News archive from 29 September 2015, page 14

Brave Lincolnshire domestic abuse victim speaks out

Brave Lincolnshire domestic abuse victim speaks out

Maddie Sylvester, 39 from Lincolnshire, has, for the first time, told her story of a life of domestic abuse in a bid to empower others. She tells of a childhood where she saw her mum being physically and sexually abused by her dad, and of her adult...

 
Leicester City striker Shinji Okazaki says gulf between them and Arsenal is not so big

Leicester City striker Shinji Okazaki says gulf between them and Arsenal is not so big

The gulf between Leicester City and Arsenal is not as big as Saturday's 5-2 defeat suggests, said striker Shinji Okazaki. The Japan international said he felt Saturday's clash at the King Power Stadium was closer than the scoreline suggests, and that...

 
Martin Crowson's five things: England's World Cup dream is not over yet

Martin Crowson's five things: England's World Cup dream is not over yet

Martin Crowson looks back at five key talking points from the weekend's rugby action. 1 There has been a very negative reaction to England's defeat by Wales and, yes, they bombed a win that was there for the taking. But the facts remain that England...

 
Rugby World Cup: Leicester Tigers scrum-half Ben Youngs an injury doubt for England v Australia

Rugby World Cup: Leicester Tigers scrum-half Ben Youngs an injury doubt for England v Australia

Leicester Tigers scrum-half Ben Youngs has been rated as only 60-40 to overcome an ankle injury and be fit for England's make-or-break World Cup clash with Australia on Saturday. The 26-year-old had one of his best games in an England shirt before...

 
Saints sponsor blasts county council’s e-cig stance

Saints sponsor blasts county council’s e-cig stance

An electronic cigarette manufacturer and one of Saints main sponsors has launched a stinging attack on a county council. Totally Wicked, who sponsor the Langtree Park side’s North Stand, have criticised a Lancashire County Council funded advertising...

 
Leicester City defence not to blame for Arsenal defeat, says manager Claudio Ranieri

Leicester City defence not to blame for Arsenal defeat, says manager Claudio Ranieri

Claudio Ranieri said he does not blame his back four for Leicester City's heavy home defeat to Arsenal. The City boss said the Gunners deserved the credit for their attacking play as they emphatically ended his side's unbeaten start to the season with...

 
Hillsborough inquest hears details of St Helens fan’s final moments

Hillsborough inquest hears details of St Helens fan’s final moments

A Liverpool FC fan has told how a supporter from St Helens who died at Hillsborough feared the central pens were too full. Nicholas Joynes, 27, died with pal Francis McAllister along with 94 others at the FA Cup semi-final. Liverpool manager Rafael...

 

Sheffield United star John Brayford delighted to see Burton Albion in League One as he returns

POPULAR former Burton Albion right-back John Brayford is amazed to see the ride the club are currently on. The Sheffield United defender will not line up tonight at the Pirelli Stadium (7.45pm kick-off) due to a knee injury as the Blades visit his...

 
Brothers left in hospital after brutal beating by gang

Brothers left in hospital after brutal beating by gang

Two brothers were left in hospital after being victims of a savage woodland attack. The pair, aged 17 and 22, were on a bike ride at Boldon Colliery Woods, off Cotswold Lane, when they were approached by a 20-strong gang of youths. Colliery Wood,...

 
Cardiff University research centres to tackle 'major world issues'

Cardiff University research centres to tackle 'major world issues'

Image copyright MJ Richardson/Geograph Five new flagship research centres each tackling a "major world issue" are being launched by Cardiff University. The institutes will find ways of solving chronic disease, water scarcity, crime...

BBC, 06:39 in Regional
 
Brothers left in hospital after brutal beating by gang

Brothers left in hospital after brutal beating by gang

Two brothers were left in hospital after being victims of a savage woodland attack. The pair, aged 17 and 22, were on a bike ride at Boldon Colliery Woods, off Cotswold Lane, when they were approached by a 20-strong gang of youths. Colliery Wood,...

 
Drug addict conman who posed as homeless soldier in South Shields calls in sick for court date

Drug addict conman who posed as homeless soldier in South Shields calls in sick for court date

A drug addict who tried to con shoppers out of cash on a town centre street by claiming to be a homeless armed forces veteran has been warned he must bring a sick note to court - after claiming he was too ill to show up in the dock. Lee Young was due...

 
Huddersfield Town midfielder Joe Lolley hoping to help Scunthorpe United climb the table

Huddersfield Town midfielder Joe Lolley hoping to help Scunthorpe United climb the table

SCUNTHORPE United's new loan signing Joe Lolley is hoping he can help the side climb the table during his four week stay at the club. Lolley joined the Iron on Friday before being thrust straight into the starting line-up against Southend United 24...

 
Doncaster torture victim speaks out: “I didn’t think they’d let me live”

Doncaster torture victim speaks out: “I didn’t think they’d let me live”

This is the battered and bruised face of Doncaster torture victim Summer Gregg. Brave torture victim Summer Gregg told today how she considered leaping 50ft out of an eighth floor window to escape her sadistic abusers. Summer Gregg was tortured by...

 
Torture victim: ‘I thought pals would really kill me.’

Torture victim: ‘I thought pals would really kill me.’

Brave torture victim Summer Gregg told today how she considered leaping more than 50ft out of an eighth floor window to escape her sadistic abusers. The 17-year-old has revealed she contemplated jumping because she believed she was about to die at the...

 


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