News archive from 18 June 2016, page 14

Orlando shooting prompts questions for us here, too

It is with a heavy heart that, here at JUST Lincolnshire, we have seen a weekend where hatred and intolerance once more make the global headlines. I am, of course, referring to the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history that took place at the...

 
Chamonix challenge for charity

Chamonix challenge for charity

0 Have your say A Pocklington woman is taking on a tough mountain challenge for charity. Rachel Reed is tackling the gruelling Vertical Challenge run to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care and Bransby Horses. Rachel, who ran her first mountain 10km...

 

Bricklayer loses employment tribunal against Aspire after £3k wage cut

BRICKLAYER Adrian Johnson has taken his employer to court – after suffering a £3,000 wage cut. The union member lodged the unfair dismissal claim in a test case against Newcastle-based Aspire Group. He claimed he was unfairly sacked and then...

 

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...

 

Colombia 0-0 Peru (4-2 pens): David Ospina the hero after shoot-out heroics help his side into Copa America...

Christian Cueva looked terrified when he stepped up, so it wasn't a surprise when he launched his penalty kick high over David Ospina’s goal. The MetLife Stadium exploded, Colombia supporters feeling a mixture of relief and excitement, fresh off the...

Daily Mail, 05:45 in Sport
 
Leicester chief confident Jamie Vardy will snub Arsenal this summer

Leicester chief confident Jamie Vardy will snub Arsenal this summer

The striker - currently with England at Euro 2016 - is considering a move to the Gunners after they met his £20m release clause. But the Leicester owner feels Vardy will stay with the Premier League champions as they look to build an improved squad to...

Daily Star, 05:46 in Sport
 

Nursing staff believe NHS struggling to meet 'heightened' demand, poll finds

Almost nine in 10 nurses do not believe that the NHS is coping with demand for services, a new poll has found. Just 12% of nurses from across the UK believe that the health service is currently able to meet demand, according to a major poll of 10,000...

 
‘More attacks will follow Orlando’ Donald Trump sends chilling message to America

‘More attacks will follow Orlando’ Donald Trump sends chilling message to America

Yesterday, the presumptive Republican candidate in the race for the White House, tweeted “People very unhappy with Crooked Hillary and Obama on JOBS and SAFETY! “Biggest trade deficit in many years! More attacks will follow Orlando.” People very...

 
Transfer News: Leicester chief on Vardy to Arsenal, Man United face fight, Tottenham close

Transfer News: Leicester chief on Vardy to Arsenal, Man United face fight, Tottenham close

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Daily Star, 05:58 in Sport
 
WATCH: Distressed lion roaring in bleak animal enclosure causes outrage

WATCH: Distressed lion roaring in bleak animal enclosure causes outrage

The video, which has been shared tens of thousands of times, shows a Lion as it lets out a low, pathetic roar. Some commenters have criticised the animal’s surroundings, adding that the creature looks underweight due to its clearly visible rib cage....

 
‘World’s best wine’ is a £4.37 bottle from Asda

‘World’s best wine’ is a £4.37 bottle from Asda

0 Have your say For anyone who has wanted to drink the best wine in the world but has been worried about the cost, there is good news. Wine experts at the Decanter World Wine Awards have decided it comes from... Asda. And, even better, it’s just £4.37...

 
Seven in ten want action to make school run safer

Seven in ten want action to make school run safer

0 Have your say Two thirds of people believe that pedestrian routes to school need to be made safer. Nearly three quarters of people also believe that more children would walk or cycle to school if the routes were less dangerous. And nearly 40 per...

 
Why TV streaming is bad for our health (according to science)

Why TV streaming is bad for our health (according to science)

0 Have your say We all love our streaming services, whether it’s Netflix, Amazon, Now TV or Blinkbox – but a growing number of academics are suggesting we may love it a little too much. It may seem like an innocent and ingenious platform to watch all...

 

More than £220,000 raised for charities supported by Jo Cox

More than £220,000 has been raised for charities supported by murdered MP Jo Cox.

 

Lincolnshire's junior club which is forging links with Championship outfit Sheffield Wednesday

Many youngsters begin their football journey at their local junior club and cannot wait to get out on the pitch playing football – none more so than youngsters at the North Lindum Hawks. However, the young Hawks have more than just playing with their...

 


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