News archive from 5 June 2012, page 1

EA gets rights to publish Championship video games

Known for its wrestling and Ultimate fighting games, THQ will continue publishing its existing console and mobile titles through March 31, 2013, the companies said. Las Vegas-based Zuffa owns and operates the Ultimate Fighting Championship. (Reporting...

 

Bradford 46 Castleford 32: Troubled Bulls enjoy boost after flying start

Bradford did their best to leave their off-field troubles behind with a blistering first half against struggling Castleford.Stand-off Ben Jeffries caused most of the damage as the Bulls raced into a 34-16 lead, laying on four of Bradford's six scores...

Daily Mail, 22:34 in Sport
 

Six in hospital with Legionnaires'

Six men are being treated in hospital after being confirmed as having Legionnaires' disease. A further four suspected cases in the south west area of Edinburgh are being investigated, said NHS Lothian. Five of the men are in intensive care while one...

 

Six in hospital with Legionnaires'

Six men are being treated in hospital after being confirmed as having Legionnaires' disease. A further four suspected cases in the south west area of Edinburgh are being investigated, said NHS Lothian. Five of the men are in intensive care while one...

 

Six in hospital with Legionnaires'

Six men are being treated in hospital after being confirmed as having Legionnaires' disease. A further four suspected cases in the south west area of Edinburgh are being investigated, said NHS Lothian. Five of the men are in intensive care while one...

 
DEFENSIVE DISPLAY SAVES IRELAND

DEFENSIVE DISPLAY SAVES IRELAND

Given excelled on his return from a knee injury before making a half-time exit, while O'Shea was given the full 90 minutes to prepare him for Sunday's opening Group C fixture against Croatia in Poznan. Ireland demonstrated the resilience which helped...

 
BULLS TOO STRONG FOR TIGERS

BULLS TOO STRONG FOR TIGERS

The cash-strapped Bulls, this week revealed to be even further in debt than first feared, have also had to cope with the trauma of Australian centre Adrian Purtell suffering a heart attack on the way back from last week's defeat against Leeds in...

 

Banks step up plans for a possible break-up of euro

Banks are stepping up plans for a possible break-up of the euro with emergency drills, "war rooms', and preparations for the return of the Greek drachma. Growing fears over the health of the Greek and Spanish economies has put the UK's banking...

 
More wobbles on Wall Street as new orders for factory goods decline

More wobbles on Wall Street as new orders for factory goods decline

All bets were off again on wobbly Wall Street as the Dow Jones fell a further 17.11 points to 12,101.46 following data showing new orders for factory goods unexpectedly fell in April, the third fall in four months. It increased global fears that the...

 

Foreign buyers to drive London house prices up amid eurozone crisis, says Cebr

International demand for London property during the eurozone crisis will see a sharp widening of the north-south divide for house prices in 2012, says economic consultancy Cebr. A rise in London house prices of 2.4 per cent compared with a fall in the...

 
Cable ready to introduce quotas if companies don't appoint more for women in their boards

Cable ready to introduce quotas if companies don't appoint more for women in their boards

Businesses could be hit with compulsory quotas to increase the number of women on boards unless they raise the number voluntarily said Vince Cable.The Business Secretary said he was ready to introduce legal targets if firms had failed to ensure a...

 

Ferdinand stresses support for Euro team

Rio Ferdinand has pledged his support to England's Euro 2012 campaign despite the controversy that has surrounded the Manchester United defender's continued absence from the squad. Ferdinand's camp reacted furiously on Sunday night to the former...

Daily Post, 22:41 in Sport
 

Euro glory sealed Hazard's Blues move

Chelsea's memorable Champions League victory over Bayern Munich convinced new signing Eden Hazard that Stamford Bridge was the right place for him to play. The Belgium international, one of the most sought after players in Europe after some stellar...

Daily Post, 22:41 in Sport
 

Six in hospital with Legionnaires'

Six men are being treated in hospital after being confirmed as having Legionnaires' disease. A further four suspected cases in the south west area of Edinburgh are being investigated, said NHS Lothian. Five of the men are in intensive care while one...

 
DIAMOND JUBILEE: Balloons flying high

DIAMOND JUBILEE: Balloons flying high

UP, up and away! Hundreds of balloons were released from the rooftop garden at Sheffield’s award-winning Megacentre to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The event was also the launch of a fundraising campaign to revamp the garden – used by about...

 


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