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Man struck by lightning in Sydney storm

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Source : Sydney Morning Herald |
Category : Headlines

The Sun on Sunday names new editor

Former News of the World deputy editor Victoria Newton has been made editor of The Sun on Sunday.She left that job in 2007 and was at the News of the World at the time of its closure in July 2011 in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.She rejoined The Sun shortly after its sister paper was shut. In her new role, she will report to The Sun's overall editor, David Dinsmore.The move comes as The Sun...
Source : BBC |
Category : Entertainment

Stats ChipPac shares soar on possible buyout

AMSHARES of technology firm Stats ChipPac soared yesterday on news that a third party is keen to buy out the company....
Source : Straits Times |
Category : Business

Indiaandapos;s first Live Web TV News Conversation channel

IndiaPost Live, Indias first live Web TV News Conversation channel was launched here, yesterday....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

World Briefs

The BBC said yesterday it will cut 415 jobs from its news department in its latest cost-cutting measures....
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

On the Runway Blog: Flash-Sale Sites: Do They Still Matter?

It seems as though this particular sale model is increasingly yesterday’s news....
Source : The Money Times |
Category : Others

Early morning thunderstorm causes flash floods

AMHEAVY rain caused flash floods across Singapore after a thunderstorm early yesterday morning, though most areas escaped major damage.    ...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

Comex packs in 170,000 on first day

AMDESPITE flash floods across the island, more than 170,000 bargain-hunters braved the bad weather yesterday to check out the hottest deals at Comex...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

British Prosecutors Charge Four Journalists

LONDON—British prosecutors said four journalists—-three of them from News Corp's Sun newspaper—have been charged with misconduct in public office, a move that puts a fresh spotlight on journalistic practices at a newspaper that's part of Rupert Murdoch's media giant.Reporters from News Corp's daily the Sun—Tom Wells, Neil Millard and Brandon Malinsky—have all been charged with misconduct in public...
Source : WSJ |
Category : Others

British paper The Sun tempts 100,000 over online paywall

News Printers, where the first copies of the new Sun on Sunday newspaper rolled off the presses, is seen in Broxbourne, England February 25, 2012.(Reuters) - The digital version of The Sun, Britain's most popular tabloid newspaper, attracted more than 100,000 subscribers in the four months since it started charging for online content, publisher News UK said on Friday.Newspaper groups are looking to...
Source : Reuters India |
Category : Others | City : London
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