News archive from 2 February 2015, page 10

North Hykeham Town Council voice traffic concerns over Teal Park development plans

North Hykeham Town Council voice traffic concerns over Teal Park development plans

Fears have been raised that plans to build a new development on a major business park could pile more traffic onto already busy roads. North Hykeham Town Council has voiced serious concerns about the proposed 100-job industrial and warehouse scheme on...

 
Man City's Frank Lampard still in Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's text books

Man City's Frank Lampard still in Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's text books

The former Chelsea stalwart revealed he got a message at Christmas from his former Stamford Bridge boss. In the middle of a massive sulk over the three-match ban for striker Diego Costa, Mourinho turned his back on Lampard when he came on for City in...

Daily Star, 06:13 in Sport
 

Insight - U.S. companies face billions in Venezuela currency losses, Reuters analysis shows

The companies, all members of the S&P 500, and including some of the biggest names in Corporate America such as autos giant General Motors (GM.N) and drug maker Merck & Co Inc (MRK.N), together carry at least $11 billion (7 billion pounds) of...

Reuters, 06:17 in Business
 

Irish manufacturing activity grows at slowest pace in eight months in January - PMI

It was the slowest rate of growth since May last year but was well above the 50 mark denoting growth, where it has been for 20 months in a row. The subindex measuring new export orders, which hit a five-year high of 61.7 in December, fell back to 57.6...

Reuters, 06:17 in Business
 
Health: Don’t dice with hearing danger

Health: Don’t dice with hearing danger

Some of the world's biggest music stars suffer from a constant ringing in their ears and painful headaches. Coldplay’s Chris Martin, rapper Plan B and synthpop legend Gary Numan are among the high profile victims of tinnitus. It’s a tormenting ailment...

 
Widespread frost predicted for Monday 2nd February

Widespread frost predicted for Monday 2nd February

Forecasters are predicting wintry showers for Monday 2nd February. There will be some sunshine, but also cold winds and widespread sharp frost early and later in the evening.

 
Letters Feb 2: 'Aspley parking decision should be delayed'

Letters Feb 2: 'Aspley parking decision should be delayed'

"Undemocratic chaos" is a very accurate description of last Tuesday night's local residents' meeting held at the Bluecoat School in Aspley ("Residents divided over yellow lines', January 28). There was significant anger about the way...

 
Januzaj must prove he has long-term future under Van Gaal at Man Utd

Januzaj must prove he has long-term future under Van Gaal at Man Utd

Adnan Januzaj faces a battle to convince Louis van Gaal he can be a key figure in the Manchester United manager's long-term plans. The Belgian international was David Moyes’ go-to player last January with no other senior appearing more than him at the...

 
Man Utd 3 Leicester 1: Stuart Mathieson's verdict

Man Utd 3 Leicester 1: Stuart Mathieson's verdict

Killers and killjoys. That was Manchester United on their revenge mission on Leicester City. A freezing afternoon that warmed up nicely in the first 45 minutes should have become red hot for the Old Trafford faithful, Disappointingly, it almost turned...

 
Man torched home over false claims

Man torched home over false claims

A MAN who was tormented by residents after being falsely branded a paedophile torched his flat to "scare his neighbours". Preston Crown Court heard Peter Hart placed a candle under his sofa and set a pile of textiles alight in his bedroom -...

 

Winston backs 3-DNA IVF technique

A technique that would see IVF babies born with DNA from three different people is "not unlike" a blood transfusion, according to Professor Robert Winston. The renowned scientist and broadcaster said the technique, which will be debated by...

 
Widespread frost predicted for Monday 2nd February

Widespread frost predicted for Monday 2nd February

Forecasters are predicting wintry showers for Monday 2nd February. There will be some sunshine, but also cold winds and widespread sharp frost early and later in the evening.

 
Alcohol bid will turn Leicester's Cathedral Gardens into a glorified nightclub

Alcohol bid will turn Leicester's Cathedral Gardens into a "glorified nightclub"

A bid to allow alcohol to be served in Leicester's Cathedral Gardens will turn the area outside the church into a "glorified nightclub", a councillor has warned. The cathedral's St Martin's House has applied for a licence to serve drink and...

 

Stop smoking: 'Giving up was much easier than I thought it would be'

As an 18-year-old Paul Kratovil was delighted to land a role in a murder mystery play in America. Only thing was that he had to smoke and spent a week feeling and being sick to become a smoker. The play was a great success but left Paul, now 43,...

 
Stop smoking: a Leicester Mercury campaign to help smokers quit

Stop smoking: a Leicester Mercury campaign to help smokers quit

The Leicester Mercury has joined forces with the Stop smoking service in a bid to persuade to 300 people to stub out their cigarettes. Our campaign runs from now until National No Smoking day on Wednesday, March 11. Latest figures show there are...

 


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