News archive from 9 November 2013, page 16

Burnley 1 Bournemouth 1: Ex-Clarets boss Howe denied winning return by Ings

Sky Bet Championship leaders Burnley were grateful for a point on the return of former boss Eddie Howe to Turf Moor as a late Danny Ings equaliser secured a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth. Tokelo Rantie looked to have secured a dream result for Howe -...

Daily Mail, 19:13 in Sport
 

European satellite heading back toward Earth

Europe's Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer, or GOCE, was just 99 miles (160 km) above Earth and dropping at a rate of 8 miles (13 km) per day, operations manager Christoph Steiger wrote in a status report posted on the European...

 

Norwich 3 West Ham 1: Snodgrass stunner lifts struggling Canaries out of relegation zone as Hughton's men...

Robert Snodgrass' free-kick 18 minutes from the end helped Norwich come from behind to beat West Ham at Carrow Road and move out of the Premier League's relegation zone. The midfielder struck from long range after Gary Hooper's penalty cancelled out...

Daily Mail, 19:36 in Sport
 
VIDEO: Car fire on Portland Street Lincoln

VIDEO: Car fire on Portland Street Lincoln

No one was hurt. Door staff from the Ritz pub on High Street directed traffic until emergency services arrived. Sports Bar Offer Meal and Drink £9.95 Holiday Inn View details Print voucher Burger and Chips, Breaded Fish and Chips, Mexican Nachos,...

 

Blatter now says Qatar could only CO-HOST the 2022 World Cup finals... and reaffirmed his winter stance

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has suggested that Qatar could co-host the 2022 World Cup finals. Blatter has said he was 'sure' that the prospect of other Gulf nations staging matches, such as Iran and the United Arab Emirates, would be considered by...

Daily Mail, 20:12 in Sport
 

Record-breaking Bayern now 37 games unbeaten as Dortmund fall to surprise loss

Bayern Munich pulled four points clear at the top of the Bundesliga and set a new record of 37 games unbeaten into the bargain thanks to a comfortable 3-0 win over Augsburg on Saturday. Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Muller grabbed the goals...

Daily Mail, 20:12 in Sport
 
Protest Over Union Workers Blacklist Scandal

Protest Over Union Workers Blacklist Scandal

Sixty activists have vented their anger during a protest over the scandal of blacklisted workers. The demonstrators at the Alder Hey Hospital building site in Liverpool want to highlight what they claim is the continued anti-union stance, and denial...

 

FA Cup round up: 2008 winners Portsmouth knocked out in first round by Stevenage... as referee Fearn makes...

Portsmouth suffered a first-round FA Cup exit for the second successive year as the club that triumphed in the competition at Wembley in 2008 slumped to defeat at Stevenage. Last year it was Notts County reminding Portsmouth of how far they have...

Daily Mail, 20:34 in Sport
 

EXCLUSIVE: Murray to fight hard-hitting Golovkin in Monte Carlo in February

Martin Murray has agreed a deal to fight Gennady Golovkin for the WBA and IBO middleweight titles in Monaco on February 1. They are to meet at Monte Carlo's Salle des etoiles, where Golovkin destructively knocked out Nobuhiro Ishida in three rounds...

Daily Mail, 20:34 in Sport
 

White House urges Congress to regain U.S. UNESCO vote

"Shameful that US has lost its vote at #UNESCO," Rice wrote on Twitter. "Congress needs to fix this. Current law doesn't punish the Palestinians; it handicaps the US." UNESCO on Friday suspended the voting rights of the United...

 

England 34 Fiji 12: Burgess hauls host into quarter-finals after bruising battle in Hull

An exhilarating third quarter in which they scored five unanswered tries galvanised England's World Cup and set up a quarter-final against either France or Samoa. Then it could be a semi-final at Wembley against world champions New Zealand - and dare...

Daily Mail, 20:49 in Sport
 
Colchester hospital hit by fresh fears over falsified cancer records

Colchester hospital hit by fresh fears over falsified cancer records

At least 6,000 patients at Colchester general hospital may have had their records falsified to meet treatment targets. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA The scandal over cancer treatment at a leading hospital has widened after it emerged that its own...

Guardian, 20:50 in Health
 
Syria rebels recapture army base near Aleppo airport

Syria rebels recapture army base near Aleppo airport

Rebels had held the site for nine months until Friday when Assad's troops, backed by heavy artillery fire and air strikes, briefly pushed them out. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said fighting continued on Saturday around the base, one of...

 

'It's completely untrue': Kelly Brook hits back at claims she is dating Jeremy Piven after they are spotted...

Kelly Brook has denied she is dating Mr Selfridge star Jeremy Piven. The model - who has been staying in Los Angeles for the last few weeks - was reportedly spotted hanging out with the actor at his Malibu home before attending a fancy dress party...

 

Jol on the brink of the sack! Fulham boss faces crisis talks with new owner Khan

Martin Jol was on the brink of becoming the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season after Fulham's humiliating 4-0 defeat at Liverpool. The 57-year-old Dutchman was bracing himself for talks with Fulham's new owner, Shahid Khan, after...

Daily Mail, 21:37 in Sport
 


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