News archive from 3 November 2012, page 7

A GUIDE TO BUYING A CAR

A GUIDE TO BUYING A CAR

As car manufacturers are moving from strength to strength, today's cars are tougher, more beautiful and more environmentally friendly than at any other point in history. All these perks can make looking for a new car difficult. With so much to choose...

 
From the archive: 3 November 1982: Nancy Banks-Smith's first impressions of Channel 4

From the archive: 3 November 1982: Nancy Banks-Smith's first impressions of Channel 4

'The Harrods, the Habitats and the Hooligans' - cast of the Channel 4 soap Brookside pictured on the show's set. Photograph: Photoshot/Hulton Archive Can you do anagrams? Imagine you are hanging from the beautiful silver star in the sky? Do you want...

Guardian, 00:17 in Showbiz
 

Fifth have no savings safety net

Nearly a third of families have savings which will run out within five days if they are faced with a financial emergency, research has found. Some 31% of those surveyed said they have less than £250 set aside as a safety net if something goes wrong,...

 

Dutch first in the queue for new ScotRail franchise – and sleepers

DUTCH national railways Nederlandse Spoorwegen subsidiary Abellio has become the first potential bidder for the next ScotRail franchise to throw its hat into the ring. The firm said it was also interested in ScotRail’s Caledonian Sleeper business,...

Scotsman, 00:17 in Business
 

'Death pathway' consultation plans

Families are to get a legal right to be consulted before patients are put on the "death pathway", it has been revealed. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt will announce the new obligation on doctors next week as part of a raft of changes to the...

 
BRIGHTON 2 - LEEDS 2: LEEDS THANK PADDY KENNY

BRIGHTON 2 - LEEDS 2: LEEDS THANK PADDY KENNY

The Albion striker had scored twice when referee Lee Mason awarded his third penalty of the night – his sixth in three days after a busy night at Chelsea on Wednesday. But he saw his effort brilliantly saved by Leeds keeper Paddy Kenny, who secured an...

 

Fewer at-risk patients get flu jab

Many people who risk becoming seriously ill if they get the flu have not yet been vaccinated against it. The number of pensioners who have received the vaccination has fallen from the same period last year. And the number of other "at-risk"...

 

Fifth have no savings safety net

Nearly a third of families have savings which will run out within five days if they are faced with a financial emergency, research has found. Some 31% of those surveyed said they have less than £250 set aside as a safety net if something goes wrong,...

 

Savings 'risk' in social care plans

A rising number of elderly people face losing "almost all of their wealth" after social care reforms stalled, the Government has reportedly admitted. The bleak assessment came in a submission to a House of Lords committee investigating the...

 

Fewer at-risk patients get flu jab

Many people who risk becoming seriously ill if they get the flu have not yet been vaccinated against it. The number of pensioners who have received the vaccination has fallen from the same period last year. And the number of other "at-risk"...

 
SALE 21 - LONDON IRISH 9: DANNY CIPRIANI GIVES SHARKS THE SPARK THEY NEEDED

SALE 21 - LONDON IRISH 9: DANNY CIPRIANI GIVES SHARKS THE SPARK THEY NEEDED

If the manner of victory hardly lit up the Manchester sky then it was a case of needs justifying ends as the league's bottom club clawed their way over the line. First-half tries from Nick Macleod and Johnny Leota and a cool kicking display from Danny...

 

Fifth have no savings safety net

Nearly a third of families have savings which will run out within five days if they are faced with a financial emergency, research has found. Some 31% of those surveyed said they have less than £250 set aside as a safety net if something goes wrong,...

 

The new HP Sauce advert

Reading this on mobile? Click here to view If history was vinegar, HP Sauce would be pickled in it. The lip-smacking brown ooze named after the Houses of Parliament has reigned and been poured for over 100 years. But like many heritage brands, HP has...

Guardian, 00:17 in Showbiz
 

Fewer at-risk patients get flu jab

Many people who risk becoming seriously ill if they get the flu have not yet been vaccinated against it. The number of pensioners who have received the vaccination has fallen from the same period last year. And the number of other "at-risk"...

 

Barlow to play at Chris Evans' pub

Gary Barlow has signed up to play what could be the smallest gig of his career - in DJ Chris Evans' pub. The Take That star will play the Dine And Disco event at the Mulberry Inn in Chiddingfold, Surrey, to raise money for Children In Need. Appearing...

 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
      1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30