News archive from 30 March 2013, page 12

Britons 'saving more than ever'

Determined savers are putting more than £100 a month away on average - marking the highest amount since records began nine years ago. The findings from Treasury-backed savings body NS&I come despite the continued squeeze on people's budgets from...

 

Britons 'saving more than ever'

Determined savers are putting more than £100 a month away on average - marking the highest amount since records began nine years ago. The findings from Treasury-backed savings body NS&I come despite the continued squeeze on people's budgets from...

 

Britons 'saving more than ever'

Determined savers are putting more than £100 a month away on average - marking the highest amount since records began nine years ago. The findings from Treasury-backed savings body NS&I come despite the continued squeeze on people's budgets from...

 

6% parents 'trust Gove on schools'

Parents are concerned about the effect the Government is having on their child's education, a poll suggests. Around one in 12 (8%) parents think the coalition has had a positive impact on the education system since it took power, while almost half...

 
Edinburgh Art graduate prepares for RSA exhibition

Edinburgh Art graduate prepares for RSA exhibition

Edinburgh Art College graduate Sarah-Louise Alexander was in the frame yesterday when she prepared her submission entitled The German Shepherd for the RSA exhibition. The fifth annual New Contemporaries exhibition will take place at the Royal Scottish...

 
North Korea says it is in 'state of war' with South

North Korea says it is in 'state of war' with South

Few believe that North Korea will risk a full conflict with South Korea and the US. Photograph: Jon Chol Jin/AP North Korea said on Saturday that it was entering a "state of war" with South Korea in a continuing escalation of tough rhetoric...

 

Ed Miliband: David’s exit a ‘good’ move

DAVID Miliband's decision to quit British politics was a "good" move in the sense that it has brought "clarity", younger brother Ed has said. The Labour party leader said he would not describe his feelings about the move as a sense...

Scotsman, 01:31 in Politics
 

IDS: Reforms won't cut benefit bill

Mar 30 2013 Iain Duncan Smith has admitted that controversial welfare reforms due to come in next week will not cut Britain's benefit bill. The Work and Pensions Secretary told the Daily Telegraph that the "reality is that this country is not...

 

Britons 'saving more than ever'

Determined savers are putting more than £100 a month away on average - marking the highest amount since records began nine years ago. The findings from Treasury-backed savings body NS&I come despite the continued squeeze on people's budgets from...

 

Covidien wins patent litigation against J&J unit

Ethicon spokeswoman Bridgett Golden said the company was evaluating the court's decision and its options for appeal. Covidien filed the lawsuit in January 2010, claiming that three of the company's patents were infringed by many of Ethicon's Harmonic...

Reuters, 01:37 in Business
 

Britons 'saving more than ever'

Determined savers are putting more than £100 a month away on average - marking the highest amount since records began nine years ago. The findings from Treasury-backed savings body NS&I come despite the continued squeeze on people's budgets from...

 
Photographers walk in pioneering Scottish footsteps

Photographers walk in pioneering Scottish footsteps

Rankin poses during a photoshoot with fellow photographers Alex Boyd, left, and Fionnbharr O'Suilleabhain. The photographers aim to re-create the calotype style of photography that was pioneered in the 19th century. The shoot took place yesterday at...

 
ROAD TO RICHES

ROAD TO RICHES

THE restaged Lincoln Handicap and the Dubai World Cup will make for a super day of racing today. Heavy snow put paid to running the Lincoln on Doncaster's Town Moor last week but staff have done a fantastic job to reschedule the race. Captain Bertie...

Daily Star, 01:40 in Sport
 
RONALDO BEHIND SECOND WIND FOR REA

RONALDO BEHIND SECOND WIND FOR REA

THE title race might be all but over in Spain but the battle to finish second behind Barcelona is still very much alive heading into this weekend's La Liga fixtures. Real Madrid's best run all season has seen them move into second above city rivals...

Daily Star, 01:40 in Sport
 
CELTIC CAN NET PROFIT

CELTIC CAN NET PROFIT

MULLROOK CELTIC (9.24) is the value wager in the 714m open on an attractive Crayford card tonight. He is in decent form and recorded a useful trial clocking on which he can show improvement. Airforce Dawn was disappointing last time but looks the one...

Daily Star, 01:40 in Sport
 


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