P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/03       1/8 DEVICE Army bomb disposal experts have carried out a controlled explosion on a suspect device found attached to a cash machine at a Safeway supermarket in Githam, Essex. SHOWBIZ John Lennon's half-sister Julia Baird is planting an oak in Liverpool's Peace Gardens to mark what would have been the ex-Beatle's 60th birthday. MUSIC Gangster Reggie Kray has released a collection of songs — Freedom of Thought — which were recorded shortly before his death at the age of 66. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/01       2/8 QUEUE Twelve people have been injured after a car ploughed into a bus queue in King's Cross, north London. The male driver of a black BMW ran off. ASCOT A bomb alert which caused the closure of Ascot racecourse, Berkshire, on Saturday will cost the venue up to £100,000 hn lost revenue, a course spokesman has said. NAMED A diver who failed to surface after inspecting a wreck on Scotland's west coast on Friday has been named as Albert Paxford, 40, a serving officer with Greater Manchester Police. Home news digest and in brief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:56/12      O s/8 DRESSING DOWN SUITS MORE FIRMS — SURVEY The casual dressing revolution is gaining momentum with the majority of bosses accepting that "suits are out", according to the latest research. Smart-casual clothing is considered the best style of dress for everyday office life by 55% of company directors. Only 33% preferred workers to wear a suat, the independent communications agency The Aziz Corporation said. In 1997, that figure stood at 52%. Now, 23% have a dress-down day once a week. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 'jather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Maou
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:53/17       3/8 WOMAN CHARGED 'HTH DUMPING BABY IN BIN A 36-year-old woman is due to appear in court charged with abandoning her new- born baby in a dustbin in London. The woman went to Paddington police station, west London, to give herself up after a huge appeal in the media. The baby was found at St Mary's Church, in Kensington, on September 13. It was discovered crying by a passer-by. The unemployed woman has been charged with child abandonment and will appear at Horseferry Road Magistrates' Court. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:52/00        4/8 FRUIT INITIATIVE TO HELP BEAT CANCER Young people are being urged to eat more fruit and vegetables — after research suggested they are eating less than half the recommended amounts. As part of Food Awareness —ek people aged 16 to 24 will be encouraged to eat at least five portions every day. The "Give Me Five" campaign says this will improve their skin and protect them against cancer. Schemes include free fruit in schools, tastings and supermarket promotions. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/02        5/8 LAND ROVERS TO BE ASSEMBLED IN JORDAN Land Rovers are to be assembled in Jordan following a landmark agreement with Amman-based Ole Automotive Trading Company, Land Rover has said. The popular four-by-four Land Rover Defenders will be assembled at a new plant from kits shipped from its Solihull factory in the Midlands. Initially, more than 5,000 vehicles will be produced at the new facility. Operations are expected to start in late 2001, a Land Rover spokesman said. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/50        6/8 TAX NOT THE ANS DR TO FUEL PROBLEM: RAC The Government should develop more efficient forms of fuel rather than simply push up petrol and diesel prices, the RAC Foundation has said. It called on Chancellor Gordon Brown to protect those in rural areas who are dependent on private transport. "The Government l—y make concessions for hauliers and farmers, but that is not enough in the long term," it said. Technology was "a far more effective way of addressing environment problems" Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 dather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/00       6/8 FAMILIES SEEKING US TEST-TUBE BABY CURE Two families have approached a clinic about using genetic screening to select a test-tube baby who would act as a donor for a critically-ill older child. They went to the Centre for Assisted Reproduction at Park Hospital, Notts. The children have the same disease as Molly Nash, whose brother was the first US test-tube baby to be genetically selected to help his dying sister. Molly received cells from baby Adam to help fight a bone marrow disorder. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:30/20       &/*-$ 8/8 FILIPINO NURSES NEEDED TO AVOID CRISIS Fifty Filipino nurses have been called in to help a south Wales hospital trust avert a staffing crisis. The staff are taking up vacant posts at Swansea's Moriston Hospital and will be paid the same as their 'flsh co-workers The Royal College of Nursing welcomed the move but said it was a "short-term fix". It claims 2,000 nurses are needed to avert a bigger Welsh problem. It wants the Welsh Assembly to address the issue as a matter of urgency. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/00       $/*-$ 1/8 DEVICE Army bomb disposal experts have carried out a controlled explosion on a suspect device found attached to a cash machine at a Safeway supermarcet in htham, Essex. SHOWBIZ John Lennon's half-sister Julia Baird is planting an oak in Liverpool's Peace Gardens to mark what would hav— been the ex-Beatle's 60th birthdax. WASTE Six Greenpeace environmental activists have scaled a 300-ft high chimney at the country's biggest waste incinerator in Edmonton, north London, in a bid to close the plant. Home news digest and in bpief.... 141 News Index 102 Flash 150 Regional 160 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:40/00       $ /,/*%%/*-$ 4 8 LAND ROVERS TO BE ASSEMBLED IN JORDAN Land Rovers are to be assembled in ordan following a landmark —grdemant with Amman b—sdd Ole @qpomotive ra—ing The popular four-by-four Land Rover Defenders will be as3blblad at a n—w plant from kits shippdd from its Solihull factory in the Midlands. will be produced at thd new facility Operatigns are expected to start in late 2001 a Land Rover spokesman s—id. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 dather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P141 CEEFAX 2 141 Mon 09 Oct 12:31/10       B$/ L$ 8/8 ROBBERS COULD BE COVERED IN YELLOW DYE Police in Greater Manchestep, who are hunting two men following a robbery on a security van, say they may both be covered in a bright yellow dye. The masked men struck as a security guard was collecting the takings from the Buckhngham bingo hall in Middleton. The guard managed to activate a cannister containing the yellow dye as the men made off. Anyona with information can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 001. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 —ather 400 World News Indx News Xtra Main Menu