News archive from 7 October 2016, page 18

Scottish job placements and salaries continue to grow

Scotland’s jobs market is in rude health with permanent placements rising at the fastest rate for seven months in September and salary growth touching a four-month high, a study reveals today. However, the latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment...

Scotsman, 07:00 in Business
 

Hurricane Matthew: More than 280 dead across Caribbean

Hurricane Matthew has pelted Florida with heavy rain as the deadly storm roars ever closer to the coast with potentially catastrophic winds of 130mph. It was the most powerful storm to threaten the US Atlantic coast in more than a decade, and had...

 

Nine Turkey-backed rebels killed in clashes in Syria - Turkish military

Nine Turkey-backed Syrian rebels were killed and 32 were wounded on Thursday fighting in an operation to push Islamic State militants away from the Turkish border area in Syria, the Turkish military said on Friday. Turkish warplanes hit 18 targets in...

 
Part of Derby's Victory Road set to close for more than a year for work on Rolls-Royce campus

Part of Derby's Victory Road set to close for more than a year for work on Rolls-Royce campus

Part of a main Derby road is set to be closed for more than a year as Rolls-Royce's long-term plans for a new aerospace campus begin to become reality. The £7 million project will block off part of Victory Road as it is reconfigured around the new...

 
Warth, Austria: welcome to the snowiest village in the Alps

Warth, Austria: welcome to the snowiest village in the Alps

It is 3pm in the Arlberg, Austria’s premier ski area. In glitzy Lech, expensively clad skiers cosy up under sheepskin throws at the Tannbergerhof champagne bar, tucking their shiny Swarovski and Moncler shopping bags beneath the bar stools and posing...

Guardian, 07:03 in Travel
 

It's back! Ice rink set to return to Lincoln city centre

Strap your skates on - Lincoln is gearing up for the return of the city centre ice rink ready for the run-up to Christmas. The rink, which uses real ice, will take pride of place in City Square and is open from Saturday, November 26 until Sunday,...

 

Why is McDonald's at the Carlton Centre closed?

The McDonald's fast food spot in The Carlton Centre is boarded up. The Outer Circle Road restaurant is closed temporarily while it undergoes a new transformation following a major investment. Its aim is to improve the experience for local customers...

 

Fright night inspiration - 10 women's Halloween costume ideas

Don't fancy wrapping yourself in a bandage once again this year and wandering around with your arms outstretched going "Ooooo, Ooooo. I'm a mummy, get it" ? Here's a few ideas that will take you to the next Halloween costume level... Dance...

 

Autumn Lincolnshire food festival to be opened by paralympic hopeful

A traditional festival with a taste of Lincolnshire is to take place in Metheringham this autumn. The annual Fayre and Feast, which is in its 27th year, will run in Metheringham on October 22 from 2pm until 9pm. A variety of entertainment will take...

 

Whooping cough is back in Lincs - warning

Public Health England has confirmed four new cases of whooping cough in Lincolnshire in its latest report. Nationally, the figures show there were 86 new cases of the bacterial illness - which can be particularly risky to babies and young children....

 

Cash reward for stolen fishing gear and tools

A man has been left devastated after burglars broke into his garage and stolen thousands of pounds worth of fishing equipment and electrical tools. Karl Sharpe's garage at his home near Stickney was broken into by burglars who also stole an air rifle...

 
Council View: Be seen and stay safe on dark winter nights

Council View: Be seen and stay safe on dark winter nights

0 Have your say At the end of October we turn the clocks back by an hour signalling the end of British Summer Time. It’s an important time to remind everyone of road safety advice as we will also have darker nights for longer as we approach winter....

 
Transfer News: Arsenal eye winger, Conte wanted double exit, ace talks Man Utd move

Transfer News: Arsenal eye winger, Conte wanted double exit, ace talks Man Utd move

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Daily Star, 07:06 in Sport
 

Accounting giant EY to ramp up technology investment

Accountancy giant EY is to plough “significant investment” into analytics, artificial intelligence and robotics as it notched up record revenue growth for the sixth year running. The professional services firm said global revenues rose 9 per cent to...

Scotsman, 07:07 in Business
 

RPT-Two big hedge funds unwind bets against Deutsche in sign of confidence

(Repeats story published late on Thursday) * Marshall Wace, Discovery Capital cut "short positions" * Signals confidence Deutsche share price has stabilised * Market data shows overall short positions have fallen * Graphic on Deutsche's...

 


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