News archive from 19 January 2015

Pictures released of van used in Liversedge motorbike theft

Pictures released of van used in Liversedge motorbike theft

Police have released CCTV images of a white van that was used in the theft of a motorbike in Liversedge. The van’s occupants loaded a Triumph Trophy motorbike into a side door from outside a property in Halifax Road, Hightown, 9pm-10.10pm on Sunday...

 

Antony Cotton: 'Filming Coronation Street minibus crash was traumatic'

Antony, who plays Underworld machinist Sean Tully, said filming the crash was difficult because he and his fellow actors felt panicked in the claustrophobic bus. He told the Sun: "It was very claustrophobic. And once one person goes, ‘I need to...

 

Dumbledore, the seal found stranded in a Merseyside field before Christmas, has died

Dumbledore, the seal that was found stranded in a field in Newton-le-Willows before Christmas, has died. An RSPCA spokesman confirmed the news this afternoon. They said: “Sadly, despite all the highly-skilled care and attention he received from staff...

 
TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd fans VETO Bale, Wenger RULES out midfielder, Chelsea COMPLETE deal

TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd fans VETO Bale, Wenger RULES out midfielder, Chelsea COMPLETE deal

Manchester United fans have voted against signing Gareth Bale - the Real Madrid winger has been linked with a mega money move to Old Trafford, but supporters issued their their instruction to Louis van Gaal. The United fans instead want to keep David...

Daily Star, 16:25 in Sport
 
Andre Bright weeps in courts as he denies murder of Victoria Adams

Andre Bright weeps in courts as he denies murder of Victoria Adams

A dad-of-four accused of murdering the mother of one of his children wept in court as he denied the allegation. Andre Bright, 30, admitted that he was responsible for the death of Victoria Adams, but told a jury at Manchester Crown Court that he...

 

Resurgent retailers help FTSE to extend winning run

Electronics retailer Dixons Carphone rose 4.8 percent, one of the biggest risers in the FTSE 100 index, with traders citing optimism ahead of the company's first ever Christmas trading update following the merger of Dixons and Carphone Warehouse last...

Reuters, 16:25 in Business
 
Former Saudi oil boss says it can handle low price

Former Saudi oil boss says it can handle low price

Saudi Arabia can cope with low oil prices for "at least eight years", Saudi Arabia's minister of petroleum's former senior adviser has told the BBC. Mohammed al-Sabban said the country's policy was to defend its current market share by...

BBC, 16:25 in Business
 
Cash and jewellery stolen in Banbury break-in

Cash and jewellery stolen in Banbury break-in

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Banbury. The burglary took place between 8.20am and 5.45pm on Friday, January 16 in Neithrop Avenue. Offenders forced open conservatory doors to the rear of the property and stole...

 
Air Ambulance shop attacked by vandals

Air Ambulance shop attacked by vandals

A charity is facing costs of more than £1,000 after a Daventry clothing shop was vandalised twice over the weekend. The Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance shop, located on Foundry Walk, was attacked on Friday when one of its windows was...

 
Set sail for National Theatre’s Treasure Island show...without leaving Boston!

Set sail for National Theatre’s Treasure Island show...without leaving Boston!

Set sail for West End Cinema later this month with the National Theatre's live performance of Treasure Island. The company has brought Robert Louis Stevenson’s story of murder, money and mutiny to life in a thrilling new stage adaptation by Bryony...

 
Drink-driver was four times limit

Drink-driver was four times limit

A Bridlington woman has been warned she could face prison after she pleaded guilty to driving a car while almost four times the legal drink-drive limit. Sarah Quinn, 43, of Field Road, is seeking help for her alcohol problem, East Riding Magistrates’...

 
Cyclists not given easy ride say police

Cyclists not given easy ride say police

Police have denied allowing cyclists to flout the rules of the road in Skegness following criticism from a town councillor. Coun Gary Ellis claims to have has seen officers ignoring cyclists infringing traffic regulations. He said: “Many times...

 
Tory challenge on support for windfarms

Tory challenge on support for windfarms

A would-be MP in north Northumberland has challenged her opponents to condemn plans for thousands more publicly-subsidised wind turbines. Conservatives say that they are the only party that would end the public subsidy for newly-planned onshore wind...

 
Sunderland has ‘lowest number of businesses’ – but city leaders are confident of growth

Sunderland has ‘lowest number of businesses’ – but city leaders are confident of growth

CIVIC bosses remain confident Sunderland has a bright economic future, despite a new report which says it has fewer businesses per head of population than any other city in the UK. The Centre for Cities’ 2015 Cities Outlook report ranks Sunderland as...

 
Chorley doctor is suspended

Chorley doctor is suspended

A Chorley doctor has been suspended as an ongoing inquiry by the General Medical Council continues. Dr Matthew Gale was part of the Gale/Irizar practice at Chorley Health Centre, Collison Avenue. The GP, who was suspended on December 23, has worked as...

 


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