News archive from 1 July 2014, page 17

David Hunter murder: Derby killer had found out about wife's affair eight days earlier

HETENY Tarsoly told police he found out about his wife's and David Hunter's affair, which had been going on for about two years, only eight days before the killing. He said his wife, Timea, had told him she was going out with some girls from work to...

 

David Hunter murder: Blood in car and CCTV images sealed case against Derby killer

THE family of bus driver David Hunter say they have been "deprived of a loving father, grandfather, brother, uncle and nephew" as his killer was convicted of murder. A Derby Crown Court jury yesterday returned a majority verdict that Heteny...

 

Which stars are swinging into historic Derbyshire hall for new Tarzan film?

THE rumour mill in Derbyshire has gone into overdrive after the Telegraph revealed filming for the new Tarzan blockbuster has come to Kedleston Hall. The film stars Alexander Skarsgard, Samuel L Jackson and Margot Robbie but it is not clear who is at...

 

Facebook fiasco: was Cornell's study of ‘emotional contagion’ an ethics breach?

Facebook have recently come under fire for a controversial psychological study. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA It’s become farcical. Whoever we ask, nobody seems to know anything. Did the study have ethical approval? First the answer was yes. Then it...

 
Former Aston Villa and Tamworth ace has new project

Former Aston Villa and Tamworth ace has new project

FORMER Tamworth, Aston Villa and England midfielder Lee Hendrie has joined forces with Paget Rangers in a bid to develop more young talent. Hendrie, who also played for Stoke City, launched 'the Lee Hendrie and Paget Rangers academy' at the...

 
Takeaway approved for former Buxton post office

Takeaway approved for former Buxton post office

The former Buxton post office could become a pizza takeaway, after the council granted consent for a change of use. The Grade II listed building, at 9, The Quadrant, is currently vacant but was last used by Connexions Careers Service, which closed in...

 
Mirfield mayor brands plans to stop councillors speaking to media as “ludicrous”

Mirfield mayor brands plans to stop councillors speaking to media as “ludicrous”

The Mayor of Mirfield has branded plans to block councillors from speaking to the media as "ludicrous". New guidance from the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) says councillors should only speak to journalists if they have...

 
Takeaway approved for former Buxton post office

Takeaway approved for former Buxton post office

The former Buxton post office could become a pizza takeaway, after the council granted consent for a change of use. The Grade II listed building, at 9, The Quadrant, is currently vacant but was last used by Connexions Careers Service, which closed in...

 

Fly-tipped rubbish has been dumped in two Chesterton streets since January

BUSINESSES are demanding to know why this fly-tipped rubbish dumped in two streets six months ago has still not been removed. Firms in Chesterton first complained about the rubbish - including garden waste, needles and tyres - in January. But the...

 
Stoke City: Mark Hughes still hoping for two more new faces

Stoke City: Mark Hughes still hoping for two more new faces

MARK Hughes is still trying to pull off two more new signings as he prepares to welcome back his players for pre-season. The Stoke boss has already added four new faces to his senior squad this summer, headlined by Mame Diouf joining from Hannover...

 
WEATHER: Bright and sunny day for Lincolnshire

WEATHER: Bright and sunny day for Lincolnshire

Today looks set to be a bright, sunny and warm day for the county. The morning will start off looking clear, with sunny spells breaking through any cloud. It will feel warm early into the day, with temperatures set to hit 16 degrees by mid-morning....

 
Raising awareness of Coeliac

Raising awareness of Coeliac

Preston has had its own Coeliac UK support group launched to help people with the auto immune disease. AASMA DAY talks to Anna Reid-Strang who initiated the formation of the group after being diagnosed with coeliac disease while pregnant with her...

 
John Docker: Alleged zig-zag driving at crossing takes biscuit

John Docker: Alleged zig-zag driving at crossing takes biscuit

I've come across some daffy driving in my time, but the Mercury story last week about a driver who allegedly zigzagged through closed barriers at the Helpston level crossing - shortly before arrival of a train, just about takes the biscuit. It seems...

 
Zaha Hadid project in Baku wins Design of the Year

Zaha Hadid project in Baku wins Design of the Year

Artist Dame Zaha Hadid's Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan, has won the Design Museum Design of the Year Award. Iraqi-British Hadid is the first woman to win the top prize in the competition, now in its seventh year. The Heydar Aliyev Centre...

BBC, 07:22 in Art & Culture
 
Liverpool tried to sign Arjen Robben LAST YEAR reveals Jamie Carragher

Liverpool tried to sign Arjen Robben LAST YEAR reveals Jamie Carragher

Robben is currently spearheading Holland's World Cup charge in Brazil, after helping Louis Van Gaal's side to the quarter-finals of the competition with a late 2-1 win over Mexico. Van Gaal reportedly wants to bring the winger to Manchester United,...

 


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