News archive from 7 July 2014, page 19

Hull KR win dedicated to Sandercock' as Chris Chester admits he wants job

Hull KR win "dedicated to Sandercock' as Chris Chester admits he wants job

Hull KR caretaker coach Chris Chester dedicated his first victory in charge to deposed coach Craig Sandercock after admitting both he and the players had let him down. Chester, who pressed his claim for a position he has admitted to coveting, did his...

 
Where Nottingham's £50m from the Government's Local Growth Fund will be spent

Where Nottingham's £50m from the Government's Local Growth Fund will be spent

THE money D2N2 has secured from the Government's Local Growth Fund will amount to a total of £172 million over six years for projects across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Much of it is match-funding to help get projects kick-started. D2N2 says that...

 

German industry output sees biggest fall in 2 years in May

"After a strong first quarter, industry output weakened over the last months. Besides the effect of the bridge days in May and weakness in construction, which was to be expected after the mild winter, geopolitical factors may also have played a...

Reuters, 07:42 in Business
 
Man Utd ready to offer Nani in £40m bid for Chile star Arturo Vidal

Man Utd ready to offer Nani in £40m bid for Chile star Arturo Vidal

Vidal is valued at £40m but United are considering a lower cash offer with Portuguese winger Nani included.

 

Nottingham skills hub set to get £30m for development on derelict land

THE Nottingham Skills Hub has won the single biggest amount of funding in today's announcement. It will receive £30 million towards a £60 million project to build a landmark 270,000 sq ft facility on derelict land east of Broadmarsh, which is next to...

 
Devastated Mark Cavendish faces operation after crashing out of Tour De France

Devastated Mark Cavendish faces operation after crashing out of Tour De France

The 29-year-old Omega Pharma-QuickStep sprinter suffered a separated AC joint after colliding with Australian Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEdge) as Giant-Shimano's Marcel Kittel won the stage and with it the yellow jersey. The 25-times Tour stage winner...

 
Crashed Dove Holes hairdresser was four times limit

Crashed Dove Holes hairdresser was four times limit

A Dove Holes hairdresser who crashed into a parked car in the afternoon, was found to be four times over the limit, a court heard. Gaynor Holmes told police she had had a glass of wine with her lunch and may have had a mouthful of vodka to take a...

 
Liverpool set to seal £25m Lazar Markovic move, whilst Reds eye Sanchez - Suarez switch

Liverpool set to seal £25m Lazar Markovic move, whilst Reds eye Sanchez - Suarez switch

Arsenal are confident of signing Sanchez, which would then mean Barcelona signing Suarez for cash. Liverpool are also set to open talks with Belgium striker Divock Origi having agreed a £9.8m deal with Lille, and have been told they must pay £25m for...

 

Young Derby maths pupils tell England World Cup boss where he went wrong

ANY day now, England manager Roy Hodgson could be receiving some advice about his future England squad from pupils at a Derby school - based on maths. England's early exit from the World Cup hit football-loving pupils at Walter Evans C of E Primary...

 
After £14m investment, Prime Minister explains why his Government is backing Derbyshire

After £14m investment, Prime Minister explains why his Government is backing Derbyshire

PRIME Minister David Cameron today spelled out his commitment to investing in Derbyshire and strengthening the local economy. In a personal message to Derby Telegraph readers, he pledged it would mean "real change" to the prospects for the...

 
Derby school head hits back at fence security criticism

Derby school head hits back at fence security criticism

I AM writing in response to the letter "Childish decision to put steel fence round pitches" (June 25), from P Hayes regarding the security fence that has been erected around the grounds of Lees Brook Community School. The Governors took the...

 
Taylor Wimpey Ups Housebuilding By 11%

Taylor Wimpey Ups Housebuilding By 11%

Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has increased its construction rate by 11% in the first six months of the year. The company said it completed 5,766 homes in the first half, with an average selling price of completed properties at £206,000. The average...

 
Young dancer set to star in stage show

Young dancer set to star in stage show

The dreams of an asipiring dancer have come true as he is set to star in a top stage show. In Billy Elliot-style Jacob Thompson will tread the boards, making his debut in classic ballet production The Nutcracker. The up-and-coming star was selected at...

 
Teen to lose her locks to support cancer charity

Teen to lose her locks to support cancer charity

A teenager is to lose her most prized "possession' to help those in need when she has her long locks cut off for charity on Tuesday. Becky Walker, 16, of Horncastle Road, Boston, is set have her head shaved at 2pm, in Asda, to donate to the...

 

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on July 7

* Futures for the index were down 0.1 percent at 0640 GMT. * The UK blue chip index rose 0.84 of a point - flat in percentage terms - to 6,866.05 points on Friday, its highest close since June 10. Over the course of the week, it advanced 1.6 percent,...

 


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