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     Thu 17 April 2014
 

The Independent

Red squirrels: The creature that everyone knows but is hardly seen
The Independent
The vast majority of Britons have never seen a red squirrel, according to a new survey which highlights how the native species has been decimated by the invasion of the grey squirrel. Only five per cent of the population has ever seen a red squirrel in their ...
Just 5% of British garden owners have seen a red squirrel as alarming extent to ...Daily Mail
Graphic: The wild world that you found at the bottom of the gardenNorfolk Eastern Daily Press
East Yorkshire's garden wildlife revealedHu12 Online
Belfast Newsletter -the Irish News -The Guardian
all 22 news articles »
 

BBC News

Ancient Rome 'larger than thought', researchers find
BBC News
British scientists say a newly discovered section of ancient Rome's river port wall shows the city was much larger than previously estimated. It was uncovered at Ostia during a survey of an area between the port and Portus - another Roman port. The ports are ...
British researchers: Ancient Rome larger than thoughtDelhi Daily News
'Secret' Ostia is bigger than PompeiiThe Local.it
Ancient Rome much larger than previously thought3News NZ
The Independent -Belfast Telegraph
all 18 news articles »
 

Vancouver Sun

Mounties get their man: Alleged Heartbleed hacker CUFFED
Register
Authorities in Canada have announced the arrest of the man they believe to be behind an attack on the country's tax system using the Heartbleed vulnerability. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said that 19 year-old Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes of ...
The first suspected Heartbleed hacker has struck beforeWashington Post
First Heartbleed 'Hacker' Arrested And ChargedSky News
Nabbed, man in Heartbleed data theftIndependent Online
News24 -Fox News -Business Standard
all 195 news articles »
 

Telegraph.co.uk

PlayStation 4 sales top seven million
Telegraph.co.uk
Sony says it has sold seven million PlayStation 4 worldwide since its launch last year, forging ahead of its nearest rival Microsoft's Xbox One. The PS4 is up against Xbox One and Nintendo's Wii U for dominance of the digital home entertainment market at a ...
Sony struggles to meet demand as PS4 sales surpass 7mThe Guardian
Sony has sold over seven million PS4sInquirer
Sony PlayStation 4 Sales Reach 7 Million on Surging Demand (2)Businessweek
PCWorld -Zee News -NDTV
all 252 news articles »
 

The Guardian

Boycott Fossil Fuel Firms to Save Planet
AllAfrica.com
Twenty-five years ago people could be excused for not knowing much, or doing much, about climate change. Today we have no excuse. No more can it be dismissed as science fiction; we are already feeling the effects. This is why, no matter where you live, ...
Pope Francis urged to back fossil fuel divestment campaignThe Guardian
British ministers in Kenya to discuss green energy technologyShanghai Daily (subscription)

all 7 news articles »
 

Mirror.co.uk

Britain prepares for invasion of killer hornets
Bath Chronicle
Killer hornets blamed for the deaths of six people in France could be on their way to the south of England. The grim warning is contained in the latest House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) report on invasive non-native species. Swarms of ...
Giant Asian Hornet heading for Kent after 'causing deaths' of six people in FranceKent Online
Deadly killer hornets could be on their way to Kent, Government fearssevenoakschronicle.co.uk
Killer Asian hornets could arrive in Westcountry within daysMid Devon Gazette
Exeter Express and Echo -Plymouth Herald
all 10 news articles »
 

BBC News

Mysterious black ring in Warwickshire baffles many
Delhi Daily News
A video of a mysterious black ring in the sky over Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, UK, has sparked a wave of rumors among people in the region. A 16-year-old schoolgirl captured the ring with her smartphone. The ring appeared close to Warwick Castle ...
What was the mysterious black ring in Leamington Spa?BBC News
A Weird Black Ring Appeared in the Sky and Then Disappeared (Updated)Gizmodo UK
OMG! What is that mysterious ring in the sky?India Today
Orange UK News -International Business Times AU
all 39 news articles »
 

Dredging Today

Borough's beaches recommended for water quality following tests
News Guardian
All of North Tyneside's bathing beaches have received top water quality recognition from the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). Last year's dry summer has resulted in more bathing beaches than ever being “recommended” for their excellent water quality in ...
Llandudno's West Shore beach passes water quality testsNorth Wales Pioneer
Stoney beach improves on last yearMearns Leader
UK: Llandudno Sea Defence Project Progresses WellDredging Today

all 8 news articles »
 

Daily Mail

Virgin Media forced to apologise for data breach after accidentally copying-in ...
Daily Mail
Virgin Media has been forced to apologise to thousands of customers after their inboxes were bombarded with hundreds of unwanted emails in error. The problem occurred when one of the company's suppliers mistakenly sent out an email, which when it was ...
Virgin email fiasco hits thousands of usersPC Pro
Virgin Media apologises for the email glitchTechie News
Virgin Media - still gett...Bitterwallet
Telecompaper (subscription) -The Football Examiner -Huffington Post UK
all 17 news articles »
 

Telegraph.co.uk

Peak District National Park celebrates its 63rd birthday
Telegraph.co.uk
The Peak District, Britain's first ever National Park, is celebrating its 63rd birthday. The protected landscape, roughly the size of Greater London, was chosen an area of national importance for its beauty, wildlife, and cultural heritage and made accessible to all ...
Peak District 63rd birthday: a ranger's guide to the national parkThe Guardian
Peak District National Park 63rd birthday is celebrated by Google DoodleThe Independent
Google celebrates the Peak District National Park in its daily 'doodle'Derby Telegraph
Manchester Evening News
all 8 news articles »
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