News Headlines - 13 April 2013

Special trip marks 80th anniversary of first Loch Ness monster sighting | Highland News

ONE of the world’s greatest mysteries will be celebrated tomorrow when a special boat trip marks the 80th anniversary of the first modern sighting of the Loch Ness Monster.

Narrow escape for more than 100 airline passengers as plane crashes into sea in Bali - Telegraph

The jet missed the runway altogether as it came in to land in good weather conditions at around 3.45pm local time (0745 GMT), a transport ministry official, Herry Bhakti told AFP. Local television showed a picture of a Boeing passenger jet intact with a slightly ruptured fuselage and passengers in the water.

Hitachi project on track and gathering speed (From The Northern Echo)

The first detailed plans for Hitachi's new train assembly plant and on-site rail system in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham have also been unveiled as the scale of the landmark project starts to emerge.

BBC News - Google chief urges action to regulate mini-drones

The influential head of Google, Eric Schmidt, has called for civilian drone technology to be regulated, warning about privacy and security concerns.

Nintendo pulls plug on Wii online services | TechRadar

Nintendo will shut the door on many of the Wii's online services on June 28, the company announced today. A group of online features, including the message boards, will be shut down, while the main Nintendo channel, News, Forecast and Everybody Votes channels will also be saying goodbye. The Wii Shop will remain open for the time being.








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