News archive from 3 September 2014, page 4

Concerns expressed over GP emails

Doctors who email patients instead of meeting with them in person or telephoning them could miss out on vital signs about a patient's ailments, according to an article in a leading medical journal. The Department of Health has ploughed millions into...

 

Concerns expressed over GP emails

Doctors who email patients instead of meeting with them in person or telephoning them could miss out on vital signs about a patient's ailments, according to an article in a leading medical journal. The Department of Health has ploughed millions into...

 
Glasgow woman left for Syria ‘promoting terrorism’

Glasgow woman left for Syria ‘promoting terrorism’

A YOUNG woman educated at private school in Glasgow has travelled to Syria where she is understood to have promoted terrorism from her Twitter account. Aqsa Mahmood, 20, was reported missing by her family last November. She was previously a pupil at...

 

Premier League spending out on its own after top clubs splash £400m more than in La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1...

The lavish spending in the Premier League has been laid bare after the transfer window closed with clubs spending £858m — more than was splashed out in Spain’s La Liga (£425m), Italy’s Serie A (£260m) and France’s Ligue 1 (£100m) combined. Even...

Daily Mail, 01:17 in Sport
 

Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas helped Chelsea win the transfer window... but it would've been great to see...

With the transfer window firmly closed until January, Premier League clubs up and down the land have a few months to reflect on their summer business. But which sides had a window to remember? Who surprised their rivals with some wise acquisitions?...

Daily Mail, 01:17 in Sport
 

Leicester director of football Terry Robinson survives inquiries over alleged racist comment 

Leicester City director of football Terry Robinson has survived inquiries by both his club and the FA over an alleged racist comment about a member of staff. It is claimed Robinson, a former FA international committee member and Sheffield United...

Daily Mail, 01:17 in Sport
 
Corruption 'impoverishes and kills millions'

Corruption 'impoverishes and kills millions'

An estimated $1tn (£600bn) a year is being taken out of poor countries and millions of lives are lost because of corruption, according to campaigners. A report by the US-based anti-poverty organisation One says much of the progress made over the past...

BBC, 01:32 in Business
 
Nato summit: £3.5bn armoured vehicle deal to be signed

Nato summit: £3.5bn armoured vehicle deal to be signed

A £3.5bn deal for nearly 600 new armoured vehicles will be signed in Caerphilly county ahead of the Nato summit. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) will order 589 Scout Specialist Vehicles at General Dynamics, Oakdale. It will be the largest single order...

BBC, 01:32 in Business
 
Eyam Carnival as colourful as ever

Eyam Carnival as colourful as ever

Minions mixed with Mexicans, while Snow White's seven dwarves met the animals of Noah's Ark in Eyam on Saturday as hundreds of villagers donned fancy dress for the annual carnival. The day, involving a sheep roast, prizes and a parade, marked the...

 

Japan budget requests for financial year 2015/16 to total 101.68 trillion yen - govt source

(Reporting by Takaya Yamaguchi, writing by Hideyuki Sano; Editing by Eric Meijer)

Reuters, 01:36 in Business
 

Land Rover joins the space race with a new compact seven-seater 4X4 and a plan to send four people into...

Land Rover has joined the space-race with a new seven-seater ‘baby’ Discovery and a plan to send four prospective customers into orbit with Sir Richard Branson. The British 4X4 car firm’s new Land Rover Discovery Sport offers two more seats than the...

 

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Rising cost of airport delays

George Osborne in 2012 set an ambitious target to double exports to £1 trillion by 2020 – a goal he is widely expected to miss. The drawn out airports saga is one reason British companies are trying to compete for overseas custom with one hand tied...

 
Greenlaw wind turbine approved

Greenlaw wind turbine approved

An application to erect a wind turbine at Woodheads Farm, Greenlaw has been unanimously approved. Hugh Garratt, agent for Marchmont Farms, told SBC’s planning committee the turbine would help meet some of the power needs of Woodheads Farm, and help...

 

Nissan boss Andy Palmer to steer Aston Martin in a bid to improve the firm's fortunes

Nissan executive Andy Palmer has upgraded to Aston Martin, taking the wheel of the British luxury car maker. Palmer will be tasked with improving the fortunes of James Bond’s favourite ride, which is facing fierce competition from in-demand luxury...

 

'Boris Island' airport plan sunk by Davies study leaving Heathrow and Gatwick fighting it out for extra runway

British businesses have welcomed a decision by the Airports Commission that leaves the Mayor of London’s ‘Boris Island’ idea all but dead in the water. The commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, said it was ‘not persuaded’ of the case for an airport on...

 


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