BBC Radio Wales
8 minutes
what's going to be dropped off on the road closures that we've got a gated car park there any residents can access it and the gate open on tonight George Avenue itself but obviously because that roads going to be closed the car park is basically redundant and we won't be able to use I'll be able to the whole weekend because I can't get onto the road at all on the residents he lives he did say that they are offering as pass it to park at City Hall I think that was The Fairway away from where we actually live hundred people going walking up and down outside not be able to leave the flat faces be trapped inside the flats you know we we don't particularly like football so there's nothing really for us in the city centre that weekend so we're going to be moving out the city base for the weekend which were lucky enough to be able to play Cardiff Council is extremely positive about it says it's been visiting every business in the ring of Steel.
BBC Radio Wales
11 minutes
official Champions League virtual dice very good for businesses for the hospitality business and within 6 months back here with a partner or wife or they put their next holiday for it but not everyone shares the optimism and many independent stores tell me it'll be forced to close Emma Lewis heavy rep Gear High Street arcade um we sell fitness apparel it's really discussion about their what to do with regards to the saying Open being closed or we could I think think long and hard we thought we closed for the Champions League day just sporting event we have past experience for the rugby we find the footfall for clothing shop in is very minimal so we want to test to take the day off you have Saturday off.
BBC Radio Wales
13 minutes
happened this year and a very big deal for Cardiff but Wales is capital city is remarkably smaller than those that usually tackle this and the fact that the city unlike many previous host has its main Stadium smack bang in the middle of it means there's going to be a lot of destruction complete takeover of the entire city and it's not just to see if it's not just the stadium it's not just a city centre and we don't think we will be able to continue normal life more than 30 roads will be closed for the final some for a day or others such as those around Cardiff Bay but three or four David Eggleton it's from Cardiff Civic Society between the Castle and the and Bute Park and umm Pontcanna Fields and Llandaff Fields we are we losing the parks effectively for about 2.
France 24
13 minutes
"The operation is still really at full-tilt in a way and so until the operation is complete we can't be entirely sure that it's closed," said Rudd. Abedi's brother and father are being held in Libya. On Sunday, police released photographs from security cameras showing Abedi on the night of the massacre, wearing jeans and trainers, a black bodywarmer and a baseball cap, with the straps of his backpack visible on his shoulders. Britain has downgraded its security level from its highest level, but it still remains at "severe", meaning an attack is highly likely.
Leicester Mercury
20 minutes
After months of roadworks in Belvoir Street, crime and power problems are now adding to the misery for businesses.A massive revamp of the street has been taking place since last summer, which has involved the road being closed to traffic at times, as well as pavement closures.The street has also lost Fenwick and Austin Reed recently and cafe Dolce Verde closed at the beginning of this month after only opening in June, because of the difficult trading conditions.In the past two weeks there...
BBC Radio Ulster
21 minutes
government wants to wanted to achieve peace in Northern Ireland somehow what they did was he would talk to all sides are usually solid preciously usually behind closed doors if an anonymous poems backbench liberal MP only talks to one side and consulate and troops out movement that events refused to condemn the Irish specifically consolations motions and House of Commons saying that all of the violins know that I was called by British occupation how you have our country can occupy his own territory is a mystery to me it is quite clear not only by his actions and 1880s but during his campaign he is but he is he has failed to tell the truth and being honest about exactly what is motivated by Tom remind me to bring Phil Kelly on on this our local Labour Party member.
BBC Radio Wales
42 minutes
what are the top stories this morning the way this Security Services responded to warnings about the Manchester bomber is under investigation and is Cardiff compared to host the Champions League final some business owners and residents raising concerns about the impact on a city good morning for Steve James Gareth Thomas replaces Rob Evans for Wales summer tour 13 platinum rhodri Jones I called up as cover for details coming into force in travel news Andy Jacobs strong in Swansea to the west of the city at War Z Fforestfach Industrial Estate Corporation Road is closed on his state itself due to a building fire and smoke also having an effect on train services at Tucson se on the A55 delays shut westbound at Northop due to an overturned vehicle the full update in 15 minutes and also this morning we all knew it's official West is best Peters and Emma Lewis about the scarlet.
