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From books to baubles, and hip-flasks to puddings -- what to buy the racing fan for Christmas

Christmas for racing fans means a main course of the King George at Kempton on Boxing Day, followed by all the trimmings of the Welsh Grand National at Chepstow, plus a sumptuous four-day feast at Leopardstown on the side. But like everyone else, we enjo

today, 18:42 in Sport
 

Reds cruise past Nailers in Senior Cup

0 Have your say Four goals in 26 first-half minutes saw Alfreton Town into the Derbyshire Senior Cup fourth round at the expense of hosts Belper Town on Tuesday night. The Reds defended their title in style against last season’s runners-up, Paul Clayton

today, 17:34 in Sport
 

Palmer concerned by Nailers’ Sunday switch

0 Have your say Charlie Palmer has expressed concern at Belper Town being forced to play their league fixture at Northwich Victoria on a Sunday. The Vics groundshare with landlords Witton Albion, but because Witton overcame Boston United in an FA Trophy

today, 10:27 in Sport
 

Bryson hoping on Rams recall after U23 outing

0 Have your say Derby County U23s’ assistant manager Pat Lyons has said that Craig Bryson has done enough to be in first team contention for Steve McClaren’s senior side. The midfielder was named U23s captain on Monday night against high-flying Liverpool

Thursday, 14:47 in Sport
 

Palmer: Break came at a good time for us

0 Have your say Manager Charlie Palmer says a break in Belper Town’s fixture list came at a good time in their Evo-Stik Division One South campaign as they prepare for the busy Christmas period. The Nailers return to action with a home game against strug

30 November 2016 in Sport
 

First showdown of the season between old rivals looming

0 Have your say Bitter rivals Derby County and Nottingham Forest clash for the first time this season at the iPro Stadium on Sunday, 11th December as Steve McClaren looks to continue his excellent record since returning as Rams’ manager. In recent years

30 November 2016 in Sport
 

Injury-time penalty rescues draw for Belper Town

0 Have your say Belper Town maintained their unbeaten run after a 96th minute penalty rescued a 1-1 draw at home to Basford United. Micky Armstrong continued to deputise for Phil Watt in the centre of defence as the Belper defender was serving a one game

28 November 2016 in Sport
 

Duke of Edinburgh to open new Brompton bikes factory

The Duke of Edinburgh will celebrate British engineering and ingenuity later when he opens a new factory producing the famous Brompton folding bicycle. One of the great manufacturing success stories of recent years, sales of the handmade bicycles favoure

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Fresh inquests into victims of Birmingham pub bombings to get under way

Fresh inquests into the victims of the Birmingham pub bombings are to get under way amid a war of words between lawyers and the Government about legal funding. One of the country's most senior coroners, Peter Thornton QC, will convene the first pre-inque

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Harry to learn about global warming impact on Grenada beach visit

Prince Harry will visit a Grenadan beach today to learn about the impact climate change is having on the Caribbean's environment. On one of the island state's most beautiful beaches, Harry will be told about the steps organisations and institutions are t

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Rail reforms will ensure passengers get cheapest deals, Government says

Rail operators are to come under renewed pressure from the Government to ensure passengers are getting the cheapest deals on their journeys. Station ticket machines face being overhauled to show customers the best value fares, as the Department for Trans

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Francois Fillon selected by centre-right to fight for French presidency

A former prime minister with a Welsh wife was selected as the centre-right's candidate for the French presidency on Sunday after he saw off his last remaining rival for his party's nomination. Francois Fillon, a 62-year-old from Le Mans, beat Alain Juppe

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Honey G eliminated from X Factor after sing-off with 5 After Midnight

Honey G has finally been eliminated from The X Factor. The controversial rapper - who was considered by many to be the novelty act in this year's competition - was given her marching orders after a sing-off with 5 After Midnight. Judges Louis Walsh, Nico

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

Ukip to announce new leader as party moves on from Nigel Farage era

Ukip will attempt to move on from the Nigel Farage era and draw a line under the farcical events of recent months when its new leader is announced today. Former deputy leader Paul Nuttall is the bookmakers' favourite for the role, with ex-deputy chairman

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 

GPs warn 'unmanageable' workloads putting patients at risk

GPs say patient safety is at risk due to "unmanageable" workloads. A survey of 5,025 family doctors for the British Medical Association (BMA) found 57% felt their workload was unmanageable, with a further 27% saying it was excessive. This...

28 November 2016 in Regional East
 


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