Sport England opener Alex Hales takes a catch during the first Twenty20 match against Australia

England suffered yet another defeat in the opening Twenty20 match against Australia and need to win the remaining two if they are to take the series

Mark Leftly: Shell finds itself in deep water again in the US

Outlook So, the US interior department has launched an urgent review of Arctic offshore drilling operations after the grounding of Shell's Kulluk oil rig off the coast of Alaska last week. Presumably the first thing they will acknowledge is that this was effectively a shipping rather than a drilling accident, though political momentum is against the oil giant.

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1. Birds: written by Eric Partridge; written by Stephen Crane; built by Christopher Wren; performed by Lieutenant Pidgeon.

Man opens fire in US hospital and is shot dead by police

A man opened fire in a hospital in Alabama, US, wounding a police officer and two employees before he was shot dead by police.

Two British women raped on Barbados have begun an extraordinary campaign to help clear the man accused of the attacks

'Wrong man' accused of Barbados rapes, say British victims at court hearing

Two British women who were raped in Barbados say the man charged with attacking them has been wrongly accused after meeting him at a court hearing.

John McAfee: 'I have modified my appearance in a radical fashion'

I look like a murderer after disguising myself, says fugitive software mogul

John McAfee, the software millionaire on the run from detectives who are seeking to question him in Belize about the killing of his next-door neighbour, has dyed his hair, eyebrows, beard and moustache black in an attempt disguise his appearance, it was claimed yesterday.

Sail away: P&O's 'Aurora' in Southampton

Cruise Report: Christmas cheer on a Caribbean cruise

Christmas is just over six weeks away. And if the prospect of turkey followed by more turkey, darkness before teatime, and all those sitcom specials on television makes your heart sink, then it isn't too late to plan your escape. Book a cruise now and, rather than peeling sprouts on Christmas morning, you could have a leisurely breakfast in the sunshine and then do only what you want to all day long.

Simon Calder's Holiday Helpdesk: What do you know about company we're considering for our anniversary trip?

Every day our travel guru answers your travel questions

With standing water across the country cholera cases are rising

Haiti fears cholera and food shortages will raise storm's death toll

The government of Haiti has warned that Hurricane Sandy represents a "disaster of major proportions," which could bring food shortages as well as an imminent spike in the number of life-threatening cholera cases.

Mohamed bin Hammam (left) and Sepp Blatter are now best of enemies

Mohamed Bin Hammam claims Fifa president Sepp Blatter is untouchable

Mohamed Bin Hammam has claimed to FIFA's new chief investigator that Sepp Blatter appears to be untouchable.

Tom Curtis puts his Antigua and Barbuda team through their paces

Tom Curtis targets new fairytale ending to Caribbean crusade

Ex-Chesterfield player managing Antigua and Barbuda making waves in cricketing heartland

Sunil Narine of the West Indies celebrates dismissing Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene

World Twenty20: 'Sky is the limit' for West Indies

Marlon Samuels believes the “sky is the limit” for West Indies cricket following their ICC Twenty20 final win over hosts Sri Lanka.

Sunil Narine of the West Indies celebrates dismissing Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene

West Indies win World T20 final against Sri Lanka by 36 runs

Marlon Samuels inspired a West Indies fightback from the brink to deny Sri Lanka a home win and triumph themselves instead in the ICC World Twenty20 final.

World Twenty20: Flamboyant final party in prospect

For neutral observers it is all but impossible to select which side they want to become World Twenty20 champions tonight. Sri Lanka, the hosts, and West Indies, the pre-tournament favourites, both have a lot going for them.

Odd couple: Geoff Boycott (right) and Kevin Pietersen share a laugh in 2007. Tony Greig believes everyone is manageable

Tony Greig: KP is like Boycott, too good to leave out

Former England captain tells Stephen Brenkley why Kevin Pietersen reminds him of another singular character who was talented enough to merit being treated differently

Julie Hunter (left) took five wickets for Australia yesterday

England must conquer Australia to win title

Defending champions Australia will face England in tomorrow's Women's World Twenty20 final after breezing to a 28-run win over West Indies.

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