News archive from 28 October 2014, page 19

Shoplifter stole candles

A SHOPLIFTER pleading guilty to stealing nearly £60 worth of candles. Naomi Toor, 28, of Main Street, Sutton-in-Ashfield, committed the offence on October 12 at Beales, in Mansfield. She also admitted stealing more candles, worth £19.99, from the same...

 

Judge gives Nottingham burglar a chance after he breaks into a flat with a pair of pliers

SERIAL burglar Michal Kozlowski has been given a last chance by a judge after he broke into flats in the city centre with a pair of pliers. The Polish-born crook admitted three burglaries - and asked for nine more and two attempted break-ins to be...

 

Which celebrities have a birthday on Tuesday October 28?

Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, 59; Matt Smith, actor and ex-Doctor Who, pictured, 32; Julia Roberts, actress, 47; Cleo Laine, legendary jazz singer, widow of late musician Sir John Dankworth, 87; Joaquin Phoenix, actor, 40; Andy Richter, TV host...

 

University of Nottingham students will not receive grades in union dispute

STUDENTS at the University of Nottingham will not receive grades or feedback during a union dispute. Members of the University and College Union (UCU) will take part in an assessment boycott on Thursday, November 6 , which will stop students being set...

 
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...

 
Yorkshire Water questions details of Sheffield £19m ‘super-custody’ suite plan

Yorkshire Water questions details of Sheffield £19m ‘super-custody’ suite plan

Police bosses are being asked to provide more information about their plans for a new £19 million "super-custody' suite in Sheffield after concerns were raised about drainage and flooding issues. Yorkshire Water has said current plans put forward...

 
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...

 
Ebola aid appeal raises thousands in one week

Ebola aid appeal raises thousands in one week

Warwick district's link with Ebola-threatened Bo in Sierra Leone has led to thousands of pounds being raised for an aid appeal. Since it was launched last week, One World Link’s appeal has now raised £2,000, through both members and non-members, which...

 
October 28: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVE

October 28: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVE

Refresh automatically On | Off Good morning Scotland. If you give public transport the brush off in favour of a healthy stroll to work then today's the day you find out just how much a single fare has risen in the last few years. The rain keeps coming...

 
City of Lincoln Council leader Ric Metcalfe can't rule out more cuts

City of Lincoln Council leader Ric Metcalfe can't rule out more cuts

Lincoln council leader Ric Metcalfe says he cannot rule out future job cuts as the authority strives to balance the books. His comments come at a time when Lincolnshire County Council has announced it could be forced to slash 400 more jobs. The City...

 
Alarm at looming housing shortfall

Alarm at looming housing shortfall

Sheffield could need 2,000 new homes every year between now and 2066 to avoid a housing crisis, research shows. Some 500,000 extra people - equal to the city’s current population - may need homes over the next 52 years, according to estimates,...

 

Emergency treatment really needs to get flying

The most hectic part of any large hospital is the A&E department, where at any moment a patient could be rushed in with horrific injuries, their life hanging in the balance. But despite his job’s pressures, emergency medicine consultant Dr Stuart...

 

New memorial to Koen Allwood - killed by dangerous driver - to make motorists think about speed

A MEMORIAL bench is due to be erected in memory of Barton teenager Koen Allwood, just yards from the spot where he was killed by a speeding driver. Mum Lizzie Paterson hopes it will remind people of the consequences of speeding. The bench will have a...

 
Yorkshire Water questions details of Sheffield £19m ‘super-custody’ suite plan

Yorkshire Water questions details of Sheffield £19m ‘super-custody’ suite plan

Police bosses are being asked to provide more information about their plans for a new £19 million "super-custody' suite in Sheffield after concerns were raised about drainage and flooding issues. Yorkshire Water has said current plans put forward...

 
Lloyds Bank confirms 9,000 job losses

Lloyds Bank confirms 9,000 job losses

Lloyds Bank confirms 9,000 job losses and the closure of 150 branches over the next three years This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. If you want to...

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