News archive from 15 March 2013

Ranger charged with common assault

Ex-Premier League footballer Nile Ranger has been charged with common assault, police have said. The 21-year-old, who left Newcastle United by mutual consent a fortnight ago, was arrested after police received reports of a fight between a couple in...

 

More A&Es miss waiting time targets

The number of hospital trusts that are failing to meet A&E waiting time targets has doubled in a year, health regulators have said. From October to December last year, 32 NHS foundation trusts failed to meet the four-hour target. But for the same...

 

Ranger charged with common assault

Ex-Premier League footballer Nile Ranger has been charged with common assault, police have said. The 21-year-old, who left Newcastle United by mutual consent a fortnight ago, was arrested after police received reports of a fight between a couple in...

 
Leeds City Council chief calls on firms to forget the big divide

Leeds City Council chief calls on firms to forget the big divide

Yorkshire business people have been urged to stop focusing on the north-south divide and prepare for the "massive" economic benefits of the new high speed rail link with London. Tom Riordan, the chief executive of Leeds City Council, made...

 

More A&Es miss waiting time targets

The number of hospital trusts that are failing to meet A&E waiting time targets has doubled in a year, health regulators have said. From October to December last year, 32 NHS foundation trusts failed to meet the four-hour target. But for the same...

 

Ranger charged with common assault

Ex-Premier League footballer Nile Ranger has been charged with common assault, police have said. The 21-year-old, who left Newcastle United by mutual consent a fortnight ago, was arrested after police received reports of a fight between a couple in...

 

More A&Es miss waiting time targets

The number of hospital trusts that are failing to meet A&E waiting time targets has doubled in a year, health regulators have said. From October to December last year, 32 NHS foundation trusts failed to meet the four-hour target. But for the same...

 

TV website Hulu elevates content chief to acting CEO

"Disney and News Corporation are currently finalizing their forward-looking plans with Hulu, and the senior team has been working closely with them in that process," Kilar wrote. "Once the plans are finalized, a permanent decision will...

 
Eye-tracking Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone unveiled

Eye-tracking Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone unveiled

Samsung has launched a smartphone which allows users to control its 5in (12.5cm) screen using only their eyes. The Galaxy S4 follows on from last year's S3, a product that sold over 40 million units worldwide. At a lavish, Broadway-themed event in New...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
JP Morgan accused of hiding losses in Senate report

JP Morgan accused of hiding losses in Senate report

US bank JPMorgan Chase has been accused of hiding its huge trading losses by a US Senate panel. The bank lost $6.2bn (£4.1bn) in trades last year by an employee nick-named the London Whale. The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations found...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 

Xi Jinping: the journey starts

Being president of China is less important than Xi Jinping's other two leadership roles, the general secretaryship of the party and chairmanship of the central military commission. Nonetheless, the ritual ballot by the country's legislature in the...

 
SWANN SET FOR EARLY SUMMER RETURN

SWANN SET FOR EARLY SUMMER RETURN

Graeme Swann is on course to be fit again by early summer, after a successful operation on his right elbow in America. The England off-spinner had to leave the ongoing tour of New Zealand, after missing last week's first Test in Dunedin because of a...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
Yes Scotland entertain great and good at Gleneagles

Yes Scotland entertain great and good at Gleneagles

LEADING Nationalist politicians were last night expected to make a concerted attempt to convince some of Scotland's most prominent business and cultural figures of the case for independence, The Scotsman can reveal. Alex Salmond, Nicola Sturgeon and...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Politics
 
Independent Scotland ‘would pay more to borrow’

Independent Scotland ‘would pay more to borrow’

A LEADING economist has warned that an independent Scotland would have to pay higher borrowing costs than the UK, putting a greater squeeze on public spending. In a major new book on Scotland’s constitutional future, Professor Charles Goodhart – a...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Politics
 
Obama says Iran more than a year away from nuclear weapon

Obama says Iran more than a year away from nuclear weapon

In an interview with Israeli television broadcast on Thursday, just six days before his visit to the country, Obama appeared to send a message to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the need for patience with Washington's Iran strategy while also...

 


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