News archive from 4 October 2012

Two car crash in Middleton - man taken to hospital

Two car crash in Middleton - man taken to hospital

When crews arrived on the scene they found a collision between two cars, with one person trapped in one of the vehicles. Fire crews released the casualty using cutting equipment. Police and ambulance were also in attendance and fire crews were...

 

Peer Review: Key Findings

THE Peer Review team highlighted a number of key findings. The key messages read: ● This is a council that has had an impressive track record and positive reputation; ● The effective running of the council and its reputation are currently being badly...

 
Police search Bulwell street after shots fired

Police search Bulwell street after shots fired

Police said there was nothing to suggest anyone was injured or property damaged in the incident. Witnesses or anyone with any information should contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Miliband's 5 easy steps to power

Labour leader Ed Miliband has laid out his "five easy steps" to winning the next general election as he claimed the party had the "wind in its sails". Mr Miliband said his new project would outlive him as leader and probably the...

 

Albarn, Gilliam back opera campaign

Damon Albarn and Terry Gilliam have joined forces to encourage new audiences to go to the opera. The Blur frontman and Monty Python star backed the Undress For The Opera scheme which was unveiled at the English National Opera (ENO) in central London....

 
Heart patient helps to launch campaign

Heart patient helps to launch campaign

By Sarah Taylor A NEW campaign highlighting the effects of severe heart failure has been launched in Worcester. The British Heart Foundation (BHF) campaign is part of its national Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, which challenges people’s...

 

Sir David to pen autobiography

Sir David Jason has signed a deal to publish his memoir after almost half a century in the entertainment world. Publisher Random House has high hopes the 72-year-old's autobiography will be a huge seller when it hits bookshelves in the run-up to the...

 

Miliband's 5 easy steps to power

Labour leader Ed Miliband has laid out his "five easy steps" to winning the next general election as he claimed the party had the "wind in its sails". Mr Miliband said his new project would outlive him as leader and probably the...

 
Deutsche Telekom, MetroPCS to merge U.S. mobile businesses

Deutsche Telekom, MetroPCS to merge U.S. mobile businesses

The boards of both companies voted on Wednesday to approve the deal, which will see Deutsche Telekom hold 74 percent and MetroPCS 26 percent in the combined entity. The merger marks a long-awaited consolidation in the U.S. mobile market, in which the...

 

Three suspended in rail bid fiasco

Three civil servants have been suspended after the Government was forced into a costly and embarrassing U-turn over the award of a new franchise for the West Coast main line. Laying the blame for the fiasco "wholly and squarely" on the...

 
Charity bike ride raises £1,000

Charity bike ride raises £1,000

A CHARITY bike ride organised in support of a woman who tragically lost two babies within the last two years has helped raised £1,000. Wayne Cooper from Gosberton Risegate, whose daughter Casey suffered the heartbreak of having her two babies die just...

 

Denied knife charge

A MAN has denied carrying a butcher's sharpening blade, some 14 inches long, in Bridge Street, Spalding, on September 9. Adrian Zuchowski (27), of Park Road, Spalding, appeared before town magistrates on Thursday when the hearing was adjourned for a...

 

Arsenal 3 Olympiakos 1: Aaron Ramsey and Lukas Podolski fire Gunners to Champions League win

Football: This was groan-inducing at times, but in the end Arsenal put a dire first-half display behind them to register a comfortable win that sees them cement their place at the top of Champions League Group B. Lukas Podolski struck the decisive...

 
U.S. works to shut down tech support scams that have cost millions

U.S. works to shut down tech support scams that have cost millions

In the scheme, six separate rings of scam artists, most in India, call people in the United States, Canada, Australia and elsewhere, identify themselves as working for reputable companies and ask the victim to check his or her computer. The consumers...

 
Spain targets London investors for bad bank

Spain targets London investors for "bad bank"

Madrid hopes the newly formed asset management company will help unblock the credit flows to businesses and families that have been progressively choked off as the country's economic crisis has worsened. Its creation is also a condition of Spain...

Reuters, 22:12 in Business
 


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