News archive from 2 July 2014

Mental illness treatment needs massive investment. The case is overwhelming

Mental illness treatment needs massive investment. The case is overwhelming

'Nearly 40% of all illness in this country is mental illness, but most of it is untreated.' What is the greatest source of misery in our society – poverty, unemployment or mental illness? As surveys show, the answer is mental illness. Yet under a...

Guardian, 15:22 in Health
 

Challenge Cup gets new sponsor

Petrofac Training Services have reached an agreement with the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) to become the new title sponsor. The Petrofac Training Cup, as it is to be known, will replace The Ramsden Cup. Loading article content Clubs in...

The Herald, 16:12 in Sport
 
Driver taken to hospital following crash with central reservation on Laceby Road

Driver taken to hospital following crash with central reservation on Laceby Road

A driver is receiving treatment at hospital following a road collision with a central reservation on Laceby Road, taking out two illuminated bollards and a lamppost in the process. Police received a call at 1455 after the driver of a red Nissan...

 
Robbery in Daventry

Robbery in Daventry

A robbery took place at the Cheque Centre, Foundry Walk, Daventry on Monday morning. A 48-year-old woman was confronted by a man as she arrived at work at about 8.20am. The man threatened her with violence and demanded money from inside the shop. The...

 
Site offers young people abuse advice

Site offers young people abuse advice

A brand new website partly designed by Kenilworth pupils, has been launched to promote respect in relationships. Funded by the county council and police and crime commissioner’s office, the Respect Yourself site offers advice and resources as well as...

 
Harry Potter's Leavesden Warner Bros studios expanding its site

Harry Potter's Leavesden Warner Bros studios expanding its site

The Hertfordshire film studios where the Harry Potter films were made is expanding its site. Warner Bros has started building three new sound stages at the site at Leavesden, near Watford. The studios are currently home to the new Tarzan film,...

BBC, 15:34 in Art & Culture
 

Tranmere release Evan Horwood

Evan Horwood has cancelled the remaining 12 months of his contract with Tranmere, leaving him free to negotiate a move to another club in time for the start of the new season. The 28-year-old defender joined  Rovers last summer on a two-year deal,...

 
Louth vicars to take part in Community Larder trolley dash

Louth vicars to take part in Community Larder trolley dash

The Parish of Louth are conducting a "trolley dash' around the town tomorrow morning (Wednesday July 2) to collect goods and money for the Community Larder. Two vicars will be setting off at around 10.30am from Morrisons and Co-op respectively,...

 
Two men hospitalised following crash on Merevale Lane

Two men hospitalised following crash on Merevale Lane

A young man sustained serious head injuries when the car he was travelling in flipped over in North Warwickshire today (Tuesday). Traffic on Merevale Lane, between Atherstone and Baxterley, was bought to a temporary standstill this afternoon (July 1)...

 
Prince George portrait will mark the royal birthday

Prince George portrait will mark the royal birthday

2 Images AN artist from Newhall is hoping for the royal seal of approval, when he sends a picture of Prince George to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Tom Brealey has drawn the young prince ahead of his first birthday later this month, and plans to...

 
Female shop worker forced to hand over money before being tied to a chair during town centre raid

Female shop worker forced to hand over money before being tied to a chair during town centre raid

A shop worker was robbed and tied to a chair during a raid on a Northamptonshire town centre shop. The attack happened at the Cheque Centre, Foundry Walk, Daventry, early yesterday morning. A police spokesman said: “A 48-year-old woman was confronted...

 

Alstom to seek shareholder approval for GE deal in Q4

The deal, which sparked a two-month tug-of-war with the French government, is expected to close in the first half of 2015. (Reporting by Natalie Huet; Editing by James Regan)

Reuters, 15:17 in Business
 
Inner Wheel Club of Spalding handover party

Inner Wheel Club of Spalding handover party

Inner Wheel Club of Spalding outgoing president Susanna Elliott (right) handed over to Dorothy Duckworth at a handover party at Welland Yacht Club in Spalding. Annie Bagworth stepped into the vice-president’s shoes while Pam Clay took over as...

 
Trish Ruddle: Tombola was a great success

Trish Ruddle: Tombola was a great success

The first tombola raising funds on behalf of "For Rutland-In Rutland' at the new venue for the Rutland County Show was a magnificent success. Over 1,800 bottles were received and over £5,000 was taken on the day. All the fund raising committee...

 
SO Festival set to transform Spilsby

SO Festival set to transform Spilsby

Snowy tundras, luminous fairies, fire-spouting musical instruments and a wise and ancient treasure will be coming to Spilsby as part of SO Festival 2014. Tonight (Tuesday), Ross Ashton will transform the facade of the old Town Hall into a fantastic...

 


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