manchester United defender Alexander Buttner insists he was a success in the Premier League because he won more title medals than Steven Gerrard. The left back made just 28 appearances for the Red Devils under Sir Alex Ferguson and David Moyes ove

today, 00:42 in Sport

The MEGATURTLE on the sun: Stunning first images from ALMA telescope reveal animal-shaped sunspot twice the...

The ALMA telescope has revealed breath-taking new details from its first observations of the sun – including what appears to be a massive turtle swimming across the face of our star. New images from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA)

today, 00:33 in Science &Technology

Max Gradel on Watford's radar as Burnley join hunt for Bournemouth midfielder 

Watford have made an enquiry for winger Max Gradel but are reluctant to pay Bournemouth's asking price. Bournemouth want to recoup the £7million they paid for Gradel in 2015. Eddie Howe signed the Ivory Coast international from St Etienne following the c

today, 00:32 in Sport

Former Cardiff and Southampton manager Dave Jones to hold talks with Hartlepool United

Dave Jones has emerged as the favourite to take over the manager's job at League Two strugglers Hartlepool United. The former Cardiff City and Southampton manager is expected to hold talks with the North East club on Wednesday. Hartlepool, who are 19th i

today, 00:23 in Sport

Researchers reveal the 'death zone' inside a tornado: Study finds plummeting temperatures and a lack of oxygen

Researchers have solved the mystery of what happens inside the eye of a tornado.  Witnesses have reported freezing conditions, and a lack of oxygen - similar to the 'death zones' on high mountain peaks. Now researchers have worked out what causes them. 

today, 00:23 in Science &Technology

Why birds of a feather flock together: Hypnotic displays are used to confuse predators  

Birds of a feather flock together, as anyone who has seen a dazzling gathering of starlings in the sky will know. But why the birds congregate in vast numbers – called murmurations – has been one of nature's mysteries.  Now scientists have shown that the

today, 00:23 in Science &Technology

The IRON meteorite on Mars: Curiosity finds mystery rock that could have come from the core of an asteroid

The Curiosity rover has spotted a peculiar rock on the red planet that could be a rare iron-nickel meteorite. A raw image shared on NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory site reveals an unusual, dimpled grey rock with a metallic luster laying on the ground in t

today, 00:15 in Science &Technology

The astonishing images of cracked mud on Mars: Curiosity finds clearest evidence yet of the red planet's...

A series of stunning new images from the NASA rover Curiosity have revealed what scientists say if the first evidence or cracked, dry mud on the red planet's surface. The images are fresh evidence that the ancient era when these sediments were deposited

today, 00:15 in Science &Technology

The secret of Olympic gold? Stunning pictures reveal the airflow around downhill skiers as they descend

A study has revealed which parts of the body cause air resistance when downhill skiers perform the full-tuck position. Using wind tunnel experiments, researchers created stunning 3D models of air flow at and around the surface of the skier's body. The im

today, 00:15 in Science &Technology

Lincoln's FA Cup hero Nathan Arnold admits: 'My missus had a dream we won 1-0 and I scored the goal'

Non-League Lincoln City and Sutton staged a dramatic double FA Cup giantkilling on Tuesday night. Both National League sides left it until added time to clinch victories, with Nathan Arnold giving Lincoln a 1-0 win over Championship side Ipswich and Maxi

today, 00:14 in Sport

Jeison Murillo scores incredible bicycle kick as Inter Milan edge Bologna in Italian Cup  

Jeison Murillo scored with a spectacular bicycle kick and Antonio Candreva got the winner in extra time as Inter Milan beat Bologna 3-2 Tuesday to advance to the Italian Cup quarterfinals. Shortly after the half-hour mark, Murillo broke the deadlock in s

today, 00:09 in Sport

Louis van Gaal sets record straight on retirement speculation: 'I am just taking a sabbatical year and...

Former Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal insists he has not retired from football management and is instead taking a 'sabbatical year'. Van Gaal, 65, had been quoted in the Dutch media earlier this week stating that he intended to stop coaching due t

today, 00:06 in Sport

Wimbledon 1-3 Sutton: National League side complete dramatic fightback against 10-men 

When it comes to the FA Cup they really do write some of the best scripts in the suburban corner where Wimbledon and Sutton rub shoulders. Some of the most magical giant-killing escapades in the history of this famous competition have featured these two

yesterday, 23:57 in Sport

Savers in line to get £10,000 extra protection if their bank fails

Savers are in line to get an extra £10,000 protection in the event of their bank going bust. Under existing rules, £75,000 of each saver’s money is covered under the Financial Services Compensation scheme. From January 30, however, this limit is set to r

yesterday, 23:46 in Business

VICTORIA BISCHOFF: NS&I may offer the best rates - but it also seems to be offering the most headaches

National Savings & Investments may be offering the best rates — but many of its savers are far from happy. Over the past two weeks we've been inundated with letters and emails from readers questioning whether they should pull their money out of...

yesterday, 23:46 in Business

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