News archive from 5 February 2017

Tourism campaign pulls in visitors

A tourism campaign to promote the county led to hundreds of people visiting the area, new data has revealed. Northumberland Tourism’s spring/summer marketing campaign for 2016 was It’s In Our Nature, which advertised the county’s independent spirit...

 

St Johnstone 2-5 Celtic: Moussa Dembele comes off bench to score second-half hat-trick as Hoops extend...

Substitute Moussa Dembele scored a sensational second-half hat-trick as Celtic extended their unbeaten domestic run to 29 games with a 5-2 win at St Johnstone. Midfielder Liam Henderson curled in the opener for the runaway Ladbrokes Premiership...

Daily Mail, 16:06 in Sport
 

Ross Barkley celebrates goal BEFORE putting ball into the net in Everton's demolition of Bournemouth

Netting your side's sixth goal is always cause for celebration, but Ross Barkley took it a step further on Saturday... raising his arms before he had even taken the shot. The Everton man was the talk of social media as news spread of his confident...

Daily Mail, 16:06 in Sport
 
Drug addict caught in Derby moments away from injecting himself in BROAD DAYLIGHT

Drug addict caught in Derby moments away from injecting himself in BROAD DAYLIGHT

A drug addict who was moments away from injecting himself with heroin and cocaine in a Derby street before being caught has escaped serious punishment. Two syringes each containing a mixture of the class-A drugs were seized when Helmut Kraucs and...

 

Police and forensics officers spotted outside Friar Gate Court flats in Derby

Mystery surrounds the reason why police descended on a block of Derby flats on Sunday. Residents say police and forensics officers appeared outside the Friar Gate Court flats this morning and remained there until just before 3.30pm. Tracey Jackson,...

 

Watch: Birmingham City match winner Lukas Jutkiewicz on Keita, Sinclair and victory

Birmingham City match winner Lukas Jutkiewicz says the team are right behind Gianfranco Zola after finally earning the Italian his first Blues win against Fulham. The striker slid in to net the only goal from debutant Cheick Keita’s cross and end a...

 

Yob kicked off car wing mirror after being called an ‘inbred’

A yob ripped a wing mirror from a car after he and his friends were called ‘inbreds’. Lee Snowball was with a group in Lord Nelson Street, South Shields, when residents became annoyed at their behaviour, South Northumbria Magistrates’ Court heard....

 

Leeds United fans outraged as Turkish flag is flown at Huddersfield stadium

Leeds United fans were left outraged today after a Turkish flag was unfurled in the stands during their clash with West Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town. Police said a male had been ejected from the John Smith’s Stadium and had his flag seized as a...

 
Australian firm's plans for new trampoline park in the city rebound

Australian firm's plans for new trampoline park in the city rebound

An Australian trampoline park operator has had an application to open a 21,500 sq ft site in Nottingham refused. Flip Out currently has nine sites around the country and is looking to open eight more, according to its website, but its plans in...

 
Warning over 'water board' fraudsters after incidents that callers gained entry in people's homes

Warning over 'water board' fraudsters after incidents that callers gained entry in people's homes

Severn Trent is warning its customers to be extra vigilant after receiving reports from around Derbyshire that callers from the 'Water Board' have gained entry to people's homes. This follows reports of burglaries in Ripley and Ilkeston, when...

 

Reidun’s helping hand also gives school a funding boost

As well as doing a range of activities to help pupils, a parent who has children at a school in Morpeth is giving it some useful funds, thanks to her employer. Reidun McGill has been volunteering at Stobhillgate First School, one day a week, for more...

 

Last orders as Alnwick pub closes for business

An Alnwick pub has closed its doors. The Oddfellows Arms, on Narrowgate, has called time on trading and is currently up for sale. A statement on the pub's Facebook page, which was posted just a few hours ago, said: 'Would just like to say thank you to...

 
Brad Pickett backs Amanda Nunes to take on the responsibility passed to her by UFC star Ronda Rousey

Brad Pickett backs Amanda Nunes to take on the responsibility passed to her by UFC star Ronda Rousey

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Brad Pickett has backed Amanda Nunes to take on the responsibility passed to her when she knocked out former UFC queen Ronda Rousey. The...

Metro, 16:12 in Sport
 
Ciarán Maxwell: Vetting changes 'will follow Royal Marine case'

Ciarán Maxwell: Vetting changes 'will follow Royal Marine case'

A retired general has said he has no doubt that Army vetting procedures will be tightened following the case of Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell. On Friday, Maxwell pleaded guilty to offences related to dissident republicanism, including bomb-making and...

BBC, 16:13 in Regional
 
Huddersfield war photographer tweets horrific account of mortar attack in Ukraine

Huddersfield war photographer tweets horrific account of mortar attack in Ukraine

A Huddersfield photographer covering the war in Ukraine says he is lucky to be alive after coming under mortar fire on Thursday evening. Christopher Nunn was in a house with friends during fighting between government troops and Russia-backed rebels in...

 


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