News archive from 2 January 2015, page 16

£1.8m spent on agency nurses for Scunthorpe hospital in 6 months

£1.8m spent on agency nurses for Scunthorpe hospital in 6 months

HOSPITAL bosses spent more than £1.8m on agency nurses at Scunthorpe General in just six months. The figures provided by the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLaG) - which runs the hospital - also show during the same period...

 
'In-drink' man ignored police order to stay out of Scunthorpe town centre

'In-drink' man ignored police order to stay out of Scunthorpe town centre

A MAN who had been ordered to leave Scunthorpe town centre by police returned soon afterwards because he had left his keys in a pub, a court heard. Russel Kennedy, 43, of Rowland Road, Scunthorpe, admitted failing to comply with a police direction....

 

Seven-day healthcare 'unrealistic'

Plans for a seven-day NHS are "not realistic" and would require more funding, a leading body of GPs has warned. The proposal to make NHS hospitals offer a full range of healthcare, including elective operations and diagnostic tests, seven...

 
Farmer’s fundraising summit for Nepal

Farmer’s fundraising summit for Nepal

Villagers in a remote part of Nepal are to receive a much-needed hospital thanks to the efforts of a Beeford farmer. Semi-retired farmer Ian Banks has so far raised £25,000 to pay for the construction of a hospital in the mountain village of Chulung,...

 

VIDEO: Children still dicing with death after boy, 11, is rescued after falling through ice in Cleethorpes'...

YOUNGSTERS are continuing to dice with death in a Cleethorpes park - despite the dramatic rescue of an 11-year-old boy who fell through ice into freezing waters trying to retrieve his football. After receiving it as a Christmas present, Callum...

 
Move to England can win me Scotland cap, says Lewis Macleod

Move to England can win me Scotland cap, says Lewis Macleod

LEWIS MACLEOD last night admitted leaving Ibrox was tough but hopes a move to England wins him a Scotland cap. The Ibrox youngster signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Championship side Brentford, with Rangers needing the near £1m transfer...

 
REVIEW OF THE YEAR: AUGUST

REVIEW OF THE YEAR: AUGUST

First step to create up to 2,000 jobs Developers of a proposed new 60-acre business park near Spalding jumped their first hurdle when South Holland’s planners gave consent. Ashley King Developments, of Holbeach, and Warwickshire-base Moran Asset...

 
Christmas appeals in Bourne bring in plenty for those in need

Christmas appeals in Bourne bring in plenty for those in need

Disadvantaged children were given a special gift this Christmas thanks to the donations of generous supermarket customers. Tesco in Bourne held a collection for the Home-Start charity during December. The store asked customers to donate a toy as a...

 
MP Chris Williamson warns humans could be next target' after Derbyshire village cat shootings

MP Chris Williamson warns "humans could be next target' after Derbyshire village cat shootings

A "SICK" cat killer who shot dead a beloved pet on Christmas Day could target humans, according to an MP. Derby North MP Chris Williamson made the comments after it was revealed there had been four reported cat shooting incidents in Hilton....

 
Derbyshire weather forecast for Friday, January 2

Derbyshire weather forecast for Friday, January 2

It will be a bright and dry day with some good spells of sunshine, especially during the morning. It will still be quite breezy at first but winds will become lighter later. It will feel markedly colder than New Year's Day. Maximum temperature 8C....

 
Derbyshire weather forecast for Friday, January 2

Derbyshire weather forecast for Friday, January 2

It will be a bright and dry day with some good spells of sunshine, especially during the morning. It will still be quite breezy at first but winds will become lighter later. It will feel markedly colder than New Year's Day. Maximum temperature 8C....

 
High praise for crew after Virgin Atlantic plane drama

High praise for crew after Virgin Atlantic plane drama

An airline passenger says the pilot and crew of a plane that was forced into an emergency landing were "cool as ice cubes" throughout. Richard Carter, 52, of Foxglove Road, Stamford, was one of 447 people flying from Gatwick to Las Vegas on...

 

Seven-day healthcare 'unrealistic'

Plans for a seven-day NHS are "not realistic" and would require more funding, a leading body of GPs has warned. The proposal to make NHS hospitals offer a full range of healthcare, including elective operations and diagnostic tests, seven...

 
New Year TV and Film guide for Friday January 2 2015

New Year TV and Film guide for Friday January 2 2015

It's the first Friday of 2015 and for those lucky enough to still have time-off before returning to work - indulge yourself in front of the television. The celebrations may be over but the quality films and TV continues. Here's the best of what's on...

 

Seven-day healthcare 'unrealistic'

Plans for a seven-day NHS are "not realistic" and would require more funding, a leading body of GPs has warned. The proposal to make NHS hospitals offer a full range of healthcare, including elective operations and diagnostic tests, seven...

 


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