Larrissa Le Picq promoting the winter wonderland event to be held at Yarmouth Waterways.
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The Pelsall Hall Colliery disaster, on November 14, 1872, saw the pit flood when workers came across old unrecorded workings, which were full of water.Some men were rescued when they clung to the bottom of the pit cage and were hauled to safety but the rest died – with mystery still surrounding the identity of one of the men, whose body was never found – known as miner 22.Now more than 100 years on, a historian is attempting to find out the truth in her latest book.Pelsall’s Black Read more [...]
To ensure a stronger surveillance system for any wrongdoing in the marketplace, stock exchanges may soon be asked to maintain a database of Permanent Account Number (PAN) of all promoters of the companies listed on their platforms.
A proposal for asking the stock exchanges to maintain a database of all promoter PANs for listed companies is currently under consideration of capital market regulator Sebi’s Integrated Surveillance Department (ISD), a senior official Read more [...]
NEW DELHI: To ensure a stronger surveillance system for any wrongdoing in the marketplace, stock exchanges may soon be asked to maintain a database of Permanent Account Number (PAN) of all promoters of the companies listed on their platforms. A proposal for asking the stock exchanges to maintain a database of all promoter PANs for listed companies is currently under consideration of capital market regulator Sebi's Integrated Surveillance Department (ISD), a senior official said. This Department Read more [...]
With its scenic and historic sites, close access to Boston, and strong schools, the suburbs south of Boston have much to offer — including some of the nation’s priciest housing. Just how pricey is spelled out in a new report by real estate giant Coldwell Banker
. Its 2014 Home Listing Report
found that Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Westwood, Duxbury, and Milton were among the 100 most expensive housing markets in the country, based on the listing price of four-bedroom, Read more [...]
Bakri’s Facebook page has been publicly available to view for more than a
year. On Saturday night, after being notified of its existence by The
Telegraph, Facebook deleted it.
Under the title “Students of Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad” the page contained
links to his personal website.
On Facebook, Bakri justified the killing of all opponents of the jihadists
fighting in Syria and Iraq.
He said that the “Mujahideen” must kill anyone who does not believe in extreme
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The Wish Tower Friends is one of the first groups in the UK to receive a Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant.
The Friends’ project, Sharing the Future of the Wish Tower, has been given £9,500 to carry out a community-led research and study project to develop a conservation management plan for the building, a Grade II listed Martello Tower and Scheduled Ancient Monument.Sharing Heritage is a new funding programme to help people across the UK explore, conserve Read more [...]
Trade union Unite has published the names of 70 MPs who had links to private healthcare interests when voting to sell-off the NHS –including Bury St Edmunds’ MP.
As reported in the Bury Free Press last year, Unite’s dossier shows that David Ruffley’s Conservative Constituency Association received a £10,000 donation from Caroline Nash, wife of Care UK chairman John Nash, in 2009.Len McCluskey, Unite general secretary, said: “From lobbying links to investments, Read more [...]
NORTH Yorkshire trainer John Quinn, who went out The Wow Signal to scoop Group 1 honours at Deauville in August, can hit the heights under National Hunt Rules at Newcastle today.
Quinn saddles Aurore d'Estruval in the £100,000 Grade 1 Fighting Fifth Hurdle and is fancied to capture this famous contest, which he won two years ago with Countrywide Flame before having to settle for runner-up honours 12 months ago with Cockney Sparrow, who was no match for My Tent Or Yours.
There Read more [...]