News archive from 24 April 2017, page 18

Daughter’s tribute to late mum

A Donington woman has marked the 10th anniversary of her mother’s death from cancer by raising, in one night, almost £2,000 for support against the disease. Samantha Danyluk, 32, collected the sum through a ladies night at the Donington Community...

 

Police name victim of fatal crash near Brackley

0 Have your say Police have named a man who died following a road traffic collision near Brackley. He was Jon Milenkovic, 27, of High Street, Croughton, Northamptonshire. Officers were called to the collision, near the Duck End junction in...

 

COMMENT: Property market could stall until after election

The country is unmoved, literally, by another election. There seems to be a new summer trend in the UK – get the country out to vote! In 2014 it was the Scottish independence referendum grabbing attention while in 2015 the whole country turned out to...

 

Cruise into May with WiRE Leicestershire and Rutland

A business network for women in Leicestershire and Rutland is hitting the water at its May meeting. Women in Rural Enterprise (WiRE) Leicestershire and Rutland, which launched across the counties in February is working with local photography, art and...

 

Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

0 Have your say What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes. Police had issued a warning over fake versions of the new £5 notes - despite claims it was impossible to copy....

 

Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes. Police had issued a warning over fake versions of the new £5 notes - despite claims it was impossible to copy. Officers issued the...

 

Choosing your best social profile pic? Ask a stranger

0 Have your say If you’re having difficulty choosing the most flattering pictures for your online profile - then let a stranger decide, suggests new research. With more of our lives spent online from getting a job to seeking romance, having the right...

 

Budget supermarket chain Lidl to help prevent child abuse

0 Have your say The NSPCC has teamed up with Lidl for a campaign aiming to keep children safe from abuse. The long-term commitment from the supermarket aims to enable the charity to reach one million children with its ‘Speak Out Stay Safe’ primary...

 

Rainford to host it’s first-ever music festival

Rainford is all set to rock into the summer with a first ever Music Festival. The Picnic in the Park event - which takes place on Saturday, June 3 - is a collaboration between Rainford Rangers Football Club, Rainford Tennis Club, Rainford Cricket Club...

 

Choosing your best social profile pic? Ask a stranger

If you’re having difficulty choosing the most flattering pictures for your online profile - then let a stranger decide, suggests new research. With more of our lives spent online from getting a job to seeking romance, having the right profile picture...

 

Budget supermarket chain Lidl to help prevent child abuse

The NSPCC has teamed up with Lidl for a campaign aiming to keep children safe from abuse. The long-term commitment from the supermarket aims to enable the charity to reach one million children with its ‘Speak Out Stay Safe’ primary school programme....

 

NOSTALGIA: Sun shines on parade

Glorious weather in April 1988 helped to make the Scouts’ St George’s Day Parade a memorable occasion. The town’s Scouts and Guides were all out in full force, led by the Daventry’s Air Training Corps. The 260 scouts left the St James Street car park...

 

Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes. Police had issued a warning over fake versions of the new £5 notes - despite claims it was impossible to copy. Officers issued the...

 

Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes. Police had issued a warning over fake versions of the new £5 notes - despite claims it was impossible to copy. Officers issued the...

 

Acid attack suspect arrested in Rushden

A man who police have been trying to track down for almost a week has been arrested in Rushden. Arthur Collins, 25, was wanted by the Metropolitan Police in connection with an incident in a London nightclub. The investigation began after police were...

 


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