News archive from 6 October 2018

The best tech to look out for at ADE 2018

The best tech to look out for at ADE 2018

This year’s Amsterdam Dance Event is almost upon us but what interesting technology should visitors be looking out for? The conference is one of the most eagerly anticipated professional gatherings in the world. It takes place in Amsterdam, in the...

Metro, 00:10 in Hot News
 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG) approved a plan to...

 
Train fire at Grantham leaves passengers on Hull service stranded

Train fire at Grantham leaves passengers on Hull service stranded

A Hull Trains service has caught on fire this evening in Grantham. Emergency services rushed to the scene and the train was evacuated in the Lincolnshire town, leaving other passengers stuck on trains across the rail network. Unconfirmed reports...

 
Gambling: 'A banking app helped me beat my addiction'

Gambling: 'A banking app helped me beat my addiction'

Tens of thousands of people have signed up to a new service from two mobile-only banks designed to help problem gamblers. One former addict says this "gambling block", available on the banks' apps, helped him beat his addiction. "I'd be...

BBC, 00:22 in Regional
 
Talking Horses: Clemmie can light up Newmarket in the Sun Chariot

Talking Horses: Clemmie can light up Newmarket in the Sun Chariot

Aidan O’Brien was winning Group races for fun last weekend. He can land Newmarket’s Sun Chariot Stakes for a third year in a row, this time with Clemmie (3.15), who has been quietly running her way back to form. This bonny filly began the season as...

Guardian, 00:23 in Sport
 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

0 Have your say Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG)...

 

Northern Bloc - the vegan ice cream made in Leeds that’s a hipster hit

A converted city centre textile mill in Leeds seems an unlikely venue for an ice cream parlour but that is exactly where Northern Bloc is made. This new kid on the block (pardon the pun) is no dairy farmer diversifying to use up their excess milk...

 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG) approved a plan to...

 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG) approved a plan to...

 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG) approved a plan to...

 
Greens set target of overtaking Lib Dems as England's third party

Greens set target of overtaking Lib Dems as England's third party

The Greens have begun their annual conference by setting a target to become England’s third-biggest party while promising to maintain direct protests against policies such as fracking and support others who do. A month after taking over as co-leaders,...

Guardian, 00:36 in Politics
 
Dancing to the beat or running in the wheat: who won the Tory spin war?

Dancing to the beat or running in the wheat: who won the Tory spin war?

Boris Johnson’s jog through a field near his Oxfordshire home dominated Tuesday’s front pages, prompting accusations it was a stunt to mock the prime minister’s admission in last year’s general election campaign that the naughtiest thing she had done...

Guardian, 00:36 in Politics
 

Diabetic testing devices to be rolled out across the county

Diabetic patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria are to get the same access to devices which monitor their blood sugar levels – wherever they live in the region. The Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups (JCCCG) approved a plan to...

 

The Yorkshire Post says: The very long haul. Restoring public trust in the trains

THE DEFAULT defence of Northern and TransPennine Express is to say reliability is improving. Yet, while rail services couldn’t get much worse after this summer’s chaos, the firms are in for a long haul when it comes to winning back lost public...

 
Rail firms face fines over May timetable change chaos

Rail firms face fines over May timetable change chaos

The two train operators at the heart of the May timetabling chaos face possible fines for not keeping passengers properly informed, the rail regulator has said. The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) launched a fresh investigation on Friday into whether...

Guardian, 00:46 in Business
 


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