January 10 2009
- Doctor used 'spy-cam' wristwatch to film himself abusing patients
- Good guy Zach Galifianakis: Hangover actor takes 87-year-old friend Mimi, who he saved from homelessness, to LA movie premiere
- Warning over child access to porn
- John F Kennedy was a fan of Hitler and Nazi Germany, diaries reveal
- Call to halt golf resort plans
- Slain soldier 'a loving family man'
- Woolwich: Police shoot two men after soldier is beheaded in London street
- FHM's sexiest women poll sees Mila Kunis knock Tulisa off her perch
- Sergio Garcia fights for reputation as Tiger Woods slams 'hurtful' joke
- Police probe Manson disciple tapes
Good guy Zach Galifianakis
Hangover star takes 87-year-old to premiere
Cannes femmes: Shayk and Ambrosio on red carpet
Sir Alex Ferguson's worst ever starting XI at United
It hasn't always been a bed of roses
FHM's sexiest women - Kunis knocks Tulisa off her perch
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George Best was in a different league new
George Best was the finest footballer of them all, according to England World Cup winner Ian Callaghan.
Who wins the duels across the pitch will decide final destination of pro12 crown new
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Tipuric ready to fight for spot new
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Gopperth-inspired Newcastle beat Bedford
Newcastle moved a step closer to a return to the Aviva Premiership after claiming a nine-point lead over Bedford in the first leg of their Championship final, with fly-half Jimmy Gopperth doing most of the damage.