News archive from 9 January 2013, page 5

Villa has goals, trophies and he's only 31. Arsenal must stop dragging their heels and sign the Barcelona...

There are certain guarantees in football.Give David Villa a goalscoring opportunity and the Barcelona striker will finish it off. Present Arsenal the chance to sign a world class striker and they will give it some thought before coming back to it a...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Sport
 

New warming model from Met Office

Global temperatures are likely to rise slightly less than predicted over the next few years, according to new modelling from the Met Office. Temperatures are likely to be between 0.28C and 0.59C above the 1971-2000 average in 2013-17, and are most...

Scotsman, 00:27 in Hot News
 
Fiona Shepherd: Back to Berlin as chameleon of pop revisits 1970s haunts

Fiona Shepherd: Back to Berlin as chameleon of pop revisits 1970s haunts

THE creature they once referred to as "the chameleon of pop" has made another unexpected move. David Bowie has rarely been predictable but the man voted by the NME’s readers as the most influential artist in popular music has surprised even...

 

The pressure's on Lambert now! Proud Parkinson backs Bradford to reach Wembley after sweeping Villa aside

Phil Parkinson saluted his Bradford City giant-killers and backed them to become the first fourth-tier team to reach a major cup final in 50 years. The Bradford boss saw his League Two side stun Aston Villa with a last-gasp goal that gave them a 3-1...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 

Prostate cancer ‘city’s most common by 2030’

PROSTATE cancer is set to become the Capital's most common cancer by 2030, alarmed health experts have warned. Experts at Prostate Cancer UK said the disease – already the most common cancer in men – is predicted to become the most prevalent cancer of...

Scotsman, 00:34 in Health
 
Kate Middleton’s birthday likely to be quiet

Kate Middleton’s birthday likely to be quiet

The Duchess of Cambridge celebrates her 31st birthday today but is unlikely to be partying into the small hours. As Kate is pregnant, believed to be just over 12 weeks, celebrations are expected to be low-key. St James’s Palace has said the duchess...

Scotsman, 00:34 in Hot News
 

Police attacked in flag protests

Loyalists have pelted police with bottles and stones in a new outbreak of trouble in east Belfast amid warnings that potential investors are turning away because of the street violence. A special meeting of Unionist representatives has been called in...

 

Coalition audit to be published

David Cameron and Nick Clegg are set to publish a dossier detailing progress on 480 pledges made by the coalition Government, which will acknowledge that some targets have been missed, it has emerged. Official sources said the document would be...

 

Church organist murder: man quizzed

Police investigating the murder of a church organist who died after he was attacked on Christmas Eve have arrested a man. Lay preacher Alan Greaves was making his way to midnight mass at St Saviour's Church, near his home in High Green, Sheffield,...

 

Police attacked in flag protests

Loyalists have pelted police with bottles and stones in a new outbreak of trouble in east Belfast amid warnings that potential investors are turning away because of the street violence. A special meeting of Unionist representatives has been called in...

 

Boring work just the job for bright ideas

BEING bored at work can have a positive effect because daydreaming can increase creativity, according to a new study. Research by an occupational psychologist showed a surprising flipside to being bored or distracted in the office. Having time to...

Scotsman, 00:37 in Hot News
 

MPs back benefits capping Bill

The Government's plan for a real-terms cut in working-age benefits has cleared its first Commons hurdle after heated exchanges between coalition and Labour MPs. MPs voted by 324 to 268, majority 56, to give the legislation a second reading, but former...

 

Damien Hirt’s solo show attracts record-breaking 5.3m people

ARTIST Damien Hirst's solo show, complete with a rotting cow's head and a shark suspended in formaldehyde, helped Tate Modern attract a record-breaking 5.3 million people last year. The gallery on London’s Southbank recorded a 9.5 per cent increase in...

Scotsman, 00:37 in Hot News
 

Coalition audit to be published

David Cameron and Nick Clegg are set to publish a dossier detailing progress on 480 pledges made by the coalition Government, which will acknowledge that some targets have been missed, it has emerged. Official sources said the document would be...

 

Church organist murder: man quizzed

Police investigating the murder of a church organist who died after he was attacked on Christmas Eve have arrested a man. Lay preacher Alan Greaves was making his way to midnight mass at St Saviour's Church, near his home in High Green, Sheffield,...

 


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