Day In a Page
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
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- Scientists say water on Mars would have been 'pure enough to drink', as presence of oxygen and carbon prove conditions are ideal for life
- Meet Alma, the alien hunting telescope
- Meet Alma, the alien hunting telescope that can see 12 billion years into the past
- Truth turns out to be far stranger than science fiction as Nasa Kepler space telescope discovers weird planets
- 800 samples showed antibiotic resistance last year, says agency as it backs Chief Medical Officer's warning
- Hold the line: Overheard phone calls more distracting than room full of people chatting
- Science fiction becomes science reality as Chile unveils $1.4bn ALMA telescope
- Neanderthals' large eyes led to their downfall, says study
- Life on Mars, in Utah
- George Finch: Architect whose designs were inspired by his desire to transform lives
- Professor Robert Ashton: Historian of early modern England
- Gerry Harrington: Agent whose clients included Stallone, Pitt and Strummer
- Anthony Cavendish: Intrepid intelligence officer who fought terrorism in the Middle East
- Dick Neal: Hard-grafting footballer who took on Barcelona
- Steuart Pittman: Official who tried to equip the US with fall-out shelters
- Tony Gubba: Veteran sports commentator and presenter of 'Dancing on Ice'
- Stompin' Tom Connors: Singer who celebrated his native Canada in his music
- Dirk Coetzee: Death squad commander who helped expose apartheid's killing machine
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- Pope Francis is both a continuation of the past and also something very different for the future
- It looked like the Cabinet would act against instinct on alcohol pricing. What a shame it didn't
- If you ask me...If you're showing signs of Being Alive, beware
- Have you ever tried taking away a teenager's iPhone? As A-Levels loom, my advice is, don't
- Blame Iraq, not America, for sectarian civil war
- Hollande, Cameron and how not to be a leader
- But Gwyneth is right about eating carbs
- The Cheltenham Festival: When did a day at the races become too much of a good thing?
- The ICC will put Kenyatta on trial - but the court also helped this man into power
- Would Rahul Gandhi like to close India's top dynasty?
- 'Fat girl rodeo' and 'pull a pig' games: The banter shag lads need to grow up
- Petronella, paedophilia, and the wrong lesson to draw from Olivier’s pass
- Why we went our own way on Leveson
- It rather defeats the point of a novel if the paperback has an extra chapter
- Time to help small businesses
- Stockmarkets across the world are back to previous highs, but is that good news?
- Don’t knock Sandberg – we can learn from her
- Not since the 1980s have our leaders so cruelly bullied the poor
- Silence of the Duchess: Sandi Toksvig wants Kate Middleton to speak out more, but imagine the fury it would cause if she did
- Age is no barrier to being a great parent - and I should know
- The government does not care about young people
- Why the bad feeling for footballers on the rich list?
- ‘Lose 12kg in two weeks’: Why Facebook must get rid of these dangerous and extreme weight loss ads
- Women in the criminal justice system – the forgotten voice of NHS reform?
- #conclave: Twitter reacts as the Vatican announces a new pope has been elected
- Top porn search terms from around the world
- Poll: As scientists discuss the ethics of "de-extinction", which species would you like to bring back from the dead?
- No Smoking Day: will you be cutting out the cigs?
- We need a stricter definition of bullying
- Alligator learns to swim with prosthetic tail
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- Angus Fraser: The 'Baggy Green' must mean less now than it did in my day
- Ian Bell: It is dangerous to have one eye on the Ashes
- England captain Alastair Cook labelled a 'genius' by Brendon McCullum
- England keen to reassert the status quo in New Zealand
- Player bans can inspire Australia to Ashes success says James Pattinson
- Mickey Arthur reveals Aussie attitude problem
- James Lawton: As promised, Sprinter Sacre delivered stars, each one brighter than the last at Cheltenham Festival
- Cheltenham Festival: Sizing Europe no match for sizzling Sprinter Sacre
- Cheltenham Festival 2013: Hurricane Fly regains Champion Hurdle
- Cheltenham Festival: Opening race delayed amid weather concerns
- Cheltenham Festival: First Lieutenant can assume command
- Cheltenham Festival: The New One (briefly) halts a relentless Willie Mullins
- Jon Freeman: Brave Robson’s dreams crumble in sight of a famous win
- Cheltenham Festival: Aupcharlie value to usurp Dynaste’s claims
- Cheltenham Festival: Flaxen Flare wins Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle
- Medinas surprise 33-1 winner in Coral Cup
- Cheltenham Festival: Jim Culloty rides Lord Windermere to victory in the RSA Chase
- Cheltenham Festival: The New One wins Novices' Hurdle as Rich Ricci misses out with Pont Alexandre finishing third
- Cheltenham Festival 2013: in pictures
- Cheltenham Festival: Back In Focus wins the National Hunt Chase
- Cheltenham Festival: Second day given go-ahead after freezing night
- Cheltenham Festival: Nicky Henderson relieved after Simonsig's antics
- Cheltenham Festival: Sizing can offer real measure of Sacre's greatness
- Cheltenham Festival: Boston Bob to score for Willie Mullins and set sights on future Gold Cup glory
- Jon Freeman: Quevega's famous five is a boy's own dream come true for Willie Mullins
- Cheltenham Festival 2013: Mullins and Hurricane Fly bring warmth to Irish hearts
- James Lawton: Glittering Ruby Walsh warms hearts and minds to confirm his brilliant legacy
- Cheltenham Festival 2013: Nicky Henderson trained Simonsig wins Arkle Challenge Trophy
- Cheltenham Festival 2013: Champagne Fever wins the first race on opening day
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- The first good look at a hi-tech revolution - but is Google making a spectacle of itself?
- Cyber culture: Can I borrow your Telepod?
- Cyber culture: A stampede away from the big networks
- Cyber culture: The perils of Googling yourself
- Cyber culture: The message after the beep is: your time is up, answerphones
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- Bankers’ bonuses: are you angry enough to switch accounts?
- The top 50 Money-Saving Measures
- Payday lenders: helping victims get their lives back
- Budget 2013: cut VAT on building repairs to boost the economy
- Banks must be forced to serve customers, not just make massive profits from them
- Classic cars: a way to beat the taxman
- Local communities can help crack payday lenders’ hold on the vulnerable
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
Nigel Farage and Frankie Boyle clash over Andrew Lawrence's 'Mock the Week' criticism
- 1 'Nasa Confirms Six Days of Darkness in December': No, they don't - it's a hoax
- 2 Number of global billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis
- 3 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party
- 4 Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
- 5 North Korean officials 'publicly executed for watching South Korean soap operas'