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Airports operator BAA today said it expected passenger traffic to take off later this year as the aviation industry emerges from the "toughest conditions for a decade".
The London market suffered a bloodbath today, slumping nearly fourper cent following an accounting scandal at US group WorldCom.
The organisers of Salvage, the monthly rock night at the Newbury Corn Exchange have come up with a real coup, as US rock band Wheatus will make appearance on Monday, June 24, for a Salvage special.
CHEQUE MATES - Galleyfords' presentation, from left, rear - Stephen Ellingford, Jo Kelly, and Jim Tubbs-Galley, front - Ms Kelly's daughters, Crystal, six, Sade, 14, Kandis, four, and Harley, eight
CAT CALLS - The Classic Cats Theatre Dancers at The Oracle
SPIDER-MAN zooms into Reading cinemas this weekend – and the comic-book hero is set to become a movie legend as well.
Music executive Ken Berry received a £6 million pay-off after being replaced at the helm of EMI's recorded music division, it emerged today.
Hundreds of borrowers could be in line for compensation payments after Cheltenham & Gloucester (C&G) announced today it did not plan to challenge an ombudsman's ruling over its dual mortgage rate.
Directories business Yell was today gearing up to become one of the UK's biggest stocks after being valued at up to £2.3 billion.
RESULT - Mick May of SEC Electrical and Instrumentation, right, receives the certificate from president of RoSPA Lord Faulkner of Worcester