News archive from 26 September 2014, page 13

Isuzu, GM to develop pickup truck for emerging markets - Nikkei

Isuzu will announce the deal later on Friday, the Nikkei said. (Reporting by Chris Gallagher; Editing by Edmund Klamann)

Reuters, 06:37 in Business
 
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A little boy whose disability brought a whole town 
together has left hospital after what could prove to be life-changing surgery. Sam Bottomley, six, who has cerebral palsy, had an operation earlier this month that should eventually allow...

 
UK cuts to last five more years, ex-civil service boss says

UK cuts to last five more years, ex-civil service boss says

The outgoing head of the civil service has predicted another five years of UK government spending cuts - and he said making the cuts would be "even harder". Sir Bob Kerslake said one of the difficulties was that "easier" savings...

BBC, 06:39 in Business
 
Andy Murray through to second round of Shenzen Open comfortably

Andy Murray through to second round of Shenzen Open comfortably

Second seed Murray crushed India's Somdev Devvarman 6-3 6-3 in his first match since losing to Novak Djokovic in the US Open quarter-finals. The Scot cashed in on four of his seven break points against the Indian who had skipped the ongoing Asian...

Daily Star, 06:39 in Sport
 
Gainsborough: Delivery drivers urged to remain vigilant after spate of thefts

Gainsborough: Delivery drivers urged to remain vigilant after spate of thefts

Lincs Police are reminding delivery drivers to remember not to leave keys in the ignition when they are away from their vehicle after a spate of thefts. The most recent happened around 11.30am this morning (Thursday 25th September) and involved a...

 
Lifesaver urges people of Leeds to learn first aid

Lifesaver urges people of Leeds to learn first aid

After saving his brother-in-law's life, Andrew Feely understands more than most the value of having basic first aid skills. The father-of-two was at a party last New Year’s Eve when Bill Wood suddenly lost consciousness and stopped breathing. Mr Feely...

 
Candidates clash over Sheffield infant class sizes

Candidates clash over Sheffield infant class sizes

New figures show the number of infant pupils being taught in classes of more than 30 children has grown by almost 150 per cent in Sheffield since the last election. The situation is being highlighted by Labour candidate Oliver Coppard, who is taking...

 
Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United is TOUGHEST job of his career

Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United is TOUGHEST job of his career

The Dutchman is feeling the heat after seeing United limp to just one win in six games this season. And he admitted: "At this moment maybe (it is the hardest job), but you have to see in a year and not in one week. "As a manager, you know in...

Daily Star, 06:49 in Sport
 
New garages approved for Scunthorpe, Crowle & Epworth

New garages approved for Scunthorpe, Crowle & Epworth

Seventeen new garages in Scunthorpe, Epworth and Crowle have been given the go-ahead by North Lincolnshire planners. Seven replacement garages can be put up on Axholme Avenue, Crowle; seven more at Fieldside, Epworth; and three in Tealby Road,...

 

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Refresh automatically On | Off The Daily Post's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest North Wales traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news. You can contribute to the live...

 
Medical firm set to shelve move to Leeds training base

Medical firm set to shelve move to Leeds training base

One of the key players in a planned state-of-the-art clinical training centres in Leeds has said there is a "strong likelihood' it will have to pull out of the project. Keyhole surgery instruments maker Surgical Innovations said it would probably...

 
Literary stars to shine in Borders

Literary stars to shine in Borders

There's a rare treat in store for fans of the Borders Book Festival next month, when Sheila Hancock and Michael Palin make a beeline for Kelso to discuss their new books. The annual book festival takes place in Melrose each June, but this event will...

 
Candidates clash over Sheffield infant class sizes

Candidates clash over Sheffield infant class sizes

New figures show the number of infant pupils being taught in classes of more than 30 children has grown by almost 150 per cent in Sheffield since the last election. The situation is being highlighted by Labour candidate Oliver Coppard, who is taking...

 
Literary stars to shine in Borders

Literary stars to shine in Borders

There's a rare treat in store for fans of the Borders Book Festival next month, when Sheila Hancock and Michael Palin make a beeline for Kelso to discuss their new books. The annual book festival takes place in Melrose each June, but this event will...

 

Humanitarian arm of Syrian opposition stumbles at audit hurdle

The Syrian National Coalition set up the ACU as its humanitarian arm to coordinate efforts by a series of non-government organisations, U.N. bodies and local councils to tackle what has become the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Most of its $62...

 


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