News archive from 1 May 2012, page 5

New partners at Dundas & Wilson

New partners at Dundas & Wilson

FOUR lawyers at Dundas & Wilson - which last month announced 28 job losses - have been promoted to partners. Banking specialist Craig McGinn, litigator Graeme Macleod, Grigor Milne of the corporate team and energy and infrastucture lawyer Mark...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
MANCHESTER CITY 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 0: VINCENT KOMPANY ON TITLE TRAIL

MANCHESTER CITY 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 0: VINCENT KOMPANY ON TITLE TRAIL

VINCENT Kompany became Manchester United's ultimate neighbour from hell to bring Sir Alex Ferguson's house crashing down last night. Kompany's first-half header did not just leave the Etihad Stadium rocking on an evening of historic importance for...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
READING HERO JIMMY KEBE GOES IN FOR SURGERY

READING HERO JIMMY KEBE GOES IN FOR SURGERY

READING promotion hero Jimmy Kebe, 28, has taken time off from the club's Championship-winning celebrations to have knee surgery.

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Ferguson accuses Mancini after row

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson accused Manchester City counterpart Roberto Mancini of "badgering" the officials after the pair squared up on the touchline during their teams' clash at the Etihad Stadium. City prevailed 1-0...

Daily Post, 00:08 in Sport
 

Powers of London Mayor are limited – except over his pay

From: Coun Bernard Atha CBE (Lab), Kirkstall Ward, Leeds City Council ALEXANDRA Jones (Yorkshire Post, April 25) made a cardinal mistake when she likened the elected mayors of cities to the Mayor of London. Boris Johnson has no power over the large...

 
MIDDLESBROUGH AND BURNLEY IN HUNT FOR FRANCOIS ZOKO

MIDDLESBROUGH AND BURNLEY IN HUNT FOR FRANCOIS ZOKO

MIDDLESBROUGH and Burnley are tracking Carlisle striker Francois Zoko.

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Remploy rethink recommended

From: D Birch, Smithy Lane, Cookridge, Leeds. SHOULDN’T the Remploy charity begin at home? Surely, we shouldn’t even think about closing them down? It was always understood that, in the main, they would not be able to make a profit in money terms as...

 
RETURN FOR MICHAEL APPLETON IS WEST BROM PLAN

RETURN FOR MICHAEL APPLETON IS WEST BROM PLAN

Appleton, above, quit as Hodgson's assistant last November to take charge of Pompey, but failed to save them from relegation after they suffered a 10-point penalty for going into administration. Although he has pledged to stay, the club's future...

 
STEVE COTTERILL EYEING PORTSMOUTH RAID

STEVE COTTERILL EYEING PORTSMOUTH RAID

STEVE COTTERILL wants the green light to raid former club Portsmouth for David Norris and Luke Varney.

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Government’s cigarette strategy up in smoke

From: David F Chambers, Sladeburn Drive, Northallerton. AS I understand it, the logic behind the proposal to “dis-brand” cigarette packaging is that youngsters will be so turned off by the uncool appearance of the package that they will lose any...

 
FRANK MIR IN WITH LATE SHOT

FRANK MIR IN WITH LATE SHOT

FRANK MIR is ready to take full advantage of a surprise shot at the UFC world heavyweight title. The former undisputed world champion, 32, has become the main beneficiary of Alistair Overeem's failed drugs test. Overeem, 31, was caught out in a...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
WHY FA WENT FOR THE SAFE OPTION

WHY FA WENT FOR THE SAFE OPTION

The watching world may have gawped at Roy Hodgson as the only name on the FA's shortlist for England manager, Harry Redknapp not even warranting a mention in dispatches, but the governing body believes the 64-year-old is the complete candidate. That...

 
Clydesdale owner cuts 1,400 jobs as financial solutions centres axed

Clydesdale owner cuts 1,400 jobs as financial solutions centres axed

Clydesdale Bank's Australian owner announced earlier today it was drastically scaling back its operations in England in a move that would account for the bulk of 1,400 job cuts across the group, • Most of the cuts will affect southern England • Only...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
ALL THUMPS FOR JUDD TRUMP

ALL THUMPS FOR JUDD TRUMP

JUDD TRUMP had a bitter row with Ali Carter after crashing out in a huge shock at The Crucible yesterday. Last year's runner-up Trump, the tournament favourite, tossed away a 12-9 lead to lose 13-12 to Carter at the Betfred.com World Championship....

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Wood Group wins £61m contract for Aussie gas rig

ENERGY services heavyweight Wood Group has won engineering and support contracts worth an estimated £61.5m for the world's largest semi-submersible production facility. The Aberdeen-based group’s Mustang subsidiary will carry out the “topsides” work...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 


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