News archive from 10 June 2015

Thorpe Salvin: Police search for vandals who caused £500 worth of damage to aircraft

Thorpe Salvin: Police search for vandals who caused £500 worth of damage to aircraft

Police are searching for vandals who damaged an airfield hanger in Rotherham. They struck at Netherthorpe Airfield in Thorpe Salvin between 7pm and 9pm on Wednesday 3rd June. causing damage which will cost over £500 to repair. Officers want to speak...

 
Cheap booze kills off the quiet pint

Cheap booze kills off the quiet pint

As someone who has dedicated his career to helping alcoholics, Dr Ash Kahn is better qualified than most to talk about Britain’s spiralling booze problem. The retired consultant psychiatrist, who worked throughout the West Midlands, believes urgent...

 
Great North Run 2015 places available thanks to North Warwickshire charity Mary Ann Evans Hospice

Great North Run 2015 places available thanks to North Warwickshire charity Mary Ann Evans Hospice

MARY Ann Evans Hospice in North Warwickshire have five Great North Run places available for the event in Newcastle on September 13. In order to run for the Hospice competitors must raise a minimum of £300 which goes directly to the charity. The...

 
BREAKING: Tata Steel chief to hold crunch talks in London tonight to avert strike

BREAKING: Tata Steel chief to hold crunch talks in London tonight to avert strike

Crunch talks will take place in London today to avert the strike over pensions at Tata Steel. Tata Steel's European boss Dr Karl Koehler will meet at Westminster tonight (June 10) with Scunthorpe MP Nic Dakin and the All-Pariamentary Group for the UK...

 
A17 will be shut for SEVERAL hours after serious crash between lorry and car

A17 will be shut for SEVERAL hours after serious crash between lorry and car

The A17 near Sleaford will be shut for several hours after a very serious crash. A man and a woman have been taken to hospital after being seriously injured in the collision in East Heckington. The two people were in a car that was involved in a crash...

 

Cyclist seriously injured in Holderness Road, Hull crash

A shocked witness has described the moment he saw a lorry hit a cyclist in Holderness Road, Hull. Emergency services closed part of Holderness Road following the crash outside the Bank pub at 1.40pm. The cyclist, a 31-year-old Hull man, has suffered...

 

FTSE CLOSE: Footsie and US stocks bounce higher despite lack of progress on Greek deal; Sainsbury's update...

17.45: The FTSE 100 closed up 76.47 points at 6830.27 as results from Sainsbury's pleased investors and bank stocks posted gains. Sainsbury's rose 5 per cent or 11.3p to 260.3p after it reported a fall in sales which didn't turn out to be as bad as...

 
Schoolboy Tom Wagg finds a new planet while on work experience at Keele University

Schoolboy Tom Wagg finds a new planet while on work experience at Keele University

SCHOOLBOY Tom Wagg has become the ultimate star student after discovering a new planet - while on work experience. The keen astronomy fan was spending a week at Keele University's astrophysics department when he was asked to cast his eyes over data...

 
Carney seeks tougher sentences for 'irresponsible' traders

Carney seeks tougher sentences for 'irresponsible' traders

Bank of England governor Mark Carney will call for longer prison sentences for bankers who break the law in an attack on ethics in the City later. In his Mansion House speech Mr Carney will say individuals acted with a "culture of...

BBC, 21:00 in Business
 
Crew tackles car fire

Crew tackles car fire

A man had to pull into a car park and get his wife and young child out of his vehicle after it began to smoke. Firefighters rushed to the Stafford Arms pub in Scholes Lane, Cleckheaton, at around 2.30pm today (Wendesday) to tackle the subsequent...

 
Rape accused was “ really shocked” by woman’s rejection

Rape accused was “ really shocked” by woman’s rejection

A supermarket supervisor accused of raping a drunken woman has told a jury he felt "really shocked" when she stopped him having sex with her. Morrisons employee Adam Brown, 23, told Bradford Crown Court today (Wednesday) that the...

 
MP votes in favour of EU Referendum Bill

MP votes in favour of EU Referendum Bill

The member of parliament for Boston and Skegness gave his maiden speech last night (Tuesday) - on the EU Referendum Bill. The Bill defines plans for a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union. Speaking at about 6.24pm, Mr Warman praised...

 

Chuck away your LBD: This summer it's all about a blast of colour in your wardrobe

A huge two thirds of British women would choose a LBD for an event because of its reputation as a timeless classic, research has shown. But fashion at the moment is full of the colours of the rainbow, and Dove are working hard to get women into bright...

 

World Bank slashes growth forecast for emerging economies

The World Bank has cut its forecasts for growth across emerging economies this year, warning they face a double whammy from rising US interest rates and lower commodity prices. “Developing countries were an engine of global growth following the...

Guardian, 21:00 in Business
 
Chief exec Mark Cullinan to step down

Chief exec Mark Cullinan to step down

Lancaster City Council's chief executive says his 16 years in charge have been "an absolute privilege" after announcing he is to retire next summer. Mark Cullinan, who has been the city council’s chief executive since 2000, has worked in...

 


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