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27/04/2009 - 19:06

UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 April 2009

Europe's biggest onshore wind farm to be ready early - Swine flu hits UK amid pandemic fears - Tories extend lead over Labour.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 April 2009
Europe's biggest onshore wind farm to be ready early

ScottishPower, a unit of Spain's Iberdrola, said on Monday its Whitelee wind farm near Glasgow is to be completed ahead of schedule in the next few weeks.

Swine flu hits UK amid pandemic fears

The first British cases of deadly swine flu have been confirmed as fears of a global pandemic grow.

Tories extend lead over Labour

The Conservatives have extended their lead over Labour to 19 points in the aftermath of last week's Budget, according to a new poll.

Attendance allowance plans dropped

Gordon Brown's hopes of a swift resolution to the MPs' expenses controversy have been dashed after he was forced to abandon one of his central reforms.

UK swine flu patients 'recovering'

Two people confirmed as Britain's first cases of swine flu are recovering in isolation in hospital.

Craigslist killing suspect can't afford lawyer

The Boston University medical student accused of slaying a 25-year-old masseuse he met on Craigslist owes more than $130,000 in student loans and cannot afford an attorney, according to court papers.

NYC mayor says 28 swine flu cases from 1 school

Twenty-eight people connected to a private New York City high school have confirmed cases of swine flu, and 17 more probably have it, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday as officials tried to assure residents that the situation was far less serious than Mexico's deadly outbreak.

'Rockefeller' wins battle to block comments

The man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller has won a court fight to keep jurors from hearing most of his four-hour interrogation after a judge ruled that investigators persisted even though he had invoked his right to remain silent.

Ohio study with hobby planes looks at bird strikes

Researchers want to fly remote-controlled airplanes near Lake Erie to determine whether lighting systems could scare away birds and cut down the number of mid-air collisions with flying fowl.

91 protesters arrested at White House

Park Police say they have arrested 91 protesters in front of the White House, including some in wheelchairs who chained themselves to a fence.

CDC confirms 40 US cases of swine flu

The government is confirming 40 cases of the new swine flu in the U.S., with the 20 additional ones coming from a New York City school where students spent spring break in Mexico.

Gov't advises against unnecessary travel to Mexico

The federal government is preparing a travel advisory instructing Americans to avoid nonessential travel to Mexico, the acting head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.

Lobbyist notes to Pa. governor mix charm, pressure

Newly disclosed correspondence between Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and lobbyists from last year shows he received particular pressure regarding a property assessment bill he eventually vetoed and a stalled proposal to extend health coverage to more of the uninsured.

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