News archive from 30 March 2016, page 18

Boeing says it will cut about 4,000 jobs by mid-2016

Boeing says it will cut about 4,000 jobs by mid-2016

Boeing Co (BA.N) will eliminate about 4,000 jobs in its commercial airplanes division by the middle of this year as it looks to control costs, a company spokesman told Reuters on Tuesday. The planemaker will reduce 1,600 positions through voluntary...

Reuters, 06:40 in Business
 

Foxconn to overhaul Sharp management after planned takeover: Yomiuri

TOKYO Taiwan's Foxconn is planning to overhaul Sharp Corp's management including replacing its CEO after a multi-billion-dollar takeover of the Japanese display maker expected to be announced on Wednesday, the Yomiuri newspaper reported. Foxconn,...

Reuters, 06:40 in Business
 

Hull City's Nick Powell doubtful for Bristol City clash

HULL City forward Nick Powell is struggling to be fit for Saturday's crucial game at home to Bristol City as he continues to wait on the green light to resume full training. Powell has not featured for the Tigers since the heavy FA Cup defeat at home...

 
China warns Taiwan over new law governing cross-strait relations

China warns Taiwan over new law governing cross-strait relations

BEIJING The Chinese government warned Taiwan on Wednesday that the passage of a proposed new law governing relations between the two could seriously damage the basis for talks, and that Beijing opposed any obstacles to developing ties. China has...

 
Far Cry Primal Review: Check out Ubisoft's Gravel Pit

Far Cry Primal Review: Check out Ubisoft's Gravel Pit

Far Cry 4 is an exceptional game and the franchise has improved with each release, even building to be rivals of Fallout and the Elder Scrolls series in terms of open world action-adventure games. My worry when I started to play Far Cry Primal was...

 

14-year-old girl beaten up in the street while onlookers filmed and posted video on Facebook

SCHOOLGIRL Bethany Gallimore was repeatedly stamped on, punched and had clumps of hair pulled out by two teenagers – as bystanders filmed the horrifying attack. The 14-year-old needed hospital treatment after being savagely beaten up in the street,...

 
Saltney man made abusive 999 calls as a cry for help

Saltney man made abusive 999 calls as a cry for help

A man made eight 999 calls to police when he was drunk. David Edward Tudor, 55, who has mental health problems, swore and was abusive to the call takers. He was fined after District Judge Gwyn Jones was assured he was being referred to the mental...

 

Threat charge: Scunthorpe man in court

The following offender was dealt with at the Court Centre in Laneham Street, Scunthorpe, with North Lincolnshire magistrates hearing the matter and passing sentence: DYLAN JAZZ MAXWELL PATTERSON, 22, of Ellison Avenue, Scunthorpe, pleaded guilty to...

 
500 years of the Venetian ghetto: commemoration and history

500 years of the Venetian ghetto: commemoration and history

On 29 March 1516, the Venetian Republic created the first ghetto on a small island in the north-western sestiere of Cannaregio. The residents were removed and replaced within a week by Jews already in Venice. This was a period in which the city sought...

Guardian, 06:56 in Travel
 

Hundreds to strip naked in Hull for Spencer Tunick Sea Of Hull artwork

HUNDREDS of people will strip naked in Hull city centre for a major artwork commissioned for 2017. The work, which will be a photograph featuring hundreds of nude people from across the region, will be shot by renowned American artist Spencer Tunick,...

 
Donald Trump or Mark Latham? Which pugnacious politician said it – quiz

Donald Trump or Mark Latham? Which pugnacious politician said it – quiz

Related: Donald Trump wins backing of former Australian Labor leader Mark Latham Former Labor leader Mark Latham has thrown his weight behind the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. In Sydney’s Daily Telegraph, Latham acknowledged that...

 
EU referendum: Rules giving 'free pass' to terror suspects

EU referendum: Rules giving 'free pass' to terror suspects

Being in the EU makes it harder for the UK to stop serious criminals and those with suspected terror links entering the country, a UK minister is to say. Dominic Raab, who backs EU exit, will say EU nationals whose activities are of concern but about...

BBC, 07:00 in Regional
 
Lens Between Us: couple look to each other to create unorthodox travel photographs

Lens Between Us: couple look to each other to create unorthodox travel photographs

Look through the camera’s viewfinder when you’re next preparing to take a photograph and ask yourself: what can I see? Then ask: what can’t I see? The difference might be telling. Photography’s singular perspective has always been its virtue and its...

 

Bollards planned to stop ‘lazy drivers’ parking near Scunthorpe cash machine

Bollards are planned near a Scunthorpe cash machine where there have been reports of cars being driven onto the footpath so their owners can get very close to the hole in the wall. Notemachine UK Ltd is asking North Lincolnshire Council for permission...

 
Agent speaks out after Manchester City miss ultimatum over deal

Agent speaks out after Manchester City miss ultimatum over deal

Toure, 32, is expected to leave City at the end of the season despite the arrival of new manager Pep Guardiola. The Ivorian midfielder has endured a rocky relationship with City's billionaire owners over the years and reportedly has his heart set on a...

 


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