News archive from 14 April 2014, page 18

Language School closes after spring ritual

Language School closes after spring ritual

On Saturday, April 5, the Saturday Polish School in Berwick-upon-Tweed celebrated its fifth birthday with an Open Day. In the morning there were fun, educational activities for children from the age of 5 to 13 based at Berwick Academy. A group of 15...

 
Your News: Youngsters get fired-up outside

Your News: Youngsters get fired-up outside

On Monday, March 24, and Wednesday, March 26, David Hawes, the director of "Children's Woodland Adventures', visited school to help a group of children, from Years 3 to 5, build our own fire pit for future outdoor activities. On Monday, the...

 
Youth services boss defends move which could see six centres in North East Lincolnshire close

Youth services boss defends move which could see six centres in North East Lincolnshire close

THE MAN in charge of youth provision in our area has insisted that proposed changes "will not pull the rug from under the feet of our young people". Councillor Ian Lindley, portfolio holder for children's services at North East Lincolnshire...

 
Missing Emily Law from Wainfleet found in Skegness

Missing Emily Law from Wainfleet found in Skegness

Missing 13-year-old, Emily Law, has been found safe and well in Skegness. She went missing from her Wainfleet home last night and Lincolnshire Police appealed for information at around 11pm. Wearing black leggings, a black hoody and black boots she...

 
Grimsby Town ready to face play-off rivals Halifax

Grimsby Town ready to face play-off rivals Halifax

GRIMSBY TOWN boss Paul Hurst believes tomorrow night's visit of Halifax could be a dress rehearsal for the play-offs after victory over Chester edged them closer to a top-five finish. Goals from Oumare Tounkara and Andy Cook were enough for the...

 

Diabetic given wrong insulin by Royal hospital - for second time in two months

A diabetic was given a potentially fatal wrong insulin treatment by a Liverpool hospital – for the second time in two months. Edward Cairns from Anfield was given the wrong insulin pen by a nurse at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. It followed an episode...

 

Giants will return to Liverpool as UK's flagship event to mark outbreak of World War I

The giants are set to return to Liverpool’s streets in July in what will be the UK’s flagship event to commemorate World War I. The five-day spectacle, Memories of August 1914, will mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the war. Re-read: WWI...

 

Malaysia Airlines MH370 search crews to launch robotic submarine for first time

Crews searching for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will launch a robotic submarine for the first time in the hope of locating the plane’s black box. No ‘ping’ signals have been picked up in the search zone in the southern Indian Ocean since...

Metro, 08:14 in Hot News
 

Manchester City supporters coach "bricked by Liverpool fans' before Anfield clash

A coach carrying Manchester City supporters to Anfield ahead of yesterday’s Premier League crunch title encounter was attacked by a group of Liverpool fans. Those on board were reportedly left ‘shocked and shaken’ as bottles and rocks rained down on...

Metro, 08:14 in Sport
 
BREAKING NEWS: three arrested over raid with knife at store

BREAKING NEWS: three arrested over raid with knife at store

A teenage boy is among four people arrested after staff were threatened with a knife during a robbery at the Tesco Express store in Eastwood. Three men have also been arrested and quizzed after money and cigarettes were taken from the Nottingham Road...

 

Health services revamp with £5m funding boost

DOCTORS in South Derbyshire look set to be handed a share of more than £5 million of government funding in a bid to trial several initiatives to make services more flexible and accessible for patients. The scheme, called Transforming General Practice,...

 
Traffic and travel news, April 14, 7.45am

Traffic and travel news, April 14, 7.45am

Traffic and travel news from across the region Here are the latest traffic and travel updates in Doncaster for April 14 at 7.45am ROADS A630 Warmsworth - Queueing traffic on A630 Warmsworth Road inbound in Doncaster between the A1(M) J36 Warmsworth...

 
Corby rugby player injured footballer after insult in McDonald’s

Corby rugby player injured footballer after insult in McDonald’s

A rugby player headbutted a footballer after an evening in a Corby nightclub. Corby magistrates heard how Christopher Jones, 25, had spent the night of March 16 celebrating a rugby cup win in Rubix, George Street. He went to McDonald’s for something...

 

Road disruption reports from the Highways Agency

These are the latest reports of roadworks within a 25-mile radius of Hanley according to the Highways Agency. Traffic map M6 southbound between J13 and J12 | Southbound | Roadworks On the M6 southbound between junctions J13 and J10A, minor delays are...

 
Crufts champion chihuahua stolen: Owner Mal Hilton tells of rollercoaster of emotions

Crufts champion chihuahua stolen: Owner Mal Hilton tells of rollercoaster of emotions

A REWARD is being offered for information as the nationwide hunt for five snatched chihuahuas gathers pace. The devastated owners of the designer dogs, including a Crufts champion, fear serious harm could come to their pets. The dogs were stolen when...

 


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