News archive from 30 March 2013, page 16

ZO HIT BY A SAMBUSTER

ZO HIT BY A SAMBUSTER

GIANFRANCO ZOLA is praying Watford have not blown their big Premier League chance as their wobble continued. Watford looked to have ended their mini-slump before Burnley sub Sam Vokes struck in injury-time. Zola's men have not won in three games and...

Daily Star, 02:43 in Sport
 
Nelson Mandela in good spirits and making progress

Nelson Mandela in good spirits and making progress

Nelson Mandela is in good spirits and making steady progress during hospital treatment for a recurring lung infection, officials in South Africa said yesterday. The 94-year-old former president enjoyed a full breakfast, according to a statement from...

 

Libyan Christians spending Easter in fear

CHRISTIANS in Libya are bracing themselves for a tense Easter after attacks on churches, the arrests of evangelists and the growing confidence of jihadist militias. Tripoli’s Anglican Church of Christ the King cancelled its traditional Palm Sunday...

 

Dozens dead as Syrian rebels push

Syrian rebels have captured a strategic town near the border with Jordan after a day of fierce clashes that led to the deaths of at least 38 people, activists said yesterday, as opposition fighters expand their presence in the south, considered a...

 
Africa watches as Kenyan election case is decided

Africa watches as Kenyan election case is decided

Kenya's outgoing president called for his nation to stay calm when a court rules today on a legal challenge over the presidential election result, seeking to avoid a repeat of the tribal bloodbath that followed a disputed vote five years ago. Orderly...

 
JONNY HOWSON HUNGRY TO PLAY HIS PART

JONNY HOWSON HUNGRY TO PLAY HIS PART

NORWICH star Jonny Howson believes a spell on the sidelines has given him back his hunger for the game. The midfielder will make his fifth successive start at Wigan after spending most of the season on the bench. And the £2m signing from Leeds is...

Daily Star, 02:46 in Sport
 
College achieves best companies award

College achieves best companies award

Top-performing Selby College has gained an award in the Sunday Times Top 100 Not For Profit Best Companies survey. Selby is the only college in Yorkshire and one of only five nationally to be honoured in this category, which pools the results of a...

 
STEVE CLARKE: JOE COLE STILL GOT

STEVE CLARKE: JOE COLE STILL GOT

STEVE CLARKE has told Joe Cole he has nothing to prove to his critics. West Brom boss Clarke saw the former England midfielder up close and personal in spells as assistant boss at both Chelsea and Liverpool. And he reckons people forget too easily...

Daily Star, 02:48 in Sport
 
WIGAN CAN STAY UP SAYS ROBERTO MARTINEZ

WIGAN CAN STAY UP SAYS ROBERTO MARTINEZ

Boss Rob will keep Wigan in PremSurvival specialist Roberto Martinez says Wigan can win the fiercest relegation battle in Premier League history. The Latics are in the drop zone, although victory over Norwich at the DW Stadium today would see them...

Daily Star, 02:52 in Sport
 

Aberdeen’s oldest hospital to close its doors

Aberdeen's oldest hospital will close at the end of the year to help reduce NHS Grampian's £157 million repair bill backlog. Woolmanhill Hospital was the original Aberdeen Royal Infirmary when it opened its doors to patients in 1749. The hospital...

Scotsman, 02:52 in Health
 
WATFORD 3-3 BURNLEY: ZOLA AND WATFORD WOBBLE

WATFORD 3-3 BURNLEY: ZOLA AND WATFORD WOBBLE

GIANFRANCO ZOLA is praying Watford have not blown their big Premier League chance as their wobble continued. Watford looked to have ended their mini-slump before Burnley sub Sam Vokes struck in injury-time. Zola's men have not won in three games and...

Daily Star, 02:54 in Sport
 
SAM ALLARDYCE WORRIED ABOUT LACK OF GOALS

SAM ALLARDYCE WORRIED ABOUT LACK OF GOALS

SAM ALLARDYCE'S frustration with his West Ham strikers has put Andy Carroll's future in the balance. The Hammers boss has blasted his forwards for a lack of goals during a season where midfielder Kevin Nolan is their top scorer with only six goals....

Daily Star, 02:55 in Sport
 
RODGERS TELLS STURRIDGE HE HAS LONG WAY TO GO

RODGERS TELLS STURRIDGE HE HAS LONG WAY TO GO

DANIEL STURRIDGE must work his socks off up front like Kop idols Ian Rush and Kenny Dalglish says Reds boss Brendan Rodgers. The Liverpool striker, 23, made a scintillating start to life at Anfield since his £12m switch from Chelsea with five goals in...

Daily Star, 02:58 in Sport
 

Ex-Archbishop attacks PM's stance

A former Archbishop of Canterbury has attacked David Cameron for doing more than any other recent political leader to feed Christian anxieties that they are part of a persecuted minority. Lord Carey said it was a "bit rich" to hear Mr...

 

Ex-Archbishop attacks PM's stance

A former Archbishop of Canterbury has attacked David Cameron for doing more than any other recent political leader to feed Christian anxieties that they are part of a persecuted minority. Lord Carey said it was a "bit rich" to hear Mr...

 


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