Day In a Page
Friday, 15 January 2010
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- China's online population swells to 384 million:
- British comic Gervais raps Twitter as 'undignified'
- Bing posts modest US search market gain in December
- YouTube's most-watched videos of the week
- Current Twitter trends: Haiti, 'omgfacts', 'get well Lady Gaga'
- 12 trends that will shape online rights in 2010
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: video game statistics, weapons, natural cupcake liners
- The 'Oscars' of the Twitter world, the 2nd annual Shorty Awards
- Mick Green: Guitarist with Johnny Kidd & the Pirates who also played alongside Paul McCartney and Van Morrison
- William Tuohy: US war correspondent who won a Pulitzer Prize for his work in Vietnam
- Teddy Pendergrass: Philadelphia soul singer who had hits with 'If You Don't Know Me by Now' and 'Close the Door'
- Esther Chávez: Prominent women's rights activist
- Arnold Strang: Comic actor of radio and television who provided the voice for Top Cat
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- Patrick Cockburn: The US is failing Haiti – again
- Yvonne Roberts: If only we can teach resilience to those who need it
- Ian Birrell: Death, disaster and a shocking reality
- Amy Jenkins: Why shows like Legally Blonde are the opium of the lasses
- Gordon Brown: We cannot fail the challenge of tackling world poverty
- The truth is out there: 16/01/2010
- Nigel Morris: Spending cuts and tax rises are inevitable
- Emma Bamford: Liferafts are not always the best bet in a crisis
- Matthew Price: Where the living sleep among the dead
- John Denham: Tackling racism means tackling all forms of discrimination
- Clifford Coonan: It's amazing to see how access can be limited
- Omar Waraich: Outraged in public, yet Pakistan quietly approves
- Michael Day: Dream destination has turned into hell
- Susie Rushton: Harvesting calmness in the modern age
- John Hilary: Sweatshop workers pay the price for our bargains
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- England furious as Harper's blunder costs crucial wicket
- Smith makes most of reprieve
- Early wickets put England in trouble
- Pakistan with mountain to climb thanks to 'lazy' Butt
- Strauss has much to learn from two great captains
- Angus Fraser: Case of Collingwood shows why South Africa are the better Test side
- Fearsome Smith has England on the run
- The ten best England batting collapses
- James Lawton: Desperate Pietersen incapable of halting his downward slide
- Latest images from the final Test in Johannesburg
- Scorecard: South Africa v England
- Live Scorecard: South Africa v England
- Steyn rips England's battle plan to shreds
- Ponting ends poor run as Pakistan pay for early drop
- Flintoff aims to play in all forms of game for Lancashire this summer
- Collingwood: 'We weren't good enough'
- Baltacha back after her toughest battle
- Murray: 'Federer won his first Slam at the 17th attempt. This is my 17th'
- Murray draw fears realised
- Australian Open in brief: Robson and Cavaday eliminated
- Robson fails to qualify for Australia Open
- McEnroe tips Murray for Australia title
- Murray handed a tough route to lift first Grand Slam
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- Something To Declare: Gulf-based airlines offer cheap fares; Nova Scotia; curiosities in Cuba; save money to Gatwick
- How to bag a bargain cruise trip
- Simon Calder: High and dry - the best way to fly
- Travel Agenda: Manchester's skydiving centre; Dorchester's Bafta afternoon tea; Kenya's Roft Valley Festival
- Travel Challenge: A half-term family holiday in the sun
- My Life In Travel: Denise Lewis, British athlete and Olympic gold medallist
- Cashless cabins expand further
- Weekly hotel roundup - Dubai, Bali and Peru
- Cruise line to offer studio cabins for solo travellers
- Weekly transport and tourism agenda: Singapore's first 'Integrated Resort' opens
- Meet my mountain man: How ski guides can help you get more out of your snow expedition
- Peter Lunn: 'I was furious if I didn't fall'
- So, where are the brakes? Roadtesting the latest incarnation of the snow bike
- To the wild frontiers: America's backwoods ski resorts offer new challenges
- Skate expectations: Head to Norway to master skate-skiing's V-shaped gait
- Ski gear to get excited about
- Forgotten slopes: Why has Adelboden has drifted off the British radar?
- Ski news: Gatwick airport in disarray
- Warmth and cuisine make up for Pyrenees' lack altitude and plentiful snow
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- Money Matters: 'Could my girlfriend's debt issues affect my credit rating?'
- Wealth Check: 'My sons are talented, but it all takes money'
- Questions Of Cash: 'Credit card transfer left me with fees and interest to pay'
- Mark Dampier: Stock market is set to continue its rise
- Alice-Azania Jarvis:'Instead of cosying up under the duvet, I've been hitting the slippery streets'
- After the freeze comes the thaw – and risk of a flood
- Money Insider: Rebranded Santander will keep up to speed
- Derek Pain: Mears should have made me more than a few coppers
- The price of care for elderly relatives
- Simon Read: The pressures are beginning to ease
- Consuming Issues: How to navigate through Ryanair's maze of charges
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Katie Hopkins speaks out on childhood obesity: 'Parents of fat children should be prosecuted for child cruelty'
- 1 Exclusive: Abusers using spyware apps to monitor partners reaches 'epidemic proportions'
- 2 Margaret Thatcher 'expressed fears of Asian rising' at Anglo-Irish summit in 1984
- 3 Top 10 travel destinations for 2015: From Haiti and Alaska to Namibia and Iceland
- 4 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 5 The Unluckiest People of the Year 2014 (and one very unlucky giraffe)