News archive from 13 December 2012, page 18

Cameron set for latest EU summit

David Cameron joins another EU summit push towards closer economic integration on Thursday - observing from outside the eurozone but seeking safeguards for the single market and the City of London. The latest gathering of EU leaders in Brussels is...

 
Christmas grotto is a big hit with shoppers

Christmas grotto is a big hit with shoppers

A MAGICAL Christmas grotto helped mark the start of Christmas for children in St John’s, Worcester. Santa and his four helpers, along with his two reindeer, spent the morning in the British Red Cross shop in King Charles Place on Saturday. Children...

 

Cameron set for latest EU summit

The latest gathering of EU leaders in Brussels is taking more steps towards what is now officially being described as "genuine" economic and monetary union (EMU). As a non-eurozone member the UK is not directly involved, but Downing Street...

 

Cameron set for latest EU summit

David Cameron joins another EU summit push towards closer economic integration on Thursday - observing from outside the eurozone but seeking safeguards for the single market and the City of London. The latest gathering of EU leaders in Brussels is...

 

Nuclear reactor designs 'approved'

Regulators are expected to announce that they have approved the design for nuclear reactors put forward by EDF and Areva as suitable to be built in the UK. The move will mark the end of a five-year, £35 million "generic design assessment"...

 

Cameron set for latest EU summit

David Cameron joins another EU summit push towards closer economic integration on Thursday - observing from outside the eurozone but seeking safeguards for the single market and the City of London. The latest gathering of EU leaders in Brussels is...

 

People sought to sing their way into the record books

SINGERS are invited to join in the festive spirit with a world-record attempt for the largest number of simultaneous carol singers across multiple locations. WAVES (We Are Very Enthusiastic Singers), based at Cullercoats Methodist Church, will take...

 
U.S. federal agency to test RIM's BlackBerry 10

U.S. federal agency to test RIM's BlackBerry 10

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE), will early next year begin a pilot program on RIM's new line of BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES 10), which allows corporations and government users to run...

 

Campaigners fear fracking go-ahead

Campaigners have raised fears that the Government is poised to give the green light to pushing ahead with controversial shale gas exploration in the UK. Moves by gas company Cuadrilla to exploit the unconventional gas in Lancashire were put on hold 18...

 

Red Arrows pilot inquest to resume

The inquest is due to resume on Thursday of a Red Arrows pilot who died after performing at an air show last year. Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, 33, from Rutland, was killed when his Hawk T1 aircraft came down near Bournemouth Airport in Dorset on...

 

Opposing camps dig in on Internet treaty talks

As a marathon session at the UN's World Conference on International Telecommunications concluded at about 1:30 a.m. local time in Dubai (2130 GMT), the chairman asked for a "feel of the room" and then noted that the nonbinding resolution had...

 

Britons top online shopping survey

Britons spend more than £1,000 a year each shopping online - more than any other country. New research reveals that the amount of money spent on internet shopping shot up by 14% to £1,083 last year, compared with £950 in 2010. Australians rank second...

 

Robinson threat charge man in court

A man is due in court charged with threatening to kill Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson. The 34-year-old is also charged with improper use of a public electronic communications network. It is understood the alleged threat was made by...

 

Nuclear reactor designs 'approved'

Regulators are expected to announce that they have approved the design for nuclear reactors put forward by EDF and Areva as suitable to be built in the UK. The move will mark the end of a five-year, £35 million "generic design assessment"...

 

Red Arrows pilot inquest to resume

The inquest is due to resume on Thursday of a Red Arrows pilot who died after performing at an air show last year. Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, 33, from Rutland, was killed when his Hawk T1 aircraft came down near Bournemouth Airport in Dorset on...

 


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