News archive from 23 November 2016

Australian teenager Jamie Murphy arrested in Bali over drug claim

Australian teenager Jamie Murphy arrested in Bali over drug claim

An Australian teenager could face up to 12 years in jail after being arrested in Bali, Indonesia, on suspicion of possessing a drug. Jamie Murphy, 18, was detained at the Sky Garden nightclub at Kuta beach about 01:00 local time on Tuesday. The Perth...

BBC, 00:02 in World News
 
Arsene Wenger challenges Arsenal to match Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Barcelona in clash v Paris Saint-Germain

Arsene Wenger challenges Arsenal to match Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Barcelona in clash v...

Arsene Wenger has challenged Arsenal to prove they can compete with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona when they face Paris Saint-Germain. The Arsenal boss has been impressed with his side’s performances in Europe’s premier competition this...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Winners of North East England Tourism Awards announced

Tourism businesses from across the North East were celebrated last night as the winners of the North East England Tourism Awards were announced at a ceremony in Newcastle. Alfie Joey, BBC Radio Newcastle breakfast show presenter, hosted the awards,...

 

Northumberland flooding latest updates: As it happens

Heavy rain is causing disruption throughout Northumberland this morning. Keep checking for latest news. 1.15pm: Rothbury - Coun Steven Bridgett posted on Facebook: ‘Rowhope and Trows burns still rising in the Upper Coquet Valley. Here is the latest...

 

Cheers for your support

A cheque of £5,700 was presented to HospiceCare North Northumberland. The cash was raised at last month’s Red Lion Beer Festival, in Alnmouth, which was sponsored by Jobling Purser and attracted record numbers. The previous year’s event raised £5,000...

 

Early-bird entry opens for sports weekend

Runners and riders are being given an opportunity to save money when entering one of the North East’s most beautiful sporting events, the Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon Weekend 2017. The opening of entries to the 2017 sporting event comes as...

 

Former councillor ‘killed in hit-and-run’ after King Tut trip

A former councillor and loving family man was killed in a hit-and-run smash after visiting the famous Valley of the Kings in Egypt, it has today emerged. John Traynor had emergency surgery following the crash, which happened on Friday following a...

 

Autumn Statement: Hammond to push ahead with tax cuts

The government will push ahead with tax cuts despite worsening public finances, Chancellor Philip Hammond will confirm today when his delivers the Autumn Statement. Announcing a suite of measures designed to help “ordinary working-class people”, Mr...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Politics
 
NHS 'struggling to cope' with increase in people undergoing cancer tests

NHS 'struggling to cope' with increase in people undergoing cancer tests

NHS pathology services cannot keep up with the increasing number of samples being taken from the growing number of people being tested for cancer, raising fears that some will be diagnosed late. That is the conclusion of a report published on...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 

Northumberland flooding latest updates: As it happens

Heavy rain is causing disruption throughout Northumberland this morning. Keep checking for latest news. 1.15pm: Rothbury - Coun Steven Bridgett posted on Facebook: ‘Rowhope and Trows burns still rising in the Upper Coquet Valley. Here is the latest...

 
NHS cancer testing service 'at breaking point'

NHS cancer testing service 'at breaking point'

Pathology departments in NHS hospitals around the UK are struggling to cope with rising requests for cancer tests, Cancer Research UK has warned. Without more staff to meet the demand, long waits for test results could become the norm, says the...

BBC, 00:13 in Regional
 
Tech firms seek to frustrate internet history log law

Tech firms seek to frustrate internet history log law

Plans to keep a record of UK citizens' online activities face a challenge from tech firms seeking to offer ways to hide people's browser histories. Internet providers will soon be required to record which services their customers' devices connect to -...

BBC, 00:13 in Regional
 

Firefighters deal with fire in Elldawn Avenue in Milton

Firefighters have been battling a blaze in the back bedroom of a house this evening. Crews from Hanley, Sandyford and Burslem were called to the fire, on Elldawn Avenue, Milton, at 9.38pm. One resident, an elderly man, is believed to have suffered...

 

Ex-England footballer Paul Stewart 'says he was sexually abused by coach every day for four years between...

Former England player Paul Stewart has revealed that he was sexually assaulted ‘every day for four years’ by a youth coach. Now 52, Stewart, whose career saw big-money moves from Manchester City to Tottenham and then Liverpool, says he was attacked...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

Hammond told: End civil service jobs slaughter

Tory cull leaves service at its lowest level since WWII CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond has been urged to announce a reversal of public-sector job losses in his Autumn Statement today. More than a fifth of government workers have been made redundant since...

 


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