News archive from 8 December 2013, page 7

Take Toby home for Christmas

Take Toby home for Christmas

This week's pet in search of a home for Christmas is Toby - a Staffordshire Bull Terrier described as "very sweet' by RSCPA staff. Leanne Manchester, of RSPCA Derby & District, said: "He is a friendly boy and will be perfect in a family...

 
Botched Pilgrim Hospital op sees mum receive £1.2m

Botched Pilgrim Hospital op sees mum receive £1.2m

But the operation to fix her leg failed and the catalogue of errors that followed has left her in permanent pain and her family homeless and jobless. "We had follow up appointments and I was told that there was no progress. I was then told they...

 

Chance to help shape town

An online panel is being set-up to help residents in Amber Valley shape the future of their local area. Amber Valley Borough Council is giving residents the chance to share their thoughts, ideas and concerns on a range of topics, by taking online...

 

Two good causes to benefit from Strutt grants

Community groups in Belper are set to receive a total of £330 thanks to donations from the Herbert Strutt Charity. Two organisations are being gifted funds following a recent meeting of the charity’s management committee. Milford Primary School has...

 
WEATHER: Cloudy but dry day forecast for Lincolnshire

WEATHER: Cloudy but dry day forecast for Lincolnshire

There could be some gusts of up to 30mph later in the day. Sunset is at 3.45pm. hi lites and a cut and blowdry £40.00 Lilacs Hair Designs View details Print voucher Get hi lites or low lites and a cut & blowdry with Hannah or Daniel between 10th...

 
TRAVEL: Road closures in place for Lincoln Christmas Market

TRAVEL: Road closures in place for Lincoln Christmas Market

There have been no other incidents reported to emergency services. To see the full list of road closures for the Lincoln Christmas Market, click here hi lites and a cut and blowdry £40.00 Lilacs Hair Designs View details Print voucher Get hi lites or...

 

Thai Opposition MPs Announce Mass Resignation

Thailand's main opposition party has announced all its MPs will resign from parliament amid mass protests against the government More follows...

 

Greek parliament approves 2014 budget plan

After nearly going bankrupt and almost crashing out of the euro zone last year, Greece expects growth of 0.6 percent in 2014 and hopes to secure more leeway on its debts to the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. "This is a...

Reuters, 09:51 in Business
 

Venezuelans vote in local polls that test Chavez legacy

The outcome of the ballots to choose 337 mayors and 2,523 councillors will be seen as a sign of Maduro's strength, nine months after Chavez died from cancer and he narrowly beat opposition leader Henrique Capriles to win the presidency. The opposition...

 

South Korea to make announcement on air zone; expansion is anticipated

South Korea has said China's move is unacceptable because its new zone includes the maritime rock named Ieodo which it controls, with a research station platform built atop it. China also claims the submerged rock as its own. China's decision on...

 

Drink driver left woman injured after crash on Carlisle street

A drink driver nearly three times the limit left a woman injured after crashing into a string of cars before his overturned. The woman was travelling with a child when Thomas Irving hit the vehicle she was in during a danger drive along a Carlisle...

 

Iran president Rouhani targets stagflation in first budget

Gross domestic product had contracted by 6 percent over the past year, Rouhani said, while inflation was running at 44 percent when he took office in August. He described the situation as "very worrying". Analysts say soaring inflation is...

 

Al Qaeda thrives in Yemen amid weak security, stalled dialogue

An al Qaeda-affiliated group attacked the defence ministry in Sanaa on Thursday, killing 56 people, in a harsh reminder that extremist groups are able to operate in heavily secured areas of the capital despite a security crackdown. It was the worst...

 
Pedro Almodovar blasts Spanish government at European film awards

Pedro Almodovar blasts Spanish government at European film awards

Spanish director Pedro Almodovar has attacked his homeland's government as he accepted an honorary prize at the European Film Awards in Berlin. The 64-year-old filmmaker called it "deaf and insensitive" to the country's problems and railed...

BBC, 10:25 in Art & Culture
 

The England batsmen need to have a long, hard look at themselves and follow the Root to redemption

It's about individual responsibility now. It's about every England batsman looking at himself, making sure he is in the right frame of mind and deciding what he must do to put his game right. It's tough out there for them at the moment, really hard,...

Daily Mail, 10:26 in Sport
 


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