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Lighting manufacturer looks to restructure

Specialist lighting manufacturer Riegens Lighting Ltd has entered administration and will begin a restructuring process. Read full story

Games group enters administration

Embattled online games group Zattikka plc has entered administration, after failing to pay off its debts. Read full story

Khan bullish on Bradford administration

Rugby league side Bradford Bulls are not on the brink of another administration, according to owner Omar Khan. Read full story

Creditors to take over Yellow Pages owner

Creditors of Yellow Pages parent Hibu are to take control of the company as part of its restructuring plan. Read full story

Baker Tilly aim for Alpha sale

Restructuring and recovery firm Baker Tilly has been appointed to the administration of printing business Alpha Media Solutions Ltd. Read full story

PwC restructures UK Coal Operations

PricewaterhouseCoopers have completed an immediate restructuring of UK Coal Operations Limited, the UK’s largest coal mining company. Read full story

Hampshire football woes continue

Troubled Aldershot Town FC has today been placed into administration, five days after relegation from the Football League. Read full story

KPMG agrees Cobbetts pre-pack

Law firm DWF has acquired solicitor company Cobbetts as part of a pre-pack deal following the appointment of KPMG as administrators. Read full story

DWF plans to rescue Cobbetts

Law firm DWF is set to rescue the struggling solicitor company Cobbetts in a pre-pack due to be managed by KPMG. Read full story

Vodafone posts £492m loss

Telecoms provider Vodafone has reported a pre-tax loss of £492m for the six months to September as it faced “tougher” market conditions in southern Europe. Read full story

Feature: Calm before the storm

With a predicted increase in the number of insolvencies in the property and construction sectors over the coming months, Insolvency Today asks the industry what we should expect. Read full story

50 jobs to be axed at Insolvency Service

The Insolvency Service is set to make 50 jobs cuts during the current financial year, as the government agency struggles to tackle its deficit. Read full story

Lower failure rates hide “insolvency armageddon”

A fall revealed in the number of corporate insolvencies is covering up a struggling economy failing to kick away from recession. Read full story

drydensfairfax appoints new ceo

Law firm drydensfairfax has promoted Sue Nickson to chief executive one month after she joined the firm as director of legal. Read full story

Debt ridden Travelodge looks to controversial CVA deal

Creditors of the debt ridden hotel chain Travelodge have expressed concerns over the way a rescue, which is still to be agreed, has come together. Read full story

Lloyds offloads private equity portfolio

Lloyds Banking Group has sold a £1 billion private equity investment portfolio to Coller Capital, the company has confirmed. Read full story

Portsmouth sale moves closer as senior players leave

Devastated former FA Cup winners Portsmouth look likely to be sold after administrators struck a deal to off load all senior players. Read full story

18.7% year-on-year fall in compulsory liquidations

Businesses forced into compulsory liquidations fell by 18.7% in the second quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year. Read full story

Peterborough NHS Trust hits back at speculation

Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals (PASH) NHS Foundation Trust has hit back at comparisons made of its financial position with that of South London Healthcare NHS Trust. Read full story

Petroplus' Coryton to become import terminal

PricewaterhouseCoopers has found a buyer for the Coryton Refinery in Essex – previously owned by Petroplus Refining and Marketing – which entered administration earlier this year. Read full story