Steven Purcell Subject to Police Investigation for Allegations of Corruption

Steven Purcell

It has been revealed that Steven Purcell, former head of Glasgow City Council, is undergoing a police investigation. He has been alleged of being corrupt. Strathclyde Police are probing into documents to verify whether Purcell employed unjustifiable influence to obtain a £50,000 contract for friend and fellow councilor, Ruth Black.

First Ever Official BulletStorm Details Out

First Ever Official BulletStorm Details Out

Many are viewing the latest development as sharing of first official details on one of the gaming industry's worst kept secrets. The world already knows much about it, but that does not mean that BulletStorm does not deserve a proper, official unveiling.

Drugs to Reduce Hypertension May Prove Helpful is Reversing Kidney Damage

Drugs to Reduce Hypertension May Prove Helpful is Reversing Kidney Damage

Recent research has revealed that blood pressure drugs can prove useful in reversing kidney damage. The research is the first of its kind and may have remarkable reverberations if it succeeds.

Nokia to Come Up With Enhanced Location-based Services with MetaCarta

Nokia to Come Up With Enhanced Location-based Services with MetaCarta

The trend of providing location-based-services to the users will be further enhanced by Nokia as it plans to purchase MetaCarta. This will elevate the “push” that Nokia is expecting in the location based service, as MetaCarta is an expert in geographic intelligence.

Organs Removed Without Consent Owing to a Snag in the System

Organs Removed Without Consent Owing to a Snag in the System

A grave error relating to Britain’s donor register will leave bereaved families perplexed. It will be revealed to them that organs were taken from their relatives without their consent.

With Tweetie Acquisition, Twitter Locks On Mobile

With Tweetie Acquisition, Twitter Locks On Mobile

Twitter on Friday announced the acquisition of Atebits, which will permit Twitter to establish itself as mobile communications service with its own website. Atebits, is the company that manufactures the Tweetie applications for the iPhone and Mac OS X.

Newell House for Mentally Ill Women and Children to Close

It has been revealed that a special women’s mental health unit in Christchurch is edging towards a close. The reason for its closure is the lack of funding and an alteration in the unit's role. The unit is slated to close for ever at the end of next month.

Press Event Unveils Apple's iPhone with OS 4.0

Press Event Unveils Apple's iPhone with OS 4.0

Apple on Thursday organized an iPhone OS 4.0 press event. It was brought into light on the occasion that Apple decided to stick to its Benjamin Button approach that relates to the development of the operating-system, that has got the striking feature of its user interface 4.0.

Regular Flyers Sent Written Apology Letters by Qantas Chief Executive

Alan Joyce

Confirming the terminations in the flights to be mechanical issues, Qantas Airways Ltd’s Chief Executive, Alan Joyce, apologized to regular flyers for the cancellation of flights and also stated that the cancellations were nowhere related to safety problems.

Australian Construction Sector Reports Weakness in March

According a recent report, the construction activity in Australia has been seen diluting this March as the industry is suffering a contraction, post two months of growth. The construction index for the Housing Industry Association reported a drop in performance by 4.1 points, during the month. The number falls below the 50 mark, which distinguishes expansion from contraction.

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