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31/03/2009 - 19:39

UK & USA Today Editoweb 31 march 2009

Senior civil servants' pay rises curbed - New National Park in South Downs - Olympic "wave" roof goes up on aquatics center .



UK & USA Today Editoweb 31 march 2009
Senior civil servants' pay rises curbed

Prime Minister Gordon Brown awarded NHS bosses, senior civil servants and judges lower-than-recommended pay rises on Tuesday saying senior public sector staff had a duty of restraint during the recession.

New National Park in South Downs

A new National Park in the South Downs has finally got the go-ahead more than 60 years after the area was first earmarked for protected status.

Olympic "wave" roof goes up on aquatics center

One of the most architecturally dramatic features of the 2012 London Olympic buildings -- the sweeping, wave-shaped roof to the aquatics center -- has begun to be lifted into place.

Two Arrested Over Alleged Insider Trading

Two people, including a senior corporate finance adviser, have been arrested in connection with a probe into suspected organised insider trading.

Driest March in six years recorded

Warm days and cool nights were the key feature of the driest March in six years, a weather historian has said.

Men freed on basis of DNA ask Texas for help

More than a dozen men who spent a total of more than 200 years in prison for crimes they did not commit are asking Texas lawmakers to improve the state's criminal justice system.

Obama's aunt becomes symbol in immigration debate

Barack Obama's Kenyan aunt lost her bid for asylum more than four years ago, and a judge ordered her deported. Instead, Zeituni Onyango stayed, living for years in public housing.

8-year-old missing, homes of 2 men searched

An 8-year-old girl is missing in a northern California town and police say they are investigating two men who they describe as "persons of interest."

More blizzard woes in Dakotas; hailstorm in Texas

A huge weather system stretching from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico piled more deep snow on parts of the Dakotas on Tuesday and battered parts of Texas with damaging hail.

Plavix plus aspirin helps prevent strokes

Taking the blood thinner Plavix along with aspirin helped prevent strokes and heart attacks in people with a common heartbeat abnormality that puts them at high risk of these problems, doctors reported Tuesday.

Md. mom's starvation plea pegged to resurrection

Prosecutors agreed to some unusual terms to win a guilty plea from a former religious cult member charged with starving her 1-year-old son to death: If the child is resurrected, her plea will be withdrawn.

Records show Tribune Co. lobbying of Blagojevich

Newly opened state records reveal heavy lobbying last year by Tribune Co. representatives looking to get then-Gov. Rod Blagojevich to agree to have the state buy Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.

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