News archive from 17 September 2015, page 13

Road rage victim snares Sunderland thug with this mobile snap

Road rage victim snares Sunderland thug with this mobile snap

A road rage victim was left with blood pouring out of his mouth after a thug launched an unprovoked roadside attack. Aggressive Peter Hanlon later had the nerve to blame his innocent victim Luke McKeever, claiming he acted in self-defence because he...

 

PS4 News: Destiny's space zombies revealed, Mass Effect 4 update, Last of Us 2 confirmed

Ever wondered what Bungie's grand visions was for Destiny before the launch of all the DLC actions and final title? A new range of concept work from the book, The Art of Destiny, shows off some of the earliest designs, including the many looks of The...

 
De Montfort University seeks nominations for the Young Achievers' Awards

De Montfort University seeks nominations for the Young Achievers' Awards

De Montfort University is looking for nominations for those who are helping their communities to thrive as part of the Leicester Mercury Young Achievers' Awards. The university is sponsoring the Community Achievement category of the awards and is keen...

 

Hillary Clinton on the Tonight Show: do you really want the Trump House?

Hillary Clinton took several swipes at the Republican frontrunner Donald Trump as she appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. In a segment recorded shortly before the first of the evening’s marathon GOP debates began on Wednesday night, Fallon...

 
Hull KR: Kris Welham on verge of leaving Rovers

Hull KR: Kris Welham on verge of leaving Rovers

KRIS Welham looks set to depart Hull KR at the end of the season after talks stalled on a new deal for the centre. The 28-year-old, who will captain Rovers tomorrow evening at Sheffield Eagles, sees his three-year deal expire at the end of the current...

 

Japanese politicians brawl in parliament over bill to allow troops to fight abroad

Japanese politicians scuffled on Thursday during a heated debate over a security bill that could see the military fight abroad for the first time in decades, after thousands rallied to voice their anger. Related: New generation of Japanese anti-war...

 

Hillsborough investigators appeal to trace two more witnesses

Hillsborough investigators have released three more images in a bid to track down witnesses who helped victims of the Hillsborough disaster. The pictures, showing two potential witnesses, have been released by Operation Resolve - the criminal...

 
Derbyshire’s new fire chief is ready for the challenge

Derbyshire’s new fire chief is ready for the challenge

Derbyshire's new fire chief has spoken of the honour of being appointed and the challenges which lie ahead. Terry McDermott has taken up the position of Chief Fire Officer/Chief Executive. He said: “I feel very privileged to be given the opportunity...

 

Nearly half of teachers 'think of quitting' - NUT Cymru

Nearly a half of teachers in Wales say they are thinking of leaving the job in the next two years. That is one of the findings of a survey of 450 teachers by NUT Cymru union. The main reasons given were because of "unreasonable demands from...

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Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham won't hit panic button after consecutive losses

Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham won't hit panic button after consecutive losses

Steve Housham insists he will not make any knee-jerk signings after watching Gainsborough Trinity slide to back-to-back defeats. But the Blues boss accepts he will need to lift his side ahead of Saturday's trip Cheltenham to face Gloucester City in...

 
Worksop: Rash actions leave landlord with court appearance

Worksop: Rash actions leave landlord with court appearance

A Worksop landlord who unlawfully evicted his tenant was landed with a court appearance, from which he received a conditional discharge and ordered to pay costs of more than £600. Victor Fernandez from Newark, the landlord of a property on Fingleton,...

 
Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists no road is going straight to heaven as Hoops look to bounce back

Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists no road is going straight to heaven as Hoops look to bounce back

RONNY DEILA arrived last night in the most chilled out city in Europe. The Celtic manager, however, was anything but chilled out as he launched a stinging defence of his club, his management and his players. Deila reckons no road leads straight to...

 
Death trap rope swing found 50ft above floor in abandoned building

Death trap rope swing found 50ft above floor in abandoned building

SHOCKING images of a death-trap rope-swing on an abandoned Wigan mill are proof trespassing youths are ignoring safety warnings. This is the claim of residents living close to the Pagefield building who fear a serious or even fatal accident on the...

 
Rangers' right back James Tavernier: I feel bad if I don't score and lose fans money

Rangers' right back James Tavernier: I feel bad if I don't score and lose fans money

IT’S ironic Ladbrokes should be presenting an award to James Tavernier this week because most bookies must be more tempted to clatter him around the ear. The free-scoring full-back has been upsetting the odds by banging in goals in six out of his...

 
REVEALED: The 10 Lincolnshire streets where you are most likely to get a parking ticket

REVEALED: The 10 Lincolnshire streets where you are most likely to get a parking ticket

The ten streets in Lincolnshire where drivers are most likely to get a ticket have been revealed after officials said they clawed back more than £1.1 million a year in fines. County council parking attendants handed out more than £3,000 a day in fines...

 


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