Day In a Page
Monday, 27 December 2010
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- Paul Sherwood: Pioneering anaesthetist and physician who developed the Sherwood Technique for the relief of back pain
- Meirion Pennar: Poet who challenged his readers to understand his cerebral verse
- Neva Patterson
- Teena Marie: Singer and songwriter who became Motown’s most successful white female artist
- Lamont Johnson: Emmy-winning film and television director
- Bob Feller: Prodigious baseball pitcher who earned the nickname 'Rapid Robert'
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- Leading article: Miliband's reforms will improve British politics
- Leading article: Cuts that smack more of desperation than strategy
- Leading article: A symbolic sign of support for the Palestinians
- Leading article: A verdict that may reflect badly on Russia
- Leading article: Cold comfort
- Leading article: Love, actually?
- Michael McCarthy: What's the official line on incinerators? There isn't one
- Two years after Operation Cast Lead, Gaza remains imprisoned
- Yossi Mekelberg: This is an important step on the road to political reality
- Deborah Ross: Your future is written in the stars (and below)
- John Rentoul: The Banned List is back. Get over it
- John Rentoul: Counting off the predictions for 2011
- John Rentoul: Will Human Rights kill Christian assemblies in schools?
- Jody McIntyre: Two years after Operation Cast Lead, Gaza remains imprisoned
- John Rentoul: Best Subsidised Blair-Hating Film
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- England on verge of retaining the Ashes
- England extend lead in Melbourne
- Ponting reaches boiling point as England seize complete control
- Ponting pays penalty after reaching end of his tether
- James Lawton: Technology allowed Dar to get the big decisions right, to his and cricket's benefit. Fifa take note
- James Lawton: Hapless state of Australia's national game puts future of Test cricket in jeopardy
- The Ashes: Live scorecard
- 'Shattered' Shane Watson concedes Ashes belong to England
- Display of petulance bears the hallmarks of a captain in agony
- Trott's steady pace brings Ashes slowly but surely within reach
- India in charge as 18 wickets fall in a day at Durban
- Ponting fined match fee following umpire row
- Lunch report: Tourists build lead after Siddle double gives Australia hope
- T20 generation bowled a curve ball by masters of their craft
- 'We are working our backsides off but it's making no difference'
- Michael Yardy: 'This time last year playing for England wasn't even on my radar'
- England on verge of retaining the Ashes
- Lunch report: England tighten their grip while Ponting atones for umpire row
- Jonathan Trott: 'I accumulate here and there and let other guys hit sixes'
- Ashes Diary: Ponting and the poisoned chalice
- Australians lament 'our worst cricketing day in 100 years'
- Steyn's big swingers have India rocking and reeling
- England spoil the hosts' party as unwanted records tumble
- Hat-trick for Southee as he rips apart Pakistan
- Will Hawkes: Fair-weather fans can't bear to watch
Life & Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- India's city-dwellers get angrier as society changes
- Eat healthfully to age gracefully, experts say
- Fish oil won't help you lose weight, experts say
- Can a smartphone app help you lose weight?
- Condom maker to unroll new technologies at CES
- Designer probiotics to fight fat?
- Asia's baby shortage sets demographic timebomb ticking
- iPhone app lets you monitor heart rate through your ear
- Discover your 'exercise personality'
- 2011 top 5 trends for mobile industry: LTE, mobile video calling...
- Top ten campaign videos of 2010: Old Spice, Nike and Google Chrome
- Current Twitter trends: Santos Inocentes, Superbowl
- Touchscreens and advanced OS's top priority for Europeans
- The most popular Diggs: Christmas for different age groups, unknown facts about 'Firefly'
- Weekly international iPhone apps: Tap Tap, Crystal Portal and free gifts from iTunes
- Top technology events in 2011: CES, CeBIT, Computex, TED
- Design takes over the living room as TVs get smarter
- Top new Chrome Web Store apps: Weebly, deviantART muro, Autodesk Homestyler
- Third-generation e-reader replaces Harry Potter as Amazon's best-selling product ever
- Current Twitter trends: iprefer, 2010 memories, Hugh Hefner
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- Ethical travel destinations: Argentina, Barbados, Chile
- Israel reports record tourism figures
- Best of 2010: Hotel openings
- Spanish city seeks revival with Niemeyer project
- Guidebook content comes to check-in app
- Japan's low-cost space programme pushes the limits
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: December 28
- Snow blizzard in eastern US causes travel chaos
- Another hotel chain brings concierge services to iPad
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: December 27
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
Vince Cable: Teachers 'know absolutely nothing' about the world of work
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
The quiet diplomat: Catherine Ashton - recognised and admired in all the world’s troubled countries, yet ridiculed at home
- 1 Pakistan vs Paul Smith: Sandal-wearers bemused by famed British designer's attempts to sell traditional Peshawari chappal-style shoes for the distinctly untraditional sum of £300
- 2 Family forced to flee home after discovering 'terrifying' nest of spiders in bananas
- 3 Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
- 4 Russell Crowe's Noah banned in three Arab countries before worldwide premiere
- 5 Bob Crow death: 'Admired by his members, feared by employers' - Tributes pour in for RMT union leader and 'working class hero' Bob Crow