June 11, 2019

Crest Nicholson profits down as build inflation bites

Crest Nicholson has reported an 11% drop in pre-tax profits to £64.4m for the six months to April 30 as the housebuilder came faced stagnant prices and rising build costs.
June 11, 2019

Sky, BT and Virgin Media face new rival and it’s what many have been waiting for

FIRMS such as BT, Virgin Media and Sky face a major new rival that could boost broadband in millions of homes.
June 11, 2019

Vulnerable aged as young as just two found to be using social media

Barnardo's says more needs to be done to protect young children from the worst of the net
June 11, 2019

Hi-de-hi! What it’s like to work at world-famous Butlin’s in Skegness

Holiday centre struggles to fill vacancies despite staging recruitment drive in winter
June 11, 2019

Under the Silver Lake drowns in a sea of its own confusion

The film had the makings of an intriguing psycho-thriller, but instead it's a befuddled inversion of a Los Angeles detective story with pop culture trimmings.
June 11, 2019

Ruthie Henshall … and all that jazz

Singing star best known for her female roles in Chicago would jump at the chance to gender-swap and play the male lead.
June 11, 2019

Virgin Trains plans new service for London-Liverpool route when current franchise deal ends

Operator claims fares would be cheaper and passengers guaranteed seat
June 11, 2019

NHS struggling with 100,000 unfilled posts as EU workers flee UK in run-up to Brexit

Skilled health workers are in big demand
June 11, 2019

From the Archives: A hard day’s night for Beatles fans

On this day in 1964, hundreds of screaming teenagers - desperate to catch a glimpse of their idols, the Beatles - laid siege to Sydney's Sheraton Hotel.
June 11, 2019

Aguero’s return lifts Messi’s hopes of Copa glory with Argentina

Lionel Messi has long craved a suitable strike partner so that he can win a major trophy with Argentina and the return of his friend Sergio Aguero has given the nation renewed hope of winning the Copa America.
June 11, 2019

Copa is anyone’s but fans worry emulating Europe

This month's Copa America will be the third in four years but for those suffering from an overdose of South American soccer there is an end in sight. Only not just yet.
June 11, 2019

Non-fiction: Skywriting and three more titles

Robyn Ravlich's book celebrates the cutting-edge of radio days.