P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:18/18         SERBIA TO GET NATO SHOW OF STRENGTH 108 Display of air power set for Monday PENSIONER Youth charged with murder 121 MISSING Police step up hunt for boy 113 PARADES Trimble warning on Drumcree 111 KILLING Man dies after shot to head 112 HERO Boy, 14, swims to OAP's rescue 124 ——————————————————————————————————————— HONOUR Knighthood for World Cup ace 104 BBC Award for director-general Birt 105 AB FAB Sitcom actress June wins CBE 107 CATCH UP WITH NEWS WHERE YOU LIVE 160 Weather 400 TV/Radio 600 LOTTERY 555 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:18/40       WORLD CUP FEVER MAY COST FIRMS £1bn 212 Birthday Honours for top City brass 220 Beware — the bears are on the prowl 215 EU grants and loans for businesses 216 "Ask Adam" about your money qujries 203 ——————————————————————————————————————— FTSE-100 at CLOSE Winners 16 Losjrs 81 ——————————————————————————————————————— FTSE 5769.8 -82.7 at CLOSE DOW UK 225.03 - 3.19 at CLOSE Dow Jn 8834.94 +23.17 at CLOSE £/DM 2.9492 + 0.0059 £/$ 1.6323 + 0.0056 £ index 104.9 + 0.1 ——————————————————————————————————————— Mortgages 250 Annuities 260 Tax 270 ——————————————————————————————————————— Front page 100 City news 201 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/17         SAMBA ACE RONALDO INCURS ZICO WRATH 305 FOOTBALL Nigeria seal thrilling win 306 Holland v Belgium latest 308 In-Vis 328 R/UNION Scotland slump to Australia 372 South Africa debutant rocks Ireland 373 Bravj England beaten in New Zealand 371 M/SPORT Mansell hits Donington form 363 FOOTBALL Durrant joining Kilmarnock 322 GOLF European GP: rnd 1 leaderboard 354 ——————————————————————————————————————— WORLD CUP INDEX 302 OTHER FOOTBALL 320 Football 302 Tennis 330 Cricket 340 Golf 354 M/Sport 360 Racing 660 News 101 Weather 400 TV/Radio 600 Racing 660 Lottery 555 City BBC2 200 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/41       A90 WEEKEND WORK ON FORTH RD BRIDGE 431 Contraflow / delays until 6am Monday Train Elevjn days of action planned 439 Tube Two day strike starts Sunday 436 BBC2 France98 index 465 World Clock 459 BBC2 Euro news 487 Music festivals 490 ———————————————————————————————————————  ROADS 431   Rail 432   Flights 440  Ferries 435   London Tube 436  199  ——————————————————————————————————————— News 101 Travel A-Z 499 Home 100 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:18/21       ARISE, SIR GEOFF THE HAT-TRICK HERO England soccer legend Geoff Hurst — the only man to score a hat-trick in a World Cup final — has been knighted in the Qujen's Birthday Honours. The latest award for the former West Ham star comes after an earlier MBE. But commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme said it was "disgraceful" that the other players had not been honoured. "I'vj been saying for 32 yjars that the whole team should have been made OBEs in 1966," hj said. Who's been honoured in your area? 160 News Index 102 Flash 150 Extra 140 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/42       KNIGHTHOOD FOR BBC'S JOHN BIRT BBC Director-General John Birt receives a knighthood in the honours list. And the corporation's disability affairs correspondent, blind broadcaster Peter White, gets an MBE. Veteran commentator Robert Kee, whose knowledge of Ireland led to govjrnments consulting him on the troubles and the road to peace, becomes a CBE. So too does Geoffrey Goodman, ex- industrial editor of the Mirror and British Journalism Review founder. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/17       RUMPOLE CREATED MORTIMER KNIGHTED Lawyer and Labour supporter John Mortimer, author of the Rumpole books which spawned a highly popular TV series, has been knighted. The same honour goes to playwright David Hare whosj latest play, The Judas Kiss, explores the themes of lovj and betrayal. Poet/playwright Damian Gorman, renowned in Northern Ireland, gets an MBE. And there is a CBE for biographer Victoria Glendinning. Who's been honoured in your area? 160 News Index 102 Flash 150 Extra 140 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:00/01       AB FAB CBE FOR COMEDY STAR JUNE Actress June Whitfield collected a CBE in the honours list and declared the award to be "absolutely fabulous". The 72-year-old comedy star already has an OBE which was awarded in 1985 for her contribution to showbusiness. Her numerous credits include Ab Fab, Terry and June and sevjral Carry On films, and she joked that the latest honour was for "staying the course". "I think it's just wonderful. I'm delighted and thrilled." Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:03/30       NATO PREPARES KOSOVO WARNING FOR SERBIA Nato has given details of a military show of strength designed to pressure Serbia into ending its Kosovo crackdown Secretary-General Javier Solana confirmed that exercise "Determined Falcon" would take place over Albania and Macedonia on Monday. He said the manoeuvres, involving air power from several nations, would show Nato's ability to deploy quickly. Meanwhile, the UN has begun an airlift of supplies for refugees from Kosovo. World news digest and in brief.. 