News archive from 21 January 2015, page 16

LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Travel disruption in Derbyshire

LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Travel disruption in Derbyshire

Commuters in Derbyshire are being warned about the following snow-related delays and disruptions to travel today. Road closures The Snake Pass is CLOSED. Police are advising motorists to AVOID the Cat and Fiddle between Buxton and Macclesfield. There...

 
LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Derbyshire school closures

LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Derbyshire school closures

This page will list schools which have notified Derbyshire County Council that they are closed today because of snow. Keep checking back for any updates.

 

Jamie Murray and John Peers book place in second round after three set victory over Maximo Gonzalez and...

Jamie Murray did his hopes of a Davis Cup recall no harm as the British doubles expert and John Peers won their first-round match at the Australian Open on Wednesday. In a tight men's doubles opener at Melbourne Park, 16th seeds Murray and Peers...

Daily Mail, 05:56 in Sport
 

Maria Sharapova forced to fightback in third set against Alexandra Panova before booking third round place

Maria Sharapova survived a second-round scare as she saved two match points against world No 150 Alexandra Panova before completing the comeback to progress to the last 32 of the Australian Open. The world No 2 was on the brink of a shock defeat at...

Daily Mail, 05:56 in Sport
 
LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Travel disruption in Derbyshire

LIVE SNOW UPDATES: Travel disruption in Derbyshire

Commuters in Derbyshire are being warned about the following snow-related delays and disruptions to travel today. Road closures The Snake Pass is CLOSED. Police are advising motorists to AVOID the Cat and Fiddle between Buxton and Macclesfield. There...

 

Bailiffs move in on protest camp

Police arrested three men during the demolition and removal of a protest camp set up by environmental campaigners at Crawberry Hill, Walkington. Officers had been called in to keep the peace after East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) sent in a team...

 
More snow on the way

More snow on the way

The Met Office has issued another weather warning as outbreaks of sleet and snow are forecast for tonight (Tuesday January 20) and tomorrow morning (Wednesday January 21). A yellow warning for snow has been issued for North Yorkshire and the Met...

 
Osborne backs Solihull's right to decide its future

Osborne backs Solihull's right to decide its future

Chancellor George Osborne has backed Solihull's stance as the borough's council continues to stand in the way of a West Midlands combined authority. The Government has put pressure on the region to create a new authority to work together on matters...

 
Sleaford man fined £800 for not putting overflowing bins out for collection

Sleaford man fined £800 for not putting overflowing bins out for collection

A man who failed to put his overflowing bins out for collection after claiming other people had been filling them with rubbish has been fined by magistrates. North Kesteven District Council had to arrange three special collections of the bins that...

 
SNOW: Derbyshire wakes up to potentially hazardous winter wonderland

SNOW: Derbyshire wakes up to potentially hazardous winter wonderland

Heavy snow has blanketed Derbyshire overnight - and forecasters say more is on the way. Residents across the county are waking up to what could be an especially hazardous winter’s morning. A Met Office ‘be aware’ snow warning is in force in Derbyshire...

 
Event in Wakefield to commemorate anniversary of end of miners’ strike

Event in Wakefield to commemorate anniversary of end of miners’ strike

FILM, drama and debate will feature at a national event to be held in West Yorkshire to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the end of the miners' strike. The ‘With Banners Held High’ event on Saturday March 7 will held at Unity Hall in Wakefield,...

 
BBC Question Time panel revealed for episode at Glyndwr University Wrexham

BBC Question Time panel revealed for episode at Glyndwr University Wrexham

The panel has been announced for next week’s BBC Question Time at Glyndwr University. Culture Secretary Sajid Javid MP, former Secretary of State for Wales Peter Hain MP, and businesswoman and Dragons’ Den star Hilary Devey will be the guests for the...

 
Your chance to run the London marathon for charity

Your chance to run the London marathon for charity

Local marathon runners who might be interested in taking part in this year's London marathon, are being encouraged to sign up to take the challenge on behalf of a national charity. Sense, the national deafblind charity, is offering budding athletes...

 

Al-Madinah: Controversial Derby primary faith free school no longer needs special measures

A CONTROVERSIAL Derby primary school has been told it no longer needs special measures - 14 months after Government ministers stepped in because it was failing. Al-Madinah School, which was Derby's first faith free school, opened in 2012 but,...

 
EUROMILLIONS RESULTS: What are the winning numbers for Tuesday, January 20?

EUROMILLIONS RESULTS: What are the winning numbers for Tuesday, January 20?

THE Euromillions draw has been made for Tuesday, January 20, 2015 - are you a winner? There was an estimated £24 million double rollover jackpot up for grabs on the Euromillions draw, with thousands scrabbling for a winning ticket. Plus, there was one...

 


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