News archive from 16 January 2014, page 9

Darling: Union benefits young Scots

Young people in Scotland have the most to gain from remaining in the UK and the most to lose from opting for independence, the leader of the pro-union campaign will tell younger voters. Better Together leader Alistair Darling will use his latest...

 
RUGBY REPORT: MALTON & NORTON 25 WEST HARTLEPOOL 21

RUGBY REPORT: MALTON & NORTON 25 WEST HARTLEPOOL 21

Malton & Norton ...25 West Hartlepool ...21

 

British No 2 Evans snubs GB plans in Hawaii putting Davis Cup spot in jeopardy

You might think that spending the next ten days playing a tennis tournament in sun-kissed Hawaii would be an attractive alternative to passing the time in the depths of the British winter. British No 2 Dan Evans has other ideas, however, and instead...

Daily Mail, 04:24 in Sport
 

BoE discussed FX fixing process with chief dealers -document

The investigations into alleged currency market rigging intensified on Wednesday as U.S. regulators descended on Citigroup's London offices and Deutsche Bank suspended several traders in New York. A Bank response to the Freedom of Information Request...

Reuters, 04:38 in Business
 

Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem says low inflation no threat to euro zone

An inflation rate that is well below the European Central Bank's target of near, but under 2 percent carries longer term because it can deflate wages and demand, depressing the economy. But, Dijsselbloem, who chairs the meetings of euro zone finance...

Reuters, 04:38 in Business
 
Britons Investigated Over Live Webcam Abuse

Britons Investigated Over Live Webcam Abuse

Police are investigating 139 Britons suspected of paying to view children being abused live on webcam from the Philippines. The investigation has been going on for two years into what has been described as "a significant and emerging...

 
Police arrest 78 in Durham drink drive crackdown

Police arrest 78 in Durham drink drive crackdown

HUNDREDS of drivers were breath-tested during a Christmas drink and drug drive crackdown. The campaign took place across the County Durham throughout December, using the theme ‘The Only Safe Drink is a Soft Drink’. In total, 1,347 motorists were...

 

Melbourne melts! Finally play is suspended at Aussie Open as temperatures reach 42C

The local time was just approaching 2pm in the afternoon and the mercury had hit 42C on the way up to its expected high of 44 when the Australian Open finally took mercy on its beleaguered players. For the first time during the current extraordinary...

Daily Mail, 04:50 in Sport
 

Venezuela shuffles economic team, keeps forex rate

The cabinet changes do not suggest any major shift in the country's state-dominated economy, as the new economic team retains many of the same policy-makers that helped the late Hugo Chavez advance the OPEC nation's drive toward socialism. Venezuela...

Reuters, 04:51 in Business
 
Warning over South Yorkshire vehicle theft spate

Warning over South Yorkshire vehicle theft spate

Police are urging lorry and van drivers to be on their guard after a spate of thefts in South Yorskhire. In the latest incident, a £150,000 lorry, carrying a crane, was stolen from a Doncaster hotel car park last Tuesday. South Yorkshire Police Chief...

 
Isle drivers reminded about roadworks

Isle drivers reminded about roadworks

Isle motorists who visit Scunthorpe are being reminded about disruptions on a main road. Roadworks are taking place on Collum Avenue and are expected to be there until early February. Signs are in place to warn people of the work taking place to...

 
Anniversary marks Mexborough hospital donation

Anniversary marks Mexborough hospital donation

Big-hearted members of the Mexborough Inner Wheel Club celebrated their 90th anniversary by fundraising for and donating a wheelchair for patients of the Fred and Ann Green Rehabilitation Centre at Montagu Hospital in Mexborough. The donation by...

 
Gene Therapy Breakthrough Could 'Cure' Blindness

Gene Therapy Breakthrough Could 'Cure' Blindness

Patients suffering from an inherited form of blindness have - for the first time - had their vision dramatically improved by gene therapy. The first six patients to be given the experimental injections into the back of the eye were all able to see...

 

Farrell guards the door to No 10: England fly-half knows rivalry with friend Ford is set to step up a gear

Owen Farrell does not consider himself an untouchable fixture in the England team going into the RBS 6 Nations. Instead, the Saracens fly-half is preparing to resume a friendly rivalry and fight for the right to remain at No 10. The 22-year-old’s...

Daily Mail, 05:00 in Sport
 
Anniversary marks Mexborough hospital donation

Anniversary marks Mexborough hospital donation

Big-hearted members of the Mexborough Inner Wheel Club celebrated their 90th anniversary by fundraising for and donating a wheelchair for patients of the Fred and Ann Green Rehabilitation Centre at Montagu Hospital in Mexborough. The donation by...

 


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