News archive from 7 June 2018

High Tides - June 8 to June 15

BRIDLINGTON Here are this week's high tide times for Bridlington: Fri 08 1232 4.8(m) **** *** Sat 09 0126 4.8(m) 1335 5.0(m) Sun 10 0222 5.1(m) 1431 5.3(m) Mon 11 0312 5.3(m) 1522 5.5(m) Tue 12 0358 5.7(m) 1611 5.8(m) Wed 13 0442 5.9(m) 1658 6.0(m)...

 
Miner's strike policing in Scotland to be reviewed

Miner's strike policing in Scotland to be reviewed

An independent review of the impact of policing on communities during the miner's strike has been set up by the Scottish government. Many Scottish communities were caught up in the nationwide industrial action in 1984 and 1985. Justice Secretary...

BBC, 16:05 in Regional
 
Father of TT death biker Dan Kneen praises Prince William

Father of TT death biker Dan Kneen praises Prince William

The father of late TT star Dan Kneen has praised the "compassion and understanding" of Prince William, who offered his support to the family. Mr Kneen, from Onchan, was killed in a collision on 30 May. The Duke of Cambridge requested a...

BBC, 16:05 in Regional
 
Man Utd transfer news: Jose Mourinho contacts Marko Arnautovic agent ahead of £50m deal

Man Utd transfer news: Jose Mourinho contacts Marko Arnautovic agent ahead of £50m deal

Arnautovic only joined West Ham last summer, playing a crucial part in preserving their Premier League status. The Austria international cost a club-record £20m - which could rise to £25m with add-ons - and scored 11 goals in his 36 appearances. But...

Daily Star, 16:05 in Sport
 

Don’t lose it all for football during World Cup 2018

West Yorkshire Police is reaching out to football fans ahead of the start of the World Cup urging them not to lose it all for football. During the Euro 2016 tournament, and other major sporting events, police have seen spikes in domestic abuse...

 
Kanye West’s Ye album doesn’t enlighten us on mental illness, instead it perpetuates misogyny

Kanye West’s Ye album doesn’t enlighten us on mental illness, instead it perpetuates misogyny

It was a chance to get our heads around an album about mental health. Another way to better understand its affect on the artist and ourselves – to go a little deeper into the sadness, and even the brilliance, of our mental illnesses, and help to...

Metro, 16:06 in Hot News
 
Birmingham City University makes historic coin for President Trump

Birmingham City University makes historic coin for President Trump

A commemorative coin produced in Birmingham will be presented to President Donald Trump after a university professor was inspired by a US reality TV show. Professor Julian Beer, deputy vice-chancellor of Birmingham City University (BCU), was watching...

 
French school students to be banned from using mobile phones

French school students to be banned from using mobile phones

French school students will be banned from using mobile phones anywhere on school grounds from September, after the lower house of parliament passed what it called a “detox” law for a younger generation increasingly addicted to screens. The centrist...

 

Residents reminded to rate Cherwell services in review of council

As it approaches the half-way mark, residents are being urged to take part in Cherwell District Council’s six-week annual satisfaction survey. Set to end on Tuesday, June 19 the survey asks residents to rate district council services and whether it...

 

Aston Villa to play Burton Albion for Bass Charity Vase in pre-season friendly

Burton Albion will host Aston Villa in their annual Bass Charity Vase game next month. The Villains - who missed out on promotion to the Premier League by losing the Championship play-off final in May - will visit the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday, July...

Burton Mail, 16:08 in Sport
 

Why Burton Albion contract decisions will take time for some this summer

A year ago, Burton Albion were in the midst of a busy week of contract activity. Between June 5 and June 12, 2017, John Mousinho, Stephen Bywater, Marvin Sordell, Harry Campbell and Ben Turner all signed new deals at the Pirelli Stadium. Twelve months...

Burton Mail, 16:08 in Sport
 
We all need the confidence of the viral Indian ‘dancing uncle’

We all need the confidence of the viral Indian ‘dancing uncle’

Sometimes the strangest things go viral. But you’ll be glad that Sanjeev Shrivastava has blown up all over the internet, because his dance moves are epic. The economics professor really let loose at a wedding while his wife could only watch on and...

Metro, 16:09 in Lifestyle
 

Motorist is fined after collision left cyclist with a broken collar bone and ribs

A careless driver has been ordered to pay £361 after he collided into a cyclist who suffered a fractured collar bone and broken ribs. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, June 6, how Anthony Avery, 30, had been at the junction of the...

 

‘Plans to restore former Melton canal could be scuppered by bypass route’

0 Have your say Campaigners who want to restore an historic canal between Melton and Oakham fear their plans will be scuppered by the preferred route for the proposed new bypass. The Oakham Canal was opened in 1802 and ran from the terminal basin of...

 

Weekend weather round-up: What to expect in Leeds over the next three days

Will the weather this weekend be gloriously warm and sunny or will it be bleak and grey? Here’s the weather forecast for Leeds over the next three days. In general, the weather will be warm, but overcast, with some sunny intervals occurring throughout...

 


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