News archive from 7 December 2014, page 16

Chance to quiz Warwickshire doctors

Chance to quiz Warwickshire doctors

Two public meetings are being held for people interested in finding out more about the services available for those affected by diabetes and serious skin conditions who are treated by the South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust. The first meeting on...

 
Warwick Sea Scouts’ Christmas post service has begun

Warwick Sea Scouts’ Christmas post service has begun

The 2nd Warwick Sea Scouts have launched their Christmas post service to raise money for Bethany's Wish and the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance. People can send post with a scout stamp to a CV34 postcode. Last post is December 19. The...

 

PM's 'dither and denial' on climate

David Cameron has "abdicated responsibility" on the environment and turned Britain into a "laggard" on climate change, Ed Miliband has claimed. The Labour leader accused the Prime Minister of jettisoning the issue when it became...

 
Chance to quiz Warwickshire doctors

Chance to quiz Warwickshire doctors

Two public meetings are being held for people interested in finding out more about the services available for those affected by diabetes and serious skin conditions who are treated by the South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust. The first meeting on...

 
Warwick Sea Scouts’ Christmas post service has begun

Warwick Sea Scouts’ Christmas post service has begun

The 2nd Warwick Sea Scouts have launched their Christmas post service to raise money for Bethany's Wish and the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance. People can send post with a scout stamp to a CV34 postcode. Last post is December 19. The...

 
Princethorpe students visit centre for nuclear research

Princethorpe students visit centre for nuclear research

Sixth form physicists at Princethorpe College discovered there is no substitute for first hand experience when they zipped off to Geneva to visit CERN - Europe's leading organisation for nuclear research. They spent a jam-packed weekend in Switzerland...

 

Madison Horn murder: Tragic toddler's killer Kevin Park to launch appeal against his conviction

THE fiend caged for murdering toddler Madison Horn is to launch an appeal against his conviction. Kevin Park was jailed for 22 years last month over the horrific killing of the two-year-old on Easter Sunday. But now Park, 27, will try and overturn the...

 
Dad-of-three charged with murder of his five-week-old daughter and attempting to kill baby boy four years on

Dad-of-three charged with murder of his five-week-old daughter and attempting to kill baby boy four years on

A DAD of three has been charged with the murder of his five-week-old daughter and attempting to kill a baby boy. Financial advisor Ian Ruddock was charged with killing baby daughter Olivia nearly four years after she died in hospital. Her death was...

 
Town in mourning after tragic five-year-old Scott Chirashi was found dead after suffering 'significant injury'

Town in mourning after tragic five-year-old Scott Chirashi was found dead after suffering 'significant injury'

NEIGHBOURS and friends yesterday paid tearful tribute to a five-year-old schoolboy found dead at his home. Scott Chirashi’s body was found by police on Friday at his home in Alva, Clackmannanshire, having suffered “a significant injury”. His mother...

 

First Test to honour Hughes

Cricket Australia has announced a range of tributes to honour the late Phillip Hughes ahead of Tuesday's first Test against India in Adelaide. The Australia players will wear Hughes' Test cap number 408 on their shirts for the match. Players and team...

Belper News, 07:44 in Sport
 
Taking the test to raise awareness

Taking the test to raise awareness

Councillors took an HIV test in a symbolic gesture to encourage people to take part in screening for the virus. Pontefract North councillor Pat Garbutt and Coun Jean Askew, who represents Ackworth, North Elmsall and Upton, took the finger-prick blood...

 
SPECIAL REPORT: Magic of Christmas market draws big crowd to Northampton town centre

SPECIAL REPORT: Magic of Christmas market draws big crowd to Northampton town centre

Within its first two weeks of opening, shoppers have already been choosing to visit Northampton Christmas Market over other bigger markets in the country. The weekend saw a surge in visitors to the new German Christmas Market, in Abington Street in...

 
Northampton pub can brew beers to suit the customer

Northampton pub can brew beers to suit the customer

An event will take place this week to inaugurate a new brewery based at a Northampton pub, which aims to respond to its customers' tastes. Cotton End Brewery Co. will be based at the Pomfret Arms, in Far Cotton, and will be able to manufacture small...

 
Cat rehoming day at Northampton animal centre today

Cat rehoming day at Northampton animal centre today

A cat rehoming day is taking place at the Animal Medical Centre in The Drive, Kingsley, today (Sunday) from noon to 4pm. A spokesman for the centre said there were about 20 cats available for viewing. “Your chosen cat can be reserved with a £20...

 
Councillor shrugs off watchdog rap

Councillor shrugs off watchdog rap

Two Ashfield District Councillors have had their knuckles rapped over misconduct in a new council report. The council’s standards sub-committee hearing investigated the actions of Coun Jason Zadrozny and Coun Gail Turner during two separate...

 


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