News Headlines - 30 April 2012

▽Heathrow told to stop apologising for queues - AFP
Heathrow airport has been told by the UK Border Force to stop handing out leaflets to passengers apologising for the "very long delays" at immigration three months before the London Olympics, an email obtained by the Daily Telegraph revealed Monday.

▽GLOBAL MARKETS: European Markets Muted As Spain Woes Resurface - Wall Street Journal
Widespread credit-rating downgrades for the Spanish banking sector and a contraction of the Spanish economy in the first quarter provoked a muted reaction in Europe Monday, with Spanish government bond yields holding their ground while equity markets fell only a tad and the euro traded in a tight range against the dollar.

▽Google staff 'knew of wi-fi snooping', report says - BBC
The Google engineer who wrote a program that collected personal data from wi-fi networks told at least two other colleagues, a report has revealed.

▽Robbie Williams will sing for the Queen at Diamond Jubilee concert - stv.tv
Gary Barlow is pulling out all the stops for the music spectacular he is organising for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on June 4, and the latest star he has added to the glittering line-up is fellow Take That singer Robbie Williams.

▽Wind farms can increase night time temperatures, research reveals - The Guardian
Large windfarms can increase local night time temperatures by fanning warmer air onto the ground, new research has revealed. The study used satellite data to show that the building of huge wind farms in west Texas over the last decade has warmed the nights by up to 0.72C.







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