Sport Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hinted he could look into the possibility of signing Victor Moses from Chelsea on a permanent deal

Rodgers admits he has seen an improvement in his training of late but ultimately it is the Blues' decision where his future lies

DVD: Morris: A Life With Bells On (12)

Morris: A Life with Bells On became a word-of-mouth hit last year when its director, Lucy Akhurst, and her husband, the film's writer and lead actor, Charles Thomas Oldham, toured it around West Country village halls after failing to secure a distribution deal.

Experts call for action over 'high death rates' at NHS trust

Health chiefs and regulators 'ignored' vital mortality data at the Pennine Hospitals Trust compiled by the team that exposed the patient-care scandal at Mid Staffordshire.

Man charged after statue of Jesus is damaged

A man has been charged after a statue of Jesus Christ was broken and pulled off a crucifix outside a church.

Shannon Matthews' terrifying ordeal at hands of own family

When Shannon Matthews was discovered in the base of a bed following a massive 24-day hunt for her, it was the end of a terrifying ordeal for the nine-year-old at the hands of her own family.

Teenagers jailed for 'random' bus attack

Two teenagers have been jailed after leaving an innocent man with a fractured skull during a random attack on a bus.

Challenge Cup: Bosc sinks Crusaders after stirring comeback

Crusaders 34 Catalan Dragons 35

Oldham part company with manager Penney

Oldham have parted company with manager Dave Penney following the club's dismal League One campaign.

England hope to avoid row over Burgess

England are ready to go into their international against France on 12 June without Sam Burgess, after deciding not to force the issue with his club, South Sydney. The former Bradford forward would normally be an automatic selection, but Souths want him for their game against Brisbane the same day.

Women arrested 'trying to smuggle dead relative out of UK'

Two women have been arrested on suspicion of trying to smuggle a dead relative on to a flight out of the country.

Album: Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & The Cairo Gang, The Wonder Show of The World (Domino)

Will Oldham follows up last year's dangerously solipsistic Beware with an album rather more in keeping with his stature as the most conflicted of latterday singer-songwriters, an ascetic, solitary romantic – though ultimately it's no more welcoming than its predecessor.

British boy Sahil Saeed kidnap 'mastermind' arrested

The alleged mastermind behind the kidnapping of a five-year-old British boy in Pakistan has been arrested, police said today.

Kidnap boy Sahil Saeed on way back to UK from Pakistan

The five-year-old boy freed by kidnappers in Pakistan after his family paid a £110,000 ransom is on his way home, sources said today.

Kidnap timeline: How the ordeal unfolded

Five-year-old Sahil Saeed, from Oldham, was apparently kidnapped nearly two weeks ago while holidaying with his father in Pakistan. Here is a timeline of events surrounding the abduction:

Police dash 'kidnap boy Sahil Saeed found' hopes

Hopes that five-year-old British boy Sahil Saeed had been found were dashed today as the police chief leading the investigation in Pakistan confirmed the search is ongoing.

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