News archive from 2 September 2014, page 15

Nursery plans for Doncaster industrial estate

Nursery plans for Doncaster industrial estate

Plans have been drawn up to open a children's nursery on a Doncaster industrial estate. The proposal submitted to Doncaster Council would see a unit at Crompton Business Park, Crompton Road, Wheatley, converted into a nursery for a maximum of 60...

 
Meeting to decide on sex-trade crackdown plans

Meeting to decide on sex-trade crackdown plans

Residents and police decide tomorrow (Wed September 3 2014) what they want to make the priorities for police in Intake and Wheatley. The Partners and Communities Together meeting at the Ardeen Centre, Ardeen Road, Intake will decide whether to...

 

Dolls help Derby woman cope after five members of her family died in car crash

BEULAH Suket said she was unable to cope with life after losing her dad, three sisters and her brother in a crash on the M1. The 49-year-old, from Alvaston, survived the accident and was in a coma for six weeks when she was 12 years old. When she was...

 
New stove showroom fuels business growth

New stove showroom fuels business growth

Business is warming up nicely for a family-run stove company. Hancock Stoves and Flues has operated in some form from Coopies Lane Industrial Estate in Morpeth for the past 14 years. Four years ago, the Hancock family expanded from their core flue...

 

Islamic finance seeks to go green with environment-based products

Islamic finance follows religious principles which forbid involvement in activities such as gambling, tobacco and alcohol, but the industry has only recently begun to stress themes of wider social responsibility, such as protecting the environment....

Reuters, 07:09 in Business
 

Ignore scare-mongering: independent Scotland will attract top researchers

Scotland's academic researchers will continue to thrive under independence. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian The Guardian has reported that Scotland’s universities were bracing themselves for a brain drain in the event of a Yes vote in the...

Guardian, 07:12 in Learning
 
Is it time to restructure our universities?

Is it time to restructure our universities?

University of Michigan students in Ann Arbor. The university has several campuses spread across the state. Photograph: soloway / Alamy/Alamy The pattern of higher education institutions has remained remarkably stable for half a century. The post-1992...

Guardian, 07:12 in Learning
 
Dismay at BAE executive job cull

Dismay at BAE executive job cull

Proposals which could see up to 450 jobs lost at one of Lancashire's largest employers have been met with dismay by union chiefs. As reported by the Evening Post last week, jobs among executive staff at BAE Systems, including its operation at Warton...

 
COURT RESULTS: Our latest register of cases at Boston Magistrates’ Court

COURT RESULTS: Our latest register of cases at Boston Magistrates’ Court

Here's our latest register of cases to come to Boston Magistrates' Court... Motoring Olga Furasova, 27, of Freiston Terrace, Haven Village. At Boston failed to comply with a notice requiring her to deliver up a vehicle licence within seven days of the...

 
Wedgwood Collection: The Sentinel launches social media campaign to save priceless pottery

Wedgwood Collection: The Sentinel launches social media campaign to save priceless pottery

THE Sentinel is today launching a social media campaign to save a valuable collection of Wedgwood pottery. With £2.74 million in public donations needed to halt the sale of the 18th century collection, the battle to save a vital part of Potteries...

 
TRAVEL: Rail and road updates for Lincolnshire

TRAVEL: Rail and road updates for Lincolnshire

Road networks across the county all look to be clear. There have been no reported incidents or crashes on Lincolnshire's roads so far today, and rail networks also appear to be running smoothly. However some roadworks may cause delays to motorists,...

 
Capture of Scunthorpe arsonist to feature on Caught Red Handed on BBC1 today

Capture of Scunthorpe arsonist to feature on Caught Red Handed on BBC1 today

THE capture of a Scunthorpe arsonist will feature on national TV today. BBC1's Caught Red Handed will focus on a network of CCTV cameras at Market Hill in Scunthorpe. North Lincolnshire Homes staff Claire Coyle, Tenancy Enforcement Manager, and Mari...

 
£25,000 to clear up Erewash dog mess

£25,000 to clear up Erewash dog mess

A sum of £25,000 is to be spent clearing dog mess from the streets of Erewash. Dog fouling has become a “high priority” for the borough council, with more than 500 incidents reported annually. Now it is to spend thousands to ensure the mess gets...

 
How London tackles link between alcohol and crime

How London tackles link between alcohol and crime

I have questions. Is there a link between violent crime and alcohol? Is there a link between health and alcohol? Is anyone bothered? On July 27th there was a licencing hearing where I tried to stop a shop in a residential street selling alcohol from...

 
How London tackles link between alcohol and crime

How London tackles link between alcohol and crime

I have questions. Is there a link between violent crime and alcohol? Is there a link between health and alcohol? Is anyone bothered? On July 27th there was a licencing hearing where I tried to stop a shop in a residential street selling alcohol from...

 


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