News archive from 15 October 2013, page 13

Ireland set to ease austerity as bailout exit looms

Having consistently hit targets to rebalance its economy, Ireland is confident it will be the first of the euro's debt-laden economies to complete a three-year European Union/International Monetary Fund bailout programme in December. That will be a...

Reuters, 07:15 in Business
 

Burberry Boss Angela Ahrendts To Join Apple

Burberry has confirmed its respected chief executive Angela Ahrendts is to leave the luxury goods firm next year to join Apple. More follows...

 
Al-Madinah 'amends policies' as it reaches first deadline

Al-Madinah 'amends policies' as it reaches first deadline

Schools minister Lord Nash gave Al-Madinah School trustees until November 1 to come up with an action plan to remedy problems at the school, which has sites in Friar Gate and Nelson Street, or be forced to close. But he said he wanted to see progress...

 
Osborne to offer special terms to Chinese banks - FT

Osborne to offer special terms to Chinese banks - FT

A Treasury spokesman declined to comment. FT said the Chancellor will offer leading Chinese banks discussions with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) to let them operate UK branches that largely follow Chinese regulations and are subject to...

Reuters, 07:18 in Business
 

Rio Tinto copper, iron ore, coal output rising after strong third quarter

Shares in Rio extended gains after the report, up 2.5 percent to a near three-week high and outperforming the broader index .AXJO. "Copper's come in well ahead of most people's expectations, and there's a pretty chunky production guidance upgrade...

Reuters, 07:18 in Business
 
Telegraph Tuesday: Free Megazone Session at Willows

Telegraph Tuesday: Free Megazone Session at Willows

With state-of the-art combat vests and highly accurate laser guns, Megazone offers multiple game scenarios to keep the fight exciting. How to claim: Simply print off your coupon and redeem directly at Willows Sports Centre, 1 Willow Row, Derby, DE1...

 
World War II Collection: Book 15 on sale now.

World War II Collection: Book 15 on sale now.

To get your copy of Book 15 all you need to do is cut out the coupon printed in your Derby Telegraph on Tuesday, October 15, or Saturday, October 19, present it to any participating retailer and claim your copy of The Pacific Islands for just £2.99!...

 
Mums strip off for Neuro Foundation

Mums strip off for Neuro Foundation

The 33-year-old, from Spondon, sent little Tayen Gilbert and her three brothers a parcel packed with presents. Then the mum-of-two had another idea - to raise funds for the Neuro Foundation charity which supports people like Tayen with the condition...

 
Murderer of Sharlana Diedrick jailed for at least 33 years

Murderer of Sharlana Diedrick jailed for at least 33 years

Hours later he knifed Sharlana - who was originally from Derby - 16 times after a row over their son. The killer, who had to be held in isolation at Broadmoor Mental Hospital because of attacks on a fellow inmate and a guard, was yesterday jailed for...

 
Robbie Savage rescued as he falls ill during Kilimanjaro trek

Robbie Savage rescued as he falls ill during Kilimanjaro trek

He started suffering from vomiting and dizziness and had to get below 9,000 feet as quickly as possible. Yesterday, Robbie tweeted to his 1.1 million followers: "Sickness at 13,000ft is an awful and scary situation, fluid on lung, thought my head...

 
Consultation begins on student transport plans

Consultation begins on student transport plans

The authority must reduce its spending by £157 million in 2018 to offset cuts to its Government funding. Councillor Kevin Gillott, cabinet member for children and younger adults, said: "We are extremely disappointed to have to consider ending...

 
I wrote speeches for UN but can't get a Derby job

I wrote speeches for UN but can't get a Derby job

Graduate Mr Pitt has only been asked for five interviews despite spending about seven hours on some applications. He said: "I've applied to big companies, small companies; the smaller places think I'm over-qualified, whereas the larger companies...

 
Name for new £200m Derby business park to be revealed

Name for new £200m Derby business park to be revealed

It aims to replicate the success of Pride Park, which is home to hundreds of businesses and thousands of workers. The development is referred to as the Global Technology Cluster but, at a Derby City Embassy event in London tonight, city officials will...

 
Editor's wife finds 100% match for bone marrow donor

Editor's wife finds 100% match for bone marrow donor

Doctors told the 33-year-old she needed a bone marrow transplant, leading husband Stephen, who is editor of the Ashbourne News Telegraph, to appeal for a donor via his newspaper. Now one has been found and Katherine is to undergo the transplant two...

 
Dad dealing drugs in Penkhull was supporting his family

Dad dealing drugs in Penkhull was supporting his family

But his 'operation' came to an end when police saw him dealing to a man inside a car at Stone Street, Penkhull. Now Bourne has been handed a suspended jail sentence with a drug rehabilitation requirement. End of an era !!! Hylands Ltd & Panasonic...

 


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