News archive from 21 April 2012

Pendle schools set to become academies

By Nafeesa Shan , Reporter SCHOOLS in Pendle look set to become academies following talks with their governing bodies. Colne Primet High School has announced that it is has secured the initial approval from the Department for Education to convert...

 
EXCLUSIVE: Wirral Council reveals how much its new trouble-shooter is worth

EXCLUSIVE: Wirral Council reveals how much its new trouble-shooter is worth

Exclusive By Leigh Marles, Editor The trouble-shooter brought in to help sort out Wirral Council's governance problems is being paid an impressive £1,200 per day, a Freedom of Information request has shown. Michael Frater was drafted in by the...

 

David Cameron chooses Carlisle to signal rise of the apprentice

The Prime Minister chose Carlisle to deliver a major policy speech on apprenticeships and vocational training. David Cameron at System Training with apprentices Graham Kinnon, left and Abbie Smith and assessor Peter Craig David Cameron outlined the...

 

Pendle schools set to become academies

By Nafeesa Shan , Reporter SCHOOLS in Pendle look set to become academies following talks with their governing bodies. Colne Primet High School has announced that it is has secured the initial approval from the Department for Education to convert...

 

Grandson of Blackburn Rover's star wants memorabilia back

THE grandson of a Blackburn Rovers star of the early 20th-century wants his grandad’s memorabilia back - as he doesn’t trust the club’s owners to keep them safe. Wattie Aitkenhead played for Blackburn Rovers from 1906 to 1918, winning two league...

 

Setback for Crewe Town Council campaigners

CAMPAIGNERS fighting for a Crewe Town Council received a setback last night after Cheshire East voted to defer the decision on setting up the new authority for a month.Cllr Andrew Martin (Conservative) told councillors at last night's full council...

 
Liverpool Sea Odyssey Giant Spectacular Day One round-up with words, giant picture gallery and videos

Liverpool Sea Odyssey Giant Spectacular Day One round-up with words, giant picture gallery and videos

Buy This Photo » Photographers take pictures of the slumbering giant and her pet dog in Stanley Park ahead of the start of the three-day Sea Odyssey giant spectacular Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY Buy This Photo » The Sea Odyssey begins in Stanley Park,...

 

Grandson of Blackburn Rover's star wants memorabilia back

THE grandson of a Blackburn Rovers star of the early 20th-century wants his grandad’s memorabilia back - as he doesn’t trust the club’s owners to keep them safe. Wattie Aitkenhead played for Blackburn Rovers from 1906 to 1918, winning two league...

 

Williams in trouble over comments

Mark Williams embarrassed snooker chiefs on the eve of the Betfred.com World Championship by launching a withering attack on the flagship Crucible venue and saying he hoped the tournament would move to China. World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn swiftly...

People, 22:19 in Sport
 

'Last chance weekend' for Rangers groups

However, the towing tycoon left the door open for rivals by suspending his bid until Monday and Paul Murray's Blue Knights consortium held further discussions with administrators and potential backers Ticketus. And there is a huge amount of...

 

Williams in trouble over comments

Mark Williams embarrassed snooker chiefs on the eve of the Betfred.com World Championship by launching a withering attack on the flagship Crucible venue and saying he hoped the tournament would move to China. World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn swiftly...

Daily Post, 22:22 in Sport
 

Anger over UK's £10bn extra to IMF

George Osborne faces fury from the Tory back benches after he announced Britain is to commit another £10 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The Chancellor said the increased funding was vital to protect jobs and growth in this country....

 

Labour in electricity discount plan

Labour could bulk-buy electricity to sell at a discount in an effort to show the party can help people despite being out of power, it has been revealed. Ed Miliband praised the proposal as "outstanding" and embodying the concept of...

 

Three arrests made at Chorley v Chester FC game but police praise supporters

LANCASHIRE Constabulary have confirmed three arrests were made when Chester FC clashed with Chorley on Wednesday night (April 18).But they praised both sets of supporters for their good behaviour before and after the match, which the Blues won 2-0 in...

 

Labour in electricity discount plan

Labour could bulk-buy electricity to sell at a discount in an effort to show the party can help people despite being out of power, it has been revealed. Ed Miliband praised the proposal as "outstanding" and embodying the concept of...

 


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