News archive from 20 October 2014, page 15

The foodie traveller in Turin, at the Slow Food festival

The foodie traveller in Turin, at the Slow Food festival

Next weekend, brothers Giancarlo and Ugo Lussiana will travel to Turin from the Sangone valley to the north, carrying several wheels of their own cheese, Cevrin di Coazze. A rare raw milk cheese, only produced between March and November and aged for a...

Guardian, 06:55 in Travel
 

Didcot power station blaze inquiry

Fire investigation officers are due to travel to the site of a gas-fuelled power station following a major blaze. More than 25 fire appliances raced to the Didcot B power station last night as flames ripped through a cooling tower. Such was the scale...

 

SAP cuts profit outlook as more customers switch to cloud

Company executives said the accelerating switch from license-software sales to Internet-based, so-called cloud software is to cut into its 2014 profit, but that these sales would begin to bolster revenue and profit in coming quarters. SAP specialises...

 
Families urged to find Peak science answers

Families urged to find Peak science answers

Discover what makes the Peak District National Park a special place at two fun science events this autumn. Science in the Park will give young people the chance to find answers by following clues and talking to scientists who have studied the area in...

 

Belgium's Mobistar gains customers in third quarter

Core profit fell 22 percent in the third quarter to 70.7 million euros (55.99 million pounds), just above the 69.2 million expected in a Reuters poll of four analysts. Mobistar slightly raised the bottom end of its outlook range and now expects 2014...

 
Kevin Pietersen's international absence 'unbelievable', says Eoin Morgan

Kevin Pietersen's international absence 'unbelievable', says Eoin Morgan

Kevin Pietersen’s exile from the England team is sad for cricket, according to his former international team-mate Eoin Morgan. The release of Pietersen’s book earlier this month appears to have slammed the door shut on any chance the 34-year-old had...

Guardian, 07:00 in Sport
 

Maternity mental health cost fears

The cost of mental health problems among women in pregnancy and shortly after birth runs into billions, a new report has warned. Treatment for new mothers and those more than halfway through pregnancy is described as "patchy" by the study,...

 
Man Utd News: Bid for Arsenal and Chelsea target, £15m January swoop, Vidal revelation

Man Utd News: Bid for Arsenal and Chelsea target, £15m January swoop, Vidal revelation

Sami Khedira Manchester United are ready to offer Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira a mega money deal in an attempt to lure him to the club. Arsenal and Chelsea are both keen on signing the 27-year-old, who is out of contract at the Bernabeu at the...

Daily Star, 07:03 in Sport
 
Nottingham adults most likely in UK to lie about their weekend

Nottingham adults most likely in UK to lie about their weekend

IF you have ever told a porky about what you did at the weekend, you're not alone - with more than a third of us admitting to telling a little white lie to our workmates. The survey by Travelodge shows every Monday 36 per cent of workers in Nottingham...

 
East Midlands Ambulance Service apologises after five-hour wait for patient

East Midlands Ambulance Service apologises after five-hour wait for patient

EAST Midlands Ambulance Service has apologised after an elderly woman suffering from dementia had to wait more than five hours for an ambulance. The woman's GP had called paramedics at 3pm on Friday, asking them to arrive within four hours. But a...

 

MP helping family of John McGrath find answers after stabbing

BROXTOWE MP Anna Soubry has vowed to support the family of John McGrath as they continue their fight for answers following his death in 2009. The MP met with the family this weekend to discuss the next step following the findings of the Independent...

 

Hard to Find Cafe in Sherwood wants to serve until 1am

A CITY centre cafe will find out tomorrow if it will be allowed to sell alcohol until 1am on Thursdays to Saturdays. The owners of Hard to Find Cafe, in North Sherwood Street, have applied to Nottingham City Council to vary their premises licence....

 
October 20: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVE

October 20: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVE

Refresh automatically On | Off Good morning Scotland. Welcome to a new week of breakfast blogging, straight from Daily Record HQ in Glasgow. In this morning's edition, we'll be exploring how Scottish children as young as FIVE are suffering from post...

 

Mansfield driver caught using mobile

A MOTORIST was caught using a mobile phone while driving. Alan Brookes, 57, of Lichfield Lane, Mansfield, admitted using the phone while driving a Vauxhall Astra at the Portland Street junction with Quarry Lane on January 15. He pleaded guilty by post...

 
International success for young Warwick writer

International success for young Warwick writer

A Warwick teenager has been named as a top young poet after her verses were chosen in an international competition run by the Poetry Society. Daniella Cugini was invited to the Royal Festival Hall in London where her stream-of- conciousness style poem...

 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31