News archive from 14 May 2016, page 19

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 

Deepdale hosts schools’ finals

Preston Schools are holding their annual finals at Deepdale on Saturday. Youngsters from a number of local schools will be chasing silverware on Preston North End’s pitch. There will be seven matches over the course of the day, with organisers...

 

80 jobs up for grabs at AFC Fylde’s new £18m complex

The new £18m Mill Farm Sports Village currently taking shape in Wesham near Kirkham, is hiring for around 80 jobs. The state of the art leisure, entertainment and sports venue has already received over 700 applications for key roles in security,...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
Missing Lisa Brown: Fugitive boyfriend spotted throwing phones into harbour in Copenhagen before turning himself in

Missing Lisa Brown: Fugitive boyfriend spotted throwing phones into harbour in Copenhagen before turning...

THE fugitive boyfriend of a missing Scots mum was spotted throwing mobile phones into Copenhagen harbour before he turned himself in to police. Simon Corner was wanted for questioning over the disappearance of expat Lisa Brown last November. Danish...

 
Man violently attacked and robbed in Heanor

Man violently attacked and robbed in Heanor

0 Have your say A man was punched, kicked, and hit in the face with a bottle before he was robbed in Heanor. The man was walking across fields from Loscoe Dam towards Berle Avenue when he was approached by three men at around 8.40pm on Monday, May 2....

 

Hull KR v Widnes Vikings: Team news, key battle and score prediction

Big match preview for Hull KR's clash with Widnes Vikings tomorrow afternoon (3pm). Gareth Westmorland's opinion: Emotional affair for all, but Rovers must produce a win A POIGNANT afternoon awaits for all at Hull KR tomorrow. Almost a fortnight...

 
Andrew Gale Column: Surrey victory was just what the doctor ordered!

Andrew Gale Column: Surrey victory was just what the doctor ordered!

0 Have your say WE needed a win at Yorkshire to finally get us out of the blocks in the County Championship and it was a great victory in the end for us against Surrey at Headingley – and just what we needed. Although, that said, I thought it was...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 

Leicester crime down in latest police stats

Overall crime in Leicester city centre is down according to the latest crime stats published by Leicestershire police. In February, there were 2,838 crimes reported to the force, compared with 2,922 in January – a reduction of 84. Despite the overall...

 

Locked up in Leicester: Criminals who were sent to jail in April

A number of criminals were sent to Leicestershire's prisons throughout April after being found guilty at Leicester Crown Court. We take a look back at some of the high profile cases of those locked up after the last month. Anastasia James A...

 

'A hero of his time' - the story of Frank Whittle and his dream of designing the jet engine

A hero, family man and sheer genius who never gave up on his dream. That is how Frank Whittle, who pioneered the turbo-jet which powered Britain's first flight by a jet-engined plane, is still remembered 75 years after his triumph at RAF Cranwell....

 
Warning over online banking fraud attacks

Warning over online banking fraud attacks

Almost half of computer ‘infections’ are caused by banking malware, a study has found. Banking malware is a kind of software used by cyber criminals to target online bank accounts and allows them to obtain personal and financial details, and 41 per...

 
Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

Regular use of an over-the-counter heartburn medication taken by millions of people can speed up the ageing of blood vessels, according to new research. Heartburn, also known by its medical name of reflux, occurs when stomach acid backs up into the...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking fruit from a...

 


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