News archive from 12 July 2012

Network crash silences mobiles

Thousands of mobile users across the country have been unable to send or receive calls or texts after O2's network crashed. The problem, which extends across the country, is not affecting all customers, the network said. Some may also have problems...

 

Network crash silences mobiles

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle Features Showbiz The Guide...

 
GEMILI CRUISES TO BARCELONA WIN

GEMILI CRUISES TO BARCELONA WIN

The British sprint sensation recorded a remarkable time of 10.05seconds, a championship record and a personal best for the 18-year-old Londoner in his fledgling career. His time was 0.12secs quicker than Aaron Ernest from the United States while...

 
Sponsored by FirstGroup’s £100m asset disposal plan ‘in danger’ warn analysts

Sponsored by FirstGroup’s £100m asset disposal plan ‘in danger’ warn analysts

PRESSURE mounted on Aberdeen-based transport operator FirstGroup yesterday after analysts detected a "negative signal" over its attempts to sell £100 million-worth of assets. On Tuesday, Perth-based rival Stagecoach pulled out of a £2.8m...

Scotsman, 22:03 in Business
 
Sponsored Ball gown bridge walk.

Sponsored Ball gown bridge walk.

To help raise money... On Sunday 15th July, Rhythm & Dreams are planning a sponsored walk across the Humber Bridge and back from their base at the dance centre, dressed in their Ballroom/Latin costumes. A distance of just over 10 miles. Their aim...

 
Sponsored by Wetherspoon’s ‘reasonable’ year won’t stop it attacking red tape

Sponsored by Wetherspoon’s ‘reasonable’ year won’t stop it attacking red tape

PUBS business JD Wetherspoon has stepped up its attack on UK government red tape after flagging a "reasonable outcome" for the year thanks to a string of sports events and celebrations. The group said the Queen’s diamond jubilee and Euro...

Scotsman, 22:03 in Business
 
Sponsored by Glasgow is star of BAA performers

Sponsored by Glasgow is star of BAA performers

Glasgow Airport posted the fastest growth in passenger numbers during June for any of operator BAA's sites. A total of 734,000 travellers passed through the airport during the month, up 4.5 per cent year-on-year. In the first set of figures since...

Scotsman, 22:03 in Business
 

Network crash silences mobiles

Thousands of mobile users across the country have been unable to send or receive calls or texts after O2's network crashed. The problem, which extends across the country, is not affecting all customers, the network said. Some may also have problems...

 

Gemili cruises to Barcelona win

Adam Gemili gave a timely reminder of his outstanding talent by cruising to victory in the final of the 100 metres at the World Junior Championships in Barcelona. The British sprint sensation recorded a remarkable time of 10.05seconds, a championship...

Daily Post, 22:06 in Sport
 

Network crash silences mobiles

Thousands of mobile users across the country have been unable to send or receive calls or texts after O2's network crashed. The problem, which extends across the country, is not affecting all customers, the network said. Some may also have problems...

 
Awards for hardworking teachers, staff and pupils

Awards for hardworking teachers, staff and pupils

Awards were handed out to hardworking teachers, school staff and pupils at the Northamptonshire Telegraph's Education Awards. The awards took place at the Holiday Inn in Corby tonight (Wednesday, July 11). Mawsley Community Primary School won the...

 

Network crash silences mobiles

Thousands of mobile users across the country have been unable to send or receive calls or texts after O2's network crashed. The problem, which extends across the country, is not affecting all customers, the network said. Some may also have problems...

 
Sponsored by Fruit Shoot recall could cut Britvic’s profits by £25m

Sponsored by Fruit Shoot recall could cut Britvic’s profits by £25m

BRITVIC warned on Wednesday that the recall of its Robinsons Fruit Shoot drinks would hurt its profits far more than expected, raising concerns among analysts that the company's image could take a hit. The soft drink maker said the move would cut...

Scotsman, 22:10 in Business
 

PFGBest mystery deepens with Vegas marriage as Iowa brokers pack

Two days after the attempted suicide of founder and chairman Russell Wasendorf Sr, regulators are piecing together the alleged fraud that caused more than $200 million (128.9 million pounds) of the broker's client funds to vanish -- and the cover-up...

Reuters, 22:12 in Business
 
O2 Customers Suffer Lengthy Network Outage

O2 Customers Suffer Lengthy Network Outage

Thousands of O2 mobile customers have been without service for hours after a crash in the firm's network. Customers have been enduring network loss since Wednesday lunchtime but the company has been unable to explain the cause. The problem, which...

 


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