News archive from 12 April 2017

Why my close bond with my family stopped me from wanting a relationship

Why my close bond with my family stopped me from wanting a relationship

I’m one of those lucky people who had a really great childhood. I emerged trauma-free, bar a dead cat and a long-distance house-move aged 14, that I threw a year-long tantrum about. Thanks to my childhood I entered adulthood with a solid sense of...

Metro, 06:05 in Lifestyle
 

Man sexually abused teen and gave her £10 to not talk about it

A man who sexually abused a teenager at the end of a night out in a pub and paid her £10 to keep quiet has found himself in court. Stephen Southerby indecently touched the youngster and persuaded her to perform a sex act on him in Boston. He appeared...

 

Rooftop siege ended after more than five hours

A rooftop siege involving dozens of police officers ended after more than five hours. Durham Constabulary sent officers from across the force to Barsloan Grove in Peterlee this afternoon after reports of a man on the roof. Witnesses say he was hurling...

 

More pregnant women in UK take alcohol than in 10 other European nations - study

More women drink alcohol while pregnant in the UK than in 10 other European countries, a study has found. Researchers discovered that British mothers-to-be were the most likely to ignore advice to avoid alcohol. The survey of 7,905 women in 11...

 

Broadband suppliers are stinging loyal customers, charity warns

Broadband customers are paying a penalty for their loyalty, with providers increasing bills by more than £100 a year when initial deals end, a charity has warned. Analysis of the cheapest broadband deals from the five largest suppliers by Citizens...

 

The money machine: how a high-profile corruption investigation fell apart

On 11 March 2014, a London branch of the French bank BNP Paribas received a request from a Ukrainian lawyer. He asked the bank to close accounts belonging to his client and transfer their balances to Cyprus. The accounts contained a mere $23m, and the...

 
Police issue warning to homeowners following garage thefts

Police issue warning to homeowners following garage thefts

Police have issued security advice to residents in Chester following a spate of garage thefts. Over the past two weeks, 10 incidents have been reported in the Blacon, Hoole and Kingsway areas which have seen sheds, garages and outbuildings targeted by...

 
Man called Ferrari fined for motoring offences in Etwall while he was driving a Renault

Man called Ferrari fined for motoring offences in Etwall while he was driving a Renault

An aptly named motorist has appeared in court to face two of motoring offences. Ferrari Forrest-Clarke wasn't driving his namesake though when he broke the law. He was instead driving a modest Renault when he committed the offences and not one of...

 

How Chelsea could line up with Benjamin Mendy next season: Whose place could he take?

How Chelsea could line up with Benjamin Mendy next season Tuesday, 11th April 2017 HOW could Chelsea line up next season if they sign Benjamin Mendy? 1 / 13 GETTY How Chelsea could line up with Benjamin Mendy next season “Chelsea are among the teams...

Daily Star, 06:09 in Sport
 
Jack Butland return: Stoke goalkeeper ready to return against Hull on Saturday

Jack Butland return: Stoke goalkeeper ready to return against Hull on Saturday

The 24-year-old’s last competitive game was for England in Germany last March. Butland came through 90 minutes for Stoke’s Under 23s at Brighton on Monday following an ankle injury. And now he has told Mark Hughes he is available to replace Lee Grant...

Daily Star, 06:09 in Sport
 
Children forced to be suicide bombers by Boko Haram on the RISE, United Nations warns

Children forced to be suicide bombers by Boko Haram on the RISE, United Nations warns

A report released UNICEF today has said the number of children used in suicide attacks by the evil group in the first three months of this year is close to the figure for the whole of 2016. Up to 27 children have been used in suicide attacks by the...

 
At least one dead and four injured as EXPLOSION rocks US army ammunition base

At least one dead and four injured as EXPLOSION rocks US army ammunition base

The blast happened at an ammunition plant where chemicals are mixed in Independence, Missouri. The wounded employees were treated on site and investigation is underway to established what caused the blast, authorities said. Lake City produces...

 

Derby saw more store closures than anywhere in East Midlands, study claims

Derby saw the most shop closures compared to anywhere in the East Midlands in 2016, according to a new study. According to figures compiled by the Local Data Company on behalf of Castle Donington accountants and business advisers PwC, 44 shops closed...

 

Thousands of places are set to be created at region’s new schools

More than 4,000 new school places will be created in Yorkshire following the largest wave of free school approvals this Parliament. The Government has given the go-ahead for seven new schools – from primary schools to sixth form centres – to be built...

 

Five Coventry City youngsters that could make the grade next season

Despite claiming three wins in their last four league games, Coventry City are heading for relegation to League Two. The Sky Blues will need to strengthen in certain areas, as well as hold on to the majority of their young starlets, if they are to...

 


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