The Sun Daily
an hour
I will just tell them to do good for their country and the world. Leave a good lasting legacy for the future generations. Plant the seeds of the future for whole country as if they are planting them for their own children and grandchildren. What has been the biggest challenge you have faced? and what did you learn from it? Biggest challenge was we went into a traditional business that dealt with a traditional product – the print media. a)The industry was traditional and chaotic. When we first entered this business the traditional newsstand had not been updated, ever. It was messy, cluttered and closed-off. Even more disturbing was the unsystematic and unprofessional manner in which newspapers and magazines were distributed in Malaysia. What did I learn from it? We tried very hard to improve the way things were done on a day-to-day and step by step basis.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
IKEA order today today's headlines that have been made by police investigating the Manchester bombings some business owners and residents of raise concerns about the impact of the Champions League finals in Cardiff the weather be coming drive at Aldi aftersun early range of showers returning later on he is Jacob strong with a bank holiday travel it thank you hear wet and horrible out about setting up for the North on the A55 looking at the camera just a word of an overturned vehicle as well as he had on the westbound side pass Junction 33 details at least one lane closed looking at the senses and the nearest camera so traffic still light enough and it's not causing a massive delay on that westbound side to Swansea Fforestfach be on Industrial Estate Corporation Road is closed now that's all.
Leicester Mercury
an hour
After months of roadworks in Belvoir Street, crime and power problems are now adding to the misery for businesses.A massive revamp of the street has been taking place since last summer, which has involved the road being closed to traffic at times, as well as pavement closures.The street has also lost Fenwick and Austin Reed recently and cafe Dolce Verde closed at the beginning of this month after only opening in June, because of the difficult trading conditions.In the past two weeks there...
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
83 year old man in Shoreham-by-Sea in Sussex in connection with the investigation as it stands 16 people have been arrested to have been released without charge and fortina in custody what is a mock the week since the Manchester suicide bombing which kills 22 people yesterday the Home Secretary Amber Rudd said members of the Manchester suicide bomber found on a baby's network may still potentially at large the operation is still at wyllyotts am full Tilt in a y and so until the operation is complete we can't be entirely sure that it's closed over the weekend tens of thousands of runners took to the streets to take part in the great Manchester run Andy Burnham is the mayor of the city we wanted to send the message out but you're not going to beat us there you're not going to change your not gonna stop us doing what we want to do live the life you want to live in that was what we were trying to do all week.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
what is the name of and the D road in Staffordshire the A500 is closed in both directions the police are dealing with an incident between city road and Stoke Road in to changes in both directions of clothes that will cause problems is just off the motorway and the update on British Airways is the hoping to operate as usual better faster check flight status outer head of setting off to the airport limited to 5 live travel mystery tour on the road hearing your voice search listening to your views and hosting the UK's biggest selection conversation from a very special 5 Live camper van 2017 final mystery tour by Rachel Burden at the beds in Croydon today on the 5 Live margin on mystery tour with Colin Murray joining a little bit later we'll catch up with Rachel shortly again in Croyde.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
brightness developing any sunshine temperature to 21 to 25 degrees chili a further north in the east side of 13 to 15 Simon latest travel updates M1 and we had an overturned vehicle is in Northamptonshire on the northbound side at Northampton junction 15 so what a rolling roadblock been set up there to remove the vehicle off the road M25 couple of things clockwise Junction 73 M23 heading towards Reigate today that's why we had an overturned car so to LN2 still closed but you can get off the other two lanes better NewsNow anticlockwise junction 9 at Leatherhead there was another accident they're all going to open again ca 92805 Kirkcaldy is closed on the southbound side heading towards Lochgelly that's because of an accident too much just one lane remains closed now that's the latest update 5040ub heading out of London around Greenford flyover there's been an accident is block.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
online smartphone and 25 things going on so clockwise icons overturned it's along the bottom near the M23 junction 7 heading towards Reigate Junction 8 oh two lanes are closed for the carriage ride down to two lane fair and anticlockwise another accident A19 closed at Leatherhead a junction 9 and you for travel update in the next 10 minutes a very good morning to you Happy bank holiday Monday morning at 6:33 here we are back on the marginal Mystery Tour 5 live out and about this week in fact Colin Murray joins the party today was here for him a little bit later on he's going to be Comin Derringer stuffed trout the next seven days also.
