News archive from 14 May 2016, page 20

Cleethorpes Town hope to sign off with cup glory

CLEETHORPES Town will be aiming to kick-off a winning weekend for our football clubs when they take on Garforth Town in the final of the Northern Counties East League (NCEL) Cup. With Grimsby Town taking on Forest Green Rovers in the Play-Off Final...

 
MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

0 Have your say An MP has slammed high street giant Matalan for selling a young girl’s bra which says is “too sexualised” for children. Sarah Champion, Shadow Minister for Preventing Abuse and Domestic Violence, says the £4 item of underwear, which is...

 
Mighty oaks from little Acorns grow at pre-school

Mighty oaks from little Acorns grow at pre-school

0 Have your say A north Northumberland pre-school has recently extended its provision for youngsters. Acorns, at Warkworth CofE (Aided) First School, offers care and education for children aged two to four. Formerly Warkworth & Acklington...

 
Customers defend Cooplands over sex, drugs and sausage rolls t-shirts at Doncaster shop

Customers defend Cooplands over "sex, drugs and sausage rolls" t-shirts at Doncaster shop

1 Have your say Readers have blasted people who complained about staff at a Doncaster baker's shop sporting t-shirts with the slogan "sex, drugs and sausage rolls." A photo of a staff member wearing one of the green t-shirts at the firm's...

 
Free hugger arrested for giving a punch instead

Free hugger arrested for giving a punch instead

A man offering ‘free hugs’ in New York’s Times Square is accused of punching a Canadian tourist in the face after she refused to tip him for his hug and a photo. Jermaine Himmelstein was arrested on robbery and fraudulent accosting charges shortly...

Metro, 06:46 in Hot News
 

Three injured after ferry crashes into pier

Twenty-three people have been rescued from a ferry after it collided with a pier in Hampshire. The vessel struck the Hythe pier on Friday evening, severely damaging the wheelhouse, the coastguard said. Housing association threatened to take orphaned...

Metro, 06:46 in Hot News
 
Wet conditions force cancellation of most British Eventing fixtures

Wet conditions force cancellation of most British Eventing fixtures

0 Have your say In early April the sun shone for our annual Easter Show when we were delighted to secure some great judges for the fixture, including Denise Richardson who travelled up from Cumbria, to judge the Horse Working Hunter classes. The...

 
MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

MP slams “too sexy” bra for children on sale at Matalan

0 Have your say An MP has slammed high street giant Matalan for selling a young girl’s bra which says is “too sexualised” for children. Sarah Champion, Shadow Minister for Preventing Abuse and Domestic Violence, says the £4 item of underwear, which is...

 

Grimsby v Forest Green: Boss urges players to embrace thrill of ‘biggest game’

PAUL Hurst says his Grimsby Town players must embrace the thrill of being involved in the 'second-biggest' game in British football tomorrow afternoon. The Mariners are in London ahead of the Play-Off Final with Forest Green Rovers at Wembley (4pm),...

 

Man demands to know why attacker wasn't locked up after jaw was broken outside Trentham gig

MUSIC fan Robert Pratt suffered a broken jaw and now talks with a lisp after he was punched outside Trentham Gardens in a dispute over a taxi. The 54-year-old was unable to close his mouth, had to give up work, and still struggles to eat following...

 

Grimsby Town at Wembley: Omar Bogle prepared for Final showdown

"THE main thing is that we, as a group, get the job done tomorrow. It's not about personal aims or ambitions now – it's about us as a group. That's the most important thing." The words of Omar Bogle as he prepares for what he acknowledges as...

 

Burger King manager stole £10k to pay for sister's medical treatment

A BURGER KING manager stole more than £10,000 from the restaurant where he worked – to pay for medical treatment for his sister. 'Model employee' Amster Regala took cash from the takings at the fast-food chain's Freeport Talke branch over a two-week...

 

New club to be launched thanks to Sport Relief cash

UNEMPLOYED residents are being urged to make the most of a new job club which has launched in the West Marsh. The Job Club initiative was set up with funds secured from a grant and will help younger and older people search for work. Out-of-work...

 

Jake Shakeshaft sends video message to fans ahead of Eurovision

EUROVISION hopeful Jake Shakeshaft has sent a video message to inspire young fans at his old school. Jake talked about the support his old school Langdale Primary had given him through his career and encouraged pupils to work hard and watch the...

 

Hull KR's James Donaldson ready for 'defining' Widnes Vikings clash

PICTURE the scene. James Donaldson is hell-bent on making another impression at Hull KR in the season opener against Castleford. Scoring in the process, off the infamous nudey run and helping claim a thrilling 16-16 draw, spirits couldn't have been...

 


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