News archive from 21 September 2012

Exclusive: Sony/ATV starts auction for Virgin Music song catalog

These sources said non-disclosure agreements were sent out last week to more than 20 potential buyers, including Warner Music Group, Primary Wave Music, Round Hill Music, Imagem Music, Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts & Co LP, Platinum Equity...

 

Johansson for Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Scarlett Johansson will tap into her feline side later this year when she plays Maggie the Cat on Broadway. Producers have announced the Tony Award-winning actress will star in a revival of Tennessee Williams's Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. It will be...

 
BP says oil well drilling in U.S. Gulf nears pre-Macondo levels

BP says oil well drilling in U.S. Gulf nears pre-Macondo levels

(Reporting by Jeb Blount; Editing by Gary Hill)

Reuters, 22:02 in Business
 
Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

By Mike Pryce A REMARKABLE collection of writings on the Battle of Worcester by prominent UK historians has been published for the first time. Stretching to 179 pages, the coffee-table-sized book combines nine essays from writers including Professor...

 
AMISH LEADER GUILTY OF HATE CRIMES

AMISH LEADER GUILTY OF HATE CRIMES

A jury in Cleveland convicted Samuel Mullet Senior of planning the attacks in eastern Ohio last autumn. Mullet and members of his family are among 16 people who have been accused in a Cleveland federal trial. The government said the defendants...

 
SOLDIERS FIND ABANDONED BABY GIRL

SOLDIERS FIND ABANDONED BABY GIRL

The girl, wrapped in a towel, was discovered by soldiers who were checking the safety of a route near their Waghez military base, according to Defence Ministry spokesman Janusz Walczak. The soldiers were first suspicious about the bundle in a country...

 

Tottenham 0 Lazio 0: AVB fumes after THREE disallowed strikes deny Spurs win

Tottenham scored three times against Lazio but ended up taking a point home from their Europa League clash which ended a goalless draw. Clint Dempsey had a header ruled out for offside in a debatable decision before Jermain Defoe's strike was...

Daily Mail, 22:14 in Sport
 
Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

A REMARKABLE collection of writings on the Battle of Worcester by prominent UK historians has been published for the first time. Stretching to 179 pages, the coffee-table-sized book combines nine essays from writers including Professor Ronald Hutton...

 

Six companies eyeing Alcoa's Italy plant

Alcoa has decided to shut its smelter in Sardinia, an island blighted by high unemployment and slow economic growth, blaming high power prices for undermining its competitiveness. But it has pledged to maintain the plant for a year in case a buyer...

Reuters, 22:16 in Business
 

Incinerator could create 300 jobs

MORE than 300 new jobs could be in the pipeline as plans are submitted for a renewable power station in Sutton Bridge. The £300million EnergyPark Sutton Bridge development is earmarked for Wingland Enterprise Park and could generate enough renewable...

 

Man dies after three-hour wait for ambulance

THE grieving family of a man have received an apology from East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust for a slow response. John Waring collapsed at his Sutton Bridge home and a 999 was made at 9.19am. The family claims they made two further calls that...

 
Readers’ pictures...

Readers’ pictures...

"My two childern Harriet Hayden-Coles (6) and Logan Hayden-Coles (5) taken a couple of weeks ago," says proud dad Darren Hayden. “I think it captures the summery weather we had then.” You can send us your pictures at...

 

Lifeboat sent out to find boat adrift in River Dee, Flintshire

A LIFEBOAT crew was sent out after police were told a boat was adrift in the River Dee in Flintshire.Liverpool Coastguard requested the assistance of Flint RNLI volunteers following the report to North Wales Police from the Saltney Ferry area...

 
Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

Battle talks move from dinner table to coffee table

By Mike Pryce A REMARKABLE collection of writings on the Battle of Worcester by prominent UK historians has been published for the first time. Stretching to 179 pages, the coffee-table-sized book combines nine essays from writers including Professor...

 
Woman speaks of shock over all-night party

Woman speaks of shock over all-night party

A DOG walker has described the intimidating scene of carnage she encountered on an early morning walk in Pershore after she discovered the aftermath of an all-night rave. The woman was walking with two friends through a peaceful Tiddesley Wood at...

 


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