News archive from 26 March 2014, page 28

VIDEO: Anger over demolition of ‘iconic’ Maltby pit building

Mining memories came crashing down as another of the main structures at Maltby Colliery was demolished. On Friday 21st March at around 2pm explosives were activated underneath the huge former prep plant where the coal used to be cleaned. Residents...

 
Warwick Hospital’s maternity care is praised by the CQC

Warwick Hospital’s maternity care is praised by the CQC

Warwick Hospital's maternity department has been given a glowing report by inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), who made an unannounced visit to the site last month. The inspectors from the CQC, the official healthcare regulator for...

 
Obama 'considering end of NSA phone data collection'

Obama 'considering end of NSA phone data collection'

President Barack Obama plans to ask Congress to end bulk collection of US phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA), senior officials say. They told the New York Times the agency would "end its systematic collection of data about...

 
Is Shenzhen the new Silicon Valley?

Is Shenzhen the new Silicon Valley?

Three of the five largest mobile handset companies in the world are from one country and it's not the US. Shenzhen-based Huawei, Lenovo and ZTE are Chinese companies that rank alongside Ericsson and Samsung. And it's not just volume of sales. ZTE has...

 
Flight MH370 search continues off Australia

Flight MH370 search continues off Australia

THE search for any trace of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 has resumed off the west coast of Australia, after weather improved in the remote Indian Ocean search area. 12 planes and five ships from the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia...

 
Paul Scholes lays into leaderless' Arsenal, saying they're a million miles' from title contenders

Paul Scholes lays into "leaderless' Arsenal, saying they're a "million miles' from title contenders

Arsenal came in for a brutal savaging from Paul Scholes when the Manchester United legend made a rare outing as a pundit. The usually quietly-spoken former England midfielder reckons the Gunners are "a million miles' from being serious title...

Metro, 08:36 in Sport
 

Smashing Pumpkins announce two new albums for 2015

Billy Corgan, plotting his next move Photo: PR Smashing Pumpkins have announced plans to release two albums in 2015. Billy Corgan will work with a new label on the follow-ups to 2010's Oceania, whose titles have already been selected. "Pleased to...

 

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To be successful in business, there are many things that you have to juggle at once. Often the first impression that you and your business will make upon prospective clients, customers, and partners is via a custom letterhead. The design and the...

 

Live: Coventry and Warwickshire breaking news, traffic, sport and weather

Refresh automatically On | Off Welcome to the Coventry Telegraph’s breaking news service, covering Coventry and Warwickshire. We'll be making sure that you are the first to know what's happening across our region. If there's something you've noticed...

 
Benedict Cumberbatch to play Hamlet on stage

Benedict Cumberbatch to play Hamlet on stage

Sherlock and Star Trek actor Benedict Cumberbatch is to play Hamlet on stage next year. The 37-year-old will star in William Shakespeare's classic tragedy at the Barbican Theatre in London from August to October 2015. Lyndsey Turner will direct the...

BBC, 08:37 in Art & Culture
 
Healthcare staff reveal they have no confidence in Jeremy Hunt

Healthcare staff reveal they have no confidence in Jeremy Hunt

Some 78% of Healthcare Professionals Network members surveyed say they do not have confidence in Jeremy Hunt. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Barcroft Media Healthcare professionals have declared they have no confidence in the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt,...

Guardian, 08:37 in Health
 
LS Lowry collection sells for £15m at auction

LS Lowry collection sells for £15m at auction

A collection of paintings by LS Lowry has sold at auction, for a total price of more than £15m. The oil paintings belonged to Cambridgeshire businessman Tony Thompson, who had collected Lowry's work since 1982, and died last year. A painting of...

BBC, 08:37 in Art & Culture
 
What frightens me about the future? The NHS's lack of understanding

What frightens me about the future? The NHS's lack of understanding

'Don’t let the nurses or doctors say they have given you all the pain medication you can have today.' Photograph: Voisin/Phanie/Rex Features I have chronic pain. It's not usually acute but it does restrict my life. I have bought a higher chair so I...

Guardian, 08:37 in Health
 
Traffic and travel news, March 26, 8am

Traffic and travel news, March 26, 8am

Traffic and travel news from across the region Here are the latest traffic and travel updates in Doncaster for March 26, at 8am ROADS A630 South Yorkshire - A630 Warmsworth Road in Balby, Doncaster busy but moving eastbound between the Warde Avenue...

 
Find out if your school is affected by the teachers’ strike

Find out if your school is affected by the teachers’ strike

A list of schools affected by Wednesday's teachers' strike has been released by Doncaster Council. The following schools have advised the council that they are either fully or partially closed on Wenesday March 26 due to industrial action. If your...

 


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