News archive from 11 August 2012, page 11

Alec Lochore: We are already reaping the rewards of the Olympics

A RECENT and not unpredictable survey suggests that interest in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has experienced an Olympic "bounce" thanks to the huge success of the London 2012 Games. More people plan to buy tickets and more people feel...

Scotsman, 00:17 in Politics
 

US drought threat to bread price

The cost of a loaf of bread is expected to rise after stifling droughts in the United States farm belt caused wheat prices to rocket. Droughts which have devastated maize crops in the US have caused a dramatic increase in demand for wheat, with prices...

 
WOLVES BOSS STALE SOLBAKKEN WARNS DUO STEVEN FLETCHER AND MATT JARVIS

WOLVES BOSS STALE SOLBAKKEN WARNS DUO STEVEN FLETCHER AND MATT JARVIS

Wolves insist they will hang on to the pair unless their valuations are met after snubbing £12million from Sunderland for Fletcher and £9m for Jarvis from West Ham.

 

Shop shutter planning move rejected

Proposals to cut planning restrictions on shops wanting to install security shutters in the wake of last year's riots have been rejected. Ministers were reportedly considering scrapping the requirement for retailers to seek planning permission to...

 

Children 'loaning money to parents'

Everyone likes something for nothing which is where this idea came from, the Best Things in Life are Free! Put simply it's a website with loads of freebies from across the North West. News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz Health...

 

US drought threat to bread price

Everyone likes something for nothing which is where this idea came from, the Best Things in Life are Free! Put simply it's a website with loads of freebies from across the North West. News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz Health...

 

Children 'loaning money to parents'

Children as young as eight are loaning their pocket money to their cash-strapped parents, a study has found. Some 58% of eight to 15-year-olds surveyed by Halifax said they worry about the state of the family's finances, showing how the intense...

 

Shop shutter planning move rejected

Everyone likes something for nothing which is where this idea came from, the Best Things in Life are Free! Put simply it's a website with loads of freebies from across the North West. News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz Health...

 
Warning to stop sneak-in burglaries

Warning to stop sneak-in burglaries

RESIDENTS are being reminded to keep their windows and doors locked to stop burglaries during the hot weather. It has been reported that sneak-in burglaries happen more frequently during warmer weather because people spend more time outside of their...

 

US drought threat to bread price

The cost of a loaf of bread is expected to rise after stifling droughts in the United States farm belt caused wheat prices to rocket. Droughts which have devastated maize crops in the US have caused a dramatic increase in demand for wheat, with prices...

 

Shop shutter planning move rejected

Proposals to cut planning restrictions on shops wanting to install security shutters in the wake of last year's riots have been rejected. Ministers were reportedly considering scrapping the requirement for retailers to seek planning permission to...

 
NEWCASTLE TO FACE ATROMITOS IN EUROPA LEAGUE QUALIFYING

NEWCASTLE TO FACE ATROMITOS IN EUROPA LEAGUE QUALIFYING

Alan Pardew's side will start as hot favourites against the Greeks, who finished fourth in their league, 23 points behind champions Olympiakos. Both ties will be played before the end of this month, with the winners qualifying for the group format.

 

Venezuela's Chavez says U.S. detainee was Marine

The United States is expressing scepticism over the latest incident between the two ideologically opposed nations, but says its diplomats should be given access to the man if Chavez's statements are true. The socialist Chavez is running for...

 

Shop shutter planning move rejected

Proposals to cut planning restrictions on shops wanting to install security shutters in the wake of last year's riots have been rejected. Ministers were reportedly considering scrapping the requirement for retailers to seek planning permission to...

 


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