News archive from 8 February 2018, page 13

Cleadon beauty spot being used as dumping ground

A dog walker has hit out at flytippers who are blighting a South Tyneside beauty spot with their discarded household rubbish. Anthony Brew says once again Cleadon Hills is being turned into a dumping ground by those who fail to deal with their waste...

 

Hospital ward in South Shields celebrates achieving prestigious mark

A hospital ward has been given a clean bill of health after being recognised for the care it gives. Ward 19 at South Tyneside District Hospital is one of just 40 wards across England to have achieved The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Quality Mark...

 

South Shields dad’s Great North Run charity bid

A devoted dad is being inspired by his daughter’s battle with arthritis to spur him on in his Great North Run training. Wayne Groves from South Shields is taking part in the 13.1 mile half marathon in aid of Arthritis Research UK. The 38-year-old once...

 
Girl, 12, rang suicide line as bullies banged on toilet door at school

Girl, 12, rang suicide line as bullies banged on toilet door at school

Children as young as nine have phoned the Papyrus HOPELineUK service, the suicide prevention charity said. Recent callers included a 12-year-old girl who said she was convinced she was going to die after her school’s attempts to stop her being bullied...

Metro, 06:46 in Hot News
 
Number plate TAX1 goes up for sale for first time in over 40 years

Number plate TAX1 goes up for sale for first time in over 40 years

One of the UK’s ‘rarest and most sought after’ number plates is to be sold at auction. The DVLA plate TAX1 has been in private ownership for over 40 years but now expects to reach up to £100,000 when it goes on sale on February 22. Auctioneer Jonathan...

Metro, 06:50 in Hot News
 

‘Remarkable’ Ian was an unsung hero

‘Remarkable’ Ian Toothill praised as an unsung hero Sheffield Wednesday fan Ian Toothill successfully took on the world’s highest peak last June after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, and planted a Sheffield United flag at the summit to boost his...

 
Arsenal news LIVE updates: Isco chance, Lemar prediction, Elneny shock claim

Arsenal news LIVE updates: Isco chance, Lemar prediction, Elneny shock claim

Arsenal news live updates: rumours and gossip from the Emirates Stadium Thursday February 8 Isco chance 06.45: Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane wants to sell midfielder Isco in the summer, according to Spanish newspaper AS. And Liverpool and...

 
Chelsea star Eden Hazard WILL sign for Real Madrid: Sky Sports pundit makes huge claim

Chelsea star Eden Hazard WILL sign for Real Madrid: Sky Sports pundit makes huge claim

That’s according to Sky Sports pundit Craig Bellamy. The Belgian has reportedly stalled on a new contract offer amid interest from the La Liga giants, with president Florentino Perez targeting a number of mega-money signings to shake up the squad....

Daily Star, 06:51 in Sport
 
Pokemon Go news: Niantic's new secret update revealed as fans prepare for 2018 event

Pokemon Go news: Niantic's new secret update revealed as fans prepare for 2018 event

Trainers are hoping for a new Pokemon Go event to launch later this week. Recent Pokemon Go news has been dominated by Niantic’s decision to change how the Mewtwo EX Raid’s function. But having found out that invites will be more readily available to...

 

COURT ROUND-UP: Latest convictions from Doncaster, Sheffield and Barnsley magistrates’ courts

The following were convicted at Doncaster, Sheffield and Barnsley magistrates’ courts. Doncaster Addresses Doncaster unless stated Gareth Anthony Gardner: aged 32, of no fixed address, attempted theft, carrying a knife in a public place without lawful...

 

Weigh up paying into a work pension scheme

Have you started a new job and been offered auto-enrolment into a pension scheme for the first time but are worried that you’ll struggle to meet your living expenses? Even if retirement is a long way off, or you’ve got immediate costs you need to...

 

Mums praise maternity care at Doncaster hospitals

New mums have praised maternity services at Doncaster hospitals and shared their labour stories in a survey. The national survey by the Care Quality Commission was sent to over 300 women across the borough to ask them about their experiences of...

 

Weigh up paying into a work pension scheme

Have you started a new job and been offered auto-enrolment into a pension scheme for the first time but are worried that you’ll struggle to meet your living expenses? Even if retirement is a long way off, or you’ve got immediate costs you need to...

 

Northumberland Livestock

Wooler January 30 Harrison & Hetherington held their fortnightly sale of store cattle to a fabulous ring side of buyers looking on with men going home empty handed. Topping the day’s trading was a fabulous Aberdeen Angus Steer from GW Green &...

 

Northumberland Livestock

Acklington January 29 North East Livestock Sales sold 87 store cattle also store hoggs. A large crowd of buyers were very active with a small but good show of cattle presented. Calves: A quality selection forward. The section topped at £1050 for a pen...

 


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