News archive from 7 December 2019

Vacated Buddy's for Children with Autism shop could be converted

A FORMER town centre charity shop could be used as a training centre for "needy" young people. Following the closure of the Buddy's for Children with Autism shop and cafe in The Rock, an application has been submitted for the unit to be used...

 

New services to help alcohol and drug users overcome addictions

PEOPLE in Bury who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse will be helped to overcome their addictions. New substance misuse services are being made available across the borough to support people to break the cycles of addiction. There will be a...

 

Derbyshire dad saves woman's life during Caribbean holiday horror

A Derbyshire man saved a drowning woman's life using first aid skills he learned through the Derby Telegraph's Save A Life campaign. John Delaney, 60, of Hartshorne, near Swadlincote, was on holiday at the Starfish Resort on the Caribbean island of...

 

Derby man makes home in park vowing never to live in a house again

A man who spent his birthday living in a tent in Bass's Recreation Ground has revealed why he has set up his home there. The 47-year-old, who did not wish to give his name, said he had been in the park, just outside Derby city centre, for the last...

 

Scores of Derbyshire children 'likely to be homeless' for Christmas

Scores of homeless children are likely to be spending Christmas in Derbyshire's bed and breakfasts, hostels and other emergency housing, according to a charity. National housing charity Shelter issued the warning as the most recent figures show 171...

 

LOTTO RESULTS: winning National Lottery numbers for Saturday, December 7, 2019

Will tonight be your lucky night when the Lotto numbers are announced? The National Lottery Lotto numbers for Saturday, December 7, have now been revealed. Have you got plans to stock up on the caviar or are you thinking of going on that...

 

The best places for late-night Christmas shopping in Derby - including opening times

As Christmas shopping is well underway, you might be considering where the best place to shop in Derby is. And for those who work a full-time day time job, late-night shopping is a must. Three of the biggest and best shopping centres in Derby include...

 

Armed Lout causes damage in Hairy Dog after row with staff

A lout who punched a vending machine at a well-known Derby pub was also found to be carrying a baton and pepper spray. Stuart Sharman was being "abusive" towards staff at the Hairy Dog pub, in Beckett Street. Southern Derbyshire Magistrates'...

 

How you can be paid hundreds to ski - including free flights to the Alps

Have you had enough of your 9-5 office job? Have you always dreamed of leaving day-to-day life behind and travelling the world? Well now you can do just that and get paid for it. Enthusiastic, ready-to-learn people are needed to spend four weeks...

 

Inside the stunning thatched Derby cottage that you can grab for a great price at auction

There is a real Christmas cracker of a property coming up in the next Derby auction from SDL Auctions Graham Penny. A thatched cottage in a Derby suburb. And it isn't your usual doer-upper, this is a refurbished, Grade II-listed show stopper. Robert...

 

Bakery success for Burton woman who has 'loved every minute'

A 'pipe dream' to turn a market stall into a bakery has become a reality for a Burton woman. When Tracey Heap started her business five years ago, she had no idea what a journey should would go on from opening a pop up stall. The 52-year-old first...

 

The unusual driving laws we didn't know we were breaking

ARE you breaking the law - and don't even know you're doing it? With over 300 laws and counting in the Highway Code, it’s hard for drivers these days to keep track. And while you’re probably savvy with the basics, are there any road laws you didn’t...

 

Weekend walk: This is a great walk for nature lovers

The source of the River Douglas is in the springs rising up in the peaty tussocks high on the slopes of Winter Hill. But where does it end up? This walk explores the marshes where the sluggish River Douglas, having flowed through Wigan, merges with...

 

Sit back, relax and enjoy Morocco’s best-kept secret

Flavoured with a squeeze of lime and a touch of vinegar, shell suitably gnarly and its contents glistening under the early winter sun, the oyster I’m about to shuck on a near-empty Moroccan beach is about as straight-from-the-sea as it gets. Barely...

 

The staggering number of children who could be homeless in Leicestershire during Christmas 2019

Hundreds of homeless children are likely to be spending Christmas in Leicestershire's bed and breakfasts, hostels and other emergency housing, according to a charity. National housing charity Shelter issued the warning as the most recent figures show...

 
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