News archive from 23 June 2012, page 2

Bingo thanks

We would like to say a very big thank you to all who supported our bingo at the WI hall in Holbeach in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Thanks to all who attended, the helpers and those who donated raffle prizes. It was very much appreciated. Our next...

 

Turkey says Syria shot down plane

Turkey said its air force jet that disappeared over the Mediterranean Sea was shot down by Syria, in an action likely to exacerbate already strained relations between the neighbouring countries. A statement following a two-hour security meeting led by...

 

Cut above the rest

LOCAL teenager James May had every reason to let his hair down at the annual agricultural extravaganza, the Three Counties Show, at the weekend but ended up with a lot less hair than he arrived with. That’s because 17-year-old James from Tardebigge...

 

Farming can aid economy

DESPITE atrocious weather the annual Three Counties Show at Malvern proved the British bulldog spirit is alive and well despite the rain and mud, and it also provided further evidence that farming can be part of the country’s economic fight-back....

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

News Olympic Torch Live Local news Business Jobs Apprenticeships Health Behind the headlines Yorkshire & Humber news National news Showbiz news Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle What's on Reviews Motoring Property News Bingo Reader Travel...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Meals blog girl raises £100,000

A schoolgirl who was banned by her council from blogging about her school meals has helped raise £100,000 for a charity that feeds poverty-stricken children. Martha Payne, nine, was told she could no longer take photos of her school lunches for her...

 

Chairman reappointed

THE council of governors at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have unanimously reappointed Eileen Ziemer as Trust chairman for a three-year term. Eileen, from Fulbeck, has been chairman of the Trust since April 2009. During her career,...

 
DRAGONS RETURN TO FORM

DRAGONS RETURN TO FORM

It extended the French side's run over the Robins to four games and saw them return to winning ways after successive defeats to Salford and Wigan. Trent Robinson labelled his side's performance against the Reds as disgraceful, but he would have been...

 
REDS STUNNED BY SAINTS COMEBACK

REDS STUNNED BY SAINTS COMEBACK

The Reds conceded 38 points without reply in going down 38-10 at Langtree Park in February and there was a touch of deja vu as they were once more unable to maintain their early promise, with Saints finishing strongly at the City of Salford Stadium....

 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
        1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30