The Economic Times
23 minutes
It has been submitted by the Confederation that the existing stock of liquor is of value of almost Rs 200 crore and the firms be allowed to dispose of the stock in other states where liquor is not banned.
The Sun Daily
30 minutes
Earlier, the Magistrate's Court allowed seven police personnel including two district police chiefs in Malacca and three civilians to be released on bail of RM50,000 for each police personnel while bail for the civilians were set at RM100,000 each with one surety for each individual. Two other suspects, namely a police officer with the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) and a van driver who acted as the middleman in collecting the protection money were still being remanded. The van driver was remanded until May 30 while the ASP up to May 31 to assist in the investigation. — Bernama
BBC Radio Wales
42 minutes
made to more arrests in Manchester last night and another at Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex 14 people an hour in custody the Liberal Democrats say Britain would lose a vital source of security information if the prime minister were to withdraw the UK from the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice the Conservatives have just missed the claim some business owners and residents in Cardiff have raised concerns about the impact of footballs Champions League final in the city on Saturday 170000 people are expected to arrive in the city for one of the biggest sporting events of the year will Fyffe reports a number of small businesses in Cardiff have told BBC Radio Wales still be forced to close on the day of the final because of unexpected dropping customers and difficulties getting into the city centre some residents have also expressed concerns that they are in effect be blocked into their own.
BBC Radio Ulster
42 minutes
and then that will never go back inside detectives of Launceston murder investigation under appealing for witnesses to contact them detectives have been granted more time to question a 42 year old man about the murders of two pensioners in Portadown on Friday Michael and Marjorie cordrey but who were both ec3a believed to been found stabbed to death at her home in Upper Ramone Park 27 year old man's expected to appear in court today charged with attempted murder after a man was seriously injured in a stabbing in Antrim on Saturday morning it happened in Rathmore Gardens the man's been charged with actual bodily harm common assault and possessing an offensive weapon British Airways is 15 questions of the catastrophic failure of its computer system and how it handle the follow the airline says it's me.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
play with you need to break the Old Boys network at Westminster because frankly none of these guys can be trusted first of all it's a debate about human lives you can come of the world and get diagnosed with HIV and get the retroviral drugs that cost up to £25,000 note that is dangerous I'm sorry we've got to put around people I know debate us at this time but this is the best you can hope for a George Barker is the political editor at the Financial Times and you want is on the line now good morning good morning that's been dominated by the two personalities so far are the Tories painting this is Meyers strong and stable Court been promoted by labour as a man of principle do you think tonight but we'll see you then focusing on issues towards I am not attorney will see Theresa May fuck you say thank you very much.
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
the man who was shot in a supermarket car park in Bangor yesterday as a brutal senseless and horrendous killing 35 year old Colin Horner was shot dead in front of the sun in balloo link at around 15 he was a friend of Loyalist Geordie Gilmore who was killed as part of a paramilitary feud in March detectives have been granted more time to question a 40 year old man about the murders of two pensioners in Portadown on Friday Michael and modric ordering we were both DT3 I believed to have been found stabbed to death at their home in Opera Moorpark a 27 year old man expected to appear in court today charged with attempted murder after a man was seriously injured in a stabbing in Antrim on Saturday morning it's happened in Rathmore Gardens a man's been charged with actual bodily harm common assault and possessing an offensive way.
The Sun Daily
an hour
GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will charge seven people tomorrow in a case where the process to renew public service vehicle (PSV) licences were allegedly manipulated. Penang MACC director Datuk Abdul Aziz Aban (pix) said four of them will be charged at the court in George Town. He said three of the suspects will be charged at the Butterworth court and another person will be charged in Perak. “One of the suspects to be charged at Butterworth is receiving treatment overseas so only two will be charged then,” he said in a press conference today. In February this year, MACC detained seven doctors and another three suspects following investigations. The arrests came after MACC raided seven clinics in Bukit Mertajam, Batu Ferringhi, Pekan Lama, Gelugor and Prai, two premises and a private kiosk which led to the arrest of seven doctors, including one who is attached to a government hospital.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
trolley hospital trolley an ambulance trolley that worked on a minute and end of him into the back of an ambulance and after about 10 minutes the ambulance there their and Associates Court.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
section of the European Court of Justice the Conservatives have just missed the claim some businesses and residents in Cardiff have raised concerns about the impact of footballs Champions League final in the city on Saturday 170000 people are expected to arrive in the city for one of the biggest sporting events of the year will 5 reports a number of smaller businesses in Cardiff have told BBC Radio Wales still be forced to close on the day of the final because of unexpected dropping customers and difficulties getting into the city centre some residents have also expressed concerns that they are in effect be blocked into their own homes for the duration of the weekend what road closures are enforced Cardiff Council says all residents and businesses have been contacted and no business has to close or residence can apply for temporary car parking allowance in to avoid any potential road closures.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
2 year old man about the murders of two pensioners in Portadown on Friday Michael and Marjorie cordrey who were both is E3 I believed to have been found stabbed to death of her home in Upper rib or park aid only 7 year old man is expected to appear in court today charged with attempted murder after a man was seriously injured in a stabbing in Antrim on Saturday morning it happened in Rathmore Gardens the man's been charged with actual bodily harm common assault and possessing an offensive weapon police investigating the Manchester arena bombings a difference does a 23 year old man in West Sussex to men Russell detained in Manchester last night and Moore homes were searched currently 14 men are in custody Jim Kelly reports from Manchester a week on from the bombing counterterrorism detectives I can turn you into moving on those who they suspect maybe LinkedIn.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
