News archive from 18 June 2016, page 13

Which clubs travel the furthest? The Premier League's longest away days revealed

CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE HOW FAR YOUR CLUB WILL HAVE TO TRAVEL NEXT SEASON IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE The 2016/17 season is edging ever closer and fans of English top flight clubs can now begin to start making travel arrangements for...

Daily Star, 05:18 in Sport
 

Girl power! Two Lincolnshire tradeswomen up for national award

Two Lincolnshire ladies have been shortlisted for a national award to find the country's top tradesperson. Electrician Tammie Richards and joiner Sophia Robinson have been selected as two of five regional finalists in the annual search by Screwfix to...

 
Nottingham mum taken on by National Express after retraining at Central College Nottingham

Nottingham mum taken on by National Express after retraining at Central College Nottingham

A single mum is on the road to success after returning to the classroom and retraining at college. Anna Wrona was working in a factory when she decided that she needed to change her life. The 36-year-old took the plunge last September and enrolled on...

 
Woman fined for failing to provide details

Woman fined for failing to provide details

0 Have your say A Gainsborough woman has been fined for failing to provide information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to be guilty of an offence. Chelsea Booth,21, of Tower Street, Gainsborough, was fined...

 
Betsi Cadwaladr health board spends £1.6m for consultants' advice...on how to cut costs

Betsi Cadwaladr health board spends £1.6m for consultants' advice...on how to cut costs

More than £1.5m has been spent by health bosses on outside consultants...in a bid to cut costs at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB). The troubled authority forked out £1,652,850 on money-saving experts in three years, including...

 

Property Insider: Fancy owning a Grade II-listed former vicarage?

Ever wanted to own an historic property set in two thirds of an acre with stunning views of the surrounding countryside? The Old Vicarage is a Grade II-listed house which dates back to the late 1800s having the added benefit of a self contained link...

 

North Wales' best chippy revealed

A family-run fish and chip shop in Gwynedd has been voted the best chippy in North Wales. Chippy Dre-Sglod a Cod, or Chippy Dre for short, in Tremadog, came out on top in the Daily Post annual competition. We asked readers to tell us about their...

 
North Wales restaurant review: Pier House Bistro, Beaumaris

North Wales restaurant review: Pier House Bistro, Beaumaris

A splendid seafront location in the ground floor of a Victorian town house and lots of lovely seafood are the keys to success for the Pier House - a favourite place to meet and eat in the picturesque Anglesey town of Beaumaris. It was opened five...

 
Stereophonics at Wrexham: Important information for the concert

Stereophonics at Wrexham: Important information for the concert

The Stereophonics will be rocking Wrexham's Glyndwr University Racecourse Ground this summer. With career sales topping 10 million albums, they will be joined on July 2 by special guests Catfish and the Bottlemen, Pretty Vicious and The Ramona...

 

Big Issue: How can we protect the safety of MPs after the death of Jo Cox?

"I CAN'T promise I won't cry." Ruth Smeeth's grief is palpable. While the nation has lost an ambassador for benevolence, a beacon of hope, the Stoke-on-Trent North MP has lost a deep and treasured friend. Ruth knew something serious was...

 

Jo Cox killing: Gordon Brown calls for new 'culture of respect'

Gordon Brown has called for a new "culture of respect" to challenge prejudice and intolerance after the death of Jo Cox. The former prime minister warned that too often intolerance was descending into hate. At the same time, writing in The...

 

Double trouble for twin sisters at Euro 2016

Irish twin sisters have joked about being outnumbered among the boys in green at Euro 2016 where a perk is not having to queue for the toilet. Emma and Kathryn McLoughlin, 22, from Glasnevin in Dublin, have travelled to France with four male friends...

 

Double trouble for twin sisters at Euro 2016

Irish twin sisters have joked about being outnumbered among the boys in green at Euro 2016 where a perk is not having to queue for the toilet. Emma and Kathryn McLoughlin, 22, from Glasnevin in Dublin, have travelled to France with four male friends...

 

Jo Cox killing: Gordon Brown calls for new 'culture of respect'

Gordon Brown has called for a new "culture of respect" to challenge prejudice and intolerance after the death of Jo Cox. The former prime minister warned that too often intolerance was descending into hate. At the same time, writing in The...

 

Double trouble for twin sisters at Euro 2016

Irish twin sisters have joked about being outnumbered among the boys in green at Euro 2016 where a perk is not having to queue for the toilet. Emma and Kathryn McLoughlin, 22, from Glasnevin in Dublin, have travelled to France with four male friends...

 


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