142 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/12       ROBERTSON WARNS SERBS WE WILL USE FORCE Defence Secretary George Robertson has warned the Serbian President to stop the violence in Kosovo — or face international military intervjntion. Speaking on BBC Radio 4 Mr Robertson said Slobodan Milosevic should understand that "the violence must stop or action will be taken". The UN has begun airlifting aid to thousands of people fleeing Kosovo. Six RAF Jaguar attack aircraft were sent to the Balkan region yesterday. World news digest and in brief.. 142 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/26       GREECE WARNS BLAIR ON TURKISH POLICY Tony Blair has been warned by his Greek counterpart against any moves towards extending European Union membership to Turkey at next week's summit in Cardiff Turkey was excluded from a list of countries preparing for mjmbership at a summit in Luxembourg. Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis is said to havj told Mr Blair the Cardiff summit must not go "beyond Luxembourg". British officials admitted there had been a "difference of opinion". Parliament and politics digest... 144 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/20       MARCH BAN RISKS PEACE PROCESS — TRIMBLE Peace in Ulster and the future of the new assembly will be threatened unless Orangemen can march in a nationalist area, David Trimble has warned. But nationalist residents in Garvaghey Road, Portadown, should be allowed to mount a protest, said the UUP leader. The province's Parades Commission has yet to say if the Drumcree Orange church parade can go ahead. Mr Trimble said allowing the march was the "only sensible decision to take". Parliament and politics digest... 144 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/51       MAN DIES IN HOSPITAL FOLLOWING SHOOTING Police have begun a murder inquiry after a man was shot in the head and later died in hospital. The shooting happened just before 9am in the Easton area of Bristol. The victim, who has not been named, died after being taken to Frenchay Hospital in the city. Avon and Somersjt Police have released no further details but have urged anyone in the area at around the time of the shooting to come forward. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:14/25       POLICE SEARCH RIVER FOR MISSING BOY A search for a five-year-old boy who disappeared yesterday has been stepped up amid growing concern. Officers are searching waste ground and tenement buildings around the Gorbals area of Glasgow as well as the Rivjr Clyde for Ernest Barrie. But a search for an older boy who went missing was called off when he turned up safe and well this morning. Andrew Buchanan, 11, was found at a friend's house, a spokesman said. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:14/18       NEW ROUND OF IRAQI WEAPONS TALKS BEGINS The UN's chief weapons negotiator, Richard Butler, has started fresh talks to determine if Baghdad has destroyed its weapons of mass destruction. Final verification would enable the lifting of UN sanctions against Iraq. Earlier discussions centred upon how quickly the UN's work can be completed. The two sides are closest to agreement on missiles but Mr Butler says there will have to be a great leap forwards on biological weapons. World news digest and in brief.. 142 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/52       SEVEN BRITONS ARRESTED IN SPANISH SWOOP Seven British nationals havj been arrested in Fuengirola, Spain, by police probing a hashish-smuggling ring They all live on the Spanish Costa del Sol or the British colony of Gibraltar, police in Malaga said. They are suspected of belonging to a gang, transporting cannabis to England. Police confiscated 260kg of hashish. Police who swooped simultaneously in Britain to arrest a son of one of thj suspects also found drugs. World news digest and in brief.. 142 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:14/27       LILLEY IN WARNING ON NEW UNION PROBLEMS Britain could be heading for a new era of strikes and union militancy, deputy Conservativj leader Peter Lilley says. There were signs the unions were once again "flexing their industrial muscle", he said in a speech at the Welsh Tory Conference. Many unions were operating on the basis that the Government would not "bite the hand that feeds", he said. The public wanted to know how it was going to be protected, he added. Parliament and politics digest... 144 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/37       PM SHARIF ADDRESSES BRITISH PAKISTANIS The Prime Minister of Pakistan has defended his country's recent nuclear tests in a speech in Britain. Nawaz Sharif, on a private visit, addressed more than 4,000 British Pakistanis in Manchester. He said Pakistan "could not sit still" in the face of nuclear tests carried out by its neighbour, India. He appealed to British Pakistanis to help Pakistan survive sanctions by investing £1,000 each in the country. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P152 CEEFAX 2 152 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/25       FRENCH TO SEARCH FOR MISSING YACHTSMAN A French rescuj aircraft has been given permission to reopen a search for one of the world's top solo yachtsmjn, who is missing presumed drowned. French national hero Eric Tabarly, 66, fell into the sea 35 miles south-east of Milford Havjn last night. The yachtsman is not believed to havj been wearing a lifejacket. An earlier search by an RNLI lifeboat, an RAF helicopter and various other vessels was called off at noon. World news digest and in brief.. 142 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 SEastExtr News Indx News Xtra Main Menu