News archive from 11 September 2012, page 14

University of Sheffield rises in world rankings

University of Sheffield rises in world rankings

THE University of Sheffield is the "top' institution in the region - rising six places in a major worldwide league table of rankings. The establishment has been listed as number 66 in the annual QS World University Rankings - a league table of...

 

Rodgers stars in behind-the-scenes look at Liverpool in US TV documentary

From the club who brought you the Boot Room, here is something all together less secretive. Being: Liverpool is an American documentary billed as the first of its kind, a behind-the-scenes look at life at a major Barclays Premier League club. If...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 
You're the man with my son's heart! This is the moment a mother met the heart transplant patient whose life her dead son saved

You're the man with my son's heart! This is the moment a mother met the heart transplant patient whose life...

With arms spread wide and beaming with joy, Bobby Doherty and Margaret Valsechi meet for the first time. It's a moment which captures happiness so much you can almost touch it. The story behind it, however, is pure heartbreak. Just 23 months ago,...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Health
 

How to get legs like Marion Cotillard: Secrets of an A-list body

We reveal how to get the enviable physiques of the stars. This week, actress Marion Cotillard's legsShe's 36, but Marion Cotillard displayed legs that would look good on a teenager when she appeared on the red carpet recently to promote her new movie,...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Health
 
Don't count calories, it'll just make you FATTER! Which foods really make us fat?

Don't count calories, it'll just make you FATTER! Which foods really make us fat?

One of the longest standing truisms of dieting is that a calorie is a calorie and the more of them we consume (and the fewer we expend), the fatter we will get. But what if everything we thought we knew about calories was wrong? In recent months,...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Health
 
My restless legs turned me into an insomniac: It's the distressing condition robbing millions of sleep

My restless legs turned me into an insomniac: It's the distressing condition robbing millions of sleep

During my time as a correspondent at GMTV - ITV's former breakfast programme - the 3am early morning starts and frequent late nights meant that sleep deprivation became a way of life. What I hadn't bargained for was that at the weekends and during my...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Health
 

EXCLUSIVE: FA won't ask Terry to submit his phone ahead of Ferdinand race hearing

The Football Association will not ask John Terry to submit his mobile phone records before appearing at the hearing into the racist allegations against him. Terry has been charged by the FA with using 'abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour'...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

England's players must learn to love Wembley under Hodgson

His first competitive home match will be a proud moment for Roy Hodgson, who seems to be warming to the role. He inherited Fabio Capello's team at the Euros and did well. Now he needs to own this qualifying campaign.

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
New iPhone could boost U.S. GDP by up to 0.5 percent, JP Morgan says

New iPhone could boost U.S. GDP by up to 0.5 percent, JP Morgan says

Sales of the new iPhone could add between a quarter and a half percentage point to fourth quarter annualized growth in the U.S., according to J.P. Morgan's chief economist, Michael Feroli in a note to clients on Monday. Such an impact would be...

Reuters, 00:56 in Business
 
RBS tightens hold on Citizens; big U.S. banks spurn acquisitions

RBS tightens hold on Citizens; big U.S. banks spurn acquisitions

"Citizens is a core franchise in a very attractive geography," Bruce Van Saun, group finance director of the Scottish bank, told investors at a Barclays financial services conference on Monday. "We have nothing big left to sell."...

Reuters, 00:56 in Business
 

Farming: A mixed picture as combines hit the fields

Although there is still some way to go in securing this year's cereal harvest, the first ten days of September have seen a large acreage cut in Scotland. Andrew Moir, chairman of the combinable crops committee of NFU Scotland, said he was now...

Scotsman, 01:09 in Business
 

Farming: Positive news for squeezed livestock sector

Although rising feed costs may be currently causing despondency in the Scottish livestock sector, there were encouraging words yesterday from Iain MacDonald, economics analyst with Quality Meat Scotland. He stated that producers in this country...

Scotsman, 01:09 in Business
 

Web host Go Daddy hit by technical problem, sites down

"Hey all. We're aware of the trouble people are having with our site. We're working on it," the Scottsdale, Arizona, company said via Twitter on Monday afternoon. It did not explain the cause of the outage and company officials could not be...

 

Jessica Simpson shows off her 40lbs weight-loss (and little Maxwell's first bikini) on Katie Couric's new...

She might not be quite ready to slip on a bikini herself, but Jessica Simpson has no such reservations about her baby.The 32-year-old showed off little Maxwell's first swimsuit today as she shared a photo of the adorable four-month-old on Katie...

 
She's never been traditional! Peaches Geldof marries Thomas Cohen wearing THREE different gowns throughout the day

She's never been traditional! Peaches Geldof marries Thomas Cohen wearing THREE different gowns throughout...

Wearing a crown of daisies and an ethereal lace gown, Peaches Geldof looked every inch the fairy-tale bride.Beaming between her father Sir Bob Geldof and her new husband Thomas Cohen, the 23-year-old is pictured as she celebrates her wedding- only...

 


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