News archive from 18 June 2016, page 18

Appeal to raise £15,000 to get Corby woman to the US for stem cell treatment

Appeal to raise £15,000 to get Corby woman to the US for stem cell treatment

0 Have your say Family and friends are organising fundraisers to help Becky White get the money she needs to go to America for stem cell treatment. Becky, 33, needs to raise £15,000 after being accepted to have stem cell treatment in America to treat...

 
‘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...

 

10 of the best dog-friendly pubs in Staffordshire

If you're constantly finding yourself all alone at the pub, wishing that 'man's best friend' could join you, fear not... we've found some of the best pubs here in Staffordshire that will let your beloved mutt come with you! Because there's only so...

 

Isle of Man TT: Lincolnshire speedster Johnson has one eye on 2017 after latest quest

BROUGHTON speedster Gary Johnson is already planning for next year's TT – just a week on from his latest venture to the Isle of Man. The 35-year-old was forced to retire from the prestigious Senior race last Friday. However, a fifth-place finish in...

 

VIDEO & 360 PHOTO: Sheffield's Women of Steel dance in street as statue is unveiled

3 Have your say Sheffield''s brave Women Of Steel celebrated the unveiling of a statue in their honour after a lifetime wait by again showing their mettle - dancing and singing in the street. Many others, most of them now in their nineties, held back...

 
Members of Sheffield heroin and cocaine dealing gang sentenced in court

Members of Sheffield heroin and cocaine dealing gang sentenced in court

0 Have your say Members of a gang who sold large quantities of heroin and cocaine in Sheffield have appeared in court. Ten defendants, out of a total of 12, from the drug-dealing ring appeared in court to be sentenced for a range of drugs and firearms...

 
Sheffield’s Jess Ennis-Hill bids for glory at her final Olympics

Sheffield’s Jess Ennis-Hill bids for glory at her final Olympics

0 Have your say Sheffield’s golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill had admitted switching between being a mum and an Olympic athlete has been tough - but she wants to defend her title at Rio this summer and go out on a high. The 30-year-old, from Dore, has...

 

We won't let doctors switch off our baby's life support: Parents of terminally-ill boy who needs ventilator...

Clinging to his fluffy toy for comfort, this terminally ill baby is at the centre of a legal battle between his parents and the doctors who want to switch off his life-support machine. Frank Musselwhite, 39, and his partner Danielle Manuel, 22, were...

Daily Mail, 06:40 in Health
 

Euro 2016: Grimsby Town defender backs England/Italy to win the trophy

GRIMSBY Town defender Shaun Pearson reckons Italy could have a major say at Euro 2016 – but the patriot in him is also backing England. A late, late winner from Daniel Sturridge clinched three points for the Three Lions against Wales, in Lens, on...

 
Northampton jury finds man guilty of stabbing ex-girlfriend nine times in front of her children

Northampton jury finds man guilty of stabbing ex-girlfriend nine times in front of her children

Jurors and police officers wept in court as a Northamptonshire man was found guilty of stabbing his ex-partner in front of her children. Riza Guzelyurt, aged 30, attacked his ex-partner as she left her home in Coltsfoot Road, Rushden, with her two...

 
MPs: ‘Jo’s death won’t stop us doing our job’

MPs: ‘Jo’s death won’t stop us doing our job’

0 Have your say Politicians today pledged the brutal killing of MP Jo Cox will not stop them doing their job. Fylde and Wyre MPs paid tribute to the 41-year-old MP who was stabbed and shot in the street as she headed to a scheduled surgery in her...

 
Successful blogger shares his terrible dates to help other guys find love

Successful blogger shares his terrible dates to help other guys find love

TERRIBLE dates. We’ve all been on them. The weirdo off the internet who wears a fleece to a fancy bar. The friend of a friend who is a total blast and then disappears off the face of the earth. What most of us haven’t had the good sense to do is to...

 
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...

 


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