News archive from 8 June 2015, page 14

Court round-up: Latest convictions at Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley magistrates’ courts

Court round-up: Latest convictions at Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley magistrates’ courts

The following cases were heard at Doncaster, Sheffield, Rotherham and Barnsley magistrates' courts between Wednesday, May 20, and Wednesday, May 27. Doncaster All addresses Doncaster unless otherwise stated: Assault: James Burrell, aged 21, of Ripon...

 
Park’s war of words reaches boiling point

Park’s war of words reaches boiling point

AN ongoing dispute between the council and a campaign to "save" a Wigan park has escalated due to a controversial information leaflet. Local authority bosses say they have become increasingly concerned about reports residents have been...

 
DVD and book record Deepings First World War exhibition

DVD and book record Deepings First World War exhibition

A book and DVD have been released to record the success of a First World War exhibition in the Deepings. A launch for The Deepings Remember 1914 to 1918, about the war’s impact on Deeping Gate, Deeping St James, Market Deeping and West Deeping, was...

 

European Factors to Watch-FTSE set to edge up, DAX seen lower

Financial spreadbetters expected Britain's FTSE 100 to open up by 8-15 points, or as much as 0.2 percent higher. Germany's DAX was seen falling by 11 to 27 points, or as much as 0.2 percent lower, while France's CAC was seen opening unchanged to down...

 
Health chief hits back at MP over Jarrow walk-in centre plans

Health chief hits back at MP over Jarrow walk-in centre plans

A health boss has hit back at an MP's concerns over the future of a South Tyneside health service after the issue was raised in the House of Commons. Jarrow MP Stephen Hepburn made a plea in Parliament last week for a debate on the future of walk-in...

 
Study group aims to help teens with exam stress

Study group aims to help teens with exam stress

A group in South Tyneside which supports young people struggling with exam stress has been given a funding boost. Study Sanity, created by Kerry Bagley, aims to help teenagers aged from 14 to 19, who are struggling with self-confidence as they prepare...

 
Hartlepool people urged to give views on 1,200-homes plan

Hartlepool people urged to give views on 1,200-homes plan

A residents' group is urging people to make the most of the extra time given to comment on the biggest potential development in Hartlepool for years. Persimmon Homes are seeking permission to build 1,260 new homes in a South West Extension...

 
Devoted Danielle is running for her nanna

Devoted Danielle is running for her nanna

A devoted granddaughter is throwing herself into raising money for the Alzheimer's Society. Danielle Border was devastated when her nanna, Joan Harper, 73, was diagnosed with the disease six years ago. My nanna was my best friend. We did everything...

 
South Shields charity champ back on her bike for capital challenge

South Shields charity champ back on her bike for capital challenge

A charity champion mum got saddled up for fundraising success - after going the extra mile to complete a gruelling bike ride through the streets of London. Amy Clarke was one of 1,800 caring ladies to get geared up for a 63-mile night-time trek to...

 
The Star Says: ‘Anti-social’ needs a harsher stigma

The Star Says: ‘Anti-social’ needs a harsher stigma

The name of anti-social behaviour never sounds quite right for the misery is causes to thousands of people across our region. Think of the term ‘anti-social’ and it is someone not getting their round in or who uses two parking spaces for their car in...

 
Rotherham Council to spend £1.65m adapting homes of foster carers and adopters

Rotherham Council to spend £1.65m adapting homes of foster carers and adopters

Rotherham Council has set aside £1.65 million to adapt the homes of foster carers and adopters in the town. The funding is aimed at allowing children to stay with families whose homes may not be suitable. A similar scheme has seen £1.12 million spent...

 

NSW man arrested after driving bulldozer through central coast home

A man has been arrested for attempted murder after allegedly driving a bulldozer through a home on the NSW central coast where a family was sleeping. Police were called to Weir Road in Teralba early on Monday after reports a man had driven over three...

 
Torment of best friend of mum-of-two who died in horror crash on dream holiday in Jamaica

Torment of best friend of mum-of-two who died in horror crash on dream holiday in Jamaica

The devastated best friend of a Birmingham mum has described the harrowing moment she discovered her pal had died just hours after the car they were travelling in crashed in Jamaica. Alisha Benjamin said she screamed with pain when a nurse broke the...

 
TRANSFER NEWS: Arsenal eye FOUR strikers, Man Utd deal JOY, Liverpool RAID, Chelsea EXIT

TRANSFER NEWS: Arsenal eye FOUR strikers, Man Utd deal JOY, Liverpool RAID, Chelsea EXIT

The Gossip Arsenal are eyeing four strikers, according to the Metro. Arsene Wenger reportedly has his eyes on a new forward but is casting his net far and wide. The Gunners boss is said to be willing to spend big to land either Karim Benzema, Jackson...

Daily Star, 06:55 in Sport
 
Liverpool target holds TRANSFER TALKS after deciding to LEAVE Chelsea

Liverpool target holds TRANSFER TALKS after deciding to LEAVE Chelsea

The Blues defender, 21, has just one year left on his contract and is said to be looking for a summer transfer after failing to win a regular role under Jose Mourinho. According to The Sun on Sunday, negotiations have begun between his camp and...

Daily Star, 06:55 in Sport
 


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