News archive from 2 November 2016, page 15

Police name young woman (21) killed in crash at Gedney

Police have named the young woman who tragically died in a crash at Gedney on Monday morning as 21-year-old Alexandra Hills. In a statement just released, her family said: “Our daughter was tragically taken from us too soon. “She was one in a million....

 

Cost of living - fuel prices continue to rise

The cost of fuel continued to rise last week, albeit at a slightly less sharp rate than previously.Unleaded petrol is now at 116.0 pence per litre. This is 0.8 pence per litre more than the previous week. Office of National Statistics figures show...

 

Boy’s first birthday balloon released from coast ends up in Germany

A balloon released by a proud dad in honour of his son’s first birthday has made almost 700 miles to Germany after being released on the coast. Ryan Carr let the helium balloon go from Whitburn on Saturday afternoon to mark his little boy Joshua...

 

South Tyneside Tories hit out at Government’s proposed boundary changes

Conservatives in South Tyneside are hitting out over the Government’s proposed boundary changes. The Boundary Commission is proposing that the Cleadon & East Boldon and Boldon Colliery wards in Jarrow should be moved to the South Shields...

 

Sky's the limit for new craft ale made using water harvested from clouds

A craft brewer has created an innovative ale using water harvested from clouds. Innis & Gunn uses a specially-created airborne device fitted with a turbine and condenser that sucks the moisture directly from clouds. A four-person team flew the...

 

Stoke City: Bruno Martins-Indi under orders to stay put next to Ryan Shawcross

Bruno Martins-Indi says he has been under orders to hold his fire as he helped Stoke City tighten up at the back. The Potters have gone from conceding 14 goals in their first give league games to letting in just three, and going unbeaten, in their...

 

Andy Smith says Port Vale are close to winning formula

Port Vale coach Andy Smith says his team aren't far away from correcting their slump in form as they prepare for Saturday's FA Cup first-round tie at home to Stevenage. Vale's 3-1 defeat at Bolton on Saturday left them with just one win in seven games...

 
84-year-old needed ring cut off finger by 'lovely' Swadlincote firefighter

84-year-old needed ring cut off finger by 'lovely' Swadlincote firefighter

Fire crews have come to the rescue of a pensioner who got a ring stuck on her finger. 84-year-old Win Ward was delighted to be the centre of attention thanks to the help of four Swadlincote firefighters. Mrs Ward, a resident of Cedar Court Nursing...

 
Teenage care worker caught going through elderly woman's purse

Teenage care worker caught going through elderly woman's purse

A teenage care worker 'lost her career and good character' after being caught rifling through a 92-year-old woman's purse. Katie Rowlands was captured on a hidden camera set up by the victim's son. The 19-year-old was captured opening her patient's...

 
Stephen Kingsley will play a starring role for Scotland if called upon at Wembley says Alex Smith

Stephen Kingsley will play a starring role for Scotland if called upon at Wembley says Alex Smith

ALEX SMITH watched Stephen Kingsley hold his own against World Cup winner Mesut Ozil and the rest of Arsenal’s superstars in a famous Swansea win at the Emirates. And that’s why he is convinced the full-back won’t be fazed in the slightest if Gordon...

 
Referee Bobby Madden keeping very well after his cancer battle

Referee Bobby Madden "keeping very well" after his cancer battle

EAST KILBRIDE referee Bobby Madden says he is “keeping very well” following a battle with thyroid cancer. The 38-year-old, from East Mains, has been out of action since August 27, when he took charge of Celtic’s 4-1 win over Aberdeen. But he returned...

 
World Cup crunch at Wembley could be finished in the tunnel when England laugh at ridiculous pink Scotland kits - David McCarthy

World Cup crunch at Wembley could be finished in the tunnel when England laugh at ridiculous pink Scotland...

SOMEBODY at Adidas was having a laugh when he designed the current Scotland home and away strips. The blue number with the white sleeves is bland, insipid and uninspiring. It doesn’t even look like a Scotland strip. The pink one? It’s an...

 
Hearts defender John Souttar can all the way to Scotland's first team insists U21 boss Scot Gemmill

Hearts defender John Souttar can all the way to Scotland's first team insists U21 boss Scot Gemmill

SCOT GEMMILL reckons Hearts star John Souttar is good enough to go all the way and win full international honours with Scotland. The Scotland Under 21 coach recalled the 20 year-old Jambos defender into his squad for the friendly away to Slovakia on...

 
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers: We were the better team and should have won against Monchengladbach

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers: We were the better team and should have won against Monchengladbach

BRENDAN RODGERS was a mix of joy and frustration after Celtic came agonisingly close to a rare away win in the Champions League. The boss last night saluted his heroes for a terrific display which earned them a fightback draw with Borussia...

 
We’ll wear pink but we’ve got to be able to stick a poppy on it: SFA’s showdown meeting with FIFA chiefs

We’ll wear pink but we’ve got to be able to stick a poppy on it: SFA’s showdown meeting with FIFA chiefs

SFA bosses will not fight against the decision to force Scotland to wear pink shirts at Wembley next week but are set to plead with the authorities for permission to stick a poppy on them. Record Sport Online told on Monday how UEFA were set to demand...

 


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