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By Scott Reid The new five-year deal covers alterations, refurbishments and building work at BAA airports including Edinburgh BUILDING and maintenance services group Rok is set to work on a series of projects for airport operator BAA that could be worth GBP 130 million in total.
CELEBRITY chef Rick Stein is one of four bidders wanting to run a restaurant at a cliff-top public toilet site in Brixham, Devon. (c) 2008 Sunday Mirror; London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
A DELEGATION from Liverpool John Lennon Airport is setting off to Malaysia to attend The World Route Development Forum. Described as "speed dating" for businesses, hundreds of airports will meet around 300 of the world's major airlines at the annual event at Kuala Lumpur.
By Les Holt SIR Michael Parkinson showed on Jonathan Ross he still has audience appeal. What a pity he can't be coaxed back for one-off specials. Les Holt, Prestwich Manchester (c) 2008 Daily Mirror. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
By GRAHAM YOUNG IT'S easy to think of the Midlands as a wholly built-up area - but nothing could be further from the truth. Luckily, the amount of greenery in the region is astonishing both for its quality as well as its variety.
By Jade Wright FORGETAmyWinehouse, the original beehive queen of retro pop is back. MariWilson is coming to Birkenhead to promote newalbumEmotional Glamour. See her and long-standing creative partner,Adrian York at the Pacific RoadArts Centre on Tuesday. Tickets from pounds 16.
Care for elderly and disabled people will come under the spotlight at a public meeting later this month. The council meeting has been organised as the Government stages a consultation exercise on the future of services to help people lead independent lives in their own homes.
A charity which runs a debt advice centre in Bath says the credit crunch is forcing people to eat less healthy food. Research by Christians Agains Poverty suggests one in three people have turned their backs on healthy food in the last year.
A 10-YEAR-OLD girl remains in a critical condition after falling through a skylight at a Northumberland social club. Danielle Bell, 10, had been playing with friends on the roof at Prudhoe and Mickley Unionist Club when it is understood she fell 12ft on to concrete suffering serious injuries.
By LAURA DALE Arsonists are responsible for a fire which ripped through an historic wooden chalet completely destroying it. The Bishopsteignton bungalow was reduced to rubble by the blaze which started at about 4.50pm on Sunday.
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