News archive from 27 November 2014, page 16

Kelham Hall to be sold and become hotel and conference centre

Kelham Hall to be sold and become hotel and conference centre

KELHAM Hall is set to be turned into a hotel, spa and conference centre after Newark and Sherwood District Council agreed to sell the Grade I listed building. The council has used the building for the past 40 years and the new plans will create up to...

 
Shock after knife incident in Bulwell

Shock after knife incident in Bulwell

BULWELL residents have spoken of their disbelief after an incident in which a man entered a house with a knife. Nottinghamshire Police confirmed that they were called to Walnut Tree Gardens at around 10.40pm on Tuesday. As a result, a 25-year-old man...

 
Beatha Uwazaninka: Some things you can't shop online for

Beatha Uwazaninka: Some things you can't shop online for

TOMORROW is Black Friday, according to Americans - and now us, it seems - supposedly the start of the Christmas shopping season and a chance for shops to discount goods. Then in four days' time it will be Cyber Monday, supposedly the busiest online...

 
S Support available for carers

S Support available for carers

Practical support is being made available to help Dearne carers continue to provide essential support to loved ones. Doncaster Council with the Carers Forum and Doncaster CCG has organised an event to support Carers Rights Day on November 28 from...

 

Brian George: Mixed fortunes with shopping retail therapy

WE have, for some time now, lived in a world of virtual shopping versus the actual mall or high street. Obviously, shopping online is very convenient in bad weather, when the high street shops are closed, and you want to stay in the warm. It's also...

 

Six things to do in Nottingham today

1. Rumours of Fleetwood Mac: The No 1 tribute to the legendary band play the Royal Concert Hall at 7.30pm. 2. Romesh Ranganathan: Stand-up from a man who has supported Ricky Gervais on tour, at the Glee Club from 7pm. 3. Opera North: A performance of...

 

Labour lead

LABOUR are leading the Conservatives in marginal seats ahead of the general election, a poll has suggested. The 40 most marginal seats - including Broxtowe and Sherwood - were polled. Labour's lead has fallen from 11 points in September to eight...

 

Family fun at school's fair

FAMILIES are being urged to support a school by attending a winter fair. The Iona School, in Sneinton Dale, will hold the event on Saturday between 10.30am and 4pm. There will be craft stalls, entertainment and food available for visitors. All money...

 
Care manager inspires team

Care manager inspires team

LORRAINE Poundall's dedication and passion for her job has been recognised at the Great East Midlands Care Awards 2014 - and five of her staff were also finalists. Ms Poundall was nominated for the award by several of her employees for the...

 

New stamp of approval for local independent

We have been part of the network for 20 years and are very proud of the fact that our Newark, Southwell and Radcliffe offices are part of the network." The estate agents were originally handpicked to be a members based on strict criteria such as...

 

Builder's praise for Help to Buy

Rippon Homes has revealed that 13 out of 30 homes have been bought at its Portland Place development with the assistance of the scheme, which allows buyers to buy their home using a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage, backed up with a 20...

 

Where is the cheapest petrol in Nottingham on Thursday November 27?

1. Mrh Nuthall Road, Nuthall Road, Aspley, 118.9p 2. Mrh Pierrepoint, Radcliffe Road, Holme Pierrepoint, 118.9p 3. Asda Nottingham, Loughborough Road, West Bridgford, 119.7p 4. Asda Hyson Green, Radford Road 119.7p 5. Sainsbury's Arnold, Nottingham...

 

Power firm is honoured

BUSINESSES were rewarded for their services to charity at an awards dinner. E.on, which has a large prescence in Nottingham, scooped the award for Staff Fundraiser of the Year with employee Ian Tilly who has run in 11 consecutive London Marathons,...

 
Stoke City: A fishy sickness bug? When Liverpool put Potters in their plaice

Stoke City: A fishy sickness bug? When Liverpool put Potters in their plaice

Is history about to repeat itself? This tale could leave Stoke City supporters feeling a little green about the gills ahead of tomorrow's trip to Anfield. Peter Smith reports... IT'S no wonder Stoke City are taking precautions about any potential...

 
Dennis Skinner MP opens an exhibition

Dennis Skinner MP opens an exhibition

A thought-provoking mining exhibition has been officially opened at Creswell Crags. The exhibition called Mining Memories was opened by Dennis Skinner MP and runs until Sunday 1st March 2015. It brings to life history recordings which were taken as...

 


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