News archive from 14 January 2014, page 11

Police warn of 'treacherous' driving conditions

POLICE chiefs are warning motorists to stay safe this morning as driving conditions are "treacherous'. The B5013 in Abbots Bromley, is partially blocked at the B5014 Uttoxeter Road junction due to an accident. A spokesman for Staffordshire Police...

 

Ronaldo: My mate Rio pleaded with me to rejoin United... and they are still in my heart

Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo was pestered to rejoin Manchester United last summer by former team-mate Rio Ferdinand. Ex-England defender Ferdinand said last week how he had constantly called the 28-year-old in order to try and persuade him to...

Daily Mail, 09:27 in Sport
 

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Daily Mail, 09:27 in Sport
 

Monaco to rival Galatasaray in race for free agent Vidic with star poised to leave United

Monaco are set to rival Galatasaray in the race to sign Nemanja Vidic on a free transfer this summer. The Manchester United defender's agent Silvano Martina has confirmed the Serbian is almost certain to leave Old Trafford when his contract expires at...

Daily Mail, 09:27 in Sport
 

Britain face tough Fed Cup challenge as Murray's side are drawn with Romania

Great Britain's Fed Cup team face a tough task to gain promotion after they were drawn alongside Romania in the draw for the Euro/Africa Group I zonal tie in February. Judy Murray's side will also face hosts Hungary and Latvia in Group B at the...

Daily Mail, 09:27 in Sport
 

Hollande bids to deflect glare from private life to reforms

His New Year's encounter with journalists in his Elysee Palace will be the French leader's first public appearance since a celebrity magazine on Friday published photos it said showed Hollande making a nocturnal visit to a lover. His office complained...

 
More Johnny Cash material will be released says son

More Johnny Cash material will be released says son

Johnny Cash's son, John Carter Cash, has described a new album by his late father as "a great treasure", saying there will be more records released in the future. Out Among the Stars comes out in March and features 12 tracks by the American...

BBC, 09:31 in Art & Culture
 
Australia Heatwave Sparks Bushfire Danger

Australia Heatwave Sparks Bushfire Danger

A major heatwave is heading towards southern Australia with authorities warning the region could face some of the worst fire danger since a 2009 inferno which killed 173 people. Temperatures are set to reach as high as 45C (113F) this week, with...

 

FTSE LIVE: Unease over US company earnings outlook drags on markets; UK inflation due

The FTSE 100 has opened down 48.2 points at 6,708.9,, tracking sharp losses on Wall Street following disappointing corporate earnings and outlook statements which raised concerns about profit growth. The Dow Jones fell 1.1 per cent, the S&P 500...

 
How much longer can the NHS live within its means?

How much longer can the NHS live within its means?

George Osborne may have no choice but to get out his chequebook in the near future. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images It's easy to be despondent about the NHS. The last couple of years have been tough, with a funding freeze in real terms,...

Guardian, 09:34 in Health
 

PAI raises almost half of 3 billion euro fund so far - source

Zinsou has said he will step down in 2015, designating Chief Investment Officer Michel Paris as his successor. PAI, which told an investor meeting in Paris on Tuesday it had secured a first tranche of 1.4 billion euros for its sixth fund, has...

Reuters, 09:36 in Business
 

Recruiter PageGroup says EMEA labour market recovering

Gross profit for the group was down 1.2 percent due to weakness in Asia Pacific, but up 0.3 percent on a constant currency basis. "Our two biggest businesses which are France and Germany both radically improved in the quarter to now only just...

Reuters, 09:36 in Business
 
Channel 4 contestant's jump for joy leaves show a star down

Channel 4 contestant's jump for joy leaves show a star down

Was the hand of Ming of Merciless involved in Flash Gordon star Sam Jones coming a cropper on the slopes – probably not, no. Photograph: Ronald Grant You'd think after battling Ming the Merciless and "saving every one of us", the small...

Guardian, 09:37 in Showbiz
 

Anderson is proof that Fergie left Moyes a squad full of damaged goods... and Suarez is no way near as good...

HE'S NOT EVEN THE BEST ANDERSON UNITED HAVE EVER HAD As the Brazilian midfielder Anderson prepares to pack his bags and move on to pastures new, another man of the same name might spring to mind. Former England midfielder Viv Anderson was at Old...

Daily Mail, 09:38 in Sport
 
WW1 soldier diaries placed online by National Archives

WW1 soldier diaries placed online by National Archives

Diaries from British soldiers describing life on the frontline during World War One are being published online by the National Archives. Events from the outbreak of war in 1914 to the departure of troops from Flanders and France were recorded in...

 


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