News archive from 21 January 2013, page 19

Moscow Exchange to float on own platform

The Moscow Exchange was formed in 2011 following the merger of Moscow's two largest stock exchanges, MICEX and the RTS with a view to a float this year in which existing shareholders will be able to sell stock. 

 

Gerrard 'humbled' after Liverpool captain is recognised by Football Writers' Association

Steven Gerrard admitted it was a humbling experience to be honoured by the Football Writers' Association at a gala tribute dinner in London this evening.The Liverpool and England captain was guest of honour at The Savoy Hotel, where he was presented...

Daily Mail, 06:17 in Sport
 

Chardy fights back from a set down to see off Seppi and make his first quarter-final

Frenchman Jeremy Chardy made it through to his first grand slam quarter-final - and a possible crack at Andy Murray - after seeing off Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open.Chardy dropped the first set to the 21st-seeded Italian but hit back to win 5-7...

Daily Mail, 06:17 in Sport
 

One dead in crash on snowy A-road

One person has died following a crash in snowy conditions. A single vehicle crashed on the A12 near Kelvedon, Essex, at 7.10pm on Sunday, Essex Police said. Two people were in the vehicle, and one of the occupants, a male, died. Weather experts said...

 

Clothes that could monitor your health

Mohammed Mabrook is a lecturer in the school of electronic engineering at Bangor University, where he teaches microelectronics and his research interest is in the field of organic electronics and nanotechnology SILICON is the main active material in...

 

Health Minister says we must all pull together to modernise NHS

Health Minister Lesley Griffiths outlines why service change is needed for the NHS in Wales ANEURIN BEVAN envisioned a healthcare system available to all, regardless of age or social status. I am sure he would be proud of the achievements we have made...

 

Cancer patients urged to talk to families about feelings

PEOPLE affected by cancer are being urged to talk about their associated worries to help cope with any feelings of loneliness or fear. The difficulty in talking about a cancer diagnosis is being highlighted as part of a new campaign launched today by...

 

Surveyors abseilutely dedicated to upgrade

AN ARMY of abseilers will be descending several of Swansea's landmark residential tower blocks over the coming weeks. The specialist surveyors will be comprehensively checking the outside of the buildings in preparation for a multi-million pound...

 

Graduates struggle to find jobs with major employers

GRADUATES face a more difficult time finding work with major employers in Wales than anywhere else in the UK, new figures have shown. Fewer than half, 42%, of more major employers in the UK have entry-level vacancies for graduates in Wales where as...

 
Drink drive campaign figures for Derbyshire

Drink drive campaign figures for Derbyshire

Almost 20 per cent of motorists breathalysed as part Derbyshire police's annual Christmas anti-drink drive campaign gave a positive test, refused to take it or failed to provide a sample. The campaign ran between December 1 and 31, during which time...

 
Good Ofsted rating for town primary school

Good Ofsted rating for town primary school

Pupils and staff at St John the Baptist Primary School in Spalding have started the new term on a high after good news from Ofsted inspectors. The school in Hawthorn Bank was judged good in all areas, including quality of teaching, behaviour, safety...

 

YouTube channel for court judgments

The decisions of judges in the Supreme Court will be made available to watch on YouTube. A dedicated channel for the UK's highest court has been set up on the video sharing website, and five-minute summaries of appeals will be posted shortly after...

 
FERGUSON FUMING OVER PENALTY DECISION

FERGUSON FUMING OVER PENALTY DECISION

The visitors were leading 1-0 courtesy of a Robin van Persie header, his 18th Barclays Premier League goal of the season, when substitute Wayne Rooney went down under a challenge from Steven Caulker inside the box, but referee Chris Foy declined to...

 
ANNE HATHAWAY OFFERS OSCARS HOSTING ADVICE TO SETH MACFARLANE

ANNE HATHAWAY OFFERS OSCARS HOSTING ADVICE TO SETH MACFARLANE

ANNE HATHAWAY has offered up some useful advice for FAMILY GUY creator SETH MACFARLANE as he prepares to follow in her footsteps by hosting the Oscars. The Devil Wears Prada star took on presenting duties at the 2010 Academy Awards ceremony with actor...

 

One dead in crash on snowy A-road

Jan 21 2013 One person has died following a crash in snowy conditions. A single vehicle crashed on the A12 near Kelvedon, Essex, at 7.10pm on Sunday, Essex Police said. Two people were in the vehicle, and one of the occupants, a male, died. Weather...

 


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