News archive from 29 November 2014, page 16

Barry Horne: Critics of Roberto Martinez need to look again at the facts

  Those who have been critical of Roberto Martinez’s management at Everton FC should perhaps consider reassessing their evaluation of the job he is doing. Last weekend marked the 50th Premier League game of Martinez’s reign at Goodison Park and a 2-1...

Daily Post, 07:07 in Sport
 
Barry Horne: Gary Speed's legacy being carried on by Chris Coleman

Barry Horne: Gary Speed's legacy being carried on by Chris Coleman

It is hard to believe three years have passed since we lost our friend Gary Speed. After an outstanding club career with Leeds United, Everton, Newcastle United, Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield United, as well as winning 85 caps for his country, Gary...

Daily Post, 07:07 in Sport
 
Nottingham Bla Bla Bar ban on playing music after Sean Paul error

Nottingham Bla Bla Bar ban on playing music after Sean Paul error

CITY centre venue Bla Bla Bar has been hit with a High Court ban on playing music. It is the second venue in Nottingham in two weeks to be penalised for playing copyrighted music without a licence. On Friday, at the court in London, Mr Justice Arnold...

 
200 leaving Boots jobs in Beeston

200 leaving Boots jobs in Beeston

THE final 200 job losses at Boots are set to take place. The last of 16 engineers lost their positions at BCM UK, part of Alliance Boots, at the Thane Road, Beeston, site yesterday. The changes were announced in March but those affected were only told...

 

'There's still more to do' says PCC Paddy Tipping on improving policing experiences

POLICE and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping says "there is still more to do" to improve policing experiences for black and minority ethnic communities. A recent conference, called Exploring and Improving BME Policing Experiences, was held by...

 
Newcastle rule out Cabaye swoop, but Pardew wants to strengthen in January

Newcastle rule out Cabaye swoop, but Pardew wants to strengthen in January

YOHAN Cabaye is NOT on Newcastle United's shopping list - despite his likely January exit from Paris Saint-Germain. Cabaye is reportedly available for £19m after failing to establish himself as a first-team regular at the Parc des Princes. The...

 
Plans for new office move to be submitted

Plans for new office move to be submitted

Plans for a £9million state-of-the-art new council office are likely to be put forward for planning permission after a Cabinet meeting this week. Councillors were expected to vote in favour of the council taking a major step forward and applying for...

 

Timeline of Clutha disaster

November 29 A Police Scotland helicopter crashes on to the roof of the Clutha at about 10.25pm. Emergency services declare it a major incident. November 30 Eight people are later confirmed dead and the first victim is named as Gary Arthur. December 1...

 
Tesco boss insists: ‘It wasn’t out of hand’

Tesco boss insists: ‘It wasn’t out of hand’

The manager of a Blackpool supermarket has today defended chaotic scenes at his store during bumper Black Friday sales. Stuart Eyres, store manager of Tesco in Mereside, spoke out after a video emerged on YouTube showing hundreds of people tussling at...

 
The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers’ chilli recipes – venison picadillo (aka chile con carne) and brussels sprouts with chipotle and honey

The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers’ chilli recipes – venison picadillo (aka chile con carne) and brussels...

I have been obsessed with chillies since my first trip to Mexico 20 years ago: I was hooked by their heat, and how alive it made me feel, but then I began to learn about all the nuances of flavour and different heat levels. The hardest thing is...

 
Scunthorpe Albert Marson Court flats facing demolition

Scunthorpe Albert Marson Court flats facing demolition

SCUNTHORPE'S Albert Marson Court looks set to be demolished. Proposals to demolish the block of flats off Cottage Beck Road, which has been a target for anti-social and criminal behaviour, will be discussed by the residents next week. Independent...

 
Horse rider backs safety campaign

Horse rider backs safety campaign

With two near-misses while out horse riding, Anna Lane knows only too well the dangers posed by speeding cars. The 23-year-old and the horses were lucky to escape unscathed after being hit by a car first in August 2012 and then again in November...

 
Tallington bypass plans are back on the table

Tallington bypass plans are back on the table

Plans to build a bypass to the north of Tallington are back on the table after Network Rail opened talks with landowners and councillors. The company wants to close the level crossing through the village and proposed two ways of doing so earlier this...

 
Tallington bypass plans are back on the table

Tallington bypass plans are back on the table

Plans to build a bypass to the north of Tallington are back on the table after Network Rail opened talks with landowners and councillors. The company wants to close the level crossing through the village and proposed two ways of doing so earlier this...

 
Horse rider backs safety campaign

Horse rider backs safety campaign

With two near-misses while out horse riding, Anna Lane knows only too well the dangers posed by speeding cars. The 23-year-old and the horses were lucky to escape unscathed after being hit by a car first in August 2012 and then again in November...

 


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