News archive from 30 August 2016

Yale student workers file for union rights

Yale student workers file for union rights

Yale graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants have filed paperwork to form a union. A group of student workers from 10 departments filed a petition with the National Labour Relations Board (NLRB) asking to be certified as a...

BBC, 23:59 in Business
 

Jeremy Corbyn to unveil 'digital manifesto' in pitch to keep Labour leader's job

Jeremy Corbyn will pledge to draw up a digital bill of rights as part of a new manifesto to promote and harness the internet as he continues to tour the country in his Labour leadership campaign. Delivering a speech in London's East End tech capital,...

 
One in, one out as Tottenham prepare to sell £22m first-team ace

One in, one out as Tottenham prepare to sell £22m first-team ace

Related videos Stelling and Riley create Ibrahimovic mosaic out of football shirts Jeff Stelling and Rachel Riley help build Zlatan Ibrahimovic's face out of Manchester United and Southampton shirts ahead of Friday Night Football on Sky Sports. Brazil...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Heartbreak City easy winner of the Betfred Ebor at York

Heartbreak City easy winner of the Betfred Ebor at York

Tony Martin’s charge won at this meeting last year in the Fine Equinity Handicap over two miles and he was prepared perfectly for the Knavesmire once again by his wily handler, who also trained the third home, Quick Jack. Always travelling noticeably...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Leaders: Dream of self-sufficiency takes a step forward

There is a long way to go, but first delivery of tidal energy to the National Grid shows the industry’s promising future It was former First Minister Alex Salmond who said that Scotland’s mix of wind and marine power could create a “Saudi Arabia of...

 
British conjoined twins who almost died while being separated start school

British conjoined twins who almost died while being separated start school

Conjoined twin sisters who doctors said had a slim chance of survival are now preparing for their first day at school. Rosie and Ruby Formosa underwent life-saving surgery after they were born joined at the abdomen – sharing part of the intestine. Guy...

Metro, 00:08 in Hot News
 

Want the best sleep of your life? Go to bed NAKED: Expert reveals the  10 easy ways to banish insomnia

You can’t beat a good night’s sleep. Few people understand this quite as well Shawn Stevenson, who is testament to the powerful role that sleep can play in transforming health. Now a clinical nutritionist in the U.S., the 36-year-old has helped some...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Health
 
Living wage has positive impact on care industry, research shows

Living wage has positive impact on care industry, research shows

The worst fears about the impact of the national living wage on social care businesses have been confounded by research suggesting it has had a remarkably positive effect on pay rates in the traditionally low-wage sector. When the statutory minimum of...

Guardian, 00:12 in Health
 
Women 50% more likely to be misdiagnosed after heart attack – study

Women 50% more likely to be misdiagnosed after heart attack – study

Women are 50% more likely than men to be given a wrong diagnosis after a heart attack, according to a study. Three in 10 patients’ initial diagnosis differed from their final diagnosis. Researcher Dr Chris Gale said an initial misdiagnosis could have...

Guardian, 00:12 in Health
 
Conjoined twins separated at birth to start school

Conjoined twins separated at birth to start school

Conjoined twins who had a slim chance of survival are now preparing to go to school for the first time. Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who were born joined at the abdomen and shared part of an intestine, needed an emergency operation to separate them when...

Guardian, 00:12 in Health
 
UK sees record number of foreign investment projects

UK sees record number of foreign investment projects

A record number of investments were made by foreign firms in the UK in the year to April 2016, according to government figures. The Department for International Trade recorded 2,213 inward investment projects, up 11% on the previous year. The data...

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds

Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds

More than a third of young people have debts of almost £3,000 and experience significant concerns about money. A survey of 2,042 people aged 18 to 24 conducted for the Money Advice Trust by YouGov found that they borrowed using credit cards,...

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
Do women want different business advice from men?

Do women want different business advice from men?

"We feel empowered by seeing women giving business advice, it feels real, it feels relatable," says Louie Tew, part of a team of three female designers who are in the midst of setting up their dream online wedding business, TH&TH....

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
The tech helping disabled people dance, run and compete

The tech helping disabled people dance, run and compete

As choreographer Chris Fonseca teaches me a dance routine, the beat of the music is pumping through me. But not through my ears. I'm wearing a SubPac, which is strapped on to my back and allows me to feel the beat of the music as it thumps through my...

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
Ex Super League referees blast RFL over homophobic taunts of colleagues

Ex Super League referees blast RFL over homophobic taunts of colleagues

The pair quit rugby league’s governing body earlier this year and claim members of the Match Officials Department have been subjected to humiliating abuse, including the homophobic taunting of one referee. They also say complaints have been swept...

 


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