News archive from 18 January 2013, page 11

Horsemeat Burger Factory In Ireland Shut Down

Horsemeat Burger Factory In Ireland Shut Down

All production has been halted at an Irish factory discovered to have produced beef burgers containing horsemeat Silvercrest Foods in the county of Monaghan, announced it would suspend operations indefinitely pending further investigations into how...

 

More tenants face rent struggle

More tenants struggled with rent payments last month after a survey showed arrears levels have reached the highest level since January last year. A total of £326 million of rent was either late or unpaid, according to LSL Property Services' Buy-to-Let...

 

A&E services review plan announced

Health officials are planning to review the way A&E services are run in England. Experts have said that urgent and emergency services need to adapt to meet rising demand. The NHS Commissioning Board (NHSCB) said the review will recommend the best...

 

Charity needs help to keep older people warm

A charity wants to spread a little warmth among older readers this winter. Age UK, in Granby Road, Bakewell, is handing out free thermometers to residents as well as selling coloured bobbles in a bid to raise cash. The drive is part of the Spread the...

 

Cameron issues threat to quit EU

Prime Minister David Cameron has served notice that Britain could leave the European Union if its concerns about its membership are not resolved. Extracts from a speech that Mr Cameron was planning to make show that the Prime Minister intended to make...

 
OIL COMPANIES MOVE ALGERIA WORKERS

OIL COMPANIES MOVE ALGERIA WORKERS

BP said plans were under way to bring some non-essential workers out of the country. Spain's Compania Espanola de Petroleos said it moved workers from two Algerian facilities to the centre of the country as a precautionary measure and its Algeria...

 

More tenants face rent struggle

More tenants struggled with rent payments last month after a survey showed arrears levels have reached the highest level since January last year. A total of £326 million of rent was either late or unpaid, according to LSL Property Services' Buy-to-Let...

 

A&E services review plan announced

Health officials are planning to review the way A&E services are run in England. Experts have said that urgent and emergency services need to adapt to meet rising demand. The NHS Commissioning Board (NHSCB) said the review will recommend the best...

 

Cameron issues threat to quit EU

Prime Minister David Cameron has served notice that Britain could leave the European Union if its concerns about its membership are not resolved. Extracts from a speech that Mr Cameron was planning to make show that the Prime Minister intended to make...

 

Food factory shut in horsemeat row

A major food factory has suspended all production after horse DNA was found in frozen burgers in new tests just two days ago. The ABP Food Group, one of Europe's biggest suppliers and processors, revealed it has stopped work at its Silvercrest Foods...

 

Man and woman found dead in South Shields home

A MAN man and woman, believed to be mother and son, were found dead at their home this afternoon. Police were called to Heron Drive, in South Shields, at around 12.23pm after a member of the public expressed concern for the occupants. Detectives at...

 
My foster son's mother drank in pregnancy. It left him so mentally damaged he was too dangerous to live with

My foster son's mother drank in pregnancy. It left him so mentally damaged he was too dangerous to live with

Looking at the little boy in front of me, I felt like howling in frustration. A big vacant grin on his face, he was hopping from one foot to the other and singing at the top of his voice, while inanely cracking his knuckles. He looked so utterly...

Daily Mail, 01:30 in Health
 

LIVE: Lance Armstrong on Oprah Winfrey - follow the explosive interview as it unfolds

Lance Armstrong is being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey as he lifts the lid on the biggest scandal in the history of sport - his drug cheating. The former cyclist, who has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and Olympics medal, has recorded...

Daily Mail, 01:31 in Sport
 
Leading sandwich factory creates 100 Worksop jobs

Leading sandwich factory creates 100 Worksop jobs

Solway Foods announce 112 vacancies at their factory at Manton Wood Enterprise Zone aand are looking for new employees to join their team WORKSOP is set for yet another jobs boost after a leading sandwich maker launched a recruitment drive. Solway...

 


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