News archive from 12 October 2015, page 14

Glencore shares halted ahead of proposed asset sale

Glencore shares halted ahead of proposed asset sale

Image copyright Getty Images Embattled mining giant Glencore has requested a trading halt of its Hong Kong-listed shares ahead of a proposal to sell some of its assets in Australia and Chile. The firm's statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange...

BBC, 06:25 in World News
 
Nine places to stay in North East region on Airbnb

Nine places to stay in North East region on Airbnb

You're coming to visit but don't fancy a hotel - don't worry, there are still plenty of places to stay! The countdown to the weekend has begun. And if you’re visiting our North East, you have an awful lot to look forward to! But the problem: you’ve...

 
Dundee United step up bid to bring Inverness manager John Hughes to Tannadice

Dundee United step up bid to bring Inverness manager John Hughes to Tannadice

DUNDEE UNITED’s bid to install Inverness boss John Hughes as their new manager could be resurrected this week. The Highlanders rebuffed the Taysiders initial approach to speak to Hughes last Friday after the Tangerines had failed in their attempt to...

 
Scotland prop WP Nel convinced his side can go all the way and WIN the World Cup

Scotland prop WP Nel convinced his side can go all the way and WIN the World Cup

WP NEL last night claimed Scotland can win the Rugby World Cup. The Dark Blues prop is convinced Vern Cotter’s side can do the distance by beating Australia in the quarter-final next Sunday and take their chances from there. A dramatic and nerve...

 

Destiny Taken King update: Bungie to make changes ahead of surprise new content release

The studio have announced their designs for Destiny's Year Two phase, revealing that they plan to add Taken King microtransactions, while also providing free DLC content through new quests and loot drops. Bungie say these changes will be kicked off by...

 
Lincoln sees 'busiest time in years' for new businesses moving into units

Lincoln sees 'busiest time in years' for new businesses moving into units

City figures say Lincoln has had one of its busiest years yet thanks to a flurry of shop openings, revamps and new eateries moving in. In the last three months, almost 25 different business announced plans to move into or refurbish units, from a...

 
PNE playermaker Gallagher looking to move up the table

PNE playermaker Gallagher looking to move up the table

Paul Gallagher is strong in his belief that Preston North End can pull themselves clear of the Championship's bottom three. The attacking midfielder says an improvement in results has to start soon though, so that PNE can avoid having to play a big...

 
Sheffield primary bids for adventure playground funding

Sheffield primary bids for adventure playground funding

A Sheffield primary school is urging people to get behind them to vote for funding of up to £25,000 to build an adventure playground. Gleadless Primary School, is going head to head with community projects across the country to secure funding for its...

 

Winning run continues as Scunthorpe RUFC have the edge on Old Halesonians

BUOYANT Scunthorpe RUFC claimed their most impressive victory of the season so far as they toppled one of National Three Midlands' pacesetters. Old Halesonians arrived at Heslam Park as joint leaders on the back of wins in all five of their opening...

 

Burton Albion skipper Mousinho disappointed not to reward travelling Brewers fans

JOHN Mousinho was disappointed not to get three points for Burton Albion's excellent travelling support at Walsall on Saturday. The Brewers were backed at Walsall's Banks's Stadium by more than 1,300 fans, who were loud and proud throughout the 90...

 
One in five working 20 to 34-year-olds have moved back home says report

One in five working 20 to 34-year-olds have moved back home says report

One in five working 20 to 34-year-olds in England has moved back in with their parents or grandparents in the last year, having previously lived independently, according to new research. The research by homeless charity Shelter into the plight of the...

 
How was your holiday?: Most ridiculous but real complaints revealed

How was your holiday?: Most ridiculous but real complaints revealed

But while some of us are pining for the hot sunshine, the cool sea and an iced beverage, others are disgruntled at what kept their time away from being perfect. How was your holiday? Did it rain? Did you lose your passport? Did you pick up a bug? Here...

 
New board takes over Daventry and District Housing

New board takes over Daventry and District Housing

A new board will take over the running of Daventry and District Housing after the agreement of Daventry District Council. Futures Housing, DDH’s parent group, will introduce a single 12 member board to manage all its homes in Daventry district, and in...

 
Another part of the mystery of Daventry soldier’s gold watch solved

Another part of the mystery of Daventry soldier’s gold watch solved

The daughter of a Daventry soldier whose gold watch was found on a market in South Africa has got in touch. Dorothy Pullen, 73, now lives in Surrey, but is the daughter of Oliver Charles Dipper. She said: “I was with a friend who showed me information...

 
Nine places to stay in North East region on Airbnb

Nine places to stay in North East region on Airbnb

You're coming to visit but don't fancy a hotel - don't worry, there are still plenty of places to stay! The countdown to the weekend has begun. And if you’re visiting our North East, you have an awful lot to look forward to! But the problem: you’ve...

 


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