News archive from 29 April 2013, page 17

How Marmite helped me reach my century

How Marmite helped me reach my century

She is the oldest resident at the home and has been there the longest - 11 years - so friends and family were invited to pop some Champagne corks and enjoy a birthday bash in her honour. And when asked what the secret to such a long life is, she said...

 
Reading the paper was just the job

Reading the paper was just the job

As reported, the supplement - supported by our Your Life Your Future partners, Cristal, Franklin College and Change - was produced in partnership with JobCentre Plus and North East Lincolnshire Council. Not only were they enquiring about applying for...

 
'Development will turn Scartho into a building site for seven years'

'Development will turn Scartho into a building site for seven years'

It was organised by Scartho Action Group - set up after screening events last year - which urged residents to put pen to paper and object to the development. Panel member David Hopkinson said: "The developer wants to use this as a land-bank,...

 
'My mission to balance the budget'

'My mission to balance the budget'

It has to find around further £30 million in savings before 2018. The new top officer said it will be her mission to ensure the budget is balanced and protect communities. BLINDS & CURTAINS **FREE MEASURING & FITTING SERVICE** 809887 ......

 
Town's seafood cluster in spotlight

Town's seafood cluster in spotlight

The three-day event brought buyers, suppliers, media and other seafood-industry professionals from across the globe to meet face to face and do business. Among the Grimsby-based companies exhibiting at the event were the logistics giant Samskip and...

 
United to payour respects

United to payour respects

The services have been running locally since 1992, but their message was particularly poignant this year after a building containing five clothing factories collapsed, killing more than 300 people in Bangladesh. Cracks had appeared in the building in...

 
Art auction at Treetops in Matlock

Art auction at Treetops in Matlock

Arty children at Treetops nursery have been getting creative over recent weeks in preparation for an auction. The children have been making stunning canvases, painting pictures of their favourite toys, places and family portraits. All the items were...

 
BALE IS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

BALE IS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SPURS ace Gareth bale has capped a brilliant season by being named PFA Player and Young PLayer of the Year. The Tottenham striker scored the sensational double at the Professional Footballers' Association awards last night, after scoring 29 goals for...

Daily Star, 07:44 in Sport
 
Poster under the hammer

Poster under the hammer

Mr Dixon-Scott was concerned by the disappearance of many of the country's fine buildings and toured the country making a pictorial record of them. The sepia tint he produced of the Guildhall, which more than 50,000 people have visited in the past few...

 
'You can't have foot in both camps', deputy mayor told

'You can't have foot in both camps', deputy mayor told

Coun Palmer has said he intends to remain in his £50,000-a-year mayoral post until election day, though opposition councillors have warned he will be unable to fight a serious campaign and carry on his city duties. Now, Labour colleague councillor...

 
some of your bright ideas for statue

some of your bright ideas for statue

A panel of judges has been set up and members of the public have been invited to send in their thoughts on what a suitable landmark should be. Scores of suggestions have been submitted so far, with a lot of people coming up with ideas incorporating...

 
Five to appear in court over kidnapping claims

Five to appear in court over kidnapping claims

Three other men - Thanh Hoait Nyugen, 45, of Elford Rise, Sneinton, George Chiarella, 54, of Town End Lane, Flintham, and Joseph Chiarella, 50, of Chapel Lane, Bingham - were arrested at the same address, also on Wednesday, on suspicion of conspiracy...

 
Sharp customers step out for two frantic days in city of style

Sharp customers step out for two frantic days in city of style

A bright marquee in the square delivered energetic shows, where crowds were bopping their heads to the music and enjoying the buzz of the performances. "This great energy in a fashion show is perfect for those who haven't been to a show before -...

 
Working up a sweat for good cause

Working up a sweat for good cause

It was arranged by Kris Gregory, who teaches zumba, a dance fitness program She said 93 people aged from 17 to 60 took part. 20% Off, Chilli's Indian Food to Go Chilis Indian Food to Go - West Bridgford View details Print voucher Here at Chilli's...

 
Mums taking on cycle ride to raise cash for causes

Mums taking on cycle ride to raise cash for causes

Three mums from the Bourne area are taking to their bikes on May 12 to raise money for two causes. Kim Paris, 45 from Morton, Sue Woodman, 50, from Bourne and Julie Giaracuni, 45, from Manthorpe, are cycling 60 miles from Bourne to Hunstanton to raise...

 


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