News archive from 2 November 2014, page 14

Northampton runner’s help for Children In Need

Northampton runner’s help for Children In Need

Keen runner, Mark Tottem, from Northampton Peugeot Dealership, Bristol Street Motors raised £550 for this year's Children in Need campaign, by taking part in last Sunday's Birmingham Half Marathon. Mr Tottem completed the run in 2 hours and 14...

 
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What is at the heart of Meadowhall? Its customers, yes, its retailers, yes. But would you have ever thought that the environment was at the heart of a shopping centre? Probably not, but it plays a big role at Meadowhall. Darren Pearce, centre...

 
Peak District firm creates 15 jobs

Peak District firm creates 15 jobs

A Peak District firm is investing £2.8 million in a project which will create 15 new jobs. DSF Refractories and Minerals Ltd is installing 12.3km of natural gas pipeline in a verge adjacent to the A515 from Brierlow Bar to Newhaven, then alongside the...

 
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What is at the heart of Meadowhall? Its customers, yes, its retailers, yes. But would you have ever thought that the environment was at the heart of a shopping centre? Probably not, but it plays a big role at Meadowhall. Darren Pearce, centre...

 
Dance school marks 40 years

Dance school marks 40 years

Celebrations have taken place in Kimberley to mark a special milestone for the Bromage Webster School of Dancing run by Audrey Bromage. Her daughter Michelle Webster organised for past and present pupils, dance officials and local councillors to...

 
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What is at the heart of Meadowhall? Its customers, yes, its retailers, yes. But would you have ever thought that the environment was at the heart of a shopping centre? Probably not, but it plays a big role at Meadowhall. Darren Pearce, centre...

 

Can Sunderland banish their Monday blues against Crystal Palace?

In his latest book Roy Keane said that no one in his Sunderland changing room was a leader. Apparently they preferred to listen to "Dancing Queen' by ABBA rather than something that would pump them up towards a vital victory. Maybe over the past...

Metro, 07:44 in Sport
 
Australia squeeze past England to make Four Nations final

Australia squeeze past England to make Four Nations final

Australia’s run of making every available final in the last 60 years remains alive after a nerve-jangling video refereeing decision to disallow an England try right on full-time at AAMI Park. The Australians went into the Four Nations game not having...

Guardian, 07:45 in Sport
 

Koeman keen on European push

Ronald Koeman is eyeing European football for Southampton after Victor Wanyama's stunning strike against Hull kept them flying high in the Barclays Premier League. Eldin Jakupovic's botched clearance gave Wanyama the chance to try his luck from 40...

Belper News, 07:49 in Sport
 

Pardew ready to hit the Toon

Alan Pardew was in good enough spirits to consider a rare night out among Newcastle fans after guiding them to a fourth successive victory as Liverpool became their latest victims. The 53-year-old, who has come under intense pressure from disaffected...

Belper News, 07:49 in Sport
 

Mourinho unhappy with Chelsea crowd

Jose Mourinho launched a scathing attack on Chelsea's home support after the Premier League leaders' 2-1 win over QPR. Mourinho said it felt like his side were playing at an "empty stadium". "Everyone knows how much I feel connected to...

Belper News, 07:49 in Sport
 

Bernie: Regulations have tied us up

Bernie Ecclestone has urged Formula One's teams to start making sacrifices in a bid to save the sport from completely imploding. Ecclestone's words of warning come at the end of a miserable period for F1, notably with Caterham and Marussia entering...

Belper News, 07:49 in Sport
 
Vow to fight revised energy park plans

Vow to fight revised energy park plans

Rutland residents have vowed to fight revised plans for an energy park, where nine wind turbines are planned. Renewable energy development company RES is due to submit two separate proposals to Rutland County Council for installing nine wind turbines...

 

Fitness: 5 lower body stretches

OVER the past six weeks my articles have been focusing on exercises using a Bosu ball, and stretches to accompany these exercises. This is the sixth week and completes the six-week workout. Here are five lower body stretches to accompany last week's...

 
Marking anniversary of beer festival in style

Marking anniversary of beer festival in style

Drinkers will raise their glasses just once more tonight as time is called on the 40th Steel City Beer and Cider Festival. Visitors have been able to sample more than 100 beers from 44 brewers at the event at Kelham Island Museum over the four-day...

 


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