News archive from 5 April 2015

How Liverpool's rail system could look - if it was run like the London Underground

A technician has spent three years designing her vision for Liverpool’s rail system based on the London Underground model. Kayla Bibby, from Eastham, has redesigned Liverpool’s current rail network and has created her own extra services, including a...

 

Pictures: Violence flares ahead of the Grimsby Town v Gateshead match at Blundell Park

Fighting broke out among rival sets of supporters at the match between Grimsby Town and Gateshead. Humberside Police broke up the fight, described by a spokesman as "a skirmish" as the football supporters clashed on Blundell Avenue, near to...

 
Ed Balls has 'slapped Midlands in the face' over HS2 - Cameron

Ed Balls has 'slapped Midlands in the face' over HS2 - Cameron

David Cameron has accused Labour of "an immense slap in the face to the West Midlands" after Ed Balls cast doubt on plans to complete the planned high-speed rail line. Speaking to the Post , Shadow Chancellor Mr Balls said he wanted to build...

 

WATCH: £25 million Rhyl super school begins to take shape

A £25 million super school is taking shape creating jobs and boosting the local economy. The structure for the Rhyl New School is in place, with work said to be well on schedule. The majority of materials and labour for the project has been sourced in...

 
Winchester earns deserved point

Winchester earns deserved point

ATHLETIC 1 BRISTOL CITY 1 CARL Winchester's long-range shot helped Athletic to a deserved share of the spoils against the League One champions elect. After Steve Cotterill's side took the lead in the 71st minute through a superbly-crafted Aaron...

 
Tribute to inspirational Scunthorpe teacher John Preston

Tribute to inspirational Scunthorpe teacher John Preston

TRIBUTES have been paid to an inspirational teacher who passed away after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. John Preston died peacefully at home on March 20 at the age of 61. John spent most of his working life teaching English, becoming head of...

 
Vow to keep Tamworth Breastfeeding Service going for mums

Vow to keep Tamworth Breastfeeding Service going for mums

THE former co-ordinator of Tamworth Breastfeeding Service has vowed to fight to keep the service going for the town's mums. Ellie Fielding, who was employed by Homestart Tamworth as the co-ordinator of the mum-to-mum network for more than ten years,...

 
Have you seen Pedro the Caracara? Bird of prey escapes from Lincolnshire wildlife park

Have you seen Pedro the Caracara? Bird of prey escapes from Lincolnshire wildlife park

A Caracara bird with a wing span of about 3ft has gone missing from a Lincolnshire wildlife park. Eight-year-old Pedro, who has lived at Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park for all of his life, was taking part in a bird show on Wednesday when he got...

 

Sweet dreams are made of this - luxury Cumbrian hot chocolate

Is this Cumbria’s biggest, most lavish mug of hot chocolate? A coastal cafe owner believes it is – and says it’s a sweet treat that’s proving a big hit. Title Author Copyright Description The creation from The Fairydust Emporium in Silloth comes in a...

 
National Lottery Results: Lotto draw numbers for Saturday, April 4

National Lottery Results: Lotto draw numbers for Saturday, April 4

Could Nottinghamshire have a new millionaire? The jackpot on the National Lottery Lotto draw for Saturday, April 4 was a rollover of a massive £5.4m. The winning numbers were 1, 18, 20, 31, 38 and 47. The bonus ball was 43. The winning numbers for the...

 
Airline bans booze on a notorious flight from Scotland to party island Ibiza

Airline bans booze on a notorious flight from Scotland to party island Ibiza

An airline have banned booze on a notorious flight from Scotland to party island Ibiza. Ryanair told passengers travelling from Glasgow Prestwick to the Spanish isle that they will no longer be able to take alcohol on board. Bosses yesterday confirmed...

 

Hull's 11 best buildings (and 10 of the worst)

With work soon to begin on a major transformation of Hull city centre ahead of 2017, Paul Johnson picks out 11 of the best buildings the next UK City of Culture has to offer. • Lists such as this one can only ever be subjective. Which is...

 

Fenerbahce team bus shot at on way back from away game in Turkey

The team bus carrying Fenerbahce players and coaching staff back from an away game was shot at on Saturday night. Trabzon governor Abdulcelil Oz said the driver appeared to have been hit by a bullet, after initially stating he may have been hit by a...

Daily Mail, 06:48 in Sport
 
Stockport-based charity fighting the war on poverty and helping to save the world

Stockport-based charity fighting the war on poverty and helping to save the world

Staff at the Cheadle Hulme charity Retrak ringed the date of Sunday, April 12, in their diaries a long time ago. It marks International Day for Street Children, a chance to highlight the plight of countless unfortunate youngsters around the world....

 
Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini: Judge me next season when I can splash the cash

Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini: Judge me next season when I can splash the cash

The Manchester City manager's hands have been tied by Financial Fair Play restrictions - even though he has still spent £60million on Eliaquim Mangala and Wilfried Bony. Pellegrini will be back in the market as a major player in the summer - if he is...

Daily Star, 06:48 in Sport
 


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