News archive from 3 December 2016, page 14

Lifeboat crewman awarded medal for Eyemouth rescue

Eyemouth RNLI crewman Dean Mark, who saved a man from drowning in Eyemouth harbour, was awarded a silver medal at the National Police and Public Bravery Awards. Dean was presented with his medal at a ceremony in London which recognised the courage and...

 

Why Roman skeletons could be first evidence of Leicester's African population

Skeletons found during an archaeological dig in Leicester could be the first example of African people living in the city. Some 83 remains dating back to the 2nd century AD were discovered during investigations into a large Roman cemetery at the...

 

Leicester City file fresh application to stop 'Blue Army' tag being used on knock-off merchandise

Leicester City has filed a fresh application to stop the Blue Army tag being used on knock-off merchandise. The club wants protection for the name – given to passionate City supporters – to stop it being used without permission on everything from...

 
West Ham prepare audacious move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge

West Ham prepare audacious move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge

West Ham are preparing a surprising swoop for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, reports say. The Hammers are languishing down at the bottom of the Premier League table and sit just one point above the relegation zone. Sturridge, 27, meanwhile, has...

Metro, 08:30 in Sport
 
Chelsea star Victor Moses must do this for Antonio Conte against Man City - Martin Keown

Chelsea star Victor Moses must do this for Antonio Conte against Man City - Martin Keown

The Blues head into the Etihad showdown top of the Premier League having picked up 31 points from their opening 13 games. Although their title credentials will be provided a stern test by Pep Guardiola’s side. City play host to Chelsea having enjoyed...

Daily Star, 08:30 in Sport
 
I fancy Chelsea to beat Manchester City…this is why - Jermaine Jenas

I fancy Chelsea to beat Manchester City…this is why - Jermaine Jenas

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Daily Star, 08:30 in Sport
 

Whitnash Mayor shows Trees of Light support

Whitnash Mayor Simon Button (pictured) has encouraged people to remembered absent loved ones by making a donation to the Rotary club of Royal Leamington Spa’s Trees of Light fundraising campaign. The Tree of Light outside St Margaret’s church in...

 
Mystery pilot draws pictures and messages with his flight paths

Mystery pilot draws pictures and messages with his flight paths

Who would’ve thought drawing shapes in the sky could bring so much joy? Well this guy is doing is attempting to do just that – only he’s drawing the shapes with actual flight paths. The talented mystery pilot has already taken to plotting hearts,...

Metro, 08:33 in Hot News
 
The end is nigh for the £3 meal deal and Brexit’s being blamed

The end is nigh for the £3 meal deal and Brexit’s being blamed

Cheap lunches could be out of the window as it’s revealed that the £3 meal deal is under threat. As most people will know Tesco and Sainsbury’s offer a three-piece meal (typically a sandwich, drink and crisps) for a pretty decent price. But the...

Metro, 08:33 in Hot News
 

Ofsted: Pupils’ progress still too slow at Academy

Berwick Academy is making improvements in some subjects but the overall impact of changes made in recent months is variable and pupils’ progress remains too slow. That is the assessment of Ofsted inspectors whose report of their most recent visit to...

 

Courses for special needs students offered by Northumberland College

Northumberland College has opened a Foundation Academy providing five day a week courses for young people with special education needs or disabilities, to help them make the best transition from school to the world of work. The college has invested in...

 

The Christopher Magee conspiracy trial - read the full details of exactly what happened in court

A judge said it "beggars belief" after it was revealed one of the conspirators in the Christopher Magee trial was pregnant. Magee had already pleaded guilty to attempting to murder his victim before a six-week trial of his conspirators began...

 
What's so special about these 50 Derby businesses?

What's so special about these 50 Derby businesses?

We've had Black Friday, we've had Cyber Monday - now Derby shoppers are being urged to back a campaign this Saturday which aims to highlight the benefits of using local independent businesses. They are being urged to show their support for Small...

 

Stoke City v Burnley: Meet the Clarets with a bitter taste for away games

GOALKEEPER PAUL ROBINSON Fairytale return to Premier League action last weekend as the 37 year-old played his first top-flight game for 802 days. That was with bitter rivals Blackburn, of course, but Burnley fans were grateful for his safe keeping...

 

Stoke City v Burnley: I've never had so many selection dilemmas admits boss

Mark Hughes goes into his 150th game as Stoke City manager with more selection dilemmas than before any of those previous 149 games at the club. So says the manager himself as he faces decisions in defence, midfield and attack… not to mention which...

 


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