South China Morning Post
2 hours
A second major upgrade in a week by JP Morgan on a major Chinese real estate company prompted a sector-wide trading flurry in an otherwise-quiet morning on the Hong Kong stock market on Monday. Leading the risers was Evergrande, which rose by over 25.3 per cent to finish the morning at HK$15.52. Country Garden also closed at HK$9.53, after having risen by over 10.9 per cent at one point. Both have now reached their respective yearly highs. Evergrande also led the market in terms of turnover,...
South China Morning Post
5 hours
Hong Kong stocks edged slightly lower in early Monday trading, following a round of modest gains in overseas markets at the end of last week. The Hang Seng Index opened down 0.10 per cent at 25,612.36, and the Hang Seng China Enterprises index rose 0.04 per cent to 10,583.72 as trade opened. The three major US indices closed mixed on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing 0.01 per cent lower at 21,080.28, the SP 500 rose 0.03 per cent to 2,415.82, while, the Nasdaq Composite up...
The Sun Daily
5 hours
We do have space for them as well as the land for them to come and set up, he said adding that TPM will be able to offer such rates due to the model it operates on. According to Shahazman, there is still a shortage of local talents, hence it is vital to create more successful homegrown companies in order for talents to flourish. “We want to create more successes amongst companies. When they are successful, they will be employers. That is the game we are playing. Contributions to the economy will come as more and more companies in TPM are successful,” he said. Some of the companies which have benefited from the programme are upstream oil and gas products designer MIT Technologies Sdn Bhd; energy efficient LED bulb solution provider Callotec Sdn Bhd and GeneNews Diagnostics, a creater of Colonsentry, a colon cancer detector. So far there are 108 incubation centres in the country which are still active out of the initial 132. Eight are dormant and the remaining closed.
BBC News 24
7 hours
be as high as 80%. It is easier for our activity that does not bring an economic return. We keep the place closed and pay out, why should we do that? The next option is for people who might like to come and take a stake. There are other megaprojects China is investing in
BBC News 24
8 hours
the required standards. Now, I'm not suggesting we shouldn't pay a lot of attention to that survey, but what I'm showing is there's a lot of other data in Scottish education which sort of tells a different story from the one you're trying to tell me right now. Except that this survey provided a benchmark and the results were not kind to your policies and you've closed it down, you won't do it again. You shot the messenger. Other global studies have shown Scottish schools.
BBC News 24
8 hours
the Scottish survey of numeracy and literacy. It is a survey we carry out, not an organisation. But you closed it down. It is a Sample survey based on information on secondary schools, but what we are replacing it with his comprehensive data broken down not just by local authorities, but.
BBC News 24
8 hours
but the performances of public services but the overall budget is determined by decisions taken at Westminster and the budget has been reduced since the Conservatives have been in office. Let's start with the former head of policy for Alex Salmond. He said that we the SMP have not closed the poverty gap, redistributed wealth or improved education. The sad truth is that anything.
The Sun Daily - Showbiz
9 hours
Cornell is survived by his wife of 13 years Vicky and their two teenage children, a boy and a girl. He is also survived by another child from a previous marriage. Cornell, who had a vocal range of nearly four octaves, was one of the most versatile singers in grunge, the subgenre that blended the rough edges of punk with dark introspection. His death closed another chapter in the Seattle-based grunge scene. Kurt Cobain, who defined grunge with his band Nirvana, shot himself in 1994 and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland died on a tour bus in 2015 from a drug overdose. His widow Vicky, a Greek music publicist whom he met when she was working in Paris, wrote a moving tribute to her late husband this week in which she expressed her heartbreak. "You were the best father, husband and son-in-law," she said in the letter published by Billboard.
Sky News
9 hours
people are under investigation, 3000 people. 500 terror plots. Which is an awful lot. Even in proportion, an awful lot to investigate but that is what these services are for and a lot of the stuff is done in the dark and behind closed doors and rightly so. When things like this happen.
BBC News 24
10 hours
Heavily armed police arrested three men, at one point bringing in a police dog. Roads were closed