News archive from 7 August 2015, page 14

Half of all hate crimes go unreported in Hartlepool, research finds

Half of all hate crimes go unreported in Hartlepool, research finds

Almost half of hate crime victims did not report it, an investigation into the issue has found. Two hundred hate crime surveys were sent to various groups that support victims across Hartlepool as part of a council-led investigation. Sarah Lewis Of...

 
Hartlepool teenager back home after church camping trip crash

Hartlepool teenager back home after church camping trip crash

A Hartlepool teenager has returned home to recover after being involved in a coach crash while away camping. The 14-year-old was one of three town youngsters taken to hospital following a collision on Monday between a coach carrying young people from...

 
Emotional roller coaster looking back at your childhood

Emotional roller coaster looking back at your childhood

We've been home a week now and the combination of jet lag and the throat infection I caught somewhere over the Atlantic has made things very odd, so I've had to put off raring to go for another week. However it has enabled me to catch up with news and...

 
Leeds pervert took photos of sex abuse of baby

Leeds pervert took photos of sex abuse of baby

A MAN who took photographs of himself sexually abusing a nine-month-old baby girl has been given a ten-year sentence. Police made the horrific discovery after they went to Michael Perry’s home in Leeds and seized computer equipment after he was...

 
Emotional roller coaster looking back at your childhood

Emotional roller coaster looking back at your childhood

We've been home a week now and the combination of jet lag and the throat infection I caught somewhere over the Atlantic has made things very odd, so I've had to put off raring to go for another week. However it has enabled me to catch up with news and...

 
South Yorkshire Police officers manning 999 phones due to staff cutbacks

South Yorkshire Police officers manning 999 phones due to staff cutbacks

South Yorkshire Police officers are having to answer 999 calls due to staff cuts, the force has confirmed. Fifteen police officers have been taken off normal duties and sent to Atlas Court to work as call-handlers for up to ‘three months’. Police...

 
Carer stole from elderly Sheffield man with Alzheimer’s to pay for Jamaica trip

Carer stole from elderly Sheffield man with Alzheimer’s to pay for Jamaica trip

A cruel carer stole more than £2,000 from an 89-year-old man with Alzheimer's disease to pay for flights to Jamaica. Cheating Jolene Bernard, aged 39, of Norwood Drive, Shirecliffe, Sheffield, was caught after a relative checked the victim’s bank...

 
Pedestrian casualties in Wales at 35-year low

Pedestrian casualties in Wales at 35-year low

The number of pedestrians killed or injured on Welsh roads is at its lowest level for 35 years. There were 992 incidents in 2014 - the first time the figure has dipped below 1,000 - with the 13 recorded fatalities the least since records began in...

BBC, 06:16 in Regional
 
Port Vale: Rob Page explains Jak Alnwick signing

Port Vale: Rob Page explains Jak Alnwick signing

PORT Vale boss Rob Page has revealed he had been considering a move for Jak Alnwick for the last two weeks before agreeing a deal with the former Newcastle United keeper yesterday. Alnwick has signed until January, joining on a free transfer after he...

 
Former Rangers 'company secretary' Sevim Cesim flies in to Scotland to be quizzed by detectives probing Ibrox club

Former Rangers 'company secretary' Sevim Cesim flies in to Scotland to be quizzed by detectives probing...

POLICE probing Charles Green’s Rangers reign have quizzed a key whistleblower. French businesswoman Sevim Cesim was questioned in Scotland on Wednesday. And yesterday, former Gers boss Ally McCoist was spotted giving her a send-off at Glasgow...

 
South Yorkshire Police officers manning 999 phones due to staff cutbacks

South Yorkshire Police officers manning 999 phones due to staff cutbacks

South Yorkshire Police officers are having to answer 999 calls due to staff cuts, the force has confirmed. Fifteen police officers have been taken off normal duties and sent to Atlas Court to work as call-handlers for up to ‘three months’. Police...

 
Warning as bogus callers pose as East Staffordshire Borough Council staff

Warning as bogus callers pose as East Staffordshire Borough Council staff

ADVICE has been issued to people across East Staffordshire after a string of hoax scams in the area by bogus callers pretending to be council workers. East Staffordshire Borough Council is urging residents to be aware of the dangers following reports,...

 

Donald Trump in the GOP debate: his best lines and the most cringeworthy

Donald Trump was centre stage at the Fox News debate, and the poll-topping candidate for the Republican nomination spoke across a breadth of issues. Immigration. Christians. Financial advice. Marriage invitation etiquette. Trump was across them all....

 
Sheffield athletics star is race ready after gruelling cancer fight

Sheffield athletics star is race ready after gruelling cancer fight

At 14-years-old in 2012, athletics enthusiast Niamh Hardy had the world at her feet - but in a cruel twist, her sporting dreams were nearly crushed. Niamh’s world was turned upside down as she was diagnosed with cancer in her abdomen and her athletics...

 
Third of drivers ‘do not know correct speed limit’

Third of drivers ‘do not know correct speed limit’

More than a third of drivers do not know what the speed limit is on roads, a new study has revealed. OnePoll questioned 2,000 people on behalf of Co-operative Insurance, with 36 per cent of them unaware that the national limit on a dual carriageway...

 


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