News archive from 26 November 2017, page 16

West Brom shouldn't be 'faffing about' near the relegation zone: Gary Megson's full transcript

Gary Megson is the man in the West Bromwich Albion hotseat - if only on an interim basis. Megson helped Albion stop the rot with an encouraging 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley. Here's what the Baggies caretaker boss had to say: Succeeded...

 
Stir-up Sunday: 5 gluten-free and dairy-free Christmas cake and pudding recipes

Stir-up Sunday: 5 gluten-free and dairy-free Christmas cake and pudding recipes

Stir-up Sunday is a traditional day to create a Christmas pudding and always falls on the last Sunday in November. Rather than make a Christmas pudding, I tend to use the day to make our Christmas cake, giving it plenty of time to seep up the alcohol...

Metro, 08:11 in Lifestyle
 
Man Utd News: Shaw to join Newcastle, Mourinho praises Brighton, Carrick to become coach

Man Utd News: Shaw to join Newcastle, Mourinho praises Brighton, Carrick to become coach

Jose Mourinho admits his side did not deserve to beat Brighton yesterday. He said: "I want to be honest and give them what they deserve, for me probably they deserve more than the result they got. “They played really well, they had a good...

Daily Star, 08:11 in Sport
 

Huddersfield groups join plan to tackle Yorkshire's high suicide rate

Every suicide can potentially be prevented. That’s the ethos behind a new campaign to dramatically reduce suicide rates in West Yorkshire launched by organisations including Kirklees and Calderdale NHS groups. The zero suicide approach treats all...

 

Nick Dunn's sister hopes 'justice prevails' as former Ashington solider prepares to learn his fate

She has fought tirelessly for four years to secure her brother’s freedom. Now, Lisa Dunn faces an agonising wait as former soldier Nick Dunn prepares to find out on Monday if he can finally return home. Loved ones of Mr Dunn and five other men, known...

 

Feeling rough? Geordies spend more on boozy nights out and hangover cures than anywhere else

Guzzling Geordies are top of a league list of how much we spend on a night out - and recovering with a food hangover cure. Circle, an app which aims to keep splashing out on booze under control, says their survey shows North East drinkers are the...

 

Can it ever get cold enough for the Tyne to freeze? You better believe it

It’s cold, and it’s getting colder, but will it ever get cold enough for the River Tyne to freeze over? The answer is yes - it’s happened before and it could happen again. The Met Office says the upper reaches of the Tyne are most likely to freeze...

 
How an equal rights activist went from sharing a cell with Nelson Mandela to a life in Tynemouth

How an equal rights activist went from sharing a cell with Nelson Mandela to a life in Tynemouth

His desire for change saw him share a cell with the late, great Nelson Mandela. Zola Zembe was a trade union organiser in South Africa, calling for equal rights for black workers as a member of the African National Congress (ANC), when he was...

 
Public sector pay freeze has hit Burnley's economy by a whopping £83m.

Public sector pay freeze has hit Burnley's economy by a whopping £83m.

Shocking new figures have revealed that the public sector pay cap has reduced spending power in Burnley by a massive £83.8m. in the last seven years. The analysis, published by the TUC union, shows that public-sector workers are earning, on average,...

 
Botox clinic boss harassed by ex

Botox clinic boss harassed by ex

A botox clinic boss was harassed by her ex partner, who repeatedly rang her with tales of woe after a boozing spree, a court heard. Jobless Daniel Whillock (42) persisted in making unwanted phone calls to Julie Pawson, "whingeing and...

 
Botox clinic boss harassed by ex

Botox clinic boss harassed by ex

A botox clinic boss was harassed by her ex partner, who repeatedly rang her with tales of woe after a boozing spree, a court heard. Jobless Daniel Whillock (42) persisted in making unwanted phone calls to Julie Pawson, "whingeing and...

 
Students rise to the challenge of fun packed activity day

Students rise to the challenge of fun packed activity day

A day of challenges and problem solving exercises helped students from Ribblesdale High School in Clitheroe to improve their life skills. They students enjoyed the day at Waddow Hall in Clitheroe as part of the Prince's Trust Achieve group. From a...

 
Young rangers are wanted for coast care work

Young rangers are wanted for coast care work

Teenagers in north Northumberland are being asked to make coastal conservation one of their New Year’s resolutions. Coast Care Northumberland has teamed up with the Seahouses Development Trust for the return of its Young Rangers programme – and it’s...

 
Salvation Army aims to help young and old this Christmas

Salvation Army aims to help young and old this Christmas

The Salvation Army in Berwick is appealing for support with two seasonal campaigns. Its toy appeal aims to make Christmas special for families in the surrounding area, some of whom have very little to give their children this year. A presents appeal...

 
New deal will see £700k investment in hospitals

New deal will see £700k investment in hospitals

A new deal is set to see Pilgrim Hospital receive part of a £700k investment as the trust which runs it has partnered with a national catering company. United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) has enlisted CH&Co, which also has services in...

 


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