News archive from 2 April 2015, page 16

Harry Kane battling Giroud, Fellaini, Henderson and Agbonlahor for monthly league award

Harry Kane battling Giroud, Fellaini, Henderson and Agbonlahor for monthly league award

The Spurs ace bagged the gong in January and February and is looking good to retain his trophy after another impressive month. Kane bagged five goals in four games for Tottenham, and also made a goalscoring debut for England against Lithuania. Arsenal...

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34 jobs go as Grimsby printing firm 'Albert Gait' to close

GRIMSBY'S Castle Press will complete its last printing job within a month, as 155 years of continuous work comes to an end. A total of 34 jobs will be lost at Wyndeham Gait, after a consultation period reached a closure agreement this week. Formerly...

 
Warning! Police urge sensible drinking over Easter bank holiday weekend

Warning! Police urge sensible drinking over Easter bank holiday weekend

Drink sensibly this Easter weekend! That's the warning from Humberside Police who have said additional police resources will be on duty over the bank holiday weekend including extra police officers with relevant, specialist training in supporting...

 

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger refuses to rule out bid for Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling

The versatile midfielder yesterday confirmed in an interview with the BBC that he has indeed rejected a contract offer from the Anfield club. It is believed that Sterling was offered a five-year deal with wages worth £100,000-per-week, fuelling...

 
Lincolnshire election briefing: Ed Balls visits Lincoln, Nigel Farage courts controversy in Boston

Lincolnshire election briefing: Ed Balls visits Lincoln, Nigel Farage courts controversy in Boston

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls is visiting Lincoln today to talk about what Labour pledges for business. He is visiting engineering firm Bifrangi this afternoon where he is expected to speak about the importance of staying in the European Union, and...

 
Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre announces summer programme

Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre announces summer programme

A whole day devoted to local archaeological projects has been included in the Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre's summer programme - launched today. The extensive schedule of family events, which runs from April to August, also includes music festivals,...

 
Nottingham Jobs Hub smashes targets to get more residents into work and training

Nottingham Jobs Hub smashes targets to get more residents into work and training

Over 2,000 people have got a new job after the Nottingham Jobs Hub service topped its targets. The partnership between Nottingham City Council and Jobs Centre Plus has put 2,072 people into work - beating its target by an extra 4%. It also helped...

 

Nottingham property: Buyers spend over £1.5m at local auction

Competitive bidding at Graham Penny auctions latest sale saw bidders spend over £1.5m on property. Some 35 lots went under the hammer. Vejay Pal, senior valuer at Graham Penny Auctions, said: "Our first lot of the auction, a three-bed semi in...

 

Cost of weekly shop falls by 7% in a year as UK inches towards deflation - but prices of baked beans, pasta...

The cost of a weekly grocery shop dived by 7 per cent in 12 months, new findings reveal, as falling food costs push the UK towards deflation. In March last year, the cost of a basket of 35 items cost £93.95. This month, the same basket of goods costs...

 
Cynthia Lennon: Tributes to John's first wife

Cynthia Lennon: Tributes to John's first wife

Tributes have been paid to the first wife of late music legend John Lennon. Cynthia Lennon passed away at her home in Spain yesterday at the age of 75 following a short battle with cancer. Born Cynthia Powell in Blackpool, the mother-of-one spent...

 

Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo flashes her BARE bottom at Tommy Hilfiger event

The 25-year-old beauty attended the Tommy Hilfiger store opening in Paris but was caught out by a gust of wind. Despite posing a sheltered blue carpet, the adverse weather still managed to catch the star off-guard and she flashed her bottom. Her red...

 

Antarctic temperatures reach all time high: Earth's coldest continent experiences two-day heatwave hitting...

Antarctica has experienced its highest temperature on record, according to meteorologists. Sensors at Argentina's Esperanza Base on the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula recorded a temperature of 17.5°C (63.5°F). According to meteorologists this...

 

Seen a ghost? Then you may have inhaled toxic mould: Poor air quality in old buildings may lead to haunting...

If you think you have seen a ghost, you may have been suffering the effects of exposure to mould, according to a group of scientists. Researchers claim that older buildings where hauntings are usually reported, often have poor air quality from...

 
Wrexham and Flintshire villages left without water after mains burst

Wrexham and Flintshire villages left without water after mains burst

Rural villages in Wrexham and Flintshire were left with little or no water last night after a mains burst. Residents began reporting problems with their supplies in areas such as Rossett, Holt and Kinnerton after 10pm. Dee Valley Water has confirmed...

 
Boy and grandma in hospital after dog attack

Boy and grandma in hospital after dog attack

A three-year-old boy has been left with a broken leg and puncture wounds to his face and body after a dog attack. The boy was with his grandmother, who also sustained numerous injuries, when they were attacked by a dog at a family farm in the Stone...

 


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