News archive from 9 June 2018

OBE honours for Lincolnshire County Council champions

Councillor Mrs Patricia Bradwell, executive councillor for children’s services and Debbie Barnes, director of children’s services, have been awarded OBEs in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s list. Coun Bradwell said: “It’s a huge surprise and great honour...

 
Rafael Nadal: Spaniard reveals how he will WIN French Open final vs Dominic Thiem

Rafael Nadal: Spaniard reveals how he will WIN French Open final vs Dominic Thiem

Dominic Thiem stands between the Spaniard and Grand Slam glory at Roland Garros. The 31-year-old cruised past fifth-seed Juan Martin del Potro this evening. Nadal beat the Argentinian in straight sets 6-4 6-1 6-2 in his French Open semi-final...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
World Cup 2018: Jordan Henderson not worried about personal England goal drought

World Cup 2018: Jordan Henderson not worried about personal England goal drought

Seven and a half years after making his debut, the Liverpool skipper has still to open his account for his country. He came desperately close to breaking his duck at the 39th attempt during the second half of England’s 2-0 win over Costa Rica on...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
China hackers steal data from US Navy contractor - reports

China hackers steal data from US Navy contractor - reports

The FBI is investigating after the Chinese government hacked a US Navy contractor and stole highly sensitive security data, US media say. Data stolen in the breach include plans for a supersonic missile project, US officials told the Washington Post....

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 
Kenny Dalglish, Emma Thompson and Ms Dynamite named in Queen’s Birthday Honours list

Kenny Dalglish, Emma Thompson and Ms Dynamite named in Queen’s Birthday Honours list

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has been knighted and two-time Golden Globe winner Emma Thompson made a dame in the Queen’s birthday honours list. Boxing champ Anthony Joshua, singer and rapper Ms Dynamite and investigative journalist Stacey Dooley...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Shisha bar ‘sold alcohol and laughing gas to hundreds of children’

Shisha bar ‘sold alcohol and laughing gas to hundreds of children’

A shisha bar which allegedly sold alcohol and laughing gas to hundreds of children has been closed permanently.  Cloud Nine, in Birmingham, was already subject to a 90-day closure order following police incidents dating back to April last year, but...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 

Bestwood Village man honoured by the Queen

A Bestwood Village man has been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his services to football in Nottinghamshire’s schools. Robert Donnison was awarded the British Empire Medal for over 50 years of service and has been “the one constant...

 
Talking Horses: Line Of Reason can lift Sprint Cup for Paul Midgley

Talking Horses: Line Of Reason can lift Sprint Cup for Paul Midgley

Paul Midgley has been hitting the crossbar quite a bit of late but he found the back of the net last Saturday when one of his many sprinters won the Dash on Derby day and he could be celebrating again on Saturday afternoon at Musselburgh. In the day’s...

Guardian, 00:23 in Sport
 

Teenager's terror as Audi boy racers narrowly miss crashing into her in Ings Road smash

A teenage girl has spoken of her terror after two Audi racers narrowly missed ploughing into her and her friends before smashing into a lamppost on a major Hull road. Megan, 16, was walking with a group of three friends in Ings Road just after 9.15pm...

 
Historic Northern Territory treaty agreement means 'the old way is finished'

Historic Northern Territory treaty agreement means 'the old way is finished'

For a small Aboriginal community in Australia’s Northern Territory, Barunga has seen some big promises. On Friday the chief minister of the territory, Michael Gunner, arrived at Barunga festival to sign an agreement to undertake a treaty process that...

 
Theresa May enters Northern Ireland abortion debate

Theresa May enters Northern Ireland abortion debate

Theresa May has spoken openly for the first time about her support for abortion and a woman’s right to choose. In a significant intervention in the debate over the right of women and girls in Northern Ireland to terminate pregnancies, she told...

Guardian, 00:28 in Politics
 
Business leaders urged to help run schools

Business leaders urged to help run schools

Schools need help from leading businesses to offset skills shortages on their governing bodies, according to Education Secretary Damian Hinds. In a speech later, Mr Hinds will call for a range of professionals to "take on this vital role"....

BBC, 00:32 in Regional
 
More than a million on social housing waiting lists

More than a million on social housing waiting lists

Grandfather and commercial engineer Freddy Emmanuel has been on the waiting list for social housing for 18 years. During this time he has sofa-surfed, stayed in hostels, rented and had periods of homelessness, in Kensington and Chelsea, mostly. He...

BBC, 00:32 in Regional
 
Trooping the Colour: Guardsman first to wear turban

Trooping the Colour: Guardsman first to wear turban

A Coldstream Guards soldier is set to become the first to wear a turban during the Trooping the Colour parade. About 1,000 soldiers will take part in the ceremony which marks the Queen's official birthday, on Saturday. Guardsman Charanpreet Singh...

BBC, 00:32 in Regional
 

David Behrens: How could this runaway train be allowed to go on for so long?

IT has taken a shambles of this magnitude to awaken Theresa May to the reality of the third-world train service with which we in Yorkshire have to live. Downing Street said it had “tremendous sympathy” with passengers, whose service had been “totally...

 


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