listen to a parent it's not some up really what you go through so then to find out the circumstances in which it happened and the fact that the driver has been so reckless how much more difficult is that make it easier to get this summer so senseless that could be divided it make it worse he did eventually end up in court and you was eventually child how do you feel that the whole process when somebody.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
force of the 1st of March according to figures obtained by the press association of police forces of court almost 6000 Motorists using a devices while driving that is the equivalent of 1 driver every 7 minutes this may not come as a surprise to many of you I know that you get in touch with this frequently telling me that you see people using their mobile phone for like the wheels for Paul Baker is from Witney in Oxfordshire his 14 year old daughter liberty was killed in 2014 after being hit by a car and the driver has been texting at the time for thank you for talking to us what can you tell us about the circumstances in which celebrity died in the same word for behind and gadget guy cost to Lines.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will charge seven people tomorrow in a case where the process to renew public service vehicle (PSV) licenses were allegedly manipulated. Penang MACC director Datuk Abdul Aziz Aban (pix) said four of them will be charged at the court in George Town. He said three of the suspects will be charged at the Butterworth court and another person will be charged in Perak. “One of the suspects to be charged at Butterworth is receiving treatment overseas so only two will be charged then,” he said in a press conference today. In February this year, MACC detained seven doctors and another three suspects following investigations. The arrests came after MACC raided seven clinics in Bukit Mertajam, Batu Ferringhi, Pekan Lama, Gelugor and Prai, two premises and a private kiosk which led to the arrest of seven doctors, including one who is attached to a government hospital.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here today set July 31 for case management of Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s libel suit against former MCA president Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik over an article published in a news portal two years ago. Judge Datuk Nor Bee Ariffin fixed the date in chambers in the presence of lawyer Nik Alia Hanafi, representing Najib, and lawyer Villie Nethi, acting for Dr Ling. Nik Alia said the date was set while waiting for the decision of the Federal Court in two appeal cases involving Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and Bandar Kuching member of parliament, Chong Chieng Jen. She said the appeals were over the issue of locus standi, that is, whether public officials could file a defamation suit in their personal capacity. Nik Alia also said that Najib’s application to strike out parts of Dr Ling’s statement of defence, relying on fair comment and qualified privilege, had not been heard yet by the court as it was still waiting for the Federal Court’s decision on the two appeal cases.
The Iran Project
2 hours
Press TV Bahraini regime forces have clashed with demonstrators rallying in solidarity with a prominent Shia cleric and his slain supporters in several areas across the kingdom. Troops attacked peaceful protesters who took to the streets of Sitra Island and chanted slogans against King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah on Sunday night. The protesters held the monarch responsible for recent crimes committed by his forces in the northwestern village of Diraz where several protesters were killed during a raid of Sheikh Isa Qassim's home. On May 23, police raided Diraz, which has been under a military siege for almost a year, and stormed the home of the spiritual leader of Bahrain's Shia majority. At least five demonstrators were killed and dozens more injured during the crackdown which also saw more than 280 people arrested. The fresh wave of anti-regime protests broke out on May 21, when a Bahraini court sentenced Sheikh Qassim to one year in jail and ordered him to pay $265,266 in fines.
Sky News
2 hours
work, and there is a drive for work to be more flexible, it should actually allow everybody to be better parents because you would be able to adapt the times you awe peered in the court of law around family schedules. I think the reality here is they're extending it by two.
ABC News - Virginia
2 hours
ITV
2 hours
about how that would work in practice. Once you start to overanalyse these things and look at if there is sufficient evidence, taken before the court, that's fine. It's important the evidence is right. Otherwise, that creates resentment. You could bring these people.
Derby Telegraph
2 hours
A young Derby man went to an address he as banned from going to, pulled a large piece of wood from out of his trousers and told people at the address they were dead. Brandon Poyser had been issued with a restraining order forbidding him from going to Warren Street, in Alvaston, after assaulting a former partner by the throat at a party, a court was told. But on August 18 last year police were called after he went there and made the threat with the weapon. Officers went to the...
Daily Mail - Australia
2 hours
Nottingham Evening Post
2 hours
The latest people travelling on Nottingham Express Transit trams have been hit with fines of £220 each.The cases were dealt with at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.The offenders were:* Maria Ageyman, 19, of Radmarsh Road, Nottingham, received the fine, an order to pay compensation of £2.20, a victim surcharge of £30 and costs of £120. She was ticketless at 12.41am after travelling between Nottingham Station and The Forest on November 18 last year.* Ahmad Ali, 27, of Cromer...
ABC News - Virginia
2 hours
The Bolton News - Crime
3 hours
A UNIVERSITY student who was caught with a rucksack of cocaine and cannabis in his car has escaped jail.
The Iran Project
3 hours
They called for the returning of the bodies instead for proper funeral services. “The martyrs' families announce that depriving them of burying their sons in accordance with their wish can be construed as a crime which will be added to the first crime of liquidating them in the field, the families said. On May 23, Bahraini forces raided the village of Diraz, which has been under a military siege for almost a year, and stormed the home of Sheikh Isa Qassim, the spiritual leader of Bahrain's Shia majority. Regime forces killed at least five demonstrators, wounded dozens and arrested over 280 people during the crackdown. The raid, which came a few days after US President Donald Trump said Washington sought to improve ties with Manama, stoked tensions in the tiny Persian Gulf state where the US Fifth Fleet is based. Bahrain was rocked by mass protests in 2011, but the fresh wave of anti-regime protests broke out on May 21, when a Bahraini court convicted Sheikh Qassim of illegal collection of funds and money laundering.