News archive from 2 October 2012

AOL launches video-sharing mobile phone game

For now, the game, Clucks, can only be played by iPhone users. The Android version of the app will be released by the end of the year, according to Sol Lipman, vice president of AOL's Mobile First unit which identifies new market opportunities in the...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

A banker who helped advise the Government on its stakes in part-nationalised banks has been charged following the UK's biggest probe into insider dealing. Martyn Dodgson, who was a managing director in Deutsche Bank's corporate broking team, advised...

 

Landmarks turn pink for charity

Buckingham Palace and other famous London landmarks turned pink in support of the UK's leading breast cancer research charity. Nelson's Column, the Tower of London and the BT Tower were also bathed in a rosy glow along with the Queen's official London...

 

Bannatyne in heart attack scare

TV entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne said he hoped to be discharged from hospital on Tuesday after being rushed in with a suspected heart attack. The 63-year-old Dragons' Den star was in Darlington Memorial Hospital after he fell ill at the headquarters...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

A banker who helped advise the Government on its stakes in part-nationalised banks has been charged following the UK's biggest probe into insider dealing. Martyn Dodgson, who was a managing director in Deutsche Bank's corporate broking team, advised...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

Do you enjoy reading fascinating features and riveting columns about the countryside? News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz School News Environment Health Sport Local National Updates and Highlights Kelly Column Football Transfers...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

A banker who helped advise the Government on its stakes in part-nationalised banks has been charged following the UK's biggest probe into insider dealing. Martyn Dodgson, who was a managing director in Deutsche Bank's corporate broking team, advised...

 

Landmarks turn pink for charity

Buckingham Palace and other famous London landmarks turned pink in support of the UK's leading breast cancer research charity. Nelson's Column, the Tower of London and the BT Tower were also bathed in a rosy glow along with the Queen's official London...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More Batley news Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Batley Bulldogs Local Sport National Sport Football...

 
Accrington teenager completes mile swim in memory of her sister

Accrington teenager completes mile swim in memory of her sister

A TALENTED young swimmer took the biggest plunge of her life to raise money in memory of her sister who died eight years ago. Niamh Robinson, 13, a member of the Pioneer 79 Amateur Swimming Club, based at Hyndburn Sports Centre, took part in the open...

 

Blackburn driver got to 130mph in M6 chase

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter A BLACKBURN motorist who led police on a 130mph drink-drive chase on the M6 has been jailed for 10 months. Irfan Hanif, 24, was clocked by police doing 100mph near Knutsford Services in Cheshire in the early hours of...

 
Car attacker locked up

Car attacker locked up

A DRUNKEN passer-by who attacked a parked car in Madresfield Road, Malvern, has been jailed for 18 months. The owner was celebrating his birthday by visiting his fiancée and was in a nearby house when Paul Curran went on his wrecking spree, said...

 

Accrington teenager completes mile swim in memory of her sister

Niamh, left, with swimming partner Olivia Nicholls A TALENTED young swimmer took the biggest plunge of her life to raise money in memory of her sister who died eight years ago. Niamh Robinson, 13, a member of the Pioneer 79 Amateur Swimming Club,...

 

Blackburn driver got to 130mph in M6 chase

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter A BLACKBURN motorist who led police on a 130mph drink-drive chase on the M6 has been jailed for 10 months. Irfan Hanif, 24, was clocked by police doing 100mph near Knutsford Services in Cheshire in the early hours of...

 

Banker charged with insider dealing

A banker who helped advise the Government on its stakes in part-nationalised banks has been charged following the UK's biggest probe into insider dealing. Martyn Dodgson, who was a managing director in Deutsche Bank's corporate broking team, advised...

 


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