News archive from 2 September 2014, page 14

September 2: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVE

Refresh automatically On | Off Good morning Scotland. It's Tuesday - statistically he hardest day of the week to tear yourself off your pillow, but luckily for you we've no shortage of triple-A news stories to keep you glued to the spot this morning....

 

Daily battle with the lost and found hounds

This little puppy was rescued by Sheffield's dog warden team after she was spotted wandering alone in a Parson Cross park. She was taken home by a concerned local, and collected by dog control officer Naomi Johnson, who hopes to reunite the...

 
Is this the smallest egg ever laid?

Is this the smallest egg ever laid?

THE competition between Nottingham's hen lovers is hotting up as a Mapperley man thinks he has cracked the record for the world's smallest chicken egg. Roger Downing, of Gardenia Grove, has kept hens in his back garden for four-and-a-half years after...

 

Sweet wrappers and crisp packets are most common litter in West Bridgford

SWEET wrappers and crisp packets are the most common types of litter in West Bridgford - accounting for more than a third of trash dropped in the high street. Carrier bags, tobacco packets and chewing gum wrappers were also found when the Streetwise...

 

Manager claims Beeston firm unfairly dismissed him

A MANAGER complained that he was unfairly dismissed after denying he revealed confidential information about a £3 million contract to a potential coach and bus competitor. Andrew Collins was contracts and performance manager for Cabline UK Ltd, of...

 

Nottingham teen had sex with girl, 12

A TEENAGER has been spared jail after admitting having sex with a 12-year-old girl. Jordan Porter, 18, of Farnborough Road, Clifton, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday charged with sexual activity with a child. The court heard how Porter,...

 

Notts TV star Becky Sheeran saves Blinky the owl

TELEVISION presenter Becky Sheeran was a lifesaver to this abandoned owl when she found it in the road. The face of Notts TV discovered the bird dazed in the middle of Station Road, near her home in Widmerpool, at around 1am on Sunday. After picking...

 

Car park at Collingham railway station 'should boost crossing safety'

SPACES for nearly 60 cars have been created at a railway station. The car park at Collingham station was officially opened yesterdayby Newark MP Robert Jenrick. Before the opening, there was no parking space at the station, leading to cars being...

 
War memorial plan for Burton Stather

War memorial plan for Burton Stather

PLANS have been submitted to North Lincolnshire Council to build the first ever war memorial in Burton-Upon-Stather. The site earmarked by the developers from the Burton Heritage Group is The Paddock in the village's High Street. Group chairman Craig...

 
Raise a glass with Leeds’ new ‘social beer’

Raise a glass with Leeds’ new ‘social beer’

A Leeds digital agency has brewed up a novel fundraiser by creating its own "social beer'. Engage Interactive has paired up with Revolutions brewery to create #Beer – an Indian pale ale. Over 240 bottles and casks have been dished out to bars...

 
City’s dog abuse shame

City’s dog abuse shame

A puppy dumped in a bin during freezing temperatures, dogs left to starve and pups scarred by cigarette burns are some of the shocking cases of neglect witnessed by Sheffield dog wardens. Cruel owners have abandoned their pets because they were old,...

 
Nursery plans for Doncaster industrial estate

Nursery plans for Doncaster industrial estate

Plans have been drawn up to open a children's nursery on a Doncaster industrial estate. The proposal submitted to Doncaster Council would see a unit at Crompton Business Park, Crompton Road, Wheatley, converted into a nursery for a maximum of 60...

 
Boris Island airport plan rejected

Boris Island airport plan rejected

A plan for an island airport in the Thames estuary has been rejected by a commission looking into the UK's airport needs. The Airport Commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, was set up by the government to consider ways of expanding airport capacity....

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Dee Dee Wilde and Babs Powell: how we made Pan's People

Dee Dee Wilde and Babs Powell: how we made Pan's People

‘Girls next door being a bit sexy’ … Pan’s People, with Dee Dee (second from left) and Babs (second from right) Dee Dee Wilde, dancerWe got our big break after a couple of us passed auditions for the Go-Jos – Top of the Pops' original group of...

 

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Refresh automatically On | Off Welcome to the Birmingham Mail’s breaking news service, covering Birmingham and the West Midlands. We'll be making sure that you are the first to know what's happening across our region. If there's something you've...

 


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