News archive from 27 November 2014, page 18

Student of the year: Former teenage tearaway is now an aspiring doctor of philosophy

Student of the year: Former teenage tearaway is now an aspiring doctor of philosophy

TROUBLED teen Iqra Ul-Hassan turned her life around after flunking out of college and has now set her sights on a PhD in philosophy after getting offers from four universities. The former tearaway would routinely skip school, ignore coursework and...

 

'Nottingham is a city in need of vision for success'

A new study into Nottingham's economy forms the centrepiece of a crucial debate today about the city's future. Post Business Editor Richard Baker examines its findings BY any measure, Nottingham is a city that has a lot to be proud of. World-class...

 

Jennifer Scott: Why do they have to remake Jurassic Park?

With yet another childhood memory about to be remade in the cinema, @Jennifer Scott@ believes our creative history should be left in the past I MAY be far from a film buff but I do have a passion for the movies. Maybe it is the excuse to eat...

 

Labour to aid poor water customers

A Labour government will act to force water companies to place customers struggling to pay their bills on lower tariffs, shadow environment secretary Maria Eagle is warning. With domestic water bills continuing to rise while average household incomes...

 
Lancaster and Preston named on drink drive list of shame

Lancaster and Preston named on drink drive list of shame

Two Lancashire cities have been named and shamed on a list of top 20 places with the highest proportion of drink and drug drivers, it emerged today. Lancaster came 11th and Preston came 16th in an analysis of 11 million car insurance quotes from the...

 
Preston man sentenced over racial remark

Preston man sentenced over racial remark

A would-be gambler made a race-hate remark to a security officer at a casino when he was asked to leave. Mohammed Sadiq, 42, of Janice Drive, Fulwood, Preston, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated, threatening behaviour at Blackpool’s Coral Island...

 

Labour to aid poor water customers

A Labour government will act to force water companies to place customers struggling to pay their bills on lower tariffs, shadow environment secretary Maria Eagle is warning. With domestic water bills continuing to rise while average household incomes...

 
Chris Sutton warns Celtic: Let Kris Commons and John Guidetti leave and the fans will be fuming

Chris Sutton warns Celtic: Let Kris Commons and John Guidetti leave and the fans will be fuming

CHRIS SUTTON insists Celtic must keep Kris Commons and John Guidetti – or face sending out a dreadful lack-of-intent message to their concerned supporters. The former Parkhead hero fears failing to secure both fan favourites on new deals will fire a...

 

Crewe Alexandra: Emergence of James Jones could see Liam Nolan leave on loan

THE emergence of James Jones could see Liam Nolan go out on loan in January. Nolan has missed the last month with ankle ligament trouble, but is back in training and featured for Crewe's under-21s in their extra-time defeat at Newcastle United in the...

 

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Refresh automatically On | Off The Daily Post's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest North Wales traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news. You can contribute to the live...

 

Labour to aid poor water customers

A Labour government will act to force water companies to place customers struggling to pay their bills on lower tariffs, shadow environment secretary Maria Eagle is warning. With domestic water bills continuing to rise while average household incomes...

 
Wallabies recall Rob Horne and Sean McMahon for England clash

Wallabies recall Rob Horne and Sean McMahon for England clash

Waratahs winger Rob Horne and rising Melbourne Rebels flanker Sean McMahon have earned recalls to the starting side for the Wallabies’ European tour finale against England. Horne will start a Test for the first time in two years at Twickenham on...

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November 27: Daily Record breakfast blog LIVE

November 27: Daily Record breakfast blog LIVE

Refresh automatically On | Off Welcome to Thursday!Good morning Scotland and welcome to your daily breakfast blog direct from Daily Record HQ. Stay with us through until 9am this morning as we bring you all today's top news, sport, entertainment and...

 
Nottingham is Britain's cleanest city - it's official

Nottingham is Britain's cleanest city - it's official

NOTTINGHAM has officially been declared Britain's cleanest city. It picked up the title in the Clean Britain Awards yesterday, in recognition of efforts made to keep the streets looking spotless. Projects to tackle fly-tipping, graffiti and...

 

Phillip Hughes dead: Latest updates, tributes and reaction after Australian Test star succumbs to head...

Refresh automatically On | Off Phillip Hughes has died aged 25 after succumbing to head injuries suffered The Australian Test batsman was hit on the head by a bouncer during a domestic match on Tuesday Hughes never regained consciousness after being...

 


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