News archive from 21 February 2015, page 16

Grimsby Town @ Barnet: Will it be a Jolley day out for Christian?

Grimsby Town @ Barnet: Will it be a Jolley day out for Christian?

PAUL Hurst is yet to decide whether to 'have another look' at Christian Jolley up front against Barnet this afternoon (3pm). Ollie Palmer will again be forced to sit out the game at the Hive as he continues to struggle with the hamstring complaint...

 
Bravery awards for Derbyshire police pair who saved driver from blazing car

Bravery awards for Derbyshire police pair who saved driver from blazing car

TWO hero cops who battled to save a would-be suicide from his blazing car are to receive national life-saving honours. PC Karl Mawdesley and Johnathan Terry, of Derbyshire police, risked their lives on the A50 near Shardlow on the morning of August 23...

 
BIG MATCH LIVE: Barnet v Grimsby Town (3pm)

BIG MATCH LIVE: Barnet v Grimsby Town (3pm)

Live Blog BIG MATCH LIVE: Barnet v Grimsby Town (3pm) - Live and interactive! GRIMSBY Town head to Barnet this afternoon, looking to do the double over the league leaders. The Mariners put in a stunning performance to beat Martin Allen's side 3-1 in...

 
Humberside Police helicopter base to close

Humberside Police helicopter base to close

Humberside Police is set to lose its helicopter base next year, when the force joins the National Police Air Service (NPAS). A spokesman for the NPAS has told the BBC that the existing base at Humberside Airport is expected to close in September...

 

Derby's Moorways Stadium could be saved as clubs link up

DERBY Athletic Club wants to take over the city's Moorways Sports Centre and has other organisations interested in helping with a bid. The popular venue, which is currently run by Derby City Council, is due to close on Tuesday, March 31, at 10.30pm...

 
Additional spaces call for station

Additional spaces call for station

Two organisations are being urged to push for an increase in car parking at Morpeth Railway Station. Town councillors made the plea when discussing plans by the Greater Morpeth Development Trust (GMDT) for a £1million revamp of the Grade II listed...

 

100 firefighters at warehouse blaze

Almost 100 firefighters and 15 fire engines were called to tackle a blaze overnight which destroyed a storage warehouse. Two other units and three lorries were also damaged by the fire, which sparked more than 50 emergency calls to the fire brigade...

 
Skate park design is selected

Skate park design is selected

Work on a long-awaited youth facility in Pegswood is set to start soon after councillors agreed to go ahead with a revised scheme. The parish council has been working on plans for a new skate park for a number of months and more than £50,000 has been...

 

100 firefighters at warehouse blaze

Almost 100 firefighters and 15 fire engines were called to tackle a blaze overnight which destroyed a storage warehouse. Two other units and three lorries were also damaged by the fire, which sparked more than 50 emergency calls to the fire brigade...

 
Boutique hotel plan for old bank building in Silver Street, Hull Old Town

Boutique hotel plan for old bank building in Silver Street, Hull Old Town

A BOUTIQUE hotel is being considered for a former bank in Silver Street, Hull city centre. The owners of the building are understood to be preparing a planning application to convert the premises for hotel use. Earlier this month, the Mail revealed...

 
Yours for just £3.375 million

Yours for just £3.375 million

One of Harrogate's most exclusive addresses has been sold for a record sum. The sale of The Esplanade on Montpellier Hill fetched £3.375million, believed to be the Harrogate District’s most expensive residential property deal. The three houses on a...

 
Illegal parkers beware... Wakefield Council wants new powers

Illegal parkers beware... Wakefield Council wants new powers

Council bosses hope to get more powers to tackle illegal parking around the district. Wakefield Council is preparing to apply to the government to take over responsibilty for enforcing on-street parking from the police. Parking violations would be...

 
In the courts of Lincolnshire...

In the courts of Lincolnshire...

Luke William Michael Goddard, 25, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to being drunk of disorderly behaviour in a public place. He was given a conditional discharge for six months, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £85. Craig Brian...

 
Aston Villa v Stoke City: Meet the Villains ahead of today's big clash

Aston Villa v Stoke City: Meet the Villains ahead of today's big clash

BRAD GUZAN The 30 year-old American should return after stepping aside for Shay Given for last weekend's FA Cup win over Leicester. Recently enjoyed his 100th league start for the club and his clean sheet at Stoke on the opening day was the first of...

 
Harry Kane wouldn't be the player he is now if it wasn't for me - Tim Sherwood

Harry Kane wouldn't be the player he is now if it wasn't for me - Tim Sherwood

Newly appointed Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood reckons his old club Tottenham have him to thank for Harry Kane's shot to stardom - not Mauricio Pochettino. Sherwood adopted a youth policy when he took first-team responsibilities after Andre...

 


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