News archive from 22 March 2012, page 12

Villa eye swoop for United defender De Laet

Aston Villa are keen to talk to Manchester United's Ritchie de Laet, who is out of contract in June. De Laet had been on loan at Norwich this season, making seven appearances. United are giving further two-week trials to three young Brazilians from...

Daily Mail, 01:06 in Sport
 
Paul Allen gives $300 million to expand brain research

Paul Allen gives $300 million to expand brain research

The latest contribution of $300 million will support the first four years of a 10-year plan to address critical questions about how the brain works. Allen Jones, the institute's chief executive officer, said the questions had to be answered if...

 
Cheap blood test that could spot a heart attack may be available within a year

Cheap blood test that could spot a heart attack may be available within a year

A simple and inexpensive test that can spot a heart attack waiting to happen could be available next year. Scientists say they are very close to the "holy grail of heart medicine' - a rapid blood test that will pick up if someone is on the cusp...

Daily Mail, 01:06 in Health
 

Osborne dashes fuel price hopes

Drivers have had their hopes of avoiding another petrol pump increase later this year dashed by Chancellor George Osborne. Motorists had wanted Mr Osborne to defer the planned August fuel duty rise in the Budget. But he said there would be no change...

 

Vantiv prices IPO at $17, midpoint of range: underwriter

The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company sold 29.4 million shares, as planned, at $17 each, against a $16 to $18 range. Vantiv, which was spun off from regional bank Fifth Third in 2009, will use the proceeds to repay loans. Private equity firm Advent...

 

BUDGET 2012: FAST BROADBAND

The Chancellor announced that hundreds of millions of pounds will be spent on super-fast broadband and wi-fi network to give the UK broadband speeds comparable to South Korea and Singapore. Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh,...

 
COMFORTABLE WIN FOR AUDI

COMFORTABLE WIN FOR AUDI

The Audi has always been in the shadow of the 3-Series in terms of driver involvement, thanks mainly to the latter's rear-wheel drive. So Audi worked hard to ensure the new A4 impresses its core group of customers: high-mileage company car drivers....

 
HARRY REDKNAPP'S INVITATION TO FAN WHO HELPED SAVE FABRICE MUAMBA

HARRY REDKNAPP'S INVITATION TO FAN WHO HELPED SAVE FABRICE MUAMBA

Spurs are planning a special ‘thank you' for Dr Deaner after he ran from the crowd to help save Fabrice Muamba's life on Saturday night. The Daily Express exclusively identified Dr Deaner as the man who made his way on to the pitch from Tottenham's...

 
BOLTON BACK IN ACTION

BOLTON BACK IN ACTION

A firm decision on whether to play against Blackburn is expected today, but indications are that the match is more likely to happen than not. Manager Owen Coyle finally headed back north yesterday after spending four days in the capital since Muamba...

 

England's Jonathan Trott backs Ian Bell to bounce back

JONATHAN TROTT has backed England team-mate Ian Bell to bounce back from his run of poor form. Trott shared a 197-run stand with fellow centurion Andrew Strauss on day two of England's final pre-Test warm-up against a Sri Lankan Development XI, but...

Daily Post, 01:19 in Sport
 
BUDGET 2012: TAX STATEMENTS

BUDGET 2012: TAX STATEMENTS

Mr Osborne said personalised statements will go out to everyone contacted by HM Revenue and Customs each year – roughly half the nation's 40 million taxpayers – from 2014. He said: “In the information age, people should know what taxes they're paying...

 
BUDGET 2012: CORPORATION TAX

BUDGET 2012: CORPORATION TAX

An immediate one per cent cut in the headline rate of corporation tax will bring it down to 24 per cent from April. Further cuts in 2013 and 2014 will see it fall to 22 per cent. Mr Osborne hailed his move as “an advertisement for investment and jobs...

 
BUDGET 2012: VAT CHANGES

BUDGET 2012: VAT CHANGES

Pledging to remove “loopholes and anomalies” Mr Osborne said: “Hot takeaway food has been charged VAT for more than 20 years; but some new hot takeaway products in supermarkets are not. “But we keep the broad exemptions on food, children's clothes,...

 
ST MIRREN 2 HEARTS 0: BUDDIES BOSS INSISTS REF WAS TOO HASTY

ST MIRREN 2 HEARTS 0: BUDDIES BOSS INSISTS REF WAS TOO HASTY

The Jambos set up a semi-final showdown with Celtic on April 15 thanks to goals from Jamie Hamill and Rudi Skacel. But when the tie was goalless, O'Reilly blew his whistle for a penalty after Marius Zaliukas handled in the area. Nigel Hasselbaink...

 
FENLON'S DOUBLE BUST-UP ANGERS HIBS PLAYERS

FENLON'S DOUBLE BUST-UP ANGERS HIBS PLAYERS

Fenlon had a training ground set-two with on-loan Wolves striker Leigh Griffiths on Tuesday just 24 hours after midfielder Martin Scott had returned from a week's club suspension, which saw him miss the weekend derby defeat to Hearts. Express Sport...

 


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