News archive from 5 December 2013, page 9

Concern for missing Nottingham man who may be in Lincolnshire

Concern for missing Nottingham man who may be in Lincolnshire

He has links to Edinburgh, Scotland, and Skegness and police believe he may have travelled to either of these areas. Mr Clifford is white and about 6ft tall. He has short, dark brown hair and wears glasses. He has a large build. Wella SP Color Save 7...

 
Town centre boss moves on after seven years

Town centre boss moves on after seven years

2 Images BURTON's town centre manager, who has been at the helm for seven years, is leaving to travel south. Paul Howard is bidding farewell to the town for a new management role in Devon, he announced on Facebook yesterday. Mr Howard leaves at the...

 
What does it take to break a terror suspect's GPS tag?

What does it take to break a terror suspect's GPS tag?

We do not know how the electronic GPS monitoring tag was removed from the ankle of Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed, the terror suspect who went missing after changing into a burka at a London mosque last month. However, a sturdy pair of scissors was all it...

 

Want to make your heart sing? Join a choir and keep your emotional well-being finely-tuned

9 View comments People who sing with others are happier with their lives than those who simply sing around the house, a study found. Choir members are also more satisfied with their lot than people who play team sports. The findings suggest that there...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 

UK's survival rates worse than European average for 9 out of 10 cancers

Cancer survival rates in Britain still lag well behind many other European countries, a study shows. Survival rates for nine out of ten common cancers are lower than the European average, despite improvements in diagnosis and treatment. And the...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 

Food tastes better if we think it's organic: Study shows virtuous labels influence tastebuds

27 View comments Not very good at cooking? Here's a surefire way to convince your guests that dinner is delicious - tell them it's organic. According to a study, we find food tastier when it comes with a virtuous label. Researchers gave a group of...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 

Want to make your heart sing? Join a choir and keep your emotional well-being finely-tuned

9 View comments People who sing with others are happier with their lives than those who simply sing around the house, a study found. Choir members are also more satisfied with their lot than people who play team sports. The findings suggest that there...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 

UK's survival rates worse than European average for 9 out of 10 cancers

Cancer survival rates in Britain still lag well behind many other European countries, a study shows. Survival rates for nine out of ten common cancers are lower than the European average, despite improvements in diagnosis and treatment. And the...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 

Food tastes better if we think it's organic: Study shows virtuous labels influence tastebuds

27 View comments Not very good at cooking? Here's a surefire way to convince your guests that dinner is delicious - tell them it's organic. According to a study, we find food tastier when it comes with a virtuous label. Researchers gave a group of...

Daily Mail, 08:39 in Health
 
Australia and South Korea agree trade deal

Australia and South Korea agree trade deal

Australia and South Korea have agreed on a free trade deal in an attempt to boost trade between the two countries. As part of the deal, tariffs on key Australian exports to South Korea such as agricultural products, energy and resources will be...

BBC, 08:41 in Business
 

Missed catches proved costly for England in 2006... it could be the same here as Cook's men take their eye...

Seven years ago in Adelaide, with Australia already three cheap wickets down in response to England's imposing 551 for 6, Ashley Giles dropped Ricky Ponting at deep backward square leg. It was a miss, some said, that cost England any chance of...

Daily Mail, 08:41 in Sport
 

China's top farm official reins in land reform expectations

China last month unveiled its boldest land reforms in decades, officially allowing rural collectively-owned land, a legacy of the planned economy, to be transferred, rented or pooled, but officials have called for caution, telling local governments...

 

Spain industrial output falls in October after brief rise in September

(Reporting by Paul Day; Editing by Elizabeth O'Leary)

Reuters, 08:43 in Business
 
Botched construction job worsens road chaos in Leamington

Botched construction job worsens road chaos in Leamington

Buy photos » ROAD chaos around Leamington has been made worse by a botched construction job at a key town roundabout, it has been claimed. The Princes Drive junction near the new Morrison's - altered when the supermarket was built at the start of the...

 
Leamington man charged with murder of 91-year-old

Leamington man charged with murder of 91-year-old

Buy photos » A LEAMINGTON man has been charged with the murder of 91-year-old Sydney Pavier. Mr Pavier died in Warwick Hospital on October 28 following an attack on September 16. The pensioner was found at his Gordon Street home, which had been...

 


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