News archive from 28 October 2014, page 17

Robson: Fellaini has grasped what Man United is about

Robson: Fellaini has grasped what Man United is about

Bryan Robson believes Marouane Fellaini is finally starting to find his feet at Manchester United after initially struggling under the weight of expectation at Old Trafford. Fellaini looked close to leaving United in the summer after a nightmare debut...

 
Inside the Leeds school which is teaching its pupils English as a foreign language

Inside the Leeds school which is teaching its pupils English as a foreign language

They represent 50 different nationalities, so is it any wonder that some pupils at City of Leeds Academy don't even know the English alphabet? Sarah Freeman reports. It’s 9.30am on a Monday morning at Leeds City Academy. In one classroom two girls are...

 

Sanofi warns on slowing diabetes business as third-quarter sales miss expectations

This compared to average forecasts for EPS of 1.47 euros on sales of 8.86 billion in a company-provided poll of 14 analysts. Chief Executive Chris Viehbacher declined to comment on newspaper reports that the chairman of the board was seeking to...

Reuters, 06:44 in Business
 
Doncaster business leaders support rates reduction campaign

Doncaster business leaders support rates reduction campaign

Scores of business leaders have spoken out today to support The Star's campaign to reduce astronomical business rates. Representatives from regional and national organisations put their weight behind the cause after Doncaster shopkeepers issued an...

 

Bhangra music star taxi driver is jailed for sex attack

A TAXI driver who was also a chart-topping Indian musician has become the second cabbie this month to be jailed for a sex attack on a passenger. Dhanraj Singh, of Greythorn Drive, West Bridgford, was taking a young woman home when he kissed and...

 

Nottingham court listings: Tuesday October 28

Mansfield: Nathan Proctor, 22, of Nottingham Road, denied causing criminal damage to a TV and power cables in St Ann's on June 19. He has been bailed for trial on January 26. Mansfield: Lee Goody, 27, of Foston Close, has been fined £75 at Mansfield...

 

Nottingham students warned over TV licences

YOUNG people have been warned to pay for their TV licence after figures showed more than 500 people were caught without one in Nottingham. TV Licensing said 537 people between 18 and 25-years-old were caught over the past year in the city, leaving...

 

Six car crimes in one weekend in Lenton

SIX car crimes have taken place in just one weekend in Lenton. Notts Police said the crimes had hit the "Lenton Triangle" on Saturday and Sunday. Three of the incidents happened at the top of Ilkeston Road. Two cars had their windows smashed...

 

Motorbike stolen in Beeston

Beeston: Police are urging residents to lock up their motor bikes after one was stolen from Boundary Road some time between Sunday and yesterday. During the same period, a car was broken into in Muriel Road. Officers are advising motorists to secure...

 
Hounds in need of love and attention

Hounds in need of love and attention

These are the adorable faces of just some of the cute canines in need of new loving homes after being dumped by their owners. Charities in South Yorkshire today revealed the strain they are being put under by the scores of homeless pets in their...

 
Hotel goes up for sale for £1m

Hotel goes up for sale for £1m

A Sheffield city centre hotel has gone up for sale for £1 million after its owner went into administration. The Cutler’s Hotel on George Street, a member of the Best Western Group of independently owned hotels, is being sold after owner Meridius...

 
Sheffield widow robbed in raid terror

Sheffield widow robbed in raid terror

A widow who was tied up and robbed in her 
Sheffield home by three hooded raiders high on drugs has been left so 
terrified she has put her house up for sale. The 69-year-old, who had retired to Bradfield especially to be near...

 
Hounds in need of love and attention

Hounds in need of love and attention

These are the adorable faces of just some of the cute canines in need of new loving homes after being dumped by their owners. Charities in South Yorkshire today revealed the strain they are being put under by the scores of homeless pets in their...

 
Hotel goes up for sale for £1m

Hotel goes up for sale for £1m

A Sheffield city centre hotel has gone up for sale for £1 million after its owner went into administration. The Cutler’s Hotel on George Street, a member of the Best Western Group of independently owned hotels, is being sold after owner Meridius...

 

Spall talks of leukaemia battle

Actor Timothy Spall has told how his wife helped him beat cancer. The star was told that he had leukaemia on the day he was meant to fly to Cannes, with his wife Shane, in 1996, to celebrate Secrets & Lies winning the film festival's Palme d'Or....

 


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