News archive from 24 September 2016, page 16

Murdered Jason Kowalski was secretly helping Hull homeless - now family will carry on his work

He died protecting his friends and was always on hand to help others in need. And now the twin sister and a lifelong friend of murder victim Jason Kowalski have launched a fundraising campaign to support the people and causes he did. Mr Kowalski, 39,...

 

Helen Millard inquest: More observations by Humber staff at Westlands 'would have prevented death'

An expert in psychiatry told a coroner a woman's death would have been prevented if staff at a Hull mental health unit had checked on her more than once an hour. Helen Millard, 30, died after she was found hanging in the bathroom of Westlands, an...

 
Chester Freshers: How parents can survive Freshers Week

Chester Freshers: How parents can survive Freshers Week

Thousands of students are preparing for their first few weeks at university. And their parents are preparing for the weeks of worry that lie ahead. For many parents, the mere mention of Freshers Week can spark a mixture of stomach-churning dread and...

 

Jand Christie Mum’s the word There comes a time to run

I’m walking home when a car stops beside me. It’s a friend from across the bridge. “I was round the corner, thought I’d drop by for a cup of tea.” Oh good. Oh no. This morning Youngest Child described the house as “an explosion in a laundrette”. A...

 

Family's tribute to 48-year-old foster carer who suffered a rare fatal reaction

A MAN who fostered more than 50 children in Grimsby tragically died after apparently suffering a rare fatal reaction to chemicals used during a routine hospital procedure. Nigel Bennett, 48, died four weeks after he went for a scan on his kidneys. His...

 

'All we wanted was an apology' - mum of 11-year-old Jodie Rogers loses appeal over charges

"WE HAVE never had a sorry – not even a year later has there been any kind of apology." The words of heartbroken mum Nicola Rogers who has lost her appeal to see the driver involved in the fatal collision that killed her daughter charged....

 

Talks over future of Pleasure Island site to take place next week

TALKS are due to be held next week on the future of Pleasure Island theme park in Cleethorpes. North East Lincolnshire Council officials will begin discussions with the owners of the family-run business about the impact of the shock closure announced...

 

Mansfield Town v Grimsby Town BUILD UP: Hurst wants to use away fans as inspiration

MARINERS boss Paul Hurst wants his side to draw inspiration from the SOLD OUT away end at Mansfield Town (12.15pm). Already boasting the second highest average attendance in League Two, Grimsby Town will be cheered on by 1,595 supporters at Field...

 

Grimsby Town loanee Dominic Vose urges Mariners to return to winning ways at Field Mill

LOAN midfielder Dominic Vose is confident Grimsby Town will bounce back to form at Mansfield Town this afternoon A week on from their 2-0 defeat against Crewe Alexandra, the Mariners return to League Two action in the lunchtime kick-off (12.15pm)....

 

Is this the best man cave in Grimsby?

IS THIS the ultimate man cave? Grimsby man Jase Hare knew he could transform his spare room into something special – and his fantastic "gentleman's bar" has even attracted upcoming bands from across the country. The home-made bar, The Hare...

 

Sex offender repeatedly breached order - including spending time at house where boy lived

A SEX offender repeatedly breached restrictions including spending time at a house where a child lived, a court heard. Peter Stainton, 27, was in the company of a child of a woman he met online and also had a picture taken with the boy. At Grimsby...

 

First look inside stylish Maritime Court development

ONLY eight of the superb luxury retirement apartments at Maritime Court, Cleethorpes, are still available to buy – after plenty of interest was shown by local people. There were originally 40 of them – but even one of the show apartments has just been...

 

8 animal farms and parks to take the children to this autumn

THERE are lots of places to take the children for a day out and meet new friends. And with the weather staying nice and warm, let's make the most of it. You never know, it might be raining at half-term. Animal farms are a great place to visit with...

 

Train like Tarzan in Hull's most unusual gym

Wannabe Tarzans and Janes are being invited to shun slick, modern-day gyms. Tree surgeon James Farmery has built his own 'jungle' gym, dedicated to the latest exercise craze sweeping Britain - calisthenics. Essentially, the key principle behind the...

 

'Out of control' Matthew Feeney invited police to shoot him after rampage

A man "demanded" police shoot him when he ended two weeks of mayhem by telling them where to find him. Matthew Feeney, 27, was "out of control" during 12 days in August, assaulting people, smashing a pub up, and kicking his...

 


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