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WHAT HAPPENED ON 11th February 2001?

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10th February 2001

POST OFFICE IN STAKEHOLDER PENSION DEAL

Stakeholder pensions the Government- backed scheme to encourage more people to save for their old age are to be made available through Post Offices. Most of the 18 000 branches across the UK will offer the pensions which are to be managed by Standard Life Europe's biggest mutual insurer from April 6. The move is set to increase awareness about the scheme. A recent Prudential poll revealed much confusion surrounds the pensions.

11th February 2001

ELDERLY IN SCOTS HOSPITALS "POORLY FED"

One in five pensioners in Scotland's hospitals is not properly fed according to a Government report. The study obtained by the Sunday Mail shows 21% are badly undernourished & only 10% of all residents have their dietary needs checked. It claims poor nutrition is causing A Scottish Executive spokesman said there was "great concern".

11th February 2001

ETHIOPIA

Three boys were killed in Bereh in central North Shewa district when an unexploded bomb went off. The boys found the bomb lying on the ground. It exploded when they started hitting it with rocks police said. NEW ZEALANDThe government plans to improve protection against computer hacking & viruses to safeguard the country's essential infrastructure. Officials are considering setting up a special unit to monitor computer security & provide specialist advice and training to key organisations.

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10th February 2001

MISSING POTHOLERS' BODIES DISCOVERED

Two potholers have been found dead in a cave after their families raised the alarm when they failed to return home. Police spotted their car outside Irevy Fell Cavern near Masongill on the North Yorkshire-Lancashire border and a further search located the bodies. The dead men were later named as Julian Carroll 29 of Tynemouth and Ray Lea 58 of Darlington Co Durham. Their bodies have now been removed & taken to Lancaster General Hospital.

11th February 2001

ELDERLY IN SCOTS HOSPITALS "POORLY FED"

One in five pensioners in Scotland's hospitals is not properly fed according to a Government report. The study obtained by the Sunday Mail shows 21% are badly undernourished & only 10% of all residents have their dietary needs checked. It claims poor nutrition is causing A Scottish Executive spokesman said there was "great concern".

11th February 2001

What People were saying on

"It's so cheap to go to the hospital that I can finally afford to be a hypochondriac."

US humorist David Sedarist on Europe's profit-free attitude to medical care.

"I was raised knowing that no matter what fame or celebrity is supposed to mean nobody is on a higher or greater level than anybody else."

Actress Kate Hudson star of the film Almost Famous.

"So it's official. What a relief. I no longer need a boyfriend."

TV personality Mariella Frostrup on the discovery of the electronic orgasm for women.

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10th February 2001

AYE FOND GLASGOW KISS IN CITY OF LOVE?

Glasgow could become Scotland's city of love under plans to capitalise on its Valentine's links. The city council has commissioned a feasibility study into proposals for a festival of love including romantic cruises on the Clyde & a masked ball. The campaign is fronted by actor David Hayman who has played a number of Glasgow hard men in films. The remains of St Valentine are said to be buried at the Blessed St John Duns Scotus Church in the Gorbals.

11th February 2001

ELDERLY IN SCOTS HOSPITALS "POORLY FED"

One in five pensioners in Scotland's hospitals is not properly fed according to a Government report. The study obtained by the Sunday Mail shows 21% are badly undernourished & only 10% of all residents have their dietary needs checked. It claims poor nutrition is causing A Scottish Executive spokesman said there was "great concern".

11th February 2001

BRINK'S-MAT BULLION SEARCH CALLED OFF

A search for gold bullion stolen in the #26m Brink's-Mat robbery has been called off by police after a five-day dig failed to find anything. Officers from New Scotland Yard's Flying Squad had been searching the grounds of a builders' merchants in Hastings East Sussex. Police said their investigations would be continuing. Gold & jewels were stolen from security firm Brink's-Mat in 1983.

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10th February 2001

CASH BOOST FOR SCOTLAND'S RYDER CUP BID

Scotland's bid to host the 2009 Ryder Cup has won a £750 000 boost from the Scottish Executive & Bank of Scotland First Minister Henry McLeish said they were investing the cash on three top European Tour & Scottish PGA events. And he said the move was "great news for Scotland's Ryder Cup bid & great news for Scottish golf". The aim is to raise Scotland's profile and influence the Ryder Cup committee by attracting the world's best players to the events this year.

11th February 2001

ELDERLY IN SCOTS HOSPITALS "POORLY FED"

One in five pensioners in Scotland's hospitals is not properly fed according to a Government report. The study obtained by the Sunday Mail shows 21% are badly undernourished & only 10% of all residents have their dietary needs checked. It claims poor nutrition is causing A Scottish Executive spokesman said there was "great concern".

11th February 2001

TESTS FIND NO FOOT-AND-MOUTH AT FARM

Preliminary tests of the samples from the suspected foot-and-mouth case in Aberdeenshire have so far found no evidence of the virus. Further tests are now being carried out at Banks Farm near Fyvie. Conclusive results will not be available until the final 96-hour test is complete on Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile the Scottish Executive is advising the public to keep well away from livestock & livestock farms until the outbreak is over.

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