News archive from 6 August 2014, page 19

China anti-trust regulator conducts new raids on Microsoft and partner Accenture

Microsoft Deputy General Counsel Mary Snapp was in Beijing to meet with the SAIC on Monday. (Reporting by Paul Carsten; Editing by Christopher Cushing)

Reuters, 08:20 in Business
 
Traffic news: Traffic moving freely so far

Traffic news: Traffic moving freely so far

Traffic is moving nicely so far this morning in the Mansfield and Ashfield area. Apart from queuing traffic along the A38 at South Normanton, the usual hotspots are so far jam-free. The A617 going towards the M1 is quiet and traffic on Nottingham Road...

 
Gourmet review: The Angel Inn, Blyth

Gourmet review: The Angel Inn, Blyth

The village of Blyth is a pleasant place to be on a summer afternoon - especially as it has more than its fair share of appealing country pubs. As you drive through the village there seems to be an attractive hostelry on almost every corner. And none...

 
New £1.6m fund to boost health and well-being of Northamptonshire people

New £1.6m fund to boost health and well-being of Northamptonshire people

A new fund worth £1.6 million has been created to help improve the health and well-being of people in Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire Community Foundation has linked up with the Northampton Queen’s Institute Relief in Sickness Fund to deliver the...

 

Miracle pill aspirin could even ward off major cancers: Long-term use of the drug can cut chance of...

62 View comments Healthy middle-aged people should be encouraged to take low-dose aspirin every day to ward off cancer, a leading scientist has said. A major review of trials and studies has shown long-term use of the drug cuts the risk of developing...

Daily Mail, 08:20 in Health
 
New dad Liam Watts ready for senior role in younger Hull FC side

New dad Liam Watts ready for senior role in younger Hull FC side

LIAM Watts believes it is time to take on a more senior role as Hull FC are reshaped into a more youthful side. Still only 24, he can boast six seasons in Super League but concedes it is time to start leading the Black and Whites on and off the...

 

Saturated fats that actually BEAT diabetes: Molecules found in some dairy items including yoghurts can cut...

View comments Some types of saturated fat may protect against developing diabetes – contrary to the notion that they all increase the risk, say researchers. They found the kind of saturated fat found in dairy products such as yoghurt is likely to...

Daily Mail, 08:20 in Health
 
Gourmet review: The Angel Inn, Blyth

Gourmet review: The Angel Inn, Blyth

The village of Blyth is a pleasant place to be on a summer afternoon - especially as it has more than its fair share of appealing country pubs. As you drive through the village there seems to be an attractive hostelry on almost every corner. And none...

 
Collective energy switching auction saves consumers £232 per household

Collective energy switching auction saves consumers £232 per household

The total savings on gas and electricity in June's council switching drive was £920,000. Photograph: Stephen Hird/Reuters Consumers who took part in the most recent council-led collective switching auction to get cheaper gas and electricity bills...

Guardian, 08:21 in Business
 

Singapore risks business cred with foreign labour restrictions

Singapore risks tarnishing its business-friendly reputation by implementing new labour laws that require companies to prioritise hiring locals over foreigners for middle income jobs, analysts say. From Friday, large and medium-sized companies looking...

 

Residents left 'shocked' by the scale of 500 homes plan on land opposite Tollbar Academy

ALMOST 80 per cent of people surveyed are against plans for 500 new homes on land opposite Tollbar Academy. As previously reported, Barton Willmore planning and design consultants is expected to submit a planning application to North East Lincolnshire...

 

Grimsby Town ready for big kick-off after completing pre-season preparations with win at Brigg

PAUL Hurst believes his side are more than ready for the start of the new campaign after rounding off their pre-season preparations with a win at Brigg Town. A youthful Mariners side ran out 2-1 winners at the Hawthorns last night thanks to first-half...

 

THE VERDICT: Brigg Town 1 Grimsby Town 2 - Jon-Paul Pittman and Lewis Bemrose fire Mariners to victory

GRIMSBY Town rounded off their pre-season with a 2-1 victory over Brigg Town last night. First-half goals from Jon-Paul Pittman and Youth-teamer Lewis Bemrose were enough for the Mariners, despite Josh Nichol's reply just before the break. Town used a...

 
Weather update: Despite a rainy start Derbyshire is set to brighten up

Weather update: Despite a rainy start Derbyshire is set to brighten up

The Met Office has forecast that despite a rainy start to today, Wednesday, August 8, in Chesterfield and Derbyshire it will brighten up by late morning. The day will start cloudy with outbreaks of rain which may be heavy in places. However, it will...

 
Boston United boss Dennis Greene ready to take fight to big spenders

Boston United boss Dennis Greene ready to take fight to big spenders

Dennis Greene is determined to prove spirit can overcome spending when Boston United begin their Conference North campaign on Saturday. The Pilgrims will host Barrow (3pm) in a mouthwatering curtain-raiser to the 2014/15 season. The Cumbrians have...

 


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