News Headlines - 04 July 2011

▽Milly Dowler's phone was 'hacked by News of The World' - Telegraph.co.uk
The parents of the murdered teenager Milly Dowler spoke of their anguish today after learning that private investigators working for a tabloid newspaper allegedly hacked into their daughter’s mobile phone.

▽Lindsay Hawker murder trial opens in Japan - BBC
A Japanese man has admitted raping and killing the British foreign language teacher, Lindsay Hawker, four years ago.

▽Canada tour: William and Catherine visit Charlottetown - BBC
On their fifth day in Canada, Prince William and Catherine visited Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island and home to 32,000 residents and thousands of summer tourists.

▽Bombardier to announce 'substantial' job losses - The Guardian
Bombardier, the Canadian engineering group, will announce major job losses at its Derby train factory on Tuesday, amid fears that 1,500 workers are at risk after the business lost a £3bn government contract to a European rival.

▽Hitachi will bid for second train contract - The Northern Echo
The company will bid to design and maintain the fleet that will run on the planned £34bn high-speed line (HS2) between London and Birmingham and, eventually, the North.
The trains would be built at the factory to open next year in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, creating 500 jobs, plus thousands more in manufacturing and service supply chains.







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