News archive from 3 February 2018, page 15

Man Utd news LIVE: Mourinho’s Pogba message, Sanchez wage revealed, Nainggolan revelation

Man Utd news LIVE: Mourinho’s Pogba message, Sanchez wage revealed, Nainggolan revelation

Man Utd News LIVE: Express Sport brings you all the latest from Old Trafford Saturday February 3 Mourinho/Pogba exchange 07.45: Jose Mourinho has claimed he hooked Paul Pogba in the 2-0 defeat to Tottenham for tactical reasons and NOT because of a...

 
Who is Nick Foles? Why does he wear number 9? How much will he get if he wins Super Bowl?

Who is Nick Foles? Why does he wear number 9? How much will he get if he wins Super Bowl?

Foles is attempting  to join a very exclusive club on Sunday by being only the second man to beat Tom Brady in a Super Bowl. But just who is he? And why will he definitely not be a Philadelphia Eagles player in two seasons' time? Well the answer to...

 
Early objections raised to ‘misleading’ Long Marston homes plans

Early objections raised to ‘misleading’ Long Marston homes plans

THE first piece of the Long Marston housing jigsaw has attracted significant opposition from local residents. Last year CALA Homes submitted a reserved matters application for the first 400 homes at the site, plans which included football pitches,...

 

Metro strike: Last gasp talks to avert disruption take place between RMT and Nexus

Last gasp talks to avert a strike on the Metro have been held between the RMT rail union and Nexus. Union bosses have previously announced their intention to ballot members for industrial action over a pay dispute. Metro workers have been classed as...

 

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Saturday, February 3. Stay with us here for all the latest travel, weather and news.

 

Gateshead Football Club defends 'excessive' police presence at match after stewards 'threatened'

Gateshead Football Club have defended the “excessive” police presence at Tuesday night’s match after several fans were banned for “antagonising” stadium staff over the weekend. The club were accused of “overkill” by supporters when around 30 officers...

 

How green grass turned to brown as house builder offers compensation for ruined garden

Remember that song The Green Green Grass of Home? Tom Jones performed a version and it became a worldwide hit. Which brings me to Rebecca Willcox and her house built by Keepmoat Homes in Newcastle. It didn’t have green green grass but it did have...

 

Watch man with autism make a butterfly out of BABYBEL WAX in five minutes

He has gained worldwide fame for making stunning models out of Babybel cheese wax - now Mitchell McLanaghan shows us just how he does it. The 32-year-old, who has autism, has amassed hundreds of fans in America, Australia, Europe as well as the UK...

 

Drunk and drugged-up teen trapped man under his car

A teenage drunk, drugged-up and dangerous driver who hit a pedestrian and trapped him under his car, has been locked up. Morgan Williamson was found to have more than twice the legal limit for alcohol, over seven times the limit of the main metabolite...

 

Fundraising match to give DJ Little Kev the ‘send-off he deserves’

The father of a popular Five Towns DJ kicked off an emotional football match staged in his son’s memory. Around 200 people turned out to Saturday’s game, held in honour of Kev Woodhead, who died last month following a fall. A one minute’s applause was...

 

Pubs are urged to ditch plastic straws

Bars will be urged to ditch plastic straws as campaigners launch the next stage of the drive to tackle pollution on the coast. It follows the success of Tynemouth in becoming the first place in the region to be awarded Plastic Free Coastline status....

 

Official opening of endoscopy unit

North Tyneside General Hospital’s new £2.5million endoscopy unit, which gives patients access to some of the best facilities available in the NHS, has been officially opened. It is located in purpose-designed, fully-refurbished premises that offer...

 

Next step for major project

Work to revive the Spanish City in Whitley Bay has reached another milestone as major improvements outside the building are now under way. Empress Gardens, the area between the iconic venue and the Cenotaph on the Links, is being refurbished and the...

 

Driver training boosts safeguarding

A training drive is boosting the safeguarding of young and vulnerable people in North Tyneside. All Hackney carriage and private hire drivers licensed by the local authority must undergo Child Sexual Exploitation Training. A total of 1,280 drivers...

 

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

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