News archive from 2 January 2015, page 9

REVIEW OF THE YEAR: JULY

REVIEW OF THE YEAR: JULY

Act of God to a scene from Thunderbirds A Sutton Bridge mum was left fuming when the county council denied blame for a tree falling on her car outside a school, describing the incident as an act of God. Emma Robbins was nearly £500 out of pocket...

 
Scunthorpe United Christmas Quiz: Questions 61 to 80

Scunthorpe United Christmas Quiz: Questions 61 to 80

Do you know your turkey from your Torquay when it comes to Scunthorpe United? Club historian JOHN STAFF has provided the Scunthorpe Telegraph with 100 Christmas crackers to determine whether you're an Iron nut or a load of baubles when it comes to the...

 

Goal-shy striker Marcus Tudgay would be allowed to leave Coventry City

Coventry City striker Marcus Tudgay has been told that the club won’t stand in his way if he gets an offer to play elsewhere in the January transfer window. The summer signing has failed to establish himself in his first five months after a promising...

 
Big match preview: Walsall vs Coventry City

Big match preview: Walsall vs Coventry City

Last Meeting Saturday, November 29, 2014 COVENTRY 0 WALSALL 0 Coventry: Allsop, Pennington, Martin, Webster, Johnson, O’Brien, Finch, Fleck, Haynes (Swanson, 64),Madine, Nouble (Jackson, 84). Substitutes not used: Burge (goalkeeper), Thomas,...

 
Special report: South Yorkshire Police force merger plan

Special report: South Yorkshire Police force merger plan

Police chiefs in South Yorkshire Police are set to merge virtually every department with neighbouring forces in a bid to save cash - protecting only neighbourhood teams from the axe. The warning was issued by Chief Constable David Crompton, who said...

 
Letters Jan 2: 'QMC dermatology row could have been predicted'

Letters Jan 2: 'QMC dermatology row could have been predicted'

I HAVE been a patient at the dermatology clinic at the Treatment Centre for many years, and prior to that at the QMC. Therefore, I was astounded and alarmed to read in the Post last week the devastating news that the QMC could not provide an acute...

 
The must-have gadgets for 2015

The must-have gadgets for 2015

As 2014 has seen a growth in connected gadgets in the home, what can we expect over the next 12 months? Peter Jenkinson looks ahead. Smartwatches and 4K TV sets - which have four times the detail of HD - are certainly likely to feature highly in the...

 

HSBC vows to match mortgage rates

A mortgage price war has intensified as a bank has brought back a pledge to match the rates on offer from its high street rivals. HSBC said that for new and existing customers with deposits or equity between 10% and 30%, it will match the on-sale...

 

HSBC vows to match mortgage rates

A mortgage price war has intensified as a bank has brought back a pledge to match the rates on offer from its high street rivals. HSBC said that for new and existing customers with deposits or equity between 10% and 30%, it will match the on-sale...

 
Special report: South Yorkshire Police force merger plan

Special report: South Yorkshire Police force merger plan

Police chiefs in South Yorkshire Police are set to merge virtually every department with neighbouring forces in a bid to save cash - protecting only neighbourhood teams from the axe. The warning was issued by Chief Constable David Crompton, who said...

 
Special report: Fears for welfare of under-pressure South Yorkshire Police officers

Special report: Fears for welfare of under-pressure South Yorkshire Police officers

Under-pressure police officers will end up paying the price for departmental mergers in South Yorkshire, union representatives fear. The South Yorkshire branch of the Police Federation, which represents rank-and-file officers, said those left on the...

 
Special report: Civilian staff at South Yorkshire Police ‘living in fear’ of axe

Special report: Civilian staff at South Yorkshire Police ‘living in fear’ of axe

Civilians working for South Yorkshire Police have been "living in fear' for the last four years with the threat of the axe a union rep claims. Ian Armitage, Unison branch secretary, said that since 2011 some 400 members of staff have lost their...

 
Increased rail fares come into effect across South Yorkshire

Increased rail fares come into effect across South Yorkshire

Increased fares will come into effect for rail passengers today - as campaigners demand a "fairer approach' from Government. Regular rail users across the country are being hit by a 2.5 per cent increase in season ticket prices and some off-peak...

 

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...

 
Rangers outcast Sebastien Faure: Ibrox players can eat as much as they like.. and Ian Black has cake at half time

Rangers outcast Sebastien Faure: Ibrox players can eat as much as they like.. and Ian Black has cake at...

RANGERS outcast Sebastien Faure has hit out at the stricken club and its fans. The French defender was a mainstay of last season’s League One title win but is considering his future after being ignored this term – despite the Gers’ Championship...

 


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