News archive from 18 June 2016, page 21

Daventry town and district ready to welcome world-class cyclists for the Aviva Women’s Tour

0 Have your say The district is getting ready to welcome and celebrate some of the world’s top female cyclists as the Women’s Tour visits Daventry for the first time. Riders will start the 113km route in Northampton town centre at 10.45am on Sunday,...

 

From The Who to The Specials: 11 top acts within an hour's drive you can still buy tickets for

THERE are plenty of great acts playing Scunthorpe this year, but if you are willing to go slightly further afield, you will discover some even bigger names. Let's start with The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe who have some big names playing this year....

 

Murder detective jailed for 584 indecent images of children as young as 18 months old

A MURDER detective is awaiting his fate after sentencing for possession of indecent images of children was adjourned. Detective Constable Kenneth Dymond, 36, of Magna Mile, Ludford, near Market Rasen, admitted ten charges of making an indecent...

 

Jo Cox death: Local tributes to MP who tragically died after attack

GRIMSBY MP Melanie Onn has paid tribute to Jo Cox after the West Yorkshire MP died following an attack in her constituency. The tribute came after two debates on Europe due to be held in Grimsby were cancelled. A debate involving the two North East...

 

Grimsby In Bloom pulls out of national competition

GRIMSBY will not be entering the regional competition East Midlands In Bloom 2016 due to a lack of funds. Campaigners aiming to win gold for Grimsby again said they had a massive shortfall in the sum they needed. Although around £1,000 was donated by...

 

Bring out your picnic baskets! It's National Picnic Week so try out these recipes

It's time to dust off the old picnic blanket and enjoy one of the UK's most enjoyable summer traditions - picnicing! This week is National Picnic Week and to celebrate, here's a some tasty dishes to try out at home for when you next venture into the...

 

Revealed: How mothers are forced to give birth in car parks, lifts and toilets due to midwife and bed shortage

Women are having babies in hospital lifts, corridors, car parks and toilets amid a desperate shortage of midwives and beds, a Daily Mail investigation has found. Hundreds of others are being turned away from over-stretched maternity units altogether...

Daily Mail, 07:15 in Health
 
In or out? As the EU referendum looms, it’s time to decide...

In or out? As the EU referendum looms, it’s time to decide...

0 Have your say After months of campaigning, there is now less than a week to go until voters will have their say on whether or not the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union. It’s a subject which has dominated the letters page of...

 
Fears for distressed young woman seen getting into a van in Cleckheaton

Fears for distressed young woman seen getting into a van in Cleckheaton

0 Have your say Fears have been raised for the safety of a young woman seen in a distressed state with no shoes on in Cleckheaton this morning (Friday). Police are trying to track down the woman, thought to be called Bethany, who reportedly had...

 
Musical event in aid of Sue Ryder

Musical event in aid of Sue Ryder

0 Have your say A fundraising evening of music and laughter in aid of Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Longthorpe, Peterborough is being held at Stamford Corn Exchange on Saturday, next week. ‘A Concert for Sue’ will be performed by the Stamford Corn...

 

England boss Hodgson salutes 'special' Sturridge after striker's rescue act

Roy Hodgson has described Daniel Sturridge as a "special player" and hopes the England striker will prove key for the rest of Euro 2016. Reduced to a watching brief as the Group B opener against Russia finished 1-1, England's position looked...

 

Many new fathers not getting paternity pay, TUC says

Almost one in five new fathers have missed out on paternity pay, mainly because they are self-employed, according to a new study. Around 130,000 men did not qualify for two weeks' statutory paternity pay, with around 100,000 working for themselves,...

 

Hull City transfer rumours: Can Tigers afford Robbie Brady from Norwich City?

Our daily blog with the latest news and gossip about Hull City as they prepare for their return to the Premier League. If recent rumours are to be believed Hull City would be interested in bringing Robbie Brady back to the club. That may be the case,...

 
Euro 2016: What Ashley Williams told Wales huddle after England defeat

Euro 2016: What Ashley Williams told Wales huddle after England defeat

Ashley Williams has revealed the words he used in an emotional post-game huddle in Lens that reminded Wales they've come too far to let it all go now. The centre-back rallied the Welsh ranks in the immediate aftermath of injury-time defeat to England...

Daily Post, 07:20 in Sport
 
Christian Karembeu wishes Middlesbrough success on their Premier League return

Christian Karembeu wishes Middlesbrough success on their Premier League return

0 Have your say World Cup winner Christian Karembeu hopes Middlesbrough can be a success on their Premier League return. The French superstar joined Boro from Real Madrid in 2000 and spent a season at the Riverside, scoring four goals in 36...

 


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