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6:04 pm (an hour ago)
Pressure increases on Russia over civilian deaths in air strikes in Syria, with France and the United States urging greater caution.
2:38 pm (5 hours ago)
Somalia's main Islamist militant group al-Shabab says it carried out a bomb attack on a passenger plane that blew a huge hole in its fuselage.
6:34 pm (40 minutes ago)
Wales produce a late surge to earn their first win of the 2016 Six Nations against battling Scotland in Cardiff
11:52 am (7 hours ago)
Protesters gather at a Brisbane hospital in support of doctors refusing to discharge an asylum seeker baby facing deportation to an offshore immigration camp.
5:21 am (14 hours ago)
Britain must keep its Trident nuclear weapons system if it wants to play a significant role in the world, the US defence secretary tells the BBC.
1:27 pm (6 hours ago)
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says "we have slid into a new cold war", with Nato and some countries describing Moscow as "the worst threat".
3:45 pm (3 hours ago)
More than 200,000 Brazilian soldiers are sent across the country to warn people of the risks of the Zika virus.
3:32 pm (4 hours ago)
The decision to cease print editions of the Independent would have been a shock to readers, its editor writes in a letter in the paper.
5:36 pm (an hour ago)
The US has a "profound interest" in a strong UK staying in a strong European Union, says US Secretary of State John Kerry.
3:05 pm (4 hours ago)
A UK ticket holder claims Friday's £24m EuroMillions jackpot, National Lottery operator Camelot said.
4:06 pm (3 hours ago)
A medieval ship has been raised from a riverbed in the Netherlands where it has rested untouched for 500 years.
Yesterday, 2:17 pm
Daniel Kish, who is completely blind, demonstrates how he uses a form of echolocation to describe what's inside a park he's never been to before.
9:52 am (9 hours ago)
US President Barack Obama appears on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and is surprised by a Valentine poem from his wife Michelle
12:39 am (19 hours ago)
The BBC's Scotland editor Sarah Smith is granted rare access onboard one of Britain's Trident nuclear submarines.
Yesterday 10:48 pm (20 hours ago)
The Zika virus has moved north to Colombia where it is being linked by some doctors to cases of paralysis.
1:04 am (18 hours ago)
Video has emerged showing the dramatic rescue of a woman and her child after her car went into a canal in Amsterdam.
1:46 am (17 hours ago)
A new book tracks down the visual history of surfing from its first recording in 1778, to today's global phenomenon.
9:03 am (10 hours ago)
Many younger families in the UK are being priced out of the property market.
12:02 am (19 hours ago)
The pain and sadness of a Columbine killer's mother
1:40 am (18 hours ago)
After years of haggling, ministers have decided to impose a new contract on junior doctors. But how close did they come to reaching an agreement?
2:38 am (17 hours ago)
After six months of Russian air strikes on pro-US rebels, the scales have tipped dramatically in favour of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, says Middle East analyst Fawaz A Gerges.
Yesterday, 5:19 pm
The Russian Orthodox Church leader is in Cuba for an historic meeting with Pope Francis. BBC Monitoring profiles Patriarch Kirill.
1:38 pm (6 hours ago)
Afghanistan's president takes to Twitter to correct India's leader - who had wished him happy birthday on the wrong day.
4:10 pm (3 hours ago)
A crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to bid for a private New Zealand beach for public use hits its target - bidders now face a wait to see if they are successful.
4:53 pm (2 hours ago)
Leigh Griffiths reaches 30 goals for the season as Celtic beat Ross County to move three points clear at the top of the Premiership.
3:39 pm (4 hours ago)
Paralympic cycling hopeful David Smith needs more surgery on a spinal tumour, ending his chances of competing in Rio.
4:25 pm (3 hours ago)
Maxime Medard's late try snatches victory for France over Ireland in an attritional Six Nations contest in Paris.
6:57 pm (17 minutes ago)
Hull FC secure a second convincing Super League victory in a row, scoring seven tries in a stunning win at Catalans Dragons.
Yesterday 8:21 pm (23 hours ago)
Oil prices surged as much as 12% on Friday after fresh suggestions that Opec nations were set to cut oil production.
Yesterday, 5:46 pm
The founder of Superdry, Julian Dunkerton, sells just under £50m worth of shares to fund his divorce.
Yesterday, 5:53 pm
Nottinghamshire Police is looking at evidence relating to accusations of overspending by the Conservative Party during the 2014 Newark by-election.
Yesterday, 3:51 pm
Britain's spies are not breaking the law when they secretly hack into computers and smart phones, a tribunal rules.
12:07 am (19 hours ago)
Cambridge scientists have detected a number of drugs which could help protect against Alzheimer's disease, acting like statins for the brain.
3:08 pm (4 hours ago)
The dispute over the imposition of a new contract for junior doctors "could become a war" between NHS staff, employers and the government, a union warns.
12:38 am (19 hours ago)
Teacher shortages mean support staff are having to pick up work normally done by qualified teachers, suggests research by a union.
12:10 am (19 hours ago)
Holyrood's devolution committee calls on the UK government to reintroduce post-study work visas which were cancelled in 2012.
Yesterday, 2:23 pm
Computer code written by women has a higher approval rating than that written by men - but only if it is not obvious that the coders are female, new research suggests.
Yesterday, 5:00 pm
Paedophiles are using secret groups on Facebook to post and swap obscene images of children, a BBC investigation finds.
6:23 pm (51 minutes ago)
Scientists categorise the Earth's rarest minerals with some so rare that the total global supply could fit in a thimble.
2:03 am (17 hours ago)
US scientists have modelled how a 1930s-like "dustbowl" drought might impact American agriculture today, and found it to be just as damaging.
Yesterday, 5:30 pm
The band's A Head Full Of Dreams tops the album chart for the first time after their performance at the Super Bowl.
1:54 am (17 hours ago)
BBC Three and BBC Radio One could be merged under the same division in future, according to reports.
Thursday, 1:57 am
The price of getting a pet treated at the vet is rising. Why?
Yesterday, 1:18 am
Spain is starting to change street names that honour Gen Francisco Franco, the dictator who ran the country from the 1930s to 1975, and his henchmen.
2:20 am (17 hours ago)
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
Thursday, 1:07 am
Inside the Padmini taxis of Mumbai
Yesterday, 12:21 am
Which nations have harnessed nature's resources for social, economic and environmental prosperity, and is it really sustainable?
Yesterday, 2:18 pm
The blind boy who learned to find his way around using echoes
1:12 am (18 hours ago)
Seven graphs that show how the search for love has changed
12:32 am (19 hours ago)
The pop star's journey to 'Black Lives Matter,' in 60 seconds
1:14 am (18 hours ago)
The story told by rare photos of the 1916 Easter Rising
1:20 am (18 hours ago)
Colombia's experience of the Zika virus
1:46 am (17 hours ago)
Why tourists have stopped visiting a beautiful Italian island
12:49 am (18 hours ago)
Why was St Valentine's finger sent to Coventry?
Yesterday, 5:24 pm
Horses can tell when you're angry, and more news nuggets
2:43 am (17 hours ago)
The 78-year-old celebrity model who left thousands teary-eyed

