News archive from 14 July 2012, page 2

MARKET REPORT: Luxury fashion house Mulberry could bag a recovery

Luxury fashion house Mulberry's expensive handbags are loved by celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Claudia Schiffer, Alexa Chung and the happy-go-lucky Victoria Beckham. Costing thousands of pounds each, they are a must-have accessory for stars...

 

US central bankers knew of rate-rigging at Barclays as Fed chief urged Sir Mervyn King in 2008 to reform Libor

US central bankers suspected Barclays was massaging its Libor submissions to appear stronger than it was as early as 2007, documents released last night reveal. The New York Federal Reserve, the operating arm of the US central bank, said it...

 

Widnes teen died from fall post mortem concludes

A POST mortem has indicated that Widnes teenager Lewis Millward died of multiple injuries consistent with a fall.Formal identification of the 14-year-old has taken place and police said there is no evidence to suggest any third party involvement. The...

 
Sponsored by Celebs in the Twittersphere: Charlie Sheen | Lady Gaga | Rihanna | Lindsay Lohan

Sponsored by Celebs in the Twittersphere: Charlie Sheen | Lady Gaga | Rihanna | Lindsay Lohan

TWO celeb heavyweights clashed on the ultimate proving ground for celebrity status (twitter) this week, it didn't come to blows though, as the pair ended up practically becoming BFFs. Lady Gaga cheekily mentioned Lindsay’s eating habits after spotting...

 

Haslingden pie eaters welcome U-turn on ‘pasty tax’

ROSSENDALE and Darwen MP Jake Berry says the Government U-turn on the ‘pasty tax’ has been welcomed by Haslingden pie eaters. The backbencher was speaking during a House of Commons debate on the government’s decision to drop its VAT on freshly baked...

 
RELATIVES VISIT SHIPWRECK SITE

RELATIVES VISIT SHIPWRECK SITE

The Concordia capsized near Giglio, an island off the Tuscan coast, on January 13. Many family members arrived on Giglio on Friday for a memorial service that was to begin at 9.42pm local time, the time when the collision occurred. Among them was Elio...

 
THREE DEAD IN PRIVATE PLANE CRASH

THREE DEAD IN PRIVATE PLANE CRASH

Paul Mourier, prefect of the Var region, said two men, aged 60 and 24, and a 30-year-old woman, all from the United States, died in the crash of the Gulfstream F4, from Nice. The victims were not identified. Some 60 firefighters doused the flaming...

 
G4S to lose up to £50m on Olympics security shambles

G4S to lose up to £50m on Olympics security shambles

Home secretary Theresa May announced this week that an extra 3,500 military personnel would be drafted in to support the security operation at the Games venues, after it emerged G4S would not be able to supply the number of staff it had promised. With...

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Haslingden pie eaters welcome U-turn on ‘pasty tax’

ROSSENDALE and Darwen MP Jake Berry says the Government U-turn on the ‘pasty tax’ has been welcomed by Haslingden pie eaters. The backbencher was speaking during a House of Commons debate on the government’s decision to drop its VAT on freshly baked...

 

Patients' ratings reflect hospital quality

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

 

McCoist: Rangers will be stronger

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has vowed that his team will come back stronger following a vote for the football club to play in the fourth tier of Scottish football. The 30 clubs of the Scottish Football League (SFL) voted 25-5 in favour of entering...

 

G4S 'could lose £50m' over fiasco

Jul 13 2012 G4S stands to lose up to £50 million as a result of the London Olympics security fiasco, the firm has said. In a statement, the company said it "deeply regrets" the problems which have meant 3,500 troops being drafted in at the...

 

More floods set for saturated areas

These unbelievable scenes were shot this afternoon by Gazette photographer Jane Coltman as torrential rain led to flooding in Alnwick town centre. News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep...

 

McCoist: Rangers will be stronger

These unbelievable scenes were shot this afternoon by Gazette photographer Jane Coltman as torrential rain led to flooding in Alnwick town centre. News Local News District News Regional News National News Business Businesses News Latest Jobs Keep...

 

Difficult to see how C. diff spreads

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...

 


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