News archive from 10 February 2015, page 4

New technology 'can save NHS £2bn'

The NHS can save £2 billion by 2020 by getting people more involved in their own healthcare by using new technology and the private sector, a study has claimed. The health service can learn from dedicated social networking sites and apps which give...

 

Kenny Dalglish claims a Treble for Celtic boss Ronny Deila would rate just as highly as those achieved by...

For all but two Celtic managers over the course of the last 127 years, the quest for the Holy Grail of a domestic Treble has ended in failure. Some may have thought the liquidation of Rangers in 2012 would have opened the door for further periods of...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 

Dundee United hope to wreck Celtic's Treble dream with clubs set to meet THREE times in a Mad March fortnight

Dundee United believe they can wreck Celtic’s Treble dreams – after Monday’s Scottish Cup draw handed them a Mad March hat-trick of chances to scalp the champions. The Taysiders will welcome Ronny Deila’s team to Tannadice in a quarter-final tie on...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 

Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo is set to secure a return to Argentina with Boca Juniors after bust-up at...

Dani Osvaldo will complete his move to Boca Juniors barring any last minute hiccups. The Southampton striker was born in Buenos Aires and is keen to return to Argentina after an ill-fated spell on loan with Inter Milan. Osvaldo, 29, has been...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 
Family of ambulance fall artist in action call

Family of ambulance fall artist in action call

THE family of an artist who died after falling from an ambulance while being dropped off at a hospital have called for measures to be put in place to prevent a similar tragedy from happening again. Fiona Barber, 71, who suffered from rheumatoid...

Scotsman, 00:36 in Health
 

Tim Sherwood can lead Queens Park Rangers to Premier League safety, insists Sunderland manager Gus Poyet

Gus Poyet believes his former Spurs team-mates Tim Sherwood and Les Ferdinand are the double act who can save Queens Park Rangers from relegation. The Sunderland boss played alongside the pair at White Hart Lane and expects them to form the new...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 

Arsenal "ready to sign Guillermo Ochoa as he asks for Malaga transfer'

Arsenal want to sign Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa after he told Malaga he wants to quit the club. Ochoa was a target for the Gunners in the summer after leaving French side Ajaccio, but he eventually signed for Malaga. However, the switch has...

Metro, 00:40 in Sport
 

Chelsea "hold talks with Mauro Icardi's agent over summer transfer'

Chelsea are reportedly holding talks Mauro Icardi's agent ahead of an £18million transfer from Inter Milan. Icardi is one of the most sought after strikers in the world, and has been watched by scouts from Liverpool, Arsenal and Real Madrid in recent...

Metro, 00:40 in Sport
 
Hartlepool boss determined to make 3-5-2system work

Hartlepool boss determined to make 3-5-2system work

RONNIE Moore defended his decision to switch to a 3-5-2 formation - and insists it CAN work for Hartlepool United if his players do the basics right. Pools were beaten 1-0 by Portsmouth at Fratton Park thanks to a 60th minute header from Matt Tubbs to...

 
£50m bid to improve Northumberland’s roads and bridges

£50m bid to improve Northumberland’s roads and bridges

Northumberland County Council has launched an ambitious £50million bid to improve the county's road network. The council has applied to the government’s Local Highway Maintenance Challenge Fund to improve the county’s more remote road network and...

 
Robson Green goes skinny dipping in new Tales from Northumberland series

Robson Green goes skinny dipping in new Tales from Northumberland series

From coming face-to-face with one of the rarest creatures on earth to a sunrise skinny dip in the North Sea, actor Robson Green has spoken of his pride after filming a new series of a popular television show, which showcases the beauty of his native...

 

Hugo Lloris eager for Capital One Cup final bow for Tottenham ahead of Michel Vorm

Hugo Lloris would like to don the gloves in the Capital One Cup final, despite not having featured in the competition for Tottenham this season. After defeating Nottingham Forest, Brighton, Newcastle and then Sheffield United over two legs, the...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Harry Kane's rise means Daniel Sturridge will go to the next level to be England's best striker, says...

Brendan Rodgers has predicted Liverpool will benefit from Harry Kane’s spectacular rise — as it will spur Daniel Sturridge on to cement himself as England’s No 1 striker. The biggest game in the Barclays Premier League this week takes place at Anfield...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell targeted in loan deal by Nottingham Forest 

Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman wants to sign Manchester United's Nick Powell on loan. Freedman tried to sign Powell while manager at Bolton and believes the talented midfielder can lift his mid-table side up the Championship table despite...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Mark Cavendish is running out of time to make 2016 Olympics team, says British cycling chief Shane Sutton

British cycling chief Shane Sutton believes time has probably run out for Mark Cavendish to return to the track for the 2016 Olympics. Cavendish, one of the greatest sprinters of all time, was considering competing in the omnium in Rio de Janeiro in a...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 


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