Appointments

August 2015

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited makes new appointment

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (“NMJ”) is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Jacques to the position of Commercial Account Executive at its Scunthorpe office. Read More

July 2014

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited - New appointment

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (“NMJ”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Keast to the position of Commercial Account Handler at their Scunthorpe office. Nick brings a wealth of experience to NMJ having worked as insurance broker in Scunthorpe for over 34 years. Nick, who lives in the Scunthorpe area, is married and has two children. Read More

August 2012

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited - New appointment

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (NMJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Hazel McInnes to the position of Commercial Account Handler at their Glossop office. Until recently she was a Corporate Broker at Doodson Broking Group at Hazel Grove, Stockport. Prior to that Hazel had a broking role at Riskworks International in Wilmslow and underwriting roles with NIG and Aviva in Manchester. Read More

August 2010

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited – New appointment

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (“NMJ”) is delighted to announce that it has appointed Elisabeth (Libby) Murfin as Senior Insurance Advisor. Libby has many years of experience in the insurance industry having previously worked for NFU Mutual at their branches in Ashbourne and Matlock and will be based at NMJ’s Belper office where she joins the existing, very experienced team.Read More

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited – New appointment

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (“NMJ”) is delighted to announce that it has appointed Graham Elliott as Commercial Account Executive. Graham has many years of experience in the insurance industry having previously worked for Royal & Sun Alliance and NFU Mutual. He is ACII qualified and a Chartered Insurer. Graham will be based at NMJ’s Glossop office but will also have responsibility for supporting the team at the company’s branch in Belper and looking after some commercial clients at that office. Read More