USA TodayBritish banks pass stress testing exerciseWhat InvestmentAll four UK banks have passed the European Banking Authority's European Union-wide stress testing exercise, aimed at testing their resilience.
"[Heidi] was getting mad at me if we would start crying so that she wouldn't start crying," said new sister-in-law Stephanie (left), with the rest of the bridal party. Spencer's niece, Ava, was the flower girl.
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Beautiful..."[Heidi] was getting mad at me if we would start crying so that she wouldn't start crying," said new sister-in-law Stephanie (left), with the rest of the bridal party. Spencer's niece, Ava, was the flower girl.
Fitness group in large Skegness gatheringSkegness StandardSKEGNESS welcomed 100 East Lindsey members from the Fitness League to their recent fifth annual Members Day. The Grosvenor House Hotel on North Parade played host to this annual event.
New York Daily NewsJapan tsunami victim's soccer ball found in AlaskaSan Francisco ChronicleA teenager who lost his home in Japan's devastating tsunami now knows that one prized possession survived: a soccer ball that drifted all the way to Alaska.
A UFO was caught on tape in Blue Diamond, Nevada, which has the witnesses wondering what it is. It just hangs in the air, sparkling and blinking. Investigating the sighting the following day, the object disappeared. What was it?....
Qatargas, the world's largest LNG producing company, has outlined its future direction, whilst recognising its achievements, in an address given at the 18th Annual Flame 2012 (16-20 April) Amsterdam. At the global LNG ...
Olympics organisers publish full details of the Tube and rail "hotspots" that those who live, work and travel in London are advised to avoid during the Games. (Olympics train hotspots revealed - plan ahead!