News archive from 1 January 2013, page 11

'We need to bounce back': Allardyce wants Hammers to ring in the New Year by ending run of poor form...

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants a positive reaction from his players when they welcome Norwich to Upton Park on New Year's Day.The Hammers slipped to a 1-0 defeat against fellow promoted side Reading on Saturday and have now won just one of their...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Sport
 

Allen believes Liverpool can bring back success to Anfield if they can replicate QPR masterclass

Joe Allen believes there are 'exciting times ahead' for Liverpool if they can start producing performances like yesterday's at QPR on a regular basis.The Reds dominated at Loftus Road, impressing from start to finish as they romped to a 3-0 victory...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Sport
 
Time to be Frank: On this season's evidence, Benitez and Chelsea should be scrambling to offer Lampard a new contract

Time to be Frank: On this season's evidence, Benitez and Chelsea should be scrambling to offer Lampard a...

For the past 15 years, Frank Lampard has thrived on being in the right place at the right time.And he exhibited his perfect judgement once more yesterday, as his two immaculately-timed goals gave Chelsea a 2-1 success at Everton. Lampard, 34, is the...

Daily Mail, 00:41 in Sport
 
'My brother's death was one of the worst moments of my life': Under the microscope with Peter Andre

'My brother's death was one of the worst moments of my life': Under the microscope with Peter Andre

The 39-year-old singer on his recent family tragedy, being a worrier, having Botox annually and why he feels ten years younger HOW HAVE YOU COPED WITH YOUR BROTHER'S DEATH LAST MONTH? It has had a devastating effect on our tight-knit family. It was...

Daily Mail, 00:42 in Health
 

Protest held over Peak green lane vehicle ban

Hundreds of motorcycles and 4x4 enthusiasts took part in another go slow protest against plans to ban motor vehicles from Peak District green lanes. The national park authority is consulting on proposals for the restrictions covering routes including...

 

Federal safety team joins probe of fatal Oregon bus crash

The charter bus was carrying 49 passengers, about two dozen of them holding foreign passports, through the Blue Mountains of northern Oregon en route from Las Vegas to Vancouver, British Columbia, when it crashed through a guard rail on Interstate 84...

 
Gadget: Jaybird Bluebuds X Wireless Earphones

Gadget: Jaybird Bluebuds X Wireless Earphones

I remember watching a film a few years ago; I think it was The Bourne Ultimatum, where Matt Damon was jogging through the streets wearing tiny wireless earbuds which looked impossibly futuristic, like tiny audio earrings. I jumped on my laptop to find...

 
The real reason you eat too much: It's not greed and it's not your genes. A leading academic has a startling new theory that could revolutionise the way we lose weight

The real reason you eat too much: It's not greed and it's not your genes. A leading academic has a...

Waistband feeling a bit tighter, or buttons straining after Christmas? While it's easy to blame your appalling willpower or TV-inspired lethargy, according to a respected U.S. obesity expert, weight gain might not be your fault at all. In a...

Daily Mail, 01:05 in Health
 

Space travel under threat as scientists find cosmic radiation could cause Alzheimer's in astronauts

The race for space tourism may be hotting up, but the practicalities of intergalactic travel have hit a new obstacle. Adding to the current crop of health risks involved in space travel, new research suggests that it could be harmful for the brain...

Daily Mail, 01:05 in Health
 
When Lindsey's daughter died, her organs saved FOUR lives. And if the pain grows too great, one remarkable letter lifts her despair

When Lindsey's daughter died, her organs saved FOUR lives. And if the pain grows too great, one remarkable...

Just before Christmas, the Mail told the story of 20-year-old Will Pope, who has only weeks to live unless a donor heart is found. It highlighted the UK's desperate organ shortage. Here one mother tells how her young daughter's decision to be a donor...

Daily Mail, 01:05 in Health
 

Gig review: The OK Social Club, The Waverley Stage, Princes Street

IF THIS was The Maccabees' breakthrough year, with a Mercury Award nomination for their third album, Given To The Wild, their most progressive and panoramic to date, then 2012 also heralded the emergence of The OK Social Club. The Waverley Stage...

 
Venezuela's Chavez in stable condition, says son-in-law

Venezuela's Chavez in stable condition, says son-in-law

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is in stable condition and spent Monday with his daughters, the cancer-stricken leader's son in law said in an appeal for supporters to ignore rumours about his condition. Chavez has not been seen...

 
Budding astronauts warned: travel in space can bring on Alzheimer’s

Budding astronauts warned: travel in space can bring on Alzheimer’s

SPACE travel could cause Alzheimer's with exposure to galactic cosmic radiation harming the brain, according to a new study. The Earth’s magnetic field generally protects the planet and people in low earth orbit from such cosmic radiation, but once...

 

WHILE the world stands by al-Qaeda claims new country

Deep inside caves, in remote desert bases, along the ridges and cliff faces of northern Mali, Islamic fighters are burrowing into the earth, erecting a formidable set of defences to protect what has essentially become al-Qaeda's new country. Northern...

 

Union pays out record hardship cash

A welfare fund set up by a trade union to help members pay heating and other bills paid out a record £750,000 last year. A "massive" increase was recorded in the number of applications for grants, with calls to help pay heating bills rising...

 


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