News archive from 3 July 2012

Romney agrees with Obama on key part of healthcare law

Romney agrees with Obama on key part of healthcare law

But on Monday, Obama's rival for the White House, Republican Mitt Romney, took some of the air out of his party's assault on the president over healthcare. Campaign spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom acknowledged that Romney does not see the healthcare penalty...

 
Family business transforms Accrington pub into foodie heaven

Family business transforms Accrington pub into foodie heaven

By Emma Cruces, Reporter A FAMILY business is enjoying a double celebration after changing an Accrington pub into a foodie heaven. The Paintins who run the Black Horse Food Emporium in Abbey Street are celebrating after mum Kathleen was awarded the...

 

Occupy protester's tweets must be handed over: judge

Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino, who is overseeing the hundreds of criminal cases stemming from Occupy-related arrests, rejected the idea that Twitter would violate protester Malcolm Harris' privacy by turning over the information. "If you...

 

Sourcefire CEO takes medical leave

Burris will continue to serve as a member of Sourcefire's board. The company also said it now expects second-quarter adjusted earnings per share and revenue at the high end to slightly above its previous forecast of 12 cents to 14 cents per share on...

 

Rain holds up Murray charge

Andy Murray will attempt to complete a fourth-round win over Marin Cilic on Tuesday after rain forced play at Wimbledon to be abandoned. The British number one had taken a firm hold on the match, leading 7-5 3-1, when the intermittent drizzle became...

Daily Post, 22:07 in Sport
 
RAIN HOLDS UP MURRAY CHARGE

RAIN HOLDS UP MURRAY CHARGE

Andy Murray will attempt to complete a fourth-round win over Marin Cilic on Tuesday after rain forced play at Wimbledon to be abandoned. The British number one had taken a firm hold on the match, leading 7-5 3-1, when the intermittent drizzle became...

Daily Star, 22:08 in Sport
 

Wettest June sees double rainfall

This June was the wettest since records began, with double the average rain falling during the month, the Met Office has said. Provisional figures showed the UK received 145.3mm (5.7 inches) during June, beating the previous record of 136.2mm (5.4...

 

Bird flu outbreak hits chicken farms in Mexico

"There is no risk of infection (in humans) as a result of consuming poultry," said Jose Munoz from the Jalisco state government. It was not clear how many of the 870,000 birds - just a small fraction of the national flock - had contracted...

 

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise as weak data spurs Fed hope

* Weak European and Asian data also weighs (Recasts, adds quotes, details, updates to market close) By Herbert Lash and Leah Schnurr NEW YORK, July 2 (Reuters) - Stocks finished higher on M onday as weak U.S. manufacturing data raised speculation the...

 

Family business transforms Accrington pub into foodie heaven

By Emma Cruces, Reporter Kathleen Paintin A FAMILY business is enjoying a double celebration after changing an Accrington pub into a foodie heaven. The Paintins who run the Black Horse Food Emporium in Abbey Street are celebrating after mum Kathleen...

 
GUILFOYLE HOPING FOR EXTRA TIME

GUILFOYLE HOPING FOR EXTRA TIME

Guilfoyle, who earlier on Monday made 15 staff redundant, had originally given himself until Friday to find a buyer, which put Sunday's Stobart Super League fixture with London Broncos in doubt. After this weekend, the administrator must find around...

 

Collapses like Muamba's are rare

The mid-game collapse of footballer Fabrice Muamba has received massive press attention this week, as the 23-year-old was left in a critical condition after his heart stopped beating. The Bolton Wanderers midfielder collapsed during an FA Cup tie...

 
Cameron under strain, on defence over EU vote

Cameron under strain, on defence over EU vote

Cameron appeared to rule out such a vote on Friday - at least for now - telling voters after an EU summit it would not be "the right thing to do", but on Sunday he said the words "Europe" and "referendum" could go...

Reuters, 22:21 in Business
 
Cafe tribute to musician

Cafe tribute to musician

A CAFE named in memory of a Blackpool musician has been officially opened. John Shaw, founder of Blackpool Music Academy, decided it would be a fitting tribute to name the new centre’s cafe after one of their music tutors, Phil Roberts, who died, aged...

 

U.S. Air Force plane crashes fighting wildfire

The cause of the Sunday evening crash of the tanker from the North Carolina Air National Guard's 145th Airlift Wing has not been determined, and the U.S. Northern Command released few details about the crash. "There were casualties, and our...

 


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